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  1. Mozambique: Polls Results Out 'Soon'
  2. South Africa: Pistorius Hears Fate on Tuesday
  3. South Africa: State Wants Ten Years for Pistorius
  4. Africa: Why the Actions of a S. African Billionaire Highlight Dangers of Capital Flig
  5. Zambia: V-P Loathes Online Outlet
  6. Harare appeals for land
  7. MPs bemoan lack of funds
  8. Hecklers’ bid to derail Amai Mugabe’s rally fails
  9. Community Share Ownership Trust money abused: Nhema
  10. Hecklers’ bid to derail Amai Mugabe’s rally fails
  11. Why I let post go: Muchinguri
  12. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s unite for food self-sufficiency
  13. BAR TALK: Of lucky women and beleaguered visionaries
  14. All Eyes On Mapeza
  15. Imperialism: The continuing, extraordinary threat to Africa
  16. Thomas Sankara And The Assassination Of Africa’s Memory
  17. Black Voters In Ferguson Rejecting Democratic Candidates*
  18. Patronage Of Made-In-Nigeria Goods Set To Gain Legal Backing
  19. Dutch Abandon Racist “Black Pete” Tradition
  20. The Secret To Long Term Financial Success
  21. Black Americans Don’t Have Much To Thank Barack Obama For
  22. Entrepreneur Showcase: The T-Shirt Factory Owner Nero Ogheneovo
  23. Morocco: Ebola Fears Forces Morocco to Pull Out of Hosting 2015 Afcon
  24. South Africa: Op-Ed - Fame and Celebrity - a Fatal and Destructive Modern Attraction
  25. Algeria: Police Protest in Algiers
  26. Algeria: Most Police Protesters Leave Sit-in Outside Presidency
  27. Egypt: Most Egyptians Pleased With Sisi's First 100 Days - Poll
  28. Egypt: 15 Injured in Downtown Blast - Prosecution
  29. Western Sahara: Saharawi Delegation Takes Part At Mauritanides 2014
  30. Liberia: The 1000 Who Survived Ebola
  31. Africa: UN Security Council Opposes Cutting Ties Over Ebola
  32. West Africa: Press Clamps Hinder Ebola Fight
  33. Niger: Niger's Malnourished Children
  34. Sierra Leone: 'We Will Not Export Ebola' - Koroma
  35. Kenya: Silicon Savannah Reimagines Cities
  36. Kenya: Konza â
  37. Ethiopia: Fast-Growing Capital Aims to Become Greener and Cleaner
  38. Ethiopia: Addis Court Convicts Journalist
  39. Southern Africa: Regional Leaders 'Sad' at Ravalomanana Arrest
  40. South Africa: State Closes Its Case in Pistorius Sentencing
  41. Mozambique: Guebuza Family Steps Aside With Mining Interests
  42. Botswana: Tough Elections for Botswana
  43. Swaziland: Hunger Increases in Swaziland
  44. South Africa: The Nation's Military-Arms Cesspit
  45. Mozambique: Former Rebels Lead in Western Province
  46. Namibia/Nigeria: Brave Gladiators Ready for Super Falcons
  47. Excerpts of First Lady’s Mash Central speech
  48. ‘Nothing wrong with ministers’ presence at Amai’s rallies’
  49. Govt demands diamond dividends
  50. Zanu-PF seeks $8m for Congress
  51. Apologise or face the boot, VP told
  52. It’s not yet in the bag, Meikles warned
  53. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Allaying investor fears over Ebola key
