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  1. Zim, Holland foster trade ties
  2. New Sunday Mail editor appointed
  3. Medical researchers challenged
  4. Independence Day celebrations preps on course
  5. Zanu-PF resolves bickering Midlands
  6. Zambia’s K1billion tab for Zimbabwe
  7. Zifa get roadmap
  8. The Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam – A Monument By All Ethiopians For The Edificatio
  9. South Africans Support EFF Policies: Malema
  10. Under Pressure From Donors, Uganda Compromises On Anti-Sodomy Law
  11. Huge Emotion At Rwanda Genocide Commemoration Ceremony
  12. If Africans Are Not Stupid Why Are We Allowing Idiots To Think For Us?
  13. New Index Reveals Sobering Picture Of How Much Black Children Lag
  14. Newark After Cory Booker: City Faces Takeover Threat
  15. Tunisia: U.S. to Provide Loan Guarantees to Tunisia
  16. Guinea: France Sends Anti-Ebola Team to Guinea, Crowd Attacks Aid Group
  17. Rwanda: Reconciliation Elusive, 20 Years On From Genocide
  18. Rwanda: Kagame Repeats Charges of French Part in 1994 Genocide
  19. Mozambique: Dialogue in Maputo, Ambush in Tete
  20. Egypt: Mursi Trial Over Ittihadiya Clashes Resumes
  21. Mali: President Fires, Replaces PM
  22. West Africa: Moving Sideways Between Burkina Faso and CĂ´te d'Ivoire
  23. Nigeria: Why Nigeria Delayed GDP Rebasing for Twenty-Four Years
  24. Africa: Naspers-Owned Comparison Website and Mobile APP Price Check Signs Branded Dea
  25. Nigeria: When O'neill, Adesina Ushered in Airtel Premier...
  26. Rwanda: France Boycotts Genocide Remembrance
  27. Sudan: Bashir, Kiir Meet to Protect Oilfields
  28. Central African Republic: Ban Condemns 'Ethno-Religious Cleansing'
  29. Kenya: Finally, Kenya Arrests Radical Cleric Shaikh Hassaan
  30. South Sudan: Refugees Seek Protection in Uganda and a Way Home
  31. Zimbabwe: Concern Grows Over Flawed Electoral Bill
  32. Swaziland: Ambassadors Support Jailed Writers
  33. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Barred From Visiting Tokwe-Mukosi Victims
