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  1. Fallacy of renewal in the MDC-Team
  2. Govt plans to re-establish CMB
  3. The Real Story Of South Africa’s National Elections
  4. Hispanics Increasingly Identifying As White: White Supremacy Endures
  5. Is Not Knowing Something A Sign of Weakness? Creationists Think So
  6. More Than Half Of Black College Graduates Underemployed
  7. Nigeria’s Worthless Israeli Built Drones Won’t Help Find Kidnapped Girls
  8. Surprising Map Shows All The African Countries Where The U.S. Has Active Military Ope
  9. Abdel Fatah al-Sisi On Brink Of Presidency As Egyptians Vote
  10. Tunisia: Funeral Ceremony of Two Soldiers Martyred in Mount Chaambi
  11. Egypt: Sisi Supporters Clash With Opponents in Downtown Cairo
  12. Egypt: Students Sentenced to 5 Years for Raiding Azhar
  13. Tunisia: Interim PM, Defence Minister At Bedside of Chaambi Wounded Servicemen
  14. Morocco: HM the King Congratulates José Mario Vaz On Election As President of Guinea-
  15. Nigeria: Explosion in Jos
  16. Cameroon: Report - CAR Refugees Arrive in Cameroon Near Death
  17. Mali: Mali, Separatists Reach Cease-Fire Deal
  18. Mali: Govt Forces Retreat From Rebel-Controlled Kidal
  19. Somalia: Attack on Parliament Claims at Least 18
  20. Djibouti: Deadly Blast in Djibouti
  21. Somalia: Al Shabaab Warns Government Officials
  22. East Africa: Dar Reserved Over Single Tourism Visa
  23. South Sudan: UNMISS Says Staff Assaulted, Detained in South Sudan
  24. Malawi: Court Blocks President's Move to Scrap Election
  25. Zimbabwe: Police Reverses Ban on Tsvangirai Rally
  26. Malawi: Peter Mutharika Leads in Partial Poll Results
  27. Malawi: Electoral Commission to Recount Votes Monday
  28. Zimbabwe: VP Post - Mujuru Faces Challenge
  29. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai, Biti Talks Collapse
  30. Malawi: Malawi President Calls for Vote Audit
  31. Malawi: Electrol Body to Recount Ballot Papers Manually
  32. Sick Tsvangirai in another no-show
  33. Economists speak on policy review
  34. We’re guided by results-oriented approach: Minister
  35. Govt moves to securitise minerals
  36. $57m AfDB loan secured
  37. Corporates urged to support the needy
  38. ‘Alignment of laws needs political will’
  39. $18m boost for Hwange Colliery
  40. A glimpse of statutes that require realignment
  41. Announce results first: Malawi High Court
  42. Jacob Zuma Sworn In For Second Term As President Of South Africa
  43. The Truth About Race In America: It’s Getting Worse, Not Better
  44. Malawi’s President Moves To Scrap Elections; Will Step Down
  45. The Africa We Want Is One That Learns From The Past
  46. Friends Of Oscar Grant Reach Settlement With Bart Police
  47. Egypt: Deadly Clashes in Cairo Before Election
  48. Egypt: One Killed, Three Injured in Fayoum Clashes
  49. South Africa/Algeria: South Africa Whitewash Comoros - Algeria See-Off Tunisia
  50. Tunisia: Mount Chaambi Southern Slope Under Quasi-Total Control of Military Units
  51. Morocco/Mozambique: Friendly - Morocco Meet Mozambique in Portugal
  52. Mali: Tuareg Separatists Reach Ceasefire Deal
  53. Nigeria: Nigerians Want Performing President - Olulade
  54. Mali: Tuareg Rebels, Govt Sign Ceasefire, Agree Peace Talks
  55. Nigeria: True Federalism - Our Only Condition to Remain in Nigeria - Yoruba Groups
  56. Senegal: Govt to Offer IFC-Backed, Low Cost Health Insurance
  57. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Militants Attack Parliament
  58. South Sudan: Fresh Inter-Clan Clashes Claim Dozens
  59. Africa: New Malaria Vaccine Under Development
  60. Somalia: Security Forces Repulse Al-Shabaab Attack
  61. Tanzania: Pipeline Renovation Set to Double Water Supply in Dar es Salaam, Coast Regi
  62. Malawi: President Banda 'Nullifies' Polls, Will Step Down
  63. South Africa: President Jacob Zuma Sworn in for Second Term
  64. Mozambique: Dhlakama Is Free to Leave His Hideout - Minister
  65. South Africa: Excitement Mounts Ahead of Inauguration
  66. Angola: President Writes to Chadian Counterpart On CAR Situation
  67. Zimbabwe: President in SA for Inauguration
  68. Mozambique: Labour Minister Cancels Work Permit of Hotel Manager
  69. Medical consultation fees up 100pc
  70. US$100m for first platinum refinery
  71. ‘Leaders must not be lackeys’
  72. President in SA for inauguration
  73. Baba Jukwa chats
  74. Sekai Holland dismisses statement
  75. Zim’s golden oldies
  76. BAR TALK: Heroes championing right to be foolish
  77. Guardians’ Council speaks on MDC-T crisis
  78. Editorial Comment: Africa Day: It is time to take stock
  79. Egypt: Interior Ministry - Two Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists Behind Helwan Blast
  80. Africa: Working Amid Conflict in Libya, Red Crescent Volunteers Remain on the Frontli
  81. Egypt: 15 Activists Released After Second Police Raid On Alexandria NGO
  82. Egypt: Dozens of Disappeared Civilians Face Ongoing Torture At Military Prison
  83. Libya: Joint Statement By U.S., European Partners On Libya
  84. Nigeria: Risks Are the Only Thing That Trickle Down
  85. Nigeria: UN Security Council Blacklists Boko Haram
  86. Mali: Fresh Violence Uproots Civilians, As U.N. Official Heads North to Push for Ceas
  87. Nigeria: Teachers Protest Over Chibok Schoolgirls, Colleagues
  88. Nigeria: Nigeria Police Increase Security in Two Secondary Schools
  89. Somalia: Money Transfer Restrictions 'Threaten Families'
  90. Ethiopia: Social Ties Cushion Vulnerable Communities From Disasters
  91. Sudan: Sudanese Authorities Urged Not to Introduce "Censorship Bureau"
  92. South Sudan: MSF Rapidly Scales Up Response to Contain Cholera Outbreak
  93. Africa: Melding Science and Tradition to Tackle Climate Change
  94. Zimbabwe: Wilf Mbanga - It Doesn't Make Sense to Keep Mugabe's Health a Secret
  95. South Africa: Kruger Elephant Poaching Incident is Not 'The First in More Than Ten Ye
  96. South Africa: What Kind of Society Do You Want to Live In?
  97. Malawi: Malawi's President Says Vote Marred By Rigging, Tampering
  98. South Africa: Entrepreneurship Seen As Solution to Unemployment Crisis
  99. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Ally Sinking in Malawi Polls
  100. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Exclusive Singapore Hospital
  101. Zimbabwe: Indigenisation Now a Mess
  102. Consciously Choosing A Black Woman
  103. The Difficult Math Of Inequality
  104. ‘Fighting Racism Pointless’
