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  1. Africa: Govt to Procure Still More Renewable Energy
  2. South Africa: Popular Singer's Brother Shot Dead
  3. South Africa: Zimbabweans Introduce South Africans to New Greens
  4. Mozambique: Tail of Plane Hits OR Tambo Tarmac
  5. Regulatory body for medical aid
  6. Cabinet to act on litterbugs
  7. Australia maintains sanctions on First Family
  8. Slashed perks for bigwigs monthend
  9. Independence Zim’s greatest asset
  10. Editorial Comment: MDC-T desperate for Lazarus moment
  11. Jah Prayzah launches album today
  12. Deflation or price correction?
  13. Bailout or takeover?
  14. New board chairman for DeMbare
  15. Child Bride Kills Groom And Three Accomplices By Poisoning Meal
  16. Fox News Says Holder And Obama Have It Easy Because They’re Black
  17. Brooklyn Man Jonathan Fleming Cleared Of Murder After Serving 25 Years
  18. South Africa: 20 Years Of Apartheid By Another Name
  19. The US’s Invasion Of Africa That Nobody Knows About
  20. Leonardo DiCaprio Cast As MLK In New Film, Will Wear Blackface?
  21. Why Do Chinese Investors Want To Build A Dubai-Style City In Kenya?
  22. Libya: Gaddafi Sons Denied Lawyers, Says Rights Group
  23. Egypt: Protesting Against New Demonstration Law
  24. Libya: Interim Prime Minister Resigns
  25. Libya: Libya's Interim Prime Minister Quits
  26. Algeria: Pre-Election Clampdown Exposes 'Gaping Holes' in Human Rights Record
  27. Nigeria: Scores Dead in Abuja Bomb Blast
  28. Nigeria: Abuja Witness Says Bomb Hidden Inside Volkswagen Golf
  29. Guinea Bissau: Chissano Urges Peace in Guinea-Bissau
  30. Nigeria: Finance Minister Seeks Illicit Finance to Fund Healthcare
  31. Nigeria: National Conference - Ex-Military Leaders Blame Civilians for Nigeria's Woes
  32. South Sudan: Samuel's Story - Hope After Being Raped and Contracting HIV
  33. Kenya: Kibwana Criticises Ngilu On 'Fake Map'
  34. Djibouti: New U.S.$3.8 Million Grant to Support Improved Access to Education
  35. Rwanda: Trauma Still Fresh for Rwanda's Survivors of Genocidal Rape
  36. South Sudan: Overflights, Aerial Attacks Stoke Safety Fears
  37. Zambia: Sata Does About Turn on Constitution
  38. South Africa: Pistorius Struggles During Cross-Examination
  39. Mozambique: Opposition Slams 'Fake Voter Cards'
  40. South Africa: South African President Pressured By Corruption Report
  41. South Africa: Presidential Scandal Overshadows Major South African Election
  42. South Africa: Huge Whale Meat Shipment Skips Port of Durban Because of South African
  43. South Africa: Labour-Community Alliances Must Be Strengthened
  44. Taxman targets informal sector
  45. ‘Econet won’t back down on tariff’
