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  1. Zimbabwe: Broke Govt Resorts to Doubling Toll Gate Fees
  2. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Moves Goalposts Ahead of Congress
  3. South Africa: Meggie Malindi - From Clerk to Farmer
  4. Zimbabwe: President Mugabe Arrives for Golden Jubilee Celebrations
  5. Seven Tips For Entrepreneurs Wanting To Be The Next Dangote
  6. African Immigrants In Libya Being Tortured
  7. Outrage As Ad Shows Black Boy As Dog Being Fed By White Woman
  8. Fresh Headache For Uganda As Ethiopian Army Enters Juba
  9. Growing African Armoured Vehicles Market Worth $1.2 Billion By 2024
  10. Trooper Filmed ‘Savagely Beating Black Woman On Roadside In California
  11. Walking While Black- Is It A Crime?
  12. Tunisia: Tunisia Sets Poll Date
  13. West Africa: 'Caliphate' Claim Sparks New Jihadist Infighting
  14. Egypt: Five Injured in Alexandria Train Blast
  15. Egypt: Pro-Mursi Alliance Calls for "Friday of Anger" Rallies
  16. Egypt: Eight Extremists Killed in Crackdown On Sinai - Sources
  17. West Africa: Ebola Conference Agrees to Set Up Regional Fund
  18. Gambia: Police Detain Journalist for Human Trafficking Story
  19. Ghana: Disciplinary Sanction for Essien, A New Code of Conduct for Ghana
  20. Nigeria: Govt Open to All Possibilities on Chibok Girls - Okonjo-Iweala
  21. Liberia: 10 Nurses Quarantined At C.H. Rennie Hospital
  22. Kenya: Al Shabaab's Foreign Operations Arm Is Busy Recruiting
  23. Kenya: Politics and Terrorism - Ticking Time Bombs
  24. Ethiopia: Electoral Politics and Power Strategies in Ethiopia
  25. Ethiopia: Human Rights and Wrongs
  26. South Sudan: Number of People Sheltering At UN Bases to Remain High in Coming Months
  27. Namibia: Namibia's Gender Zebra
  28. Mozambique: Obama Urged to Sanction Govt Over Elephant, Rhino Poaching
  29. Botswana: San Face 10 Years of Abuse Despite Landmark Legal Victory
  30. Zambia: Zambia Focuses On Young People for a More Prosperous and Aids-Free Generation
  31. Zimbabwe: Shoemaking Saves Jobless Youth
  32. Southern Africa: SADC to Benefit From African Infrastructure Programme
  33. South Africa: Union Rejects Metals Offer, Seifsa Says
  34. Zimbabwe: 'Baba Jukwa' Saga Sucks in Kasukuwere
  35. Kudzayi happy with freedom
  36. Woman loses $200 000 to conmen
  37. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Reflections on Malawi’s Golden Jubilee
