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  1. South Africa: In the Name of the Father - Jacob's Law On Politics and Religion
  2. Canadian firm courts Brainworks
  3. Sanganai expected to rake in US$300m
  4. Zim needs more affordable ICTs, says Shamu
  5. Ginners target 250 000 tonnes
  6. ZNCC blasts cheap imports
  7. Seed Co eyes US$40m in equity deal
  8. EcoCash launches new banking product
  9. Firm unveils novel housing loan scheme
  10. Property sector poised for boom
  11. Zimglass resumes production
  12. Africa: Scientists Prove Comet Struck Earth
  13. Tunisia: Divided and Dissatisfied with Ennahda
  14. Tunisia: Ensure Justice for Tunisian Torture Victim Exhumed After 22-Year Campaign
  15. Tunisia: Security Issues Discussed As Interim PM Meets His Libyan Counterpart
  16. Tunisia: Marzouki Confers With 'Alliance for Success of Democratic Process' Delegatio
  17. Guinea: Tension Rises Over Lack of Election Results
  18. Gambia: Activists Constrained as Gambians LIve in Fear
  19. Sierra Leone: Govt Steps Up Security
  20. Nigeria: Why Jonathan Changed His Mind
  21. Liberia: Corruption in the Street Markets of Monrovia
  22. Somalia: Minister Vows to Liberate Militia Stronghold
  23. Kenya: Somali Militia Operate in North
  24. Somalia: UN Urges More Military to Push Out Al Shabaab
  25. South Sudan: U.S. Backs AU On Abyei, Seeks Solution for Both Sides
  26. Southern Africa: SADC to Establish Centre for Renewable Energy
  27. Zimbabwe: Illegal Land Sales Driving Rural Vulnerability
  28. South Africa: A Dysfunctional Saps Intelligence Division Has Severe Implications for
  29. South Africa: New Kind of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Needed
  30. South Africa: Numsa - Is Irvin Jim Using BMW to Make a Hard Left Entry Into National
  31. South Africa: Spin City - DA v ANC
  32. South Africa: New Antenna for SA Space Ops Centre
  33. Libya summons US envoy to explain Tripoli raid
  34. Boat tragedy: EU demands extra Mediterranean patrols
  35. Putin demands apology over diplomat’s detention
  36. Islamic extremists step up attacks in northern Mali
  37. North Korea puts army on high alert, warns US of ‘terrible disaster’
  38. At least 30 killed, dozens injured in CAR clashes
  39. Tanzania, Kenya conduct joint wildlife census
  40. Clashes break out in Brazil
  41. Egypt revokes Brotherhood NGO permit
  42. IMF cuts world growth outlook
  43. Egypt: Car Bomb Explodes at Sinai Security HQ
  44. Tunisia: Ruling Party Agrees to Transitional Govt
  45. Libya: Gaddafi's Poisonous Legacy
  46. Africa: Failed Raid Follows Disagreements in U.S. Govt - Report
  47. Tunisia: Authorities Still Target the Rappers
  48. Mali: Militants Shell Northern Town
  49. Liberia: Anti-Graft Agency Names Officials With 'Unexplained Wealth'
  50. Africa: Telecoms Firms Set to Run Fibre-to-Home Links
  51. Nigeria: 18 Confirmed Dead in Niger Boat Accident
  52. Nigeria: Islamists Attack Education in Northern Nigeria - Amnesty International
  53. Africa: Kofi Annan Defends Hague Court
  54. Kenya: Govt Must Send Journalist to Hague, Say Lawyers
  55. Africa: African Bloc 'Unlikely' to Leave ICC
  56. Zimbabwe: No Proof Elections Were Rigged - Report
  57. Mozambique: The Inheritance and the Sins of Guebuza
  58. South Africa: How Could Crime Stats Be Better Used in the Public's Interest?
  59. Mozambique: Revolution in Pre-Trial Detention Laws in Mozambique
  60. South Africa: A Minimum Wage Can Advance Social Inclusion
  61. South Africa: South Africa Reiterates Solidarity With Saharawi People
  62. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe - What If There Had Been No Rigging?
