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  1. Nigeria: Security Officers Join Women in 'Bring Back Our Girls' Protest
  2. Nigeria: Boko Haram Cuts Off Border Town
  3. Nigeria: China to Upgrade Ties With Abuja
  4. Rwanda: UN Honours Brave Senegalese Peacekeeper
  5. Somalia: Nation At 'Risk of Relapse'
  6. Sudan: LRA Leader Within S. Sudan's Disputed Region, Says UN
  7. Uganda: ARVs a Bitter Pill to Swallow for Ugandan Children
  8. Somalia: Somalia Risks 'Catastrophe' As Warning Signs Echo 2011 Famine - Agencies
  9. South Africa: Ruling ANC Party Maintains Early Lead
  10. Africa: Media Reports Exaggerate the Number of Zambian and SA Women Who Binge Drink
  11. South Africa: Pistorius Was 'Suffering Emotionally' After Shooting, Witness Says
  12. South Africa: Year of Elections in Emerging Economies ... Focus On Brazil and South A
  13. South Africa: Polls Close in First Born Free Vote
  14. South Africa: Observers Give Thumbs Up to South Africa's Election
  15. South Africa: Panel Discussion - Apartheid Cities Endure Because There Is No Politica
  16. South Africa: Election Results Pour in
  17. Diamond park to open soon: Chidhakwa
  18. Media experts blast Holland over pirate radio stations
  19. Amai Mugabe bemoans rise in baby dumping
  20. Court upholds death sentences against 10
  21. South Africa hailed on election observers
  22. Govt to inject new life into growth points
  23. Health sector shortcomings blamed for maternal deaths
  24. ‘Zim ready to engage West’
  25. MPs’ taste for freebies shocking
  26. ‘China, Africa committed to common development’
  27. 310 People Killed In Latest Boko Haram Attack
  28. Redeeming The Image Of Black Men In The Media
  29. The ANC Will Win 60%, But Will Need EFF In Parliament
  30. Willow Smith Bedroom Photo Upsets Critics — But Not Her Parents?
  31. Jet Magazine Ending Print Publication
  32. USA A Sinkhole: What’s Worth Fighting For?
  33. The First African-American Piano Manufacturer
  34. Africa: World Economic Forum Africa - Not What You Imagine
  35. North Africa: It Took More Than New Media to Deliver the Arab Spring
  36. Africa: U.S. Offers Abuja Help Over Abducted Schoolgirls
  37. Tunisia: Training Session On Pops Inventories
  38. Angola/Morocco: Call Up for Friendly Matches With Morocco and Iran Comes Out May 20
  39. Tunisia: Brazilian Businessmen Willing to Participate in Tunisia Investment Forum
  40. Nigeria: Hundreds Killed At Cameroon, Nigeria Border
  41. Nigeria: The Chibok Kidnapping - an Intricate Public Relations Exercise
  42. Nigeria: Hundreds Reported Dead in Boko Haram Attack On Border Town
  43. Africa: Nigeria Police Offer N50 Million Reward for Information On Abducted Schoolgir
  44. Nigeria: We Must Stand Up in Defence of Nigeria's Abducted Schoolgirls
  45. South Sudan: U.S. Slaps Sanctions On Two Generals
  46. South Sudan: Rights Group Reports 'Horrific Atrocities'
  47. South Sudan: President Kiir Accepts Interim Government With Riek Machar
  48. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Most Successful at Cutting Maternal Deaths - NGO
