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  1. South Sudan: Army Repulses 'Heavy' Rebel Attack
  2. Kenya: An Anti-Gay Bill of Our Very Own? Really?
  3. Kenya: Ebola Fears Peak in Somalia and Kenya As Officials Offer Reassurance
  4. Ethiopia: Acquitted Corruption Suspect Secures Key Position in City Administration
  5. Southern Africa: Civic Groups Lobby Summit to End Poverty
  6. Africa: Graca Machel - There Is Nothing Exceptional About Me...
  7. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Cuts a Lame-Duck Figure
  8. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Women Choose Grace, Robert Mugabe
  9. South Africa: Two Years and Still No Justice for Marikana Miners
  10. Zimbabwe: Where Do You Stand On Grace, VP Challenged
  11. Zimbabwe: Will Grace Mugabe Swim Stormy Zanu-PF Waters?
  12. Zimbabwe: Latest - Music Promoter Loses House to Bank
  13. We Will Teach The ANC How To Take Care Of The Poor – Malema
  14. A Brief Guide To Cell Phone Use For Protesters
  15. Boko Haram: New Mass Abductions In Nigeria
  16. UN Troops Attack Haitian Protesters Supporting Aristide
  17. Netherlands: Racist Christmas Character Black Pete To Be Given Makeover
  18. Attempt By Ferguson Police To Assassinate Michael Brown’s Character Backfires
  19. Europeans Must Leave South Africa!
  20. Libya: Ban Appoints Spanish National As Head of UN Support Mission in Libya
  21. Algeria: Eid Al-Fitr Warmth Brought to Hospitalized Children
  22. Algeria: Two Terrorists Eliminated By Army in Tlemcen
  23. Algeria: 7th Diwan Festival - Aziz Sahmaoui Gives Show in Algiers
  24. Tunisia: Marzouki Receives Hamas Movement Leaders
  25. Nigeria: 'Nobody Talking' About Chibok Girls
  26. Cameroon: Adaptation Gaps - Farmers Fork Out More for Reduced Harvests
  27. West Africa: 5 Things to Do Right Now about Ebola
  28. Nigeria: Boko Haram 'Carries Out Mass Abduction'
  29. West Africa: Magnitude of Ebola Death Toll 'Vastly Underestimated'
  30. South Sudan: Nation Heads Towards Famine Amid 'Descent Into Lawlessness'
  31. South Sudan: Heavy Fighting Breaks Out in South Sudan As Sanctions Loom
  32. Uganda: Don't Tamper With Children, Says MP Backing New Anti-Gay Law
  33. Sudan: Fresh Fighting Erupts in South Sudan
  34. Somalia: Shabelle Radio in Mogadishu Forced Off-Air and Raided By Government Soldiers
  35. Southern Africa: Peace, Security on Agenda for Leaders' Meeting
  36. Malawi: Stiffer Penalties Fail to Deter Domestic Violence in Malawi
  37. Mozambique: Dhlakama Still Refusing to Meet Guebuza
  38. Mozambique: Guebuza Promulgates Amnesty Law
  39. Zambia: Critique of U.S.-Zambia Relations Highlight's Country's Unsettling Slide
  40. South Africa: Dewani Fit to Stand Trial
  41. South Africa: No Facts to Support Zuma's Appeal - Judges
  42. Southern Africa: SADC - in Search of an Empowered Region
  43. Crucify him! Crucify him!
  44. ‘Mutasa must be reined in’