  46. Collect minerals instead of dividends: Zimra boss
  47. EDITORIAL COMMENT: NGOs: Stand up and be counted!
  48. Media outreach disrupted in Rusape
  49. Caps bond players
  50. Sharon Macheso wedding date set
  51. Anti-apartheid hero urges voters to shun ANC
  52. Community now controls 10pc of Zimplats
  53. MDC-T quartet’s application thrown out
  54. Tourism In Africa Is Slowly Coming Of Age
  55. The World Bank’s New Shock Doctrine
  56. Total Going Ahead With $16 bln Angolan Kaombo Oil Project
  57. Utah Woman Admits Killing Her 6 Children
  58. Lyndon Johnson Was A Civil Rights Hero, But Also A Racist
  59. The U.S. Military Has Been ‘At War’ In Africa On The Sly For Years
  60. Economic Growth Alone Can’t End Poverty – World Bank
  61. South Africa: Nkandla - Is It Just Zuma's Greed?
  62. NGOs turn blind eye on Chingwizi
  63. Toothless champions
  64. Zimplats honours $10m pledge
  65. Sun sets on sungura?
  66. Zimra Q1 collections above target
  67. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Kudos to Zimplats for showing the way
  68. Zanu-PF consolidates council dominance
  69. Media panel starts outreach
  70. Chi-town illegal settlers get 3 weeks to vacate
  71. Independence Day has no sell-by date
  72. Africa: From North to South, East to West, Media Freedom in Africa Under Challenge
  73. Egypt: Trial of Mursi and Aides Over Palace Clashes Resumes
  74. Tunisia: Ben Ali's Organized Plunder
  75. South Sudan: Rebels Accuse Egypt of Supplying Arms Govt
  76. Egypt: Clashes Break Out Between Students and Security in Cairo - State TV
  77. Nigeria: Northern Delegates in Crucial Meeting Over Insecurity
  78. Guinea Bissau: Most Voters Head for Polls for First Time
  79. Guinea Bissau: UN Urges Respect for Poll Outcome
  80. Nigeria: Jonathan May Declare After Midterm Convention
  81. South Sudan: UN, U.S., Europe Call for Action on Crisis
  82. Sudan: Govt Ready for Deal on Blue Nile, S. Kordofan
  83. Kenya: Anti-Terror War Not Negotiable, Says Ruto
  84. Swaziland: Police Abduct Democracy Leaders
  85. Zimbabwe: Zanu PF Divided as Succession Race Hots Up
  86. Zambia: Govt Starts TB Survey
  87. Zambia: Mayors, Get to Work!
  88. Zambia: Mulenga Sata Pledges Better Lusaka, Graft Fight
  89. Zambia: 'Exempt Hospitals From Pre-Paid Meters'
  90. Malawi: Police Alarmed With Increasing Murder Cases in Ntcheu
  91. Why Do Black Women Have To Look Like White Women To Serve Their Country?
  92. African Immigrants Excel Highest In U.S. Academics
  93. Africa Rising But Must Cut Poverty, Create Jobs
  94. South Africa’s Murder Trial Distraction
  95. Republicans Want To Undo Voting Rights Secured In Lyndon Johnson Era
  96. Integrating East Africa’s Markets
  97. Fugitive Israeli Rabbi Flees To South Africa
  98. Egypt: Police Clash with Brotherhood Members
  99. Egypt: EU's Ashton Hails Sisi's Presidential Bid As "Courageous"
  100. Nigeria: President Has Failed, APC Ready to Lead - Tinubu
  101. Nigeria: 19 Killed in Boko Haram Attacks
  102. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 5, Sack More Benue Villages