  49. Kenya: 57 Dead as Illicit Brew Mystery Deepens
  50. South Africa: Election Sees High Turnout
  51. Zimbabwe: Health Experts Call for Integrated Approach to HIV and TB
  52. South Africa: South Africans Turn Up in Their Thousands to Cast Ballots On Election D
  53. South Africa: Conflicted and Furious - Voting in a Post-Mandela World
  54. South Africa: Elections 2014 - South Africa, Ke Nako, It's Time!
  55. South Africa: Ruling ANC Expected to Lose Ground in Elections
  56. Africa: Angola Visit Highlight of Chinese Premier's Trip
  57. South Africa: South Africa's Elections - a Hollow Victory for the ANC?
  58. Bulawayo seeks US$13m for water purification
  59. Golden moment…Warriors trio strikes it rich
  60. Infrastructure projects to get prescribed asset status
  61. Zimdollar return not realistic: BAZ
  62. IMPI in Tsholotsho
  63. Pasuwa, Mawiwi stay on
  64. Govt to plug leakages in tourism sector
  65. Editorial comment: Freshlyground deserved grounding
  66. Chivake bridge damaged
  67. Council splashes $500 000 on white elephant
  68. Boko Haram Attack Kills Hundreds Of Nigerians
  69. Egyptian Spies Arrested In Ethiopia?
  70. Capitalism Blow-Back: Western Countries’ Cheap Labour Army
  71. Asian ‘Tigers’ Outpace African ‘Lions’
  72. U.S. Militarism, Economic Development And Nigeria’s Security
  73. Black Life And Death Not Public Concern
  74. Unconscious Racism Against Black Women?
  75. Tunisia: Tunisia - Landmark Action On Women's Rights
  76. Algeria: Algeria - Arrests At Protest Against President
  77. Libya: Libya Reacts to Bloody Ansar Al-Sharia Assault
  78. Libya: Statements On Libya's Legitimate Security Forces in Benghazi
  79. Tunisia: Elections to Take Place This Year, Jomaa and Sarsar Assert
  80. Nigeria: Gunmen Kidnap 8 More Girls in Borno
  81. Nigeria: What Jonathan Administration Must Do to Defeat Boko Haram
  82. Nigeria: Nigeria Infected but Not Exporting Polio Virus - WHO
  83. Nigeria: Okonjo-Iweala, Wale Tinubu, Elsie Kanza Meet Shapers
  84. Nigeria: Chibok Schoolgirls - UN, Borno Government Reps Absent As Jonathan Inaugurate
  85. Kenya: Two Mombasa Blast Suspects Arrested By Police
  86. Djibouti: U.S. Signs Long-Term Lease for Military Base in Djibouti
  87. South Sudan: Rival Leaders to Hold Direct Talk On Friday
  88. Kenya: Blasts Prove That Collective Punishment Is Still Not Counter-Terrorism
  89. Somalia: Federal MPs Call On President Hassan to Resign Over Incompetence
  90. South Africa: City Women Generate Food & Income on Tiny Urban Plots
  91. South Africa: Why Some South Africans Are Voting 'No!'
  92. South Africa: Pistorius Neighbours Did Not Hear Shots
  93. Mozambique: Democratic Movement of Mozambique Pushes for a 'Third Way'
  94. South Africa: Cities of Hope - Young People & Opportunity
  95. South Africa: Joburg Forges Ahead As Green City
  96. Botswana: Commonwealth Law Ministers Meeting Gets Underway in Botswana
  97. South Africa: Court Rules on Limpopo Textbooks
  98. Freshlyground Facebook post draws fire
  99. Cash package for Zim-Asset
  100. Health disaster looms in Byo
  101. Khaya Moyo courts private sector
  102. Mafa buried with full military honours
  103. Violence escalates in Epworth
  104. ‘Either we top or I’m out’
