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  1. Another MP dragged into EcoCash fraud case
  2. Mliswa takes dig at Chinamasa
  3. All set for 34th Defence Forces Day celebrations
  4. ‘Tell Chimurenga story as it was’
  5. I do, says Sharon Macheso
  6. Thousands at Heroes Day celebrations
  7. Kidnappings surge ahead of poll
  8. 21-Year-Old Zimbabwean Questions Obama On Illegal Sanctions
  9. How Made-In-Nigeria Race Car Defeated World Powers
  10. Talking HomeAway In The Caribbean
  11. Donations From The West Mask ‘$60bn Looting’ Of Africa
  12. The Story Of The “Real Count Of Monte Cristo” Will Finally Make It To Both The Big An
  13. Stolen Innocence: Kids Not Safe In Children’s Homes Or Churches
  14. Canadian Teacher Fired For Not Being ‘Black Enough’ Awarded Compensation
  15. Kenya: Kenyan Government Drops Plan to Allow Warrantless Spying On Citizens
  16. Africa: The Language of Science Education - Between Two Trends
  17. Egypt: Eleven 'Extremists' Killed in Crackdown On Sinai - Sources
  18. Libya: Civilian Conditions in Libya 'Steadily Deteriorating,' Warns UN
  19. Liberia: Ebola - Anatomy of a Politicized Response
  20. Nigeria: 2015 - Momentum Swings Back Towards the Ruling Party
  21. Nigeria: Osun Governorship Election - Aregbesola Wins
  22. Guinea: Guinea Shuts Borders in Bid to Halt Ebola Spread
  23. Liberia: To Contain Ebola - No Access to Bomi
  24. Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Game-Changing Abortion Law
  25. Uganda: Uganda Holds First Gay Parade After Court Overturned Law
  26. Somalia: Al Shabaab Commander Shot Dead in Mogadishu
  27. Kenya: Mandera Police Station Attacked By 100 Suspected Al Shabaab Militia
  28. South Sudan: Living Conditions an Affront to Human Dignity in Bentiu Camp
  29. Mozambique: 43 Percent of Children Chronically Malnourished
  30. Mozambique: Former Workers Occupy Tantalite Mine
  31. Swaziland: PM Says 'Strangle' Workers' Leaders
  32. Mozambique: Opposition Remains Opposed to Constitutional Amendment
  33. Southern Africa: Packed Agenda for SADC Summit
  34. Southern Africa: Mugabe Pleads for Smiles Ahead of SADC Summit
  35. Zimbabwe: Chingwizi - Ex-PM Holds On to Aid, 4 Months Later
  36. Zimbabwe: Police 'Ban' Screening of 'Sensitive' Kumasowe Film
  37. ‘Vote buyers prostitutes, rubbish’
