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  1. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Unimpressed With Likely Successors
  2. Zimbabwe: "Currently, I Am Doing Nothing for a Living, I Have No Money in Person, At
  3. Zimbabwe: Western Media - Reading the White Man's 'Mugabe'
  4. Zimbabwe: Man Stones Uncle to Death Over Witchcraft
  5. Zimbabwe: Air Zimbabwe Fraud - Insurers Refused Bail
  6. Black America: Reclaim Our Dignity By Ending Abortion
  7. George Zimmerman Fled Angry Mob In Miami
  8. Julius Malema Demands ‘Real Freedom’ For Black South Africans
  9. Detroit Bankruptcy: A Savage Assault On Detroit’s Residents
  10. Prosperity Gospel Is Destroying Africa
  11. France, Germany Send Troops To Mali
  12. Mali: 200,000 Remain Displaced
  13. South Sudan: Rebels Seize Strategic Town, Says Govt
  14. Tunisia: Libyan Plane Crashes, Killing All on Board
  15. Tunisia: Libyan Diplomat Denies Presence of Al-Qaida Members On Board Crashed Plane
  16. Egypt: Across Political Spectrum, Compromise Elusive
  17. Morocco: Malian President Offers Official Dinner in Honor of HM the King
  18. Egypt: Prosecution Refers 47 Brotherhood Supporters to Criminal Court
  19. Gambia: Jailed Former Justice Minister Faces Fresh Charges
  20. Gambia: Energy Minister Teneng Ba Jaiteh Reinstated
  21. Liberia: 'Corruption Remains a Serious Problem' - U.S. Ambassador
  22. Sierra Leone: "Sierra Leone Should Change Its Labor Laws" - Peligal
  23. Tanzania: The Ruling Party's Identity Crisis
  24. Somalia: Attack On Presidential Palace
  25. Sudan: Pregnant Rape Survivor Sentenced for 'Indecent Acts'
  26. Sudan: UN Rights Expert Urges Gov't to Release Reports On 2013 Protests
  27. Somalia: Explosion and Gun Fight Around the Presidential Palace Mogadishu
  28. Mozambique: Renamo Proposals 'Go Beyond Govt Agreement'
  29. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Turns 90 Amid Health Concerns
  30. South Africa: Public Comments Sought On Bioprospecting Regulations
  31. Mozambique: Military Training Needed to Face New Threats, Says President
  32. Mozambique: No Sovereign Wealth Fund Yet - Finance Minister
  33. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Bans Zanu-PF Succession Debate
  34. South Africa: Ugandan Gay Activist Free To Live, Work in South Africa
  35. Zimbabwe: War Vets Demand Sugar Plots As Reward
  36. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Raising our level of national consciousness
