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  1. South Africa: Matric Pass Rate Improves to 73.9 Percent
  2. Nigeria: ANC, Zuma and the Future South Africa
  3. Nigeria: Jonathan Disowns Posters
  4. Nigeria: Clean Up Abuja
  5. Angola: SADC Region Marks Turning in CAF
  6. Egypt: Cabinet Reshuffle of 'Technocrats' Looms
  7. Egypt: Egypt Plans to Double Non-Oil Exports to U.S. - Trade Minister
  8. Egypt: Demands for Equal Representation of Women in Parliament
  9. Egypt: ElBaradei - the Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn
  10. Morocco: Security Forces Disperse Protest, Arrest Demonstrators
  11. Cote d'Ivoire: Children Still Missing After New Year's Stampede
  12. Nigeria: Battling the System One Rap At a Time
  13. Nigeria: 2012 in Retrospect - Turbulent Year for Lagos Residents
  14. Liberia: President Sirleaf Begins Taking Action on PUP Abuse
  15. Liberia: CDC Declares General Amnesty
  16. Sudan: UN Peacekeepers Freed
  17. Central Africa: African Union Prepares Way for DR Congo Force
  18. Tanzania: Sajuki's Last Meal Was Fit for a King
  19. Tanzania: Arusha - 5,400 Students Just Gone Missing
  20. Rwanda: Rwanda Chairs Vital UNSC Subsidiary Organs
  21. Angola: Death Toll in Church Crush Rises
  22. Swaziland: Will Archaic Mini-Skirt Law Be Applied?
  23. Swaziland: The State of Swazi Journalism
  24. Zambia: Musician Olomide Accused of Attacking Journalist
  25. Zimbabwe: It's Our Responsibility to Curb Road Carnage
  26. Zambia: BOZ Warns Over K100 Note
  27. Namibia: The Dogg Delighted With Kora Award Win
  28. Zimbabwe: 'Teachers to Report for Duty'
  29. Zimbabwe: Tight Rope for Banks
  30. Zimbabwe: Low Rainfall to Affect Lowveld Irrigation
  31. Zimbabwe: 'Hands Off BIPPA Farms'
  32. Zimbabwe: Tobacco Robbery - Still No Joy for Accused
  33. Zimbabwe: Zimalloys Eager to Reopen Mines
  34. Egypt: Relative Calm Returns to Tahrir Square
  35. Africa: African Press Review
  36. North Africa: Maghreb Greets New Year Amid Tight Security - Morocco, Algeria, Maurita
  37. Egypt: New Legislature to Meet
  38. North Africa: Maghreb Greets New Year Amid Tight Security
  39. Cote d'Ivoire: Scores Die in Fireworks Display Crush
  40. Nigeria: Security Forces Arrest Key Bombers
  41. Nigeria: Facebook Lover Nabbed for Defrauding Friend
  42. Nigeria: Varsity Staff Kidnapped in Delta
  43. Ghana: Leaders to Flock to Mahama Inauguration
  44. Kenya: Annan Calls for Free, Fair, Credible Polls
  45. Africa: Africa's High Consumption Rate Attracts Global Firms
  46. Kenya: Power Outages Hit Nairobi
  47. Tanzania: More Opportunities Seen As Dar es Salaam TV Goes Digital
  48. Angola: Ten Die in New Year Crush
  49. Angola: 2012 Marks Health Sector's History
  50. Angola: Defence Minister Congratulates Vice-President and Parliament Speaker
  51. Angola: Luanda's Squares and Avenues Improved
  52. Angola: Tchege Diamond Mine Starts Producing This Year
  53. Angola: Presidential Visit Marks 2012 Events in Zaire Province
  54. Angola: Defence Minister Hails Supreme Court Contribution
  55. Sudan: Gunmen Attack Camp for Displaced
  56. Egypt: Protesters Shot in Tahrir Square
  57. North Africa: Protestors Occupy Embassy Over Migrants
  58. Libya: Security Concerns Grow in Capital
  59. Western Sahara: Demonstrations in Dakhla Call for End to Moroccan Occupation
  60. Western Sahara: New Bid to Resolve Deadlock Over Nation's Status
  61. Nigeria: Extremists Kill 15 in Their Sleep
  62. Ghana: Opposition Serves Petition on Electoral Body
  63. Nigeria: One Cop, Four Insurgents Killed in Yobe Clash
  64. Liberia: China Agrees to Provide U.S.$4.5 Million to Liberian Army
  65. Nigeria: Secretary Clinton Hospitalized With Blood Clot
  66. Kenya: Teenage Girls Escape Mutilation
  67. Somalia: EU Warship Intercepts Suspected Pirate Skiff
  68. Somalia: Peace Not Easy Despite Gains - UN Envoy
  69. Kenya: Police Chief Assures Citizens of Security
  70. South Africa: Basic Education Ready to Release Matric Results
  71. Zambia: Cops, RTSA to Intensify Road Patrols
