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  1. Govt to unfreeze nursing posts
  2. ‘I will not continue after President Mugabe’
  3. Midlands provincial executive dissolved
  4. Nguni donates cattle to constituency
  5. MP calls for gold claims audit
  6. RBZ re-tenders sale of Homelink
  7. Chombo’s verdict on Chigumba
  8. Nestle reaches out to children with cancer
  9. ZBC employees hail Minister Moyo
  10. Hundreds bid farewell to Singo
  11. Norway Gives Duty-Free Access To Ethiopian Exports
  12. Zimbabwe Gives Remaining White Farmers Ultimatum
  13. Henry Louis Gates Screens New Documentary ‘The African Americans’ At Yale
  14. Nanny Of The Maroons: Jamaica’s Warrior Queen
  15. Egypt: 15 Killed in Clashes - Official
  16. Nigeria/Morocco: Amazing Comeback As Super Eagles Down Lions
  17. Nigeria/Morocco: Jonathan Congratulates Super Eagles
  18. Egypt: Awqaf Minister Calls Attack On Cairo Police HQ "Treason"
  19. Egypt: Three Years After Tahrir, Has Egypt Changed?
  20. Nigeria: Fighting in the North Sparks New Refugee Exodus
  21. Nigeria: Presidential Election Date Set
  22. Africa: France to Increase Military Presence
  23. Nigeria: 18 Killed, 5 Hospitalized in Fresh Boko Haram Attacks
  24. Kenya: Govt Evicts Tribe to Save Forest
  25. South Sudan: Aid Workers Killed in Jonglei
  26. South Sudan: Ceasefire Deal Hailed
  27. South Sudan: From Cease-Fire to Sustainable Peace?
  28. Kenya: Civilians Killed At Somalia's Border Town With Kenya
  29. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Seeks Education Aid from Britain
  30. Zimbabwe/Mali: Warriors Beat Mali to Progress to Semis
  31. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Urges Mugabe Dialogue
  32. Angola: Sonangol Clarifies Oil Tanker Disappearance
  33. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Calls for Early Congress in March, but No Takers
  34. Mozambique: Growth Has Not Led to Economic Transformation
  35. Angola: MPs Approve Bills and Applications for Adoption
  36. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF MP Evicts Supporters From Houses
