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  1. Egypt: Egypt Plays Pivotal Role in the Region - Yemeni PM
  2. Nigeria: Boko Haram Video Purports to Show Chibok Girls
  3. Tanzania/Algeria: Yanga Beat Bejaia for Maiden Win
  4. Nigeria: Daniel Amokachi Proud As Twin Sons Complete Move to Besiktas
  5. Nigeria: Nigeria Dismantle Denmark, Into Final Four
  6. Nigeria: Rio - We 'Re Almost There, Go for Gold, Buhari Tells Dream Team
  7. Kenya: David Rudisha Sets Eyes On Two Olympic Gold Medals
  8. Nigeria: Ondo 2016 - Makarfi PDP Clears Jegede, Lawal for Governorship Primary
  9. Kenya: Experts Explore New Way of Preventing HIV Contraction
  10. Kenya: Kiraitu, Orengo Team Seeking to Extend Their Term By a Year
  11. Kenya: Go On Adventure Through Winding Gorge At Hell's Gate
  12. Kenya: Four-Star Homeboyz Thump AFC to Move 4th
  13. South Africa: Sporting Greats Celebrate Van Niekerk's World-Record Gold
  14. Zambia: Opposition Alleges Election Rigging As Vote Tally Drags On
  15. South Africa: Wayde Van Niekerk - the Son of Our Soil Whose Story Has Come Full Circl
  16. Zambia: Frustration Over Slow Vote Count for Polls
  17. South Africa: #HandsOffCaster - New Controversy Over Semenya's Gender
  18. Zambia: Opposition Leader Maintains Lead as Election Results Trickle in
  19. South Africa: Long Jumper Leaps to Win Nation's 4th Silver
  20. Zimbabwe: Opposition Leaders Rally Against Mugabe
  21. Gen Mujuru’s role in union exposed . . . as Tsvangirai, Mujuru go public
  22. Pistorius on suicide watch
  23. ISIS loses key town
  24. Four vie for Kereke’s vacant Parly seat
  25. FBC, Agribank seek to raise $20m for agric
  26. Finally, ‘Mdhara’ has arrived! . . . highs, lows of Jah Prayzah’s album launch
  27. Maize-meal thief posed as Deputy Comm-Gen
  28. Mayhem at Barbourfields
  29. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Housing for all is possible
