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  1. Varsities’ officers visit
  2. Irrigation vital
  3. MDC-T Chiredzi leader fined for poking President’s portrait
  4. Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Activities Banned
  5. Tunisia: Football Fans Turn to Politics
  6. Egypt: Presidential Candidacy of Sisi Is Sentimental
  7. Egypt: CAPMAS - 1.17 Million Egyptians Officially Worked Abroad in 2012
  8. Tunisia: Withdrawn NCA Members Support UGTT Administrative Commission Decisions - Sal
  9. Liberia: Charles Taylor's Family Look to Divine Intervention
  10. Liberia: Press Union Launches Campaign to Free Imprisoned Journalist
  11. Nigeria: Jonathan to Detractors - Allow Me to Do My Job
  12. Liberia: Two Retired From Nocal
  13. Liberia: Rwanda Is an Eye-Opener - Says Senator Taylor
  14. Somalia: Militia Rob Nation of Healthcare
  15. Kenya: More Hostages Freed at Westgate Mall - Police Chief
  16. Kenya: Forces Have 'Control of All Floors' at Westgate Mall
  17. Kenya: Explaining the Kenya Attack
  18. Kenya: Woman Named as Hague Witness Flees Home
  19. South Africa: Notorious Former Gang Leader Out on Day Parole
  20. South Africa: HIV in Children Halved - UNAIDS
  21. South Africa: How Nation's Fight Against HIV Stacks Up
  22. Zimbabwe: Will Robert Mugabe Retire From Politics in 2018?
  23. Lesotho: Vodacom Lesotho Launches M-Pesa and Reaches a Critical Mass of Users in Thre
  24. Swaziland: King's Paper Claims 97 Percent Poll Turnout
  25. Zimbabwe: 'Rusty Bolt' Tsvangirai Must Quit - Kay
  26. Angola: New Crackdown On Peaceful Dissent
  27. Ward Churchill Speaks on Native American “Buying Power” and Other National Myths
  28. The Enduring Myth of Black “Buying Power” (2013)
  29. Permanent secretaries reassigned
  30. Sanctions, untold story behind the Hwange ecological disaster
  31. Madhuku to quit NCA, form political party
  32. President to attend UN political forum launch
  33. Zec introspects, promises to rectify weaknesses
  34. chombo speaks on expelled mayors
  35. Khupe accused of tribalism
  36. We will deliver, says housing minister
  37. Speed up broadcast digitalisation, Africa urged
  38. City gets 3 boreholes
  39. Egypt: Mursi Supporters Call for Tuesday Demonstrations
  40. Tunisia: Partnership Between 'Auchan' and 'Magasin General' Looked At
  41. Africa: Fus Rabat, Setif in Farewell Wins
  42. Egypt: Army Says Will Not Run for Presidency
  43. Nigeria: Gunmen Attack Monarch, Abduct Wife
  44. Nigeria: 19 Killed in Owerri Autocrash
  45. Nigeria: Patience Jonathan Calls for Peace
  46. Nigeria: Mikel Scores First Ever Premier League Goal
  47. Nigeria: EFCC Arraigns Man for Alleged N7 Million Fraud
  48. Kenya: Security Forces Storm Nairobi Mall - Report
  49. Kenya: Nairobi Mall Death Toll Reaches 59
  50. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Seeks U.S.$21 Million to Assist Refugees in Uganda
