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  1. Mauritania: Mauritanians Condemn Call to Kill Author
  2. Kenya: Bensouda Contests Ruto's Remote Attendance Request
  3. Zimbabwe: Sovereign Wealth Fund Bill Gazetted
  4. Libya: Minister Shot Dead in Sirte
  5. Egypt: Army Chief 'May Run for President'
  6. Morocco: Deterioration of Health of Sahrawi Political Prisoners On Hunger Strike
  7. Tunisia: New Tunisia Finance Law Angers Citizens
  8. Libya: Al-Qaeda Seeks Libya Foothold
  9. Central African Republic: Ex-President Goes into Exile
  10. Nigeria: Pirates Attack Passenger Boat
  11. Nigeria/Mali: Mali Stuns Nigeria in Soccer Opener
  12. Nigeria: Obasanjo Writes Another Letter, Withdraws From PDP
  13. Nigeria: Urban Slums in Lagos 'Mega City'
  14. Kenya: Militant Gunmen Likely Died in Westgate Attack
  15. South Sudan: Rebels Call Bentiu Defeat a 'Tactical Withdrawal', Uganda's Involvement
  16. Tanzania: Poor Sanitation Claims 1,500 Lives of Women and Girls
  17. Somalia: Somali Minister of Interior Condemns Al Shabaab's Internet Ban
  18. Zambia: Saving Mothers Partnership Yields 'Inspiring' Results
  19. Zimbabwe: D-Day for Govt Pay Talks
  20. Botswana: Gaborone Among Most Liveable Cities
  21. Zimbabwe: IMF Management Approves a Six-Month Extension of the Staff-Monitored Progra
  22. Mozambique: Japan Pledges Billions
  23. Zimbabwe: Councils Loot Zinara Funds
  24. Zimbabwe: Zim Delegation Off to China
  25. Warriors hold Morocco
  26. Pandemonium at dancehall show
  27. SA rubbishes witchcraft claims
  28. Flight frequency up in Q3 2013
  29. Jah Prayzah fires Generator
  30. Egypt prepares post-Morsi roadmap
  31. Industry needs US$8bn: CZI
  32. Sharon death sparks mixed reactions
  33. Brazil website puts up ‘blacks for sale’ ad
  34. TSL to acquire Premier Forklifts
  35. South Africa/Mozambique: Bafana Make Good Start to CHAN
  36. Tunisia: Acting Prime Minister Sworn in
  37. Egypt: Four Killed, 15 Injured in Friday Confrontations
  38. Zimbabwe/Morocco: Warriors Challenged to Deliver
  39. Zimbabwe/Morocco: Warriors Face Morocco in CHAN Opener
  40. Liberia: Supreme Court Suspends Justice Minister
  41. Nigeria: APC Warns Jonathan Over Sanusi Dismissal
  42. South Sudan: Govt Defies Global Pressure to Free Political Prisoners
  43. Somalia: Al Shabaab Fighters Killed in Air Strike
  44. Somalia: Govt Soldiers Killed
  45. Kenya: Many Children Miss Out On Life-Saving Drugs
  46. Somalia: Cabinet Line-Up Deadline Extended for PM
  47. South Africa/Mozambique: Jubilant Mood As Fans Arrive for CHAN Opening Game
  48. Zimbabwe: Welfare Reports - When Power Bridles the Poor
  49. Mozambique: Businessman Kidnapped in Central Maputo
  50. Zimbabwe: Government Lacks Fiscal Credibility
  51. Zimbabwe: Govt to Take New Constitution to the People
  52. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Back From Singapore Break
