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  1. Editorial Comment: Government’s ebola response laudable
  2. We’ve beaten the best
  3. Tiered capitalisation progressive: BAZ
  4. DeMbare power through
  5. Chihombori eyes Kenyan market
  6. Pressure Grows For GoFundMe To Stop Its ‘Support Officer Darren Wilson’ Campaign
  7. 4D Printing A Disruptive Technology – Report
  8. US Govt-Funded Database To Track “Subversive Propaganda” Online
  9. From Detroit To Ferguson: Being Broke Is Killing Us
  10. Ethiopia: First Addis Tram Tested
  11. Algeria: Ukrainian Cargo Plane Crashes
  12. Egypt: Cairo Court Eases Sentence On Muslim Brotherhood Badie
  13. Egypt: Brotherhood Leader's Death Sentence Amended to Life in Prison
  14. Egypt: Brotherhood Leaders' Trial Over Inciting Violence Postponed
  15. Tunisia: Serious Terrorist Threats in September but We Are Ready to Face Them (Interi
  16. Nigeria: Nigerians Threaten to Burn Ebola Isolation Units
  17. Mali: Rebel Groups Agree to End Hostilities
  18. Cameroon: The 10-Year-Old Leading a Family Following the Death of her Parents
  19. Senegal: Senegal Confirms First Ebola Case - Riots Reported in Guinea City
  20. Nigeria: Global Shapers Give New Boost to Community Work in Kano
  21. Sudan: Politics By Declaration
  22. Madagascar: Locust Swarms Fill Antananarivo Skies
  23. South Sudan: UN Halts Flights Following Helicopter Crash
  24. South Sudan: In South Sudan, Few Take Their Money to the Bank
  25. Somalia: Fierce Fighting Starts in Lower Shabelle Between the Govt Troops and Alshaba
  26. Lesotho: Army Returns to Barracks After Lesotho Coup Bid
  27. Zimbabwe: Corrupt Ministers Face Jail - Mugabe
  28. South Africa: Court Rules Against Lengthy Detention of Illegal Migrants
  29. Zimbabwe: Infant, Maternal Mortality Rates Drop
  30. Southern Africa: Lesotho Prime Minister Asks Regional Block to Help Restore Order
  31. Lesotho: Army Denies Lesotho Coup
  32. Lesotho: South Africa Condemns Army Takeover
  33. Lesotho: Reported Coup Attempt in Lesotho
  34. Africans Make Good In Hong Kong
  35. Bill O’Reilly On Blacks: ‘All You Hear Is Grievance, Grievance, Grievance! Give Me Mo
  36. Zimbabwe Hits 100% Mobile Penetration, Moves To Regulate Social Media
  37. Ferguson Isn’t About Black Rage Against Cops. It’s White Rage Against Blacks
  38. Military Coup Under Way In Lesotho
  39. Libya: Govt Resigns After Islamists Restart Congress
  40. Egypt: Country Loses Human Rights 'Pioneer'
  41. Egypt: Decapitated Head Found in North Sinai's Rafah
  42. Tunisia: Legislative Elections - 795 Lists Filed Till Friday At Midday
  43. Gambia: In Solidarity With Jailed Al Jazeera Journalists
  44. Senegal: Health Minister Confirms First Ebola Case
  45. Cameroon: Military Takes Back Land Seized by Boko Haram
  46. West Africa: Ebola Vaccine Study Fast-Tracked
  47. Mali: Northern Mali Residents Facing Food Crisis
  48. Senegal: Senegal Confirms First Ebola Case
  49. Sudan: Female Activists Arrested Calling for Release of Opposition Figure
  50. Rwanda: Increasing Arrests and Disappearances Rattle Rwandans
  51. Sudan: Security Detains Women Protesters in Omdurman
  52. Kenya: Kenya Passes Law to Step Up Fight Against Human Trafficking
