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  1. Red tape top deterrent to pharmaceutical investors
  2. Time we considered phasing out kombis
  3. Court throws out party’s injunction bid
  4. 10 Top Tourist Attractions In Kenya
  5. Behold Nigeria’s Solar-Powered Race Car
  6. ‘The Whites Are Spreading Pornography And Homosexuality’ – Lokodo
  7. Chad And France Making Things Worse In Central African Republic
  8. Rev. Pinkney Remains Under House Arrest In Benton Harbor
  9. Jamaican Scientist Announces Breakthrough In Developing Cancer Cure
  10. Terrorism: Africa’s New Game Changer?
  11. Egypt: Mubarak Sentenced to Three Years for Corruption
  12. Egypt: Egypt, UAE Review Joint Relations
  13. Egypt: FM, Libyan, U.S., Arab Counterparts Discuss Libya Developments Over Phone
  14. Tunisia: Portugal Pledges to Support Tunisia and Help It Develop Its Relations With E
  15. Egypt: Mubarak Sentenced for Embezzling Funds
  16. Libya: Libya - Final ICC Ruling On Gaddafi - National Authorities Should Comply
  17. Tunisia: Interior Ministry Announces Arrest of Eight People Suspected of Planning Ter
  18. Tunisia: Voter Registration to Start As of June 23
  19. Nigeria: Update - Boko Haram Kills 48 Villagers in Fresh Borno Attacks
  20. Nigeria: Military Sights Abducted Chibok Schoolgirls in 3 Boko Haram Camps
  21. West Africa: U.S., South Africa Swoop on West African Internet Scams
  22. Guinea Bissau: Jose Mario Vaz Elected President
  23. Nigeria: Scientists Wary of Anti-Malarial GM Mosquitoes
  24. Burundi: Political Violence a Risk, but 'Genocide' Improbable
  25. Somalia: Let Somaliland Decide Its Fate
  26. South Sudan: Helen Clark - Keynote Address At the High-Level Event of the General Ass
  27. Kenya: Sh500 Bail for Rioting Varsity Students
  28. Somalia: Somali Piracy Curbed, but Still a Threat
  29. South Africa: Zuma Re-Elected Amid Protest
  30. Zambia: Mining Firm Rolls Back Retrenchments
  31. Zimbabwe: Video Shows Mugabe At Singapore Hospital
  32. Malawi: Voters Turn Out in Numbers to Elect New Govt
  33. Malawi: Malawians Protest Election Results
  34. South Africa: Renewing Our Democratic Imagination
  35. South Africa: Home Affairs Says It Will Renew Special Zimbabwean Permits
  36. Zvimba endorses President Mugabe
  37. SA clarifies permits position
  38. Thousands bid farewell to hero Zingoni
  39. DJ Stavo to hoist Zim flag high in UK
  40. Miss Carnival raises eyebrows
  41. Smuggling ‘mabhero’ gone easy
  42. Mutasa cries foul
  43. Mokoomba back in studio
  44. Gold flat ahead of Fed’s minutes
  45. Fare thee well, Cde Zingoni
  46. Africans Will Have A Say In Brazil – Samuel Eto’o
  47. EFF MPs Enter Parliament Dressed As Maids And Miners
  48. Confronting Anti-Black Racism Among Latinos
  49. 118 Killed In The Latest Act Of Muslim Terrorism In Nigeria
  50. I Am A Black Woman With Kinky Hair, Full Lips And Dark Skin, And I Do Not Have A Comp
  51. Police Chief, Rabbi Among 71 Nabbed In Child Pornography Bust
  52. Everyone Should Know Just How Much The Government Lied To Defend The NSA
  53. Africa: 'Africa Will Have a Say in Brazil' - Eto'o
  54. Libya: Special Forces Join Army Rebellion
  55. Morocco: Stop Using 'Terrorism' As a Pretext to Imprison Journalists
  56. Morocco: Call for Charges Against Journo Anouzla to Be Dropped, Lakome Website to Be
  57. Libya: Govt Condemns Rogue General's Attack On Parliament
  58. Nigeria: Multiple Blasts Kill Scores in Jos
  59. Guinea Bissau: Ballot Count in Run-Off Begins
  60. Nigeria: Boko Haram and the State's Crisis
  61. Nigeria: How Not to 'Bring Back Our Girls'
