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  1. CAPS bounce back
  2. Shamu warns promoters
  3. What went wrong for Major Playaz?
  4. President Mugabe Calls For New World Order
  5. War On Black Family: PBS To Air Documentary Claiming “Gays Are The New Black”
  6. Israel Seeks To Exterminate Ancient African Jewish Tradition
  7. Homosexual Rapists Terrorize Kingston
  8. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Welcomes Egypt's Shift in Position Over Nile Row
  9. Egypt: Islamist Coalition Calls Supporters to Prepare for New Uprising
  10. Egypt: Main Culprit in Group Sexual Assault Arrested
  11. Cameroon: Long Road Back for Indomitable Lions
  12. Africa: Mexico Edge Cameroon
  13. Nigeria: Stephen Keshi - On the Threshold of History?
  14. Nigeria: Okoku Backs Super Eagles Against Iran
  15. Africa: Peralta Downs Cameroon, Gets Mexico Rolling
  16. Kenya: UK Closes Consulate Amid Security Concerns
  17. Somalia: Another Battle Breaks Out
  18. South Sudan: Former Army General Calls for Popular Uprising
  19. Somalia: Bomb Blast in Galkayo Wounds Two Puntland Soldiers
  20. Zimbabwe: New Report Reveals U.S $770 Million Lost to Diamond Corruption
  21. Swaziland: Paper Defies Court Over Sources
  22. Zimbabwe: 'Absentee CEO' Mugabe in Bolivia
  23. Zimbabwe: Ex-Minister Moyo Quits Divided MDC-T
  24. Mozambique: Tete Weighbridge Comes Under Armed Attack
  25. Zimbabwe: President Calls for New World Order
  26. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Launches U.S$2.4 Billion Fund for Its Youth Farmers
  27. Mozambique: UK Ends Direct Budget Support to Mozambique
  28. White Power USA – The Rise Of The Right-Wing
  29. Right Wing Media Pretends Racism Doesn’t Exist
  30. Ethiopia Shoots For The Stars As It Aims To Become Space Science Hub
  31. Ethiopia Sees Egyptian Change Of Heart On Nile Dam
  32. Lebron James Rakes In $30 Million From Dr. Dre’s Deal With Apple
  33. 5 Lies We Should Stop Telling About Black Fatherhood
  34. Kenya: Grand Mullah Hangs Out More of Judiciary's Dirty Linen
  35. Egypt: PM Mahlab - New Cabinet to Convene for First Time On Monday
  36. Libya: Timely Elections, Political Solutions to Differences Vital for Libya to Move F
  37. Africa: Open Letter to Egypt's New President
  38. Algeria: Algerians Fear FIS Comeback
  39. Tunisia: Tunisian Army to Help Fight Terrorism in Cities
  40. Africa: Cameroon Loses to Mexico
  41. Cote d'Ivoire: Hague Court Confirms Gbagbo Charges
  42. Nigeria: Gospel Singer Kefee Branama Dies
  43. Nigeria: Boko Haram Demands 800 Cows As Ransom
  44. Cote d'Ivoire: Gbagbo to Face Hague Trial
  45. Sudan: U.S. Condemns 'Targeted Attacks On Civilians'
  46. South Sudan: Desertion Is 'Normal' - Army
  47. Kenya: 700 Mau Evictees Want to Be Resettled
  48. Tanzania: Declining Support From Donors Affects Zanzibar Plans
  49. South Africa: President Zuma's Home Upgrade - The Tangled Web
  50. Zimbabwe: Young HIV+ Women's Woes Deepen As Economy Slumps
