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  1. Zambia: Nurses Defiant, Strike Continues
  2. Zimbabwe: Fresh Cash Crisis for Citizens
  3. South Africa: Football Association Delighted by Fifa Ruling
  4. South Africa: One-Day Cervical Cancer Test Could Soon Be Available
  5. South Africa: What's It Like to Be Gay or Lesbian in Khayelitsha?
  6. Zimbabwe: Former British PM Denies Zimbabwe Coup Plot Claim
  7. South Africa: Malema Loses Court Bid
  8. Ringo arrives for Harare gig
  9. It’s now or never: Mutsvangwa
  10. Govt to freeze school fees increase
  11. Former Zim Farmers Union vice president dies
  12. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Please spare a thought for the environment
  13. Govt works on Reserve Bank Debt Bill
  14. Gono cancels banks MoU
  15. Dawn Properties restructures lease agreements
  16. United send Moyes into dreamland
  17. Zimbabwe’s Legal System: Hopes and aspirations?
  18. Conservative Dinesh D’Souza Thinks Trayvon Martin Is A Punchline
  19. Support Black-Owned Businesses On Black Friday
  20. Dominican Republic Cancels Meeting With Haiti; Accuses Caricom Of Interference
  21. The Colour Of Slavery In Saudi Arabia
  22. Historic Milestone As Kenya Launches Mega $13.8bn Railway Project
  23. Italian Oil Giant Eni To Invest $28bn In Africa
  24. O.J. Simpson Denied Request For New Trial
  25. Kenya: New Hague Rule Allows Accused to Be Excused
  26. Malawi: Justice for the Rich, Prison for the Poor
  27. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Thabo Mbeki deserves honour
  28. Egypt: Court Jails 21 Women for 11 Years
  29. Egypt: Female Protesters Released, Found in Desert
  30. Libya: Ansar Al-Sharia Threatens Benghazi
  31. Egypt: Two Prominent Activists Arrested in Cairo Over New Egyptian Law Protest
  32. Egypt: Interior Ministry Succeeds in First Test of Demonstration Law
  33. Nigeria: Dozens Killed in New Plateau Attack
  34. Mali: Former Coup Leader Detained
  35. Mauritania: No Focus on 'Real Change', Say Voters
  36. Africa: 'Blood Diamond' Watchdog Faces Irrelevance
  37. Liberia: New Churches Damage Fight Against HIV - Govt Official
  38. Somalia: Unknown Disease Kills 50 in Hiraan Region
  39. East Africa: Where Now for Regional Integration?
  40. Kenya: Priority Areas Chosen for Somali Refugees to Return Home
  41. Kenya: Kenyans Being Conned Through Hacked Facebook Accounts
  42. Uganda: Pros and Cons of New ARV Therapy for Pregnant Women
  43. Zimbabwe: Court Says South Africa Must Probe Alleged Zim Torture
  44. Swaziland: Divorce 'Ban' for Swazi MPs
  45. Angola: Muslim Leader Says Authorities Destroying Mosques
  46. South Africa: Clinics May Not Be Ready for Mental Health
  47. South Africa: Cricket - One Man's Gimmicks, Another Man's Reputation Management
  48. South Africa: Drought Crisis - Gov Must Urgently Intervene
  49. South Africa: Poverty and Sex Work - Treat the Cause, Not the Symptoms
  50. Govt takes over RBZ debt
  51. A new jazz diva is born
  52. Bosso’s Caf Blow
  53. New ART guidelines unveiled
  54. SOS for Chidamoyo Hospital as fire guts down medication
  55. A night of drama, surprises
  56. Sedze in court on bribery charges
  57. If the world had more Mugabes
  58. Govt to appoint acting RBZ governor
  59. ‘No justification for baby dumping’
