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  1. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Attacks 'Homosexual Nonsense'
  2. Malawi: Malawi - Village Chiefs Unknowingly Sleep With Sex Workers
  3. South Africa: Ruling Party Faces Defections
  4. Mozambique: A New Hub in the Global Drugs Trade?
  5. Malawi: Women Intensify Fight for Equal Space
  6. Mozambique: EDM Warns of Power Cuts as Transformer is Replaced
  7. Zimbabwe: After 34 Years of Mugabe - From Darling to Despot, and From Hope to Hunger
  8. Namibia: Fifty-Fifty Gender Representation Possible
  9. President calls for peace in MDC-T
  10. BAR TALK: Of errant nephews, woman shortages
  11. Thousands celebrate Independence Day
  12. Platinum mine gold
  13. The Roots of Easter
  14. 11die, 77 injured in holiday accidents
  15. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Special Economic Zones progressive
  16. West attacking our independence: Prof Moyo
  17. Father and son delight
  18. Independence: What does it mean to be a Zimbabwean?
  19. South Africa: ANC Facing Defections Ahead Of Critical Vote
  20. White Noise, Black Politics
  21. The ANC Survives South Africa’s ‘Arab Spring’
  22. Africa’s Hunger For Data Sends Satellites Into Orbit
  23. Happy Birthday Zimbabwe
  24. ‘B-Stylers’, Japanese Teens Who Want To Be Like Poor Blacks
  25. First “Black-Owned” Steel Mill In SA Agni Steel Starts Production
  26. Africa: World's Media Chiefs Press African Leaders on Freedoms
  27. Libya: Govt Takes On Major French Bank
  28. Algeria: Algerians Vote in Presidential Election
  29. Western Sahara: Family Visit Flights Resume in Western Sahara
  30. Egypt: Editors, Publishers, Urge Revamp of Media Laws
  31. West Africa: New Ebola Strain Causing Outbreak
  32. Guinea Bissau: Nation Prepares for Presidential Run-Off
  33. Nigeria: Officials Say Military Lied about Rescuing Girls
  34. Nigeria: Officials - Nigeria Secure for Economic Forum Despite Attacks
  35. Nigeria: Nigerian Principal Says Most Abducted Girls Still Missing
  36. South Sudan: Thirty Die in Clashes With Peacekeepers
  37. Kenya: Public Confidence in Judiciary Plummets
  38. Burundi: Looming Polls Increase Risks
  39. Kenya: Murder Case After Girl Dies From Genital Cutting
  40. South Africa: Defence Witness Contradicts Pistorius
  41. Mozambique: Renamo Will Hand Over Weapons, but Not Demilitarise
  42. Zambia: Zambia Cabinet Minister Faces Inquiry Over Alleged Office Abuse
  43. Swaziland: King's Defiant Subjects 'Will Burn'
  44. South Africa: Vote No
  45. Malawi: Malawi Launches 2014 Racing Against Malaria Campaign
  46. South Africa: Moh Dediouf, Eyrkah Badu Wow Cape Town Jazz Festival
  47. President calls for moral rectitude
  48. President meets Salvation Army leader
  49. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s walk together for a greater Zimbabwe