  53. Kenya: Ship With Sh1 Billion Heroin Haul Blown Up Off Kenyan Coast
  54. South Africa: Constitutional Crisis - of What and for Whom?
  55. Mozambique: 'Public Policies Do Not Ensure Social Justice'
  56. South Africa: Judge Dismisses Apartheid Case Against U.S. Companies
  57. Mozambique: War in Mozambique - Ceasefire Agreement Signed
  58. Zimbabwe: Transform Deals Into Real Projects
  59. South Africa: At 22, Johannesburg Lawmaker Stands up for the Poor
  60. South Africa: Khayelitsha Commission - Rift Between Police and Community 'Not Irretri
  61. Angola: Angola Repatriation - Antonio Returns Home After 40 Years in DR Congo
  62. SA’s landless blacks: Why does the impasse continue?
  63. What do the Americans know about the Ebola outbreak?
  64. Editorial Comment: It’s now time for action, Comrades
  65. Youths were told who to vote for – Gomwe
  66. When love, and marriage, go to the dogs
  67. Cde Nyagumbo fought from prison
  68. Be vigilant, SK urges ZRP
  69. MDC-T on frantic begging spree
  70. In trouble over nudity
  71. Govt clears air on Ebola
  72. 7 Inspiring Rags To Riches Stories Of Entrepreneurs
  73. China’s Designs On Africa In Dispute
  74. Video Shows Police Shot John Crawford ‘On Sight’ As He Leaned On Toy Gun In Walmart
  75. Clamping Down On Opposition: South African Defense Minister Labels EFF A National Sec
  76. Listen: Audio Recording Allegedly Captures Moment Michael Brown Was Shot
  77. 5 Reasons To Suspect Jesus Never Existed
  78. Is The Hatred For Trade Schools Really Class Warfare? Are Black Students The Real Tar
  79. Libya: Fighting 'Unprecedented in Gravity,' Warns Outgoing UN Envoy
  80. Egypt: Using Crossing for First Time in 7 Years, UN Brings Food Aid to Gaza
  81. Libya: U.N Warned of Possible Civil War
  82. Egypt: Nile Basin Tension Mounts As Waters Decline
  83. Libya: French President Urges 'Exceptional' UN Support for Libya
  84. Liberia: People Power Is Changing Ebola Narrative
  85. Nigeria: President Slams Ebola Stigmatisation of Nigerians
  86. Liberia: CDC Boss Bemoans Liberia - 'Worst Ever Ebola Outbreak'
  87. Liberia: UNMIL - No Sign of Ebola Reduction, Cites Slow Liberia's Response
  88. Liberia: WHO Opposes Ebola Travel Bans
  89. East Africa: Region's Missed Opportunity for Action On South Sudan
  90. Africa: African Court Immunity for Sitting Leaders Condemned
  91. Burundi: Blood Woes in Burundi
  92. Tanzania: New Law to Shield Whistleblowers
  93. Uganda: HIV Prevention Act Angers Ugandan Aids Activists
  94. Namibia: Shooting During Protest Leaves One Dead
  95. Zambia: President Sata to Open Parliament Amid Health Concerns
  96. Malawi: Ministers' Bid for Hefty Pay Increases Blocked
  97. South Africa: Zuma 'Spy Tape' Appeal Dismissed by Court
  98. Africa: Will 74,400 Women Be Raped This August in South Africa?
  99. Swaziland: Continuing Clamp Down On Free Speech in Swaziland
  100. South Africa: Jaguar F-Type Coupé V6 S - Leaping Forward
  101. South Africa: Angy Peter Trial - Judge Wants Police to Explain Mistakes
  102. 21-day quarantine for Ebola suspects
  103. FBCH/Turnall marriage ends
  104. ‘Give them AFCON 2017
  105. Emulate First family, farmers urged
  106. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zanu-PF gag order ill-advised
