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  1. Ethiopia: Donors Announce Probe Into Evictions
  2. Kenya: Local Kenyan Chiefs in Genital Cutting Controversy
  3. Uganda: Army Officer in Charge of Presidential Guards Defects
  4. Zimbabwe: Who'll Win Battle for Opposition?
  5. South Africa: Striking Miners Killed Police Officers, Farlam Commission Hears
  6. South Africa: The Mere Mention of the Words 'Affirmative Action' ...
  7. Southern Africa: South Africa, Lesotho Water Project - Phase II By 2023
  8. South Africa: Anxiety Grows Among Zimbabweans While Home Affairs Says Do Not Panic
  9. South Africa: Malema Should Learn Black Consciousness Is a Philosophy of Love Not Hat
  10. Africa: One Step Forward, Three Steps Back for Freedom of Information
  11. South Africa: Four Limpopo Mayors Recalled by Ruling Party
  12. Lagos, Nigeria: Africa’s Big Apple?
  13. Sudan Breaks Ranks With Egypt Over Boycott Of The Nile Treaty
  14. Proof That Americans Have Absolutely No Clue About Africa
  15. Mississippi GOP Playing Games With Black Votes
  16. Florida: Nine People Wounded, 2 Dead In Liberty City Mass Shooting
  17. Platinum Union Declares End To South Africa’s Longest Strike
  18. The Devil Loves A Fire – The Gantt Report
  19. Egypt: Al Jazeera Journalists Found Guilty
  20. Egypt: 183 Death Sentences Confirmed in Minya
  21. Egypt: 'It Is Not a Crime to Carry a Camera,' UN Rights Chief Warns As Egypt Sentence
  22. Egypt: U.S. Condemns Convictions of Journalists
  23. Egypt: Analyst - No Appetite for Inclusive Rights in Egypt
  24. Africa: Cameroon Blitzed By Slick Brazil
  25. Mauritania: Mauritanian President Abdel Aziz Re-Elected
  26. Cote d'Ivoire: Cote d'Ivoire Prepare to Face Greece
  27. Senegal: Fine Line Between Development, Environmental Protection
  28. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills 40 in Fresh Borno Villages Attack
  29. Kenya: Police Operation Strands 300 Children
  30. Sudan: Court Overturns Woman's Death Sentence
  31. Kenya: Dilemma in Somalia - To Withdraw or Not?
  32. Uganda: U.S. Takes Action Over Anti-Gay Law
  33. Tanzania: Mobile Data Helps Herders Get Ahead of Markets, Weather
  34. South Africa: Platinum Strike Finally Ends
  35. Malawi: New Cabinet Appointed
  36. South Africa: Application for Mystery Marikana Witness to Get Mental Observation
  37. South Africa: Dust Unsettles Mining Community
  38. South Africa: Wrapping Up the State of the Nation
  39. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Endorsed Ahead of Party Congress
  40. Zimbabwe: Sunday Mail Editor Refused Bail, Remanded to July 7
  41. Zimbabwe: Intellectuals - to What God Is the Blood Offered?
  42. Govt pledges support for disabled children
  43. Prof Moyo tours Savanna Tobacco
  44. Mliswa attacks Shamu, Chombo
  45. Silveira house founder buried
  46. Essar deal safe, to succeed: Envoy
  47. Sunday Mail editor appears in leg irons
  48. Mutharika ties the knot
  49. Economy in precarious position — IMF
  50. Star FM pays homage to stakeholders
  51. WE’RE LOSING THE FANS…record low crowd watch Battle of Zim showdown
  52. The Rise And Rise Of Africa’s Richest Man
  53. ‘Nigeria Needs $30 Billion For Gas Production By 2015’
