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  1. Mbara dumps dembare
  2. Namibian communal conservancies in jeopardy
  3. Tanzania abound with potential for Zim products
  4. ‘We’ve the right to travel our own path’
  5. Sunday Mail trio seeks acquittal
  6. French business delegations to visit Zim
  7. Allan Chimbetu revisits Simon’s vision
  8. Top radio station celebrates all that is Zimbabwean
  9. Zim in historic London conference
  10. Young writers show Africa the way
  11. Nigeria: MTN Chief Financial Officer Resigns
  12. South Africa: The Difficult Exit From the Gang
  13. Zimbabwe: Protests Spread Amid Growing Anger Against Mugabe
  14. South Africa: Lidudumalingani Wins Caine Prize for African Writing
  15. South Africa: Govt Voted Against Online Freedoms, Thought We Wouldn't Find Out
  16. South Africa: 'The Oscar Pistorius Interview' - Are We Being Manipulated? If So, By W
  17. South Africa: What's Needed to Step Away From the Downgrade Precipice
  18. Somalia: Government Pardons Prisoners Ahead of Eid Fitr Festival
  19. Uganda: Museveni Makes Palestine Gaffe During Netanyahu Visit
  20. Uganda: Govt Reconsiders Troop Pullout From Somalia, Museveni Says
  21. Uganda: Theft of Vital Medical Equipment Puts Lives At Risk
  22. Africa: Adding Value to Future of Art in Africa
  23. Ghana: 'Sex-for-Job' Remark Rekindles Debate Over Sexism in Politics
  24. Nigeria: 'Bad Blood' Fears Fuel Abuse of Children Born of Boko Haram Rape
  25. Nigeria: Will Baru's Appointment Resolve the Niger Delta Crisis?
  26. Ghana: Government to Subsidise Electricity
  27. Nigeria: Boko Haram - Why Jaw-Jaw Might Be Better Than War-War
  28. Algeria: Saudi Arabia Attacks - No Algerian Casualty Reported
  29. Algeria: Algeria Condemns in Strongest Terms Terrorist Attacks in Saudi Arabia
  30. Algeria: Zitouni Calls On Young People to Continue Building Process By Drawing Inspir
  31. Egypt: Divorces Up By 10.8 Per Cent in 2015 - Official Statistics Agency
  32. Egypt: Erdogan Says Turkey Has No Issue With Egyptian People, Only With Ruler - Agenc
  33. Zimbabwe: The Revolution Will Be Hashtagged
  34. Nigeria: Buhari Removes Kachikwu As Petroleum Boss
  35. Nigeria: Abia State to Remain Without Governor Till July 7
  36. Nigeria: Buhari Welcomes Foreign Support to Diversify Economy
  37. Uganda To Pull Army Out Of Somalia And CAR
  38. No Charges For French Soldiers Who Raped African Children
  39. U.S. Arming Somali Warlords To Fight Against Al-Shabaab
  40. The Crack Candidates – The Gantt Report
  41. Unarmed Man Tortured, Maimed, Then Killed By Mississippi Cop
  42. British Transvestites Set To Compete Against Women At Olympic Games
  43. Black Labor White Wealth: The Black Man Who Created Jack Daniels
  44. Jah Prayzah reflects on career
  45. ZSE debt listing rules approved
  46. Govt to set up standards regulatory authority
  47. UPDATED: Lumumba comes out of hiding
  48. 30 NABBED IN EPWORTH, RUWA AS . . . Police rein in rowdy touts
  49. Put us on judges’ pay scale, say chiefs
  50. President calls for unity in Masvingo
  51. Govt reassures civil servants
  52. Zivhu warns traders against violence
  53. MDC-T in bid to escalate violence
  54. South Africa: Why Indian PM Narendra Modi Doesn't Deserve the Red Carpet
  55. Swaziland: Swazi King Set to Get 375-Seater Jet
  56. South Africa: The SABC's 'Betrayal of the South African Public'
  57. Zimbabwe: Taxi Operators and Police Clash
  58. Zimbabwe: Company Pays Employees in Bricks, Tiles
  59. Zimbabwe: Amid Drought, Mystery Disease Kills Baobabs
  60. Zimbabwe: Can IMF Really Drag Nation Out of Crisis?
  61. Africa: Israeli Leader Makes Landmark African Tour
  62. Kenya: Govt Secures $350 Million Loan to Cut Youth Unemployment
  63. Sudan: Activists Call for Release of Political Detainees
  64. Kenya: Companies Now Liable for Climate Change Damages
  65. Africa: Indian PM Modi's African Safari
  66. Nigeria: Natural Hair Care Movement Takes Root
  67. Nigeria: Guardiola Halts Iheanacho's Olympic Dream
  68. Nigeria: Govt to Review Huge Nollywood Grant
  69. Nigeria: Fuel Crisis Looms, As Oil Workers Plan Strike
  70. Nigeria: Twitter Takes Down Niger Delta Avengers' Account
  71. Algeria: Algeria Catches Its Full Annual Quota of Bluefin Tuna
  72. Libya: UN Mission Documents 49 Civilian Casualties in June
  73. Algeria: Algerian Liberation War 'Is Our Example in Liberation of Palestine'
  74. Egypt: Roundup of Egypt's Press Headlines On Jul. 4, 2016
  75. Egypt: Egyptair Committee - Remains of Victims to Be Identified
  76. Zanu-PF flays regime change activists
  77. 99-year-lease bankable document ready
  78. Connie leaves ‘Generations’
  79. Telecel cuts TeleCash tariffs
  80. True nationalism
  81. Mixed bag at Freeman bash . . . Seh Calaz steals show
  82. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s take the national game seriously
  83. Turning the arts into business
  84. ‘Import controls to boost capacity, save jobs’
