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  1. Mozambique: Death Toll From Ambush Rises
  2. South Africa: Mandla Mandela Charged with Assault
  3. South Africa: Claim That You Don't Need Pills to Treat Depression Is Misleading
  4. Mozambique: Mozambican Growth Remains Robust - IMF
  5. South Africa: North West Water Plan Being Finalised
  6. Zimbabwe: Schools Ill-Equipped for ECD Classes
  7. THREE HOURS, NO GOAL . . . Misfiring Warriors drop points again
  8. Jaure feels the pressure
  9. Gorowa a disappointed man
  10. Igesund says Bafana’s fate in their hands
  11. Mighty Warriors’ fitness improving
  12. Stallions hand Warriors lifeline
  13. Patriots back to pool after break
  14. Mayweather wants SA fight
  15. Rafa soars in the heat
  16. Sri Lanka battle on
  17. Mali’s Dogon Hit By Double Crisis
  18. Africa Could Become The World’s Next Mobile Manufacturing Hub
  19. The Period Of Black Consciousness!
  20. ‘Race War’ At Fox News
  21. Caribbean Marketplace 2014 A Success, Says JHTA
  22. China – Japan Acrimony Spills Over Into Africa
  23. The Demographic Dilemma – Africa’s Economic Growth Under The Microscope
  24. South Sudan: What Analysts Are Saying About South Sudan Crisis
  25. North Africa: Tracking Fish Through Google Earth
  26. Morocco: Nation Tries 'Radically New' Policy on Migration
  27. Algeria: Algeria to License Private-Sector TV Channels
  28. Tunisia: Three Years Since Revolution, Tunisia Seeks to Reckon With Difficult Past
  29. Egypt: Interior Minister - We Will Use Live Ammunition to Protect Ballot Boxes
  30. Liberia: Sirleaf Consults Lawyers on Minister's Suspension
  31. Nigeria: New Anti-Gay Law to Slow Fight Against HIV/Aids - Experts
  32. South Africa/Mali: Thriller As Bafana, Mali Share the Spoils
  33. Niger: Working Near Uranium
  34. Nigeria: UN Human Rights Chief Denounces 'Draconian' Anti-Homosexuality Law
  35. Rwanda: Habyaramina Widow Takes France to Rights Court
  36. Uganda: MPs Back Army in South Sudan
  37. South Sudan: Conflict Uproots 400,000
  38. Central Africa: Three Conflicts Threaten Region
  39. South Sudan: Negotiating Peace - Democracy, Politics and Armed Movements
  40. South Africa: Officials Travel to Mothutlung After Protester Deaths
  41. South Africa: North West ANC Condemns Protest Deaths
  42. Mozambique: Mozambique's Foreign Policy - Pragmatic Non-Alignment As a Tool for Devel
  43. South Africa: How to Resolve Labour Tensions in South Africa's Mining Sector
  44. South Africa: Mthethwa Urges IPID to Speed Up Brits Probe
  45. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Rocky Economic Start to 2014
  46. South Africa: IPID - a Watchdog With Teeth That Can't Eat All the Crime
  47. Hyena attack survivor gets sponsorship
  48. Mavhaire rubbishes ethanol ‘monopoly’ claims
  49. Khaya Moyo mourns chopper crash victim
  50. Town House salary meeting set for today
  51. Govt to act on parastatal pay rot
  52. Govt offers 26,6pc salary increment
  53. Act on errant headmasters, say legislators
  54. Zvidzayi property attached over US$23 000 TelOne debt
  55. Informal sector key to growth
  56. Dudu gets back to work
  57. New Poll Says These Nations Are The Top 4 Threats To World Peace. Guess Who’s Number
  58. Land Reform: We Must Learn From Zimbabwe, Says Malema
  59. Brazilian Apartheid: Military Police Stop Blacks From Entering Malls
  60. Global Food Table: Europe Feasts While Africa Fasts
  61. In Nigeria, ‘Queens of Africa’ Dolls Outsell Barbie
  62. USAID Funds In Haiti Still Unaccounted For
  63. Climate Of Positive Caribbean Economic Activity
  64. Nigeria: U.S. Appeal Court Affirms Life Sentence for 2009 Christmas Day Bomber
  65. Egypt: Army, Police Step Up Referendum Security
  66. Egypt: Egypt's Constitutional Referendum Begins
  67. Egypt: Blast Occurs in North Giza Court, No Injuries Reported
  68. Egypt: Rights Council Condemns Arrest of Activists Over Constitution
  69. Tunisia: NCA Passes Articles 94 to 99 of Draft Constitution
  70. Nigeria: Dozens Killed in Bombing
  71. Nigeria: Jonathan Secretly Signs Anti-Gay Bill
  72. Nigeria: Daily Trust to Award African of the Year
  73. Cote d'Ivoire: Truth Panel Seen Faltering
  74. Nigeria: U.S. Court Endorses Jail for Bomber
  75. South Sudan: Hundreds Drown While Fleeing Fighting
  76. Ethiopia: Djibouti Backs Down on Dispute
  77. Kenya: Chinese Dominance in Kenyan Digital Migration Raises Alarm
  78. South Sudan: Reflections On Crisis
  79. South Sudan: Emergency Hunger Levels Loom - Food Looted and Harvest Disrupted
  80. Mozambique: Japan to Finance New Maputo Power Station
  81. South Africa: South Africa Must Pay More Attention to Cybercrime
  82. South Africa: An Activist's Manifesto for 2014 - Ten Social Justice Issues to Champio
  83. North Africa: Maghreb Nations Seek to Fill Tunisia's Soccer Boots
  84. Zimbabwe: Questions Surround Truth About Robert Mugabe's Health
  85. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Use of Presidential Decree a Show of 'Bad Governance'
