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  1. Canadian Woman Charged With Ordering Hit On Her Swirling Jamaican Husband
  2. Black Lives Matter Protesters Shut Down London Airport?
  3. Egyptian MP Says Women Must Accept Genital Mutilation Due To Country’s ‘Sexually Weak
  4. 75% Drop In Boko Haram Attacks As Nigerian Army Scores Victory After Victory
  5. Donald Trump Ahead Of Hillary Clinton In New Poll
  6. Don’t box your wives, cops told
  7. Tocky Vibes on regional limelight
  8. Gabon Afcon 2017 debate
  9. Ex-SPB boss Kuwaza faces arrest
  10. Be bold, Chinamasa told
  11. ZACC seeks more powers
  12. East African lawmakers seek views on human trafficking
  13. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Peace vital for economic turnaround, growth
  14. ‘Court suicide premeditated’
  15. Jazz Crooners wins Mash West Road to Fame
  16. South Africa: Tutu Going in for Surgery
  17. Zimbabwe: Vendors Defy Police Ban On Demos, March Through Harare
  18. Zimbabwe: Police Ban Opposition Anniversary Celebrations
  19. Zimbabwe: High Court Postpones Appeal Hearing on Protest Ban
  20. South Africa: Student Describes How Police, Security Disrupted Meeting
  21. South Africa: No More Luxury Cars for Tshwane Politicians - Msimanga
  22. Zimbabwe: Nation Faces 'Imminent Terror Attack', Police Claim
  23. Kenya: Somalia Bans Miraa Cargo Flights
  24. Uganda: MPs Now to Get U.S.$60 000 Each for New Cars
  25. Kenya: Judges Vetting Panel Proposes Disciplinary Team
  26. Tanzania: Vice President Refutes Resignation Reports
  27. Nigeria: Mo Ibrahim Foundation Announces Winners of Myafrica
  28. Nigeria: Govt to Launch 'Change Begins With Me Campaign'
  29. Nigeria: Four Escaped Chibok School Girls Matriculate At Aun
  30. Nigeria: Again, Police Move Against Bring Back Our Girls Protesters
  31. Africa: New Life for African Governance Peer Reviews?
  32. Sudan: President Al-Bashir Receives Written Message From King of Morocco
  33. Algeria: Naval Forces Take Part in 'Seaborder-16' Exercise in Italy
  34. Egypt/South Africa: Mashaba Rings Changes for Bafana vs Egypt Clash
  35. South Africa/Egypt: Bafana Host Egypt in Mandela Challenge
  36. Africa: South African Seale Claims 2016 Tusker Malt Uganda Open
  37. Rwanda: Govt Tightens Noose On Construction Sector to Curb Tax Evasion
  38. Rwanda: U.S. National Sold His California Home to Invest in Fish Farming
  39. East Africa: Legislative Assembly Consults On Draft Law On Human Trafficking
  40. Nigeria: Journalist Declared Wanted By the Army Arrested - Reports
  41. Nigeria: We Have Not Sacked Adeyanju As PDP New Media Director - Makarfi
  42. Nigeria: Borno Residents Displaced Two Years Ago Return to Konduga
  43. Nigeria: Govt Rejects Call to Increase Fuel Price
  44. Libya: Dialogue, Political Solution, Only Ways to Peace in Libya
  45. Egypt: Shoukry Calls for More Aid for Refugee-Hosting Countries
  46. Prosecutor: No Reason To Charge Thug Cop Who Body Slammed Schoolgirl
  47. The Real Reason Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Visited Africa?
  48. Kaepernick’s Jersey Sales Jump To No. 1 — Proving Police And Media Lies Are Not Worki
  49. Top Ten Tallest Buildings In Africa
  50. How China And The U.S. Are Helping To Boost Ethiopia’s Private Sector
  51. Take A Look Inside The Massive Obajana Cement Plant Owned By Africa’s Richest Man
  52. Top 9 Hottest African Actresses In Hollywood
  53. Univern clinches software supply deal
  54. Zex Manatsa for UK concert
  55. Council, Govt headed for clash
  56. Command agric nets 300 000ha
  57. Beyonce releases car smashing video
  58. Zinara appoints new CEO
  59. . . . party prepares to hold crucial meetings
  60. Editorial Comment: Heed President’s advice on social media use
  61. Last men standing
  62. Business speaks on violent demos
  63. South Africa: #OccupyLuthuliHouse
  64. Malawi: Fresh Arrests Loom in Cashgate Saga
  65. Southern Africa: West Funding Opposition to Destabilise Region - Mugabe
  66. Namibia: Vice-President Collapses
  67. Malawi: Keeping Girls in School Is Weapon Against Poverty - First Lady
  68. Zambia: Constitutional Court Dismisses Election Petition
  69. Angola: Has There Been a New Massacre of Cult Members?
  70. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Threatens Judges Over Protests
  71. Mauritius: Legislative Framework Strengthened to Fight Domestic Violence
  72. Somalia: Kenyan Police On Alert Over Possible Al-Shabaab Attack
  73. Ethiopia: Unrest in Ethiopia Delays Aid to Malnourished Children - UN
  74. Kenya: Hire New Poll Chiefs By Month-End - Odinga
  75. Ethiopia: 'They Were Indiscriminately Shooting At Prisoners' - Prison Fire Witness
  76. Nigeria: Oil Industry May Be Crippled Unless Urgent Steps Are Taken, Warn Former NNPC
  77. Nigeria: Pension As Source of Misery to Senior Citizens
  78. Guinea Bissau: Security Council Urges Govt to Find Solution to Political Crisis
  79. Nigeria: We Will Not Increase Fuel Price, Kachikwu Says After Meeting Buhari
  80. Nigeria: Team Nigeria Arrives in Rio for Paralympic Games
  81. Algeria: PM Receives Chairman of Arab Authority for Agricultural Investment and Devel
  82. Egypt: Four Sentenced to Death in 'Tanta Terrorist Cell' Case
  83. Morocco: Deported Moroccans Plotted Major Terror Attacks in France, Report
  84. Africa: Global Investments Summit Opens in Rwanda
  85. Rwanda: Govt Starts New Campaign to Fight Genocide Ideology
  86. Rwanda/Morocco: Amavubi's Bayisenge Keen to Impress in Moroccan League
  87. Africa: Espoir, Patriots Begin Preps for FIBA Zone V Club Tourney
  88. Fake Patriots, Colin Kaepernick And The National Anthem Controversy – The Gantt Repor
  89. China and the new scramble for Africa
  90. Clinton’s speech: A bipartisan policy of militarism, war
  91. High Court stubs out cigarette war
  92. Varsities challenged to be creative, innovative
  93. Reyners is DeMbare’s hero
  94. ‘NRZ revival will decongest borders’
  95. Trump visits black church
  96. Nigerian soldiers sell arms to Boko Haram
  97. Editorial Comment – Protest ban: A lesson for the opposition
  98. Jet-lagged warriors stumble
  99. Mozambique: Poor Families Take Girls' Virginity, Force Them Into Sex Work
  100. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Shakes Zanu-PF Stronghold
  101. South Africa: 'Worrying' Murder Trend in Latest Crime Stats - Analyst
  102. Africa: Millions Vaccinated Against Yellow Fever in Record Time - WHO
  103. South Africa: Pretoria School Hair Policy Tops the News
  104. South Africa: Cops Hunt Poachers After 2 Rhino Killed
  105. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Blasts Judges Over Protests
