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  1. Sochi 2014: Jamaican Two-Man Bobsleigh Team Ready To Roll
  2. U.S. Pushing Homosexual Agenda In Africa
  3. Biddy Mason, From Slavery To One Of LA’ Wealthiest Black Entrepreneurs
  4. Tavis Smiley And Cornel West Are The Kind Of Men Who Sold Black People Into Slavery
  5. Libya: Libyans Protest Against Extension of National Assembly
  6. Egypt: Mubarak Retrial Postponed Till March 8
  7. Egypt: Egypt's Army Chief Sisi Goes to Moscow for Talks
  8. Algeria: 77 Dead, One Survivor in Algerian Military Plane Crash
  9. Egypt: Assistant Interior Minister - MB Involved in Several Terrorist Operations
  10. Nigeria: Jonathan Sacks Aviation Minister
  11. West Africa: Cameroon, Nigeria Take On Task of Laying Down a Border
  12. Cameroon: Pentecostal Preachers Blamed for Polio Outbreak
  13. Liberia: Elections Commission Wants to Revoke the Registration of 20 Parties
  14. West Africa: Brussels Talks Tackle Sahel Instability
  15. Tanzania: In Tanzania, We Need to Talk About China
  16. South Sudan: Nation Faces 'Long, Complex Process' On Path to Peace - UN Peacekeeping
  17. Madagascar: Tough Challenges Ahead for Madagascar's New President
  18. Egypt: Egypt-Ethiopia Negotiations On Renaissance Dam Fail
  19. Ethiopia: USAID's Cover-Up of Ethiopia Abuses Overruled by U.S. Congress
  20. South Africa: Can the Zuma Government Deliver Trust?
  21. South Africa: The Sabc and the Problem of Political Control
  22. Southern Africa: Zambia, Swaziland Develop Roadmap to Change Behavior in Response to
  23. South Africa: MeerKAT Telescope Antenna Reaches Major Milestone
  24. South Africa: Govt to Deploy Technology to Improve Election Credibility
  25. South Africa: 'Lifestyle Diseases' Plaguing Poor
  26. South Africa: Involuntary Relocations - Glencore's Umsimbithi Mine
  27. South Africa: Does Chris Nenzani Realise What He Has Done?
  28. DeMbare confident
  29. Editorial Comment: Beneficiation the only way to go
  30. Search teams comb plane wreckage
  31. A new entity for Kariba South
  32. Mining sector critical to Africa’s development
  33. Improve taxation systems, Govt urged
  34. Taylor signs for IPL
  35. Chinhoyi crash victims laid to rest
  36. Pistorius settles case
  37. OK opens tech shop
  38. Man Who Murdered Jordan Davis Claims ‘He’s Coming To Kill Me’
  39. Eric Holder: Barring Ex-Felons From Voting Is Unfair
  40. Leading Educator Geoffrey Canada Resigns From Harlem Children’s Zone
  41. South African Police Fire Rubber Bullets At ANC Supporters
  42. Fear Of A Black Santa Black Jesus And Black President
  43. Grahamstown, South Africa, Where White Supremacy Is A Daily Reality
  44. South Africa: Political Forces Conspiring Against Julius Malema?
  45. Rwanda: Trade Fair in Brazzaville to Boost Tourism and Trade for Rwanda
  46. Burundi: Country to Cut Child Mortality Rates
  47. Mozambique: Bauxite Company in Danger of Closure
  48. Hwange secures US$11m loan
  49. Egypt: Presidential Candidate Will Legitimize General's Bid - Analyst
  50. Morocco: Ill-Treatment Persists in Moroccan, Spanish Border Operations
  51. Tunisia: New Constitution Proves 'Islam Is Compatible With Democracy' - French Presi
  52. Egypt: Al Jazeera Journalist On Hunger Strike, 9 Staff Added to Egypt Charge Sheet
  53. Egypt: Writing Poetry Became a More Serious Crime Than Murder: a Police Campaign Agai
  54. West Africa: Breaking the Cycle of Youth Unemployment, Poverty
  55. Guinea: The Future Lies in Mangoes Not Mining
  56. Guinea Bissau: UN Special Representative on Restoring Democracy
  57. Nigeria: Progress and Crisis Will March Hand in Hand
  58. Liberia: Lawmakers Probe U.S.$200 Million Allegedly Spent on Public Relations