  38. ‘Zim has demonstrated leadership in Sadc
  39. It’s now or never for Sables
  40. A week in paradise
  41. Toll fees go up
  42. BAR TALK: Of junkets gone awry and useful maniacs
  43. US hypocrisy on sanctions rapped
  44. Can Black Rhinos ambush champs?
  45. Morocco: Morocco - Rapper Convicted After Apparently Unfair Trial
  46. Morocco: Polisario Front Condemns Rabat's Apathy Towards AU and UN Resolutions - Offi
  47. Lesotho: SA Commends Lesotho After Crisis Eases
  48. Egypt: 'Catastrophic Decline in Human Rights' One Year After Mursi's Ouster - Amnesty
  49. Egypt: Bombs Explode On Anniversary of Mursi's Ouster
  50. Nigeria: Chibok Girls - Our Hope Is Waning - Parents
  51. Senegal: Mobile Phone App Helps Diabetics During Ramadan
  52. Nigeria: Carnage From Boko Haram Attacks Cannot Break Up Nigeria - Soyinka
  53. Liberia: U.S. Donates Protective Equipment to Fight Ebola
  54. West Africa: Red Cross Suspends Guinea Ebola Treatment After Staff Attacked
  55. South Sudan: Security Forces Confiscate Newspaper For Reporting on Federalism
  56. Tanzania: Biogas Benefits in Tanzania
  57. South Sudan: UK Charities Face Cash Crunch, Fear Famine
  58. Tanzania: Firewood to Biogas, Men Step Up and Women Get a Break
  59. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Softens Economic Approach, Desperate for Investment
  60. Zambia: Supreme Court Rules MPs Can Re-Contest Seats
  61. Zimbabwe: Remaining White Farmers Must Go - Mugabe
  62. South Africa: July By-Elections, in Numbers
  63. South Africa: July By-Elections - General Election Aftershocks and Other Observations
  64. Southern Africa: SADC for Eradication of Regional Migration Flaws
  65. South Africa: Mystery Marikana Witness Describes Ritual to Court
  66. South Africa: Pistorius's Fight or Flight Reflex Questioned
  67. Govt reins in parastatals
  68. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time tobacco farmers went green
  69. IDBZ to restructure balance sheet
  70. Stakeholders hail A1 permits
  71. Soul Jah Love divides promoters
  72. 33 killed in road accidents
  73. Ex-RBZ chief faces contempt of court
  74. 14 GAMES, NO DEFEAT . . . You got to love the newboys ZPC Kariba
  75. Sakupwanya national hero
  76. Uganda beefs up security ahead of WC final matches
  77. Women Who Use The Contraceptive Pill Could Be Less Fertile
  78. Fake Heroes – The Gantt Report
  79. Why Do Some Men Prefer Older Women?
  80. America Can Be A Violent, Hateful Place: One Group Is Fighting Back
  81. Somalia: Lawmaker Killed in Mogadishu Gun Attack
  82. Kenya: Jubilee, Cord Reject MPs' National Dialogue Initiative
  83. Egypt: Mursi's Son Jailed Over Drugs
  84. Morocco: Four Danish Municipalities Stop Purchase of Western Sahara Salt, Says WSRW
  85. South Africa: ANC Asks Socialist International to Contribute in Supporting Saharawi C
  86. Tunisia: Four Soldiers Killed As Mine Explodes On Mount Ouergha
  87. Egypt: Ex-UK PM Tony Blair to Advise Egypt's Sisi On Economic Reform - the Guardian
  88. West Africa: Ministers Meet On Ebola Crisis
  89. Nigeria: Doctors' Strike Paralyses Services
  90. Mali: Did France's Intervention Work?
  91. Nigeria: 'Jews (Read - Northerners) Unwelcome'
  92. West Africa: 'Leave No Stone Unturned' to Halt Ebola's Rapid Spread in West Africa, U
  93. South Sudan: Darfur Peacekeepers Probed
  94. Sudan: A Town Destroyed - Leer, South Sudan
  95. Sudan: Christian Woman Hiding After New 'Forgery' Charge
  96. Uganda: UN Blacklists Uganda Rebels Hiding in DR Congo
  97. Sudan: Ranking S. Sudan Politician Joins Rebels
  98. South Africa: The Economics of Deadly Illegal Mining
  99. Zambia: Supreme Court to Issue Crucial Ruling On MPs
  100. South Africa: Striking Workers Threaten 'Total Blackout'
  101. South Africa: 'We Shouldn't Be Surprised if Boko Haram Are Here'
  102. South Africa: Khoi, San People 'Not Forgotten on Land Claims'
  103. Uganda: Uganda Seeks Electoral Lessons From Malawi
  104. South Africa: EFF Gauteng Barred Over Dress Code
  105. Student in trouble over Baba Jukwa
  106. Govt works on clearing debt
  107. No arrests for salarygate fat cats
  108. Gumbura, secretary apply for discharge
  109. Unlucky Sables
  110. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Confidence-building vital first step