  107. Zimplow signs $10m facilities
  108. Zanu-PF Youths to brief President
  109. Dube loses PSMAS salary arrears case
  110. The media and parliamentary accountability
  111. The Herald maintains dominance
  112. Ghana’s Talented But Ignored Inventors
  113. Nile Basin Tension Mounts As Waters Decline
  114. Ancient Stones Hint At How Humans Migrated Out Of Africa
  115. Chinese Involved In All Of Africa’s Ivory Smuggling: Report
  116. S. Africa’s Jacob Zuma Faces Relentless ‘Public Protector’
  117. From Hair Care To Racism, Afro-Germans Share Experiences Online
  118. The Real Reasons White People Can’t Empathize Black Suffering
  119. Egypt: Egypt-Sponsored Gaza Ceasefire in Effect
  120. Egypt: U.S. Accuses Egypt and UAE of Conducting Airstrikes in Libya
  121. Egypt: Military Spokesman 17.5 Million Cubic Meters Dug At Suez Canal Project
  122. Libya: Political Crisis Splits Libya
  123. Egypt: Jailed Brotherhood Leaders Refuse to Meet With June 30 Fact-Finding Committee
  124. Sierra Leone: How Midwives On Turtle Islands Are Improving Women's Health
  125. Nigeria: One Active Ebola Case Left - Health Minister
  126. Liberia: Officials Who Left Amid Ebola Outbreak Fired
  127. West Africa: MSF's New Ebola Centres Already Overwhelmed
  128. Liberia: Minister Told to Apologize for 'Disturbing' Church
  129. Ethiopia: In Search for Power, Ethiopia Turns to Growing Sugar
  130. Kenya: How Not to Solve Terrorism
  131. South Sudan: UN Helicopter Crashes
  132. Sudan: Govt to Begin Implementation of Security Arrangement With Ex-Darfur Rebels
  133. Sudan: Appeal Court Orders Re-Arrest of Suspect in the Killing of a Protestor
  134. Southern Africa: Giving the Private Sector a Voice in SACU
  135. Mozambique: Army Accused of Continued Presence
  136. Swaziland: Swaziland Is Moving Towards Commercial Farming
  137. Swaziland: Police Stop Workers From Praying
  138. South Africa: Fall From Grace - Pallo Zweledinga Jordan
  139. Zimbabwe: Reserve Bank to Import Special Coins to Ease Shortages - Report
  140. South Africa: Klerksdorp Joins Fight Against Ebola
  141. South Africa: Soapie Dispute Like Apartheid - Kani
  142. Raj opens up on Asiagate
  143. Zanu-PF gags party officials
  144. Major facelift for resettlement areas
  145. Mpofu to be quizzed over US$600 000 legal fees
  146. US$38m boost for farmers
  147. Sino-Zim deals to create more jobs
  148. Editorial Comment: Unbanked public missing liquidity link
  149. Msika: Visionary, fearless founding nationalist
  150. Vending: A reality Harare has accepted
  151. Telecel to lay off contract employees
  152. East African States Give Troops For New Standby Force
  153. More Mega Deals Struck Between Zimbabwe And China
  154. Which African Cities Will Offer The Best Opportunities In Coming Years?
  155. Pros And Cons Of Buying A Franchise Business: Perspectives From An Entrepreneur
  156. How Long Will The ANC Put Up With Jacob Zuma?
  157. Royal Caribbean Hires Robot Bartenders
  158. Ethiopian Minister Criticizes Egyptian Media Over Renaissance Dam
  159. Libya: Turmoil in Parliament - Two Assemblies, Two Premiers
  160. Libya: Libya Boosts Vision 2016 Initiative With Tractors
  161. Egypt: Military Tribunal Preliminarily Sentences Seven to Death
  162. Morocco: Morocco - the Series of Violations Against the Political Detainees Continues
  163. Libya: Libya's Neighbors Won't Intervene in 'Domestic Affairs'
  164. West Africa: Building Public Trust Key Factor in Fighting Worst Ebola Outbreak
  165. West Africa: Flight Restrictions Hamper Ability to Battle Ebola - UN
  166. Nigeria: Country Can Eradicate Ebola 'By September'
  167. Nigeria: Troops Flee Rampaging Boko Haram Fighters
  168. Gambia: Jammeh Appoints New Justice, Foreign Minister
  169. Tanzania: Ritual Killings of People With Albinism Increase
  170. Kenya: Plane Crashes After Private Resort Take-Off
  171. Ethiopia: Creativity Is the New Money
  172. South Sudan: IGAD Gives Rivals 45 Days to End Conflict
  173. South Sudan: Wolf Releases Letter Urging Bush Library to Help Resolve Crisis in South
  174. Africa: South Africa Narrowly Avoids Recession
  175. Zimbabwe: Mugabe, China Sign 'Landmark' Deals
  176. South Africa: Can Courts Help the Fight for Social Justice?
  177. Zimbabwe: Author Doris Lessing Donates Library to Harare
