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  1. Uganda: LRA Commander Captured in CAR
  2. Africa: Crime, Corruption, Militias Boost Elephant Poaching - Report
  3. South Sudan: Child Malnutrition Spikes in South Sudan
  4. South Sudan: Rebels Deny Killing Civilians in Bentiu
  5. South Africa: Healing Johannesburg's Apartheid Scars
  6. South Africa: A Visit to Modern-Day Soweto
  7. South Africa: Apartheid's Legacy Lingers On
  8. Zimbabwe: Land Ministry Officials Implicated in Allocation Scam
  9. Zimbabwe: Leave Promiscuity to Tsvangirai, Mugabe Tells Youths
  10. South Africa: Rooibos Helps Prevent Cancer - Study
  11. South Africa: Van Dyk Wins 10th Boston Marathon Title
  12. SuperSport hit back on Angel lawsuit
  13. MP Mike Gava granted bail
  14. Top cop up for theft
  15. Stealing from judge backfires
  16. Belvedere trio awaits fate
  17. Lunar Chickens flushes out ghost workers
  18. 30 perish in accidents
  19. Govt dismisses Majome licence fees application
  20. Disharmony over teacher salary disparities
  21. Empowerment policies flexible
  22. South Africa: Apartheid’s Legacy Lingers On
  23. Modern Humans May Have Dispersed Out Of Africa Earlier Than Thought
  24. Africa And The First World War
  25. Blackonomics: The State Of Black America
  26. Yes, Nigeria Is Africa’s Largest Economy, But Don’t Expect A Quick Buck
  27. Using Free Wi-Fi To Connect Africa’s Unconnected
  28. Racist? No, Our Black-Face Dance Is A Proud Tradition
  29. Angola: Cuanza Norte - Ambaca Peasants Harvest Over 9,000 Tons of Crops
  30. Angola: Labour Inspectors Told to Perform With Legality and Efficacy
  31. Egypt: Left-Winger Stands for Presidency
  32. Tunisia: Security Has Improved, Says Minister
  33. Egypt: 'Elections to Continue Even With One Candidate'
  34. Morocco: UN Security Council Holds Consultations On Situation in Western Sahara
  35. Egypt: Ousted President Mohamed Morsi's Trial Postponed to May 3
  36. Nigeria: Parent Allege More Than 200 Schoolgirls Missing
  37. Nigeria: Jonathan to Declare Re-Election Bid?
  38. Liberia: Former President's Family Wants No Govt Involvement in Burial
  39. Liberia: Govt to Arm Police Officers
  40. Nigeria: Military Wants Governors Suspended
  41. South Sudan: UN Alleges 'Targeted Ethnic Killings'
  42. Rwanda: Sweet Dreams Are Made of Rwandan Ice Cream
  43. Sudan: Chinese Engineers Abducted
  44. Sudan: No Justice for Protest Killings
  45. Africa: Somalis Trapped in 'Catch-22' Amid Crackdown On Refugees
  46. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Having Eye Trouble?