  85. CAPS blow chance
  86. Malawi: Political Scientist Dulani Cautions DPP Against Ignoring Kalindo On Activism
  87. Malawi: Opposition Party Suspends MP for Workng With Another Party
  88. Malawi: Resolute Wizards Frustrate Bullets - Malawi TNM Super League
  89. Zimbabwe: Minister Ridicules Morgan Tsvangirai Over Illness
  90. Zimbabwe: Under Siege Mugabe Hangs On in the Face of Protests
  91. Angola: President Sacks Vice Governor
  92. Zimbabwe: Family Claims Lumumba Kidnapped After Insulting Mugabe
  93. South Africa: Anti-Democratic Element in Student Movements Holds Warnings
  94. South Sudan: Dozens Killed As Violence Flares in Wau
  95. Africa: Madonna Visits Continent's Largest Slum
  96. Uganda: Mission (Not) Accomplished
  97. Rwanda: Dusty Chalk Put Teachers' Lives At Risk
  98. Kenya: Police to Be Charged With Murder of Human Rights Lawyer
  99. Nigeria: Ssallah Celebrations - NSCDC Deploys Over 2000 Personnel in Bauchi
  100. Nigeria: That Education in Western Nigeria May Prosper Again
  101. Nigeria: Retired Military Officers Distance Self From Alleged Planned Pension Protest
  102. Nigeria: What Buhari Can Do to Help Ogoniland Clean Up Oil Pollution
  103. Sierra Leone: Did the World Fail Ebola Orphans in Sierra Leone?
  104. Egypt: Policewoman Tells Women Not to Worry About Harassment During Eid
  105. Zambia: Youth Mints Gold in Taekwondo Tourney
  106. Zambia: 2016 Cosafa Under-17 Draws Tough - Mutapa
  107. Zimbabwe: Musina Traders Cry Foul
  108. Mozambique: Autopsies to Be Carried Out On Bodies Found in Macossa
  109. Zimbabwe: Former Ruling Party Official Wanted for Insulting Mugabe
  110. Mozambique: Mediators Invited to Govt/Renamo Dialogue
  111. Malawi: Seven Ministers Implicated in Multi-Million Scandal
  112. Botswana: Why Kenya, Botswana Interests Converged
  113. Rwanda: Food for Thought From Land of a Thousand Hills
  114. Kenya: Children Killed in Attack On Buses in Northern Kenya
  115. Tanzania: Magufuli's 'Bulldozing' Leadership Questioned
  116. Africa: UN - African Union Must Investigate Eritrean Crimes
  117. Nigeria: Absolute Immunity No Longer Allowed Under the Law - Falana
  118. Nigeria: Akwa Ibom Govt. Secures N10 Billion Loan for Rice Farmers - Commissioner
  119. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Oyo Lawmaker
  120. Nigeria: Gunmen Abduct Sierra Leonean Diplomat
  121. Africa: Moving From a Fixed to a Floating Exchange-Rate Policy
  122. Egypt: Cockpit Voice Recorder of Egyptair Flight Ready for Information Extraction
  123. Egypt: Court Renews Detention for 'Street Children' Theatre Group
  124. Egypt: Press Syndicate Leaders' Trial Postponed for Further Witness Accounts