  45. A woman married to the struggle
  46. Editorial Comment – Economy: Hope springs eternal
  47. Nature would have them children before they are men
  48. Zimbabwe: Can an African ever be a racist?
  49. SADC won’t hesitate to use force: Official
  50. Women elect new office-bearers
  51. Alpha Omega to double milk output
  52. SK to open Chinhoyi show
  53. Africa’s M-Pesa Mobile Payment System Debuts In Romania
  54. Boko Haram Abduct Dozens Of Boys In Nigeria
  55. Dear Africa: Watch Out! You Can’t Trust America!
  56. South Africa: White Teachers Suspended For Abusing African Children
  57. Ferguson: White Supremacy’s Latest Round
  58. Militarization Of Ferguson: Instruments Of War Deployed Against Civilians
  59. African Leaders, White Master
  60. Africa: North Africa Gives New Insights Into Early Humans
  61. Libya: Parliament Asks UN for 'Urgent Intervention'
  62. Egypt: Police Sergeant Shot Dead in Cairo's Helwan, Civilian Wounded
  63. Nigeria: Ebola - Govt Turns Back Corpse Flown in From Egypt
  64. Nigeria: Morocco 2014 - Okagbare Wins Nigeria's First Gold Medal
  65. Sierra Leone: Another Lead Doctor Dies From Ebola
  66. Nigeria: Another Nurse Dies in Lagos As Doctor Tests Positive
  67. Ghana: Inflation Rises Further
  68. Mali: French Forces Capture Al-Qaida Suspects
  69. Liberia: Experimental Ebola Drug Arrives for Two Doctors
  70. Sudan: Scores Killed in Heavy Flooding
  71. Eritrea: Opposition Vows to Oust Regime
  72. Kenya: Kenya Boosts Wind Power in Its Renewable Energy Mix
  73. Somalia: Al Shabaab Executes Two Men for Spying Outside Kismayo
  74. Swaziland: Unions Demand Answers Over Agoa Loss
  75. South Africa: Zuma Responds to Nkandla Upgrades
  76. South Africa: Marikana Protesters Were Peaceful - Cop
  77. South Africa: The Marikana Footage You Need to See
  78. South Africa: No Plans to Nationalise Pension Funds
  79. Zimbabwe: Politics, Culture and Identity in Zimbabwe
  80. Mozambique: Health Ministry Takes Precautions Against Ebola
  81. Angola: Ugandan Head of State Jets In
  82. ‘Shun factionalism, refuse to be used’