  62. Kenya: Over 100 Varsity Students Arrested in Fee Protest
  63. Uganda: 'People Will Die Because of Anti-Gay Law'
  64. South Sudan: Aid for South Sudan - Too Little Too Late?
  65. Kenya: Shops shut in Nairobi CBD as varsity students protest
  66. South Sudan: Food Shortage Forces Hundreds of Refugees Back Into Sudan
  67. Malawi: Malawi Votes for a New President
  68. South Africa: Why SA Must Protect Its Intellectual Property
  69. Malawi: JB Casts Vote in Domasi in Malawi's First Tripartite Elections
  70. Malawi: Chaos At Polling Stations in Blantyre As MEC Fails to Start in Time
  71. South Africa: New Film Exposes Apartheid-Era Working Conditions On Farms That Produce
  72. South Africa: Pistorius Trial - Week Nine, Day One
  73. Africa: African Press Review 20 May 2014
  74. South Africa: Ideas Have Legs - Abahlali and the DA
  75. 600 occupy sugar estates
  76. 18 radio applicants shortlisted
  77. Chiwenga calls for cancer fund
  78. Colaz hits back at Mbizvo: Right of Reply
  79. Soul Jah Love in new controversy
  80. Ten years, 17 games, no away win
  81. MSU loses US$300 000 to fraudster
  82. Highfield group tours Germany
  83. China strongly opposes US indictments over cyber snooping
  84. Essar to venture into coal mining
  85. Rio Tinto To Invest $20bn In Guinean Mine
  86. Nile Dispute: Wise Societies Surely Know How To Share
  87. Islam Attacks: Nigerian City Rocked By Deadly Twin Blasts
  88. Libya In Crisis: Special Forces Unit Joins Rogue CIA General
  89. After ANC Victory, Internal Leadership Battles Begin
  90. Are Mexicans Firebombing Black Homes In Ramona Gardens, California
  91. British Retail Chain Sainsbury’s Show Customers ‘How To Dress Like A Slave’
  92. Egypt: Court Acquits 169 Mursi Supporters
  93. Egypt: Carter Center Expresses Concern About the State of Egypt's Political Transitio
  94. Tunisia: Tunisian Community in Libya Advised to Remain Vigilant
  95. Morocco: HRH Princess Lalla Salma Inaugurates in Marrakech a Center for Breast and Ut
  96. Tunisia: Tunisia Welcomes Jewish Pilgrims
  97. Nigeria: Why I Will Not Visit Chibok - Jonathan
  98. Cote d'Ivoire: Reforms Needed Before 2015 Polls
  99. Mali: Mali Troops Sent to Regain Kidal From Separatist Tuaregs, Free Hostages
  100. Mali: Separatists and Sceptics - Refugees Divided On Future of Northern Mali
  101. Liberia: Weah, Robert Sirleaf Face Uncertainty
  102. Africa: Investing in Resilience of Smallholder Farming 'Essential'
  103. Somalia: UN Deploys First-Ever Special Force to Protect Mogadishu Staff
  104. Tanzania: Project Mixes Local, Expert Know-How to Predict Weather
  105. Rwanda: Police Deny Allegations of Forced Disappearance
  106. Somalia: U.N. Warns of Looming Food Crisis in Somalia
  107. Malawi: Nation Faces Highly-Contested Polls
  108. South Africa: SA Women Intensify Campaign to Help Rescue Chibok Girls
  109. South Africa: Mother and Disabled Daughter Face Deportation After Going to Hospital
  110. South Africa: The Myth of the Lady With the Lamp
  111. South Africa: Social Grants Being Illegally Deducted Before Reaching Recipients
  112. Malawi: Election Support Body Highlights Poll Issues
  113. Botswana: Phds in Focus - Building Electron Microscopy in Botswana
  114. South Africa: U.S. to Repatriate Nakasa's Remains
  115. Baba Jukwa and Sahwira chatting
  116. Missing Flight MH370: CIA, Boeing accused of cover-up
  117. Banda favourite as Malawians vote
  118. West’s travel warnings rile Kenyatta
  119. President consoles Zingoni, Sekeramayi families
  120. VP Mujuru inducted into Hall of Fame
  121. ‘Driver was fast, reckless’