  53. Zimbabwe: New RBZ Chief Preps Monetary Statement
  54. Zimbabwe: Skint Govt Mulls Non-Monetary Civil Service Deal
  55. Egypt: Pro-Mursi Alliance Calls for Week-Long Protests
  56. Tunisia: Marzouki Hands to Ghannouchi Letter Entitling Him to Appoint Next PM
  57. Egypt: Poll - 57 Percent of Egyptians Prefer Women to Wear Hijab
  58. Egypt: Egypt's PM Offended By Leaked Phone Calls
  59. Zimbabwe/Morocco: Warriors, Atlas Lions Face Off On Sunday
  60. Mali: Reform or Relapse
  61. Nigeria: Technical Schools Continue Strike
  62. Cote d'Ivoire: Rights Group Urges Govt to Support Special Investigative Unit
  63. Liberia: Expelled Officials of Former Ruling Party Remain Defiant
  64. Nigeria: Cholera Outbreak Kills 71
  65. South Sudan: Juba Claims Recapture of Town
  66. Sudan: Al Bashir Closes Door to Dialogue
  67. Kenya: Kenya Airstrike Claims Militants
  68. South Sudan: Nation 'In Danger of Shattering' Says U.S.
  69. Uganda: Opposition Leaders Face Violence Charges
  70. Zimbabwe: Battle to Succeed Mugabe Steps Up
  71. Zimbabwe: V-P's Allies Face Uphill Battle in Succession Race
  72. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Seeks 'Unity' V-P
  73. Mozambique: Maputo Gas Pipeline 60 Per Cent Complete
  74. Mozambique: Storms Kill Four in Zambezia
  75. Mozambique: Renamo Gunmen Present in Nhamatanda
  76. South Africa: Witchcraft Reports Are Ridiculous
  77. South Africa: Constitution Is a Transformative Document
  78. Two armed robbers shot dead in Gweru
  79. Row over girlfriend ends in fatal shooting
  80. President arrives back home from Singapore
  81. MP Kanhanga takes care of Guruve North’s sanitation, water needs
  82. Missing tourist’s family, chief dismiss talk of ‘search fee’
  83. Zim delegation off to China
  84. Sovereign Wealth Fund Bill gazetted
  85. Apostolic, pentecostal churches clash
  86. Councils loot Zinara funds
  87. D-Day for Govt pay talks
  88. Immigration Debate Ignores Highly Skilled Black Workers
  89. African Asylum Seekers Teach Israeli Society Lesson In Civics
  90. My Neanderthal Roots: The Day I Discovered My DNA – A White Woman’s Story
  91. Julius Malema To Donate House To Jacob Zuma’s Impoverished Neighbour
  92. Ethiopia Rejects Egypt Proposal On Nile As Dam Talks Falter
  93. Conservatives Embrace Selective Stupidity
  94. Black Leaders – Past And Present – On Black Economic Empowerment
  95. Libya: Libya Chaos Worsens
  96. Tunisia: Interim PM Resigns
  97. Tunisia: Death Penalty Remains in Draft Constitution
  98. Tunisia: Trouble in Tataouine
  99. Tunisia: Sidi Bouzid - Meknassi Police Station Set Ablaze
  100. Tunisia: NCA Parliamentary Blocs Presidents Agree On Election of Shafik Sarssar to He
  101. Cote d'Ivoire: Yaya Toure Rules Africa Again
  102. Mali: Women Key to Unlocking Potential, Says IMF Chief
  103. Nigeria: Minister Contests 'Doctored' Video
  104. Liberia: Partisans of Former Ruling Party Besiege Headquarters
  105. Nigeria: Lagos Tanker Fire Kills 15
  106. South Sudan: Civilians Flee Town as Battle Looms
  107. South Sudan: Susan Rice Stresses U.S. Backing for IGAD Mediators
  108. South Sudan: UN Allocates $15 Million for Emergency Aid for Those Displaced By Fighti
  109. Somalia: President and PM Disagree On New Cabinet List.
  110. Somalia: Somalia's P.M to Announce a New Cabinet in Coming Few Hours
  111. Zimbabwe: Ailing Economy Fuels Child Labour
  112. Mozambique: Rebels and Army in Battles in South
  113. South Africa: Deception and Double Standards At Mandela Funeral
  114. Mozambique: 14 Dead in Storms in Nampula
  115. Swaziland: Flights of Fancy At King's Airport
  116. South Africa: South Africa Monitors Impact of Toxic Spill