  38. Border hours extended for summit
  39. President to lead Heroes Day commemorations
  40. Zanu-PF Youth League elects new leaders
  41. Thousands queue for Makandiwa’s anointing oil
  42. Urgent indaba called ahead of Women’s vote
  43. Bigwigs buy into youth polls
  44. Mpilo Hospital seeks US$16m
  45. Kereke gets reprieve
  46. EcoCash robbers jailed
  47. Missionary Rapist Mathew Durham Pleads Not Guilty To Charges
  48. How To Make The Most Of Africa’s Business Boom
  49. Tuskegee University Students To Work On New Spacecraft Development
  50. New York Policing And The Problem Of Institutional Racism
  51. South Africa: African Immigrants Experience A Spate Of Raids And Deportations
  52. Libya: Conditions for Asylum Seekers Worsen
  53. Libya: Insecurity Forces Aid Workers to Leave
  54. Egypt: Steel Tycoon Ahmed Ezz Released
  55. Egypt: Newly Appointed British Ambassador Arrives in Egypt
  56. Tunisia: Marzouki Congratulates New Speaker of Libyan Parliament
  57. Mali: I Want to Prevent a Caliphate - President Keita
  58. Nigeria: Hot Water and Salt Not a Cure for Ebola
  59. Nigeria: U.S. Recovers Millions of Abacha's Stolen Dollars
  60. Liberia: Health System Collapsing As Ebola Spreads
  61. Liberia: U.S. Orders Departure of Eligible Family Members
  62. South Sudan: Rebels Blame Regional Bloc for Stalling Talks
  63. Somalia: Somaliland Triggers Security Worries
  64. Somalia: 'World Must Act Now' to Avert Repeat of Devastating Famine - UN Expert
  65. Uganda: Witchcraft, Trauma Hinder Former LRA Soldiers From Integrating Back Home
  66. Tanzania: Women Lobby Male Partners to Be Circumcised
  67. South Africa: Pistorius Now Awaits His Fate
  68. Zimbabwe: Women Breathe New Life Into Private Transport Sector
  69. South Africa: Pistorius 'Guilty of Murder' - State
  70. South Africa: Prosecutor 'Desperate' - Pistorius Lawyer
  71. South Africa: Do a Third of SA Women Have a Baby By 19?
  72. South Africa: African Immigrants Experience a Spate of Raids and Deportations
  73. South Africa: Walking Against Women and Child Abuse
  74. South Africa: SA, Chile Talk Trade, Mining
  75. Takura Chingonzo: The Youth who dared ask the gods
  76. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Don’t be a victim this holiday
  77. CMED duo suspended over US$3m fuel scam
  78. ZDF is apolitical: Minister
  79. Relief for artistes as Zima deadline extended
  80. How Selous Scouts planned, executed Nyadzonia massacre
  81. Factional fights rile President
  82. Liberation movements rally behind Zim
  83. Kombis start using holding bay
  84. A lie wears a cap . . .
  85. Africa’s Richest Man Aliko Dangote Partners Blackstone, Carlyle In $5 billion Energy
  86. U.S. Planes Spot Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls?
  87. Racist Barbarians Attack Black Man On Glasgow Street
  88. U.S. Planes Resume Bombing Runs In Iraq
  89. Ethiopia’s Improvement Should Allay Its Critics
  90. Yube Sensation Marques Brownlee Known As “Best Technology Reviewer On The Planet”
  91. A Freedom Still In Progress
  92. South Sudan: Nation On Brink of a 'Humanitarian Catastrophe,' Warns Senior UN Peaceke
  93. Algeria: Air Algerie Tape 'Unintelligible'
  94. Egypt: Three Jailed for Tahrir Sexual Harassment
  95. Algeria: Air Algerie Crash Investigators Turn to DNA
  96. Algeria: Investigators Confirm Second Black Box in Air Algerie Crash Is Not Usable
  97. Tunisia: Supplementary Finance Bill 2014 - Articles 46 to 51 Adopted, Article 48 Reje
  98. Nigeria: U.S. Planes Spot Chibok Girls
  99. Ghana: Currency Slump Spurs Increase in Cocoa Smuggling
  100. Africa: Go-Getting Cities Offer an Entrepreneurial Launchpad
  101. Cameroon: Cholera Surges in Cameroon
  102. South Sudan: Rights Groups Call for Arms Embargo, Sanctions
  103. South Sudan: Peace Talks Falter
  104. Kenya: The Deadly Occupation Attracting Youth
  105. South Sudan: The Unraveling of South Sudan
  106. South Africa: Pistorius Tailored Evidence, Prosecutor Says
  107. Zimbabwe: Farm Invaders Target Opposition Leader
  108. South Africa: Swimming the Seven Seas to Save the World's Oceans
  109. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial Resumes
