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  1. South Africa: Protesters Camp Out to Oppose 'Secrecy Bill'
  2. South Africa: Western Cape ANC Lays Charge Against Zille
  3. South Africa: Cellphone Footage of Marikana Screened
  4. South Africa: Many Disabled Kids Not in School
  5. Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Sues Over Succession
  6. Wendy Wolf Actually Explains the Lie of Reinvention
  7. Tanzania: Europe Praises Capital Port's Efficiency
  8. Egypt: Clinton to Hold Talks on Gaza Clashes
  9. Egypt: Govt Agrees With IMF on U.S. 4.8 Billion Loan
  10. Egypt: A Year of Abuses Against Detained Children
  11. Egypt: Order Returns to Downtown Cairo Following Clashes
  12. Egypt: Monday's Cairo Confrontations Leave 44 Injured
  13. Liberia: IMF Approves U.S. $78.9 Million Credit Facility
  14. Mali: Ethnic Violence Threatens North
  15. Nigeria: Navy Fights Billion-Dollar Oil Theft
  16. Liberia: Charles Taylor Responds to Death Rumours
  17. Liberia: Expected Faces for 2014 Race
  18. Kenya: Odinga the Man to Beat for President
  19. Madagascar: Govt Must End Mass Killings, Says Amnesty
  20. Ethiopia: Refugee Camp Becomes World's Second Largest
  21. Kenya: Law Aims to Legalize Polygamy
  22. Tanzania: Ex-Soldiers Sentenced to Hang for Murder
  23. Angola: Did War Help Unify the Country?
  24. Africa: Company Tax Incentives Cost Africa Millions
  25. Africa: Diabetes - Ticking Time Bomb
  26. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Warns Against Imposition of Candidates
  27. Zimbabwe: U.S.$10 Million Wikileaks Court Decision Questioned
  28. South Africa: Nation Urges Israel Not to Invade Gaza
  29. Zambia: Women Should Encourage Their Partners
  30. South Africa: Ballistic Reports On Marikana Available
  31. “Misgivings:” An Afrikan-centered, Indigenous-centered View by Dr. Marimba Ani