  103. Zimbabwe: Nigeria Summons Zim Envoy Over Mugabe Remark
  104. Kenya: Three Injured in Plane Mishap
  105. South Sudan: John Kerry Calls for 'Bold Steps' to End Fighting
  106. South Sudan: Hunger Could Kill 50,000 Children This Year, Unicef Warns
  107. Somalia: Al-Shabab Strategy Perplexes Some Experts
  108. Sudan: Filmmaker Revives Movie Industry
  109. Zimbabwe: Illegal Migrants Drown in Limpopo River
  110. South Africa: Drama, Tears As Pistorius Testifies in Murder Trial
  111. Mozambique: Air Companies Still On EU Black List
  112. Zimbabwe: Govt to Fork Out U.S $15 Million On MPs' Cars
  113. Mozambique: Guebuza Urges Renamo to Lay Down Its Weapons
  114. South Africa/Zimbabwe: Banyana Banyana, Zimbabwe Share Spoils
  115. Zimbabwe: 1,3 Million Zimbabweans Blind, Says Expert
  116. Provide contraceptives in schools?
  117. Guinea Bissau: Guinea-Bissau Votes in Bid for Stability
  118. Rwanda: Back to Rwanda
  119. Egypt: Military Controls Economic Levers
  120. Africa: Italy Rescues 6,000 People Crossing Mediterranean in Four Days
  121. Western Sahara: UN Peacekeeping Force in Western Sahara Must Monitor Human Rights
  122. Algeria: Al-Qaeda Propaganda Targets Algeria Vote
  123. Egypt: Another Al-Jazeera Reporter Arrested
  124. Guinea Bissau: Nation Heads to Polls Sunday
  125. Nigeria: Fears Grow for Tweet-Sender
  126. Central African Republic: Refugees Attacked As They Flee
  127. Central Africa: Refugees Enter Cameroon in Horrific Condition
  128. Somalia: Kenyan Hostages Rescued
  129. Eritrea: What We (Don't) Know About Eritrea's Economy
  130. Burundi: President Prepares Ground for a Third Term
  131. South Sudan: Up to 50,000 Children May Die Without Urgent Help - UN
  132. Zimbabwe: Govt Seeks New Diamond Markets
  133. South Africa: Pistorius 'Whispered' to Girlfriend to Call Police
  134. Mozambique: Rubies of Death
  135. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Says Europe Has 'An Evil Heart'
  136. Zimbabwe: Opposition Party Expels Several Key Members
  137. South Africa: Independent Communications Amended Act Signed Into Law
  138. South Africa: Government Notes UN Report
  139. South Africa: DA Requests Investigation Into Tapping of Journalists Phones at Public
  140. Zimbabwe: The Nation that can’t audit
  141. Editorial Comment: Take heed of Justice Chinhengo’s call
  142. South Korea keen to invest in Zim
  143. New Zimsteel to resume ops
  144. 1,3m Zimbabweans blind, says expert
  145. Zesa increases power vending outlets
  146. Cabinet to discuss Hexco report
  147. Boy run over
  148. Cold spell to persist
  149. Community trusts face audit
  150. Kenya Plans Sovereign Wealth Fund Before Oil Cash
  151. South Africa Divided As Election Looms
  152. America’s Overtake Africa In U.N. Homicide Study
  153. Former Tanzanian President Attacks ‘Silly’ Europe Over Zimbabwe
  154. Pope Francis Asks Forgiveness For Priests Who Raped Children
  155. Europe Renews Bid To Sabotage Zimbabwe’s Diamond Industry
  156. Black Lawmakers Ask Army To Reconsider New Hairstyle Rule
  157. West Africa: Cameroon Polio Vaccination Targets CAR, Nigerian Refugees
  158. Kenya: Smarter Design Helps Ward Off Disease in Rural Kenya
  159. Western Sahara: Aminatou Haidar Received By President of UN Security Council
  160. Tunisia: Trade Deficit More Serious Than General Budget Deficit - BCT Governor
  161. Egypt: Egypt to Offer 60,000 Feddans for Reclamation
  162. Morocco: Italian Senate Calls for Human Rights Monitoring in Western Sahara
  163. Morocco: Polisario Front Categorically Refutes Statments Promoted By Arab Media Outle
  164. Nigeria: Govt Tackles Zimbabwe Over Mugabe Comments
  165. Liberia: Ebola Fight May Take Four Months - WHO
  166. Cote d'Ivoire: Chronic Malnutrition Dogs Côte d'Ivoire's North
  167. Cameroon: UN Experts Concerned As Indigenous Group in Cameroon Evicted From Ancestral
  168. West Africa: Providing West African Communities With Sound Information Crucial to Cur
  169. Kenya: Somalis Detained in Stadium
  170. Sudan: Four Million Sudanese Face Food Insecurity
  171. Rwanda: Twenty Years After Genocide France and Rwanda Give Different Versions of Hist
  172. Congo-Kinshasa: Fighting Invisible Rwandan Enemy
  173. Uganda: Women Increasingly Aborting Behind Their Husbands' Backs
  174. Zimbabwe: Govt Grinds to a Halt
  175. South Africa: Killing Girlfriend 'Not Deliberate' - Pistorius
  176. Swaziland: Editor, Lawyer Face Arrest - Again
  177. South Africa: South Africa Divided As Election Looms
  178. South Africa: Pistorius - 'Media Would Have Lied Over Restaurant Shooting'
  179. Southern Africa: Kariba Dam Collapse Fears and Disaster Preparedness
  180. South Africa: Parliament to Probe President's Home Upgrade
  181. MPs grill Mushohwe over Marange
  182. MDC-T expels Mangoma
  183. Govt slams EU
  184. 15 drown in Limpopo River
  185. All set for Chipaz anniversary
  186. Ferreira bursts into lead
  187. War wasn’t for sissies: The story of Cde Disaster
  188. ‘3 600 raped in DRC’