  30. It’s half-a-dozen
  31. Egypt: Public Debt Reaches $259 Billion
  32. Tanzania/Algeria: Yanga Living On Borrowed Time As They Face Bejaia
  33. Egypt: Prosecution Orders Detention of 13 Defendants Over Wheat Fraud Allegations
  34. Morocco/Tunisia: Group B Decided As Etoile, Fus Rabat Advance
  35. Zambia/Egypt: Hope All Lost for Ahly After Zesco Draw
  36. Nigeria: New Polio Cases Prompt New Vaccination Drive
  37. Africa: Rand Leapfrogs Nigeria's Naira As Africa's Top Currency
  38. Nigeria: $34.5 Million Fraud Uncovered at Ports Agency
  39. Nigeria: Okagbare Through to Women's 100m Semis
  40. Nigeria: Hull City's Musa Starts On Losing Note in Premier League
  41. Ethiopia: Running Prodigy Almaz Ayana Smashes 10,000m World Record for Gold
  42. Uganda: Museveni's Post-Election Politics - Keeping a Lid On Uganda's Opposition
  43. South Sudan: UN Approves Robust Peace Force
  44. South Sudan: UN Sets Up 'Regional Protection Force' for Juba
  45. Zambia: Lungu Takes Early Lead in Election
  46. Kenya: U.S. Top Executives in Nairobi for Business
  47. South Africa: Two Home Affairs Officials Arrested for Fraud, Corruption, Extortion
  48. Malawi: Mutharika Hits Out At Criticism
  49. South Africa: Le Clos Bounces Back With Silver
  50. South Africa: Ruling Party Sends 90th Birthday Wishes to Cuba's Castro
  51. Zambia: AU, SADC, Carter Center Declare Polls Free and Fair
  52. Another White Rapist Gets A Slap On The Wrist And No Jail Time
  53. Zambia: Early Election Results Trickle In
  54. The Ten Richest Families In America
  55. Egypt: Twenty-Three Egyptians Kidnapped in Libya Arrive in Egypt
  56. Morocco: Making It Easier for Enterprises to Go Green With EasyShair
  57. Egypt: Egyptian Judoka Refuses to Shake Hands With Israeli Rival After Losing Game
  58. Algeria: Helicopter Manufacturing in Setif - Signing of MOU Between Defence Ministry,
  59. Algeria: Algeria Welcomes Roadmap Agreement to End Hostilities in Sudan
  60. Nigeria: Polio-Free Certification Suffers Setback As New Cases Are Confirmed
  61. Africa: South Africa Is Largest Economy (Again). but What Does It Mean?
  62. Nigeria: Minister Orders Aviation Agencies to Recover N40.08 Billion Debt From Airlin
  63. Nigeria: New Militant Group Vows to Blow Up More Pipelines
  64. South Sudan: UN Security Council Votes 'Yes' On Intervention Force for South Sudan
  65. Nigeria: Buhari, Soyinka Meet On National Issues
  66. Tanzania: Govt Warns Against 'Defiance Rallies'
  67. Kenya: Seed Storage Facility to Bolster Maize Research & Development
  68. Africa: Tanzania Investigates Turkish Govt Claims on 'Terror Groups' Network
  69. Kenya: Sprints Coach Expelled from Rio Over Doping Test Breach
  70. South Africa: Plettenberg Bay Surfers Rescue Tourists
  71. South Africa: 2017 University Fee Announcement Postponed
  72. South Africa: U.S. Fugitive Arrested in Brakpan
  73. South Africa: Telkom Workers Demand 11 Percent and End to Retrenchments
  74. Zimbabwe: $75 to Break Bread With Mawarire
  75. South Africa: Citizens Can Learn Consumer Protection Lessons From the U.S.
  76. Africa: It is the darkness now!
  77. Southern Africa: Across Southern Africa, Liberation Movements Struggle to Keep Power
  78. ‘Backdoor’ inheritance backfires for schemers
  79. Govt releases Aug pay dates
  80. Zambia awaits election results
  81. The news bae in karate ring
  82. Putin fires chief of staff
  83. Defence College varsity status on
  84. ‘The future belongs to the youths’
  85. She has earned the respect of vincent kompany but our sponsors just don’t care about
  86. With a spring in their steps, the mighty returned home yesterday
  87. Drug Dealing British Aristocrat Freed On Bail In Kenya
  88. South Africa’s White Minority Warned Africans Ready For Zimbabwe-Style Uprising
  89. This Historically Black Church In North Carolina Is Endorsing Donald Trump
  90. Baltimore Cops Are Basically Preying On Black People – Report
  91. Simone Manuel Speaks Out On Police Brutality, Race After Winning Olympic Gold
  92. 5 Top Black Business Owners You May Not Know, But Should
  93. Settlement Reached In The Case Of Thug Cop Who Viciously Attacked Female Student
  94. Libya: Forces Capture 'Islamic State' Sirte Headquarters
  95. Morocco: Domestic Workers Finally Have Rights in Morocco
  96. Egypt/Nigeria: A Point Enough for Zamalek to Reach Semis
  97. Egypt/Zambia: Ahly in Must Win Clash Against Zesco
  98. Nigeria: Two Fresh Polio Infections Stun Nation
  99. Morocco: Security Council Called to Pressure Morocco for More 'Seriousness' in Settle
  100. Nigeria: Government Battles Outbreak of Water-Borne Disease in Abuja
  101. Nigeria: Mass Wedding - Kano Begins Registration for Prospective Couples
  102. Africa: How to Get Cheaper Internet, Data Across Africa
  103. Nigeria: Oshiomhole Tackles 'Criminal' Governors Who Don't Pay Workers
  104. Uganda: Keep Away From Brazilian Women, Athletes Warned
  105. Ethiopia: Battle for Land Reforms Could Lead to Civil War - Opposition Leader
  106. Ethiopia: What Is Fueling Ethiopia's Protests?
  107. Tanzania: Key Political Stakeholders Fails to Attend 'Political Choas' Talks
  108. Rwanda: Govt Makes Cabinet Changes, Recalls UN Representative
  109. Botswana: Helicopter Crashes After Shooting At San
  110. Zambia: Tensions High As Zambia Heads to the Polls
  111. Zimbabwe: Country's Biggest Cities Receive Food Aid
  112. Africa: Drylands in Africa Under Discussion
  113. Mozambique: Mediators Meet Opposition Renamo
  114. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Faces Impeachment Bid
  115. South Africa: South Africa's Top Female Olympians
  116. South Africa: Blitzboks Into Sevens Semis, New Zealand Eliminated at Olympics
  117. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Abusing children for political gain sick