  83. Editorial Comment: Figures do not lie, it’s not all gloomy
  84. Mumbengegwi upbeat
  85. Dancehall ‘queens’ on warpath. . . Lady Squanda dares Lipsy
  86. Women’s conference starts on high note
  87. Beefy quits How Mine
  88. Public raises concern over digitalisation deadline
  89. Security features at Nkandla went overboard, says Zuma
  90. Jah Prayzah finalises DVD
  91. Ministers to report at State House
  92. Why You Should Pay Attention To Africa Right Now
  93. Michael Brown Shooting: We Must Defend Ourselves
  94. Michael Brown Shooting: Ferguson Police Circling The Wagons?
  95. Detroit Provides Lessons For The Future Of Democracy In America
  96. Africa’s Population Could Hit 4 Billion By 2100
  97. Sudan: Govt Bombings Force Children Out Of Classroom And Into Camps
  98. Ezell Ford, Another Unarmed Black Man Is Slaughtered By Police
  99. Egypt: Mubarak Denies Ordering Killings
  100. Libya: Goodbye Libya, and Welcome to the Islamic Emirate of Benghazi?
  101. Egypt: Call for International Inquiry into Mass Killings
  102. Libya: Benghazi Fighters Ignore Ceasefire Plea
  103. Egypt: Mubarak to Testify on His Own Behalf in Court
  104. Gambia: Govt Postpones UN Torture Rapporteur Visit, Puts Aid at Risk
  105. Ghana: Govt Slams Foreign Media Over 'Worst Performing Economy'
  106. West Africa: Ebola - Ecowas Official Dies After Meeting With Patrick Sawyer
  107. West Africa: Germany, Guinea-Bissau React to Ebola Outbreak
  108. Nigeria: Govt Confirms Arrest of Female Bombers' Trainer
  109. Africa: Kenya at 'High Risk' of Ebola Transmission - WHO
  110. Ethiopia: Why Govt Declaration On Inflation Holds No Water
  111. Somalia: Puntland Cuts Ties With Somalia
  112. Kenya: Police Deployed to Stop Forced Circumcisions
  113. Sudan: Can Artist Campaigns Help Reunite the Centre and the Periphery?
  114. South Africa: Amnesty Extension Plan for Zimbabweans Unveiled
  115. South Africa: Mining Faces Crisis, Says Industry Chief
  116. Mozambique: Assembly Passes Amnesty Bill in Late Night Sitting
  117. South Africa: Miners March on Summit
  118. Zimbabwe: 'Casualisation of Labour' Leads to a New Form of Exploitation
  119. Mozambique: Court Jails Four Kidnappers
  120. South Africa: South African Film Industry Eyes Closer Ties With Hollywood
  121. South Africa: Closer Government and Industry Engagement the Key to Beneficiation
  122. Women’s indaba back on the rails • VP Mujuru, corporates chip in • Delegates arrive,
  123. Magaya adultery saga spills into court
  124. ‘this is unacceptable’
  125. ‘DeMbare won’t be held hostage’
  126. ChemiCotex to set up toothpaste plant
  127. Month of photography ready to shine
  128. Oil near 13-month trough on brisk supply
  129. Zvirekwi, CAPS Utd fined
  130. NSSA invests $156m into productive sectors
  131. Gaza: Fidel Castro speaks
  132. BAE Systems To Sell Land Systems South Africa To Denel
  133. Michael Brown Murder: Ferguson Police ‘Shoot Second Man’
  134. Australia’s White Supremacist Constitution
  135. How Much Money YouTube Stars Actually Make
  136. Why America Is Back In African Business
  137. Population Boom: 40% Of All Humans Will Be African By The End Of The Century
  138. What Is The Value Of A Black Life In America?
  139. Egypt: Rural Poor Watching President Policies
  140. Tunisia: Marzouki Congratulates Erdogan On Election As President
  141. Tunisia: Tunisia - Mahmoud Al-Ghazlani, Secretary General of Future Movement Party, A
  142. Morocco: King Orders Cancellation of Anniversary Festivities After Death of Princess
  143. Egypt: Sisi Heads to Russia On Tuesday
  144. Liberia: Ebola - President Sirleaf Bans Officials From Traveling
  145. Liberia: China Provides Ebola Materials Worth U.S$1.7 Million
  146. Nigeria: Ebola Scare Grips AFCON 2015 Qualifiers
  147. Sierra Leone: Koroma Disappointed With International Community Over Ebola
  148. Nigeria: The Community Turns Against Boko Haram
  149. Kenya: New Bill Wants Gays Stoned in Public
  150. Sudan: Opposition Leader Arrested on Her Return from Paris Summit
  151. South Sudan: Key Peace Deal Deadline Passes
  152. Tanzania: Gas Contract Appears Reasonable but Questions Remain - Resource Group Says
  153. Sudan: 'UN Investigation Team to Arrive in Darfur Within Weeks' - Unamid Head
  154. South Africa: Deputy President Called 'Killer' at Marikana Inquiry
  155. Zimbabwe: Uncertainty a Year On From Ruling Party's Election Victory
  156. South Africa: MP Jordan Resigns After Fake PhD Reports
  157. South Africa: Mega-Regional Trade Agreements and Trade Strategy - Implications for th
  158. South Africa: Op-Ed - Land Reform - Cloud Cuckoo Land or Calculus of Power?
  159. South Africa: Report - South African National Aids Council Annual Performance Plan 20
  160. South Africa: Cricket - On With the Twin Trends of Caution and Attrition
  161. South Africa: The Buffalo Prince and the Marikana Commission
  162. President honours war pioneers
  163. New deal for SA-based Zim nationals
  164. ‘it’s good to be back’