  122. Zinara flouts SPB tender procedures
  123. Politburo meets tomorrow
  124. CMED prejudiced of $7m
  125. Happy Birthday Malcolm X!
  126. African Parents, Stop Forcing Religion Upon Your Children!
  127. Black People Aren’t Stupid, So They Must Be Racist
  128. Drug Testing Actually Boosts Black Employment – Study
  129. How China Is Taking Over Africa
  130. Subtle Racism Worse Than Bigoted Outbursts – Eric Holder
  131. African Diplomats In Israel: We’re Afraid To Walk Down Streets
  132. Egypt: Presidential Decree Increases President's Salary
  133. Egypt: Sobhi Saleh and Other Brotherhood Leaders Sentenced
  134. Egypt: Bomb Wounds Four At Pro-Sisi Conference in Cairo
  135. Egypt: Govt Extends Duration of Expat Vote
  136. Libya/Tunisia: Ahly Benghazi Hosts Esperance in Omdurman
  137. Nigeria: Car Bomb Kills Civilians in Kano
  138. West Africa: African Leaders 'Declare War' On Boko Haram
  139. Mali: Separatists Abduct Civil Servants in Kidal
  140. Nigeria: Fresh Attacks Claim Dozens
  141. West Africa: African Leaders Declare 'War' On Al-Qaeda-Linked Boko Haram
  142. Burundi: Leading Activist Arrested, Says Rights Group
  143. Sudan: Refusing to See Darfur's Agony
  144. Sudan: Opposition Leader Arrested
  145. Somalia: No Silver Lining for Child Labourers
  146. South Sudan: Ethiopia Considers Withdrawing Peacekeepers
  147. Mozambique: Voter Registration Reaches Over 87 Per Cent
  148. Mozambique: Renamo Attacks Damage Tourism
  149. Zimbabwe: MDC-T Power Struggles Dampen Exiles' Hopes
  150. Malawi: MEC Refutes Rumours of Security Officers Voting Ahead of 20 May
  151. Malawi: PP Govt to Revamp Rail Transport
  152. Malawi: Presidential Initiative On Safe Motherhood to Train 1000 Community Midwives
  153. Malawi: MEC Prints 24 Million Ballot Papers
  154. Malawi: Malawi Joins the World in "Bring Back Our Girls Campaign"
  155. Baba Jukwa chats with Sahwira waBaba Jukwa
  156. 62 Presidential amnesty beneficiaries jailed
  157. Govt works on health insurance model
  158. Ecobank offers $120m for ZETDC meters
  159. Majority population access clean water, report reveals
  160. Chief Mangwende remembered
  161. Pardon recipient up for robbery
  162. Facebook faces lawsuit over Baba Jukwa
  163. Hwange set to retrench thousands
  164. Handful supporters turn up for MDC-T rally
  165. Mali’s Prime Minister Declares War Against Tuareg Terrorists
  166. Boko Haram And The Crippling Of Islam In Africa
  167. Gunfire Erupts Outside Libyan Parliament
  168. Lebron Never Said He Would Boycott If Sterling Stays A Clippers Owner
  169. Utah Lawmaker Proposes Bringing Back Firing Squads For Executions
  170. Is PHARRELL For Real About THE NEW BLACK
  171. Kenya: Police Hunt Bombers After Nairobi Explosions Leave 10 Dead
  172. Mozambique: Guebuza Inaugurates New Head Office of Largest Bank
  173. Libya: General Vows to Fight Islamist Militants
  174. Egypt: Carter Center Expresses Concern About Egypt's Political Transition
  175. Egypt: Sisi's Campaign Begins Distributing 300,000 Energy-Saving Lamps
  176. Egypt: Youths Mock Presidential Candidates Via Hashtags
  177. Egypt: Interior Ministry Says Ready to Secure Presidential Elections
  178. Nigeria: Global Strategy Against Boko Haram Adopted
  179. Nigeria: Paris Summit Discusses Boko Haram Security Threat
  180. West Africa: Leaders Meet to Tackle Boko Haram
  181. Nigeria: Security Fears Force Jonathan to Abort Chibok Visit
  182. Nigeria: France Convenes Summit on Boko Haram
  183. Kenya: New Terror Attacks Hit As Tourists Leave
  184. Kenya: Kenya to Open Diplomatic Office in Somaliland
  185. Somalia: Two Injured in Wajir Gun Attack
  186. Kenya: Machakos On High Alert for Terror
  187. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Health Troubles - Zim On Auto-Pilot?