  110. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Mulls Recall of Peacekeepers From Ebola-Hit Liberia
  111. Southern Africa: President Zuma to Attend SADC Summit
  112. South Africa: Education Set for Radical Transformation
  113. CMED implicates MD in fuel scam
  114. South African police stray into Zim
  115. Pakistani man stabs benefactor
  116. Gaza war far from over
  117. ZRP refutes vapostori claims
  118. Sierra Leone army blockades Ebola areas . . . Liberia declares emergency
  119. UNSC calls emergency meeting
  120. Khaya Moyo slams Israel over Gaza
  121. Airzim plane in mid-flight scare
  122. Vic Falls hotels fully booked for summit
  123. Monster Theodore Wafer Found Guilty Of Murdering Renisha McBride
  124. Settlers Having A Little Fun In South Africa
  125. Zimbabweans Walk The Walk, Talk The Talk Of The Truly Free
  126. America Has An Ebola Vaccine But Is Denying It To Africans
  127. Sudan On High Alert Over Possible Israeli Attack
  128. Uganda To Reintroduce Anti-Homosexuality Law
  129. Jean Bertrand Aristide Prevented From Leaving Haiti
  130. Egypt: Govt Announces Plans to Build New Canal Alongside Suez
  131. Libya: Libyan Lawmakers Pick Leader
  132. Tunisia: Tunisia Faces Refugee Crisis
  133. Libya: UN Agency 'Deeply Concerned' About Safety of Refugees in Embattled Libya
  134. Morocco: Morocco Arrests French Terror Recruiter
  135. Liberia: Ebola Patients Stigmatized, Abandoned
  136. Nigeria: Nigerian Nurse Dies of Ebola
  137. Africa: Saudi Arabia Tests Man Suspected of Having Ebola
  138. Cote d'Ivoire: Reparative Justice Must Respond to Victims' Needs
  139. Cameroon: Floods Disrupt Development On Bakassi Peninsula
  140. Kenya: Unresolved Land Issues Simmer Along Coast
  141. Rwanda: Build Partnerships, Not Dependency - Kagame
  142. Kenya: Muhoro Summons Directors of Companies Named in Lamu Land Scandal
  143. Kenya: Member of Constitution Review Team Dies at 67
  144. Burundi: The Wrong Man Behind Bars
  145. South Africa: Jinko Solar Opens R80 Million Factory in Cape Town
  146. South Africa: University Investigates 'Possibly Racist' Photo
  147. South Africa: The Revival of Joburg's Inner City
  148. South Africa: The Ruling Party's Urban Unease
  149. South Africa: 5.3 Earthquake Shakes Johannesburg
  150. South Africa: Scent of a Woman - Could South Africa Have a Female President Next?
  151. Zimbabwe: Zim ODI Series - Opportunity Knocks for Young SA Talent
  152. South Africa: Judge Zak Yacoob's Big Adventure - Unravelling the Tight Knot of Corrup
  153. Zim, Sadc on red alert for Ebola
  154. Perm secs tour Sadc Summit venue
  155. SPB fuelling graft: Chinamasa
  156. This madness must be stopped!
  157. Nkomo: Distinguished revolutionary
  158. Factionalism a reality that cannot be ignored
  159. Finally, good question to Obama, but . . .
  160. Editorial Comment: Sleeping giants awaken, thanks to DIMAF
  161. President satisfied with Sadc Summit preps
  162. Cornered Obama admits sanctions • . . . hints on refining embargo •Sanctions cost Zim
  163. Establish Your Own Ice Manufacturing Business
  164. When Will The UN Pay For Its Crimes In Haiti? When Will Anyone?
  165. Boeing Partners With SA Airways To Make Jet Fuel From Tobacco
  166. Can Reparations Make Us Free?
  167. College President Gives $90,000 Of His Salary To Lowest-Paid Employees On Campus
  168. Ebola Has Infected Public Discourse With A New Xenophobia
  169. Jamaica: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
  170. Tunisia: Kerry, Tunisian Fm Hamdi Before Meeting in Washington
  171. Libya: New Parliament Meets - Far From Tripoli
  172. Western Sahara: Western Sahara - Ross Plans to Visit the Region Before Next October
  173. Libya: Statement By U.S., European Partners On Libya
  174. Libya: Remarks With Prime Minister of Libya Abdullah Al-Thinni Before Their Meeting
  175. Africa: Terrorism and Security Require a Global Response - Mauritanian President
  176. Senegal: Police Fire Teargas On Supporters of Ex-President's Son
  177. Sierra Leone: President Koroma Inspects Ebola Treatment Facilities
  178. Nigeria: Nigeria Wakes Up to Its Aids Threat
  179. West Africa: Doctors, Nurses and Health Staff Urgently Needed to Combat Ebola - UN He
  180. South Sudan: Clashes Push South Sudan War Toward Northern Rebels
