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  1. City TB cases down 50pc
  2. Burial ‘fines’ scam at municipal cemeteries
  3. Heavy rains expected countrywide: Met Office
  4. Bank your fees, schools urged
  5. Salary cut for PSMAS bigwigs
  6. South Sudan Government And Rebels Sign Ceasefire
  7. Libyan Regime Stokes Anti-Black Tensions In South
  8. Ethiopian Airlines Seeks Fleet Upgrade As It Studies New Routes
  9. Is Jacob Zuma Becoming Too Much Of A Liability For The ANC?
  10. Police Assault Teen So Violently During Search That His Testicles Burst
  11. Thousands Of South African Platinum Workers Strike Over Pay
  12. The Reason Why Obama Invited Uhuru Kenyatta To USA
  13. Egypt: Three Years On, Wide-Scale Repression Continues Unabated
  14. Liberia: Police Chief Confirms Low Police Presence in Rural Liberia
  15. Egypt: Speech of Interim President Adli Mansour During a Press Conference With Greek
  16. Egypt: Egypt Slams Activists With Two Years in Prison for Destructing Memorial Stone
  17. Tunisia: Arrest of Terrorists and Accomplices in Some Regions of the Country , Says D
  18. Egypt: Interior Minister - We Shall Not Allow MB to Spoil January 25th Festivals
  19. Egypt: FM - International Reactions to Referendum Positive
  20. Gambia: Europe to Boost Gambia Aid?
  21. Liberia: Public-Private Partnerships Address Unemployment - Sirleaf
  22. Nigeria: How Country Lost N1.4 Trillion to Waivers
  23. Guinea: Measles Outbreak Threatens Children's Lives in Guinea
  24. Nigeria: Nigeria Arrests Gays Under Controversial New Law
  25. Somalia: Election of Puntland's President May Strengthen Moves Towards Federalism
  26. Sudan: Khartoum Escalates Attacks, Says NGO
  27. Ethiopia: The Missing Faces of Ethiopia's Poor
  28. South Sudan: Kiir Attacks UN Mission
  29. Somalia: Ethiopian Amisom Membership Scrutinized
  30. Mozambique: Small-Scale Fishermen Battle Headwinds
  31. Zimbabwe: Looking Beyond Mugabe
  32. South Africa: Sculptors Secretly Add Rabbit in Mandela's Ear
  33. South Africa: Gold Mines Seek to Stop Strike
  34. Malawi: New Project to Prevent Stunting Among Children
  35. South Africa: Fabled Mine Produces New Vivid Blue Diamond
  36. South Africa: Not So Cool Drinks - Is It Time for a Sin Tax?
  37. South Africa: Human Rights Watch Probes Protest Deaths
  38. ‘Banking sector not sick’