  32. Nigeria: Private Jets - CAN Slams Kukah, Bakare
  33. Nigeria: Tinubu's Aide Assassinated in Ogun
  34. Tanzania: Donors Urged to Honour Pledges
  35. Tanzania: Oil Company to Up Investment
  36. Tanzania: Japan Supports Industrial Development Strategy
  37. Tanzania: Airlines Battle for Aviation Industry
  38. South Africa: Senior Cop Taken to Task Over Marikana
  39. Liberia: Tapping Official and Grassroots Efforts On Water
  40. Liberia: Pipe Dreams - Waiting for Water in Monrovia
  41. Nigeria: Jonathan to Decide on 2nd Term
  42. Congo-Kinshasa: DRC Soldiers Shell Rwandan Territory
  43. Rwanda: Rwanda's Peace Should Not Be Taken for Granted?
  44. Rwanda: DRC Directs Fire At Rwanda As M23 Closes in On Goma
  45. Rwanda: Rwanda Tops Africa in Broadband Speed
  46. Sudan: Herders Kidnap Police, Injure Displaced
  47. South Africa: Chasing the Final Flush
  48. South Africa: Dreams of Better Sanitation Go Down the Toilet
  49. Zimbabwe: Court Awards $10 Million Over WikiLeaks
  50. Africa: Does South Africa Really Understand Africa?
  51. South Africa: Third Man Found Guilty in Dewani Murder
  52. South Africa: Platinum Mines Eye Zimbabwe
  53. Africa: News Brief - One Dies of Ebola Virus in Uganda
  54. Mali: No Quick Fixes for a Complex Crisis
  55. Cote d'Ivoire: Armed Forces Use Torture, Says Rights Group
  56. Nigeria: Power Distribution Timeline Threatened
  57. Nigeria: Kayode Eso, 1925-2012 - Exit of a Judicial Activist
  58. South Africa: Prosecutors Fail to Block Zuma Expose
  59. Namibia: Nation Supports Fifa Health Project
  60. Egypt: Transport Minister Resigns After School Bus Disaster
  61. Western Sahara: Several Injured Due to Landmine Explosion in Tokat Region
  62. Egypt: Pope Tawadros II Says He Has Big Responsibilities Towards All Egyptians
  63. Egypt: Families Block Road After Bus Disaster
  64. Egypt: Mursi to Decide on Transport Minister's Resignation - PM Kandil
  65. Nigeria: Navy Intercepts 17 Vessels Over Oil Theft
  66. Nigeria: D'banj, P-Square, Others Rule At Channel O Awards - Wizkid, 2face Fall
  67. Nigeria: Bauchi - Unknown Gunmen Kill Police Inspector
  68. Nigeria: Advertisers Spent N103 Billion in 2011 - Report
  69. Nigeria: How Plot to Kill Ribadu Oil Report Was Hatched
  70. Kenya: Nairobi Explosion Kills Five, Wounds More
  71. South Sudan: Police Deny Seeking Ransom for American
  72. Kenya: Diabetes On Steady Rise Across Nation
  73. Tanzania: Flamingo Population Could See Boom
  74. Africa: Rwanda Safest Place to Live in Africa
  75. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Willing to Co-opt Mugabe Ministers
  76. Southern Africa: SADC's Political Co-operation Organs Launch Strategic Plan
  77. Southern Africa: Angola Hands Over SADC Chair to Mozambique
  78. Zimbabwe: UN Forces Govt to Hunt Down Rwandan Fugitive
  79. Zimbabwe: Deeds, Not Words Mr President
  80. Mozambique: Opposition Refused To Talk to Ruling Party Over War Threats
  81. Tanzania: Miss EA Attracts More Participants
  82. Zimbabwe: Axe to Fall On Gumbo
  83. East Africa: 'Mogadishu' - Where Police Live in 'Toilets'
  84. Nigeria/South Africa: Nations Cup - Keshi Will Not Fail the Country - Emeteole
  85. Sierra Leone: Vote Counting Begins After Massive Turnout
  86. Cameroon: Gays Harassed, Imprisoned
  87. Nigeria: Delta Villagers Seek Justice Abroad
  88. Nigeria: Graft and Constitution Amendment - Conspiracy of the Corrupt
  89. Nigeria: Awolowo and the Forgotten Documents of the Civil War
  90. Kenya: MP Arrested After Live TV Show
  91. Sudan: UN Calls for Abyei Police Force
  92. Sudan: Refugees Flee South Kordofan Fighting
  93. Ethiopia: Nation Singled Out for Labour Rights Violations
  94. East Africa: South Sudan Dollar Control Grounds Jetlink Flights
  95. Angola: Cop18 to Enrich National Strategy of Low Carbon - Minister
  96. Angola: Interior Ministry to Hold Consultative Council
  97. Southern Africa: Zimbabwe Is New Kavango-Zambezi Chair
  98. South Africa: Western Cape Farmworkers Join Strikes
  99. Mozambique: Maputo Returns to Normal After Thursday's Fare Rise
  100. Tanzania: L. Nyasa Case Referred to African Forum
  101. South Africa: Local Scientist Wins Gates Research Grant
  102. Zimbabwe: Capleton Heading Back to Zim
  103. Uganda: Three More Test Positive for Ebola
  104. Zimbabwe: Violent Polls to Hurt Economy, Biti Warns
  105. East Africa: Enough in the Nile to Share, Little to Waste
  106. Libya: New Govt Should End Illegal Detention - Rights Body
  107. Egypt: Egyptian Prime Minister to Visit Gaza - Hamas Spokesperson
  108. Libya: Failed Nato Mission Exposes U.S. Generals
  109. Egypt: PM in Gaza - Egypt to Spare No Effort to End Israeli Assault
  110. Sierra Leone: Women Struggle to Be Heard in General Election
  111. Cote d'Ivoire: Disagreement in Govt Led to Dissolution
  112. Nigeria: Teach a Woman to Farm... and She Creates Jobs
  113. Nigeria: Nollywood Actor, Pete Eneh Dies in Enugu
  114. Ghana: Chinese in Ghana Unaware of Their Bad Rep
  115. Ethiopia: Govt's Increasing Intolerance of Islam Risks Radicalizing Muslims
  116. Kenya: Drought Farming Lessons Join Reading and Writing at Schools
  117. Sudan: Khartoum's Continuing Campaign of Extermination
  118. South Africa: U.S., Local Firms in U.S.$586 Million Solar Investment
  119. Zimbabwe: U.S. Admits Sanctions Hurt Zim Economy
  120. Zimbabwe: Biti Predicts Slowed Economic Growth and Warns Against Violence
  121. Zimbabwe: Central Intelligence Organisation Boss Wins U.S.$10 Million Wikileaks Case
  122. Zimbabwe: Sustained Stability Key to Recovery
  123. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Elections Call a Sinister Ploy - Ncube
