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  1. Obama Backs Off Plan To Demilitarize Police After Meeting With Lobbyists
  2. Paedophile in the dock
  3. ZAOGA varsity’s law school gets nod
  4. Zhombe gold mine wrangle spills into court
  5. Dinha sworn in
  6. War vet Mahiya arrested
  7. Harare mayor’s secretary dies
  8. Herald, reporter scoop inaugural Lowveld awards
  9. Zim sits on $9bn ivory
  10. Women’s League congratulates First Lady
  11. Mozambique: Renamo Attacks Health Centre in Niassa Province
  12. Zimbabwe: President Meets War Vets
  13. Angola: Police Torture in Angola - the Persecution of Matata
  14. Tanzania/Zimbabwe: Zimbabwean Kangwa Grabs the Heart of Azam Managers
  15. Mozambique: Truck Drivers Injured During Alleged Renamo Ambush
  16. South Africa: Why the Battle for Nelson Mandela Bay Has Captured Attention
  17. South Africa: How Tiny Black Spots Shed Light On Part of the Homo Naledi Mystery
  18. Zimbabwe: Dismantling Zimbabwe's 'Deep State'
  19. Somalia: Ex-MP Behind Mogadishu UN and Airport Suicide Attack
  20. Kenya: Lamu Residents Hit With Famine Receive Govt Relief Food
  21. Tanzania: Police Officer Jailed 15 Years for Killing Television Journalist
  22. Kenya: Fighting Fire With Fire Is Unlikely to Stem Student Unrest
  23. Uganda: Police to Use Poop Tear Gas
  24. Nigeria: Senate Screens Ambassadorial Nominees
  25. Nigeria: Nuclear Scientists to Probe Suspected Uranium Deaths in Adamawa
  26. Nigeria: How to 'Pad' the Nigerian Budget and Be a Billionaire
  27. Nigeria: Boko Haram Had Ties With Al-Qaeda - Jonathan Govt Report
  28. Nigeria: Central Bank Raises Interest Rate to 14 Percent
  29. Algeria: President Appoints New Members of Constitutional Council
  30. South Africa: 57 Kids Trafficked From Malawi
  31. Algeria: Mining Railway Modernization Project Worth DZD50 Billion Entrusted to Public
  32. Western Sahara: UN Security Council Calls for Resumption of Polisario-Morocco Talks
  33. Tunisia: Digital Revolution Opens Up Education
  34. White Trump Supporter Goes On Verbal Tirade Against Woman Who Refused To Give Up Her
  35. The Renaissance Dam In Ethiopia And A Similar Turkish Case
  36. School Bus Driver Pleads Guilty To Raping Student, Gets No Jail Time
  37. White Judge Throws Black Attorney In Jail For Wearing Black Lives Matter Pin
  38. Morocco Wants To Rejoin African Union After 32 Years
  39. Police Commander Suspended For Fabricating Report About The Attempted Murder Of Charl
  40. Senators blast corruption in Govt
  41. Judge Allows White Supremacist To Cover His Nazi Tattoos So Jurors Can Treat Him Fair
  42. Masvingo to host Zanu-PF indaba
  43. Tour de Tuli move camp over SI64
  44. Zim wildlife conservation systems hailed
  45. Soldiers receive July salaries
  46. Climate change manual for extension officers
  47. President meets war vets today
  48. ‘No Zim national on death row in Indonesia’
  49. Dema plant adds 100MW to grid
  50. Namibia: Namibian Bull Crowned Best Brahman in the World
  51. Zimra probes vehicle imports
  52. Angola: Police Torture in Angola - the Death of Flávio Carizo
  53. Zimbabwe: Chinese Bank Avails $77 Million for Health
  54. Malawi: HIV-Infected Man Hired to Have Sex With Children
  55. Mozambique: Myth-Busting Helpline Tries to Tackle HIV/Aids
  56. South Africa: Nation Can Expect No Growth, Problems Largely Homemade
  57. Malawi: Students Accuse Police of Assault
  58. Zimbabwe: How Long Can Mugabe Survive Without War Veterans?
  59. Ethiopia: Farmer Protests Leave City Covered in Trash
  60. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Claims Deadly Bombings Against AU Troops