  105. Zanu-PF slams illegal allocations
  106. Crisis at French daily
  107. EcoCash, data to drive Econet
  108. Namibia Is The Natural Habitat Of Devil’s Claw
  109. Africa: How African Entrepreneurs Are Bringing Power To The People
  110. Muslim Terrorists Kidnap More Girls In Nigeria
  111. Chinese PM Proposes China -Africa Cooperation Upgrade
  112. U.S. And Djibouti Sign Agreement For Permanent Military Base In Africa
  113. China As The World’s Largest Economy: What It Means For US Imperialism
  114. Uncovering The Truth Of Walter Rodney’s ‘Assassination’
  115. Ethiopia: Odds Improve for Mothers, Newborns
  116. Libya: Militants Attacks Libyan Army
  117. Egypt: Health Ministry - Four Dead, 12 Hurt in Friday Blasts
  118. Libya: Walls Separate Derna University Students
  119. Libya: Assembly Confirms Ahmed Matiq As Prime Minister
  120. Tunisia: Marzouki Confers With Political Leaders
  121. Nigeria: Boko Haram - Why Have You Taken Our Girls?
  122. Nigeria: Security Beefed up in Lagos Over U.S. Terror Alert
  123. Nigeria: Senate Leader Backs Military Action On Abducted Girls
  124. Nigeria: Economic Transition Reveals Deep Structural Distortions
  125. Nigeria: Washington, D.C. Community Rallies for Kidnapped Nigerian Girls
  126. Kenya: Exiting Somalia Not an Option - Deputy President
  127. Africa: Chinese Premier Proposes Boost in Africa Ties
  128. South Sudan: Heavy Fighting Grips Key Oil Town of Bentiu
  129. Rwanda: World Bank Approves Credit Support for Ex-Combatants
  130. Zimbabwe: Tobacco Industry Seeks to Cure Addiction to Fuel Wood
  131. South Africa: South Africa - Views From the Left
  132. Zimbabwe: Infighting Threatens Zimbabwe's Main Opposition Party
  133. South Africa: Pistorius Was 'Broken', Witness Says
  134. South Africa: Ronnie Kasrils, the Spoiler
  135. South Africa: Joburg's R110 Billion Investment On Infrastructure
  136. South Africa: Joburg Goes From Landfill Gas to Electricity
  137. Angola: Kerry's Press Availability in Luanda, Angola
  138. Cheso admits using manhood on child
  139. Zuma says wife raped at Nkandla
  140. Mudzuri blasts MDC-T infighting
  141. May 3: Cops to respond at ‘appropriate’ time
  142. Govt to unveil housing scheme
  143. Chinamasa courts investors
  144. ‘Engage courts over fees arrears’
  145. China pledges to assist Zim’s education sector
  146. Govt, brokers agree on demutualisation
  147. Zim football ace wins czech league title..costa strikes gold
  148. Whites Are Flooding Back Into South Africa
  149. Africa In India: The Plight Of The Siddis
  150. Infighting Threatens Zimbabwe’s Main Opposition Party
  151. VIDEO: Boko Haram Claims Abduction Of Schoolgirls Threatens To Sell Them
  152. Don’t Forget The Contributions Of Black History Giant Hubert Harrison
  153. ‘Bristol’s Afro Caribbean Community Has Made No Economic Progress In 30 Years’