  125. Egypt: Court Postpones Mursi's Trial Over Insulting Judiciary
  126. Fashion: All about return of the trends
  127. EDITORIAL COMMENT: These are not the future leaders we want
  128. A career cut short
  129. Court frees Manyenyeni
  130. 9 MedAid societies get nod
  131. UPDATED:Violent scenes rock Beitbridge…Zimra warehouse burnt…Hoodlums block roads
  132. Victory for Austria’s far-right
  133. Teen writer inspires at Gateway Career Fair
  134. Tsoko Gallery adds tang to Harare
  135. What the hell are those mocking bobby motaung, for buying our players, smoking?
  136. Zimbabwe: Debt-Shifting Gamble Brings Govt Out of the Cold
  137. South Africa: Cape Town Refugee Office May Stay Closed
  138. South Africa: No Justice Two Years After Man Shot By Police
  139. Namibia: Vulnerability of Namibia's Economy Discussed
  140. South Africa: The Link Between Public Violence and Xenophobia
  141. South Africa: Tools of Torture - Nation's Trade in Electric Shock Equipment
  142. Malawi: Who's Buying Body Parts of People With Albinism?
  143. Tanzania: Magufuli's School Desk Initiative Pays Off
  144. Namibia: Opposition Parties Look to Kenya's Coalition Model
  145. Tanzania: Tour Operators Call for Magufuli Intervention
  146. Kenya: Six Killed in Al-Shabaab Attack in Elwak
  147. Kenya: Missing Lawyer Willie Kimani, Taxi Driver Found Dead
  148. Cote d'Ivoire: US Embassy Pulls Photo of Gay Men At Orlando Tribute After Attacks
  149. Nigeria: Lagos Shuts Down Churches, Mosques Over Noise Pollution
  150. Nigeria: Delta State Reviews Penalty for Convicted Kidnappers
  151. Nigeria: Nigeria's Human Rights Activists in History
  152. Nigeria: Children in Northeast Face Death Unless Aid Arrives Soon - UN
  153. Algeria: Thirty Terrorists Eliminated, 13 Others Arrested in June
  154. Malawi: Malawians Can Decide Their Future - Egypt Ambassador
  155. Egypt: Russian Tourists to Return to Egypt in 'Foreseeable Future' - Ambassador
  156. Algeria: Two Families of Terrorists Surrender in Jijel
  157. Morocco: King to Chair On Saturday in Casablanca Religious Ceremony
  158. Rwanda: Rwanda Issues Indictments for Two Genocide Suspects in New Zealand
  159. Rwanda: Radio Station Closure 'A Wake-Up Call for Media Practitioners'
  160. Nigeria: Confusion in Abia As Ikpeazu, Ogah Lay Claim to Governorship Seat
  161. Nigeria: Ikpeazu Refuses to Quit As Abia Governor
  162. Nigeria: How Former Air Force Chief Stole Billions - Crime Commission
  163. Nigeria: Buhari Playing With Nigeria's Unity - Niger Delta Group
  164. Financial inclusion must for SMEs growth
  165. Toyota to launch 8th generation Hilux
  166. ‘I’M STILL THE MAN IN CHARGE’ • Chiyangwa hits out at critics • ‘I will not be bullie