  181. Sudan: Gunmen Toll Highway Linking Largest Darfur Cities
  182. Africa: African Leaders, U.S. Officials Counter Wildlife Trafficking
  183. Kenya: How to Handle Police Recruitment Mess
  184. South Sudan: After Killing of Aid Worker in Bunj, UN Calls for Militias to Be Reined
  185. Swaziland: Law Society Takes On Top Judges
  186. South Africa: Buildings Evacuated as Earthquake Hits
  187. Mozambique: President Guebuza Urges U.S. Companies to Invest
  188. Africa: Entrepreneurs Turning to Crowdfunding
  189. Zimbabwe: SW Radio Africa Is Closing Down
  190. Africa: Africa Offers U.S. Firms a Compelling Trade and Investment Opportunity
  191. South Africa: Former Intelligence Head Queries Zuma Spy Tapes Interpretation
  192. Chinese firm donates computers to Parly
  193. ‘Army committed to Zim-Asset success’
  194. ZBC salary cuts illegal —lawyers
  195. SA earthquake: Zim safe
  196. Govt commences Ebola specialists training
  197. Holding bay project faces hiccups
  198. EDITORIAL COMMENT: At least for the people of Gaza
  199. Chombo turns down councillors’ allowances hike
  200. 13 perish in horror bus crash
  201. Tsvangirai returns empty-handed
  202. The U.S. & Africa – How The Game Has Changed
  203. Renisha McBride’s Killer Wants The Jury To Think That She Was The Real Criminal
  204. Caribbean Economies Expected To Recover In 2014 – ECLAC
  205. Egypt Plans To Dig New Suez Canal
  206. Black Unemployment Rate Increases
  207. Investing In Africa An Attractive Prospect
  208. If You Find This Filthy Book In Your Home, Burn It
  209. Libya: New Parliament Opens Amid Growing Violence
  210. Libya: Ceasefire Call As Parliament Opens
  211. Tunisia: Army Clashes With Militia
  212. Libya: Fresh Tripoli Airport Battles Claim 22
  213. Egypt: Truce Initiative Is Real Chance to End Gaza Bloodshed - Sisi
  214. Liberia: Govt Starts Cremating Bodies of Ebola Victims
  215. Nigeria: Lagos Doctor Contracts Ebola
  216. West Africa: Dengue Vaccine Coming Soon
  217. Nigeria: Sultan Calls for Probe of Alleged Army Killings
  218. Nigeria: Panel Begins Trial of Governor Tanko Almakura
  219. Uganda: Gays Seek Refuge in Kenya
  220. Uganda: Uganda Court Annuls Anti-Gay Law
  221. South Sudan: Riverboats Offer Lifeline to Cholera Victims in South Sudan
  222. South Sudan: South Sudan to Seek Washington's Help At U.S.-Africa Summit
  223. Africa: Broadening Mozambique's Governance Horizons
  224. Zambia: Sata's Family Debates Succession
  225. Swaziland: Poor Sanitation, Poverty Behind Diarrhoea Outbreak
  226. South Africa: Joburg's China Malls Phenomenon
  227. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Food Entrepreneurs Cash in On a Failing Economy
  228. South Africa: Challenges Ahead If SA Wants to Be Africa's Military Superpower
  229. South Africa: Mobile APP Helps Brands 'See' Inside Their Markets
  230. US-Africa Leaders summit: Obama’s speed dating
  231. US, West’s inertia on Gaza smacks of hypocrisy
  232. Is love really worth dying for?
  233. US$50m shot in arm for SMEs
  234. Chinese delegation commends Zim tobacco
  235. Govt wins diamond proceeds’ war with firms
  236. Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims return to original homes
  237. IMPI mandate extended
  238. Inquiries for radio licence applicants
  239. Judge cautions Minister Mpofu •refuses to answer questions •Take proceedings seriousl
  240. No African ‘Excuses’ But Trauma Of Slavery And Colonisation, Mr. Obama
  241. A New American Strategy For Business In Africa
  242. Black American From Gang Besieged Baltimore: ‘Where Can I Get Asylum?’
  243. U.S. Imperialism Pursues Its Economic Agenda In Africa Through Washington Summit
  244. White Supremacist NYPD Cops Assault Naked Grand Mother And Pepper Spray Baby
  245. Africa’s Richest Man To Invests $1 Billion In Rice Production In Nigeria
  246. Revenge? Man Who Filmed NYPD Strangling Eric Garner Arrested For Gun Possession
  247. West Africa: Ebola - Softly, Softly On Bush Meat
  248. Tanzania: State Denies Sending Retired Soldiers to DRC
  249. Malawi: Woman Commits Suicide Over Order to Share Maize Harvest With Lazy Brother
  250. Malawi: U.S. - Africa Leaders Summit Crucial Says Chaponda