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  1. Govt consults on media law amendments
  2. President returns home from Vatican City
  3. Zanu-PF wins Makonde by-election uncontested
  4. Kwekwe CBD on verge of collapse
  5. Parirenyatwa speaks on drug trials
  6. Tsvangirai, Biti claim control
  7. Tsvangirai’s address to the media
  8. Zimbabwe Opposition Split Engineered In The West
  9. Clippers Owner Donald Sterling Banned For Life, Fined $2.5 Million
  10. Another View Of South Africa’s Defence Industry
  11. I Will Decide Zuma’s Fate: Malema
  12. Black Jews Remark May Dog Sterling Even More
  13. Almost 60 Royal Mummies Discovered In Egypt’s Valley Of The Kings
  14. Three Major Leagues, 92 Teams And One Black Principal Owner
  15. Namibia: Mueller, Tjaronda Win Chess Champs
  16. Mali: Morocco, Mali to Boost Agricultural Collaboration
  17. Libya: Libya Raids Benghazi Arms Bazaar
  18. Egypt: Revise Terrorism Laws to Safeguard Rights
  19. Egypt: Egypt Unfair Trial, Death Sentences Make Mockery of Justice
  20. Tunisia: NCA Continues Adoption of Draft Electoral Law
  21. Nigeria: Military Surrounds Location of Kidnapped Girls
  22. West Africa: Ebola Victims Face Stigma in West Africa
  23. Liberia: State Firm Poised to Sell Oil Blocks
  24. Nigeria: Lagos Lawmaker Advises Jonathan to Resign
  25. Ethiopia: Detained Journalists, Bloggers Appear Before Court
  26. Burundi: New Election Law a Step Forward
  27. Somalia: Pirates Flee Captured Dhow
  28. Kenya: Botched Abortions Fill Hospital Beds
  29. Congo-Kinshasa: UN, Govt Must Defeat Rwandan Rebels
  30. South Africa: Ruling Party Delays Zuma Probe Until After Polls
  31. Angola: Dos Santos Reaches Out to France Again
  32. Zambia: One More Pill to Take - Pregnancy, Malaria and HIV
  33. Malawi: Civil Society Worries About Election
  34. Zimbabwe: One Way or Another, Morgan Tsvangirai Must Go
  35. South Africa: Pistorius Trial Tells Us a Lot About Our Society
  36. Namibia: Gladiators to Tour Germany
  37. ZEC unveils new voting system •Polling station-based registration proposed •Diaspora
  38. Govt orders diamond firms audit
  39. Chinese army donates to ZDF
  40. Tomana stands his ground on Telecel
  41. CEOs still earning mega perks
  42. Veteran photo journalist Zvomuya dies
  43. Gorowa meets Zifa trio
  44. Is there prime time on ZBCTV?
  45. Zibawu demands probe into AfrAsia
  46. Zim’s mineral income drops 15pc
  47. Zimbabwe’s Foreign Backed Opposition In Shambles
  48. Twenty Years On, Still Waiting For The ANC To Deliver
  49. I’ve Been Ridiculed Because Of My Afro, But I Have No Desire To Straighten My Hair
  50. Egypt Should Stop Bitching And Return To Dialogue Over The Nile
  51. Mo Ibrahim: Now Is The Time For Afro-Realism
  52. America Advertising Its Impotence
  53. Mabel Robinson Williams, (1931-2014), Leaves A Legacy Of Struggle And Community Servi
  54. Ethiopia: Thirty Six Hours Later, No Official Statement About Ethiopian Jailed Blogge
  55. Eritrea: Micro-Dam Under Construction At Giniseba Administrative Area
  56. Kenya: CIC Warns of Constitutional Crisis in Ngilu, Swazuri War
  57. Kenya: Exploration Activity Up As Kenya Dashes for Oil, Gas