  72. Zambia: Gunmen Shoot, Kill Lusaka Woman
  73. Zambia: Chief Kabamba's Installation Hits Setback
  74. Zambia: All Set for Kwacha Rebasing
  75. Zambia: ZAWA Boss, Four Others Fired
  76. Zimbabwe: Meeting of Minds On Gen Tongo Welcome
  77. Zimbabwe: Bottled Water - Customer Safety Must Come First
  78. Nigeria: Twitter Comments - Osaze Apologises
  79. Nigeria: ACN Accuses Jonathan's Govt of Making Fake Promises to Nigerians
  80. Kenya: Clerics to Help Fight Drug Trade
  81. Zimbabwe: WHO Donates U.S.$2 Million Health Equipment
  82. Zimbabwe: Hexco Results Out
  83. Zimbabwe: New Team to Review Essar Deal
  84. Libya: Assailants Attack Coptic Church
  85. Egypt: Mubarak 'Battling Death'
  86. North Africa: U.S. Studies Warn on Mali, Al Qaeda
  87. Libya: Protestors Rally Against Libyan Militias
  88. Tunisia: Attounssia TV Chief Hospitalised After Hunger Strike
  89. Nigeria: Ransom Splits Kidnap Gang
  90. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 20, Free 35 Inmates
  91. Nigeria: Re-Jig Anti-Terrorism Law
  92. Cote d'Ivoire: Drogba and Yaya Toure to Lead the Elephants in South Africa
  93. East Africa: Energy Boom At Risk
  94. Kenya: Nairobi Protests Over Security
  95. Tanzania: Border Dispute Goes to African Forum
  96. Kenya: Police to Guard Isiolo Churches in New Year
  97. Rwanda: Events That Shaped the Year 2012
  98. Mozambique: Malawians Attack Police Post
  99. South Africa: Mandela Reading Papers - Grandchild
  100. Angola: Angola, First to Arrive in South Africa
  101. South Africa: Bafana Bafana Coach Announces Afcon 2013 Squad
  102. Zimbabwe: Where Has All the Respect Gone?
  103. Zimbabwe: Over 400 Crest Breeders Workers Stage Demo
  104. Zimbabwe: Zifa Offer Another Olive Branch
  105. Nigeria: Afcon 2013 - 12 Eagles, Officials Perch in Faro
  106. Egypt: Mursi Places Priority on Economy
  107. Egypt: Mursi to Address Governing Council
  108. Egypt: Cabinet Reshuffle Consultations Are Underway
  109. Ghana: Opposition Contests Election Results
  110. Mali: Mauritania Braces for War Next Door
  111. Kenya: Floods Wreak Havoc
  112. Somalia: Puntland Returns Pirate Hostages
  113. Sudan: Video Claims to Show Escape of U.S. Diplomat Killers
  114. Kenya: Jirongo, Wamalwa Coalition Collapses
  115. South Africa: Traffic Cop Drive Ends in Tragedy
  116. Angola: Nation Revives Family Farms
  117. Zimbabwe: Rights Commission Chief Quits
  118. Tunisia: Tunisia Sells Off Ben Ali Assets
  119. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 25 in Adamawa, Borno
  120. Nigeria: Kogi State Governor Injured in Auto Crash
  121. Mali: Mali PM Urges Military Intervention
  122. Sudan: Rebels Claim Two Garrisons
  123. Egypt: State to Seize Funds From Mubarak's Wife
  124. Egypt: Scores Protest Muslim Brotherhood's Rule
  125. Egypt: Egypt Cancels Auction On T-Bills
  126. Egypt: Talks Underway Over Expected Cabinet Reshuffle
  127. Egypt: Tourism Numbers Rise 17.4 Percent in 2012, Minister Says
  128. Liberia: Govt Faces Huge Task Against Marijuana Farmers
  129. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Eight in Maiduguri
  130. West Africa: Floods - Stemming the Tide in West Africa
  131. Liberia: Is the Code of Conduct in a Coma?
  132. Nigeria: Kogi Governor Involved in Fatal Motor Accident
  133. Central African Republic: Rebels Weaken Bozizé's Grip on Power?
  134. Sudan: Sudan Bans Thursday's Edition of New Daily
  135. Sudan: Khartoum Detains Two Eritrean Opposition Journalists
  136. South Sudan: Ethiopian Prime Minister Visits Juba for Talks With President Kiir
  137. Kenya: Oil Expectations Rise in 2013
  138. South Africa: Mandela Continues Home-Based Care
  139. South Africa: Ruling Party Hits Back Over Zuma & Dogs
  140. South Africa: Zanele Muholi's Photos From South Africa's Gay Community
  141. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Ill-Prepared for Rainfall Extremes, Farmers Say
  142. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF to Conduct Primaries in February