  117. Angola: Representative of Kenyon Jets in Luanda
  118. Angola: 18th African Power Utilities Congress to Be Launched On Friday in Luanda
  119. Mystery shrouds Binga killings
  120. New judgment date for Gumbura
  121. Farewell to Zimbabwe’s gallant son
  122. Pokello causes stir at court
  123. Trade deficit soars
  124. Masvingo wants Tongaat to surrender 10 000ha
  125. ANC will rule forever: Zuma
  126. Government engages mining firms
  127. New PM focuses Somalia security
  128. S Sudan govt closes in on rebels
  129. African Media Giants
  130. 5 Things Black Women Must Do In 2014 To Live Happier, Healthier Lives
  131. Violence As Jury Rules Mark Duggan Was Lawfully Executed By British Police
  132. The Unequal Battle Over West Africa’s Rich Fishing Grounds
  133. Peru’s Blackface ‘Negro Mama’ Continues To Offend
  134. Mass Protests By Africans In Israel Continues
  135. An Integrated Response To Justice And Reconciliation In South Sudan
  136. Egypt: Egyptians Abroad Start Voting On Referendum
  137. East Africa: Egypt, Ethiopia Lock Horns Over Mega Dam
  138. North Africa: A Terrible Deficit of Good Leadership
  139. Egypt: Weather Delays Mursi Trial
  140. Tunisia: New Constitution Enshrines Gender Equality
  141. Mali: IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde Starts Visit to Mali
  142. Gambia: Govt. Terminates Petroleum Exploration Licences
  143. Nigeria: Hundreds Evacuated From Troubled CAR
  144. Ghana: President Marks First Year By Meeting Media
  145. South Sudan: Refugee Exodus Grows As Fighting Continues
  146. East Africa: Conflict Minerals Ban Gets Stronger
  147. South Sudan: South Sudan Government Ready to Sign Cease-Fire 'Soon'
  148. Somalia: Former Somali PM Elected President of Puntland
  149. Zimbabwe: President's Choice Likely Decisive in Ruling Party Succession
  150. Mozambique: Health Workers Flee in Fear of Rebels
  151. Mozambique: Deaths Reported in Fighting in Homoine
  152. South Africa: 2013 Matric Results - a Round of Applause Certainly, but the System's S
  153. Mozambique: Canoeing - We're (Unquestionably) the African Champions!
  154. South Africa: Man Dies After Allegedly Being Turned Away By Hospital
  155. Zambia: Priest Calls Sata a 'Crooked Sweet Potato'
  156. Editorial Comment: Beneficiation: It’s not business as usual
  157. Warriors charm Benjani
  158. City police bust Bronco syndicate
  159. Zim, China in talks to cement agric ties
  160. Sino Zim to raise cotton seed output
  161. Keegan Cooke sets new record
  162. Funding stalls power project
  163. Nyarota’s lawsuit was exorbitant: AMH
  164. Inspection in-loco at Gumbura’s home
  165. Moyes’ woes mount
  166. Move Over Norton Kenyan Innovators Develop New Anti-Virus
  167. South Africa Richest In Africa, But Gap Narrowing
  168. Egypt, Ethiopia Lock Horns Over Renaissance Dam
  169. Africa In 2064 – An Afrocentric Future
  170. Africans Demand Freedom In Israel, Which Vows To Jail Them All
  171. Africans: Our Time Will Come If…
  172. How Eusebio’s Soccer Exploits Challenged European And African Identities
  173. Zimbabwe: 700 Tonnes of Maize Arrive From SA
  174. Egypt: Regime Accused of Crimes Against Humanity
  175. Egypt: Analysts Debate Success of Military Intervention
  176. Egypt: Egyptian Embassy Follows Up Egyptian Boat Captain's Death in Tunisia
  177. Western Sahara: Western Sahara Resource Deals Stoke Territorial Tensions
  178. Tunisia: Isie II - Quartet Meets With Party Leaders
  179. Ghana: Investment Bank Sale Prompts Corruption Allegations
  180. Nigeria: Is Jonathan Taking an Authoritarian Turn?
  181. Nigeria: 40 Killed in Separate Attacks in Plateau, Kaduna