  106. Zimbabwe: Protests Ban Galvanises Mugabe Opponents
  107. Tanzania/Nigeria: Eagles Leave It Late to Beat Taifa Stars
  108. Ghana/Rwanda: Tetteh Strike Not Enough for Stars Victory
  109. Tanzania: Kenyatta Denies Rift Between Kenya and Tanzania
  110. Uganda/Comoros: The Cranes End 39-Year Wait
  111. Ethiopia: Opposition Wants Protest Prisoners Freed
  112. Togo: AfDB E-Wallet Scheme Targets 3 Million Farmers
  113. Niger: 5 Dead in First East Boko Haram Attack in 3 Months
  114. Nigeria: Don't Give Amnesty to Militants, FG Urged
  115. Nigeria: Pastor Arrested for Operating Underage Sex Workers Cartel
  116. Nigeria: Nigerian Film Makes Landmark Premiere in London
  117. Algeria: Nadja Harek's 'Ma Famille Entre Deux Terres' Documentary At International Wo
  118. Algeria: Peace Process in Libya - Kobler Hails Algeria's 'Active, Constructive' Role
  119. Libya: Govt Forces Fight Last IS Bastion in Sirte
  120. Egypt: Army to Supply Baby Formula At Reduced Prices After Protest
  121. Algeria: Sonatrach's Exports Up By 8 Percent in First Eight Months of 2016
  122. No Foreigner Can Own Land In Tanzania
  123. These Three Women Started A Law Firm — On Twitter!
  124. Planned Parenthood’s Courting Of Black Lives Matter — The Zenith Of Oxymorons
  125. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte Slams U.S. For “Killing Black People”
  126. Ten Historical Sites To Visit In Africa
  127. Australia: The Worst Place To Be An African Migrant
  128. Angola: Veteran Musician Kafala Dies
  129. South Africa: Hands Off Gordhan - Struggle Stalwarts
  130. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Returns From Dubai Amid Health Rumours