  34. Zimbabwe: Angolan Residents in Zimbabwe Mark Peace Day
  35. Zambia: Confusion Mars Solwezi Mayoral Elections
  36. Zambia: Address the Nation, Sakwiba Tells Sata
  37. Malawi: Fears of Looming Hunger Grip Nsanje
  38. Fuel consumption more than doubles
  39. Govt, teachers cross swords• Holiday lessons outlawed • Educators vow to defy directi
  40. Zesa to install US$100m smart units
  41. Supreme Court throws out Timba’s request
  42. Improve availability of schools in rural areas
  43. DeMbare in winning start
  44. Uncertainty over Zent equipment
  45. President speaks on RBZ gold monopoly
  46. SA electoral body workers threaten strike
  47. Mukanya wishes to return home
  48. Fighting Between Nubians And Arabs Spread Across Souther Egypt
  49. Black Kids In Michigan Among Worst In The U.S.
  50. Nigeria Becomes Africa’s Largest Economy
  51. Paul Kagame Accuses France Of ‘Participating’ In Rwandan Genocide
  52. SACP March In Honor Of Chris Hani On Assassination Anniversary
  53. Mozambique: Renamo Denies One Train Attack, but Threatens Others
  54. Egypt: Over a Dozen Killed in Tribal Violence
  55. Egypt: Dar Al-Ifta Says Buying Votes Forbidden
  56. Egypt: Death Toll in Aswan Tribal Violence Rises to 23 - Official
  57. Egypt: Intransigence of Prison Management Threatens Douma's Life - Activists
  58. Mali: Govt Resigns
  59. Guinea: Mob Attacks Ebola Treatment Site
  60. Cameroon: Nigerian Gunmen Kidnap Two Priests, Nun
  61. Nigeria: Rebasing Makes Nigeria Africa's Biggest Economy Passing South Africa
  62. Nigeria: Borno-Yobe Forum Questions Security Forces on 'Continuous Bloodletting'
  63. Somalia: Govt Soldiers Killed at Checkpoint
  64. South Sudan: South Sudan Denies U.S. Charge It Is Obstructing Peace Process
  65. Kenya: Over 600 Arrested in Illegal Immigrants Swoop
  66. Rwanda: France Snubs Genecide Ceremony
  67. Somalia: Bomb-Making Accident Claims Three Al Shabaab Fighters
  68. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Rivals Dig in, Split Now Imminent
  69. Zimbabwe: Bob Diamond to Organise Bonds for Government
  70. Zambia: Chellah Allegedly Deserts His Wife
  71. Zimbabwe: Tourism Ministry Buys Vehicles Worth U.S $50 Million From India
  72. Mozambique: Assembly Elects Civil Society Members of CNE
  73. ZITF to attract more livestock
  74. REA in Mat South
  75. Bulawayo rising again
  76. How they spend mega salaries
  77. South Sudan: Obama Imposes U.S Sanctions
  78. In D.C., State Of Black America Is A ‘Tale Of Two Cities’
  79. Underemployment Rate For Black Workers Is 20.5 Percent – Urban League
  80. Outsourcing Online Jobs To Africa
  81. How Access To Power Can Fuel Africa’s Economic Growth
  82. 23 Dead In Bloody Fighting Between Arabs And Nubians In Aswan, Southern Egypt
  83. South Sudan: Obama Imposes U.S Sanctions
  84. Gumbura deserves bail, argues lawyer
  85. US$23m boost satellite school
  86. Massive response to road projects bids
  87. State varsities urged to stick to basics
  88. Govt directors in land scandal
  89. 13 500 benefit from inputs scheme
  90. Minister endorses Judgment Night 2
  91. Lax rules cost Zim $3bn yearly, Nation now source of hard currency, Calls to tighten
  92. Mujuru, Mnangagwa not certain for Presidency
  93. Coal, Land, Platinum: Stewardship thrice failed
  94. Algeria: Presidential Campaign Gets Off to Slow Start
  95. Egypt: Police Arrests Scores of Protesters
  96. Egypt: Security Forces Disperse Protests Across Cairo
  97. Tunisia: Overcrowding, Main Problem of Prisons
  98. Morocco: U.S.-Morocco Strategic Dialogue Joint Statement
  99. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 22, Burn Houses in Zamfara