  54. Marriage laws challenged
  55. Ebola deaths near 4 500 as virus spreads in W Africa
  56. Resign instead, say analysts
  57. For Black Men Its A Permanent Recession
  58. Planned Parenthood Is Targeting Black America. Sen. Mary Landrieu Is Helping Them Do
  59. New Wave Of Protests Reveal Anger At High Unemployment For Black Americans
  60. What Shall We Do With White People?
  61. Payday Lenders Targeting Black Neighborhoods
  62. Zimbabwe Adds To Power Profile With New 600MW Project
  63. I Lost My Mind – The Gantt Report
  64. Algeria: Policemen Protest - Minister of Interior Visits Ghardaïa
  65. Nigeria: Soldiers Accused of Mutiny Plead Not Guilty
  66. Kenya: Mandera Governor Survives Explosion
  67. Egypt: Bomb Goes Off in Downtown Cairo
  68. Egypt: Raids on University Students Aim to Suppress Campus Dissent
  69. Western Sahara: Adala UK Demands "Immediate Action" to Assure Respect for Saharawi Pr
  70. Tunisia: Suspicious Death in Custody - Allegations of Torture During Arrest
  71. Ghana/Guinea: Black Stars Cruise to Victory Past Guinea
  72. Cote d'Ivoire: Simone Gbagbo On Trial
  73. Nigeria/Sudan: Eagles' Win Brings Hope
  74. Sudan: Security Forces Abuse Women, Says Rights Group
  75. South Sudan: Salva Kiir - Image vs. Reality
  76. Nigeria/Sudan: Super Eagles Boost AFCON Bid with Win Over Sudan
  77. Mozambique: Low Turnout Indicated in Election
  78. Mozambique: What Are Prospects for Peace?
  79. South Africa: Pistorius Seemed Shy, Says Witness
  80. Mozambique: Mozambique Largely Peaceful After Long Polling Day
  81. Mozambique: Problems Hit Polling
  82. Mozambique: Ballot Papers Destroyed in Tete
  83. South Africa: The President's Fund - Where Is the Money for Apartheid Victims Actuall
  84. Mozambique: Ruling Party Faces Tough Test
  85. ‘No controversy in First Lady’s PhD’
  86. Jah Prayzah cancels tour• • • Musician fears Ebola
  87. ‘Wheat stocks at critical levels’ . . . as NRZ’s capacity comes under scrutiny
  88. City engages debt collectors
  89. A crumbling empire
  90. Editorial Comment: Value-addition can boost diamond revenue
  91. Parliament dismisses Zinasu’s petition
  92. Dance with Feindrehstar at Musica 2014
  93. Innscor Africa restructures
  94. Dean, Robbie T reunite at The Grain
  95. Guess Which Group Of Immigrants To The U.S. Are The Most Educated?
  96. Brazil: Five Black Teens Killed In Massacre – Police Death Squad Suspected
  97. Has The “Asian Takeover Of The World Bank” Worsened Discrimination Against Blacks?
  98. Mapping Africa’s Growing Tech Hubs
  99. Egypt To Receive US Apache Attack Helicopters Next Month
  100. The Secret Service: Friend Or Foe?
  101. Alabama Pastor Had Sex With Church Members Despite Known AIDS Status
  102. Libya: Armed Groups Target Libyan Rights Activists
  103. Nigeria: Schools Still Live in Fear of Boko Haram
  104. Africa: It's a Race Against Time to Stop Ebola
  105. Nigeria: #bringbackourgirls - a Hashtag With Pitfalls
  106. Somalia: A Million Somalis Risk Starving, UN Envoy Warns
  107. South Sudan: Security Council Extends UN Peacekeeping Force in Abyei Through February
  108. Africa: African-Born U.S. Residents Now Total 1.6 Million
  109. Africa: Seaborne Samaritans Rescue Migrants
  110. Egypt: Pro-Mursi Politician Sent to Prison for Insulting the Judiciary
  111. Algeria: French Judge Marc Trevidic At Tibhirine Monastery in Medea
  112. Libya: Preparation of Inter-Libyan Dialogue, 'Important and Delicate,' Says Lamamra
  113. West Africa: Ebola Workers Urge Safety, Solidarity
  114. Africa: Rethink Ebola Infection Control, Says Top U.S. Health Official
  115. West Africa: Zuckerberg & Chan Contributing $25m to CDC to Fight Ebola
  116. Liberia: 'I Do Not Have Ebola' - Chief Justice Clarifies Driver Quarantine
  117. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Set to Attack Rebels in East
  118. Sudan: Splits in Ruling Party Over Bashir
  119. Madagascar: Presbyterians Protest Ravalomanana Arrest, Seek U.S. Response
  120. Somalia: UN Warns of Humanitarian Crisis
  121. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Wife Blasts V-Ps
  122. Mozambique: New Actors Shake Up Polls
  123. South Africa: Winnie Mandela Contests Madiba's Will
  124. South Africa: Prison Will 'Break' Pistorius, Court Hears
  125. Africa: Ebola Doctors Make It Up As They Go
  126. Mozambique: Opposition Accuses Electoral Body; New Violence Report
  127. South Africa: As World Food Day Approaches, One in Four S. Africans Are Hungry
  128. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Council’s dereliction of duty unacceptable