  47. South Africa: Small Firm Offers Fibre-to-Home for Internet
  48. Swaziland: Mourning Versus Survival in Swaziland
  49. Lesotho: Dark Day for Women's Rights in Lesotho
  50. Zambia: Zambia Govt to Draft Internet Law to Control 'Gossip' in Online Media
  51. Zimbabwe: President Speaks On Succession
  52. ANC poised for victory
  53. Weather hampers MH370 search
  54. Mozambique talks: Renamo makes U-turn on demands
  55. Xi congratulates Bouteflika
  56. S. Korea death toll rises to 87
  57. Reflections on Zim-Pakistani relations
  58. UK teachers to strike over pay
  59. Russian president congratulates Zim
  60. 51 000 pass through Beitbridge
  61. Media panel extends outreach to Gweru
  62. Nile Dam Study Fails To Stem The Tide Of Egyptian Indignation Towards Ethiopia
  63. Alabama Inmates Plan Strike Against Prison Slavery
  64. Muslim Terrorist And The Kidnapping Of Over A Hundred Nigerian School Girls
  65. Spike Lee Wants To See Trayvon Martin Story Told On Film
  66. Zuma Dreams Of A People Without Colour
  67. The Slaver’s Dream Come True
  68. No Future For White South Africans?
  69. Egypt: Bomb Attack - Egypt Condoles With Nigerians
  70. Egypt: Abuja Explosion - Egypt Condoles With Nigerians
  71. Nigeria: P-Square Deny Breaking Up With Brother, Jude
  72. Nigeria: Towards a People's Constitution (II)
  73. South Sudan: Officials Blame UN for Deadly Attack in Bor
  74. Sudan: Tribute to Osman Hummaida, Sudanese Human Rights Defender
  75. South Sudan: Fifty-Eight Killed in Attack On UN South Sudan Base
  76. Mozambique: Italian Rail Company Seeking to Sue Govt
  77. Mozambique: Simango Urges Young Mozambicans to Monitor Elections
  78. South Africa: Pastor Leads March Through 'Hell'
  79. South Africa: Mdluli Saga - Mthethwa and Phiyega Should Be Investigated
  80. South Africa: Mxit Is Not Dead
  81. South Africa: Zuma's Nkandla Housing Project Last Minute Damage Control
  82. Algeria: Soldiers Killed in Mountain Ambush
  83. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Five-Year-Old in School Attack
  84. Nigeria: Concerns Rise for Dozens of Abducted Schoolgirls
  85. South Africa/Ghana: Amajimbos Go Down to Ghana
  86. Nigeria: Boko Haram Claims Abuja Attack That Killed 75
  87. South Sudan: Juba Clamps Down On Media Over Fighting
  88. South Sudan: Security Council Voices Outrage At Latest Attacks Against Civilians, UN
  89. Sudan: Opposition Reiterates Call to Overthrow Bashir
  90. South Sudan: Children Killed in Brutal South Sudan Fighting
  91. Malawi: Motorcycles Join Fight Against HIV - Report
  92. Namibia: Erongo Beat Karas 2-1
  93. Namibia: Hosts Overpower Omaheke
  94. Namibia: Omusati Power Past Hardap
  95. Angola: Angolan Industrial Sector Can Be Reference in Africa
  96. Angola: Angolan Ambassador Visits Major Trade Fair in Vietnam
  97. President speaks on succession
  98. Smart meters can help Zesa
  99. Fix infrastructure before SEZ
  100. Shame on you caps utd
  101. Amuli receives Toyota Hilux
  102. You don’t change winning team, policy: Prof Moyo
  103. Zesa’s pre-paid meter dilemma
  104. ‘Zim-Asset is a results based policy’
  105. SA political leaders celebrate Easter in church
  106. ‘Malaria prevalence still high’
  107. Joseph Kony Now Dressed Up As Africa’s Bin Laded
  108. How Racial Consciousness Changed My World View
  109. Women In Revealing Clothes Deserve To Be Raped
  110. Algeria: Bouteflika Wins Fourth Term
  111. Tunisia: Tunisian President Slashes Salary By Two-Thirds
  112. Egypt: Police Disband Brotherhood Marches in Various Cities
  113. Ghana: Ghana's Oil Quagmire
  114. Nigeria: Women Outraged As Scores of Girls Still Missing
  115. Nigeria: Boko Haram Claims Abuja Bombing
  116. South Sudan: Dozens Die in Cattle Raid
  117. South Sudan: World Condemns Attack on UN Compound
  118. South Sudan: Attack on UN Base a Possible War Crime
  119. Zambia: Opposition Seeks Talks Over Constitution
  120. Namibia: Oshana Join Erongo At the Top of Group B
  121. Namibia: Ohangwena Trounce Kavango in Thriller
  122. Addis Ababa Among The 10 Fastest-Emerging Global Cities
  123. Ethiopia Sign Bilateral Military Diplomacy Agreements With 14 Nations
  124. Uganda: Doing Israel’s Dirty Work
  125. Tunisia: President Cuts His Salary
  126. Algeria: Bouteflika Camp Claims Polls Win
  127. Algeria: Officially, Bouteflika Trounces Benflis to Win Fourth Term As Algerian Presi
  128. Egypt: Egyptsat-2 a Step Towards Egyptian Space Agency
  129. Libya: Disappearance of Tunisian Diplomat in Libya - Urgent Examination of Incident -
  130. Nigeria: Abducted Schoolgirls Still Missing
  131. Nigeria: 'Abduction of School Girls, a Setback for Girl-Child Education'
  132. Cote d'Ivoire: Total Discovers Oil in Coast of Cote d'Ivoire
  133. Africa: Rescued Abducted Girls' Figure Rises to 20
  134. Nigeria: Boko Haram Bus Bombing a Sign of Weakness
  135. Somalia: Dozens Killed in Army-Police Clash
  136. Somalia: Good News for Somalis Sending Money Home
  137. Central African Republic: Africa, World Fail to Prevent Atrocities
  138. Kenya: Kenyans' Long Wait for Justice
  139. Somalia: Somalia - Military in Deadly Battle With Police in Middle Shabelle
  140. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Attacks 'Homosexual Nonsense'