  37. Black, Green And The Struggle For Libya
  38. How Can The Richest Nation On Earth Tolerate Child Poverty For Millions?
  39. Haiti: UN Soldiers Still Not Screened For Cholera Despite Causing Outbreak
  40. Africa Tourism Ministers Meet With Official From Caribbean Tourism Organization
  41. Negroes And The Gun: The Black Tradition Of Arms
  42. Emmanuel Jal: One Man, Two Wars
  43. New, Privatized African City Heralds Climate Of Apartheid
  44. Egypt: 'Army Chief Under Pressure to Run for President' - PM
  45. Africa: Protests Predicted for Egypt's 25 January Revolution Day
  46. Egypt: Living Without the State in Cairo's Slums
  47. Egypt: Govt Condemns Bombing of Cairo Police Headquarters
  48. Libya: Libya Bankruptcy Warning Raises Concerns
  49. Nigeria: Arrest Warrant Issued for El-Rufai, Condemned by APC & Fani-Kayode
  50. Cameroon: Saving Cameroonians From Ill Health
  51. Nigeria: Gays Seek Asylum at Lagos Embassies
  52. Liberia: U.S. Agency Accused of Safeguards Failure in Liberia Investment
  53. Africa: Focus On Gender - Think Small to Light Up Rural Africa
  54. South Sudan: Rebels Accuse Army of Violating Ceasefire
  55. Uganda: Alarm Over Mandatory Gardens in Karamoja
  56. East Africa: Could Uganda Prosecute Joseph Kony?
  57. Rwanda: UN - M23 Recruiting in Rwanda
  58. South Sudan: South Sudan Rebels Accuse Government of Breaking Cease-Fire
  59. South Africa: Four Police Arrested in South Africa
  60. South Africa: Platinum Production At a Standstill
  61. Egypt: Egyptian Embassy in Zambia Secures Release of 23 Egyptian Nationals
  62. Zimbabwe: Country Must Start Believing, Again
  63. Zimbabwe: The Rand's Fall Worrisome
  64. South Africa: Youth Still Very Keen On News - Just Differently
  65. South Africa: Cricket - the Mystery of the Lorgat Witch-Hunt, Unravelled
  66. SA miners meet platinum firms
  67. Tsvangirai ‘flogging a dead horse’
  68. Gumbura judgment deferred again
  69. Bogus firm takes job-seekers for a ride
  70. Human wall blocks Chitungwiza demolitions
  71. A-Level results out
  72. Call for all to embrace Zim-Asset
  73. PSMAS saga: Civil servants cry foul
  74. Biti: The burden of the sun on your back
  75. Parastatals must be viable: Charamba
  76. Emperor Menelik II Of Ethiopia (1844-1913)
  77. Nigeria’s Emerging Economy Is Challenged By Old-Style Politics
  78. Africa Rising: Who Is Benefiting?
  79. The Revolution Must Be Financed
  80. Pioneering American Black Nationalist Martin R. Delany Died On This Date In 1885
  81. The Ethiopians And Their Past
  82. What African Tech Companies Can Learn From Apple
  83. Egypt: Egypt's Mansour Says Police State Will Not Return
  84. Kenya: Uhuru Orders External Public Service Audit
  85. Egypt: Gunmen Kill 5 Egyptian Police
  86. Morocco: Parliament Repeals Controversial Rape Law
  87. Tunisia: Deadlock Persists On Withdrawal of Confidence From Government - Mouldi Jendo
  88. Egypt: Mansour On Police Day - Police State Gone, Never to Return
  89. Nigeria: Undercover Reporter Bursts Human Trafficking Network
  90. Nigeria: Cyber Attacks On Banks, Telecoms to Increase - Expert
  91. Mali: AU Helps to Finalize Peace
  92. Liberia: Students Threaten to Disrupt Sirleaf
  93. Nigeria: 'No Regrets' - Reporter Who Risked Death on Human Trafficking Story
  94. Kenya: Why Obama Invited Kenyatta to U.S.
  95. South Sudan: Leaders Sign Ceasefire
  96. South Sudan: S. Sudan Demands Apology From UN Over Bor Camp Dispute
  97. Africa: South Sudan Leaders 'Learnt Nothing' From 50 Years of Independence
  98. South Sudan: South Sudan Govt, Rebels Sign Ceasefire Agreement
  99. Malawi: Health Workers' Shortage Hits Aids Battle
  100. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF 'Not Bothered' By U.S. Snub