  129. Tattooists rape musician’s daughter
  130. Ndanga denies vice presidency ambition
  131. Businessman loses US$100 000 case
  132. Cops arrest housebreakers after 10 years
  133. Man beats up, bites wife’s nose
  134. Rights groups want death penalty to go
  135. Residents trust raps new paid parking zones
  136. Zinwa designates 5 points for bulk water collection
  137. Four medical aid societies face collapse
  138. U.S. Military’s Ebola Mission: Edge Out China In Africa?
  139. ‘Megachurches': A Hidden Pillar Of Nigeria’s Economy
  140. ‘Black Owned’ Is A Business – And A State Of Mind
  141. What If Black America Were A Country?
  142. South Africa Considers Declaring Certain Minerals As ‘Strategic’*
  143. ‘What Really Happened In Rwanda? History Of The Genocide. Role Of The U.S.
  144. World Watching Ferguson After Weekend Of Protests
  145. Malawi: Africans on Innovation Prize List
  146. Algeria: Algeria to Build First Nuclear Plant Before 2029
  147. Tunisia: 4.1 Magnitude Earth Tremor Off Hammamet Gulf
  148. Western Sahara: National Unity Important Step in Struggle of Saharawi People - Presid
  149. Algeria/Malawi: Algeria Humiliates Malawi Further, Hacks Government Official Websites
  150. Liberia: Health Workers Threaten Strike
  151. Senegal: Sowing the Seeds of Stable Agriculture
  152. Mali: No Justice, No Peace for Northern Mali
  153. Sierra Leone: Death in a Clinic - A Volunteer's Story
  154. Africa: Look to Ghana to See Which Way IMF, World Bank Go
  155. Africa: Burundi, Eritrea Top World Hunger
  156. Africa: Tribute to Living Legend And Renowned Scholar Ali Mazrui
  157. Kenya: Ali Mazrui to Be Buried At Monumental Family Graveyard Opposite Fort Jesus
  158. Sudan: Groups Unite Against Bashir
  159. Burundi: 'Love Overcomes Racial Discrimination'
  160. South Africa: Keep Pistorius Out of Jail, Plead Witnesses
  161. Botswana: Could Mining Help Conserve Okavango Delta?
  162. Zimbabwe: Uproar Over Harare Demolitions
  163. Zambia: Ill President's Offices 'Very Quiet'
  164. Mozambique: High Stakes at Polls
  165. South Africa: Pistorius Back in Court
  166. South Africa: Getting Community Service for Lawyers Right
  167. Amai is full of life, says Muchinguri
  168. Local diamond sales low
  169. First Lady tears into VP aspirants
  170. Chiyangwa speaks on tour funding
  171. BNC targets 17pc production increase
  172. Machel movie on demand
  173. Bosso lose their way
  174. Ebola dance rocks beer fest
  175. US firm makes money off Zim concept
  176. DeMbare, CAPS feel the heat
  177. Richest African Presidents 2014
  178. Africa’s GDP Is Bigger Than You Think
  179. The Coming And Going Of American Supremacy
  180. Why Is America Hindering Nigeria’s Fight Against Boko Haram
  181. Zimbabwe-China Mega Deals Anger Western Countries
  182. How Africans Brought Civilization To America Before Columbus
  183. The Paradox Of Black America
  184. South Sudan: Rebels Claim Killing Ugandan Soldiers in Upper Nile
  185. Malawi: Malawian Student Short-Listed Among World's Top 15 Young Innovative Scientist
  186. Libya: UN Chief Makes Peace Plea in Tripoli
  187. Algeria: Nine Would-Be Immigrants Arrested in Illizi
  188. Algeria: "Intelligent Systems" to Be Set Up Soon in Police Custody Facilities
  189. Egypt: Qatar Donates U.S$1 Billion for Gaza Reconstruction