  54. Western Development, The Slave Trade And Slavery
  55. Mwiba Lodge Luxury: Outstanding In Africa
  56. Video Surfaces Of Texas Police Executing Handcuffed Prisoner
  57. Was HIV ‘Invented’ To Kill Black People?
  58. Black American Men In Brazil: Is It Just About The Women?
  59. Tanzania: All Set for Historic Dar, Beijing Business Forum
  60. Algeria: Algeria Stun South Korea With Historic Win
  61. Egypt: U.S. Releases Suspended Aid
  62. Algeria: Upbeat Mood in Algerian Camp
  63. Tunisia: Belgium Converts 26 MD of Tunisian Debts Into Investments
  64. Libya: Libya Legislature Moves to Tense Benghazi
  65. Nigeria: Coach Hails Nigeria's Fighting Spirit After World Cup Win
  66. Cameroon: 'We Can Do Better Against Brazil,' Says Coach
  67. Ghana: Appiah Proud of Black Stars' Performance
  68. Nigeria: Several Killed in Village Attack
  69. Nigeria: Nigeria Inches Nearer Round of 16 As Bosnia Bows Out of Brazil
  70. South Sudan: Dozens Killed in Fresh Darfur Clashes
  71. Kenya: Raila Warns Uhuru of Taking Kenya Back to the Dark Kanu Days During Kakamega R
  72. Tanzania: Kikwete Opts to Teach After Retirement
  73. Somalia: Somali Parliament Approves Constitutional Review Commission
  74. Tanzania: Tanzania to Conduct Biometric Voter Registration
  75. South Africa: Govt Denies Zuma Health Rumors
  76. Zimbabwe: We Will Rule Till Donkeys Grow Horns - Zanu-PF
  77. Malawi: President Weds
  78. Malawi: First Couple Ties the Knot
  79. Malawi: Chinese Govt Hands Over K30 Million Maternity Waiting Home in Salima
  80. Malawi: Malawi to Transform From Importing to Exporting Country - Mutharika
  81. Malawi: Pharmacare Donates Dengue Fever Test Kits to Govt
  82. Malawi: MPs See Hope in DPP Govt
  83. Re-introduce practicals: President
  84. Govt gets tough on budget overrruns . . . Restitution from own funds lLegislation on
  85. Economy first, succession later: Chinamasa
  86. The Jukwas: A short history
  87. 37 illegal Ethiopian immigrants nabbed
  88. Truck driver murders wife’s lover
  89. Tuku makes a date with Ladysmith Black Mambazo
  90. TM loses Avondale branch premises
  91. Champs flex muscles…and end highlanders’ unbeaten run
  92. Editorial Comment: HIV tests: Remember the children
  93. Ghana: Ghana, Germany Draw in Thrilling Clash
  94. Mauritania: President Abdel Aziz Expected to Retain Power
  95. Nigeria: Thousands Flee Boko Haram Terror
  96. Liberia: Taylor Seeks Transfer to Rwandan Prison
  97. Mali: Govt Needs to Show Leadership to Tackle Crisis - UN
  98. Somalia: Prominent Journalist Killed in Mogadishu
  99. Uganda: Govt Says U.S Gay Penalties Are 'Blackmail'
  100. South Sudan: Peace Process Stalls
  101. Burundi: Burundi Rubs Salt in the Wound
  102. Uganda: Mama FM Gives Women a Chance to Be Heard
  103. South Africa: 'Expose Us When We Abuse State Resources' - Deputy President
  104. Zimbabwe: Pro-Govt Editor Arrested
  105. Mozambique: Convoys Again Come Under Renamo Fire
  106. Zimbabwe: Sunday Mail Editor Charged With 'Insulting' President
  107. Zimbabwe: Police Claim Sunday Mail Editor Is Baba Jukwa
  108. Zimbabwe: Sunday Mail Editor's Charges Laid Out
  109. Mozambique: Catandica Residents Call for Guebuza-Dhlakama Meeting
  110. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Prioritizes Own Businesses Ahead of Government Challenges