  63. Editorial Comment: Industry, heed Govt’s call on safety standards
  64. Court grants ‘witches’ bail
  65. Zimra probes corrupt officers
  66. Blitz shuts illegal butcheries, restaurants
  67. Zanu-PF to choose new provincial executive committees next month
  68. President deals UK biggest defeat in 60yrs
  69. Emotional send-off for Alex Park pupils
  70. ‘Commercial white farmers insincere’
  71. GMB gets cash to settle debts
  72. No to false details
  73. Uganda: UPDF Launches Fresh Bid to Capture Kony
  74. Egypt: Scores Killed, Wounded in Clashes
  75. Africa: U.S Special Forces Raid Islamist Militants in Libya, Somalia
  76. Algeria: Govt Moves to Block Peaceful Demonstrations
  77. Egypt: Four Assailants Killed in Ismailiya Attack, Six Arrested
  78. Egypt: Gunfire Exchange in Downtown Cairo - Eyewitness
  79. Nigeria: 18 Feared Dead in Fresh Niger Boat Mishap
  80. Nigeria: Two Dead, 8 Injured in Delta Pipeline Explosion
  81. Nigeria: Plane Crash - I Lost a Political Successor - Falae
  82. Nigeria: Jonathan's Campaigners in Kaduna Escape Lynching
  83. Kenya: Ghanaian Arrested At JKIA for Trafficking Cocaine
  84. Kenya: Kenyan Church Torched After Imam Killing
  85. Madagascar: Security Heightened After Lynch Mob Killings
  86. Somalia: Al Shabaab Says It 'Repulsed' Attack by 'White Soldiers'
  87. Kenya: EU Decries Rise in Extra-Judicial Killings in Kenya
  88. Zimbabwe: Teachers Victimised for Supporting Opposition
  89. Zimbabwe: Time to Deal With Ecological Disaster
  90. Zimbabwe: Police Officers in Court Over Bribes
  91. Zimbabwe: Proposed Urban Tollgates Face Stiff Resistance
  92. Zimbabwe: Vice-President Mujuru Under Threat
  93. Zimbabwe: Chinamasa to Stick to IMF Programme
  94. South Africa: New Zealand Beat Boks, Win Rugby Championship
  95. Zimbabwe: Elephant Deaths Cyanide Dealer in Court
  96. I want my pangolin back, man tells cops
  97. Hurungwe man kills one, injures three with hoe
  98. Police warn travellers against private cars
  99. Robbers nabbed
  100. South African fined for smuggling firearm
  101. 12 years for raping sister-in-law
  102. Nhema: We’ll follow indigenisation to the letter
  103. Chitungwiza councillors hold workshop
  104. New Zim Steel opening to take time, says Bimha
  105. Tsvangirai turns to TB Joshua
  106. Libya: Pentagon Announces Capture of Abu Anas al Libi
  107. Libya: Security Council Condemns Attacks on Russian Embassy
  108. South Africa/Tunisia: Pirates' Players Call for a Final Push
  109. Egypt: Govt Must Not Return Refugees to Syria
  110. Egypt: Ban Appeals for Peace, Non-Violence Ahead of Planned Mass Demonstrations
  111. Nigeria: Another Herdsmen Attack Kills Three
  112. Nigeria: Several Injured at Pro-Jonathan Rally
  113. Nigeria: Amnesty Says 'Education Under Attack' in the North
  114. Nigeria: 20 Injured As Rival Youths Clash in Edo
  115. Nigeria: Plane Crash - Agagu's Burial Turns Family Affairs
  116. Kenya: Four Killed in Riots Over Slain Cleric
  117. Somalia: 'Foreign Forces' Attack Key Terrorist Base
  118. Somalia: Pentagon Confirms Attack on al Shabaab
  119. South Sudan: Schools Shut After Deadly Floods
  120. Sudan: Fire Guts Refugee Camp Leaving Ten Injured
  121. Angola: Ambassador Garcia Bires Accredited in North Korea
  122. Zimbabwe: 'Baba Jukwa' Shamed As People Congratulate, Not Scorn President
  123. Zimbabwe: Farmers Hail U.S $1 Billion Facility
  124. Zimbabwe: Govt to Assist 1 500 Families Facing Eviction