  59. Sudan: Darfur Pupils' Mystery Disease 'Hysterical' - Health Ministry
  60. Ethiopia: Famous Market to Go As Ring Road Enters Final Stretch
  61. Kenya: Kenya's Empty Bread Basket
  62. Uganda: Uganda to Incur Costs of Military Involvement in S. Sudan
  63. Somalia: Investing in a Country That Doesn't Exist - Somaliland's Hard Sell
  64. Angola: Extractive Industries Put Biodiversity, Communities at Risk
  65. South Africa: Women Want Recognition as Mandela's Daughters
  66. Southern Africa: Crop-Eating Pests Plague Farmers
  67. South Africa: Restoring Land and Livelihoods
  68. Zimbabwe: Poisonous Panning
  69. Zimbabwe: A Nation of Once Billionaires, Without a Currency
  70. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Misery Diamonds
  71. Zimbabwe: Looting Zimbabwe
  72. ‘We’re losing billions in potential diamond revenue’
  73. Dube in bid to gag media
  74. State tables plan to fence highways
  75. Wean us from SPB: NetOne boss
  76. Tobacco auction floors step up preps
  77. Dams levels rise as wet spell persists
  78. ‘Women shy away from mining’
  79. Parents stage demo against school head
  80. Mum appeals for R70 000
  81. Editorial Comment: Do one thing at a time, do it well
  82. Why Nigeria Must Trade More With Africa
  83. What White People Need To Learn
  84. Profiting From Murder: Zimmerman Fight Cancelled
  85. African Women Join The Natural Hair Movement
  86. Leaked Telephone Call On Ukraine Lays Bare American Gangsterism
  87. South Africa To Hold Elections In May, ANC Set For Reduced Majority
  88. Slave Names: Time To Do Away With This Mental Slavery
  89. Egypt: Azhar Never Seeks Political Power - Grand Imam
  90. Egypt: Electioneering Funds to Be Deposited in Bank Account
  91. Nigeria: Govt Reports New Cholera Deaths After Surge in 2013
  92. South Sudan: Kiir Fires Regional Minister Over Rebel Link Claims
  93. Egypt: Awqaf Minister Condemns Terrorist Attack in Giza
  94. Egypt: Four Killed in Saudi Hotel Fire - Ambassador
  95. Egypt: Three Killed, 10 Injured in Friday's Clashes - Health Ministry
  96. Nigeria: Opposition Flexes Its Newfound Muscles
  97. West Africa: Monsoon Project to Benefit Crops and Healthcare
  98. Nigeria: Nation's Bright Young Things Mean Business
  99. Nigeria: Police Escape in Shoot-Out With Oil Thieves
  100. Uganda: The Future of African Broadband?
  101. Kenya: Moving Beyond Impasse Over Hague Case
  102. Uganda: Wetland Destruction Puts Kampala's Water Supply at Risk
  103. South Sudan: South Sudan Peace Talks to Resume Monday
  104. Angola: Nation's Biggest Threat Is Offshore - and It's Not Piracy
  105. Malawi: Malawi Electoral Body to Receive Nomination Papers
  106. Swaziland: 'Starvation' to Hit Swaziland
  107. South Africa: R100 Million+ Claim Against the State for Bungled Spy Satellite Project
  108. South Africa: Pregnant Women Encouraged to Know Their Status
  109. South Africa: Voter Registration Proceeding Briskly
  110. Zimbabwe: 'Government Protects Thieves'
  111. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Must Lead Corruption Fight
  112. Chombo wins Mahachi reinstatement case
  113. Community urged to boost environmental conservation
  114. Kariba South power extension uncertain
  115. ZBC culprits will be prosecuted: Ministry
  116. Schools to make provision for non-formal education
  117. Floods threaten 60 000 families
  118. Mujuru blasts media over graft reports
  119. President arrives in Malawi
  120. Zupco CEO resigns
  121. Maternal mortality ratio drops
  122. Japan To Invest $32bn In Resource-Rich Africa
  123. When Church Doctrines Clash
  124. Hardships Persist For Long-Term Unemployed In The US