  50. Lawyer sues Marange Resources
  51. Jaure’s big comeback
  52. ZPC deal hangs in balance
  53. SA parties want election chief out
  54. US congratulates, sanctions Zim
  55. Thomas Mapfumo’s independence message
  56. Insurance, banking units lift Old Mutual profits
  57. Nigeria: How Some Abducted Girls Escaped
  58. Libya: Jordanian Ambassador Abducted
  59. Egypt: IMF - Ready to Support Egypt
  60. Egypt: Sedqi Calls On Commanders and Officers to Develop Their Fighting Skills
  61. Egypt: Foreign Ministry Summons Head of Iranian Interests Office in Cairo
  62. Egypt: Soldier Wounded in Sinai Bomb Explosion
  63. Nigeria: Military Frees Most Abducted Students, Eight Missing
  64. West Africa: What Should We Learn From Ebola Outbreak?
  65. Nigeria: Race to Find 200 Abducted Girls
  66. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills Borno Monarch, 19 Others in Fresh Attacks
  67. Kenya: Hundreds Deported in Terror Crackdown
  68. South Sudan: Bad News for Beijing As Rebels Attack Oil Fields
  69. Rwanda: Kagame Running Out of Credit
  70. Kenya: Kenya Police Intensify Security Crackdown
  71. Uganda: South Sudanese, Who Are Again Refugees in Uganda, See No Reason to Ever Go Ho
  72. Southern Africa: Botswana Boycotts Regional Polls
  73. South Africa: Pistorius Prosecutor Questions Expert's Evidence
  74. South Africa: President's Scandal Dogs Ruling Party Before Polls
  75. Zimbabwe: Nation Faces Imminent Economic Collapse
  76. South Africa: Will Marikana's Mr X Be a Game Changer?
  77. Swaziland: Court Cannot Curb Support for Editor
  78. South Africa: Pistorius Trial - Week Six, Day Three
  79. Zimbabwe: MDC-T Desperate for Lazarus Moment
  80. 3 255 cases recorded in Harare
  81. Rape victim (4) narrates ordeal
  82. Pair cleared of gold smuggling charge
  83. Shot robber nabbed at clinic
  84. Diaspora students blog on independence
  85. Gumbo on meaning of Independence
  86. US$2m Zimra tender raises eyebrows
  87. Special Economic Zones underway, Move tailored to lure investors, World Bank endorses
  88. President Mugabe, Mbeki meet at State House
  89. World Cup gravy train, Zim cricketers paid a fortune for a failed mission, ICC says j
  90. Africa Is Still Colonized By France – A Must Read
  91. Karyn Washington, Founder Of The Popular “For Brown Girls” Blog, Reportedly Commits S
  92. Most Americans Don’t Think Obama Is Actually Black – Survey
  93. Can Genetically Modified Crops Save Africa?
  94. Ex-Staff Accuses UN Of Failure In Darfur
  95. Libya: Security Council Condemns Abduction of Jordanian Envoy in Libya
  96. Cote d'Ivoire: 'We Can Astonish the World' - PM
  97. Algeria: Ailing President Expected to Win Election
  98. Egypt: Brotherhood Banned From Running for Govt Positions
  99. Egypt: Interpol Arrests Former Finance Minister Boutros-Ghali
  100. Libya: Trial of Former Al-Gaddafi Officials By Video Link a Farce
  101. Egypt: Brotherhood Supporters Sentenced Over Referendum Clashes
  102. Nigeria: Schoolgirls Abducted as Terrorists Strike Borno
  103. Ghana: Ghana Wants Locals to Benefit From Oil Production
  104. Guinea Bissau: Out With the Old, in With the New?
  105. Nigeria: Abuja Blast Impacts Lives, Livelihoods
  106. Nigeria: National Assembly Evacuated Over Bomb Scare