  51. Rwanda: Polling Disrupted by Explosions
  52. Kenya: President's Relatives Among Dead in Mall Siege
  53. Angola: Journalists Released
  54. Zimbabwe: Why Zuma Gave in to Mugabe
  55. Zimbabwe: School Drop-Outs Increase as Hunger Stalks
  56. South Africa: Mandela Statue Unveiled in Washington
  57. East Africa: Region Condemns Polls
  58. Zimbabwe: Polikem - Love or Business Partnership?
  59. Zimbabwe: Who Can Fit Tsvangirai's Shoes?
  60. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Reform Agenda Hinged On Economic Stability
  61. ‘There is only one President’
  62. President hailed for pursuing pro-forest policies
  63. Farmers demand maize price review
  64. Relief for Bulawayo water woes
  65. Family, friends pay homage to Dr Mzee
  66. SK Moyo congrats
  67. Govt produces economic blueprint
  68. No joy for Gokwe evicted families
  69. Masvingo business community meets Govt
  70. Win-win contract farming scheme on the cards
  71. Egypt: Twelve Injured, 32 Arrested in Alexandria Clashes
  72. Egypt: Security Forces Teargas Mursi Supporters, Opponents in Alexandria
  73. South Africa/Egypt: Roger De SA - We Should Progress to Semis
  74. Tunisia: Krol - "A Very, Very Difficult Task"
  75. Tunisia/Cameroon: Tunisia - Cameroon Playoff On Oct. 13
  76. Nigeria: Residents Deny Abuja Clash Was With Boko Haram
  77. Nigeria: Govt Forces Label Clashes in Capital Boko Haram
  78. Nigeria: Over 100 Feared Dead in Yobe Attack
  79. Nigeria: New Boko Haram Clashes in Abuja, Borno State
  80. Nigeria: Jonathan Relieves Emordi, Olagunju of Appointments.
  81. Kenya: 26 Dead, 50 Wounded in Mall Siege - Red Cross
  82. Kenya: 'I Escaped Westgate Mall Siege by Acting Dead'
  83. Somalia: Dozens Injured in Grenade Attack
  84. Kenya: Military to Fill 2,500 Vacancies
  85. Kenya: Raila Names Shadow Cabinet
  86. Zimbabwe: Fighting Wild Animals for Food
  87. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Gets Green Light to Operate Freely in UK
  88. Zimbabwe: Govt Implores Mainstream Media to Be Patriotic
  89. Mozambique: Guebuza Sets Up Commission of Military Experts
  90. Zimbabwe: Court Acquittal a 'Bittersweet' Experience for MDC-T Activists
  91. South Africa: World Rhino Day Is Cause for Celebration, Sadness
  92. Mozambique: U.S Government Grants Mozambique 15 Million Dollars
  93. Zimbabwe: Woza Leaders Arrested for Second Time in Two Days
  94. Gunmen storm Nairobi Mall, at least 25 killed
  95. SADC elects new Executive Secretary: Tanzanian woman Dr Tax
  96. President skips first UN meeting over crisis
  97. At least three dead,many injured in Westgate Mall shootings
  98. Syria jihadist, rebel tensions explode
  99. Syria submits chemical weapons details to watchdog
  100. Former Angolan First Lady visits the AU Commission
  101. Masomere basks in the limelight
  102. Big match splits mining town
  103. Zvishavane feels the heat
  104. Somalia: Heavy Confrontations Between Alshabab and Allied Forces in the Lower Juba Re
  105. Somalia: Juba Troops Accused of Terrorizing and Oppressing Civilians in Kismayu
  106. Cheetahs stumble in SA tourney
  107. Equina the one to beat at Borrowdale
  108. ITF futures event postponed
  109. Mash West appoint handball provincial board
  110. CAPS United see shadows
  111. Egypt: Blast Hits Central Security Forces' Bus in Rafah
  112. Egypt: Islamists Rally On Friday in Support of Youths
  113. Morocco: Moroccan Terror Suspect Arrested in Ceuta
  114. Tunisia: Tunisia School Dropout Rate Rises
  115. Western Sahara: Mhamed Khaddad Receives Head of Minurso
  116. Nigeria: Scores of Dead Discovered After Borno Attacks
  117. Ghana: Ghana's Economy Still Wobbles On Huge Deficit
  118. Liberia: Imprisoned Journalist's Lawyers File New Petition With Supreme Court
  119. Liberia: EU Earmarks On Over 250 Million Euros for Liberia's Development
  120. Nigeria: FG, World Bank Intensify Fight Against Terrorism, Money Laundering
  121. Kenya: Defence Lawyers Prepare to Grill ICC Witness
  122. Rwanda: France Charges Rwandan Doctor With Planning Genocide
  123. Africa: ECA Convenes Committee On Human and Social Development Meeting On October 2 i
  124. Zimbabwe: Activists Cleared of Murder
  125. Mozambique: Opposition Readies for Guebuza Talks
  126. Angola: Police Detain Anti-Govt Protesters
  127. South Africa: Stats Reveal Bleak Crime Picture
  128. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Won't Discuss Wife's Alleged Affair