  39. Cuthbert Dube and lessons in corporate misgovernance
  40. Muchinguri hails landmark rape sentence
  41. Carbon dioxide plant on cards
  42. Tryson opens up
  43. Editorial COmment – Monster salaries: Buck should stop somewhere
  44. RTG employee gets 12 months’ jail for inflating quotation
  45. Fugitive gets 8 years
  46. 5 100 stock thieves arrested
  47. Eto’o having fun at Chelsea
  48. Could Zimbabwe Become Africa’s First Cashless Economy?
  49. UN Secretly Trying To Take Over South Sudan
  50. Egypt Ready To Escalate Actions Against Ethiopia’s Peaceful Nile Dam Project
  51. South Africa: Stand Strong Against Aggressive Pharmaceutical Campaign
  52. 10 Ways In Which Women Need To Get Their Acts Together
  53. Rare Blue Diamond Discovered In South Africa
  54. Affirmative Action Foe Attack Black Students’ Demands
  55. Nigeria: Abdukadir - "No Difference Between Nigeria's New and Former PDP Chair"
  56. South Africa: Mandla Maseko Ready for Trip Into Space
  57. Algeria: Presidential Polls Date Set
  58. Libya: Clashes Strain Health Services
  59. Egypt: Mursi Faces 'Spying' Trial
  60. Egypt: What Does Women Dancing in Public Tell Us About the Pulse of the Citizenry Dur
  61. Morocco: Morocco Works With U.S. to Transform Fishing Industry
  62. Nigeria: Jonathan Nominates New Ministers
  63. Guinea: Conde Names New Govt
  64. Cameroon: Govt Clamps Down On Illicit Clinics
  65. Nigeria: Govt Uneasy With High Recurrent Expenditure - Ngozi
  66. Kenya: I Am Gay, Says Top Author
  67. South Sudan: Uganda Defends Role in South Sudan
  68. Uganda: Anti-Gay Bill Unsigned but Still Effective
  69. Sudan: Incumbent Sudatel Faces New Competition From SNO Canartel
  70. South Sudan: Heavy Fighting Wounds 34 People Seeking Shelter Inside UN Base
  71. Zambia: How Much Can a New Constitution Really Change?
  72. Mozambique: Prosecutors Probe 'Execution' of Rebels
  73. South Africa: Strike Could Cripple Gold Industry
  74. South Africa: Mamphela Ramphele - 'The ANC Gives People Food Parcels, Agang Builds Ci
  75. South Africa: Govt Calls for Peaceful Protest
  76. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Holds On - but for How Much Longer?