  165. Zim win ZDF Challenge trophy
  166. ZDF: The making of a people’s force
  167. Image banks and the Zimbabwean market
  168. Will Putin realise that Russia holds the cards?
  169. Predators circle Man City
  170. Kwekwe MP strikes again . . . Matambanadzo, bodyguard batter party’s security chief
  171. ‘Something is happening at Zisco’…But it’s at shareholder level, says Bimha
  172. African Americans Putting Black America In Business
  173. Ebola Outbreak: What Uganda Can Teach West Africa
  174. Africa: Why Are We So Poor? Yet We Are So Rich?
  175. Obama’s Africa Summit: Too Little, Too Late?
  176. Zimbabwe Defence Forces: Three Decades Of Excellence
  177. Africa In 2050: Young And Optimistic?
  178. Surprise Surprise: Democrats Pay Black Staffers 30% Less
  179. Egypt: Authorities Block Cairo Release of Report On Mass Killings
  180. Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Party Dissolved
  181. Africa: News Providers Targeted in New Wave of Violence Sweeping Libya
  182. Sudan: Sudanese in Libya Plead to Be Evacuated
  183. Libya: Tunisia Refuses Any Foreign Interference in Libya - FM
  184. Liberia: Obama Approves Experimental Ebola Drug for Liberian Doctors - Govt
  185. West Africa: Obama Backs French Fight Against Militants
  186. Nigeria: 10 Ebola Cases Confirmed As Outbreak Spreads
  187. Burkina Faso: Is Country Heading for a Showdown?
  188. Africa: Ebola 'Cures' Are Simply Hoaxes
  189. South Sudan: Kiir Offers V-P Job to Opposition
  190. Rwanda: Suspected Ebola Case Improving - Health Ministry
  191. Sudan: Opposition Parties Agree on How To Topple Regime
  192. Kenya: Widows in Kenya Tackle HIV in Their Community
  193. Somalia: Kenyan Forces Prepare for Another Major Offensive in Somalia
  194. South Africa: Deputy President Tells of 'Perfect Storm'
  195. South Africa: Opposition Casts Doubt on Electoral Commission
  196. South Africa: Women's Freedom - How Far Have We Come?
  197. South Africa: Massive Cape Town March in Solidarity With Gaza
  198. South Africa: 'I was Trying to Help at Marikana' - Deputy President
  199. South Africa: Sanral Clarifies Cape Town Toll Roads Reports
  200. South Africa: No Way Oscar CAN be Compared to Abused Woman
  201. South Africa: Nkandla Report Ready Next Week, Special Investigating Unit Says
  202. BREAKING NEWS: Actor Robin Williams found dead in his home
  203. 2014 Defence Forces Day Blog
  204. EDITORIAL COMMENT – ZDF: Three decades of excellence
  205. Another MP dragged into EcoCash fraud case
  206. Mliswa takes dig at Chinamasa
  207. All set for 34th Defence Forces Day celebrations
  208. ‘Tell Chimurenga story as it was’
  209. I do, says Sharon Macheso
  210. Thousands at Heroes Day celebrations
  211. Kidnappings surge ahead of poll
  212. 21-Year-Old Zimbabwean Questions Obama On Illegal Sanctions
  213. How Made-In-Nigeria Race Car Defeated World Powers
  214. Talking HomeAway In The Caribbean
  215. Donations From The West Mask ‘$60bn Looting’ Of Africa
  216. The Story Of The “Real Count Of Monte Cristo” Will Finally Make It To Both The Big An
  217. Stolen Innocence: Kids Not Safe In Children’s Homes Or Churches
  218. Canadian Teacher Fired For Not Being ‘Black Enough’ Awarded Compensation
  219. Kenya: Kenyan Government Drops Plan to Allow Warrantless Spying On Citizens
  220. Africa: The Language of Science Education - Between Two Trends
  221. Egypt: Eleven 'Extremists' Killed in Crackdown On Sinai - Sources
  222. Libya: Civilian Conditions in Libya 'Steadily Deteriorating,' Warns UN
  223. Liberia: Ebola - Anatomy of a Politicized Response
  224. Nigeria: 2015 - Momentum Swings Back Towards the Ruling Party
  225. Nigeria: Osun Governorship Election - Aregbesola Wins
  226. Guinea: Guinea Shuts Borders in Bid to Halt Ebola Spread
  227. Liberia: To Contain Ebola - No Access to Bomi
  228. Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Game-Changing Abortion Law
  229. Uganda: Uganda Holds First Gay Parade After Court Overturned Law
  230. Somalia: Al Shabaab Commander Shot Dead in Mogadishu
  231. Kenya: Mandera Police Station Attacked By 100 Suspected Al Shabaab Militia
  232. South Sudan: Living Conditions an Affront to Human Dignity in Bentiu Camp
  233. Mozambique: 43 Percent of Children Chronically Malnourished
  234. Mozambique: Former Workers Occupy Tantalite Mine
  235. Swaziland: PM Says 'Strangle' Workers' Leaders
  236. Mozambique: Opposition Remains Opposed to Constitutional Amendment
  237. Southern Africa: Packed Agenda for SADC Summit
  238. Southern Africa: Mugabe Pleads for Smiles Ahead of SADC Summit
  239. Zimbabwe: Chingwizi - Ex-PM Holds On to Aid, 4 Months Later
  240. Zimbabwe: Police 'Ban' Screening of 'Sensitive' Kumasowe Film
  241. ‘Vote buyers prostitutes, rubbish’
  242. Border hours extended for summit
  243. President to lead Heroes Day commemorations
  244. Zanu-PF Youth League elects new leaders
  245. Thousands queue for Makandiwa’s anointing oil
  246. Urgent indaba called ahead of Women’s vote
  247. Bigwigs buy into youth polls
  248. Mpilo Hospital seeks US$16m
  249. Kereke gets reprieve
  250. EcoCash robbers jailed