  124. Zimbabwe: MDCs Reject Mugabe Early Polls Push
  125. Restoring Justice to Restorative Justice: The Struggle Over Mass Incarceration and A
  126. Save A Friend of a Friend – Mashall “Eddie” Conway
  127. Sierra Leone: UN Calls for 'Impartial' Poll
  128. Mali: MIlitary Force Faces Difficult Desert Fight
  129. Sierra Leone: All Set for Polls, Says Electoral Body
  130. Congo-Kinshasa: Will Kinshasa Go Easy On M23 Rebels?
  131. South Africa: President Zuma Says Govt Did Not Pay for His House
  132. South Africa: Shale Gas Can Drive Growth
  133. Africa: Africa Loses Out On Foreign Exchange
  134. Cote d'Ivoire: Ouatarra Dissolves Govt
  135. Mali: Displaced People Are Hidden Victims of War
  136. Sierra Leone: Ethnicity Trumps Policy in Upcoming Polls
  137. Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone Elections Must Be Carried Out Peacefully to Ensure Progres
  138. Somalia: New Cabinet Sworn In
  139. Burundi: Thousand of Burundian Refugees in Tanzania Face Repatriation
  140. South Sudan: Aid Reaches Thousands of Refugees in Maban County
  141. Kenya: Four More Bodies of Police Officers Found
  142. Rwanda: Rwanda Tells Congo, M23 to Halt War As 2500 Refugees Arrive
  143. South Africa: Farmworkers Told to Suspend Protests - Union
  144. South Africa/Zambia: Youths Stone Zambia Soccer Team Bus
  145. Mozambique: Opposition Leader Threatens Destruction
  146. South Africa: HIV - Search for Safe Contraception Receives a Boost
  147. Zimbabwe: ZMDC Hails Positive Diamond Conference Outcome
  148. Zimbabwe: Zim Beauty Queen Elected Africa Travel Association President
  149. South Africa: Union Calls for Support for Farmworkers Strike
  150. South Africa: Govt 'Not Doing Enough' - Survey
  151. South Africa: Minimum Wage Review On the Cards for Farmworkers
  152. Libya: Court Postpones Former PM's Trial
  153. Egypt: Morsi Meets UAE Business Delegation
  154. Egypt: Nation Signs Three Agreements With EU
  155. Egypt: Morsi Meets With El-Baradei On Latest Developments
  156. Egypt: Nation's Stock Exchange Gains Le 2.8 Billion
  157. Guinea Bissau: Cholera On the Rise
  158. Liberia: Concern Mounts Over 'Coup Plot' Posters
  159. Ghana: Election Climate Heats Up Before Polls
  160. Nigeria: Over 100 Million Nigerians Can't Be Properly Identified
  161. Mali: 'French Troops Won't Go to Mali'
  162. Uganda: Govt Closes DR Congo Border Over Rebel Charges
  163. Eritrea: Opposition Renews Calls for Mass Revolt Against Regime
  164. Kenya: Police Vow to Crush Bandits
  165. Tanzania: That Was Jolly Good CCM, Keep It Up!
  166. Rwanda: Cultural Barriers to Change Can Be Overcome Logically
  167. Zimbabwe: Plans to Build New Capital Dismissed As 'Ridiculous'
  168. South Africa: Google Threatens Court Action Against SA Man
  169. South Africa: Africa Check - for the Lies & More Damn Lies
  170. Namibia: Resettlement Costs N$645 Million
  171. South Africa: Healthy Lifestyle the Way to Go to Prevent Diabetes
  172. South Africa: No Matric Exam Papers Leaked in Mpumalanga
  173. South Africa: Taxpayers Reminded of Looming Deadline
  174. South Africa: Govt Launches Second Taxi Assembly Plant
  175. Libya: Libyan Activists Welcome Posting of YouTube Rape Video
  176. Tunisia: U.S. General Carter F. Ham Debates in Tunis Means to Fight Against Extremist
  177. Libya: Foreign Nationals Face Abuse and Exploitation
  178. Morocco: Amidst Series of Meetings, UN Envoy Urges Resolution to Western Sahara Crisi
  179. Uganda: Nation Ranked Eighth in African High Consumption Growth Potential
  180. West Africa: Ecowas 'Still Exploring' Dialogue in Mali
  181. Sierra Leone: Elections - Sampling Opinions in the Diamond-Rich East
  182. Liberia: Sirleaf Will Not Fire Her Sons
  183. Cameroon: New Cassava Species Could Boost Food Security
  184. Africa: Canada Eyes African Resources
  185. Kenya: Kibaki Deploys Troops After Police Killings
  186. Uganda: Police Foil Anti-Corrution Protest