  101. South Africa: Police Urge Union to Ensure Peaceful Protest
  102. South Africa: Striking Miners Gather at Marikana Stadium
  103. Malawi: Launch of Innovative Project to Prevent Stunting Among Children
  104. South Africa: Joburg Driving Green and Reduces CO2 Emissions With Smart Transport Inf
  105. Swaziland: Equatorial Guinea President Visits Kingdom
  106. Swaziland: Airport Terminal Can't Handle Traffic
  107. Be examplary, police told
  108. Two-year-old ’star witness’ nails rapist
  109. Blair in court for sodomising tenant’s son
  110. Former MDC-T MP up for theft of trust property
  111. US-Africa Summit a non-event
  112. City TB cases down 50pc
  113. Burial ‘fines’ scam at municipal cemeteries
  114. Heavy rains expected countrywide: Met Office
  115. Bank your fees, schools urged
  116. Salary cut for PSMAS bigwigs
  117. South Sudan Government And Rebels Sign Ceasefire
  118. Libyan Regime Stokes Anti-Black Tensions In South
  119. Ethiopian Airlines Seeks Fleet Upgrade As It Studies New Routes
  120. Is Jacob Zuma Becoming Too Much Of A Liability For The ANC?
  121. Police Assault Teen So Violently During Search That His Testicles Burst
  122. Thousands Of South African Platinum Workers Strike Over Pay
  123. The Reason Why Obama Invited Uhuru Kenyatta To USA
  124. Egypt: Three Years On, Wide-Scale Repression Continues Unabated
  125. Liberia: Police Chief Confirms Low Police Presence in Rural Liberia
  126. Egypt: Speech of Interim President Adli Mansour During a Press Conference With Greek
  127. Egypt: Egypt Slams Activists With Two Years in Prison for Destructing Memorial Stone
  128. Tunisia: Arrest of Terrorists and Accomplices in Some Regions of the Country , Says D
  129. Egypt: Interior Minister - We Shall Not Allow MB to Spoil January 25th Festivals
  130. Egypt: FM - International Reactions to Referendum Positive
  131. Gambia: Europe to Boost Gambia Aid?
  132. Liberia: Public-Private Partnerships Address Unemployment - Sirleaf
  133. Nigeria: How Country Lost N1.4 Trillion to Waivers
  134. Guinea: Measles Outbreak Threatens Children's Lives in Guinea
  135. Nigeria: Nigeria Arrests Gays Under Controversial New Law
  136. Somalia: Election of Puntland's President May Strengthen Moves Towards Federalism
  137. Sudan: Khartoum Escalates Attacks, Says NGO
  138. Ethiopia: The Missing Faces of Ethiopia's Poor
  139. South Sudan: Kiir Attacks UN Mission
  140. Somalia: Ethiopian Amisom Membership Scrutinized
  141. Mozambique: Small-Scale Fishermen Battle Headwinds
  142. Zimbabwe: Looking Beyond Mugabe
  143. South Africa: Sculptors Secretly Add Rabbit in Mandela's Ear
  144. South Africa: Gold Mines Seek to Stop Strike
  145. Malawi: New Project to Prevent Stunting Among Children
  146. South Africa: Fabled Mine Produces New Vivid Blue Diamond
  147. South Africa: Not So Cool Drinks - Is It Time for a Sin Tax?
  148. South Africa: Human Rights Watch Probes Protest Deaths
  149. ‘Banking sector not sick’
  150. Cuthbert Dube and lessons in corporate misgovernance
  151. Muchinguri hails landmark rape sentence
  152. Carbon dioxide plant on cards
  153. Tryson opens up
  154. Editorial COmment – Monster salaries: Buck should stop somewhere
  155. RTG employee gets 12 months’ jail for inflating quotation
  156. Fugitive gets 8 years
  157. 5 100 stock thieves arrested
  158. Eto’o having fun at Chelsea
  159. Could Zimbabwe Become Africa’s First Cashless Economy?
  160. UN Secretly Trying To Take Over South Sudan
  161. Egypt Ready To Escalate Actions Against Ethiopia’s Peaceful Nile Dam Project
  162. South Africa: Stand Strong Against Aggressive Pharmaceutical Campaign
  163. 10 Ways In Which Women Need To Get Their Acts Together
  164. Rare Blue Diamond Discovered In South Africa
  165. Affirmative Action Foe Attack Black Students’ Demands
  166. Nigeria: Abdukadir - "No Difference Between Nigeria's New and Former PDP Chair"
  167. South Africa: Mandla Maseko Ready for Trip Into Space
  168. Algeria: Presidential Polls Date Set
  169. Libya: Clashes Strain Health Services
  170. Egypt: Mursi Faces 'Spying' Trial
  171. Egypt: What Does Women Dancing in Public Tell Us About the Pulse of the Citizenry Dur
  172. Morocco: Morocco Works With U.S. to Transform Fishing Industry
  173. Nigeria: Jonathan Nominates New Ministers
  174. Guinea: Conde Names New Govt
  175. Cameroon: Govt Clamps Down On Illicit Clinics
  176. Nigeria: Govt Uneasy With High Recurrent Expenditure - Ngozi
  177. Kenya: I Am Gay, Says Top Author
  178. South Sudan: Uganda Defends Role in South Sudan
  179. Uganda: Anti-Gay Bill Unsigned but Still Effective
  180. Sudan: Incumbent Sudatel Faces New Competition From SNO Canartel
  181. South Sudan: Heavy Fighting Wounds 34 People Seeking Shelter Inside UN Base
  182. Zambia: How Much Can a New Constitution Really Change?
  183. Mozambique: Prosecutors Probe 'Execution' of Rebels
  184. South Africa: Strike Could Cripple Gold Industry
  185. South Africa: Mamphela Ramphele - 'The ANC Gives People Food Parcels, Agang Builds Ci
  186. South Africa: Govt Calls for Peaceful Protest
  187. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Holds On - but for How Much Longer?