  125. Battle Of The Nile: Egypt, Ethiopia Clash Over Mega-Dam
  126. Caribbean Athletes Aim High As Sochi Winter Olympics Begin
  127. Black History Forms A Mighty Family Tree
  128. Favoured Spots Of Africa’s Rich And Famous
  129. Egypt: New Security Measures to Hunt Down Terrorists
  130. Egypt: New Strategy to Handle Fertilizers Shortage
  131. Liberia: Africa's Richest Man Identifies Land for Cement Plant
  132. Somalia: U.S Issues Travel Warning
  133. Uganda: Govt Signs Development Deal With Major Oil Companies
  134. Egypt: Army Kills Over a Dozen 'Extremists'
  135. Egypt: Sabahi to Run for President
  136. Egypt: Ahli Benghazi, Raja Record Big Wins
  137. Egypt: Tamarod Announces Official Support for Sisi's Presidency
  138. Egypt: Three Killed, 10 Injured in Friday Clashes - Moh
  139. Ghana: Ten Minutes with an Investigative Reporter Focusing on Corruption
  140. Nigeria: Opposition Party Courts Voters
  141. Nigeria: 2014 Budget War - House Queries Okonjo-Iweala Over N7.1trillion Debt
  142. Central African Republic: Almost 9,000 People Flee to Cameroon to Escape Fresh Tensi
  143. Cameroon: Violence Forces Thousands to Flee to Neighboring Cameroon
  144. South Sudan: Rebels Claim Attack on Ugandan Helicopter
  145. Kenya: Agony, Queries Over Deaths in Police Cells
  146. South Sudan: Distribution of Basic Relief Supplies Begins
  147. South Sudan: Seven Million Face Hunger
  148. South Sudan: After Violence, Hunger Kills Hundreds
  149. Zimbabwe: U.S Upholds Mugabe Ban From U.S-Africa summit
  150. South Africa: News Channel Plans Wall-to-Wall Coverage of Pistorius Trial
  151. Zimbabwe: We Must All Resign, Charamba
  152. Zimbabwe: Liz Chased Away By Tsvangirai's Children
  153. Zimbabwe: Group Protests Against Harare Town Clerk
  154. Mozambique: Health Workers Go Without Wages for Three Months
  155. Mozambique: Elections Commission Calls for Peaceful Gurue Poll
  156. Zimbabwe: Opposition - Rent-a-Black Political Era
  157. Shakhtar’s Brazilian striker Maicon killed in Donetsk after car accident
  158. 100 families evacuated from flood hit suburbs in Bulawayo
  159. BREAKING NEWS: Rio and Milito renew Highlanders contracts . . . as Charles Sibanda jo
  160. Tanzania Becoming A New Chinese Province In Africa?
  161. The 10 Most Powerful Men In Africa 2014
  162. Awarding Slavery Actors – A Critical Analysis
  163. African Manufacturing An Awakening Giant
  164. Pastors: Men Of The Cloth Or Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing
  165. World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources
  166. “Guiou: The Other Blacks” – The Afro-Jamaican Presence in Guatemala
  167. Egypt: Two Bombs Hit Cairo
  168. Libya: Some Chemicals Remain Cached
  169. Africa: CPJ Risk List - Where Press Freedom Suffered
  170. Morocco: Moroccan MPs Question Subsidy Cuts
  171. Tunisia: Tunisia's New Constitution - How Compromise Won Out Over Conflict
  172. Liberia: Africa's Richest Man Discusses Investment Plans With Sirleaf
  173. Mali: German Defense Minister Expresses Support for Mali Rebuilding
  174. Liberia: Finance Minister Apologizes to Legislature for Budget Mistakes
  175. Liberia: Taylor Complains From Prison Again
  176. Sudan: Gang Rape Victim Held in Police Cell
  177. Kenya: Dealing with Waste in an Urban Setting
  178. South Sudan: Sex Workers Call On Government to Promote Safer Sex With Army and Police
  179. Uganda: Uganda's Role in South Sudan May Derail Peace Talks, Rebels
  180. Sudan: Gunmen Attack Children, Threaten Farms in Kutum, North Darfur
  181. South Africa: Zuma Sets Election Date
  182. Malawi: Banda Stakes All on Anti-Corruption Fight
  183. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Invited to Brussels Summit