  187. Tanzania: Drought Drives Youth to Cities
  188. Ethiopia: Ogaden Peace Talks Fail
  189. Malawi: Hunger Drives Acceptance of New Staples in Malawi
  190. Swaziland: Govt Bans MPs From the Radio
  191. Zimbabwe: Succumbing to the Debt Trap
  192. East Africa: U.S. to Send Medics to Tanzania, Malawi, Uganda
  193. South Africa: Tutu TB Research Centre Wins Major Award
  194. South Africa: Banyana Banyana Return Home Amid Pomp and Ceremony
  195. South Africa: Corrective Rape - Minister Must Address Parliament On Her Plan
  196. Uganda: Country Assumes Comesa Leadership
  197. Angola: Nation's Embassy in Egypt Displays Film On National Reconstruction
  198. Tanzania: Mobile Phone Costs Dropping
  199. Africa: President Joins List of Tweeting Leaders
  200. Namibia: Labour Court Order Restrains Kaaronda
  201. Algeria: Missing Bodies Found After Plane Crash
  202. Libya: Clinton At Ceremony Honoring the Late Ambassador Chris Stevens
  203. Africa: Thumbs Up Africa Blog 6 - Inshallah
  204. Rwanda: Police Aiming for Semis Spot in Morocco
  205. Eritrea: Youth and Student Citizens Residing in Egypt Voice Readiness to Back Up Nati
  206. West Africa: Bloc to Deploy Troops to Mali, Guinea Bissau
  207. Sierra Leone: Election Winner Faces Big Challenges
  208. Ghana: Candidates Resume Campaign After Shopping Mall Disaster
  209. Nigeria: Revolution Coming, Obasanjo Says
  210. South Africa: Tutu Wins Award for 'Speaking Truth to Power'
  211. Kenya: Dozens of Police Killed in Ambush
  212. South Sudan: Juba Accepts New Abyei Govt
  213. Kenya: Read All About It - the Rise of Second-Hand Book Sales
  214. Rwanda: HIV Infection At 51 Percent Among Sex Workers
  215. Kenya: Police Massacre Toll in Samburu Hits 23
  216. Zimbabwe: Coup Comments Cause Row in Coalition Govt
  217. South Africa: Archbishop Tutu Honored for 'Speaking Truth to Power'
  218. Africa: Equatorial Guinea Wins Women's Soccer Finals
  219. East Africa: State Starts U.S. $10 Million Plan to Fight Cassava Disease
  220. Mozambique: Government Concerned At Delays in MCC Projects
  221. South Africa: Killer Cape Town Mom Gets 20 Years
  222. South Africa: Police Disperse North West Miners
  223. Uganda/Kenya: Cecafa Reprieve for Fringe Players
  224. Nigeria: Jonathan Backs Deployment of Troops to Mali
  225. Nigeria: Why We Are Against PIB - Shell, ExxonMobil
  226. Uganda: Nine Corruption Scandals to Look Back At
  227. South Africa/Equatorial Guinea: Banyana Banyana Fall At the Final Hurdle Against Host
  228. Algeria: Military Plane Crashes
  229. Tanzania: Apocalypse - Resurrection of the Great North Road
  230. Egypt: IMF Delegation in Cairo for Loan Negotiations
  231. Egypt: PM, Businessmen Group Discuss Investment Map in the Country
  232. Egypt: Minister of Interior Reviews Results of Traffic Campaigns
  233. Mali: West African Leaders Meet on Military Mission
  234. Nigeria: Citizens Reject Single Term Presidency
  235. Cameroon: The Fight for Gay Rights Strengthens Online
  236. Kenya: Ericsson - How Technology Is Disrupting Learning
  237. Nigeria: Away With 'Indigene' Clause
  238. Sudan: Darfur Rebels Ambush Convoy
  239. Kenya: 28-Year-Old Woman Aspires to Presidency
  240. Somalia: Somalia Government Resumes Evicting Mogadishu Squatters
  241. Sudan: SRF- More Than 100 Killed and Injured in Recent Clashes
  242. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Threatens to Grab Foreign Firms
  243. Angola: Nation Celebrates 37th Independence Anniversary
  244. Zimbabwe: Lightning Kills Family of Five
  245. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai, Khupe Fallout Deepens
  246. Zimbabwe: Liquidity Challenges to Persist - Gono
  247. Zimbabwe: Inaugural Diamond Conference Opens
  248. Tunisia: UN Expert in Tunis to Assess Process of Transitional Justice
  249. Eritrea: RSF Launches Probe Over Jamming of Exiled Local Radio Station
  250. Sudan: Rebel Leader Calls On Sudanese to Not Pay Attention to Bashir's Illness