  125. Zimbabwe: Whopping U.S $370 000 Wedding
  126. Angola: Angola Considered Country of Future in Dublin
  127. Zimbabwe: RBZ Seeks Immunity to Avoid Repaying Millions in Looted Forex
  128. Goodbye voxunion.com, hello imixwhatilike.org
  129. Govt to assist 1 500 families facing eviction
  130. Libya: Tripoli Mob Attacks Russian Embassy
  131. North Africa: New Calls for Smuggling Crackdown
  132. Egypt: Army Blocks Tahrir Entrances Ahead of Protests
  133. North Africa: Belmokhtar Defection Weakens Al-Qaeda
  134. Tunisia: Tunisia Cracks Down On Terrorists
  135. Nigeria: Lagos Plane Crash - Conflicting Death Tolls Cause Confusion
  136. Guinea: Opposition Withdraws From Vote Count
  137. Sierra Leone: Women Take to Stone Breaking As Means of Survival
  138. Mali: Slow Healing for Hospitals
  139. Liberia: 'Reckless and Irresponsible' - Weah Scolds CDC Officials Fanning Flames of C
  140. Kenya: Riots Erupt After Cleric Slain
  141. Seychelles: Court Convicts 11 Somalis of Piracy
  142. Sudan: Abyei Dispute 'Troublesome, Problematic' â
  143. Rwanda: U.S. Reduces Military Aid Over Child Soldiers
  144. Sudan: Reforms the Only Answer to Protest
  145. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe's Son Seizes Control of Mine
  146. South Africa: Bill to Grant Small-Scale Fishing Rights
  147. South Africa: Girl, 7, Battles MDR-TB
  148. South Africa: Govt to Partner with Senegal on Transport Projects
  149. South Africa: Are The Poor Free to Choose Their Political Party?
  150. Zimbabwe: MP Thrown Out for Reading Novel in Parliament
  151. South Africa: U.S. Audience Award for Mandela Movie
  152. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Victory Fails to Inspire Growth
  153. Freedom Journalism and the Black Public Sphere in an Age of “Networked Authoritariani
  154. World mourns 300 African migrant ship wreck victims
  155. Italian journalist receives explosives in mail
  156. Rwanda slams US sanctions for child soldiers
  157. US shoots woman for breaching White House security
  158. ‘It was NCA, not Madhuku’s request to form party’
  159. MDC-T legislators warned
  160. Farmers hail US$1bn facility
  161. Great Zim management plan endorsed
  162. Mataz trial for Wednesday
  163. Inputs disbursement starts
  164. Egypt: Can Gulf Money Save Egypt's Economy?
  165. Libya: Russia's Embassy in Libya Attacked
  166. Africa: More Than 100 Migrants Die in Second Horrific Shipwreck
  167. Egypt: Pope Tawadros Underlines Importance of Cooperation Between Egypt, EU
  168. Egypt: Kuwait, Egypt Sign 300 M Dinar Loan Agreement for Upgrading Railway Signals
  169. Nigeria: More Fatalities in Lagos Plane Crash - Updates
  170. Liberia: Opposition Alleges Plot to Assassinate Sirleaf
  171. Nigeria: Lagos - Nine Killed, Six Survive in Plane Crash
  172. Gambia: Gambia Withdraws From Commonwealth
  173. Liberia: Robert Sirleaf - I Didn't Ask for the Job
  174. Sudan: Opposition Leader Warns of Civil War, Calls on Bashir to Step Down
  175. Africa: Kenya 'Must Not' Return Somali Refugees
  176. Kenya: Court to Determine Legality of Barasa Arrest Warrant
  177. Ethiopia: Govt Signs Landmark Deal with Geothermal Plant
  178. South Africa: Mbeki Warns Against Retreat to Tribalism in SA
  179. Swaziland: Mbeki to Step in Over Nation's Judiciary
  180. South Africa: Downsizing Press Transformation
  181. Swaziland: Govt's Investment 'Fantasy'
  182. Swaziland: Police Chief 'Sorry' for Gun Threat
  183. Swaziland: Swazi Princess Taks With 'Terrorists'
