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  1. Shamu, Nguni dumped
  2. MPs endorse President, First Lady
  3. ZESA to invest $32m in fibre network
  4. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Minister Chinamasa to walk tightrope
  5. Mare fights gender violence
  6. Budget must stimulate economy: Analysts
  7. Deka project gets $30m
  8. A Bond Made In Heaven
  9. Intwasa Extra hosts fashion show
  10. Black Consciousness As A Social Construct And The Illusion Of Human consciousness
  11. Cleveland To Release Video Of 12-Year-Old Boy Shot By Officer
  12. Israel – America’s Biggest Frenemy
  13. How Uhuru Kenyatta Scored Big Against The ICC
  14. There Will Be No Selling Of Masai Land To Arabs Vows Tanzania’s President
  15. Zambia: Fearing Army Take Over, Guy Scott Bows To Pressure
  16. Justice For Michael Brown Will Be Fought For & Won On The Streets, Not In The Courts
  17. Morocco: HM the King Visit to China Postponed for Health Reasons - Release
  18. Egypt: Cairo Building Collapse Death Toll Rises to 15 - Mena
  19. Tunisia: Tunisia - "There's No Revolution ... It's Just a Show"
  20. Western Sahara: Moroccan Authorities Expel Two American Sympathizers With Struggle of
  21. Tunisia: Jomaa Offers Condolences On Morocco Floods
  22. Liberia: Liberia Keeps Its Foot on the Pedal to End Ebola
  23. Africa: Aids Is No. 1 Killer of African Teenagers
  24. Nigeria: Powerful Explosion Hits Maiduguri
  25. Sierra Leone: Ebola - Political Leadership for a Crisis?
  26. Burkina Faso: Ban Urges Dialogue As Interim Government Holds First Cabinet Meeting
  27. South Sudan: Would Arms Embargo Help End Civil War?
  28. Central Africa: Slow Progress in the Fight Against the LRA
  29. Kenya: Panic As Possible Hague Witness Disappears
  30. Kenya: President Under Fire Over Abu Dhabi Selfie
  31. Namibia: Opposition Parties Fight to Stop National Elections
  32. South Africa: The Increasing Burden of Crime On Business
  33. Zimbabwe: Can the Vice President Survive the Heat?
  34. South Africa: Twin Peaks Legislation Expected to Reach Parly in May
  35. South Africa: Shadow Dancing With Debt - the Credit Ratings Agencies Must Be Reformed
  36. Angola: Food Distribution Faces Serious Inadequacies of Commercial Control
  37. Malawi: Prophet Bushiri Astonishes Malawi Again, Does What He Knows Best
  38. Africa urged to align mining laws
  39. City’s head count exercise begins
  40. Mudarikwa dismisses ouster
  41. Home district shuts door on Mujuru
  42. Mujuru sucked in fatal scandal
  43. Reject losers, President urged
  44. Mavhaire, Mutezo should be arrested: Analysts
  45. Goche linked to MDC-T regime change agenda
  46. ‘they can go to hell’ -caps skipper blasts fans who abused players
  47. Dube congragulates DeMbare
  48. Five Cities That Have The Ingredients To Become The Next Silicon Valley
  49. U.S. Crude Oil Import From Nigeria Declines By 93 Percent
  50. Michael Brown, Racism And America’s Open Casket
  51. Ferguson Ruling: White Supremacy Is Alive And Well
  52. Zambia: Army Gives Guy Scott Ultimatum To Cede Power
  53. Ferguson: Businesses Ablaze, Bullets Fly In Overnight Rebellion Over Grand Jury
  54. Fear In Ferguson – The Gantt Report
  55. Nigeria: Nyanya Bombing - Court Frees Suspect
  56. Kenya: Protests Over Insecurity in Kenya
  57. Masvingo wants Mavhaire, Bhasikiti out
  58. Mash East boots out Simbaneuta Mudarikwa
  59. ZBC suspends Mandizvidza, Chiweshe
  60. Chiyangwa to lose property
  61. Jailed Vapositori contest conviction, sentence
  62. Flexmail loses to currency case