  111. Billionaire At 34? Forget Short-Term Approach To Becoming Rich, Says Mugo Kibati
  112. U.S. Attempting To Blackmail Uganda Over Gay Law
  113. Muslim Gunmen massacre Villagers In Nigeria’s Northeast
  114. Woman Fired Because Of Her Afro?
  115. Film Festival Screens Film On Baby Mama Crisis
  116. Shias March In Iraq As ISIL Captures More Towns
  117. Egypt: Six Brotherhood Supporters Sentenced to Eight Years, One Acquitted
  118. Nigeria: Shell Could Face Fresh Compensation Claims After Landmark Environmental Ruli
  119. Cameroon: Military Seizes War Weapons
  120. Uganda: Uganda Accuses U.S. of Blackmail Over Anti-Gay Law
  121. Uganda: White House On Uganda's Enactment of Anti-Homosexuality Act
  122. Western Sahara: Trial of Saharawi Political Prisoners Adjourned to 2 July
  123. Morocco: British Parliament Draws Government's Attention to Human Rights Situation in
  124. Morocco: HM the King Congratulates Prince Zeid Ben Raad Al-Hussein On Appointment As
  125. Egypt: Egypt Court Calls for Death Sentence for Brotherhood Leader
  126. Nigeria: Super Eagles Have Everything to Play for
  127. Ghana: Black Stars Face Daunting Match-Up With Germany
  128. Cote d'Ivoire: Ivorians Still in Running for World Cup
  129. Nigeria: Boko Haram Mount Roadblocks
  130. Kenya: To Prevent More Mpeketonis Kenya Must Define Somalia Exit Plan
  131. Africa: Should All African Union Summits Take Place in Addis Ababa?
  132. South Sudan: President Kiir - No Interim Government Without Me as President
  133. Lesotho: Maseru Coalition Govt Under Threat
  134. Zimbabwe: Compromise to Succeed Mugabe?
  135. South Africa: Militant Kicked Out of Parliament
  136. South Africa: Latest Big Diamond From SA 'Could Fetch Record Price'
  137. Mozambique: ENH Signs Memorandum of Understanding With Rosneft
  138. Zimbabwe: Sunday Mail Editor Arrested
  139. Namibia: Strangler Jailed for 50 Years
  140. South Africa: Zuma Pledges Friendlier, More Efficient Public Service
  141. Obamas want daughters to share working experience
  142. State to improve service delivery — Zuma
  143. IMPI completely apolitical: Nyarota
  144. The so-called men of God
  145. Intellectuals: To what god is the blood offered?
  146. Editorial Comment: NGOs must reform or die
  147. More men than fathers all around
  148. New Parks board appointed
  149. MP throws weight behind President
  150. Mnangagwa raps sanctions
  151. Africa’s Sahel Region ‘Threatened By Islamist Violence’
  152. US Cuts Aid To Uganda Over Anti-Homosexuality Law
  153. Julius Malema Kicked-Out Of South African Parliament
  154. Will Somalia’s Hydrocarbon Boom Oil Or Spoil Its Future?
  155. How North Africa’s Geopolitics Have Changed Since The Arab Spring
  156. Tech N9ne: Hip-Hop’s Secret Mogul
  157. Homeless Valedictorian Earns Full Scholarship To Georgetown
  158. Libya: U.S. Captures Benghazi Attack Suspect
  159. Mauritania: Presidential Poll Begins Saturday
  160. Sudan: West Kordofan Detainees On Hunger Strike
  161. Eritrea: Eritreans Flee Repression, Says UN Rapporteur
  162. Mozambique: Auction of Mozambican Rubies Nets U.S.$33.5 Million
  163. Africa’s First Smartphone Brand Selling Well In Namibia
  164. How Black Panthers Turned To North Korea In Fight Against US Tyranny
  165. Evictions Are As Bad For Black Women As Prison Is For Black Men
  166. Egypt: Linking Research and Local People Through Organic Agriculture
  167. Africa: No More Excuses for Africa at World Cup
  168. Egypt: Egypt Condemns Israeli Operations in West Bank
  169. Western Sahara: Saharawi Children Celebrate African Child Day Under the Yoke of Colon
  170. Libya: Secret and Incommunicado Detention of Benghazi Suspect Must Stop
  171. Cote d'Ivoire: Gervinho Goal Not Enough for Cote d'Ivoire's Elephants
  172. Liberia: Taylor in Bid to Transfer to Rwandan Prison
  173. West Africa: Ebola Death Toll Rises
  174. Africa: Indomitable Lions Put On a World Cup Horror Show
  175. Nigeria: Dozens Drown in Boat Mishap
  176. Kenya: Odinga Denies Overthrow Plot
  177. Kenya: Corrupt, 'Sex Pest' Professors to Face Justice Via Whistleblower Fund