  184. South Africa: Getting to the Bottom of What Really Drives Public Violence
  185. South Africa: President Zuma Announces Election Date
  186. South Africa: We Failed At Marikana - Cop
  187. South Africa: Opposition Leader Accused of Leaking 'Confidential Information'
  188. South Africa poll date set
  189. China says US ‘irresponsible’
  190. The art of cake making
  191. History Of Cake Decorating
  192. So near, yet so far
  193. Angela Merkel fumes at US
  194. Gumbura: The untold story
  195. Gwindi ponders next move
  196. Botswana coal-fired power plant closed
  197. Where has our conscience disappeared to?
  198. Sierra Leone: Storyteller Fights to Preserve Oral Tradition
  199. Madagascar: Tought Times for Fishing Communities
  200. South Africa: Somali Community Run School to Learn English
  201. South Africa: Landmark Silicosis Case Reaches a Milestone
  202. Egypt: #FreeAJstaff - 'If You Silence One Journalist, You Silence All of Us'
  203. Tunisia: Free Blogger Jailed for Mocking Islam - Early Test for the New Constitution
  204. Egypt: 'Sisi Presidential Bid Misinterpreted' - Egyptian Army
  205. Libya: Alcatel-Lucent and Libya's LITC to Deploy 1,000-KM Cable Linking Tripoli to Be
  206. Egypt: Egypt's Foreign Exchange Reserves Rises to U.S.$17.1 Billion
  207. Nigeria: 22 Dead As Gunmen Attack Plateau Again
  208. Mali: Economic Crisis Plagues North
  209. Liberia: Secret Societies Make Liberia One of the Hardest Places to End FGM
  210. Niger: France Admits Niger Bid to Up Uranium Levy Legitimate
  211. Nigeria: Wave of Violence Sweeps Central Nigeria
  212. Kenya: Kenyatta Case on Verge of Collapse
  213. Kenya: Journalists Win Case Against Media Laws
  214. Kenya: Police Crack Down on Militants
  215. Somalia: Threat to Remittances Lifeline
  216. Kenya: Former Hague Prosecutor Speaks on Kenyan Trials
  217. Angola: No Probe of Corrupt Russia Deal
  218. South Africa: Eight Found Dead After Gold Mine Accident
  219. Africa: Hannibal Elector - the White EFF Guy Decodes the Future
  220. South Africa: Bonfires of Discontent, in Horrifying Numbers
  221. South Africa: Cricket - There's No Getting the Aussies in a Spin
  222. South Africa: As South Africans Die to Be Heard, How Relevant Are Opposition Parties?
  223. South Africa: Here to Stay - Sebokeng's Rioting Rage
  224. Zambia: North West Chamber Calls for Clear Policies
  225. ZETDC tender raises eyebrows
  226. CCZ demands Zesa bosses’ pay schedule
  227. Companies to procure 50 percent of goods locally
  228. Council, hold your horses
  229. Act on PSMAS, Govt urged
  230. Hunger strike over Mahachi
  231. Specialists shortage
  232. US$65m for nurses’ HIV training
  233. Harare Mayor exposed
  234. Probe all parastatals, says ZEEC
  235. War And Water: Hydropolitics Propel Balkanization In Africa
  236. Africa’s Megacities A Major Draw For Young Up-And-Comers
  237. Kenyan Church Leader Opposes UK Archbishops’ Stand On Gay Marriage
  238. UN Denounces Vatican Child Molestation Cover-Up
  239. Illicit Financial Flows Pick Africa’s Pockets
  240. South Africa Police Fire Rubber Bullets At Striking Miners
  241. Uganda Signs Agreements With Oil Companies
  242. Egypt: Travel Ban Set for Mursi's Son
  243. Egypt: Swine Flu Deaths Rise to 24, 195 Patients Held in Hospital
  244. Egypt: Egypt Bans Mursi's Son From Traveling
  245. Libya: Govt Destroys Chemical Weapons
  246. Egypt: Sisi Meets Sudanese Defense Minister
  247. Nigeria: Violence Grinds Healthcare to Halt
  248. Liberia: Sirleaf Freezes Agency's Account, Suspends U.S. $1 Million Deal
  249. Africa: AUC Chairperson Appoints Special Envoy for Women, Peace and Security
  250. Senegal: Talking Child Marriage in Senegal