  77. South Africa: Tonight, Tonight, the Strip's Just Right - an Inside Look At Illegal Dr
  78. R Kelly heading to Zimbabwe
  79. Practical education vital: President
  80. No licence for indebted PSMAS
  81. Mutual co-operation vital — Chihuri
  82. Meet the lady in Guspy Warrior’s life
  83. Serial rapist, robber jailed 230yrs
  84. Gorowa focuses on Mali
  85. Corruption: Who will watch the watchers?
  86. Green Fuel to invest US$1bn
  87. More radio stations wanted
  88. 85 Richest People Own The Wealth Of Half The World’s Population – Oxfam
  89. Guyana And Haiti To Lead Caribbean Growth In 2014
  90. Ethiopia’s Ancient Timket Festival Draws Massive Crowds
  91. Big Money Behind War: The Military-Industrial Complex
  92. Slavery Is Having A Hollywood Moment. What About The Rest Of Black History?
  93. U.S. Interventionism In Africa Makes Colonialism Look Progressive, Empowers China
  94. Nigerian Billionaire Considers Buying Oil Fields
  95. West Africa: Was Boko Haram Really Active in Northern Mali?
  96. South Sudan: Looting, Fighting and Remoteness Block Aid to 300,000 in South Sudan - U
  97. Mozambique: Giant Rats Race to Eliminate Landmines
  98. Zimbabwe: Teen Bailed Over 'Mugabe in Freezer' Facebook Post
  99. Morocco: Opposition Sues Prime Minister Over Defamation
  100. Egypt: Referendum Results Steer Egypt's Future Roadmap
  101. Morocco/Uganda: Morocco Reaches Chan Quarter-Finals
  102. Egypt: Secretary Kerry On Egypt's Constitutional Referendum
  103. Egypt: Minister - 10 Percent of GDP to Be Allocated for Health, Education and Scienti
  104. Nigeria: Half of Our Politicians Have No Business in Politics - Jonathan
  105. Nigeria: New Ruling Party Chair Still Under Corruption Probe
  106. Nigeria: Kano Records 100 Rape Cases
  107. Cote d'Ivoire: How Can Young Ivorians Fund Their Entrepreneurial Dreams?
  108. Mauritania: Ban Deadly Force Feeding of Child Brides - Activists
  109. Sudan: Army Bombs Villages
  110. Eritrea: Eritrean Forces Blamed for Hijacking
  111. Tanzania: Widows Struggle With Property Grabbing By Relatives
  112. South Sudan: Govt Troops In Bid to Force Entry to UN Camp
  113. South Africa: Mining Union Calls Major Strike
  114. South Africa: An Increasingly Predatory State
  115. South Africa: Why the Argument for a Single Police Service Should Be Questioned
  116. South Africa: 'Mickey Mouse' Parties Can't Rules - Ramaphosa
  117. South Africa: Fourth Death After Mothutlung Protests
  118. Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe At Sister's Memorial Service
  119. Mozambique: Government Insists It Has Answered Renamo Letters
  120. South Africa: Mbalula Must Retract Disgraceful Comment
  121. Bikita land dispute: Headman battles for life
  122. Bridget Mugabe declared liberation heroine
  123. 15MW plant for Nyanga
  124. We have done it
  125. Warriors come of age
  126. IDC to dispose of nine units
  127. Sharapova sent packing
  128. Mixed fortunes for Mwana
  129. Makosi gets slot on ZTV
  130. ‘Caledonia’s policy won’t benefit Zimbabweans’
  131. In One Chart, Here’s Why Africa Is The Hottest Growth Opportunity Of The Century
  132. Be It Nazi Germany Or Apartheid South Africa We Must Thank The Few Who Resist
  133. South Africa: AMCU To Strike At Gold And Platinum Mines
  134. The U.S.-Ethiopia-Eritrea Triangle
  135. South Sudan ‘Optimistic’ About Peace Talks
  136. Africa Becoming A Global Hub For Doing Business
  137. Preacher Tells Congregation To Eat Grass ‘To Be Closer To God’
  138. Zimbabwe: Midlands Authorities Evict Land Invaders
  139. Egypt: Mursi Faces New Trial
  140. Egypt: Brotherhood Leaders Stand Trial for Inciting Violence On Feb 1
  141. Western Sahara: Ali Benflis Committed to Supporting Organization of Self-Determinatio
  142. Egypt: Interior Minister Hails Role of Army, Police in Securing Referendum
  143. Egypt: TI - Referendum Procedures in Line With International Standards
  144. Nigeria: Party Leader's Turbulent Tenure Ends
  145. Burkina Faso: Opposition Rallies to Stop New Term
  146. Sierra Leone: Decline of Pioneering College
  147. Nigeria: Fresh Strike Looms in Nigeria's Health Sector
  148. South Africa/Nigeria: Super Eagles End Bafana Dream
  149. Kenya: V-P Heads to Hague for Trial
  150. Somalia: Soldiers Die in 'Friendly Fire'
  151. South Sudan: Rebels Claim 'Tactical' Pullout From Bor
  152. Madagascar: Madagascar Court Confirms President-Elect
  153. Tanzania: Kikwete Pens Cabinet Reshuffle
  154. South Africa/Nigeria: Eagles Send Hosts South Africa Out of CHAN
  155. Angola: Benfica De Luanda Want to Finish in Top Five of Girabola2014
  156. Angola: Government and World Bank Accord Attributes U.S. $75 Million to Education
  157. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Sister Bridget Dead - Family
  158. Zimbabwe: President's Sister Bridget Dies
  159. Namibia: Seven Victims of Mozambican Plane Crash Identified
  160. Man kills brother over family cow
  161. Econet offers banks poisoned deal
  162. It’s do-or-die for Gorowa’s men