  189. Chunga speaks on derby
  190. ZRP Traffic must move with the times
  191. Dubai Court Upholds Sentence For Arab Woman Who Killed Ethiopian Maid
  192. Chinese Company Plans $8 bn South African City Development
  193. Check Out Fomi’s Luxury Leather Handbag Collection Made In Ethiopia
  194. Gathering In Brussels Undermines African Unity
  195. Woman Brutally Attacks Elderly Couple In Restaurant Who Asked Her To Stop Cursing
  196. Can Single Mothers Turn Boys Into Men?
  197. Nigeria Versus South Africa: Size Matters, But So Does Development
  198. Egypt: Authorities Arrest Another Journalist
  199. North Africa: Calls Mount for Maghreb Union
  200. Egypt: Access to Education an Added Challenge for Refugees
  201. Egypt: Justice Ministry to Set Up Operation Room to Follow Presidential Election
  202. Egypt: Sobhi - Armed Forces Keen On Upgrading Combat Abilities
  203. Guinea Bissau: Elections, Then What?
  204. Nigeria: What Does New GDP Number Actually Mean?
  205. Guinea: Govt Moves to Strip Billionaire of Iron Ore Concession
  206. Liberia: Has Justice Minister Tah Resigned?
  207. Africa: Fear Drives African Gays to Seek Asylum in U.S.
  208. Kenya: Respect Human Rights in Crackdown, Says U.S.
  209. Sudan: UN Criticised Over Darfur
  210. Africa: U.S. Media Shows New Interest
  211. Somalia: Somalia Seeks to Rebuild Economy, Promote Peace At UAE Summit
  212. Kenya: Govt Adopts Brutal Anti-Terror Strategy
  213. South Africa: Pistorius Confronted With Images of Bloodied Victim
  214. Zimbabwe: Farmers Smell Success in Oil of Drought-Tolerant Geraniums
  215. South Africa: Pistorius Loses Composure During Questioning
  216. Southern Africa: Stakeholders Question Involvement of Zimbabwe in Malawi Elections
  217. Zimbabwe: Rights Groups Petition Parliament On Electoral Bill
  218. South Africa: Govt Pays R2.9 Million for Dewani Transfer
  219. Mozambique: Defense and Security Forces to Cross Main Roadway
  220. Malawi: Govt to Re-Open Preliminary Voters List to Public
  221. I’m not coming: TB Joshua
  222. US$100m tender documents vanish
  223. Fresh bid to ban Zim diamonds
  224. Female MPs allege sexual harassment
  225. Dubai diamond sales to stay: President
  226. New mosquito repellent unveiled
  227. New faces of mbira music
  228. Editorial Comment: Govt efforts on civil servants laudable
  229. Zim Open tees off
  230. Aid to Ukraine not forever: Putin
  231. Uhuru Kenyatta Now Key Regional Point Man
  232. The Best States For Black Business Owners
  233. Urban League Report Illustrates Decline In Black Employment And Wages
  234. Egypt Presidential Candidate Threatens To Use Military Force Against Ethiopia
  235. Sudanese Government Renews Scorched Earth Policy In Darfur
  236. Israel Threatens To Deport African American Convert To Judaism
  237. LAPD Officers In Black Neighborhoods Tampered With Car Recording Equipment
  238. Sudan: Sudan Leaks - UN Admits Inaccurate Darfur Reports Aimed to Please Sudan
  239. Libya: Libyans Protest Insecurity, Slow Transition
  240. Egypt: Court Backs Activists' Three-Year Sentences
  241. Morocco: Moroccan Jihadist Leader Dies in Syria
  242. Egypt: Criminal Court Adjourns Mubarak Re-Trial
  243. Morocco: ANHRI Demands the Release "20 February" Movement Detainees, Arrested During
  244. West Africa: Ebola Death Toll Rises
  245. Burkina Faso: African Court Upholds Journalists' Rights
  246. Guinea: First Ebola Survivors Return to Family, Stigma Remains
  247. Nigeria: Here's How to Win the Fight Against Boko Haram
  248. Nigeria: Memorandum on Security Challenges in Borno & Yobe States
  249. Sudan: Air Force Bombs Darfur Areas
  250. Kenya: Govt Arrests More Than 1,000 Somalis