  60. Switzerland Return Stolen Nigerian Money
  61. British Invasion Plot Against Zimbabwe Exposed
  62. Africa Must Unshackle Itself From The ICC
  63. Dominican Republic About To Pay The Price For Anti-Haitian Violence?
  64. The Mis-Education Of Black People
  65. How Wall Street Turned America Into Incarceration Nation
  66. Democracy Going Down For The Count In Detroit
  67. Ethiopia: Ministry Working With Private Sector to Rehabilitate Repatriates
  68. Egypt: New Law Restricts Protest
  69. Egypt: Brotherhood Party Denounces Arrest of Judge El-Khodiery
  70. Egypt: New Assembly Law Will Enable Further Crackdown, Stifle Electoral Campaigning
  71. Egypt: New Protest Law Gives Security Forces Free Rein, Says Group
  72. Western Sahara: Religions' Dialogue for Peace Stresses Need to Protect Saharawi Human
  73. Mali: Nation Awaits Poll Results
  74. Liberia: Family Planning Reduces Maternal Deaths
  75. Liberia: What Did Liberian Prez Tell Corkrum? Indicted RIA Pair Vow to Release More T
  76. Nigeria: Crack in ASUU's Ranks As Ebonyi, Ondo Varsities Resume
  77. Liberia: Liberia Robbed - Miners Claim, of Millions in Illicit Gold, Diamond Trade
  78. Africa: International Criminal Court Faces Its 'Biggest Stress Test'
  79. Sudan: Preserving Peace in the East
  80. Rwanda: Almost 20 Years On - International Justice Still Fails Rwandans
  81. Somalia: Mapping Mogadishu's Revival
  82. Congo-Kinshasa: Senior UN Envoy Begins Visit to Bolster Regional Peace Efforts
  83. Zimbabwe: Court Acquits Human Rights Lawyer
  84. Angola: Is Islam Banned in Angola?
  85. South Africa: Civil Society Warns of 'Growing Assault On Democracy'
  86. Africa: New Video Solution for Low-Bandwidth Africa
  87. South Africa: Will Social Media Influence Election Campaigning?
  88. South Africa: Govt Resists Joining Transparency Scheme
  89. South Africa: SA Sends First Batch of Maize to Lesotho
  90. Zambia: Striking Health Workers Defy Minister
  91. We’re ready to roll – Zanu-PF election candidates
  92. Tuku returns for ‘Thank You Zim’ gig
  93. Reform or Simply Die . . . the reality that confronts bridesmaids Bosso
  94. UK invasion plot exposed
  95. Angola denies banning Islam
  96. Mhere’s long walk to stardom
  97. Needed: Leaders who cry for me
  98. Zim medical tariffs highest in region
  99. Alexio to celebrate birthday in style
  100. High Court judge tackles GBV
  101. Is Islam Banned In Angola?
  102. Booming Entrepreneurship Among Black Women
  103. Who Will Defend Black Women
  104. Taking Back Africa’s Mines And Natural Resources
  105. JFK And Obama: From Twin Towers To Twin Camelots
  106. Massive Platinum Mine Strike In South Africa Continues
  107. Detroit Cops Force Black Men To Sing And Dance
  108. Central Africa: Security Council Condemns 'War Crimes' Committed By Lord's Resistance
  109. South Sudan: UN Extends Term of Abyei Peacekeepers
  110. South Africa: Idols News: Brenden's Idols Journey
  111. Western Sahara: Oil Drilling Plan Stirs Hornets' Nest
  112. Libya: More Die in Fresh Clashes in Benghazi
  113. Tunisia: Preserving a Kosher Taste of Tunisia's Past
  114. Libya: Did Nato Intervene Just to Get Rid of Gaddafi?
  115. Egypt: Egypt Expels Turkish Ambassador
  116. Cote d'Ivoire: Land Disputes Gnaw At Forests
  117. Liberia: Opposition Launches Membership Drive
  118. Guinea Bissau: Nation Needs International Engagement
  119. Mali: Family Reflects On Frenchman Serge Lazarevic Kidnapped Two Years Ago in Mali
  120. Liberia: Rodney Sieh Blogs About Prison Experience
  121. Uganda: Protests Erupt After Mayor Impeached
  122. Sudan: Rwandan Peacekeeper Killed in Darfur
  123. Kenya: AU, Kenya Hopeful for Hague Court Changes