  188. Mozambique: Renamo Gunmen Kill Govt Soldiers
  189. Africa: Africa Fights for Immunity for Government Leaders
  190. Mozambique: Presidential Pay Increase Spark Protest
  191. Mozambique: Death Toll in Mine Collapse Rises
  192. Mozambique: Judges' Strike Paralyses Maputo Courts
  193. Mozambique: Raul Domingos Launches Presidential Bid
  194. Malawi: MEC Deploys First Consignment of Ballot Papers
  195. Will Malema’s Revolution Be Co-Opted By The System?
  196. The Modern Day Bully
  197. 10 Things Everyone Should Know About White Supremacy
  198. Doing Business While Black: Many Firms Wonder If Race Really Matters
  199. From Winery To Factories, Chinese Firms Investing Billions In South Africa
  200. Africa’s Greatest Threat Today Is Terrorism
  201. 43 Killed In Libya Clashes, Authorities Close Benghazi Airport
  202. Kenya: Security Concerns Rise After Deadly Nairobi Blast
  203. Egypt: Electoral Body Reports Big Expat Turnout
  204. Tunisia: Civil Society Prepares to Help Women Speak Their Truth
  205. Morocco: AI Asks Morocco to End Impunity for Torture in Western Sahara
  206. Algeria: Algeria Calls On EU to Support UN Efforts in Western Sahara
  207. Nigeria: U.S. State Department Daily Press Briefing: Nigeria, Egypt
  208. Mali: Most Malians Want a United Country - Survey
  209. Nigeria: Jonathan to Negotiate Over Girls?
  210. Sierra Leone: Genital Cutting Is Bad, but It's Not Child Abuse, Says London-Born Surv
  211. Africa: When Falling in Love is Considered 'Wrong'
  212. Senegal: Warring Groups Unite Over Forest Losses
  213. Rwanda: Police, Soldiers Implicated in Disappearances
  214. Kenya: Twin Blasts Hit Nairobi
  215. Somalia: Kenya Fumes As Western Security Warnings Drive Tourists Out
  216. South Sudan: Kith, Kin and Peace Agreements
  217. Malawi: Banda's Vice-President Defects
  218. Swaziland: Mswati Costs Nation U.S. $61 Million
  219. Zimbabwe: Mugabe 'No Longer Fit to Govern'
  220. Zimbabwe: Flood Victims Face Loss of Food Aid Unless They Grow Sugar Cane
  221. South Africa: SA Astronomers Discover Stars On Edge of Milky Way
  222. South Africa: Malik Bendjelloul - Death of a Filmmaker Who Told an Extraordinary Sout
  223. South Africa: The Return of Government's Iron Fist and Numsa's Mission to Crush It
  224. South Africa: Objectivity of Media Is Not About Which Side It Is On
  225. Goromonzi woman in fatal sex romp
  226. Sodomy councillor at it again
  227. Kasukuwere appoints new board for Zinwa
  228. Chickens come home to roost for Tsvangirai
  229. Govt to tighten screws on contractors
  230. Baba Jukwa saga sucks in Gutu
  231. Let’s speak with one voice: Prof Moyo
  232. Zim’s TV capacity to increase: Mandiwanzira
  233. City bosses divert loan cash to cars…• 25 luxury vehicles bought • Funds meant for wa
  234. Dube wants Warriors to evoke CHAN spirit
  235. Egypt: One Killed, 20 Stores Smashed in Cario Clashes
  236. Egypt: Expats Vote in Presidential Election
  237. Egypt: Egypt's Legal System Needs Reform, UN and African Experts Say After Mass Death
  238. Egypt: Egypt Applies Daylight Saving Time Starting Friday
  239. Libya: Libya Faces Haraga Epidemic
  240. Nigeria: How Twitter Built Global Outrage On Girl's Abduction
  241. Nigeria: Nigeria Won't Swap Boko Haram Prisoners for Girls
  242. Nigeria: Nigeria Government Seeks 'No Opposition Help' Over Boko Haram
  243. Cameroon: Illegal Ivory Trade Funds African Rebel Groups
  244. Nigeria: Nigeria Wants Help to Find Girls, Contain Boko Haram
  245. Africa: African Awakening Will Avert Future Food Crises
  246. Uganda: Report - Anti-Gay Abuse Surges in Uganda After Bill Passage
  247. Kenya: ICC Prosecution Withdraws 'Unreliable' Witness
  248. Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Act's Heavy Toll
  249. Sudan: 'Abhorrent' Death Sentence for Woman On Grounds of Her Religion
  250. Mozambique: Dozens Buried in Illegal Mine Collapse