  58. South Africa: South Africa's Pan-African Academic Appeal
  59. Egypt: Morsi Supporters Get Lengthy Sentences
  60. Egypt: Presidential Candidates Announced
  61. Egypt: Revolutionary Socialists Back Sabahi's Presidential Bid
  62. Egypt: Al-Masreyeen Al-Ahrrar Backs Sisi's Presidential Bid
  63. Zimbabwe: Egypt's Polkloric Lights Up Trade Fair
  64. Nigeria: Land Dispute Claims Dozens
  65. Mali: UN Urges Parties to Speed Up Talks
  66. Africa: Elephants, Indomitable Lions Handed Tough Draw
  67. Nigeria: Borno Moves to Relocate Schools
  68. Nigeria: President Jonathan Says Boko Haram Will Pay for Crimes
  69. Somalia: Worshippers Killed in Gun Attack
  70. Uganda: Mbabazi Rejects Museveni Money
  71. Uganda: Wetlands Eviction Order Hard to Enforce - Ministry
  72. Uganda: Museveni's Failure to Name Chief Justice
  73. Tanzania: 3,967 Inmates On Union Day Amnesty List
  74. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Rejects Suspension
  75. South Africa: Police Evacuate Minister As Rally Turns Violent
  76. Zimbabwe: Biti Always Wanted to Be President - Chamisa
  77. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Summons Biti to Explain 'Coup Attempt'
  78. Zambia: ZICA Invests U.S. $300 Million in L/Stone Convention Centre
  79. Zambia: Early Marriages Rock Chainda
  80. Angola: Angoflex Performance Highlighted in France
  81. Angola: Parliament Speaker Attends Canonization of Popes
  82. 2005 -The last time it happened
  83. President witnesses historic canonisation
  84. Council bosses in $650k salary scam
  85. MDC-T factions cross swords, Tsvangirai group digs in, Go to court, Biti camp dares T
  86. DeMbare get it right
  87. No to chrome ore exports: Govt
  88. Macheso pens divorce song
  89. SA now a better place, says Zuma
  90. Hwange hold Bosso
  91. Pohamba hails Pretoria’s role in maintaining global peace
  92. Ivory Coast ‘One Of Africa’s Best Bets’, Says Investor
  93. Africa’s Richest Man Makes Time’s 100 Most Influential People List
  94. East Africa To Form Standby Force
  95. Shomrim Members Allegedly Obstructed Justice In Taj Patterson Beating Case
  96. South Africa Marks 20 Years Of Freedom Ahead Of Election
  97. Spineless Protest By Clippers’ Players Over Owner’s Racist Remarks
  98. Mozambique: First Civic Service Providers Graduate
  99. Egypt: Egyptian Girl Kidnapped in Libya
  100. Egypt: Activists to Demonstrate Against Protest Law
  101. Nigeria: No Hope Yet On Abducted Girls - Investigation
  102. Sierra Leone/Malawi: Malawi, Sierra Leone Ease Into Second Round
  103. Nigeria: Sani Kaita Explains the Choice of Enyimba
  104. Angola: Garoua's Coton Sport in Luanda to Play Local Petro
  105. South Sudan: Army Claims Strategic Town
  106. Tanzania: Marking 50 Years of Union
  107. South Sudan: Readout of Secretary Kerry's Call With South Sudanese President Kiir
  108. South Sudan: How Hate Radio Was Used to Incite Bentiu Massacres
  109. Tanzania: Union Stepping Stone Towards Greater African Continental Unity
  110. Zimbabwe: Opposition Suspends Tsvangirai
  111. Mozambique: Gorongosa Clashes Prevent Opening of Registration Posts
  112. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai 'Suspended' in Party Infighting