  178. South Africa: Former Mineral Resources Minister Faces Marikana Commission
  179. Malawi: Malawi and Brazil HIV Project in Limbo for Three Years
  180. South Africa: 'Contingency Plan' for Parliamentary Disruptions - Minister
  181. Swaziland: Terror Charge for Shouting Slogan
  182. TEN MILLION DOLLARS: Sponsors continue to flock into local Premiership corner
  183. Former Airzim bosses off the hook – for now
  184. Millers hit brick wall
  185. Andy Brown’s widow sells drugs to make ends meet, court told
  186. Man accuses ex of tampering with son’s birth certificate
  187. Youths targeted in Zanu-PF purge
  188. Harare offer’s First Lady key slot
  189. Zimpapers promises pro-family radio
  190. 7 majors promoted to Lieutenant-Colonels
  191. China, African diplomats praise President Mugabe
  192. South Sudan Rebels Agree On Ceasefire
  193. Report: Technology Creating Black Underclass
  194. Black Americans See Less Harmony With Police — And With Whites
  195. Chamber Urges Consumers To ‘Shop Black’ This Week
  196. Navy Discharges Black Sailor For Refusing To Cut Off Her Natural Hair
  197. NRA Praises White Vigilante Patrols That Shot Blacks After Katrina
  198. ANCYL Warns Of Party’s Demise
  199. East Africa: Renaissance Dam Talks Kick Off in Khartoum
  200. Africa: Italy Rescues 3,500 Migrants, Finds 18 Bodies At Sea
  201. Libya: Gunmen Storm HQ of Alassema TV and Kidnap Its Crew
  202. Egypt: EOHR Demands the Egyptian Government for an Investigation On the Execution of
  203. Libya: Two Directors of Libya International Channel Abducted
  204. Nigeria: Chibok Girls - Parents Say Funeral Rites Already Performed
  205. Liberia: Hospital Loses Second Doctor to Ebola After Zmapp Injection
  206. Nigeria: Doctors Suspend Strike
  207. Nigeria: 20 Killed, 85 Injured in Fresh Taraba Crisis
  208. Nigeria: Nigeria Denies Boko Haram 'Caliphate' Claim
  209. South Sudan: Warring South Sudanese Sign New Agreement
  210. Africa: Media Launch Campaign Against Hate Speech
  211. Uganda: Women's Football Struggles for Equal Rights
  212. South Sudan: UN Mission Condemns Detention of Ceasefire Monitors in Unity State
  213. South Africa: Ruling Party Steers Zuma Scandal to Parliament
  214. Zambia: Succession Battle Heats Up
  215. South Africa: Commission Finds 'Serious Inefficiencies' in Khayelitsha Policing
  216. Swaziland: Democrat Leader 'Critically Ill' in Jail
  217. Lesotho: Lesotho Prime Minister Defends Gupta Diplomatic Passports - Report
  218. South Africa: Corruption-Buster Confronts Zuma
  219. Mozambique: Mozambique Government, Former Rebels Sign Peace Pact
  220. South Africa: Marikana Public Violence Accused Appear in Court
  221. Chinese leader salutes President
  222. BIG BOYS CLUB . . . Giants clash in richest one-off game
  223. Remember the good old days?
  224. Mangwiro a happy man
  225. Editorial Comment: Paradigm shift vital to understand job creation
  226. Tsvangirai and the real legitimacy crisis
  227. ZSE goes electronic
  228. Young Sables leave for CAR tourney
  229. Poor Zim blown away
  230. Gulliver requires $10m to clear debts, recapitalise
  231. Tanzania: Assailants Kill Three, Injure Six in Tanzanian Bus Attack
  232. Angola: Angola Complies With Global Commitments - Environment Minister
  233. Angola: Ene to Triple Installed Power of Mbanza Congo Thermal Station
  234. Zambia: Chikanta HIV/Aids Policy a Milestone
  235. Libya: Militia Claims Tripoli Airport
  236. Egypt: Sisi Denies Egyptian Military Operation in Libya
  237. Algeria/Cameroon: Cameroonian Striker Killed Following Team Loss
  238. Tunisia: Three Dead As Pleasure Boat Sinks Off Hammamet
  239. Egypt/Cote d'Ivoire: Ahly, Sewe Sport Reach Semis
  240. West Africa: With Better Ebola Response, 'Outbreak Would Be Over' - CDC's Frieden
  241. Nigeria: Doctors End Strike, Resume Work Today
  242. Sierra Leone: Govt Criminalises Hiding of Ebola Patients
  243. Nigeria: Police Officers Missing After Borno Attack
  244. Sierra Leone: British Citizen Sick With Ebola Evacuated
  245. Africa: Migrants Die Off Italy
  246. South Sudan: Rebels Seize Monitors' Helicopter
  247. Eritrea: Border Guards Kill Eritrean Migrants
  248. Kenya: Breaking - Police Shoot Youth in Kasarani Land Tussle
  249. Africa: Italian Navy Rescue Hundreds of Illegal Immigrants
  250. Mozambique: Govt, Rebels Sign Peace Deal