  37. Call to put cap on board posts
  38. Gwindi makes his move
  39. All roads lead to Marondera
  40. Ras Pompy’s school days
  41. Reynolds convicted
  42. Bishop Manhanga appointed to Zimpapers board
  43. Journalists congratulate His Excellency on birthday
  44. Zvasiya to join City
  45. Hazard holds Chelsea key
  46. President Mugabe Calls For 100 Percent Local Ownership Of Mines
  47. Happy Birthday Mr. President: 9 Things You Did Not Know About Robert Mugabe
  48. Scifest Africa To Celebrate African Space Science
  49. Botswana: The New Home of Diamond Trading
  50. The Black Holocaust: Will America Re-Examine Its Shame?
  51. Horror: More African-American Babies Aborted In NYC Than Born
  52. Malcolm X Was Assassinated On This Day In 1965
  53. Nigeria: Exclusive - Lamido Sanusi's Suspension Letter
  54. South Sudan: Women Bear Brunt of Conflict, UN Official Says
  55. Zimbabwe: USAID Avails U.S.$100 Million
  56. Libya: Voters Head for Polls on New Constitution
  57. Algeria: Algerian Islamists Boycott Presidential Election
  58. Egypt: Journalists Go on Trial
  59. Egypt: Govt Delays Opening of Schools, Universities
  60. Libya: Libyans to Vote On Constitutional Assembly
  61. Nigeria: Outrage Greets Firing of Central Banker
  62. Nigeria: Security Service Seizes Banker's Passport
  63. Nigeria: Jonathan Appoints New Central Banker
  64. Cote d'Ivoire: Gay Organisation Attacked By Rioters
  65. Liberia: UN, Liberia in Extraditions Row
  66. Ethiopia: Govt Accused of Spying Abroad
  67. South Africa: Gay Rights Doctor Avoids Deportation to Uganda
  68. Uganda: New Law Bans Mini-Skirts
  69. South Sudan: Courts and Justice Are Essential for Peace - a Reply to Mbeki and Mamdan
  70. South Africa: Home Affairs to Appeal Judgment in Ugandan Gay Activist Case
  71. Zimbabwe: Mugabe At 90 - Dictator or Freedom Fighter?
  72. South Africa: Power Supplier Declares Emergency
  73. Mozambique: Resource Abundance - Avoiding Conflict, Ensuring Prosperity
  74. Zimbabwe: The Symbolic Hypocrisy of the EU's Mugabe Sanctions
  75. Africa: What Effect Will the U.S. Federal Taper Have On Africa?
  76. South Africa: Civil Aviation Authority to Implement Accident Reduction Plan
  77. Looters face jail, says President
  78. NSSA in $50m hotel scandal
  79. Mutsinze: Hungwe responds
  80. Dissecting Nama loopholes
  81. ‘racism stalks rugby’
  82. All set for 21st Feb festivities
  83. European Investment Bank officials coming to Zim
  84. EDITORIAL COMMENT: 21st Movement for a better generation
  85. Power emergency in SA
  86. President exonerates Masimirembwa
  87. Jacob Zuma Has Failed South Africa – Buthelezi
  88. Ethiopians Prepare To Celebrate The Life Of Menelik II And The Battle Of Adwa
  89. Africa’s Biggest Business Opportunities Expo Turns 21
  90. 5 Black Inventors You Should Know
  91. Ku Klux Klan Thugs Chase Down And Murder Lamuel Penn On Desolate Georgia Road In 1964
  92. Construction Begins On Obama’s $21 Billion Power Africa Project
  93. A Salute To Yuri Kochiyama
  94. Libya: Voters to Choose Constitutional Assembly
  95. Egypt: Mubarak Trial Over Presidential Palaces Adjourned to March 19
  96. Egypt: Targeting Tourists - Militant Islamists in Egypt Shift Their Focus
  97. Tunisia: Marzouki Focuses On Action of Provisional Judicial Authority
  98. Tunisia: Caretaker President Recommends to Properly Prepare Next Elections
  99. Nigeria: Boko Haram Attacks Govt Commander's Home
  100. Gambia: Jammeh to Fight Gays As 'Mosquitoes'
  101. Nigeria: Force Fails to Break Boko Haram
  102. Liberia: Minister Threatens Health Strikers
  103. Gambia: U.S. Condemns Jammeh Attack on Gays
  104. Burundi: Firing of V-P Triggers Crisis
  105. South Sudan: Uganda to Withdraw Troops
  106. Ethiopia: Selling Condoms Changes Lives
  107. Ethiopia: Land, Water Grabs Devastate Communities
  108. South Sudan: Bor Residents Rush to Bury Dead Amid South Sudan Fighting
  109. South Africa: Nation Faces 'Bafana Bafana' Future, Says Think Tank
  110. Malawi: Electoral Bandwagon Gathers Pace
  111. Malawi: Lessons From Malawi's Food Crisis
  112. Zimbabwe: President Mugabe's Birthday Bash, More Than Just a Celebration
  113. Zimbabwe: USAID Targets Zimbabwe Food Shortages, Malnutrition
  114. Zimbabwe: The Zimbabwe Sanctions Never Worked
  115. Africa: Emerging Market Currencies Under Attack By Sharks of Capital
  116. South Africa: Prosecutors Accept Pistorius Trial on TV
  117. President raps faction leaders
  118. Telecel takes Tomana to task
  119. Luke Steyn makes history
  120. Delta in US$12m Chibuku expansion
  121. Mujuru comforts flood-hit families
  122. Jacob Moyana speaks out
  123. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Tobacco farmers must reap their rewards