  118. They are luring our stars, could azam be a game – changer here?
  119. $500m command agric scheme begins
  120. Zambians go to the polls
  121. Trump attacks Obama, Clinton
  122. Public hearings: Don’t put the cart before the horse
  123. Zesa limits Dema power to 100MW
  124. VP Mphoko donates to Nkayi Hospital
  125. Chihuri warns against violence
  126. What CIA Director Michael Hayden Told President-Elect Barack Obama
  127. DJ Stavo hints on new collabo
  128. White Privilege Meets White Supremacy
  129. DR Congo Losing Millions As Chinese Firms ‘Smuggle Out Gold’
  130. The Secret Race To Get The Uranium From Congo That Destroyed Hiroshima
  131. Armed White Suspect Shoots 2 Cops, Gets In Standoff, Doesn’t Get Shot
  132. Why Is America Trying To Overthrow South Sudan’s Government?
  133. South Africa Overtakes Nigeria As Africa’s Largest Economy
  134. Nigeria: Investigation - Herdsmen Attacks Claim 1,269 Lives in Benue
  135. Nigeria: UK Launches 24-Hour Visa Service in Nigeria
  136. Nigeria: Army Court-Martials 20 Soldiers for 'Illicit Arms Sales, Rights Abuses'
  137. Africa: Summit Aims to Bridge the Gap Between Africa and Investors
  138. Nigeria: Serious Hunger, Poverty Killing Nigerians - Senator Shehu Sani
  139. Zambia: Nation Goes to the Polls - It's a Tight Race - Can Go Either Way
  140. Rwanda: Literacy Camp 'Litclub' Aims to Empower Girl-Child
  141. Egypt: Urban Consumer Inflation Unchanged
  142. Algeria: Algeria Has 'Exceptional Opportunity' to Reshape Its Economy
  143. Algeria: #Rio2016 Boxing - Algerian Abbadi Through to Last 16
  144. Algeria: Counterterrorism - Hollande Underscores Need for 'Deep' Algeria-France Coope
  145. Sudan: Al-Basher Receives Telephone Call From Egyptian Counterpart
  146. Nigeria: Centrlal bank Intervenes As Naira Records All-Time-Low
  147. Nigeria: Boko Haram Sets Up Base in Bauchi Forest
  148. Nigeria: Why It's Difficult to Wipe Out Boko Haram - Army Chief
  149. Guinea: Why Reconciliation Is Crucial
  150. Nigeria: Chierika Ukogu Makes History as Nation's First Rower in Semi Final at Olympi
  151. Tanzania: Opposition to Carry Out 'Defiant Demos' Despite Warning
  152. Africa: Foreign Aid - Can Tanzania Avoid Donors' Snare?
  153. Tanzania: Opposition and Ruling Party to Meet to Address Differences
  154. Somalia: Fighter Jets Target Al Shabaab Bases
  155. Uganda: Juliet Chekwel First on Rio Track
  156. South Africa: Court Imposes Huge Fine on National Airline
  157. Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Spot Green Gold in Bamboo That Spares Forests
  158. Zambia: Battered Economy Resonates On Election
  159. South Africa: Man Who Beheaded Cape Town Teen Will Serve Less Than 20 Years
  160. Swaziland: Redrawing What It Means to Be a Man
  161. South Africa: Zimbabwe to Issue IDs, Passports in South Africa
  162. South Africa: Whale Freed From Ropes and Fishing Lines Off Port Elizabeth Beach
  163. Mozambique: Talks to End Crisis Resume
  164. ‘Match-fixers’ trial date set
  165. EDITORIAL COMMENT: I-PRSP: Positive growth rate possible
  166. A legend praises us
  167. 13 perish in holiday accidents
  168. Electoral Commission of Zambia appeals for peace
  169. Mutezo faces Parly recall
  170. Zim on spotlight at Brazilian carnival
  171. Shenzhen time versus (our) African time
  172. Farmers deliver 16m kg of cotton
  173. Africa’s Youth Set To Lead World Science
  174. . . . TB Joshua refutes social media reports
  175. Man Fatally Shot By White Supremacist Thug Chad Cameron Copley Was Leaving House Part
  176. George Zimmerman Wannabe Charged With Murder After Shooting Black Man From His Garage
  177. Famed Herbal Healer Dr. Sebi ‘Dies In Police Custody’
  178. Economic Freedom Fighters Emerges As Kingmaker After South Africa Elections
  179. Ethiopia, Djibouti, China To Launch $4B Gas Project
  180. Africa: Decentralisation Policy Credited to Rwanda's Massive Progress
  181. Africa: Africa Intelligence Chiefs Unite to Protect International Law
  182. Rwanda: Tuition Increment for Science Courses 'Will Improve Quality'
  183. The Meaning Of Black