  124. Uganda: Google Invests Millions in Metronet to 'Open Up Market'
  125. South Sudan: UN, African Union Officials Condemn Latest Attack On Darfur Peacekeepers
  126. South Africa: Govt Grants Protect Teenage Girls From 'Sugar Daddies'
  127. Zimbabwe: Dynamos Must Now Focus On African Safari
  128. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Goes After the Little Guys in Latest Indigenisation Drive
  129. South Africa: Mental Illness - and the High Cost of Macho Culture in Sport
  130. South Africa: Information - the First Step Towards Active Citizenry
  131. South Africa: Maritime Security - Pirates Still Holding African High Seas Ransom
  132. South Africa: After Long Walk to Freedom, Still Waiting for a Great Mandela Movie
  133. South Africa: Jo'burg Ballet - a Gorgeous 'The Nutcracker' - an Antidote to E-Tolls a
  134. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Dynamos must now focus on African safari
  135. Immortality Sealed
  136. Tough rules for bus operators on cards
  137. ‘Indigenisation Act necessary for reluctant companies’
  138. Mutasa speaks out: No gag order on Prof Moyo
  139. Parliament must introduce anti-sanctions Bill
  140. Howie wins harare Open
  141. EcoCash to offer loans
  142. Zanu-PF, MPs clash over party vehicles
  143. DJ Munya denied bail
  144. The Scandal Of Nigerian Oil Block OPL 245
  145. Saudi Govt. Beats, Torture Africans As It Cracks Down On Immigrants
  146. 9 Killed As The Libyan Army Battle Islamist Militias In Benghazi
  147. 14 Of The 15 Most ‘Optimistic’ Countries Are In Africa. Why?
  148. Brooklyn The New Center Of Black Political Power In New York City
  149. Anti-Black Violence And Mob Justice Against Haitians In The Dominican Republic
  150. Will George Zimmerman Be Stripped of His Honorary Whiteness by Conservatives?
  151. Nigeria: Amaechi to Okonjo-Iweala - You Lied On Missing U.S. $5 Billion Crude Oil Mon
  152. Uganda: Ex-LRA Captives Take Heart - Wrenching Ordeals to Kadaga
  153. Uganda: Wolokoso - Knowledgeable Mbabazi
  154. Uganda: World Bank, Unicef Partner
  155. Uganda: Untold Story of Mayiga Visit to Parliament
  156. Western Sahara: Obama Backs 'Mutually Acceptable' Deal on W. Sahara
  157. Egypt: Saudis Train With Army
  158. Egypt: President Signs Protest Law
  159. Sudan: Egyptian Army Denies Reports of Incursion By Sudanese Troops Inside Borders
  160. Egypt: Security Forces Close Squares Ahead of Brotherhood Protests
  161. Nigeria: Military Cracks Down on Illegal Oil
  162. Mali: Voting Begins Amid Security Fears
  163. Ghana: Ninety Nine Per Cent of Students Placed in SHS
  164. Liberia: GM Machines Designed to Aid Development
  165. Sudan: Blue Nile Refugees Flee to South Sudan
  166. Uganda: Sejusa Dismissal Illegal - Lawyers
  167. Uganda: Private Firms Make Sh450 Billion From Oil
  168. Uganda: Lukwago Dodged Exams to Catch Grasshoppers
  169. Uganda: UPDF Generals Face New Probe Over Somalia
  170. Angola: Demonstrators Shot By Police in Luanda
  171. Angola: Presidential Security Fatally Shoots an Activist
  172. Malawi: Karonga Diocese Embarks On a Girls Boarding School Construction Project
  173. Malawi: Sphiwe Mahangula - a Female Brick Layer With Clout
  174. Zimbabwe: MDC Insists It Remains United, Strong
  175. Zimbabwe: Renamo Theatrics Leave Chipinge Anxious
  176. Zimbabwe: Marange Diamond Revenues Falling, Minister
  177. South Africa: Govt Seeks Canadian Investment in Mining
  178. It’s DeMbare delight
  179. Pasuwa, DeMbare make history
  180. Take it easy, VP Mujuru advises Mutasa
  181. Create frameworks for Sovereign Wealth Fund: WB
  182. Sony’s Hirai identifies more savings
  183. Jamaican poet to grace ‘16 Days’ campaign
  184. Harare to host writers’ workshop
