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  1. Uganda: Besigye Not Defiant Enough - Opposition Leaders
  2. Africa: Disabled Cry for Inclusion Towards Ending HIV Epidemic
  3. South Africa: We're Prepared to Take Up Arms - Malema
  4. Zimbabwe: Over 9 000 Workers Dismissed in 2015
  5. Zimbabwe: First Successfully Separated Conjoined Twins Turn Two
  6. Namibia: Notorious Fugitive Re-Arrested in Zambia
  7. South Africa: The Concourt Has Done Its Work, but Politics Remains Messy
  8. Zimbabwe: School Girl, 7, Reveals Own Rape in Essay
  9. Malawi: Contractor Attacked for Not Paying Salaries
  10. Zimbabwe: Man Impregnants Six Pupils, Arrested for Diamond Possession, Kidnapping
  11. It’s a funeral, not a pity party!
  12. Zimbabwe: One side black, the other side bright
  13. Tête-à-tête with Audrey
  14. Costa is a wanted man
  15. Define your casual wear
  16. Editorial Comment: Our love for sport goes beyond football
  17. The Mbare ‘treasure’ hunt . . . World War II tunnels spark interest
  18. Daily News is back to old love
  19. Zim poised for agric revolution
  20. ‘Mash Central is a one-party province’
  21. Nigeria: Army VS Shiites - Amnesty Int'l Accuses Army of Mass Slaughter
  22. Nigeria: Thousands of Nigerians in Refugee Camps in Cameroon Are Traumatized - U.S.
  23. Nigeria: Rescuing Chibok Girls Still Our Priority - U.S. Envoy
  24. Algeria: Louh Insists in New York On Means for Limiting Drug Supply
  25. Algeria: Louh, Nigerian Minister Mustapha Abdallah Discuss Fight Against Drug and Cri
  26. Egypt: President Sisi Calls for Applying Law On Citizens or Policemen
  27. Egypt: Country Keen to Boost Cooperation With U.S
  28. Egypt: Sisi, Iraqi PM Discuss Iraqi Developments Over Phone
  29. Africa: Switch Off the Lights, We're Voting
  30. Nigeria: Army Dissociates Self From Planned Celebration of Boko Haram 'Success'
  31. Nigeria: No Decision Yet On 2016 Budget Signing - Govt
  32. Nigeria: Shell Officials to Appear in Court Over Alleged Building Code Violation
  33. Nigeria: We'll Stand By Saraki to the End of His Corruption Trial - Senators
  34. Africa: Slave States - a Story of Survival in the Gulf
  35. Tanzania: Magufuli Faces Tough Test on Anti-Graft Campaign
  36. South Sudan: Machar Says Blocked From Juba
  37. East Africa: 500 Dead in Mediterranean Tragedy - UN
  38. Zambia: Uneasy Calm Returns to Lusaka After Two Days of Riots
  39. Zimbabwe: USAID Mobilises U.S $20 Million for Food Aid
  40. Southern Africa: SADC Pinned Over Sexual Minority Rights
  41. Namibia: Verdict On Ruling Party Expulsions Out Tomorrow
  42. South Africa: South African Music Awards - Who Made the Cut?
  43. South Africa: Anti-Corruption Unit Results in Hundreds of Criminal Investigations
  44. Zambia: President Issues Special Security Order After Riots
  45. Malawi: Yellow Fever Scare - 'No Need to Panic' Says Health Ministry
  46. Stop destructive course, West told
  47. Join hands to fight graft: Mnangagwa
  48. Govt to refurbish major hospitals
  49. Manyenyeni goes to High Court
  50. I will not quit, says Kasukuwere
  51. Enter joint ventures, Arda told
  52. Tobacco farmers rake in $50m
  53. Parly endorses Gwanda varsity
  54. ‘Britain must pay us back’