  105. Fox’s Katie Pavlich: Just Because I’m Scared Of Black People Doesn’t Make Me Racist
  106. Africa’s Best Response To Boko Haram
  107. VIDEO: Africans In Lugansk, East Ukraine, Assaulted At Gunpoint
  108. Political Vampires – The Gantt Report
  109. Kenya: Al-Shabab Vows to Fight Inside Kenya
  110. Egypt: Army Chief Pulls Expat Votes
  111. Libya: Who's Fighting Whom and Why?
  112. Libya: Amnesty Calls for Gaddafi's Son to be Handed to Hague Court
  113. Libya: Electoral Body Announces Polls
  114. Egypt: AU Follow-Up Mission Arrives in Cairo
  115. West Africa: Cameroon, Chad Team Up to Combat Boko Haram
  116. Nigeria: Jonathan Snubs #BringBackOurGirls Protesters
  117. Nigeria: Teachers Protest, Demand Compensation for Slain Teachers' Families
  118. Nigeria: 'Nigeria is Not a Poor Country' - Why President Jonathan Was Wrong
  119. Nigeria: UN Security Council Meets Over Boko Haram
  120. Somalia: Somalia Nearing 'Danger Zone' in Critical Areas, Warns UN Envoy
  121. Kenya: Terrorism and Graft, Debt and Credit
  122. Ethiopia: Customs & Revenue Authority 'Most Corrupt' - Study
  123. Africa: Kagame Challenges Private Sector to Take Bigger Role - Opening AfDB Annual Me
  124. Kenya: Stop Illegal Deportations and Spare Vulnerable Refugees UN Says as Crackdown C
  125. Malawi: Deputy Minister Committed Suicide 'After Threats'
  126. South Africa: Joburg Aims to Be Africa's Greenest City
  127. South Africa: Solving the Poor's 'Poo' Problem
  128. Zimbabwe: Anniversary of New Constitution No Cause for Celebration
  129. Africa: South Africa Must Do More for Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development in
  130. Malawi: Banda Demands Manual Counting of Poll Results, Claims Rigging
  131. South Africa: WAITING FOR AUDIO AND PE - JUANITA Tarot Reader Says It's All in the Ca
  132. Malawi: Tight Race in Election
  133. ‘Zim can overcome sanctions’