  111. Businessman takes Zimra to Concourt
  112. Capital Bank workers fight liquidation
  113. Dawn of new era for A1 farmers
  114. Allow justifiable homicide: Police
  115. Mobs Block Passage For Buses Carrying Illegal Immigrants In California
  116. ISIS Release Map Showing Most Of Africa Under Arab Islamic Rule
  117. South Africa’s Ticking Time Bomb
  118. University Shows Support For Female Professor Body-Slammed By Police For “Jaywalking”
  119. South Africa Renews Law Allowing Claims For Land Stolen Under Apartheid
  120. 5 Reasons To Visit South Africa’s Wild Coast Now
  121. Student Body President Pressured To Resign After ‘Offending’ White Students
  122. Egypt: Govt Asks People for Donations to Help Economy
  123. Algeria: Algeria Prepare for Life after Coach Halilhodzic
  124. Egypt: Six-Month Sentence for Sexual Harasser
  125. Tunisia: Kidnapped Tunisian Diplomats Released in Libya
  126. North Africa: Migrants Found Dead On Boat Near Sicily
  127. Mauritania: Aziz Victorious, but Opposition Primed for Future Confrontations
  128. Nigeria: Maiduguri Market Explosion Kills 10
  129. Cameroon: Indomitable Lions Accused of World Cup Match-Fixing
  130. Nigeria: Yobo, Enyeama, Odemnwingie Give Way to Upcoming Players
  131. Ghana: Marchers Petition President Over 'Worsening Conditions'
  132. South Sudan: South Sudan Needs Help to Avoid Collapse - Official
  133. Kenya: Infighting Is Good for No One, Except Al-Shabaab
  134. Kenya: Teenagers With HIV Rebel Against Drug Regimen
  135. South Sudan: Rebels Demand U.S.$1.5m to Release Kenyan Pilot - Juba
  136. Ethiopia: Trekking With Nomads, For a Better Life
  137. Malawi: What Links Hyenas, Shaved Heads and Child Marriage in Malawi?
  138. South Africa: Unions Welcome Metal, Engineering Strike
  139. South Africa: AfDB Approves Loan for Solar Project
  140. Malawi: President Must Win Donor Support By Showing He's His Own Man
  141. South Africa: Metal Sector Strike Political, Union Leader Says
  142. South Africa: Pistorius Only Lost Temper Twice, Court Hears
  143. South Africa: Czech, Danish Victories At MTB World Champs
  144. Africa: World Leaders: Women and Children Must Be Central to New 2030 Global Poverty
  145. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Taxman mustn’t bite hand that feeds
  146. Stop cash leakages
  147. Is he replacing James?
  148. State files response to Kudzayi’s bail application
  149. Tobacco farmers pocket $650m
  150. Tsvangirai’s low opinion of himself
  151. Rita, Davido plan Zim tours
  152. SAA FLIGHT DELAYED FOR 5 HOURS AS . . . Pilot strips naked at Harare Airport
  153. Nicolas Sarkozy detained for questioning
  154. Army General sues Govt
  155. ‘Dr. Joshua Nkomo’s Towering Legacy Lives’
  156. Somalia: Heading From Fragility To Fragmentation?
  157. Over 20,000 Jamaicans Rally Against Homosexual Agenda
  158. Detroit And Iraq: Both Devastated By The Same Thieves
  159. Book Proves Black People Do Support Each Other’s Businesses?
  160. New Program Empowers Black Women Financially In The $10 Billion Hair Weave Industry
  161. How Bill Clinton Cashed In After Leaving White House
  162. Africa: Germany End Africa's World Cup Dream
  163. Egypt: Sisi Promises 'Retribution for New Martyrs'
  164. Egypt: UN Experts Urge Egypt to Overturn Largest Confirmed Mass Death Verdict
  165. Egypt: Explosions Near Presidential Palace Kill Two
  166. Tunisia: Tunisian Jihadist Video Sparks Outrage
  167. Africa: Unlucky Nigeria Ousted By France
  168. Nigeria: We Will Not Bow to Terror, Says Jonathan
  169. Africa: AU Summit Approves Creation of African Monetary Fund
  170. Liberia: Sirleaf Vows Prosecution for 'Holding' Ebola Sufferers
  171. Liberia: Implementing the Turth Commission's Recommendations - Five Years on
  172. South Sudan: Women 'Collateral Damage' in War
  173. East Africa: Serengeti Road in Balance
  174. South Sudan: Govt Objects to World's Most Fragile State Label
  175. Kenya: Post-Election Arson in Rift Valley Was 'Planned'
  176. Eritrea: Rights Group Urges Countries to Vote Today for Landmark UN Inquiry On Eritre
  177. Zimbabwe: Big Layoffs As Diamonds Run Out
  178. Africa: How To Save Millions of Girls' and Women's Lives
  179. South Africa: Revitalising Agriculture - Healing the Land, Feeding Our Nation
  180. Zambia: Bid to Move President Sata from Israel to India - Report
  181. Africa: Graca Machel Makes Historic Call on Maternal, Child Mortality
  182. South Africa: Pistorius Trial to Resume After Psychiatric Tests
  183. South Africa: Policing - It Doesn't Have to Be the Low Road
  184. South Africa: Workers Say Metrorail Endangers Their Livelihoods and Lives
  185. Biggest kids shows on CN and Boomerang
  186. Why you should be reading the Constitution
  187. Staff behaviour must match customer expectations
  188. ‘Oscar not mentally ill at time of crime’