  51. South Africa: Memo to the Chief Justice - Democratic Freedoms Are Indivisible
  52. South Africa: Platinum Miners Accept Wage Offer
  53. Zimbabwe: IMF Names First Representative in a Decade
  54. South Africa: Compensation Fund Decentralises Services
  55. South Africa: Public Broadcasting Head Given Wife as Gift - Report
  56. South Africa: Khayelitsha Gets Its First Film Festival
  57. Africa surpasses Asia in ivory seizures
  58. 7 arrested for defaming Indian PM
  59. Boko Haram demands 800 cows
  60. Kidnap crisis deepens
  61. Government commends Green Fuel
  62. Trafficking in Persons Bill signed
  63. Miss Zim on tonight
  64. ‘Govt supports inclusive education’
  65. 103 soldiers graduate
  66. President calls for new world order
  67. Why Zimbabwe Had To Take Its Land Back
  68. Israel Takes Extremely Racist Measures To Keep Blacks Out
  69. Why I Want To Purchase St. Paul’s College – Dr. Umar Johnson
  70. Pearls Of Limited Wisdom – A Must Read
  71. Money Troubles Can Make People More Racist
  72. For The Future Of Mobile, Look To Africa
  73. Zimbabwe, The Most Educated Country In Africa
  74. Morocco: Morocco Education in Crisis, Experts Warn
  75. Egypt: Egypt Acquits Mubarak-Era Minister of Graft Charges
  76. Egypt: President Sisi Apologises to Sex Attack Survivor
  77. North Africa: Film Festival Strengthens Maghreb Ties
  78. Tunisia: National Dialogue to Resume Friday
  79. West Africa: Fear and Ignorance Aid Spread of Ebola
  80. Nigeria: Boko Haram Demands 40 Cows Per Hostage
  81. Liberia: Sierra Leone Closes Borders
  82. Africa: Cameroon Opens Campaign with Clash Against Mexico
  83. Nigeria: Jonathan Plotting to Kill Me - Kano Governor Kwankwaso
  84. Congo-Kinshasa: DRC Official Blames Rwanda Over Troop Clashes
  85. Uganda: Sex Slaves 'Betrayed By Amnesty' - Rights Group
  86. Uganda: 'Rape Was On a Daily Basis,' Former Child Sex Slave Tells Angelina Jolie
  87. Africa: Small Island Developing State Event Aims for Alliances
  88. South Sudan: Rivals Given 60 Days to Set Up Transition Govt
  89. Africa: Platinum Miners Agree New Pay Deal 'In Principle'
  90. South Africa: Unusual Suspects - Women and Gangs
  91. Zimbabwe: Seven Miners Die in Horrific Accident
  92. South Africa: What About the Workers? the Old Is Dead, the New Is Emerging
  93. South Africa: Former Finance Minister Rejects Arms Deal Claims
  94. Swaziland: U.N. Experts Denounce Ongoing Detention and Trial of Human Rights Defender
  95. South Africa: Conflicting Claims About Charge Against Agang Leader
  96. Zimbabwe: Made Botches U.S$100 Million Deal
  97. Former Deputy Minister Pswarayi buried
  98. Harare council summons defaulters
  99. $2,4bn agric fund launched
  100. Media fraternity hails court ruling
  101. Neymar inspires Brazil
  102. Concourt rips criminal libel
  103. Politicians dominate Zesa boards
  104. New local soap to hit small screens
  105. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Medical fees: One-way approach not ideal