  141. Malawi: Malawi - Village Chiefs Unknowingly Sleep With Sex Workers
  142. South Africa: Ruling Party Faces Defections
  143. Mozambique: A New Hub in the Global Drugs Trade?
  144. Malawi: Women Intensify Fight for Equal Space
  145. Mozambique: EDM Warns of Power Cuts as Transformer is Replaced
  146. Zimbabwe: After 34 Years of Mugabe - From Darling to Despot, and From Hope to Hunger
  147. Namibia: Fifty-Fifty Gender Representation Possible
  148. President calls for peace in MDC-T
  149. BAR TALK: Of errant nephews, woman shortages
  150. Thousands celebrate Independence Day
  151. Platinum mine gold
  152. The Roots of Easter
  153. 11die, 77 injured in holiday accidents
  154. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Special Economic Zones progressive
  155. West attacking our independence: Prof Moyo
  156. Father and son delight
  157. Independence: What does it mean to be a Zimbabwean?
  158. South Africa: ANC Facing Defections Ahead Of Critical Vote
  159. White Noise, Black Politics
  160. The ANC Survives South Africa’s ‘Arab Spring’
  161. Africa’s Hunger For Data Sends Satellites Into Orbit
  162. Happy Birthday Zimbabwe
  163. ‘B-Stylers’, Japanese Teens Who Want To Be Like Poor Blacks
  164. First “Black-Owned” Steel Mill In SA Agni Steel Starts Production
  165. Africa: World's Media Chiefs Press African Leaders on Freedoms
  166. Libya: Govt Takes On Major French Bank
  167. Algeria: Algerians Vote in Presidential Election
  168. Western Sahara: Family Visit Flights Resume in Western Sahara
  169. Egypt: Editors, Publishers, Urge Revamp of Media Laws
  170. West Africa: New Ebola Strain Causing Outbreak
  171. Guinea Bissau: Nation Prepares for Presidential Run-Off
  172. Nigeria: Officials Say Military Lied about Rescuing Girls
  173. Nigeria: Officials - Nigeria Secure for Economic Forum Despite Attacks
  174. Nigeria: Nigerian Principal Says Most Abducted Girls Still Missing
  175. South Sudan: Thirty Die in Clashes With Peacekeepers
  176. Kenya: Public Confidence in Judiciary Plummets
  177. Burundi: Looming Polls Increase Risks
  178. Kenya: Murder Case After Girl Dies From Genital Cutting
  179. South Africa: Defence Witness Contradicts Pistorius
  180. Mozambique: Renamo Will Hand Over Weapons, but Not Demilitarise
  181. Zambia: Zambia Cabinet Minister Faces Inquiry Over Alleged Office Abuse
  182. Swaziland: King's Defiant Subjects 'Will Burn'
  183. South Africa: Vote No
  184. Malawi: Malawi Launches 2014 Racing Against Malaria Campaign
  185. South Africa: Moh Dediouf, Eyrkah Badu Wow Cape Town Jazz Festival
  186. President calls for moral rectitude
  187. President meets Salvation Army leader
  188. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s walk together for a greater Zimbabwe