  134. No more prepaid meters on houses
  135. Economy not all gloomy: Banker •‘Deflation a correction of prices’ •Growth prospects
  136. Editorial Comment: Nothing dramatic about hospital visit
  137. It’s jamboree time: Biggest Street Party in Harare
  138. Samba Night @Airport Lounge
  139. Was mutasa robbed
  140. Red tape top deterrent to pharmaceutical investors
  141. Time we considered phasing out kombis
  142. Court throws out party’s injunction bid
  143. 10 Top Tourist Attractions In Kenya
  144. Behold Nigeria’s Solar-Powered Race Car
  145. ‘The Whites Are Spreading Pornography And Homosexuality’ – Lokodo
  146. Chad And France Making Things Worse In Central African Republic
  147. Rev. Pinkney Remains Under House Arrest In Benton Harbor
  148. Jamaican Scientist Announces Breakthrough In Developing Cancer Cure
  149. Terrorism: Africa’s New Game Changer?
  150. Egypt: Mubarak Sentenced to Three Years for Corruption
  151. Egypt: Egypt, UAE Review Joint Relations
  152. Egypt: FM, Libyan, U.S., Arab Counterparts Discuss Libya Developments Over Phone
  153. Tunisia: Portugal Pledges to Support Tunisia and Help It Develop Its Relations With E
  154. Egypt: Mubarak Sentenced for Embezzling Funds
  155. Libya: Libya - Final ICC Ruling On Gaddafi - National Authorities Should Comply
  156. Tunisia: Interior Ministry Announces Arrest of Eight People Suspected of Planning Ter
  157. Tunisia: Voter Registration to Start As of June 23
  158. Nigeria: Update - Boko Haram Kills 48 Villagers in Fresh Borno Attacks
  159. Nigeria: Military Sights Abducted Chibok Schoolgirls in 3 Boko Haram Camps
  160. West Africa: U.S., South Africa Swoop on West African Internet Scams
  161. Guinea Bissau: Jose Mario Vaz Elected President
  162. Nigeria: Scientists Wary of Anti-Malarial GM Mosquitoes
  163. Burundi: Political Violence a Risk, but 'Genocide' Improbable
  164. Somalia: Let Somaliland Decide Its Fate
  165. South Sudan: Helen Clark - Keynote Address At the High-Level Event of the General Ass
  166. Kenya: Sh500 Bail for Rioting Varsity Students
  167. Somalia: Somali Piracy Curbed, but Still a Threat
  168. South Africa: Zuma Re-Elected Amid Protest
  169. Zambia: Mining Firm Rolls Back Retrenchments
  170. Zimbabwe: Video Shows Mugabe At Singapore Hospital
  171. Malawi: Voters Turn Out in Numbers to Elect New Govt
  172. Malawi: Malawians Protest Election Results
  173. South Africa: Renewing Our Democratic Imagination
  174. South Africa: Home Affairs Says It Will Renew Special Zimbabwean Permits
  175. Zvimba endorses President Mugabe
  176. SA clarifies permits position
  177. Thousands bid farewell to hero Zingoni
  178. DJ Stavo to hoist Zim flag high in UK
  179. Miss Carnival raises eyebrows
  180. Smuggling ‘mabhero’ gone easy
  181. Mutasa cries foul
  182. Mokoomba back in studio
  183. Gold flat ahead of Fed’s minutes
  184. Fare thee well, Cde Zingoni
  185. Africans Will Have A Say In Brazil – Samuel Eto’o
  186. EFF MPs Enter Parliament Dressed As Maids And Miners
  187. Confronting Anti-Black Racism Among Latinos
  188. 118 Killed In The Latest Act Of Muslim Terrorism In Nigeria
  189. I Am A Black Woman With Kinky Hair, Full Lips And Dark Skin, And I Do Not Have A Comp
  190. Police Chief, Rabbi Among 71 Nabbed In Child Pornography Bust
  191. Everyone Should Know Just How Much The Government Lied To Defend The NSA
  192. Africa: 'Africa Will Have a Say in Brazil' - Eto'o
  193. Libya: Special Forces Join Army Rebellion
  194. Morocco: Stop Using 'Terrorism' As a Pretext to Imprison Journalists