  63. Mandaza bus crash claims two
  64. Goche talked of bloodshed: Hwarare
  65. Goche accepts card-carrying member status
  66. Temba Mliswa’s application rejected
  67. Tunisia: Run-Off Likely in Presidential Polls
  68. Egypt: Seven 'Extremists' Killed in North Sinai - Sources
  69. Algeria: Algeria Is Preparing for Post-Oil Era, Says Sellal
  70. Tunisia: Kerry on Tunisia's Presidential Election
  71. Egypt: Military Tribunal Upholds Prison Sentences for Jamaa Islamiya Leaders
  72. Liberia: Journalists Pile On to Bash Ebola-Fighting Doctor
  73. Nigeria: Attack on Fish Traders Kills Dozens
  74. Nigeria: 'Real TV' Fights Violence with Glitz & Glamor - Nollywood's Jeta Amata
  75. Africa: Africans Launch 'Rival' Ebola Song
  76. Gambia: U.S. Upset Over Attacks on Gays
  77. Sudan: Khartoum Wants Darfur Peacekeepers Out
  78. Somalia: Why Discord Between President and PM Continues
  79. Kenya: Can the 'Ick Factor' Stop Kenya Turning Poo to Power?
  80. Somalia: Changing PM Once a Year Will Not Benefit Nation's Future
  81. Kenya: Muslims, Politicians Form Team Over Mosques Closure
  82. South Africa: VP Ramaphosa Comes Under Spotlight
  83. Zambia: Ruling Party Turmoil Spreads
  84. Africa: Africa's Biggest Solar Plant Opens
  85. Angola: General Awards Himself Land
  86. South Africa: Apartheid Continues in Access to Clean Air
  87. South Africa: Seven Reasons Why Sunday Tribune's South Africa-Islamic State Link Is I
  88. South Africa: Why Apartheid Era Biological Warfare Programme Still Matters
  89. Zambia: Army Accused of Trying to Push Scott Out
  90. A Killer Goes Free: Grand Jury Won’t Indict Darren Wilson
  91. Grand Jury Reaches Decision In Darren Wilson Case
  92. African Armies Are On A Spending Spree
  93. Zimbabwe State Media Accuses High Level ZANU-PF Officials Of Treason
  94. Lebanese Arab Arrested For Kidnapping, Raping Ethiopian Woman
  95. White Officers Wouldn’t Be Needed If Black People Weren’t Killing Each Other – Rudy G
  96. Black Women On TV: The Case Of ‘Scandal’ And ‘Sexo E As Negas’
  97. Egypt: Sisi Receives Credentials of New Ambassadors to Cairo
  98. Egypt: Sisi Meets S. Sudanese President
  99. Kenya: ODM Faces Acid Test As Young Faithful Rebel
  100. South Africa: Vincent Bones is South Africa's New Idol!
  101. Tunisia: International Observers Arrive
  102. Tunisia: American Students Witness Democracy in Tunisia Up Close
  103. Egypt: President Sisi Receives Invitation to Visit China Next Month
  104. Egypt: Egypt, South Sudan Sign Agreement for Management of Water Resources
  105. Nigeria: ICG Warns Against Volatile, Vicious Electoral Contest
  106. Nigeria: Investigation Shows Nigerians Aboard Jet Seized in South Africa Were Crew
  107. Nigeria: Give Jonathan a Chance - Paschal Mbawuike
  108. Nigeria: Violence in 2015 Elections Inevitable
  109. Nigeria: Our Stand - Again, Jonathan Playing With Fire
  110. Kenya: Army Kills Several Al-Shabaab Militants After Bus Attack
  111. Uganda: Police Seek Out Housemaid Caught on Video Abusing a Child
  112. Rwanda: Evidence Points at Xenophobia for Rwandan Murder Victim
  113. Tanzania: Officers Probed Over Inmates' Torture
  114. Tanzania: Maasai Community to Benefit From Sh45 Million Well
  115. Zimbabwe: Mugabe confronts VP loyalists
  116. Zambia: Son Reveals What Killed President Sata
  117. Namibia: Namibia Faces Ballot Box for Third Phase Govt
  118. Botswana: Settlements Incorporation Not Approved
  119. Botswana: Research Key to Food Security
  120. HIV test and treat campaign targets men, children
  121. Climate change affects women, says Muchinguri