  113. Malawi: JB Pledges 56 Computers to Mtendere Secondary School.
  114. Namibia: Call to Amend Land Acquisition Laws
  115. Malawi: JB Leaves for Tanzania
  116. Zimbabwe: July 31 - the Day Zanu-PF Won Itself Aground
  117. Nigeria: Govt Forces Clash With Boko Haram Near Forest
  118. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Heads for the Vatican
  119. Morocco: HRH Prince Moulay Rachid Receives FAO Award Presented to Morocco for Reachin
  120. Tunisia: Over 120 Italian Tourists to Participate in Sixteenth Douz Sahara Marathon
  121. Algeria: UN Security Council Press Statement On Terrorist Attack in Algeria
  122. Tunisia: Marzouki Meets With ISIE Delegation
  123. Tunisia: Tunis Media City - Satellite Broadcasting Company Created
  124. Nigeria: Nigerian Film Board Delays Showing of 'Half of a Yellow Sun'
  125. Nigeria: No End in Sight to Boko Haram Attacks
  126. Ghana: Petroleum Funds Well Managed, Says NGO
  127. Nigeria: Jonathan, Governors Agree to Unite to Fight Insecurity
  128. West Africa: Farmers, Ranchers Clash On Nigeria-Cameroon Border
  129. Sudan: Govt to Free 'Political' Detainees
  130. Uganda: Govt Votes to Provide Gender-Sensitive Reparations Fund
  131. South Sudan: Statement by Kenyan President Kenyatta, Chairman of the East African Com
  132. South Sudan: Poor Gambella! So Far From Addis Ababa, So Close to South Sudan
  133. South Sudan: South Sudan Children in the Firing Line
  134. Malawi: Banda Set to Defeat Divided Opponents
  135. Zimbabwe: Concerns Mount Over Mugabe's Health
  136. South Africa: Does Ruling Party Have 'Good Story to Tell'?
  137. Mozambique: Govt Makes Major Concession to Opposition
  138. Mozambique: Police Arrest Opposition Members Collecting Signatures
  139. Africa: Secretary Kerry to Visit Addis Ababa, Kinshasa and Luanda
  140. Mozambique: Portuguese Company Forced to Rebuild Botched Road
  141. South Africa: Public Protector, Sentinel Gets Global Recognition
  142. Malawi elections: Battle for youths
  143. Sanctions hurting industry
  144. We’re simply doing our job: ZRP
  145. First Lady calls for prison reforms
  146. Of presents and their worth
  147. President leaves for Vatican City
  148. Govt targets investment, reviews economic policies
  149. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Observing traffic rules makes our roads safe