  100. Guinea Bissau: UN Calls for Credible Polls
  101. Mali: Suspected Ebola Cases Reported in Mali
  102. South Africa: Nigerian Terrorist Moved After Jailbreak Bids
  103. Africa: Africans Can Suffer Over West's Gay Debate - Archbishop
  104. Congo-Kinshasa: Rumble in the Belgian Bungle
  105. Rwanda: Trauma Still Fresh for Genocide Survivors
  106. Kenya: Hague Witness Testifies of Organised Arson Attacks
  107. Kenya: Police Disperse Youths in Mombasa
  108. Zambia: Sata Pushes Son for Mayor
  109. Zambia: NGOs Urge European Bank to Release Report On Mining Giant
  110. South Africa: What Immigrants Think of Upcoming Polls
  111. South Africa: Court Reinstates Top Union Leader
  112. Mozambique: When Party Politics Beats Sisterhood
  113. Zimbabwe: People to Decide My Successor - Mugabe
  114. South Africa: Proteas Ousted in Semis of World Twenty20
  115. Nigerians Are Cowards
  116. It’s Time For Africa’s Stolen Artefacts To Come Home
  117. Japan Takes On China Far From Home—In Africa
  118. Justice In America: Wealthy Child Rapist Goes Free, But Poor Woman Trying To Feed Her
  119. Brazilian Society Continues To See Black Hair As A Joke: After Racist Incident, Black
  120. Africa’s Richest Man Bids For Shell Nigerian Asset
  121. Black Soldiers Criticize Army’s New Hairstyle Rules As Racially Biased
  122. Egypt: Cabinet Approves Tough 'Terrorism' Law
  123. Egypt: Switzerland Extends Smuggled Funds Freeze for Three Years
  124. Tunisia: Ban Ki-Moon and Angela Merkel Expected in Tunisia Shortly
  125. Egypt: U.S.$300 Million From WB for Financing MSEs
  126. Egypt: FM - Egypt Offers to Finance Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam
  127. Nigeria: Overcrowding Leads to Boat Deaths
  128. Senegal: Govt, Anti-Poaching Group Unite to Fight Illegal Fishing
  129. Senegal: Youssou N'dour May Run for Dakar Mayor
  130. Nigeria: Remarks on peace and security by Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan at the 4th Afric
  131. Ghana: Challenge to Ghana in Africa's Third Liberation
  132. South Sudan: UN Warns of Disaster
  133. Africa: Youth Not Lured By Unglamorous Farming
  134. Uganda: Punitive Aid Cuts Disrupts Healthcare in Uganda
  135. Africa: Rapidly Mutating Wheat Stem Rust Keeps Scientists On Their Toes
  136. East Africa: Kenya and Somalia Must Work Together On Post Al-Shabaab Security
  137. Mozambique: Opposition in New Armed Attack
  138. Mozambique: Govt Wants to Criminalize 'Insulting' Texts, Emails
  139. South Africa: President Responds to Report on Home Upgrade
  140. Swaziland: Editor Is a Secret Security Risk - Govt
  141. Zambia: Conflicting Jobs Data Causes Stir
  142. Mozambique: Mozambique Makes Push to Be Landmine-Free
  143. Angola: President Dos Santos Clings On to the Old Guard
  144. South Africa: 'This Is What You Can Do to Reduce Poverty'
  145. ICTs key to development
  146. Tsvangirai fighting for survival
  147. Gushungo farm scoops best maize accolade in area
  148. No more free inputs, farmers told
  149. Government to quiz Harare council
  150. Child sexual abuse: Govt sets up committee
  151. Diamond firms’ bluff exposed, Nhema cites video evidence, Pay up, companies told
  152. $7bn circulates in informal sector
  153. Lawyer in the dock for raiding trust account
  154. Mangoma assailant granted bail
  155. Watch Out South Africa, Nigeria Is On The Rise
  156. Ethiopia Poised To Transform Tourism Industry
  157. Building An African Cosmetic Empire
  158. Belgian Prime Minister Lectures African Leaders On Gay Rights At Africa-EU Summit
  159. Africa Loses U.S.$60 Billion Annually Through Illicit Financial Flows – Mbeki
  160. A Very Sad Day For African Unity
  161. Africans Must Unite Says Former South African President
  162. Kenya: Bensouda Loses Bid to Appeal Ruto Excusal
  163. Egypt: Deadly Blasts Hit Cairo University
  164. Tunisia: Protests Continue in Ben Guerdane, As Office of Local Labour Union Torched
  165. Egypt: PM - Comprehensive Development Plans for Governorates
  166. Tunisia: Marzouki Confers in Brussels With Slovenian President, Estonian PM
  167. Tunisia: Prince of Qatar On Official Visit to Tunisia On Thursday
  168. Liberia: Senators Suggest State of Emergency to Fight Ebola
  169. Nigeria: Suicide Bombers Die in Maiduguri
  170. Guinea Bissau: UN Panel Stresses Need for Free, Fair Polls
  171. Gambia: Govt Committed to Fiscal Prudence - Jammeh
  172. Gambia: Tackling Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing in Gambia