  122. 800 screened for Ebola virus
  123. Gwindi loses job
  124. 70 000 pregnant women test HIV+
  125. Mash Central says no to VP Mujuru
  126. Deposed leaders seek re-election
  127. Prof Calistus Ndlovu reinstated
  128. Zanu-PF Mat North chair speaks
  129. Central Committee elections by mid-week
  130. Malawi: Opposition Blasts Govt over Appointments
  131. Zimbabwe: First Lady Accused of Hate Speech
  132. Zambia: Scott Suspended As Party's Interim Leader
  133. Zimbabwe: Magaya Stampede Claims 11
  134. Tunisia: Security Forces Alert Ahead of Poll
  135. Tunisia: Marzouki Hands Credentials to New Ambassadors in Riyadh, Sanaa and Islamabad
  136. Tunisia: Central Strategic Planning Unit Created in Interior Ministry
  137. Liberia: Ebola Hampers HIV/Aids Care
  138. Gambia: "Aggravated Homosexuality" Offence Carries Life Sentence
  139. Nigeria: Commission Urged to Probe Eagles over Afcon Failure
  140. Burkina Faso: UN Chief Urges Continued Dialogue During Transition
  141. Mauritania: Govt Cracks Down On Land Reform Activists
  142. Kenya: Al-Shabaab Accused of Bus Attack
  143. Kenya: Army Destroys Camp Used By Suspected Bus Attackers
  144. Madagascar: Nation Hit by Deadly Plague
  145. Sudan: Rebels Ready for Further Talks
  146. Kenya: Reports - Bus Hijacked in Kenya, Passengers Killed
  147. Namibia: Nation Ready for Next Week's Polls
  148. Zimbabwe: 'VP Mujuru Has Expelled Herself'
  149. Zambia: Adoption of RB Is Final - Muhabi
  150. Zambia: Acting President Guy Scott Suspended As Party Leader
  151. Zambia: Scott Suspended?
  152. Mozambique: Bachir Kidnappers Make Contact
  153. The Much Awaited East African Standby Force Launched In Ethiopia Today
  154. How Lagos Looked 50 Years Ago
  155. New York Police Kill Unarmed Man In Brooklyn
  156. Africa’s Mobile Payment Makes Its Way To Europe With M-Pesa
  157. Meet George Alcorn – Inventor Of The Imaging X-Ray Spectrometer
  158. Chinese Firm Signs $12bn Deal To Build Nigerian Railway
  159. Ebola, Human Rights And Poverty – Making The Connection
  160. Nigeria: Are We Becoming a Police State or Was This a Coup Attempt?
  161. Zimbabwe: Deadly Stampede at Church Crusade
  162. Zimbabwe: Magaya Takes Blame for Crusade Deaths
  163. Egypt: Sisi to Pardon Al Jazeera Journalists?
  164. Egypt: No Explanation for First Genital Cutting Verdict
  165. Libya: Editor's Harsh Conviction Blow to Free Speech
  166. Egypt: UN 'Deeply Concerned' After Acquittal of Defendants in Egypt's First FGM Trial
  167. Egypt: Family of Detained Al Jazeera Journalist Appeals to Sisi for Release
  168. Nigeria: Nigeria Faces Volatile Polls
  169. Sierra Leone: How Will Anti-Ebola Measures Affect Farmers?
  170. Nigeria: Teachers Threaten 'Mother of all Strikes'
  171. Nigeria: New Boko Haram Women's Wing?
  172. East Africa: Who's the Richest in Africa?
  173. Congo-Kinshasa: Rwandan Rebels Regroup
  174. Africa: How Africa Can Flourish in New Global Economy - Top U.S. Official
  175. Central Africa: Kony to LRA - Bring Me Ivory, Gold, and Diamonds
  176. Sudan: NGO Issues Report on Nuba Suffering
  177. Zambia: Scott Suspended by Ruling Party
  178. South Africa: Ruling Party Abandons Debate in Parliament
  179. South Africa: MPs More Free in the Street Than in Parliament
  180. Africa: German Corporate Unease in South Africa
  181. South Africa: Is the National Democratic Revolution Really a Formula for Radical Chan
  182. Botswana: Arsonist Faces Lashing
  183. Zimbabwe: Account for Own Wealth
  184. President briefed on Lesotho
  185. ‘VP Mujuru has expelled herself’