  106. CTC goes after Econet
  107. Iraq On The Brink Of Collapse As Insurgents Advance Toward Baghdad
  108. Blacked Up French Police Officers Under Investigation
  109. Searching For An Answer Behind Black America’s High Unemployment Rate
  110. IMF Head To Visit Jamaica
  111. Lets All Help Dr. Umar Johnson Save St. Paul’s College
  112. Federal Judge Halts Execution Of Missouri Man John Winfield
  113. In The World Cup Of Globo TV, Everyone In Brazil Is White
  114. Zimbabwe: By Way of an Obituary for Wilfred Mhanda
  115. Egypt: Sisi Visits Sexually Assaulted Survivor, Apologizes to Egyptian Women
  116. Egypt: EOHR Condemns the Incidents of Harassment and Demands Police Forces to Protect
  117. Tunisia: UN Special Rapporteur On Truth Promotion Affirms Support to Truth and Dignit
  118. Africa: Algeria Want to Make History - Slimani
  119. Morocco: HM the King Inaugurates New Headquarters of Constitutional Council in Rabat
  120. Mali: Car Bomb Kills Chad Peacekeepers
  121. Cameroon: Poor Infrastructure Doesn't Dim Love for Football
  122. Ghana: Liberian Oil Tanker Reported Missing
  123. Nigeria: The Chibok Girls - Nigeria's Side of the Story
  124. Nigeria: Terror Threatening Aid Projects
  125. Tanzania: Mothers Light Up Rural Homes
  126. Kenya: Swelling Lakes Disrupt Class, Push Crocodiles Into Town
  127. Kenya: Small Brewery Challenges Big Guns
  128. South Sudan: Warring Sides Agree to Form Unity Govt
  129. Uganda: Sudan's Ambassador to Uganda Abandons Position, Flees to London
  130. South Africa: Let Zuma Have His Day in Court, Former Minister Says
  131. Africa: Travellers Urged to Boycott Botswana
  132. Malawi: Henry's Story - 'HIV Has Made Me Fearless'
  133. South Africa: Zuma to Report on Nkandla in July
  134. South Africa: Ramaphosa to Do Zuma's Tasks While He Rests
  135. South Africa: Lack of Solution in Platinum Strike Concerning - Attorneys
  136. South Africa: Living the Dream of a Rainbow Nation
  137. TV show raises stink
  138. Zim authors for SA festival
  139. Civil service pay dates moved
  140. EDITORIAL COMMENT: ZESA, we don’t make winter!
  141. Medical societies defy Government
  142. ‘Wake up to reality’. . . some firms are not coming back
  143. Mathias Mhere’s double glory
  144. New boards for CMED, NRZ
  145. US$3m CMED looters face arrest
  146. A wonderful world
  147. The Next Gold Rush – Africa’s Major Stock Exchanges Are Gaining Strength
  148. Africa To Get Its Own Wikipedia
  149. Defence Minister To Succeed President Mugabe?
  150. South Sudan Leaders Agree To Form Transitional Government
  151. Donald Sterling Defiant: NBA Trying To Take His Personal Property
  152. The Importance Of Mothers To The Self-Esteem Of Black Women
  153. The Sewage-Filled Jail On ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Is Real
  154. Nigeria: Slum-Dwellers' Victory Over Govt in International Court a Triumph Against Im
  155. Mali: German Experts Help Save Timbuktu Heritage
  156. Kenya: Muslim Cleric Shot Dead in Mombasa
  157. Mozambique: Deadlock Continues in Government-Renamo Dialogue
  158. The Current Phase Of Imperialist War Drive In Africa
  159. The 5 Richest Kings In Africa
  160. Iraq Declares State Of Emergency As Militants Seize Country’s Second-Largest City
  161. How Black Politicians Sell Out To Big Business
  162. Ethiopian Airlines Ranked As Africa’s Largest Carrier In Revenue And Profit
  163. Korean-American Pastor Vying To Lead Southern Baptists As Successor To First Black Pr
  164. Celebrating Our Fathers
  165. Egypt: New Leader Faces Rights Crisis
  166. Libya: Security Tensions Threaten Transition, Warns UN Envoy
  167. Egypt: 'El-Itihadia Incidents' Case Adjourned Till Tomorrow to Hear the Witnesses
  168. Egypt: Guidance Bureau Case Adjourned to Tomorrow Hearing for Administrative Reasons
  169. Tunisia: Number of International Observers Will Be Higher Than in 2011
  170. Nigeria: UN Envoy Urges National Actors to 'Close Ranks' to Ensure Release of Schoolg
  171. Nigeria: Beyond the Hashtag Debates
  172. Africa: Small Island Developing States Target 'Data Revolution'
  173. Gambia: Trust Bank Recognizes CEO's Work 'So TBL Will Prosper and Make Nation Proud'
  174. Kenya: Schools Lead Renewable Energy Surge in Remote Areas
  175. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Shoots for the Stars and Galaxies