  184. Mozambique: World Bank Funds to Improve Resilience of Water Infrastructure Following
  185. Zimbabwe: Power Cuts Costing Nation Millions
  186. ZEC disowns Komichi ballot
  187. Mataz trial date
  188. Wendall case: Cop abruptly resigns
  189. Policeman found dead
  190. Two perish in crash
  191. Baby causes stir
  192. Boy sodomised
  193. Lawyers kicked out
  194. ‘More investment in nutrition crucial’
  195. Be accountable to residents, councillors told
  196. Egypt: Little Egyptian Support for Palestinians
  197. Morocco: Moroccan Al-Qaeda Suspect Caught in Europe
  198. Tunisia: Top Tunisia Imam Calls Eid Strike
  199. Egypt: The Country Saw 969 Protests in September - Democracy Index
  200. Libya: Torture Rampant in Jails - UN Report
  201. Nigeria: Ruling Party in Bid to Avert Split
  202. Guinea: Guinea to Publish Legislative Election Results
  203. Mali: Aid Sent to Half a Million in North
  204. Togo: Govt Closes Radio Station
  205. Liberia: Chinese Riot Police Here
  206. Kenya: Hague Orders First Arrest Over Witness Tampering
  207. Congo-Kinshasa: Peace Talks Near Resolution, Says Govt
  208. Somalia: Peacekeeper Calls for More Aid
  209. South Sudan: Is Rebel Ready to Talk?
  210. Sudan: Bashir Denies Govt Killed Protesters
  211. South Africa: 19 New Parties Register for Polls
  212. Zimbabwe: Govt Legalises Spying on Phone Calls, Emails
  213. South Africa: Coal 3 - the Choke Point in the Energy System
  214. South Africa: From Toilet to Tap for Water Scarce City
  215. Swaziland: 'Only One in Six Voted At Election'
  216. South Africa: Zille Wins Khaeyelitsha Inquiry Case
  217. South Africa: Hlope Tribunal Postponed
  218. Zimbabwe: Power Cuts Hit Industry
  219. Govt concerned with developments at ZBC
  220. Legislators pay condolences to Kenya
  221. Chiefs to meet
  222. Zegu on expansion
  223. Anti-sanctions motion
  224. US$21m disbursed
  225. Youths warned
  226. US$1bn package for agric
  227. Zanu-PF expels Kereke
  228. Govt sets probe team for Masimirembwa
  229. Libya: UN Reports Widespread Torture
  230. North Africa: Moroccan Authorities Ban Access to Information Documentary Public Scree
  231. Africa: At UN General Debate, Morocco Calls for More Aid, Investment for Africa
  232. Tunisia: Former European Deputies Take Interest in Evolution of Democratic Experience
  233. Morocco: Polisario Front Takes Part At British Labour Party Annual Congress
  234. Liberia: Oil 'Protected for Next Generation' - Robert Sirleaf
  235. Cote d'Ivoire: Hague Seeks Arrest of Gbagbo Ally
  236. Liberia: 'Liberia Has One of the Freest Media' - U.S. Ambassador
  237. Mali: Fighting Prompts Keita's Return
  238. Cameroon: Polls Highlight 'Weak Democracy'
  239. Kenya: Blame Game Over Mall Attack in Full Swing
  240. Tanzania: Malawian Migrants Under Attack
  241. Tanzania: Leading Newpapers Suspended by Govt
  242. Somalia: Minnesota 'Fertile Ground' for Recruiting Al Shabaab Fighters
  243. Kenya: Kipsang in IAAF Athlete of the Year Shortlist
  244. Zimbabwe: Power Outages Sweep Nation
  245. Malawi: More Than One Million Go Hungry
  246. Angola: Police Abuse Luanda's Street Vendors - Report
  247. Zimbabwe: Elephants Killed By Cyanide Reveal Alarming Innovation in Poaching Tactics
  248. South Africa: Do South Africans Really Prefer Smart Clothes to Good Schools and Healt
  249. South Africa: The Politics of South Africa's Intelligence Priorities
  250. Malawi: Voter Registration Rises