  107. Somalia: Delivering Clean Water in a Conflict-Stricken Country
  108. Kenya: Media Accused of Bias in Ongoing Crackdown
  109. Kenya: Expert Witness Pinpoints Arson Attacks
  110. South Sudan: Army Denies Attacking Rebels in Unity State
  111. South Sudan: UN Official Calls Ongoing Violence 'An Outrage' to Country's People
  112. South Africa: Cross-Examination of Pistorius Ends
  113. Zambia: Govt Won't Condone Political Violence, Says Official
  114. Zimbabwe: Tokwe-Mukosi Flood Victims Demand Compensation
  115. Mozambique: Renamo Demands Senior Positions in Armed Forces and Police
  116. Africa: Govt to Procure Still More Renewable Energy
  117. South Africa: Popular Singer's Brother Shot Dead
  118. South Africa: Zimbabweans Introduce South Africans to New Greens
  119. Mozambique: Tail of Plane Hits OR Tambo Tarmac
  120. Regulatory body for medical aid
  121. Cabinet to act on litterbugs
  122. Australia maintains sanctions on First Family
  123. Slashed perks for bigwigs monthend
  124. Independence Zim’s greatest asset
  125. Editorial Comment: MDC-T desperate for Lazarus moment
  126. Jah Prayzah launches album today
  127. Deflation or price correction?
  128. Bailout or takeover?
  129. New board chairman for DeMbare
  130. Child Bride Kills Groom And Three Accomplices By Poisoning Meal
  131. Fox News Says Holder And Obama Have It Easy Because They’re Black
  132. Brooklyn Man Jonathan Fleming Cleared Of Murder After Serving 25 Years
  133. South Africa: 20 Years Of Apartheid By Another Name
  134. The US’s Invasion Of Africa That Nobody Knows About
  135. Leonardo DiCaprio Cast As MLK In New Film, Will Wear Blackface?
  136. Why Do Chinese Investors Want To Build A Dubai-Style City In Kenya?
  137. Libya: Gaddafi Sons Denied Lawyers, Says Rights Group
  138. Egypt: Protesting Against New Demonstration Law
  139. Libya: Interim Prime Minister Resigns
  140. Libya: Libya's Interim Prime Minister Quits
  141. Algeria: Pre-Election Clampdown Exposes 'Gaping Holes' in Human Rights Record
  142. Nigeria: Scores Dead in Abuja Bomb Blast
  143. Nigeria: Abuja Witness Says Bomb Hidden Inside Volkswagen Golf
  144. Guinea Bissau: Chissano Urges Peace in Guinea-Bissau
  145. Nigeria: Finance Minister Seeks Illicit Finance to Fund Healthcare
  146. Nigeria: National Conference - Ex-Military Leaders Blame Civilians for Nigeria's Woes
  147. South Sudan: Samuel's Story - Hope After Being Raped and Contracting HIV
  148. Kenya: Kibwana Criticises Ngilu On 'Fake Map'
  149. Djibouti: New U.S.$3.8 Million Grant to Support Improved Access to Education
  150. Rwanda: Trauma Still Fresh for Rwanda's Survivors of Genocidal Rape
  151. South Sudan: Overflights, Aerial Attacks Stoke Safety Fears
  152. Zambia: Sata Does About Turn on Constitution
  153. South Africa: Pistorius Struggles During Cross-Examination
  154. Mozambique: Opposition Slams 'Fake Voter Cards'
  155. South Africa: South African President Pressured By Corruption Report
  156. South Africa: Presidential Scandal Overshadows Major South African Election
  157. South Africa: Huge Whale Meat Shipment Skips Port of Durban Because of South African
  158. South Africa: Labour-Community Alliances Must Be Strengthened
  159. Taxman targets informal sector
  160. ‘Econet won’t back down on tariff’