  185. VW to invest US$114bn on expansion
  186. Bosso in agonising second place again
  187. Pacman outpoints Rios
  188. Stupid Arab Kills Two While Dancing “Gangnam Style” With Loaded AK-47
  189. Duke Lacrosse Accuser Found Guilty Of Murder
  190. Africa On The Verge Of An Internet Boom
  191. African State Of Angola Bans Islam All Mosques To Be Destroyed
  192. Egyptian Army Denies Reports Of Incursion By Sudanese Troops Inside Disputed Territor
  193. Egypt: Child Shot Dead in Suez Clashes
  194. Egypt: Russia Lifts Travel Warning On Egypt
  195. Western Sahara: Polisario Front Notes 'Special' Status in U.S-Morocco Talks
  196. Libya: Militias Leave Tripoli
  197. Tunisia: Tunisians Adjust to Terror At Home
  198. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 12, Set Houses Ablaze
  199. Nigeria: Jonathan Fit to Return Home
  200. Mauritania: Parties Boycott General Election
  201. Liberia: President on Official Visit to Dubai
  202. Gambia: Man Arrested for 'Insulting' Jammeh
  203. Kenya: Tullow Discovers More Oil in Turkana
  204. Sudan: Darfur Clash Kills Five
  205. Sudan: Govt Refutes Rebel Attack Claims on Army
  206. Uganda: General Declares War On Museveni
  207. East Africa: EAC Asked to Spend More On Security
  208. Zimbabwe: Foreign Shop Owners Face Arrests
  209. Malawi: Govt Cuts Travel to Cut Costs
  210. South Africa: Bandile Mdlalose - a Young Woman At the Coalface of the Struggle for a
  211. Swaziland: Students Want Court to Void Exams
  212. Swaziland: 'We Are Not Victims' - Swazi Gays
  213. Zambia: Mohan to Hang
  214. Botswana: Morupule B Experiences Challenges
  215. South Africa: Government Clarifies JCPS Ministers' Comments On Nkandla
  216. Bling, glory at Tynwald Sports Awards
  217. Prom Night 2013
  218. Intwasa, plan to teach children through theatre
  219. Pneumonia claiming children’s lives
  220. Zimsec probes exam leak
  221. A big splash for Borrowdale Brooke Academy
  222. Celebrate Christmas with style
  223. Student fined US$200 for fatal crash
  224. ‘Christmas Candle’: A timeless holiday movie
  225. Be a knowledge mastermind
  226. False Hope Or Is Joseph Kony Nightmare Finally Drawing To An End?
  227. ‘Secret Talks’ On Nile Waters Spark Debate
  228. Saudi Arabia To Expel 32,000 Ethiopians By November End
  229. Afro-Brazilians Celebrate Day of Black Consciousness Even Without Official Recognitio
  230. “She Killed Herself”: Renisha McBride and the Racial Politics of Blaming the Victim
  231. Zimbabwe Issues Ultimatum to Foreign Businesses
  232. Tullow Announces Fifth Consecutive Oil Discovery In Kenya
  233. Kenya: Israel Seeks Clarification Over Palestine Embassy
  234. Kenya: Palestinian Embassy Decision Too Hasty
  235. Egypt: Clashes in Egypt - 2 Killed
  236. Western Sahara: Study Reveals Economic Impact of Uneducated Children
  237. Egypt: Mufti Condemns Terrorist Attack in North Sinai
  238. Egypt: Govt Astonished to See No Hamas Condemnation of Sinai Attack
  239. Egypt: Defense Minister Meets British National Security Adviser
  240. Africa: Talks Fail to Redefine 'Blood Diamonds'
  241. Mali: Voters Go to Polls Amid Insecurity
  242. Guinea: Police Shoot Outside Radio Station
  243. Mali: Security in Mali Fragile As Voters Elect a New National Assembly
  244. Liberia: Ellen Corkrum Turns the Clock
  245. Sudan: Satellites Confirm Bombings, Says Clooney
  246. Central Africa: Uganda Welcomes Kony Surrender but Will Not Protect Him From the ICC
  247. Kenya: Kenyan Attorney General Lashes Out At ICC
  248. Kenya: Uhuru, Ruto Cautioned On ICC Cases
  249. Uganda: Journalist Allegedly Attacked While Trying to Interview Student
  250. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Succession - Things Fall Apart?