  124. SA urged not to deport Ugandan gay rights activist
  125. Step down, Khama tells Tsvangirai
  126. Dembare’s chan reward
  127. Israel Secretly Shipping African Refugees To Uganda
  128. The History Of Surveillance And The Black Community
  129. Who Is The European Union Trying To Fool?
  130. Sudan FM Criticizes Egypt Over Ethiopian Dam Arrogance
  131. Ghanaian Messaging App Saya Gains Popularity In India
  132. Young Ugandan Creates Business Management App For SMEs
  133. Black Men Must Start Defending Themselves Against White Vigilantism
  134. Egypt: Renewing Detention of Yemeni Journalist "Firas Mohamed Al-Shamsan" for 15 Days
  135. Morocco: Human Rights Organisations Call for Charges Against Journalist Ali Anouzla t
  136. Nigeria: Boko Haram - Our Hands Are Tied - Presidency
  137. South Sudan: S. Sudan Government, Rebels Trade Blame for Violence
  138. South Sudan: Opposition Forces Capture Parts of South Sudan Oil Town
  139. South Africa: SA Makes Inroads in Tackling HIV/Aids
  140. Morocco: New Migration Policy Masks Continued Abuses
  141. Tunisia: Kerry Pledges Support to Tunisia
  142. Tunisia: Al-Massar Argues for Creation of Provisional Authority to Review Constitutio
  143. Nigeria: Can Jonathan Stand in 2015 Polls?
  144. Burkina Faso: Unsafe Abortion Is Widespread in Burkina Faso
  145. Nigeria: Nigeria Is in a State of War - Governor
  146. Cameroon: Cameroon Blames Pentecostals for Backpedaling Anti-Polio Crusade
  147. Mali: Farmer Training Aims to Reduce Pesticide Use in Mali
  148. South Sudan: Heavy Fighting Breaks Ceasefire
  149. Congo-Kinshasa: Journalist Killed in Rebel-Govt Shootout
  150. Somalia: President's Winter of Discontent
  151. South Africa: 'Respected Legal Mind' to Hear Pistorius Trial
  152. South Africa: Celebrating a Murderous State
  153. South Africa: Safeguarding Public Health - Gov'ts Challenge to International Intellec
  154. Africa: Energy Indaba 2014 - More Regional Focus Can Catalyse African Development
  155. Zimbabwe: EU Partially Lifts Sanctions
  156. South Africa: Decoding Hlaudi - the Public Protector's Sabc Report
  157. South Africa: Research - the Economic and Social Case for Patent Law Reform in South
  158. ‘ZBC board can deliver’
  159. Former Airzim bosses denied bail
  160. Zesa dribbles tender board
  161. Mangoma makes formal police report
  162. Remove sanctions entirely: Govt
  163. Hakeem’s debut music project
  164. Five killed as Ukraine police battle protesters
  165. A Flame Brings Light
  166. Zimbabwe mulls diamond bourse
  167. Police roadblocks to stay, says Chihuri
  168. A Glimpse Into A Future Prosperous, Assertive Africa
  169. South African Trade Unions Accused Of Betraying Members
  170. Whites Call For Unconditional Removal Of US And EU Sanctions Against Zimbabwe
  171. New Alliance Condemned As New Wave Of Colonialism In Africa
  172. Biologists Aim To Protect Rare Caribbean Lizards
  173. Black Women Journeying Back To Their Natural Roots
  174. Black America: Abortion Destroys Our Dignity
  175. North Africa: Libya Hosts Maghreb Summit
  176. Western Sahara: How Morocco Censors Sahrawis
  177. Nigeria: Death Toll Tops 100 From Militant Attack in Nigeria
  178. Sudan: Darfur Forces Fire on Protesters
  179. Burundi: Threats to Democracy, Peace Grow
  180. Rwanda: Germany Wraps Up First Genocide Trial
  181. Congo-Kinshasa: Govt Targets Opposition Leader
  182. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Pardons 2,000 Prisoners
  183. Western Sahara: Spanish Judge to Extend Prosecution Against Senior Moroccan Military
  184. Egypt: New Beginning for Egyptian-Russian Military Cooperation - Defense Chief