  129. South Africa: Rescue Plan for Eastern Cape Health System Unveiled
  130. Zimbabwe: Tourism to Bring in U.S.$1.5bln - Kaseke
  131. Zimbabwe: Small-Scale Gold Miners Get $20m Cash Boost
  132. They work in the dark yes, but . . .
  133. CAR needs assistance: AU
  134. Iranian leader seeks constructive engagement
  135. Syria submits chemical weapons details
  136. US grants Venezuela permission to enter airspace
  137. Great White Chief: Keeping Watch Over His Remains
  138. Editorial Comment: Western economic sanctions must go in toto
  139. Live within your means
  140. ‘No easy walk to sufficient power’ Chifamba
  141. Makore new AB Communications boss
  142. Uganda: Controversial Marriage and Divorce Bill Is Left On the Shelf
  143. Somalia: Are Remittances Doomed?
  144. Malawi: President Leaves for UN Meeting
  145. Egypt: General Killed As Police Storm Town
  146. North Africa: AQIM Releases Video of Foreign Hostages
  147. Morocco: Govt Holding Independent Editor Over Coverage of Al-Qa'ida Video
  148. Libya: Govt Must Surrender Saif Al-Islam Al-Gaddafi to International Criminal Court
  149. Egypt: Egypt Nuclear Program Hinges On Approval of Parliament
  150. Nigeria: Stolen Oil Threatens Lives, Markets
  151. Niger: Suicide Attacks, Prison Break Reveal Fragile Nation
  152. Ghana: Growing Economy Fails to Create Jobs
  153. West Africa: The Region's Extractive Industries
  154. Nigeria: Nigerian Wins World Beauty Pageant
  155. Kenya: Ruto Trial Closes to Public
  156. Sudan: Crowd Burns Govt Offices in South Darfur
  157. Kenya: Ugandan Man Denies Intimidating ICC Witnesses
  158. Kenya: Water Harvesting Helps Women Cope With Failing Rains
  159. Central Africa: Crisis Looms for Expelled MIgrants
  160. South Africa: Police Withheld Evidence of Miners' Killings - Lawyers
  161. Swaziland: Vote Unlikely to Bring Change
  162. South Africa: Marikana Lawyers Suspect Police Manufactured Evidence
  163. South Africa: Where Murder Happens in South Africa
  164. South Africa: Burglaries Rise - Crime Statistics
  165. Swaziland: Monarchy and Change in Swaziland
  166. South Africa: Lessons From the Demise of Thabo Mbeki
  167. South Africa: Unpopular Mining Bill Pushes Mining Industry Further Under the Cosh
  168. Shadow cabinet an admission of defeat
  169. President’s address @ MPs luncheon: No room for that naked corruption
  170. ‘Information sector duty-bound to uphold liberation struggle’
  171. We can raise US$2m for agric support – Green Fuel
  172. Parirenyatwa calls for urgent unfreezing of posts
  173. Komichi fresh bail bid
  174. ‘Get ready for 2018’