  55. Siamese twins turn two
  56. President Mugabe Arrives In New York
  57. Slave States – A Story Of Survival In The Gulf
  58. Zimbabwe: Panic In Govt As Chinese Citizens Loot The Economy
  59. If Africa Is On Your 2016 Travel List, Check Out This List Of African Destinations
  60. Officials Finally Facing Criminal Charges For Covering Up Flint’s Water Poisoning
  61. One Of Africa’s Richest Woman Accuse Portugal Of Bias In BPI Bid
  62. Tanzania/Tunisia: We Lost to a Better Team - Azam
  63. Nigeria: Groups Want Govt to Punish Corruption in Oil, Gas Industry
  64. Nigeria: Key Evidence Against Saraki Burnt in Nigerian Bank - Witness
  65. Nigeria: Scores Injured, Houses Burnt in Plateau Communal Clash
  66. Zimbabwe: President Arrives in New York
  67. Western Sahara: UN Warns of 'Full Scale War' if Mission not Restored
  68. Algeria: UN Chief Slams Morocco in Latest Report On Western Sahara
  69. Tanzania/Egypt: Tall Order for Yanga in Egypt
  70. Morocco: Western Sahara - AU Denounces Expulsion of Minurso Members From Morocco
  71. Uganda/Tunisia: Rabat Leave Nothing to Chance Ahead of SC Villa Return Leg
  72. Cameroon: US Ambassador to UN Pledges U.S.$40 Million to Aid Lake Chad Region
  73. Nigeria: Saraki's Defence Team Picks Holes in Witness' Testimony
  74. Nigeria: The Who and How of Pirates Threatening the Nollywood Industry
  75. Sierra Leone: Fishermen Accuse of Spilling Petrol On Fish Catch for Preservation
  76. Nigeria: Preach and Be Damned?
  77. Ethiopia: Cash From Any ATM, Begining Today
  78. Uganda: Museveni Demands to Meet Aine
  79. Uganda: Opposition Leader Besigye Arrested Again
  80. Uganda: High Court Cancels Former Cranes Coach's 10-Year Sentence
  81. Kenya: Lupita Was Inspired By Her Mother for "Jungle Book" Role
  82. Mozambique: IMF Suspends Standby Credit Facility Loan
  83. South Africa: Cell C Chief Sparks Controversy Over Radio Comments
  84. South Africa: Protesters Arrested at Rhodes University
  85. Southern Africa: SADC MPs Delighted Over Proposed Child Marriage Law
  86. Mozambique: Renamo Official Shot
  87. South Africa: Battle to Stop Marijuana Spraying
  88. Mozambique: Second Former Ambassador Charged With Embezzlement
  89. Mozambique: Investors Demand Climate of Peace - Nyusi
  90. Human emotion dominant motif in Nicole’s artwork
  91. Zesa renovates power evacuation system
  92. ‘Africa can use own resources to bridge infrastructure gap’