  143. Angola: Geology Minister Wants to Turn Angola Into 'Mining Powerhouse'
  144. Mozambique: Govt Increases Basic Social Allowance
  145. South Africa: Mine Boss Steps Down
  146. The First Annual Hate Awards Show Part 2!
  147. Nigeria: Army in Shootout With Boko Haram in Kaduna
  148. Gambia: Imam Held Incommunicado
  149. Nigeria: Jonathan, Obasanjo Meet Secretly Over 2015 Polls?
  150. Nigeria: Opposition Plans to Unite Against Jonathan
  151. Nigeria: Army Retires 51 Officers
  152. Egypt: Court Turns Down Challenges to Releasing Mubarak Aides
  153. Africa: U.S. Selects Countries Eligible for Big Funding
  154. Tunisia: Tunisia, Algeria Sign Security Pact
  155. Egypt: President Addresses Upper House On Saturday
  156. Egypt: 'Constitution Fails to Protect Human Rights, Minorities'
  157. Sudan: Border Situation Calm but Tense
  158. Sudan: Bashir Meets Alleged Coup Plotters
  159. Africa: Using Mobile Apps to Spur Social Change
  160. South Sudan: Modern Technology Helps Meet the Needs of Refugees
  161. South Africa: Zuma Comments Cause Canine Chaos
  162. Swaziland: Govt Denies Miniskirt Ban
  163. Zambia: Opposition Leader Arrested, Charged
  164. Africa: South Africa Aims to Boost Brazil, China, India, Russia Ties With Africa
  165. South Africa: McCarthy and Mathoho Withdrawn From Bafana Bafana
  166. South Africa: Doggone Days of Decolonisation for Zuma
  167. Angola: More Than 200.000 Jobs Created in 2012
  168. Mozambique: Bangladeshis Arrested At Nampula Airport
  169. Nigeria: PIB, Long Overdue
  170. Zimbabwe: Mtv Drama 'Shuga' Tops
  171. Zimbabwe: 31 More Perish On Roads As Haulage Truck Claims 18
  172. Zimbabwe: Tuku Soothes Souls @zimcafe
  173. Zimbabwe: Epworth Prophets in Trouble
  174. Zimbabwe: Tourism Sector Poised for Good Times
  175. Zimbabwe: Govt Sets New Bank Rules
  176. Egypt: Poor Hit Hardest As Political Tensions Persist
  177. Egypt: Mursi Plans Cabinet Reshuffle
  178. Egypt: Mursi to Address Nation Following Charter Approval
  179. Morocco: A Journey From Mosques to Breasts Via Satellite Dish
  180. Algeria: Algeria Prepares for 'Guerrilla' Warfare
  181. Nigeria: Fireworks Blast Rocks Lagos
  182. Gambia: Rights Groups Call for End to Crackdown
  183. Nigeria: Journalists Detained in Nigeria for More Than Two Days
  184. Mali: Unesco Chief Deplores New Destruction of Timbuktu Mausoleums
  185. Mali: France Endangers Hostages By Intervening in Mali
  186. Kenya: New Coalition in the Works?
  187. Eritrea: Sudan Detains Two Eritrean Journalists
  188. Rwanda: Legal Action Against France Over Genocide Fugitives?
  189. Sudan: Sudan and South Sudan in Fresh Border Clashes
  190. Somalia: Govt Forces in 'Strategic Retreat' in South
  191. South Africa: Mandela Goes Home
  192. Tanzania: Churches Cannot Solve Border Dispute - Minister
  193. Zimbabwe: Road to Unity Accord - Part I
  194. Zimbabwe: Praise God for the Gift of Life
  195. Angola: Church Authority Stands for Shared Christmas
  196. Zimbabwe: Krog Happy With Move