  176. Mauritius: Sugar Farmers Squeezed by Low Prices as Biofuels Become Popular By-Product
  177. Somalia: UN Envoy Appeals for End to Clan-Based Fighting in Somalia's Lower Shabelle
  178. Ethiopia: Latest Budget Besieged By Threats of Deficit, Inflation
  179. Mozambique: Military Accused of Using Civilians As Shields During Attack
  180. Zimbabwe: Defence Minister to Succeed Mugabe?
  181. Zimbabwe: Shona, Zimbabwe's Local Language, Takes On Urban Grooves and Gets Street Cr
  182. South Africa: Mineral Resources Minister Denies 'Abandoning' Talks
  183. South Africa: Transnet Temporarily Lifts Lockout At Ngqura
  184. Southern Africa: SADC Prepares for Climate Changes to Benefit Agriculture
  185. Angola: Luanda Former Police Chief Sentenced to 22 Years of Prison
  186. Massive load-shedding begins
  187. Mbare woman gives birth to quadruplets . . . Appeals for baby food, clothing
  188. Pswarayi declared liberation war hero
  189. Students write exam at night
  190. Govt receives $10m school fees kitty
  191. EMA orders miner to stop operations
  192. Civil servants demand incentives
  193. ‘We’re here to defend nation’
  194. Winter Jazz Festival beckons
  195. Winky D drops sizzling single
  196. Nigeria: Gunmen Kidnap 20 Women in Borno - Report
  197. South Sudan: New UN Site in Malakal Offers Protection to Civilians Fleeing Conflict
  198. South Africa: South African Mine Strike Talks Deadlocked
  199. South Africa: South Africa Opens New Visa Facilitation Centres
  200. Libya: Supreme Court Rules PM's Election Invalid
  201. Egypt: 'We Will Rectify the Past's Mistakes' - Sisi
  202. Tunisia: Tunis Launches Truth Commission
  203. Egypt: President Sisi Asks PM to Form New Govt
  204. Egypt: Govt to Resign After Sisi Inauguration
  205. Liberia: War Long Over in Liberia, but Why Is There Still So Much Rape?
  206. Nigeria: Protests Erupt As Sanusi Emerges Emir of Kano
  207. Nigeria: Military Foils Attack By Female Suicide Bomber - Spokesperson
  208. Nigeria: High Interest Rates Strangling Small Businesses
  209. Nigeria: Developing Local Industry Key to Dangote's Success
  210. East Africa: Scores of Refugees Die in Red Sea
  211. Madagascar: Textile Industry May Again Benefit from AGOA
  212. Sudan: Boy Dies After Khartoum Water Protest Dispersed
  213. East Africa: Regional Heads of State to Meet in Ethiopia
  214. South Sudan: UN Confirms Looting of Homes, Hospitals As Civilians Face More Hunger
  215. Malawi: New President Has His Work Cut Out for Him
  216. Zimbabwe: Children Battle to Access HIV Testing
  217. Mozambique: Severest Punishment Demanded for Sex Offenders
  218. Angola: New Book Reveals Truth Behind Forgotten Massacre
  219. South Africa: Hamba Kahle Mambeki - Farewell to an Independent Thinker and Fearless A
  220. South Africa: SA Developing Blue Economy Strategy
  221. Zimbabwe: The Backstory of Zimbabwe's Econet
  222. South Africa: Germany Pulling Out of SKA Disappointing
  223. Zim-Asset team set up
  224. Renewal team summons Tsvangirai
  225. Burn victim appeals for help
  226. Vapostori bail ruling today
  227. Land allocated to 10-year-olds
  228. Harare water meets SAZ specifications
  229. CAPS UTD burning
  230. Zim Alloys shortlists four investors
  231. EDITORIAL COMMENT: BEAM funds must go to deserving children
  232. It’s members only affair at Miss Zim
  233. Why Africa’s Militaries Are So Bad
  234. Africa’s Betrayal By African Leaders
  235. Egypt And Sudan Caught In The Winds Of The Great Ethiopian Dam
  236. Mali Imposes National Military Service Amid Threat From Arab And Tuareg Terrorists
  237. Zimbabwe Has All The Elements Of A Healthy Economy
  238. A Black And White View Of The O.J. Simpson Case 20 Years Later
  239. The Journey From Civil Rights To Black Power
  240. Eritrea: President Isaias Attends At the Sworn in Ceremony of New Egyptian President
  241. Nigeria: Rumour of Chibok Girls' Pregnancy Spreads
  242. Egypt: Abdel Fattah al-Sisi sworn in as New President
  243. Egypt: Sisi Says "Egypt" 17 Times in First Speech As President
  244. Tunisia: Belgium, a Small Victory Over Tunisia Before Flying for Brazil
  245. Egypt: Sisi Describes His Election As Democratic Transition of Power
  246. Egypt: Court Cancels Sentences in Abu Zabaal Truck Case
  247. Nigeria: Former Bank Governor Sanusi Emerges As Emir of Kano
  248. Nigeria: APC Says Media Seige a Battle Jonathan Can't Win
  249. West Africa: Ebola Outbreak Plagues West Africa
  250. Nigeria: Kano Emir, Ado Bayero, Buried Amidst Eulogies