  190. Egypt: Private Security Company Denies Withdrawing From University Campuses
  191. Liberia: Health Workers Threaten Strike Over Ebola
  192. Nigeria: Army Arrests Alleged Boko Haram 'Moles'
  193. Sudan/Nigeria: Super Eagles Suffer Major Setback
  194. Nigeria: Army Moves to Retake Boko Haram Strongholds
  195. Liberia: 36 Die, 11 Survive From Ebola in Grand Bassa
  196. Somalia: Deadly Car Bomb At Mogadishu Café
  197. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Launches Ebola Lab
  198. Somalia: Top Journalist Attacked
  199. South Africa: Pistorius Faces Sentencing
  200. Malawi: Banda to Face Treason Probe?
  201. Mozambique: Election Clashes Erupt in North
  202. Botswana: Regional Observers Head to Botswana for Polls
  203. South Africa: Pistorius Trial - the Final Days
  204. Mozambique: Mozambique - This Election Changes Everything
  205. Zimbabwe: 'Grace Roped in to Stop Mujuru'
  206. Malawi: Child Marriages Force Girls Out of School
  207. Curtain comes down on ZIFF
  208. A fine green show
  209. Zesa seals deal with Nampower
  210. Lion Lager Beer Fest lives to billing
  211. Govt drafts Consumer Protection Bill
  212. DeMbare remain in control
  213. Chinhoyi Cultural fete ends on high note
  214. Champion defends Musclemania title
  215. NSSA keen on Beitbridge projects
  216. Editorial Comment: Ebola: No need for sensationalism
  217. Congo-Kinshasa: Kabila Reshuffles His Military Pack
  218. Algeria/Malawi: Algeria Clips Disjointed Flames
  219. Tunisia/Senegal: Tunisia Hold Senegal
  220. Algeria/Malawi: Algeria Too Good for Malawi
  221. Algeria/Malawi: Malawi Set to Roast Algeria
  222. Malawi/Algeria: Flames Captain Appeals for Support
  223. West Africa: Ebola Death Toll Exceeds 4,000
  224. Africa: Linking Silos - What You Didn't Hear About UNGA
  225. Cameroon: Boko Haram Hostages Released
  226. Nigeria/Sudan: Sudan Shoots Down Super Eagles
  227. Nigeria: Villagers Killed in Plateau
  228. South Sudan: Fresh Fighting Resumes
  229. Somalia: Al Shabaab Weakened, Not Defeated
  230. Sudan/Nigeria: Eagles - It's Total War in Khartoum
  231. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Wife Eyes 'The Throne'
  232. Congo-Brazzaville/South Africa: Bafana Keep AFCON Hopes Alive
  233. Lesotho/Angola: Angola Draw With Lesotho
  234. Mozambique: Dhlakama Has Not Yet Asked for 'Special Vote'
  235. Mozambique: Nyusi Campaigns Again in Zambezia
  236. Mozambique: Electoral Observatory Changes Its Mind
  237. Dark Alliance: The True Story Behind The Crack Epidemic
  238. Caribbean Remittances Grew By Five Percent – World Bank
  239. Libya: Intensifying Fighting Continues to Take Heavy Civilian Toll, Warns UN Agency
  240. Libya: Fighting Displaces 290,000
  241. Tunisia: UN Chief Commends African Nation for 'Staying True to Ideals' of Arab Spring
  242. Western Sahara: Hassiba Boulmerka Urges UN Fourth Committee to Hold Self-Determinatio
  243. Morocco: ANEJ Demands Solution to Western Sahara Question
  244. West Africa: Ebola Hits Health Workers
  245. Guinea: I Caught Ebola and Survived
  246. Burkina Faso: Poor Farmers Outsmart Climate Change
  247. West Africa: Inhofe Approves Reprogramming Request for Ebola Response Effort
  248. West Africa: 'We Are Late, but Not Too Late to Fight and Win This Battle,' Against Eb
  249. Somalia: Changes for Al-Shabaab?
  250. Sudan: Desperation in the Caves of Delami County