  163. Sulu’s manager attacked
  164. Tembo backs Warriors
  165. Warriors have to utilise lifeline
  166. Ex-Kingston’s boss has case to answer, rules court
  167. Shinsoman, Jah Prayzah light up Coca Cola
  168. Almin on brink of collapse
  169. Chelsea hammer Man U
  170. Egypt: Three Extremists Killed in Sinai - Security Source
  171. Zimbabwe: Teen Held Over Mugabe Facebook Death Claim
  172. Mozambique: Frelimo Condemns Campaigns to Vilify Guebuza
  173. Egypt: New Constitution Approved by 98 Percent
  174. Egypt: Police, Brotherhood Supporters in Deadly Clashes
  175. Egypt: 98.1 Percent Say "Yes" to Constitution
  176. Egypt: Police Disperses Brotherhood Demonstration
  177. Africa: Post-Match Reaction - Ghana Vs Libya
  178. Africa: BBC World TV's Komla Dumor Dies at 41
  179. South Africa/Nigeria: Blow for Bafana Ahead of Nigeria Clash
  180. South Africa/Nigeria: We Are Not Expecting Favours From Anybody - Mere
  181. Nigeria: Analyst - New Nigeria Military Chief 'New Strategy' Against Boko Haram
  182. West Africa: West African Djembe Drumming Tradition Alive in Germany
  183. South Sudan: Radio Station Reports Ceasefire Deal
  184. South Sudan: Juba Claims Recapture of Bor
  185. South Sudan: Army Launches Effort to Retake Town From Rebels
  186. Africa: Billions That the Poor Won't Touch
  187. Africa: U.N Releases Aid to Ten Crisis-Ridden Nations
  188. South Africa: Al Qaeda Stays Execution
  189. Mozambique: Nation Faces Cyclone Threats
  190. Zimbabwe: Commemorating Matebeleland Massacres
  191. Malawi: Govt Uses Mobile Phones to Promote Maternal Health
  192. Zimbabwe: ZBC Licence Fee to Be Scraped - Charamba
  193. Zimbabwe: Self-Styled Prophet Impregnates 13 in One Month
  194. Libya: Monarchy Debate in Libya
  195. Egypt: Govt Plans Satellite Launch
  196. Africa: France, Chad, Gaddafi and CAR - Years of Meddling Should Not Be Ignored Now
  197. Western Sahara: Saharawi Political Prisoner Starts Open Hunger Strike
  198. Western Sahara: President of Republic Demands "Urgent Action" By UN to Protect Sahara
  199. Mauritania: Rural Exodus Disrupts Social Order
  200. Mali: Terrorist Threat in Mali Continues - UN
  201. Cameroon: Boko Haram Attacks Near Border Spark Fear in Cameroon
  202. Africa: Some African Countries Pushing for Tougher Anti-Gay Laws
  203. Cote d'Ivoire: Militia Leader Accused of Crimes Against Humanity Must Be Detained Law
  204. Kenya: Internet Growth Dips
  205. Madagascar: Court Endorses Polls
  206. South Sudan: Uganda Admits Backing Juba
  207. Uganda: 'Random Breeding' Causes Homosexuality - Museveni
  208. Kenya: 400,000 Starving in Turkana
  209. South Africa: Drug Firms' Patent Plan 'Genocide' - Health Minister
  210. South Africa: South African Patients With Deadly TB Released
  211. South Africa: Game Park Protects Rhinos Against Poaching
  212. South Africa: Deputy Minister Will Travel to Yemen for Hostage Release Talks
  213. Botswana: Bushman Beaten by Paramilitary Police
  214. South Africa/Nigeria: We Don't Fear Nigeria - Igesund
  215. Zimbabwe: Prisoners Facing Starvation
  216. South Africa: School Girls to Be Immunised Against HPV
  217. Can Warriors make it?
  218. Mnangagwa hails women in business
  219. Mahachi eyes CHAN final
  220. Villagers bar Deputy Sheriff, police from destroying homes
  221. DRC army moves on Ugandan Islamists
  222. Returning Aguero uses weekend to prepare for Barca
  223. Rising threat posed by the right-wing Japanese Govt
  224. Real plot to make LA LIGA 3-horse race
  225. Seedorf takes charge of 1st game as coach
  226. 10 yeares no pay increase for Zim diplomats
  227. France, Chad, Gaddafi And The Central African Republic
  228. South Africa Accuse Drug Companies Of Plotting Genocide
  229. June Trial For Michigan Man Accused Of Murdering Renisha McBride
  230. The Myth Of The Absent Black Fathers
  231. A Continent Of Contrasts – Wealth In Africa
  232. Aaron McGruder Was Right About R. Kelly And Black America’s Blind Support
  233. Tracking East Africa’s Indian Business Elite
  234. A holiday in the bull’s eye of poverty
  235. Egypt: Student Shot Dead at Cairo University
  236. Egypt: 'Unfreezing U.S. Aid to Egypt Will Be a Positive Step' - Army
  237. Egypt: Referendum Results Due 72 Hours
  238. Egypt: Rights Group Decries Travel Ban Imposed on Poet
  239. Tunisia: Tunisians Commemorate Revolution Anniversary
  240. Guinea Bissau: Hopes for March Polls
  241. Nigeria: Jonathan Sacks Military Chiefs, Appoints Replacements
  242. Guinea: Prime Minister, Cabinet Resign
  243. Mali: Mali's Dogon Hit By Double Crisis
  244. Burkina Faso: Is President Compaoré Finally On the Way Out?
  245. Africa: Kenya's Lupita Nyong'o Nominated for Oscar
  246. Rwanda: Peacekeeping 20 Years After Rwanda
  247. South Sudan: Peacekeepers Boost Security for Civilians On UN Mission's Bases
  248. Kenya: Extrajudicial Killings in Kenya - the Easier Route
  249. Angola: Selling Out Angola's Street Vendors
  250. Zambia: German Holding Company Farming in Zambia