  188. South Africa: Tonight, Tonight, the Strip's Just Right - an Inside Look At Illegal Dr
  189. R Kelly heading to Zimbabwe
  190. Practical education vital: President
  191. No licence for indebted PSMAS
  192. Mutual co-operation vital — Chihuri
  193. Meet the lady in Guspy Warrior’s life
  194. Serial rapist, robber jailed 230yrs
  195. Gorowa focuses on Mali
  196. Corruption: Who will watch the watchers?
  197. Green Fuel to invest US$1bn
  198. More radio stations wanted
  199. 85 Richest People Own The Wealth Of Half The World’s Population – Oxfam
  200. Guyana And Haiti To Lead Caribbean Growth In 2014
  201. Ethiopia’s Ancient Timket Festival Draws Massive Crowds
  202. Big Money Behind War: The Military-Industrial Complex
  203. Slavery Is Having A Hollywood Moment. What About The Rest Of Black History?
  204. U.S. Interventionism In Africa Makes Colonialism Look Progressive, Empowers China
  205. Nigerian Billionaire Considers Buying Oil Fields
  206. West Africa: Was Boko Haram Really Active in Northern Mali?
  207. South Sudan: Looting, Fighting and Remoteness Block Aid to 300,000 in South Sudan - U
  208. Mozambique: Giant Rats Race to Eliminate Landmines
  209. Zimbabwe: Teen Bailed Over 'Mugabe in Freezer' Facebook Post
  210. Morocco: Opposition Sues Prime Minister Over Defamation
  211. Egypt: Referendum Results Steer Egypt's Future Roadmap
  212. Morocco/Uganda: Morocco Reaches Chan Quarter-Finals
  213. Egypt: Secretary Kerry On Egypt's Constitutional Referendum
  214. Egypt: Minister - 10 Percent of GDP to Be Allocated for Health, Education and Scienti
  215. Nigeria: Half of Our Politicians Have No Business in Politics - Jonathan
  216. Nigeria: New Ruling Party Chair Still Under Corruption Probe
  217. Nigeria: Kano Records 100 Rape Cases
  218. Cote d'Ivoire: How Can Young Ivorians Fund Their Entrepreneurial Dreams?
  219. Mauritania: Ban Deadly Force Feeding of Child Brides - Activists
  220. Sudan: Army Bombs Villages
  221. Eritrea: Eritrean Forces Blamed for Hijacking
  222. Tanzania: Widows Struggle With Property Grabbing By Relatives
  223. South Sudan: Govt Troops In Bid to Force Entry to UN Camp
  224. South Africa: Mining Union Calls Major Strike
  225. South Africa: An Increasingly Predatory State
  226. South Africa: Why the Argument for a Single Police Service Should Be Questioned
  227. South Africa: 'Mickey Mouse' Parties Can't Rules - Ramaphosa
  228. South Africa: Fourth Death After Mothutlung Protests
  229. Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe At Sister's Memorial Service
  230. Mozambique: Government Insists It Has Answered Renamo Letters
  231. South Africa: Mbalula Must Retract Disgraceful Comment
  232. Bikita land dispute: Headman battles for life
  233. Bridget Mugabe declared liberation heroine
  234. 15MW plant for Nyanga
  235. We have done it
  236. Warriors come of age
  237. IDC to dispose of nine units
  238. Sharapova sent packing
  239. Mixed fortunes for Mwana
  240. Makosi gets slot on ZTV
  241. ‘Caledonia’s policy won’t benefit Zimbabweans’
  242. In One Chart, Here’s Why Africa Is The Hottest Growth Opportunity Of The Century
  243. Be It Nazi Germany Or Apartheid South Africa We Must Thank The Few Who Resist
  244. South Africa: AMCU To Strike At Gold And Platinum Mines
  245. The U.S.-Ethiopia-Eritrea Triangle
  246. South Sudan ‘Optimistic’ About Peace Talks
  247. Africa Becoming A Global Hub For Doing Business
  248. Preacher Tells Congregation To Eat Grass ‘To Be Closer To God’
  249. Zimbabwe: Midlands Authorities Evict Land Invaders
  250. Egypt: Mursi Faces New Trial