  197. South Africa: Embrace Tolerance, Forgiveness, President Tell Citizens
  198. Tanzania/Zambia: Zambia Coach Plays Down Loss
  199. Egypt: Constitution Approved in Low Turnout
  200. Morocco: Opposition Rallies in Rabat
  201. Egypt: Rights Report Highlights 'Sectarian' Vote
  202. Egypt: New Constitution Approved
  203. Egypt: Referendum Result Now Due Tuesday
  204. West Africa: Nigeria Attacks Pair Piracy, Kidnappings
  205. Nigeria: Militants Kill 15 in Yobe State
  206. Nigeria: President Jonathan's Christmas Message to the Nation
  207. Nigeria: Christmas Evokes Sense of Insecurity in Churches
  208. Nigeria: Security Forces Find Bombs in Kano
  209. South Sudan: Kiir, Bashir Plan New Summit
  210. Malawi: Churches Intervene in Tanzania Lake Dispute
  211. Kenya: Police Sound Terror Alarm
  212. Somalia: Freed Pirate Hostages Recount Ordeal
  213. Tanzania: Zanzibar Seeks Backing for Autonomy
  214. South Africa: Mandela in 'Good Spirits'
  215. Zambia: Sata Calls for Reunion
  216. Zambia: Fans Welcome Afcon Squad
  217. Liberia: Sinoe Is Calm
  218. Libya: Libyan Leaders Condemn Benghazi Violence
  219. Egypt: Egyptians Urged to Accept Referendum Results
  220. Egypt: Egypt Army Not Party to Conflict - Defence Minister
  221. Egypt: Shura Council to Assume Legislative Powers - Presidential Source
  222. Egypt: Egypt President Asks Upper House to Convene Wednesday
  223. Nigeria: Nigeria Power Woes Continue - Probe
  224. Liberia: Opposition Backs Weah's Appointment
  225. Nigeria: Army Officer, Oil Union Officials Fingered in Oil Hijacks
  226. Africa: Sovereign Wealth Funds Spread
  227. Ghana: Opposition to Challenge Election in Court
  228. Sudan: Fierce Clashes Erupt in Darfur
  229. Somalia: Fighters Killed in Security Operations
  230. Eritrea: Eritrea Urged to Cooperate in Human Rights Dialogue
  231. Central Africa: Security Council Calls for Action on LRA-Related Poaching
  232. South Africa: Mandela Spends Christmas in Hospital
  233. South Africa: South Africa's I-Shack Gives Power to the People
  234. Zimbabwe: Biti Says Zimbabwe Has No Money to Fund Elections
  235. Zimbabwe: Late Lawmaker Laid to Rest
  236. Nigeria: South African Retailers Spread Into Major Cities
  237. Mozambique: Elections Will Go Ahead Regardless of Renamo
  238. Zimbabwe: Seiso Moyo a Quiet Giant, an Effective Communicator
  239. Zimbabwe: Drive Safely - Rather Be Late Than Never
  240. Zimbabwe: Govt to Introduce Educational Qualifications for Councillors
  241. Libya: Islamists Attack Benghazi Police Post
  242. Egypt: Referendum Results Out Monday
  243. Tunisia: Tunisia Arrests 16 Al-Qaeda Suspects
  244. Tunisia: Islamists Attack Tunisia Opposition Meeting
  245. Tunisia: Armed Group Involved in Jendouba and Kasserine Incidents Are Affiliated With
  246. Nigeria: How Niger Delta Kidnappers Work
  247. Mali: Armed Intervention Risks Worsening Crisis, Says Rights Group
  248. Mali: Islamists Attack On Timbuktu Shrines
  249. Cote d'Ivoire: Security Forces Attacked
  250. Burkina Faso: Govt Agency Suspends Paper