  131. Mozambique: 1.5 Million Drought Victims Face Food Insecurity
  132. South Africa: School Head Accused in 'Hair' Controversy
  133. Mozambique: Gunmen Kill Govt Officials in Sofala
  134. Ethiopia: 1,000 Flee for Sudan Following Clashes
  135. Ethiopia: 'Foreign Firms Attacked' As Ethiopia Protests Continue
  136. South Sudan: New Force Is for Protection Not 'Intervention' - UN
  137. Kenya: Union Demands Probe On Journalist's Death
  138. Tanzania/Nigeria: Iheanacho Wonder Strike Hands Super Eagles Victory
  139. Nigeria: Malnutrition Poses Greater Threat
  140. Nigeria: Permanent Secretary Dies 24 Hours After Swearing in
  141. Nigeria: Govt Reports Recession, Drop in Investment and Currency
  142. Africa: Facebook to Add More African Languages
  143. Egypt: Border With Gaza Opened for Two Days
  144. Egypt: Sisi Heads to China to Attend G20 Summit
  145. Africa: African Nations Endorse Trade Partnerships to Boost Growth
  146. Ku Klux Cops Pepper-Spray 84-Year-Old Woman After Kicking Down Her Door
  147. Nigeria: Oil Workers Threaten Fresh Strike
  148. Angela Corey, One Of The Vilest Prosecutors In America Is Ousted
  149. 2016 Deadliest Year On Record For Migrants Crossing Central Mediterranean
  150. 11 Ways To Make Money Doing Almost Nothing
  151. Japan’s Chequebook Diplomacy In Africa Lacks Sincerity
  152. Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs For Women
  153. Chicago Cop Murder Teen — Then Charge His Friend For The Murder
  154. Brush with law made me strong: Magaya
  155. To them, guardiola is a ferrari…
  156. Thousands lose money to Ponzi scheme
  157. Kenya endorses World Bank chief
  158. Soldiers deployed in Gabon capital
  159. Zanu-PF Youth League convenes
  160. Let’s support the historic Warriors
  161. Demonstrators: A very modest proposal
  162. Harare’s celebrity power couples
  163. Serena marches on
  164. Zambia: Concourt Set to Hear & Conclude Presidential Petition Today
  165. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Skating On Thin Ice
  166. Southern Africa: Drought-Ravaged SADC Grapples With Seed Shortages
  167. Mozambique: President Appoints IMF Official to Head National Bank
  168. Mozambique: Traditional Healers Deny Involvement in Albinism Murders
  169. Zimbabwe: Police Chief Chihuri Ordered to Reinstate Cops
  170. Malawi: Prophet Bushiri Writes Open Letter to President Mutharika
  171. Zimbabwe: Electoral Reform Mass Protest to Go Ahead - Opposition
  172. Ethiopia: Ethiopia, China Vow to Strengthen Trade, Investment Relations
  173. Uganda: Roads Authority in Counter Suit Against Dott Services
  174. Kenya: Former Cabinet Minister William Ole Ntimama Dies
  175. Tanzania: Ruling Party Says It Won't Engage Opposition Over Protests
  176. Ethiopia: Country Thrives to Achieve Remarkable Breakthrough in Tourism
  177. Nigeria: Govt, U.S.-Based Lawyer Bicker Over 40% Demand of Abacha's Loot
  178. Cameroon: In the Tracks of Boko Haram in Cameroon
  179. Ghana: 'Mahama's Govt Pocketing Your Money' - Akufo-Addo
  180. Nigeria: Boko Haram's Leader Shekau Is Dead, Insists Army
  181. Egypt: Govt Participates in Arab League's Economic and Social Council's Meetings in C
  182. Africa: Afrobasket U18 - Angola Play Tunisia in Quarter-Finals Friday
  183. Africa: V-Ball - U-19 Team in Tunis for Youth Africa Championships
  184. Egypt: Migrants Lured By Sex Into Backstreet Kidney Trade - Report
  185. Nigeria: Buhari Revives Jonathan's Agriculture Policy He Suspended
  186. Nigeria: Change Doesn't Come Easy, Buhari Tells Nigerians
  187. Nigeria: Another Nigerian Airline, First Nation, Suspends Operations
  188. Nigeria: Minister Denies Dismissing Economic Recession As a "Word"
  189. Nigeria: How N215 Billion Import Waiver Was Disbursed in 4 Years