  86. Zimbabwe: WFP Seeks U.S $60 Million to Avert Hunger
  87. Mozambique: Renamo Gunmen Strike in Funhaloro
  88. Call for integrated approach to arts development
  89. Sanctions stall indigenisation funding
  90. Zim’s banking sector sound: BAZ
  91. Khaya Moyo consoles Chirenda family
  92. Mines, Agric ministries not happy with Budget allocations
  93. School: 1 million pupils priced out
  94. Alyce Chavunduka laid to rest
  95. ‘Hovhorosi style’ designer Pande’s property attached
  96. 40 killed in CAR clashes
  97. Construction of new schools long overdue
  98. Race, Stereotypes: Zimbabwe vs North America
  99. African Baby Stabbed In The Head By Racist Jew, Suffers Brain Damage
  100. Officers Caught On Video Beating Homeless Man To Death Acquitted Of All Charges
  101. African Countries Targeted For Deeper Imperialist Intervention
  102. Uganda Moves Closer To Oil Production
  103. How The Music Industry Created ‘Black’ Hip Hop For White Suburban Kids
  104. 20 years After ‘Black Hawk Down,’ US Military Back In Somalia
  105. Libya: Tribal Leaders Unveil 'Save Libya' Plan
  106. Nigeria: Nigerian President Signs Anti-Gay Bill Into Law
  107. Eritrea: Time to Bring Eritrea in From the Cold (but It's Harder Than It Sounds)
  108. Egypt: What Egypt's New Constitution Says
  109. Egypt: Military Leader Calls on Voters to Decide on New Constitution
  110. Egypt: Citizens to Vote on New Constitution
  111. Tunisia: Tunis Prepares to Celebrate Third Anniversary of Revolution
  112. Morocco: Sahrawi Political Prisoners Suspend Hunger Strike
  113. Africa: Dubai-Style Cities Are 'Fantasies'
  114. Central African Republic: Transitional Council to Elect New Leader
  115. Senegal: E-Wallets Help Diaspora Pay Bills At Home
  116. Nigeria: Jonathan Signs Bill Against Same-Sex Unions
  117. Africa: Climate Diplomacy Can Build the Trust Needed to Secure Our Common Future
  118. South Sudan: UN Reports 'Much Higher' Death Toll in Fighting
  119. Uganda: Can Museveni Be Defeated?
  120. Somalia: Report On Cabinet Is Untrue, Fabricated
  121. Kenya: Rural Food Needs May Spur Kenya to Review GM Ban
  122. Mozambique: Undeclared War Moves South
  123. South Africa: Zuma Launches Election With Jobs Promises
  124. South Africa: Wanted - South Africa's Next Generation of Political Titans
  125. South Africa: The Enduring Appeal of Socialist Ideas
  126. Mozambique: Civilians Caught Between Rebels, Soldiers
  127. South Africa: CHAN 2014 - the Winner Will Receive At Least U.S.$750,000
  128. Angola: World Bank Regional Vice President for Africa Visits Angola
  129. Mighty Warriors ready for Egypt friendly
  130. SWF to boost economy
  131. Did ngoma blow it for us?
  132. Storm brews in Mashakada family
  133. Regime change: France’s objective in CAR
  134. In none, but ourselves and Zim-Asset we believe
  135. Zim engages Bots over Broncleer
  136. ‘Made in China’ label sheds cheap image
  137. Mourinho staying put
  138. Flying start for Djokovic
  139. Nigeria: 'Abuja Haven for Money Laundering'
  140. Mauritania: Mauritanians Condemn Call to Kill Author