  173. Rwanda: 'If My Family's Killers Apologized to Me, I'd Forgive Them'
  174. Sudan: Key Witness in Treason Trial Pulls Out
  175. Kenya: Radical Cleric Makaburi Shot Dead in Mombasa
  176. Uganda: In the Thick of Ugandan Hate Rally
  177. South Africa: HIV Prevalence Rises
  178. Mozambique: New Law Gives Ex-Presidents 'Costly' Perks
  179. South Africa: Zimbabweans Urged Not to Panic Over Changing SA Permit Laws
  180. South Africa: Open Letter to President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma
  181. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Snubs EU-Africa Summit
  182. South Africa: Zuma's Nkandla Deadline - Feel It, It Is Here
  183. Namibia: More Than One Million Without Toilets
  184. South Africa: Call to Make Secret Police Document Public
  185. President meets Precious Blood nuns
  186. Carry your cross, looters told
  187. Gono not gagged
  188. Water deal raises a stink, says mayor
  189. Editorial Comment: Investment: Zim is the place to be
  190. ABCH plans +$200m debut euro bond
  191. US$165m is nothing: Mliswa
  192. DeMbare contest Jaure ban
  193. Nkandla: Zuma buys time
  194. Police general killed in Cairo campus blasts
  195. Sudan: Darfur Crisis Challenges Africa, World
  196. Tobacco boiler explosions kill four
  197. Board reverses changes at ZBC
  198. ZTA criticises EU ambassador
  199. Temba Mliswa responds to charges
  200. $165m saga: Temba Mliswa digs in
  201. Int investor pours $210m into bank
  202. Banned porn maker jailed
  203. Notorious drug dealer on the run
  204. Head up for fraud
  205. Workmates in sex storm
  206. Morocco: Morocco Cracks Down on Protesters
  207. Egypt: 2,060 Tourists Arrive At Safaga Port
  208. Tunisia: Marzouki Leaves for Brussels to Attend EU-Africa Summit
  209. Egypt: Sisi Undergoes Medical Tests Required for Presidential Running
  210. Tunisia: Mehdi Jomaa Starts Official Visit to U.S.A.
  211. Sierra Leone: Sexual Violence, an 'Invisible War Crime'
  212. West Africa: Ebola - Senegal Shuts Border with Guinea
  213. West Africa: EU Gives â
  214. West Africa: Deadly Ebola Virus Sparks Fears
  215. Nigeria: Sanusi Wants Govt to Show Evidence of Terror Financing
  216. Kenya: Hundreds Held After Deadly Attack
  217. South Sudan: Sex Workers Use ARVs Instead of Condoms
  218. Kenya: Radical Kenyan Cleric Makaburi Shot Dead
  219. Kenya: ICC Postpones Kenyan President's Trial Again
  220. Africa: Lupita to Get Hitched to K'naan?
  221. South Africa: Lawyer Threatens to Expose Marikana Mystery Witness
  222. Africa: Econet Wireless Founder Named Among CNN's "50 Greatest Leaders"
  223. South Africa: Police Service Must Renew Its Focus On Specialised Units
  224. Swaziland: 'Accused Persons, Stand Up Accused Persons' - Swazi Judge Orders More Dete
  225. Africa: Launch of the 2012 South African National HIV Prevalence, Incidence and Behav
  226. Mozambique: Govt Opposes EU Fisheries Demands
  227. Mozambique: Attacks Continue Despite Talks Progress
  228. Africa: EU-Africa Summit - Time to End Preconceptions?
  229. Egypt: The Politics of 'Normalisation'
  230. Egypt: Protests Death Toll Rises
  231. Egypt: UN Rights Experts Denounce Mass Death Sentences As 'Mockery of Justice'
  232. Egypt: Smartcard Plan to Attack Egypt's Fuel Crisis
  233. Egypt: Journalists Protest Colleague's Death
  234. Mali: Malians Show Dramatic Leap in Confidence
  235. Guinea: Nation Faces 'Unprecedented' Ebola Epidemic, Says MSF
  236. Mauritania: Slow but Steady Walk to Democracy
  237. West Africa: Liberia Ebola Cases Confirmed
  238. Sierra Leone: Feature - Drawing Down - the End of UN Peace Operations in Sierra Leone
  239. Kenya: Deadly Grenade Attack at Bus Stop
  240. Madagascar: 'Very Intense' Cyclone Strikes
  241. South Sudan: Hybrid Court Suggested for South Sudan
  242. Madagascar: Nation On Long Path to Economic Recovery
  243. Uganda: Museveni Faces Challenges Within & Without
  244. South Africa: 'I Never Did Anything Wrong' - Zuma
  245. South Africa: Zuma Stays Away From Brussels Summit
  246. South Africa: Pre-Election, South Africa Shows Off Its Brighter Side
  247. South Africa: The Financialisation of the Economy and the Havoc It Wreaks
  248. East Africa: Coral Cultivation Offers Hope to Devastated Western Indian Ocean Reefs
  249. Zimbabwe: Trading Sexual Favours for Food and School Fees
  250. Malawi: Allegations Swirl As Joyce Banda Seeks to Retain Power