  190. Woman Screams “Get Him Baby” As White Supremacist Thug Chase Down And Murder Black Te
  191. Here Is A List Of 23 Black-Owned Banks, Credit Unions And Financial Institutions To S
  192. Philadelphia Cop Exposed As White Supremacist With Ties To Neo-Nazis
  193. Black Hair, Sharp Scissors And The Totality Of White Power In South Africa
  194. America: The Empire Of Lies
  195. Ten Things About Gaddafi They Don’t Want You To Know
  196. White Live Matter Is A Hate Group
  197. Firimoni: A dull character that brightened ‘Gringo’
  198. Be innovative, public health institutions urged
  199. Police ban axes, demonstrations
  200. Sadc Summit snubs MDC-T, ZimPF
  201. Citizens to influence judges appointments
  202. Mnangagwa meets Junior Cabinet
  203. Zimbabwe experiences solar eclipse
  204. Public Service to recruit teachers
  205. Police intensify arms cache probe
  206. Sub-editor Gwaunza dies
  207. Namibia: Teachers to Vote Over Strike Next Week
  208. Zimbabwe: Tycoon Clears Air On Zinara Deal
  209. Zimbabwe: Did Another Call for a Total Shutdown Flops?
  210. Zimbabwe: Netherlands Unveils U.S.$3,9 Million Towards El Nino Effects
  211. South Africa: Finance Minister Denies Snubbing Police Unit
  212. South Africa: Household Credit Cycle One of the Weakest in History
  213. Zimbabwe: Arrested Suspected Protesters 'Demand' Nandos
  214. South Africa: Ramaphosa Brings Flavoured, Maximum Pleasure to Parliament
  215. Kenya: Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Lands in Nairobi
  216. Kenya: MPs Allowed to Propose Amendments to Elections Law
  217. Kenya: House Approves Kenya-UK Military Deal With Reservations
  218. Kenya: Bad Day for Zuckerberg As Spacex Failed Launch Destroys Facebook Satellite
  219. Nigeria: How We Will Get Nigeria Out of Recession - Govt
  220. Africa: Facebook Satellite Will Enable Entrepreneurs to Sell Express Wi-Fi
  221. Ghana: Ghana Loses $2.1 Billion to Tax Evasion Annually
  222. Africa: Liberia Tops List of 10 Worst Countries for Access to Primary School
  223. Nigeria: Govt Targets Officials Accused of Stealing Food From Boko Haram Victims
  224. Algeria: Algeria Withstands, Continues Reforms Despite Oil Market Collapse
  225. Algeria: Government's Approach Aims At Ensuring Continuity of Retirement System, Work
  226. Africa: Nuclear Tests - 20 Years After Its Adoption, the Test Ban Treaty Is Yet to Ge
  227. Egypt: Hayatou Congratulates New Egyptian FA President
  228. Egypt: Egyptian Cotton Loses Its Preeminence Even for Local Manufacturers - U.S. Repo
  229. Rwanda: Police Search for Missing Journalist
  230. Nigeria: Govt Renames Solid Minerals Ministry
  231. Nigeria: Buhari Appoints Head of Niger Delta Power Holding Company
  232. Nigeria: Central Bank Lift Forex Ban On 8 Banks
  233. Israel’s Police Chief: It’s ‘Natural’ To Suspect Ethiopian Jews To Be Criminals
  234. Little Girl Cries During Traffic Stop Because She Didn’t Want Cops To Murder Her Dad
  235. Thug Cops Who Assaulted Pregnant Teen, Claim They Were Fired For “Being White”
  236. White Supremacy In South Africa, And The African Girls Who Are Rejecting It
  237. Woman Who Accused Chris Brown Of Assault Is A Known Thief Wanted In New York?
  238. Hyped shutdown monumental flop • Business as usual citywide • Citizens arrest hoodlum
  239. Kereke prosecution fees pegged at $36k
  240. Ex Malawi minister jailed for murder
  241. Editorial Comment : Millers should invest in wheat farmers
  242. Dilma Rousseff impeached
  243. Website to speed up laws harmonisation
  244. Zim model gears up for Malaysia pageant
  245. Blow for warriors
  246. Zimplats bounces back to profitability
  247. Aussies beat Sri Lanka
  248. Zimbabwe: Boxing Champion Manyuchi Honoured
  249. Malawi: Is Govt Targeting President Mutharika's Critics?
  250. Malawi: U.S. Demand Return of Looted Aids Funds