  189. Lawyer sues Marange Resources
  190. Jaure’s big comeback
  191. ZPC deal hangs in balance
  192. SA parties want election chief out
  193. US congratulates, sanctions Zim
  194. Thomas Mapfumo’s independence message
  195. Insurance, banking units lift Old Mutual profits
  196. Nigeria: How Some Abducted Girls Escaped
  197. Libya: Jordanian Ambassador Abducted
  198. Egypt: IMF - Ready to Support Egypt
  199. Egypt: Sedqi Calls On Commanders and Officers to Develop Their Fighting Skills
  200. Egypt: Foreign Ministry Summons Head of Iranian Interests Office in Cairo
  201. Egypt: Soldier Wounded in Sinai Bomb Explosion
  202. Nigeria: Military Frees Most Abducted Students, Eight Missing
  203. West Africa: What Should We Learn From Ebola Outbreak?
  204. Nigeria: Race to Find 200 Abducted Girls
  205. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills Borno Monarch, 19 Others in Fresh Attacks
  206. Kenya: Hundreds Deported in Terror Crackdown
  207. South Sudan: Bad News for Beijing As Rebels Attack Oil Fields
  208. Rwanda: Kagame Running Out of Credit
  209. Kenya: Kenya Police Intensify Security Crackdown
  210. Uganda: South Sudanese, Who Are Again Refugees in Uganda, See No Reason to Ever Go Ho
  211. Southern Africa: Botswana Boycotts Regional Polls
  212. South Africa: Pistorius Prosecutor Questions Expert's Evidence
  213. South Africa: President's Scandal Dogs Ruling Party Before Polls
  214. Zimbabwe: Nation Faces Imminent Economic Collapse
  215. South Africa: Will Marikana's Mr X Be a Game Changer?
  216. Swaziland: Court Cannot Curb Support for Editor
  217. South Africa: Pistorius Trial - Week Six, Day Three
  218. Zimbabwe: MDC-T Desperate for Lazarus Moment
  219. 3 255 cases recorded in Harare
  220. Rape victim (4) narrates ordeal
  221. Pair cleared of gold smuggling charge
  222. Shot robber nabbed at clinic
  223. Diaspora students blog on independence
  224. Gumbo on meaning of Independence
  225. US$2m Zimra tender raises eyebrows
  226. Special Economic Zones underway, Move tailored to lure investors, World Bank endorses
  227. President Mugabe, Mbeki meet at State House
  228. World Cup gravy train, Zim cricketers paid a fortune for a failed mission, ICC says j
  229. Africa Is Still Colonized By France – A Must Read
  230. Karyn Washington, Founder Of The Popular “For Brown Girls” Blog, Reportedly Commits S
  231. Most Americans Don’t Think Obama Is Actually Black – Survey
  232. Can Genetically Modified Crops Save Africa?
  233. Ex-Staff Accuses UN Of Failure In Darfur
  234. Libya: Security Council Condemns Abduction of Jordanian Envoy in Libya
  235. Cote d'Ivoire: 'We Can Astonish the World' - PM
  236. Algeria: Ailing President Expected to Win Election
  237. Egypt: Brotherhood Banned From Running for Govt Positions
  238. Egypt: Interpol Arrests Former Finance Minister Boutros-Ghali
  239. Libya: Trial of Former Al-Gaddafi Officials By Video Link a Farce
  240. Egypt: Brotherhood Supporters Sentenced Over Referendum Clashes
  241. Nigeria: Schoolgirls Abducted as Terrorists Strike Borno
  242. Ghana: Ghana Wants Locals to Benefit From Oil Production
  243. Guinea Bissau: Out With the Old, in With the New?
  244. Nigeria: Abuja Blast Impacts Lives, Livelihoods
  245. Nigeria: National Assembly Evacuated Over Bomb Scare
  246. Somalia: Delivering Clean Water in a Conflict-Stricken Country
  247. Kenya: Media Accused of Bias in Ongoing Crackdown
  248. Kenya: Expert Witness Pinpoints Arson Attacks
  249. South Sudan: Army Denies Attacking Rebels in Unity State
  250. South Sudan: UN Official Calls Ongoing Violence 'An Outrage' to Country's People