  175. Veld fires decline
  176. City cuts of defaulters
  177. Zanu-PF winning candidates propose meeting with MDC-T
  178. Libya: A Long Wait for Justice in Libya
  179. Tunisia: Journalists Declare Strike Over Arrested Colleagues Successful
  180. Egypt: Egypt Railway Services to Resume On Saturday
  181. Africa: Four Nations Agree to Improve Use of Key Water Resource Under UN-Backed Plan
  182. Egypt: Salafist Party to Stay in Constituent Assembly Unless "Islamic Identity" Threa
  183. Mali: After Inauguration a Chance to Change Military Paradigm
  184. Guinea: UN Body Calls for Peaceful Polls
  185. Burkina Faso: Slow but Steady Progress On Land Reform
  186. Nigeria: Ruling Party Rivals Exchange Blows in Parliament
  187. Liberia: Taylor Counts Days to Final Judgment
  188. Kenya: First Hague Witness Remembers Deadly Church Fire
  189. Kenya: Hague Judge Cracks Whip Over Witnesses
  190. Uganda: Govt Suspends Peacekeepers in Somalia
  191. Africa: Africa Must Mimic East Asia to Slow Population Growth
  192. Madagascar: AU to Deploy Its Long Term Elections Observation Mission
  193. South Africa: Strikes Hit Five-Year High
  194. South Africa: Researchers Develop Digital Laser 'World First'
  195. Zimbabwe: Europe Lifts Diamond Sanctions
  196. Ghana: South Africans Buy Share of Broadcast Group
  197. South Africa: Are Most Estimates of What Strikes Cost the Economy Accurate?
  198. Zambia: Zambia Postpones Same-Sex Conduct Trial
  199. Zambia: Elderly Man Arrested for 'Defaming' President
  200. South Africa: Vavi Plays Russian Roulette As ANC Salvage Team Takes On Cosatu Crisis
  201. Operation targets heavy vehicles
  202. Blitz shuts butcheries, takeaways
  203. ‘Komichi might have stolen ballot papers’
  204. Senior citizen slits own throat
  205. Information minister sets date with journalists
  206. President Mugabe’s address at luncheon for MPs
  207. Masimirembwa keen to give his side of the story
  208. Campfire raps wildlife poisoning
  209. Zesa on course
  210. Sanctions will not deter Zim — Khaya Moyo
  211. Egypt: The Trial of Ahmed Abu Deraa Postponed Till Wednesday for the Inspection of Do
  212. Sudan: Bashir Seeks Visa for New York
  213. Tunisia: Tunisian Media Observe General Strike
  214. Libya: 'Preconceived Notions About Political Transition Recipe for Disappointment'
  215. Morocco: HM the King Receives Phone Call From Senegalese President
  216. Egypt: Badawi - Authorities Made Progress in Promoting Stability
  217. Guinea: Agencies Back Police Reform
  218. Liberia: Sirleaf's Son Resigns
  219. Gambia: New Law Stifles Free Expression
  220. Nigeria: Killing of Vigilante Arresting Boko Haram Suspects Causes Riot
  221. Nigeria: Warning - Poor People Are Not Wanted in Lagos Mega City
  222. Africa: Kenyan Youths See Opportunity in Digital Outsourcing
  223. Kenya: Judges Seek Views On Bid to Exit Hague Court
  224. Sudan: Woman Risks Flogging Over Headscarf
  225. Ethiopia: Prison Restricts Visits to Hunger Strike Journalist
  226. Swaziland: King Chooses Bride No. 14
  227. South Africa: What Can Be Expected from Young Voters in 2014 Polls?
  228. Zimbabwe: Food Crisis - Where Do the Figures Come From, and What Do They Mean?
  229. Zambia: Can Zambia Manage More Borrowing?
  230. Africa: First Pan-African Event to Introduce ICT Entrepreneurs to Angel Investors
  231. South Africa: Blowing the Whistle Without Being Heard
  232. Mozambique: Economy Grows 6.5 Per Cent
  233. Mozambique: Distrust Surfaces At Public Meeting On LNG Plant
  234. President slams MDC-T
  235. MDC-T in no-show, handlers pitch up
  236. EU lifts sanctions on ZMDC
  237. Govt spells out need for health systems audit
  238. Easipark deal faces fresh hurdle
  239. Writers mourn novelist Chitsike
  240. Ineffective supervision
  241. Councillors’ training
  242. Council warns public
  243. Library war
  244. Morocco: Al-Qaeda Lashes Out at Govt
  245. Somalia: Donors Pledge U.S. $8.6 Million for 'New Deal'
  246. Uganda: Teachers Go on Strike
  247. Sudan: Death, Destruction From Air Raids On Dilling in Sudan
  248. 10 000 low-cost houses to be constructed
  249. Govt, civil service unions’ representatives meet tomorrow
  250. AAG hails new Cabinet