  93. Shumbaman preaches unity in new single
  94. Allied Timbers resumes production
  95. Hwange workers want management overhaul
  96. President arrives in New York
  97. Editorial Comment: Dualisation of Masvingo highway long overdue
  98. Chief Justice orders stop to ivory trial
  99. Reflections on the Mbeki articles and what next
  100. Five Cops Plead Guilty To Murdering Black People After Hurricane Katrina
  101. This Is How Much The Obamas Made In 2015 – Tax Return Released!
  102. According To This Demented Author Thomas Jefferson Raping Sally Hemings Was A Love St
  103. This Is Why Aliko Dangote Is Africa’s “King” Of Cement
  104. Criminal Charges Filed Against Three People In Flint Water Crisis
  105. Resort Owner In South Africa Asked Black Teen To Leave Pool In Respect For Whites
  106. South Africa: White Terrorist Who Planned To Kill Black People Seeking Bail
  107. Nigeria: Court Rejects Secret Trial of Dasuki for Illegal Possession of Arms
  108. Nigeria: Govt to Setup National Emergency Response System
  109. Nigeria: Former Ruling Party Shuts Down Official Twitter Handle Account
  110. Egypt: Two Italian MPs Rule Out Involvement of Egyptian Govt in Murder of Giulio Rege
  111. Rwanda: Beach Volleyball - Egypt Shatters Rwanda's Olympic Dream
  112. Egypt: Sisi Asserts Importance of Investing Distinguished Relations Binding Egypt, Fr
  113. Egypt: Alex Shipyard Celebrates Launching Gowind
  114. Egypt: Egypt Offers Assistance to Uganda to Avert Effects of Floods
  115. Africa: Continent Can Accelerate Growth Despite Commodities Slowdown
  116. Africa: Kofi Annan to African Leaders - Leave When Your Time Is Up
  117. Liberia: Weah Among 'Lowest' Performing Lawmakers - Report
  118. Mali: Addressing Sexual Violence Central to Mali Peace Process - UN Envoy
  119. Africa: US Envoy's Motorcade Hits and Kills Boy in Cameroon
  120. Uganda: Opposition Leader Besigye Arrested Again
  121. Kenya: Time to Stop Preventable Deaths of Mothers, Children
  122. Tanzania: Zanzibar's Shein Appoints New Government Heads
  123. South Africa: Ruling Party Can't Hide Its Divisions
  124. Africa: South African Minister Raises Eyebrows Over Patents
  125. Angola: Police Fire On Students
  126. Zimbabwe: Accident Victims Pay Upfront for Oxygen, Blood Transfusion
  127. South Africa: Student Movement Splinters As Patriarchy Muscles Out Diversity
  128. Southern Africa: Why Little-Known Humpback Dolphins Need Protection
  129. Malawi: Muluzi Case Halted As Co-Accused Collapses in Court
  130. Zambia: George Residents Target Foreign Nationals
  131. Jinya takes over as BAZ president
  132. Miss Schools saga rages on
  133. Editorial Comment: Save girl child from too early parenthood
  134. Minister hails Dereck Mpofu
  135. Zim annual inflation sheds 0,09pc
  136. Legislate internal devaluation: CZI
  137. END OF AN ERROR . . . DeMbare call time on Silva’s show . . . Portuguese coach to be
  138. All set for Music and Food festival
  139. Indigenisation and manufactured confusion
  140. Highway patrol or highway robbery? . . . Traffic cop demands $30 bribe for ‘free pass
  141. Thug Cop Threatens Child On School Bus: Don’t Smile Or I’ll Drag You To The F*cking P
  142. No Prison Time For Thug Cop Peter Liang Who Murdered Akai Gurley
  143. Over 500 African Migrants Drown In Mediterranean Sea
  144. The Real Thieves: Cops Took More Stuff From People Than Burglars Did Last Year
  145. Will Drought Fuel Water Conflict Between Egypt And Ethiopia?
  146. Commitment – The Gantt Report
  147. Nigeria: How Saraki Used Different Bank Drafts to Buy Properties in Lagos - Witness
  148. Nigeria: Why Saraki Must Attend Corruption Trial Everyday - Tribunal
  149. Egypt: Human Rights Help Anti-Terror Fight, Hollande Tells Sisi On Visit
  150. Egypt: Egypt Court Sentences Journalist to Five Years for Broadcasting False News
  151. Libya: Government of National Accord to Take Over Its First Ministries
  152. Egypt: President Hollande's Visit to Egypt
  153. Africa: Lampedusa 1 Year On - EU Still Failing to Deal With Migration Crisis As Death
  154. West Africa: Strict Laws Drive Women to Dangerous, Illegal Abortions
  155. Nigeria: 363,000 Companies Never Paid Any Tax - Finance Minister
  156. Nigeria: Saraki's Supporters Besiege Tribunal As Trial Resumes
  157. Gambia: Govt Defends Arrests of Opposition Leader and Supporters
  158. Nigeria: Why Justice Must Be Done for Chibok Girls - Ezekwesili
  159. Ethiopia: 200 People Dead, 100 Children Missing
  160. Kenya: The Taboo of Mental Illness in Kenya
  161. Somalia: More Than 200 Somalis Drowned in Mediterranean
  162. Kenya: It Really Is About Dicks
  163. Kenya: Universities Must Open Up Their Budgets to Scrutiny
  164. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Back in Court
  165. Zimbabwe: Matebeleland Residents Demand Compensation For Killings
  166. Angola: Can the IMF Help Angola Deepen Its Reform Agenda?
  167. Namibia: Woman Dies After 13 Years in a Coma
  168. Zimbabwe: Villagers Arrested for Growing Marijuana