  195. Morocco: Call for Charges Against Journo Anouzla to Be Dropped, Lakome Website to Be
  196. Libya: Govt Condemns Rogue General's Attack On Parliament
  197. Nigeria: Multiple Blasts Kill Scores in Jos
  198. Guinea Bissau: Ballot Count in Run-Off Begins
  199. Nigeria: Boko Haram and the State's Crisis
  200. Nigeria: How Not to 'Bring Back Our Girls'
  201. Kenya: Over 100 Varsity Students Arrested in Fee Protest
  202. Uganda: 'People Will Die Because of Anti-Gay Law'
  203. South Sudan: Aid for South Sudan - Too Little Too Late?
  204. Kenya: Shops shut in Nairobi CBD as varsity students protest
  205. South Sudan: Food Shortage Forces Hundreds of Refugees Back Into Sudan
  206. Malawi: Malawi Votes for a New President
  207. South Africa: Why SA Must Protect Its Intellectual Property
  208. Malawi: JB Casts Vote in Domasi in Malawi's First Tripartite Elections
  209. Malawi: Chaos At Polling Stations in Blantyre As MEC Fails to Start in Time
  210. South Africa: New Film Exposes Apartheid-Era Working Conditions On Farms That Produce
  211. South Africa: Pistorius Trial - Week Nine, Day One
  212. Africa: African Press Review 20 May 2014
  213. South Africa: Ideas Have Legs - Abahlali and the DA
  214. 600 occupy sugar estates
  215. 18 radio applicants shortlisted
  216. Chiwenga calls for cancer fund
  217. Colaz hits back at Mbizvo: Right of Reply
  218. Soul Jah Love in new controversy
  219. Ten years, 17 games, no away win
  220. MSU loses US$300 000 to fraudster
  221. Highfield group tours Germany
  222. China strongly opposes US indictments over cyber snooping
  223. Essar to venture into coal mining
  224. Rio Tinto To Invest $20bn In Guinean Mine
  225. Nile Dispute: Wise Societies Surely Know How To Share
  226. Islam Attacks: Nigerian City Rocked By Deadly Twin Blasts
  227. Libya In Crisis: Special Forces Unit Joins Rogue CIA General
  228. After ANC Victory, Internal Leadership Battles Begin
  229. Are Mexicans Firebombing Black Homes In Ramona Gardens, California
  230. British Retail Chain Sainsbury’s Show Customers ‘How To Dress Like A Slave’
  231. Egypt: Court Acquits 169 Mursi Supporters
  232. Egypt: Carter Center Expresses Concern About the State of Egypt's Political Transitio
  233. Tunisia: Tunisian Community in Libya Advised to Remain Vigilant
  234. Morocco: HRH Princess Lalla Salma Inaugurates in Marrakech a Center for Breast and Ut
  235. Tunisia: Tunisia Welcomes Jewish Pilgrims
  236. Nigeria: Why I Will Not Visit Chibok - Jonathan
  237. Cote d'Ivoire: Reforms Needed Before 2015 Polls
  238. Mali: Mali Troops Sent to Regain Kidal From Separatist Tuaregs, Free Hostages
  239. Mali: Separatists and Sceptics - Refugees Divided On Future of Northern Mali
  240. Liberia: Weah, Robert Sirleaf Face Uncertainty
  241. Africa: Investing in Resilience of Smallholder Farming 'Essential'
  242. Somalia: UN Deploys First-Ever Special Force to Protect Mogadishu Staff
  243. Tanzania: Project Mixes Local, Expert Know-How to Predict Weather
  244. Rwanda: Police Deny Allegations of Forced Disappearance
  245. Somalia: U.N. Warns of Looming Food Crisis in Somalia
  246. Malawi: Nation Faces Highly-Contested Polls
  247. South Africa: SA Women Intensify Campaign to Help Rescue Chibok Girls
  248. South Africa: Mother and Disabled Daughter Face Deportation After Going to Hospital
  249. South Africa: The Myth of the Lady With the Lamp
  250. South Africa: Social Grants Being Illegally Deducted Before Reaching Recipients