  185. Egypt: Ban Condemns Deadly Attack On Egyptian Tour Bus in Sinai
  186. Egypt: Tourist Bus Blast Caused By Suicide Bomber - Investigations
  187. Morocco: Polisario Front Representative in Paris Accuses France of " Blocking" Settle
  188. West Africa: Terror and Other Challenges in the Sahel - Don't Ignore the Local
  189. Mauritania: Nation Provides Fertile Ground for Arab Donors
  190. Liberia: Sirleaf's Latest Govt Appointments a 'Bombshell'
  191. Mali: Kidal Still Waits for Resolution
  192. West Africa: New Tools and Farmer Training Could Revolutionize Pesticide Management
  193. Kenya: UN Experts Urge Kenya to Repeal Discriminatory Sections of Marriage Property A
  194. Somalia: Somali Remittances - Banking Up the Wrong Tree
  195. Kenya: Ruto Case Resumes With Witness Hitch
  196. South Sudan: Due to Ongoing Insecurity, UN Advises Against Forced Returns
  197. Swaziland: U.S. Trade Deal Threatened
  198. South Africa: South Africans Must Decide What Kind of Country They Want
  199. Botswana: Protests Greet President Over San Land Issue
  200. South Africa: South African Authorities Rescue, Arrest Trapped Illegal Miners
  201. Zimbabwe: Group Protest for Women Rights
  202. Zimbabwe: Pardoned Prisoners Start Leaving
  203. South Africa: SABC Board Should Act Against Acting COO - Madonsela
  204. South Africa: Mboweni Leaves Anglogold Ashanti
  205. Whites join anti-embargo crusade
  206. President leaves for eye operation
  207. Govt to appoint interim PSMAS boss
  208. Former US Congressman arrested
  209. EU partially lifts sanctions
  210. ZBC board chairman’s appointment withdrawn
  211. US$11,2m storm rocks NSSA
  212. Jubilation as prisoners go home
  213. Navistar bosses arrested
  214. CAAZ ordered to pay firefighters US$3,1 million
  215. Islam, Colourism And The Myth Of Black Slave Traders – A Must Read
  216. Behind Yoweri Museveni’s Defiance Of The U.S. On South Sudan
  217. Ethiopia Uses Electricity Exports To Drive Ambition As An African Power
  218. Michael Dunn Verdict: What It Says About Race In America
  219. George Zimmerman Claims He Is Homeless And Suffers From PTSD
  220. How France Has Embraced Neo-Colonialism
  221. Black Children, An Endangered Species
  222. Somalia: Five Challenges for Economic Reconstruction
  223. Malawi: Joyce Banda Ready to Rebuild Malawi
  224. Zambia: Rupiah Banda's Son Jailed
  225. Egypt: Mursi's Counsel Withdraw Over Glass Cage
  226. Western Sahara: Moroccans Clash With Protesters
  227. Egypt: Bus Blast Kills Tourists
  228. Egypt: Morsi, 35 MB Leaderships to Stand Trial
  229. Egypt: Mursi Trial for Spying Adjourned to February 23
  230. Nigeria: Scores Die in Alleged Boko Haram Attack
  231. Nigeria: Lingering Hardship After Floods
  232. Mali: Rush to Repair Heritage Site
  233. Nigeria: Patience Jonathan Flown to Germany for Treatment
  234. Nigeria: Boko Haram, Jonathan and a Nation Without Empathy
  235. Uganda: Museveni to Sign Anti-Gay Law
  236. Somalia: Militants Flee From Ethiopians
  237. Tanzania: Kilimanjaro Reels From Trekkers
  238. East Africa: New Moves on Mobile Money
  239. Uganda: Obama Condemns Anti-Gay Law
  240. South Africa: Stand-Off Over Trapped Miners
  241. Zimbabwe: V-P Under Fire Over Corruption Row
  242. South Africa: Hundreds of Miners Trapped Underground
  243. South Africa: Two Hundred Trapped in South African Mine
  244. Zimbabwe: Bona's Wedding to Cost Ratepayers
  245. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Frees Prisoners As Cash Crunch Bites
  246. Malawi: Meningitis Foundation Extends Interventions to Chikhwawa
  247. Malawi: Teen Gets 10 Years IHL for Breaking and Theft
  248. DeMbare through
  249. Bosso beat Harare City
  250. CAPS Utd win Zambezi Cup