  161. Collect minerals instead of dividends: Zimra boss
  162. EDITORIAL COMMENT: NGOs: Stand up and be counted!
  163. Media outreach disrupted in Rusape
  164. Caps bond players
  165. Sharon Macheso wedding date set
  166. Anti-apartheid hero urges voters to shun ANC
  167. Community now controls 10pc of Zimplats
  168. MDC-T quartet’s application thrown out
  169. Tourism In Africa Is Slowly Coming Of Age
  170. The World Bank’s New Shock Doctrine
  171. Total Going Ahead With $16 bln Angolan Kaombo Oil Project
  172. Utah Woman Admits Killing Her 6 Children
  173. Lyndon Johnson Was A Civil Rights Hero, But Also A Racist
  174. The U.S. Military Has Been ‘At War’ In Africa On The Sly For Years
  175. Economic Growth Alone Can’t End Poverty – World Bank
  176. South Africa: Nkandla - Is It Just Zuma's Greed?
  177. NGOs turn blind eye on Chingwizi
  178. Toothless champions
  179. Zimplats honours $10m pledge
  180. Sun sets on sungura?
  181. Zimra Q1 collections above target
  182. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Kudos to Zimplats for showing the way
  183. Zanu-PF consolidates council dominance
  184. Media panel starts outreach
  185. Chi-town illegal settlers get 3 weeks to vacate
  186. Independence Day has no sell-by date
  187. Africa: From North to South, East to West, Media Freedom in Africa Under Challenge
  188. Egypt: Trial of Mursi and Aides Over Palace Clashes Resumes
  189. Tunisia: Ben Ali's Organized Plunder
  190. South Sudan: Rebels Accuse Egypt of Supplying Arms Govt
  191. Egypt: Clashes Break Out Between Students and Security in Cairo - State TV
  192. Nigeria: Northern Delegates in Crucial Meeting Over Insecurity
  193. Guinea Bissau: Most Voters Head for Polls for First Time
  194. Guinea Bissau: UN Urges Respect for Poll Outcome
  195. Nigeria: Jonathan May Declare After Midterm Convention
  196. South Sudan: UN, U.S., Europe Call for Action on Crisis
  197. Sudan: Govt Ready for Deal on Blue Nile, S. Kordofan
  198. Kenya: Anti-Terror War Not Negotiable, Says Ruto
  199. Swaziland: Police Abduct Democracy Leaders
  200. Zimbabwe: Zanu PF Divided as Succession Race Hots Up
  201. Zambia: Govt Starts TB Survey
  202. Zambia: Mayors, Get to Work!
  203. Zambia: Mulenga Sata Pledges Better Lusaka, Graft Fight
  204. Zambia: 'Exempt Hospitals From Pre-Paid Meters'
  205. Malawi: Police Alarmed With Increasing Murder Cases in Ntcheu
  206. Why Do Black Women Have To Look Like White Women To Serve Their Country?
  207. African Immigrants Excel Highest In U.S. Academics
  208. Africa Rising But Must Cut Poverty, Create Jobs
  209. South Africa’s Murder Trial Distraction
  210. Republicans Want To Undo Voting Rights Secured In Lyndon Johnson Era
  211. Integrating East Africa’s Markets
  212. Fugitive Israeli Rabbi Flees To South Africa
  213. Egypt: Police Clash with Brotherhood Members
  214. Egypt: EU's Ashton Hails Sisi's Presidential Bid As "Courageous"
  215. Nigeria: President Has Failed, APC Ready to Lead - Tinubu
  216. Nigeria: 19 Killed in Boko Haram Attacks
  217. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 5, Sack More Benue Villages
  218. Zimbabwe: Nigeria Summons Zim Envoy Over Mugabe Remark
  219. Kenya: Three Injured in Plane Mishap
  220. South Sudan: John Kerry Calls for 'Bold Steps' to End Fighting
  221. South Sudan: Hunger Could Kill 50,000 Children This Year, Unicef Warns
  222. Somalia: Al-Shabab Strategy Perplexes Some Experts
  223. Sudan: Filmmaker Revives Movie Industry
  224. Zimbabwe: Illegal Migrants Drown in Limpopo River
  225. South Africa: Drama, Tears As Pistorius Testifies in Murder Trial
  226. Mozambique: Air Companies Still On EU Black List
  227. Zimbabwe: Govt to Fork Out U.S $15 Million On MPs' Cars
  228. Mozambique: Guebuza Urges Renamo to Lay Down Its Weapons
  229. South Africa/Zimbabwe: Banyana Banyana, Zimbabwe Share Spoils
  230. Zimbabwe: 1,3 Million Zimbabweans Blind, Says Expert
  231. Provide contraceptives in schools?
  232. Guinea Bissau: Guinea-Bissau Votes in Bid for Stability
  233. Rwanda: Back to Rwanda
  234. Egypt: Military Controls Economic Levers
  235. Africa: Italy Rescues 6,000 People Crossing Mediterranean in Four Days
  236. Western Sahara: UN Peacekeeping Force in Western Sahara Must Monitor Human Rights
  237. Algeria: Al-Qaeda Propaganda Targets Algeria Vote
  238. Egypt: Another Al-Jazeera Reporter Arrested
  239. Guinea Bissau: Nation Heads to Polls Sunday
  240. Nigeria: Fears Grow for Tweet-Sender
  241. Central African Republic: Refugees Attacked As They Flee
  242. Central Africa: Refugees Enter Cameroon in Horrific Condition
  243. Somalia: Kenyan Hostages Rescued
  244. Eritrea: What We (Don't) Know About Eritrea's Economy
  245. Burundi: President Prepares Ground for a Third Term
  246. South Sudan: Up to 50,000 Children May Die Without Urgent Help - UN
  247. Zimbabwe: Govt Seeks New Diamond Markets
  248. South Africa: Pistorius 'Whispered' to Girlfriend to Call Police
  249. Mozambique: Rubies of Death
  250. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Says Europe Has 'An Evil Heart'