  186. Politburo meets today
  187. National Budget set for Thursday
  188. Magaya stampede claims 11
  189. Goche discussed assassination plot
  190. ZPC Kariba can see Promised Land
  191. Zifa Chief knew bid was doomed
  192. Can Chunga play biblical Moses?
  193. Scott suspended as party’s interim leader
  194. More Arrests In Ferguson As Residents Await The Conclusion Of The Grand Jury Charade
  195. Power Struggle In Zambia Intensifies: White President Suspended
  196. The Betrayal Of Haiti By Latin America And The Caribbean
  197. 93-Year-Old Woman Marks 75 Years With Same Company
  198. Whoopi Goldberg Skeptical Of Bill Cosby Accuser: ‘Don’t You Do A Kit’ After Getting R
  199. Darren Wilson Supporter Crowd-Funds “Pants Up Don’t Loot” Billboard In Ferguson
  200. Masai Homeland To Be Sold To Arabs For Hunting Reserve
  201. Nigeria: Dozens Killed in Another Borno Village Attack
  202. Nigeria: Govt to Hike Taxes After Crude Oil Price Drop
  203. Kenya: Online Sexists Are As Bad As Street Idlers
  204. Kenya: ODM to Force By-Elections for Rebel MPs
  205. Kenya: State Warned Against More External Debt
  206. Egypt: Doctor Walks Free After Girl Dies from Genital Cutting
  207. Egypt: Hundreds of Homes Destroyed for 'Buffer Zone'
  208. Egypt: Dozens of Protesters, Activist El-Massry Arrested
  209. Libya: UN Brokers 'Critical' Benghazi Truce
  210. Tunisia: Ben Ali's Party Comes Back?
  211. Nigeria: Chaos Shuts Down National Assembly
  212. West Africa: Ebola Cases 'No Longer Rising in Liberia, Guinea'
  213. Sierra Leone: Ebola Now Hits Nation Hardest
  214. Liberia: Pharmaceutical Giant Includes Liberia in Drug Donation
  215. Nigeria: Mark Orders National Assembly Shutdown, Summons IGP
  216. Somalia: Power-Sharing Pitfalls in Somalia
  217. Uganda: Plotting a Better Life in Ugandan Slums
  218. Kenya: How CID Helped UK to Probe 'Chicken'
  219. Kenya: Girls' Parents Face Arrest Over FGM
  220. Africa: New Report Reveals Africa's Gambling Revenues Moderate Amidst Faltering Econo
  221. Zambia: First Lady to Run, Sparks Rift in Sata Family
  222. Africa: Poachers Without Borders
  223. South Africa: Numsa's United Front - Forward to the Past?
  224. Malawi: Mutharika Pleads for Patience and Time
  225. Malawi: Lake Malawi Not Negotiable Says President Mutharika
  226. South Africa: Traditional Affairs Suspends Official On Corruption Allegations
  227. South Africa: Cabinet Commends Efforts in Repatriation Process
  228. South Africa: Tshwane Dismisses 'Take-Away' Allegations
  229. Editorial Comment: Enforce by-laws on domestic animals
  230. The ultimate warrior
  231. Can Saul be King?
  232. Women turn their guns on Mashingaidze
  233. Can Zim get it right?
  234. Slumping giants meet
  235. Pohamba addresses final rally as president
  236. 160 drown daily in China: Report
  237. Ebola death toll tops 5 400
  238. Firms brace for tough times
  239. NAACP Calls On Feds To Investigate Mysterious Death Of Black Teen
  240. “You Don’t Like It? Go Back To Ethiopia!” Israeli Cops Told Ethiopian Jews
  241. Historic Black Florida Town Slated For Ultra-Rich Luxury Shopping Development
  242. Black Women Help OWN Achieve Ratings Breakthrough
  243. Africa’s Latest False Choice
  244. Africa’s 50 Richest 2014
  245. Did Pictures Of Homeland Security Vehicles Near Ferguson Get Man Fired?
  246. Mujuru faction courts MDC-T• Parties discuss merger modalities • Mujuru tipped for pr
  247. Ex-NMB boss speaks on Mujuru account saga
  248. More heads roll in Zanu-PF Harare Province
  249. Sharp decline in vehicle imports
  250. Editorial Comment: Herald Business breaks new ground