  167. When a farm girl was crowned Miss Malaika
  168. Hwange seeks remedy for faulty equipment
  169. New NPA to start ops in September
  170. It’s a weekend of celebrations
  171. Editorial Comment: Evoke Nkomo’s spirit of nation building
  172. D-Day for Govt, civil servants
  173. MedAid: Breakthrough in sight
  174. Zimbabwe: Air Namibia Plans Bulawayo-Windhoek Flights
  175. Zimbabwe: State-Owned Firms CEOs Blow U.S $800 Million
  176. South Africa: Busses Burned During Fresh Protests
  177. Angola: Activists Released on Strict Conditions
  178. South Africa: Late Musician Mgqumeni's Impersonator Jailed for Rape
  179. South Africa: DJ Black Coffee to Work with U.S. Singer Alicia Keys
  180. Zimbabwe: VP Speaks on 'Stalemate in the Economy'
  181. South Africa: 7 Obstacles to Ending Rape Culture
  182. Tanzania: Public Procurement Bill Sails Through
  183. Africa: Unlocking Africa's Economic Potential
  184. Somalia: Blast On Minibus Kills 20 Near Mogadishu
  185. Uganda: Cholera Claims 8 Lives in Kayunga District
  186. Ethiopia: Four Killed in Addis Clashes Between Citizens, Police
  187. Nigeria: No Presidency Comment on Arrest of Buhari Bodyguard
  188. Liberia: Are Girls More Likely to Be Wives Than Literate?
  189. Burkina Faso: A New Burkina Faso in the Making
  190. Mali: Trouble in the Heart of Mali
  191. Nigeria: Corrupt Culture or the Result of a Particular History?
  192. Morocco: HM the King Visits Tangier-Med Port to Guarantee Full Success of Marhaba Ope
  193. Algeria: Road Accidents - 13 Dead, 322 Injured in One Week
  194. Egypt: Egyptian Embassy in Paris Retrieves Stolen Artefact
  195. Algeria: Terrorist Attack On Istanbul Airport - Sellal Signs Condolence Book At Turke
  196. Algeria: Security Council Commends Algeria's Role in Implementation of Mali Peace Agr
  197. East Africa: Regional Business Council Pushes for Economic Partnership Agreement
  198. Rwanda: Bank of Kigali to Plant One Million Trees in Climate Change Mitigation Effort
  199. Nigeria: Literary Icon, Elechi Amadi, Dies
  200. Nigeria: Missing Musician Found, Police Confirm Kidnapping
  201. Nigeria: Nigeria Ranked One of World's Most Unstable Countries
  202. Nigeria: Former Minister Ojo Maduekwe Dies
  203. Nigeria: Alleged Forgery - Presidency Tackles Saraki, Ekweremadu Again
  204. RBZ sets up over 3 000 banking agents
  205. Brexit: The multi-faceted implications
  206. Disinhibition: Why we fall in love online
  207. System failure cost Zesa nearly 1 000MW
  208. ZIFA TO FIGHT ANOTHER DAY • Court orders association to put house in order
  209. Gospel singers fight child abuse in new project
  210. Editorial Comment: NRZ needs to think outside the box
  211. ‘2016 National Budget target hard to achieve’
  212. Dendera war costs Tryson Chimbetu
  213. RBZ penalises banks for high charges
  214. Zimbabwe: Missing Activist Dzamara's Brother Seeks Court Permission to Protest
  215. Southern Africa: SADC Maps Security Reforms for Lesotho
  216. South Africa: Bo-Kaap Residents Urge Cape Town Mayor to Stop Construction Project
  217. Angola: Rescuing the Economy
  218. South Africa: Is Nation Heading Towards a Political Turning Point?
  219. Mozambique: Attacks Continue Despite Planned Talks
  220. South Africa: Why Nation Would Do Well to Fire All Deputy Ministers
  221. Southern Africa: SADC Gives Lesotho Ultimatum
  222. Sudan: Historic Prisoner Combatant Transfer Stalled
  223. Uganda: Bunyoro MPs Attack Museveni On Dubious Campaign Promises
  224. Tanzania: How Politicians Fuel Land Conflicts
  225. South Sudan: Tens of Thousands Flee Fighting
  226. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Gets Non-Permanent UN Security Council Seat
  227. Nigeria: Why Buhari Ordered Arrest of Close Ally
  228. Burkina Faso: Burkina Faso Abandons GM Cotton
  229. Nigeria: Senate Vice President Writes to UN, U.S., Over Forgery Trial
  230. West Africa: Crackdown On Illegal Fishing to Protect Millions of Jobs - Think Tank
  231. Mali: UN Reinforces Mali Mission With 2,500 More Troops
  232. Algeria: Athletics - 11 Algerians Book Berths for Rio Olympics So Far
  233. Algeria: Algeria Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attack On Istanbul Ataturk Airport
  234. Algeria: Non-Hydrocarbon Exports - Bank of Algeria Introduces Facilitation Measure
  235. Egypt: Egypt Arrests and Deports Lebanese TV Host Lilian Daoud
  236. Cote d'Ivoire/Egypt: Ekramy Howler Gifts Asec Victory
  237. Unpacking China’s $4bn Zim investment
  238. Industrial base is degenerating – CZI
  239. Banks as financial intermediaries
  240. Preps for Jah Prayzah’s road show on course
  241. Editorial Comment: Let’s be proactive on non-communicable diseases
  242. ‘Zim will save more if civil service burden is reduced’
  243. Moyana falls on hard times
  244. Liquid Telecom acquires SA’s Neotel
  245. EU to rule on Michael Jackson Sony deal
  246. Good riddance, even pasuwa is better than hodgson
  247. South Africa: The Blessee and the Damned
  248. Africa: Civil Society Under Serious Attack
  249. South Africa: Treasury Sets 'Reasonable' R7.8m for Zuma to Pay Back
  250. Zimbabwe: Opposition Leader Tsvangirai Reveals He Has Cancer