  141. Kenya: Bensouda Contests Ruto's Remote Attendance Request
  142. Zimbabwe: Sovereign Wealth Fund Bill Gazetted
  143. Libya: Minister Shot Dead in Sirte
  144. Egypt: Army Chief 'May Run for President'
  145. Morocco: Deterioration of Health of Sahrawi Political Prisoners On Hunger Strike
  146. Tunisia: New Tunisia Finance Law Angers Citizens
  147. Libya: Al-Qaeda Seeks Libya Foothold
  148. Central African Republic: Ex-President Goes into Exile
  149. Nigeria: Pirates Attack Passenger Boat
  150. Nigeria/Mali: Mali Stuns Nigeria in Soccer Opener
  151. Nigeria: Obasanjo Writes Another Letter, Withdraws From PDP
  152. Nigeria: Urban Slums in Lagos 'Mega City'
  153. Kenya: Militant Gunmen Likely Died in Westgate Attack
  154. South Sudan: Rebels Call Bentiu Defeat a 'Tactical Withdrawal', Uganda's Involvement
  155. Tanzania: Poor Sanitation Claims 1,500 Lives of Women and Girls
  156. Somalia: Somali Minister of Interior Condemns Al Shabaab's Internet Ban
  157. Zambia: Saving Mothers Partnership Yields 'Inspiring' Results
  158. Zimbabwe: D-Day for Govt Pay Talks
  159. Botswana: Gaborone Among Most Liveable Cities
  160. Zimbabwe: IMF Management Approves a Six-Month Extension of the Staff-Monitored Progra
  161. Mozambique: Japan Pledges Billions
  162. Zimbabwe: Councils Loot Zinara Funds
  163. Zimbabwe: Zim Delegation Off to China
  164. Warriors hold Morocco
  165. Pandemonium at dancehall show
  166. SA rubbishes witchcraft claims
  167. Flight frequency up in Q3 2013
  168. Jah Prayzah fires Generator
  169. Egypt prepares post-Morsi roadmap
  170. Industry needs US$8bn: CZI
  171. Sharon death sparks mixed reactions
  172. Brazil website puts up ‘blacks for sale’ ad
  173. TSL to acquire Premier Forklifts
  174. South Africa/Mozambique: Bafana Make Good Start to CHAN
  175. Tunisia: Acting Prime Minister Sworn in
  176. Egypt: Four Killed, 15 Injured in Friday Confrontations
  177. Zimbabwe/Morocco: Warriors Challenged to Deliver
  178. Zimbabwe/Morocco: Warriors Face Morocco in CHAN Opener
  179. Liberia: Supreme Court Suspends Justice Minister
  180. Nigeria: APC Warns Jonathan Over Sanusi Dismissal
  181. South Sudan: Govt Defies Global Pressure to Free Political Prisoners
  182. Somalia: Al Shabaab Fighters Killed in Air Strike
  183. Somalia: Govt Soldiers Killed
  184. Kenya: Many Children Miss Out On Life-Saving Drugs
  185. Somalia: Cabinet Line-Up Deadline Extended for PM
  186. South Africa/Mozambique: Jubilant Mood As Fans Arrive for CHAN Opening Game
  187. Zimbabwe: Welfare Reports - When Power Bridles the Poor
  188. Mozambique: Businessman Kidnapped in Central Maputo
  189. Zimbabwe: Government Lacks Fiscal Credibility
  190. Zimbabwe: Govt to Take New Constitution to the People
  191. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Back From Singapore Break
  192. Zimbabwe: New RBZ Chief Preps Monetary Statement
  193. Zimbabwe: Skint Govt Mulls Non-Monetary Civil Service Deal
  194. Egypt: Pro-Mursi Alliance Calls for Week-Long Protests
  195. Tunisia: Marzouki Hands to Ghannouchi Letter Entitling Him to Appoint Next PM
  196. Egypt: Poll - 57 Percent of Egyptians Prefer Women to Wear Hijab