  178. Sudan: Dengue Fever Outbreak in Red Sea State
  179. Rwanda: Journalist Freed After Four-Year Sentence
  180. South Africa: Union Submits New Demands to Platinum Miners
  181. Mozambique: Rebels Attack Convoys
  182. South Africa: Decoding Zuma's State of the Nation Address
  183. South Africa: Marikana Miners, Families Face Mystery Witness
  184. Mozambique: Soldiers Killed in Armed Confrontation
  185. Angola: MED Recruits Over 2,000 Teachers in Luanda
  186. Zimbabwe: Police Arrest Sunday Mail Editor in Harare
  187. Kereke tax case struck off roll
  188. Zanu-PF in fundraising drive
  189. Chombo defends purchase of vehicles
  190. $3m CMED scam sucks in bigwigs
  191. Sunday Mail editor arrested
  192. VP Mujuru launches anti-rape campaign
  193. More people taking HIV tests
  194. Call for policies that attract FDI
  195. Paternity test results nail Macheso
  196. Ricky Fire launches album tomorrow
  197. Egypt: Al Jazeera Journalist Freed
  198. Egypt: Departments for Combating Sexual Harassment to Be Established
  199. Algeria: Silver Lining to Algeria's World Cup Cloud
  200. Tunisia: Delegation of Twenty Business Managers Accompanying PM in His Visit to Germa
  201. Egypt: Reporter Freed After 10 Months in Prison, 140 Days On Hungers Strike
  202. Africa: Ill-Disciplined Cameroon Out of World Cup
  203. Liberia: Monrovia Residents in Denial Over Ebola Outbreak
  204. Cote d'Ivoire: Ivoirian Coach Plays Cards Close to Chest
  205. Nigeria: Chevron Backing Partnerships to Promote Niger Delta Prosperity
  206. Liberia: Neyor Bows Out of Montserrado Senatorial Race
  207. Kenya: Govt Distributes Relief Items to Mpeketoni Victims
  208. South Sudan: Wildlife Become Casualties of War, Killed to Feed Troops
  209. Tanzania: Rising Stakes Around Secession in Zanzibar
  210. Sudan: Air Force Bombs Clinic, Says NGO
  211. Somalia: Italy Govt to Stop Sending Rescue Ships for Illegal Immigrants
  212. South Africa: Economic Activity Down - Reserve Bank
  213. South Africa: Court Recommends Election Commission Chair's Removal
  214. Africa: How Zambia Became Leader in Refugee Integration
  215. South Africa: The ANC's Long-Term Election Prospects
  216. South Africa: Mixed Reactions to President's State of the Nation
  217. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Says Ready to Re-Engage West
  218. South Africa: Op-Ed - Nelson Mandela, the Prisoner's Power - and Its Meaning for Us T
  219. South Africa: JOHN TO HANDLE
  220. Hungwe speaks
  221. MDCs fight on
  222. Three killed in bus crash
  223. Renewal Team postpones hearing
  224. ‘SMEs can reduce import bill’
  225. Varsity in land acquisition row
  226. China commits to funding Zim-Asset
  227. Cancer risk from bottled water: Experts
  228. Corrupt fat cats face jail time
  229. 216 Acts set to be amended
  230. Israel’s Foreign Minister Vows To Help Africa Fight Terror
  231. Black Workers Stuck In Poverty Wages
  232. White Supremacy Meets “Black Male Rage”: Why Tupac’s Needed More Today Than Ever
  233. When Is It Right to Kill, Asks Rwandan President Paul Kagame
  234. Black Women Are Taking Care of Business
  235. How Jumia Is Adapting E-Retail To Africa
  236. No True African Is A Christian Or Muslim
  237. Africa: Belgium Bounce Back to Beat Algeria
  238. Egypt: Govt to Free Al Jazeera Journalist
  239. Libya: U.S. Secretary of State Kerry's Remarks On the Arrest of Ahmed Abu Khatalla in
  240. Libya: Joint U.S. Department of Defense Statements On the Capture of Ahmed Abu Khatal
  241. Libya: Statement By U.S. Attorney General Holder in the Arrest of Ahmed Abu Khatallah
  242. Cameroon: It's Do or Die for Indomitable Lions
  243. Ghana: Second World Cup Round Looks Long Way Off for Ghana
  244. Nigeria: Search for Girls May Be Impeded By Govt 'Flip-Flops'
  245. Nigeria: Rep. Smith Calls on U.S. to Join Fight Against Boko Haram
  246. Liberia: Ebola Victim's Sister Dies
  247. Kenya: Lamu Attacks Political, Not Terrorism - President Kenyatta
  248. Somalia: Will Hydrocarbon Spoil Oil Future?
  249. Uganda: Budget - 'Tighten Your Belts'
  250. Uganda: Cultivating the Seeds of Education in Uganda