  182. Nigeria: Costing the 2015 Elections
  183. Africa: Japanese PM to Visit Ethiopia, Mozambique & Cote d'Ivoire
  184. Southern Africa: Free Trade Planned From Cape To Cairo
  185. South Sudan: Parties Finally Start Peace Talks
  186. Kenya: IMF to Study Form of Aid to Kenya
  187. South Sudan: Amid Fresh Clashes, Supplies Run Low in Bor
  188. Southern Africa: Will the Zambia-Tanzania Railway Survive?
  189. South Africa: School-leaving Statistics Are Unreliable Indicators
  190. Mozambique: Rebels Move Into Southern Province
  191. Malawi: Call to Action to Save Timber
  192. Southern Africa: 'President Al-Bashir More Concerned That Oil Flows in South Sudan'
  193. Warriors beat Gabon
  194. Platinum miners wary of levy
  195. Masimba De(Ma)Mbare . . . what is all this fuss about?
  196. ZPI to develop US$13m office park
  197. Bambo hopes for Hippo
  198. ‘New blending law shuts out competition’
  199. ‘Dynamos my childhood dream team’
  200. Walcott out of World Cup
  201. Blow to artistes
  202. Zimpost money transfer yields US$300 000
  203. Israel’s Deplorable Record On African Refugees
  204. Africa Will Remain An Important Pillar Of China’s Diplomacy
  205. Africa Must Learn From Its Past
  206. Racism May Accelerate Aging In Black Men
  207. Africa-Wide Free Trade Area Becoming A Reality
  208. Black Women Hit Hard By Unemployment Cuts
  209. Is President Obama Taking Away Our Freedoms?
  210. Zimbabwe: Teachers Threaten Strike Over Pay Dispute
  211. Egypt: Students Clash Over Mursi Ouster
  212. Tunisia: MPs Debate New Constitution
  213. Tunisia: Nation's Revolution Three Years On
  214. Egypt: Islamists Call for Protests Before Mursi's Trial
  215. Tunisia: Accusations of Apostasy and Incitement to Violence Now Banned By Constitutio
  216. Nigeria: New Water Protection Initiative Forces Nigerians to Use Toilets
  217. Nigeria: Premium Times Survives Major Cyber Attack Attack
  218. Cameroon: Equatorial Guinea Expels Illegal Cameroonians
  219. Cameroon: Govt Cracks Down On Illegal Hospitals
  220. Africa: Top U.S. Official on Telecoms Trip
  221. South Sudan: UN Should Rule Juba, Says Ex-U.S. Official
  222. Kenya: IMF Chief Urges Regional Integration, New Infrastructure
  223. Kenya: Insecurity in the North - Is Govt Losing Its Grip?
  224. Somalia: Soldier Executed for Killing Student
  225. South Sudan: Top Army Officer Killed By Rebels
  226. South Africa: Govt Proclaims Highest School-leaving Pass Rate
  227. Mozambique: Footballing Legend Eusebio Dies
  228. Zimbabwe: Govt Denies Mugabe Illness
  229. Mozambique: Renamo Reactivates Inhambane Military Base
  230. South Africa: Matric Results Out Today
  231. Africa: New APP to Control TVs, Fridges
  232. South Africa: South Africa's Great 2014 Divide
  233. Health budget falls short of Abuja target
  234. Civil service unions slam Majongwe’s strike call
  235. Tourist disappears on Mount Nyangani
  236. Govt to reinstate postal vote
  237. Illegal migrants worry Zim
  238. US$30m gold mine gets nod
  239. Murder cases reign new Legal year
  240. Masimba DeMbare
  241. Reckitt closes Zim factory
  242. SA woman convicted for drug trafficking
  243. 7 Secret Caribbean Islands
  244. How Laetitia Mukungu Started Her Own Farming Business At Age 14
  245. Kenya Bans Import Of Locally Available Goods
  246. Israel’s Other War: The One Against Africans
  247. Fox Airs Misleading Report On ‘Knockout Game’ Hate Crime Against Elderly Black Man
  248. Why Colorado’s Weed Laws May Backfire For Black Americans
  249. Sad: Black Americans The Number One Users Of Social Media
  250. Angola: Injury Forces Osvaldo Mulenessa Out of Algeria African Cup