  197. Egypt: Egypt's PM Offended By Leaked Phone Calls
  198. Zimbabwe/Morocco: Warriors, Atlas Lions Face Off On Sunday
  199. Mali: Reform or Relapse
  200. Nigeria: Technical Schools Continue Strike
  201. Cote d'Ivoire: Rights Group Urges Govt to Support Special Investigative Unit
  202. Liberia: Expelled Officials of Former Ruling Party Remain Defiant
  203. Nigeria: Cholera Outbreak Kills 71
  204. South Sudan: Juba Claims Recapture of Town
  205. Sudan: Al Bashir Closes Door to Dialogue
  206. Kenya: Kenya Airstrike Claims Militants
  207. South Sudan: Nation 'In Danger of Shattering' Says U.S.
  208. Uganda: Opposition Leaders Face Violence Charges
  209. Zimbabwe: Battle to Succeed Mugabe Steps Up
  210. Zimbabwe: V-P's Allies Face Uphill Battle in Succession Race
  211. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Seeks 'Unity' V-P
  212. Mozambique: Maputo Gas Pipeline 60 Per Cent Complete
  213. Mozambique: Storms Kill Four in Zambezia
  214. Mozambique: Renamo Gunmen Present in Nhamatanda
  215. South Africa: Witchcraft Reports Are Ridiculous
  216. South Africa: Constitution Is a Transformative Document
  217. Two armed robbers shot dead in Gweru
  218. Row over girlfriend ends in fatal shooting
  219. President arrives back home from Singapore
  220. MP Kanhanga takes care of Guruve North’s sanitation, water needs
  221. Missing tourist’s family, chief dismiss talk of ‘search fee’
  222. Zim delegation off to China
  223. Sovereign Wealth Fund Bill gazetted
  224. Apostolic, pentecostal churches clash
  225. Councils loot Zinara funds
  226. D-Day for Govt pay talks
  227. Immigration Debate Ignores Highly Skilled Black Workers
  228. African Asylum Seekers Teach Israeli Society Lesson In Civics
  229. My Neanderthal Roots: The Day I Discovered My DNA – A White Woman’s Story
  230. Julius Malema To Donate House To Jacob Zuma’s Impoverished Neighbour
  231. Ethiopia Rejects Egypt Proposal On Nile As Dam Talks Falter
  232. Conservatives Embrace Selective Stupidity
  233. Black Leaders – Past And Present – On Black Economic Empowerment
  234. Libya: Libya Chaos Worsens
  235. Tunisia: Interim PM Resigns
  236. Tunisia: Death Penalty Remains in Draft Constitution
  237. Tunisia: Trouble in Tataouine
  238. Tunisia: Sidi Bouzid - Meknassi Police Station Set Ablaze
  239. Tunisia: NCA Parliamentary Blocs Presidents Agree On Election of Shafik Sarssar to He
  240. Cote d'Ivoire: Yaya Toure Rules Africa Again
  241. Mali: Women Key to Unlocking Potential, Says IMF Chief
  242. Nigeria: Minister Contests 'Doctored' Video
  243. Liberia: Partisans of Former Ruling Party Besiege Headquarters
  244. Nigeria: Lagos Tanker Fire Kills 15
  245. South Sudan: Civilians Flee Town as Battle Looms
  246. South Sudan: Susan Rice Stresses U.S. Backing for IGAD Mediators
  247. South Sudan: UN Allocates $15 Million for Emergency Aid for Those Displaced By Fighti
  248. Somalia: President and PM Disagree On New Cabinet List.
  249. Somalia: Somalia's P.M to Announce a New Cabinet in Coming Few Hours
  250. Zimbabwe: Ailing Economy Fuels Child Labour