  189. World Cup: Nigeria crash out
  190. Editorial Comment: Future is green, E15 will boost economy
  191. Plaxedes the businesswoman
  192. Neymar a fitness worry
  193. ANC and the era of ‘politics of the stomach’
  194. Boko Haram strikes again
  195. Judge Dismisses George Zimmerman Lawsuit Against NBC
  196. Black Dollar Project: Changing The Game $1 At A Time
  197. American Man Rows Across Atlantic, Reaches Caribbean
  198. Brazil’s World Cup Team And Their Women: Color Doesn’t Matter Or Fear Of The Dark?
  199. Retaliation? Israeli Security In Vicious Attack On Africans
  200. Pan-Africanism And The Quest For Black Power Today
  201. God Loves The Gantt Report
  202. Kenya: Opposition Using Mungiki, MRC to Cause Chaos-Ole Lenku
  203. Algeria: Fighting Algeria Readies for World Cup Clash With Germany
  204. Egypt: Soldiers Killed in Sinai Attack
  205. Egypt: Ethiopia Pledges Not to Harm Egypt's Water Interests
  206. Algeria: I Don't Want This Dream to End - Slimani
  207. Egypt: Court Sentences 16 Brotherhood Members to Three Years
  208. Nigeria: Super Eagles Go in Search of History in Brazil
  209. Nigeria: Several Killed in Kaduna, Bauchi, Taraba Attacks
  210. Nigeria: Massive Attack in Village Near Chibok
  211. Nigeria: Scores Feared Killed, Churches Burnt As Gunmen Attack Communities Near Chibo
  212. Nigeria: I Believe in This Team - Yobo
  213. Sudan: Rebel Leader Killed in Gun Battle
  214. Tanzania: Moshi Rural Grapples With HIV Infection As Donors Call It Quits
  215. South Sudan: Why Are Peace Talks Have Been Adjourned?
  216. Tanzania: New Law to Boost Revenue Collection
  217. Zambia: Several Families Evicted
  218. Zimbabwe: Tight Security As Biti Unveils New Colours
  219. Zambia: Foreigners Warned Against Illegal Mukula Timber Trade
  220. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Crisis Indaba - Nothing but Promises
  221. Zimbabwe: Probe Revenue Abuse Allegations - NCA
  222. Zimbabwe: FC Platinum Edge Bantu Rovers
  223. Zimbabwe: Like Ncube, Biti On Path to Doom - Tsvangirai
  224. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai a National Embarrassment - Biti
  225. Farmers to pay rent to Govt for using land
  226. Car assemblers condemn E15 fuel
  227. $355m power project begins •Financier to pour in cash •Contractors move on site
  228. Director Army Education Colonel Hungwe dies
  229. Kombi operators speak on way forward in transport
  230. Caps dare to believe
  231. Slizer warns Young Igwe
  232. Star FM party lives to its billing
  233. SA metal workers threaten strike
  234. Homework for Tiger
  235. Sudan: Egyptian President Concludes Lightning Visit to Sudan
  236. Egypt: Bomb Blast Kills Girl, Wounds Mother
  237. Egypt: Mubarak Sons Released Pending Trial
  238. Africa: CAF President Salutes Algeria, Nigeria, Urges Them to Go As Far As Possible
  239. Egypt: Egypt and Ethiopia Form Committee to Discuss Bilateral Ties
  240. Nigeria: Bomb Attack Leaves Ten Dead
  241. Nigeria: Army Claims Killing Suspected Terrorists
  242. West Africa: Ebola Outbreak 'Not Out of Hand' -UN Agency
  243. Nigeria: Osaze Odemwingie - a Wonderful 'Rejected Stone'
  244. South Sudan: No Quick Solution to Crisis
  245. Somalia: Al Shabaab Militants Attack Army Base
  246. South Sudan: Nation Still Using Child Soldiers, Says UN Envoy
  247. Sudan: Apostasy Woman Released On Bail
  248. Kenya: Sexual Offences On the Rise in Kenya
  249. Zimbabwe: High Court Blocks Tsvangirai Suspension
  250. Mozambique: Renamo Press for Demands