  150. Zimbabwe open for business: President
  151. Tito Vilanova dies aged 45
  152. Why Are Africans Getting Ripped Off On Remittances?
  153. Zuma Reiterates ANC Policy On Black Empowerment
  154. Cliven Bundy Says He’s Not Racist As Lawmakers Decry Racist Remarks On Blacks
  155. Economic Warfare: U.S. Freezes Zimbabwe Embassy Account
  156. Exercise May Preserve Thinking Skills And Memory
  157. Futuristic Technology A Cause For Concern
  158. Rio Neighborhood Hit By Riots After Murder Of Afro-Brazilian Blamed On Police
  159. Algeria: Algerians Await Bouteflika Reforms
  160. Morocco: France Vetoes Athlete Khalid Shah's Extradition to Norway
  161. Tunisia: New Constitution Translated in Tunisian Dialect - ATDC
  162. Morocco: Washington Friends of Western Sahara to Host 10 Saharawi Refugee Children Th
  163. Morocco: Ambassador Ubbi Bachraya Warns of New Rwanda Genocide in Western Sahara
  164. Nigeria: Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Abducted Schoolgirls
  165. Nigeria: Stage Set for Lankmark Polls
  166. Liberia: Nation Might be Declared Ebola Free
  167. West Africa: Ebola Death Toll Rises in West Africa
  168. Mali: Mali's Peace Train 'Cannot Be Turned Back'
  169. Rwanda: Kagame Hints at 2017 Election Run
  170. Kenya: Murder Charges After Mutilation Victim Dies
  171. Uganda: Persecution of Gays Grows
  172. South Sudan: Juba Accused of Media Crackdown
  173. Somalia: Stowaway's Father Says Allah Protected Son
  174. Mozambique: Opposition Joins Election With Its Own Armed Militia
  175. Malawi: Banda Boycotts First Presidential TV Debate
  176. South Africa: South Africans Must Vote Carefully, Tutu Says
  177. South Africa: A Brief Chronicle of Apartheid
  178. South Africa: 20 Years On - Why Did It Take a Prisoner to Bring Down Apartheid?
  179. South Africa: Malema Responds to Open Letter
  180. South Africa: Open Letter to Controversial Party Leader Julius Malema from Gayton McK
  181. Botswana: Helicopter Debris Found, Crew Dead
  182. EDITORIAL COMMENT: It’s time for robust responses
  183. Who cleared Chigova?
  184. Bev has lost time: Zoey
  185. AfrAsia Bank faces $79m lawsuit
  186. Kombi wars: Govt moves in
  187. Parly invites public to nominate commissioners
  188. Come on Eliah, we failed
  189. Are our MPs slaves of the whipping system?
  190. I won’t panic: Macheso
  191. Seed Co completes Vilmorin transaction
  192. Rethinking The Voices Of Aswan Dam And GERD
  193. Nigeria’s Economic Expansion Dwarfs BRIC’s Combined Growth
  194. How South Africa Created Malemas And How It Is Killing Them
  195. Cooperation, Africa’s Path To Prosperity
  196. Jamaica Could Decriminalize Marijuana This Year
  197. Oklahoma Supreme Court Rejects Death-Row Inmates’ Claims
  198. Five Types Of Women Who Go On Dating Sites
  199. Kenya: Uhuru Wants Out in Barasa's Anti-ICC Case
  200. Tunisia: Government Opted for Long-Term Economic Reforms - PM
  201. Egypt: Two Policemen and Gunman Killed
  202. Egypt: Breaking | Two Wounded in Bomb Blast Near Cairo
  203. Egypt: Court Deferred the Consideration of 'Marriott Cell' Case to May 3
  204. Africa: Security Forces Started and "Ismail Serageldin" Resumed It - Poet Omar Hazek
  205. Nigeria: From Sticks and Machetes to Rocket-Propelled Grenades
  206. Liberia: Has George Weah Traded His Senatorial Bid?
  207. Nigeria: Boko Haram's War On Children
  208. Mali: France Vows to Punish Jihadists for Hostage's Death
  209. Nigeria: Improved Agriculture Can Lift Nigerians Out of Poverty
  210. Burundi: Ignoring the Problem Won't Make It Go Away
  211. Kenya: Weak Laws and Capitalist Economy Deplete Kenya's Natural Wealth
  212. Burundi: World Bank to Finance New Hydropower Development
  213. South Sudan: Rebels Say On 'Rescue Mission' to Bor
  214. Kenya: Two Cops Among Four People Killed in Nairobi Blast
  215. South Africa: Why the Poor Vote for the Ruling Party
  216. Zimbabwe: U.S. Revises Targeted Sanctions
  217. Malawi: Govt to Prioritise Gender-Based Messages in Response to HIV and TB
  218. Swaziland: Opposition Urges International Pressure On Govt
  219. Swaziland: Arrest, Release, Repeat - An Interactive Timeline of Bheki Makhubu and Thu
  220. South Africa: Inumber Number Set to Rock SA Cinemas
  221. Madagascar: Madagascar Appoints Cabinet
  222. Zimbabwe: A 16-Year-Old Domestic Worker in Harare
  223. Debt overhang deters funding . . . as Govt plots strategies to attract investors
  224. Diamond firms told of their fate
  225. Mukanya blasts local promoters
  226. US freezes Zim embassy account
  227. ‘Moscow will respond to attacks on Russian interests’
  228. Kaukonde ups stake in Willdale
  229. Aligning Zim-Asset, Trade Fair progressive
  230. Zesa to introduce power recharge cards
  231. I’M OFF: Kaindu dumps Bosso for Chipolopolo role
  232. MH370 may have landed safely somewhere – reports
  233. As Discontent With The ANC Increases, EFF Offers A Sober Alternative
  234. The White ‘Saviours’ Of The Arabs
  235. KKK Forms ‘Neighborhood Watch’ Group In Pennsylvania
  236. The Big African Currency Question A Must Read
  237. Over 40% Of Domestic Violence Victims Are Male – Report
  238. How Africa Beat The West At Reinventing Money For The Mobile Age
  239. President Mugabe’s Salary Sparks Debate
  240. Libya: Libya Jihadists Hold Tunisian Diplomat
  241. Western Sahara: President of Republic Expresses Condemnation At Visit of Ivorian Inte
  242. Tunisia: National Security Council - Commitment to Restoring State's Authority
  243. Tunisia: Syphax Airlines - Tunis-Montreal Direct Air Service to Be Launched Thursday
  244. Tunisia: Steps to Ensure Repatriation of Tunisian Hostages - PM
  245. Nigeria: Ex-Militia Fights Delta Oil Theft
  246. Nigeria: Need to Ramp Up Aid Response in Northeast
  247. Africa: Palm Oil Industry Struggles to Build Trust in Rights Pledges
  248. Nigeria: Deep Inside Sambisa Forest - A Story About the Abducted Girls
  249. Mali: Fighters Claim They Killed Hostage
  250. South Sudan: Army Admits Losing County to Rebels