  169. Malawi: Water Crisis Hits Lilongwe
  170. South Africa: Reality Bites ANC At Manifesto Launch
  171. Malawi: El Nino Drought Forces Govt to Declare a Food Emergency
  172. Mtukudzi in no show
  173. Financial closure for Hwange by H2
  174. Artistes should unite for charity – Macheso
  175. Mealie Brand to open branch in Zambia
  176. Let’s shun corruption, regionalism, nepotism
  177. Aggreko signs 3-year power deal
  178. Ballet fashion show on cards
  179. Gamecocks show class
  180. RBZ orders banks to extend RTGS processing period
  181. Beyonce unveils ‘Lemonade’ amid album speculation
  182. Nigeria: 2016 Budget - Heads May Roll As Presidency Uncovers More Infractions
  183. Nigeria: Why I Reported Wizkid to the Police - Linda Ikeji
  184. Nigeria: Troops Discover Boko Haram Ammunition 'Grave' in Borno
  185. Nigeria: Again, Shiites Demand Release of Leader, Zakzaky
  186. Nigeria: Labour Congress, Civic Groups Advise Senate Not to Amend Anti-Corruption Law
  187. We Are At War!
  188. Angola/Morocco: Morocco Crush Angola to Go Top
  189. Nigeria: Army Discovers Large Cache of Stored Boko Haram Weapons
  190. Gambia: UN Chief Calls for Release of Detained Protesters
  191. Gambia: Opposition Figure Dies in Detention
  192. Senegal: Refugee Crisis - Senegalese Return From Italy
  193. Nigeria: Nasarawa United Pull Out of Relegation Zone
  194. Kenya: No Kenyan Shall Stand Trial Again in the Hague - Kenyatta
  195. Ethiopia: 'Heavily Armed Group' Kill Dozens in Gambella
  196. Tanzania: All Eyes On Magufuli's First Budget
  197. Somalia: Gunmen Kill Cleaning Lady Working for UN Office
  198. Ethiopia: South Sudanese Gunmen Kill Scores of Civilians
  199. Mozambique: President Nyusi Urges Renamo to Disarm
  200. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Now a Grandad
  201. Zimbabwe: Boot Mugabe and Zanu-PF Out, Says Madhuku's NCA
  202. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Vs Mujuru - Protest March Kicks Off Numbers Game
  203. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe and State Capture
  204. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Rolls Up Sleeves
  205. Zimbabwe: Two Load Diamonds Into Sacks, Jailed
  206. Zambia: Girl Power! Linda Kasonde Becomes First Female Laz President
  207. President meets Anglican leader
  208. Minister wants mandatory sentence for litterbugs
  209. Beitbridge crash: 3 bodies still to be identified
  210. Nation urged to defend independence
  211. MWANJALI, GUTU ARRESTED . . . CAPS United duo in alleged nightclub brawl
  212. ZPC gears for winter demand
  213. We want beer on campus: UZ students
  214. No golden handshake for sacked ZBC boss
  215. Celebrating Uhuru through song
  216. Editorial Comment: Youths must heed President’s advice
  217. Egypt: Journalists Injured, Harassed Covering Protests
  218. Zambia/Tunisia: Chama Hat-Trick Powers Zambia to Opening Victory
  219. Egypt/Libya: Egypt, Libya in Barren Stalemate
  220. Nigeria: Army Repels Boko Haram Attack, Rescues Hostages
  221. Nigeria: Govt Told to Ensure Timely Release of Routine Immunization Fund
  222. Nigeria: Women Center Boss Didn't Die of Accident, Says Official
  223. Mali: Tributes Pour in for Pioneering Photographer Malick Sidibe
  224. Nigeria: Navy Launches Massive Operation to Secure N/Delta
  225. Somalia: Gunmen Attack Bus
  226. Somalia: AU Troops Kill 80 Year-Old, 3 Other Unarmed Civilians in Bus Attack
  227. Kenya: Journalists Criticise Police After Reporter's Arrest
  228. Kenya: Farm Technology Helps Clean Up Nairobi's Drinking Water
  229. Kenya: Lack of Justice for Victims Is No Cause for Celebration
  230. South Africa: Civil Society Organisations Rally Against Zuma
  231. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Under Fire Over Daughter Giving Birth in Singapore
  232. Zimbabwe: Many Killed in Deadly Bus Crash
  233. Malawi: Main Airport Blacklisted
  234. Malawi: Will Prophet Bushiri Help Drought-Hit Malawi With Maize
  235. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Flexes Political Muscle
  236. Malawi: Mozambican Asylum-Seekers in Malawi Relocated
  237. Africa: Africa, TPP, and TTIP: Integration or Isolation?
  238. Western Sahara: Western Sahara's Moment in the Sun
  239. Libya: New Study Reveals Heavy Weapons for Sale On Social Media in Libya
  240. Egypt: Police Arrest Dozens of Protestors
  241. Algeria: Bensalah Meets With Iranian President in Istanbul
  242. Nigeria: Court Dismisses Saraki's Application
  243. Nigeria: Fayose Writes Chinese Govt to Stop Nigeria's Loan Request
  244. Nigeria: Boko Haram Offering Different Groups of Chibok Girls for Ransom
  245. Cote d'Ivoire: Drogba Threatens Legal Action Over Attacks On His Charity
  246. Nigeria: What's Behind Children Being Cast As Witches
  247. Somalia: Nation Is Still Fragile, but Fragile Is Progress
  248. Somalia: Al Shabaab Now Recruiting in Kenya
  249. Kenya: Chase Bank Attracts Five Suitors
  250. Uganda: MPs Pass Income Tax Bill to Exempt Them From Taxes on Allowances