  184. Zambia: Copper, Poverty and Tax Dodging At the Heart of High Stakes Poll
  185. Egypt: Prosecution Undermines Anti-Corruption Efforts
  186. Egypt: Court Postpones Trial of Mubarak-Era Interior Minister
  187. Egypt: Zamalek Beat Ahly for Fourth Egyptian Cup in a Row
  188. Egypt: Egypt's Central Bank Keeps Pound Stable At Regular Forex Auction
  189. Nigeria: North-East Faces Humanitarian Crisis
  190. Egypt: Egypt Court Postpones Rabaa Dispersal Trial to Sep 6
  191. Nigeria: Army Chief Condemns Killing of Soldiers in Niger State
  192. Cote d'Ivoire: Taking Shea From Cottage Industry to Big Business
  193. Nigeria: Ruling Party Apologises to Nigerians Over Budget Feud
  194. Nigeria: Aruna Quadiri Sends Table Tennis World Champ Packing in Rio
  195. Ethiopia: Anti-Government Protests Growing
  196. Tanzania: Herders Win 10-Year Battle for Compensation After Eviction
  197. Uganda: Flash Mobs Get Young People On Board With HIV Awareness
  198. Burundi: Lawyers Persecuted Over Torture Report
  199. Zimbabwe: Affordable Solar Schemes Light Way to Energy for All
  200. Ethiopia: Technology, Innovation Road-Map Tabled for Discussion
  201. Malawi: Police Arrest Corruption Whistle Blower
  202. Zambia: Ruling Party in Bid to Silence Opposition Newspaper - Report
  203. Zambia: Court Orders Ministers to Vacate Office, Refund Salaries
  204. Zambia: EU Deploys More Election Observers
  205. South Africa: Chad Le Clos Adds Spectacular Silver to South Africa's Medal Tally
  206. Zimbabwe: Govt Probe 'Social Media Terrorists'
  207. Zimbabwe: Army General Chiwenga Disowns 'Lacoste'
  208. What is at stake in Zambia’s elections?
  209. Our superwoman
  210. President salutes Defence Forces
  211. Zim to issue IDs, passports in SA
  212. Portraits can tell the country’s history
  213. New twist in Tomana, Kereke legal costs row
  214. Govt targets 6,6pc economic growth rate
  215. Bolt wary of unclean field
  216. Jumbo tramples man to death
  217. Black Firefighter Loses Home To Fire Days After Receiving Racist Threat
  218. Coalition: A tale of desperate spent forces
  219. The Black God Of Judaism, Christianity And Islam
  220. White On White Crime: An Unspoken Tragedy
  221. Judge Olu Stevens Suspended For 90 Days Without Pay For Fighting Against Racism
  222. Nigeria: "You're a Total Failure," Ruling Party Chieftain Slams Buhari
  223. Rwanda: Are Economists Wrong in Their Measure of Wealth?
  224. Nigeria: 31 Years After, Buhari's War Against Indiscipline Returns
  225. East Africa: Burundi's Ban On Rwandan Products to be Probed
  226. Africa: Envoy Reassures On China-Africa Cooperation
  227. Algeria: Mediterranean Film Festival of Alexandria Celebrates Algerian Revolution
  228. Algeria: Opec to Hold Informal Meeting Late September in Algiers
  229. Sudan: Workshop Recommends Student Exchange With Morocco
  230. Algeria: Argentina Send Les Verts Home
  231. Algeria: Imetal Takes Over Entire Share Capital of Three Firms Partially Held By Arce
  232. Africa: Africa's Top Public Opinion Survey Under Threat
  233. Nigeria: Militant Group Wants Me Dead - Jonathan
  234. Nigeria: 14 Airlines Close Shop Amid Forex Hike
  235. Nigeria: Umar Heads Nigeria Into Last Eight
  236. Nigeria: Who's Running Boko Haram?
  237. Ethiopia: Carnage As Forces Conduct Crackdown Against Anti-Govt Protesters
  238. Rwanda: How Students Savings Club Turned Into Multi-Million Financial Institutions
  239. Africa: Uganda Looks to Chad On Refinery Lessons
  240. Tanzania: Body Wants Agriculture to Go Hi-Tech
  241. South Africa: #FeesMustFall - Fees Commission to Start Hearings
  242. Southern Africa: Is King Mswati III Fit For SADC Chair?
  243. Zimbabwe: Burglars Break Into Minister Moyo's Office
  244. Zambia: 2016 Elections - Democracy Hovering On the Precipice
  245. South Africa: Banned Cricketers Express Regret
  246. Angola: Meddling With Electoral Register Is Unconstitutional
  247. A Hero Comes Along
  248. Zimbabwe: Anti-Mugabe Protesters Arrested at Cricket Match
  249. EDITORIAL COMMENT – CDF’s Advice: Let those with ears hear
  250. Thousands honour Zim’s fallen heroes