  154. Ending The Cycle Of Bad Parenting: Dedicated Father Writes Goal-Oriented Parenting Ma
  155. East Africa: Minister Says Egypt Will Be Able to Obtain Electricity From the Gerd
  156. Kenya: Why Kenya's Anti-Terror Operation Won't Cut it
  157. Egypt: Over Hundred Morsi Supporters Jailed
  158. Tunisia: About 155 Tunisians Died in Fights in Syria
  159. Egypt: Retired Army Officer Shot Dead in Sinai
  160. Morocco: Morocco Foot - Moustapha Hadji Named Assistant Coach
  161. Tunisia: Marzouki - Media Need to Self-Organise Despite Difficulties
  162. Nigeria: Abducted Girls Must Be Found, Jonathan Gives Shettima Marching Order
  163. Nigeria: Uhuru Off to Abuja, Nigeria for State Visit
  164. Nigeria: Mikel Open to Inter Move
  165. Kenya: Deadly Explosions Rock Mombasa
  166. Kenya: Manhunt Underway After Mombasa Explosions
  167. Kenya: Three Dead in Mombasa Bus Explosion
  168. South Sudan: Lakes State Caretaker Governor Criticised Over Military Calls
  169. South Africa: Full Legal Status for Muslim Marriages
  170. South Africa: Final Rallies Ahead of South African Election
  171. Africa: SA Lifts All-Africa Junior Golf Champs Title
  172. South Africa: First Semi-Professional Competition for SA Netball
  173. South Africa: Overseas Voting Goes Off Smoothly
  174. South Africa: Super Rugby to Expand in 2016
  175. Zimbabwe: MDC-T Infighting - Parly to Have Final Say
  176. Zimbabwe: Govt in a Fix Over Economy
  177. Mupingo declared liberation hero
  178. Stop frustrating investors: VP Mujuru
  179. Freshlyground denied entry into Zim
  180. MDC-T, allies in rare confession….admit Zanu-PF’s victory deserved •Western envoys in
  181. Toothless, defenceless, spineless champions
  182. Ministry accountant in the dock for fraud
  183. BNC mull Shangani Mine resuscitation
  184. Governance overhaul in new Banking Act
  185. Zimbabwe has no real problems
  186. Mayweather beats Maidana
  187. Economic Freedom Fighters On The Rise In South Africa
  188. Final Rallies Ahead Of South African Election
  189. Events In Venezuela Could Affect Haiti’s Economic Growth – IMF
  190. Donald Sterling Thinks He Own The Clippers, But He Really Own The NAACP
  191. Are You Mad Enough At Donald Sterling To Support Black-Owned Businesses?
  192. The Republican Party: History Of Conservatives And Racism In America
  193. Ethiopia: Kerry Backs Journalists Ahead of World Press Freedom Day
  194. Egypt: One Killed in Blast At Metro Station in Cairo's Ramsis
  195. Egypt: Court Sentences 102 Brotherhood Supporters to 10 Years in Jail
  196. Egypt: Sabahi Invites Sisi to Take Part in Public Debate
  197. Morocco: Legendary Goalie Zaki Named Morocco Coach
  198. Nigeria: Agriculture is 'Game Changer' for Growth and Curbing Conflict - Minister
  199. Nigeria: How Borno Governor Caused Kidnap of Chibok Schoolgirls - Waec
  200. Gambia: Nation Gets Two Year Soccer Ban
  201. Nigeria: Boko Haram - U.S. Supports Nigeria's Anti-Terrorism Efforts With N3.2 Billio
  202. Nigeria: Rescue Girls, Jonathan Tells Military
  203. Sudan: Rebels Claim Shooting Down Spy Aircraft
  204. South Sudan: Rebel Leader Conducts Phone Talks With Kerry
  205. Somalia: Civilians Killed in Bomb Blast
  206. South Sudan: U.S. Calls for Talks on Transitional Govt
  207. Mozambique: Renamo Threatens Generalised Violence
  208. Angola: Economy Police Burn Expired Foodstuffs in Zaire
  209. Zimbabwe: Police Chief Speaks On Kombis
  210. Mozambique: European Union Supports Community Radios
  211. Mozambique: MDM Accuses Police of Preventing Collection of Signatures
  212. South Africa: In the Run-Up to South Africa's 2014 Election, the Battle for the Futur
  213. Zimbabwe: Police in Violent Disruption of May Day Event
  214. South Africa: Indigenisation Climb-Down Linked to Mbeki Visit
  215. Rejecting The West: Uganda, Neoliberalism And The Anti-Homosexuality Bill
  216. Zimbabwe: When Empire Confesses, Omits
  217. Huge Support For Julius Malema Ahead Of South Africa Election
  218. Out Of Africa: The Great Money Migration
  219. Snitches Get Riches – Ask Agent Al
  220. 8-Year-Old Boy Gets Killed Defending His 12-Year-Old Sister From Rape
  221. Investigation Reveals Officials Used Taser On Clayton Lockett Before Injecting His Gr
  222. Western Sahara: Wilaya of Dakhla Hosts Regional Festival of Culture and Folk Arts
  223. Western Sahara: Prime Minister "Satisfied" With Security Council's Resolution
  224. Egypt: One Policeman Killed, 4 Injured in Bombing At Cairo Court
  225. Tunisia: NCA - Presidents of Parliamentary Groups Decide to Vote Once Again On Articl
  226. Liberia: Liberian Culture Troupe Rocks Egypt
  227. Nigeria: Government Shuts All Public Schools, Offices for World Economic Forum Abuja
  228. Cameroon: Country Steps Up War On Malaria
  229. Nigeria: Explosion Rocks Abuja
  230. Nigeria: Eye Witness Faults Police On Nyanya Casualty Figure
  231. Nigeria: Authorities - 276 Kidnapped Girls Still Missing in Nigeria
  232. South Sudan: Kiir Accepts Talks With Machar, Says U.S. Secretary Kerry
  233. Ethiopia: UN Human Rights Chief Condemns Crackdown On Journalists
  234. Kenya: Victims Sue Over Electoral Crimes
  235. Africa: Africa in Line for Top Hague Court Posts
  236. Burundi: Burundi's Tax Success Story Under Threat
  237. South Africa: Has the Ruling Party Moved South Africa Forward?
  238. South Africa: Saving the Community One Alarm At a Time
  239. Mozambique: Penal Code - Amendments to Age of Criminal Responsibility
  240. Zimbabwe: Harare's Debt Soars
  241. South Africa: Silence On Zuma, Nkandla and Marikana - Not So On Enemies of the Revolu
  242. South Africa: Colour Me Political - May Day and the Elections That Are Just a Few Day
  243. Angola: John Kerry Expected Sunday in Angola
  244. Zimbabwe: Look East Policy a Failed Political Posture
  245. Feeling the arts pulse at HIFA
  246. When everyone turns to vending for survival
  247. Zesa shutdown
  248. Rowdy MDC-T supporters slammed
  249. Police chief speaks on kombis
  250. Belvedere maids acquitted