  61. Kenya: Obama's Half Brother Malik 'Frustrated' With Him
  62. Kenya: 9.2m Kenyans 'Yet to Register' As Voters
  63. Nigeria: Several Akwa Ibom Children Reported Missing After Pipeline Explosion
  64. Ethiopia: Agency Gets Tough On Dormant Commercial Farms
  65. Nigeria: Govt Records 55% Half-Year Revenue Shortfall
  66. Nigeria: Presidency Proposes U.S.$42.5 Oil Price Benchmark for 2017
  67. Nigeria: Shehu of Bama's Wife, Daughter Rescued From Insurgents
  68. Nigeria: Buhari Challenges FIFA On Reforms, Warns Football Federation
  69. Egypt: Egyptian Delegation in Russia to Discuss Plane Crash Investigation Results
  70. Algeria: 'Beyond Bollywood', Indian Splendid Culture Opens Opera of Algiers Season
  71. Egypt: Egypt's Central Bank Keeps Pound Stable At 8.78 Per Dollar
  72. Algeria: 27th Arab Summit - Call for Political Resolution of Conflicts, Development o
  73. Egypt: Authorities Disperse Protest Against Enforced Disappearances
  74. Tanzania: Prominent Businessman in Court Over Tax Evasion
  75. Tanzania: Govt Pledges to Fund Studies to Tackle Health Challenges
  76. Tanzania: Magufuli to Move Govt From Dar es Salaam to Dodoma
  77. Tanzania: Magufuli Calls for Peace As Country Celebrates Heroes Day
  78. Uganda: Court Throws Out Case Against Besigye and Kampala Mayor
  79. Uganda: Govt May Use Social Security Fund to Bail Out Indebted 'Tycoons'
  80. Ghana: Heavy Rains Displaces Hundreds in Upper East
  81. Nigeria: Military Readies Major Offensive Against Niger Delta Militants If Talks Fail
  82. Egypt: Egypt Keen to Revive Tourism By Luring More Chinese Tourists
  83. Algeria: Messahel Discusses With Mauritanian Foreign Minister
  84. Nigeria: Oliseh Accuses Mikel, Enyeama of Sabotage
  85. Nigeria: Why Babangida Removed Me From Power - Buhari Reveals 31-Year-Old Secret
  86. Algeria: Craft Industry - Algeria Takes Part in 'Global Village' in Dubai
  87. Algeria: Bedoui Urges Prefects to Launch High Yield Projects
  88. Algeria: Algeria, U.S. to Renew Scientific and Technological Cooperation Agreement
  89. All set for Marondera Music Awards
  90. $500m maize scheme on cards
  91. Huge send-off for Team Zim
  92. Prosecution appeals Kereke sentence
  93. JSC appoints Masvingo High Court judges
  94. Call for Permican Awards submissions
  95. SMEs to hold biometric registration indaba
  96. Hwange partner commits $7m to new power plant
  97. Competition revitalises Macheso shows
  98. UN avails 20,6m euros for re-industrialisation
  99. Zimbabwe: Former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation Boss to Stand Trial
  100. Zimbabwe: Did War Veterans Disown Communique?
  101. Africa: Tanzania-Zambia Railways Wins 18m Litres Fuel Order Deal
  102. Zimbabwe: Spotlight On Govt, China Mega Deals
  103. Zimbabwe: Surprise As Veterans Join Growing Anti-Mugabe Movement
  104. Malawi: Pressure Mounts On President to Fire Seven Ministers
  105. Africa: Vaginal Ring Reduces HIV Infection By 75 Percent - Study
  106. Uganda: Police Re-Arrest Besigye
  107. Africa: Warnings As World Aids Conference Ends
  108. Uganda: Opposition Says Besigye's Defiance Can't Dislodge Museveni
  109. Uganda: Former Govt Officials Named in Pension Scam Court
  110. Nigeria: Aisha Buhari Launches Project On Child Nutrition
  111. Rwanda: Amavubi's Midfielder Buteera Delighted After Signing New Deal With APR
  112. Rwanda: AS Kigali Sign Ex-APR Midfielder Kabange Twite
  113. Africa: Rwanda Has Risen to the Top of Africa
  114. Ex-ZBC boss to stand trial on August 2
  115. Salvation Army leader hails ‘peaceful Zimbabweans’
  116. SA mall investor to assess bond notes impact
  117. Jah Prayzah shoots video in Monaco
  118. UNIDO to support Zim industrialisation
  119. Of artful mangers, professionalism
  120. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Be wary of West’s recipe for chaos
  121. Realign Parly rules with Constitution: Mudenda
  122. Wanted man!
  123. Zimbabwe: NetOne Audit Raises Stink
  124. How colonialism shaped Zim literature
  125. Zimbabwe: CEOs Must Lead Financial Inclusion Efforts
  126. Zimbabwe: Fuel Prices Go Up
  127. Zimbabwe: Chatara, Mawoyo Doubtful for First Test
  128. Zimbabwe: Bank to Launch Product in Support of Women
  129. South Africa: Whites Feel the Pain of Poverty, Too
  130. Kenya: Ladema Wins Bronze Medal in Men's 5,000m
  131. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Told to Learn From Fallen Gaddafi
  132. Kenya: Okoth's Late Strike Steers Gor Past Nairobi City Stars
  133. Tanzania: Govt Hands Out Cash to Help Its Very Poorest Kickstart Businesses
  134. South Sudan: Opposition Replaces Missing Leader Machar
  135. Nigeria: Abuja-Kaduna Rail Line Inauguration On July 26
  136. Nigeria: Army Ambush, Kill 2 Boko Haram Members in Sambisa
  137. Nigeria: Ekere Mounts the Saddle At NDDC
  138. Egypt: Solar Aircraft Leaves For UAE
  139. Nigeria: Govt Lifts Headscarf Ban in Lagos Schools
  140. Egypt: 75.7 Per Cent Success Rate in Egypt's Thanaweya Amma - Education Minister
  141. Africa: Holders Nigeria Dumped By Sudan - Egypt, South Africa Through
  142. Malawi: President Fails to Attend Scheduled Egyptian Cultural Night
  143. Zambia/Kenya: Zambia Under-17 Thrash Kenya
  144. South Africa: Debunking the Myth of Violent Crime in SA
  145. Angola: Parliament Passes Wildlife Law
  146. Zambia: Rhumba Star Koffi Olomide Faces Resistance On Zambia Visit
  147. Zimbabwe: Child Hunger and Death Rising Due to Drought, Charity Says
  148. South Africa: Facts Show Nation Has Not Become More Violent Since Democracy
  149. Mozambique: The Perfect Storm - Mozambique's Compounding Crises
  150. Tanzania: Successful Surgery Marks Major Milestone in Tanzania
  151. Mozambique: Refugees Stuck Between Somewhere and Nowhere
  152. South Sudan: Former Rebel Gets Ultimatum to Return From Exile
  153. Kenya: Koffi Olomide Deported After Assaulting Dancer
  154. Somalia: Blast Targets Peacekeeers
  155. Mali: Fighting in Northern Mali Threatens Peace Deal
  156. Ghana: MPs Pooh-Pooh November 7 Date
  157. West Africa: Ghana Hosts 1st Ecowas Industrial Summit
  158. Sudan/Nigeria: Flying Eagles Fails to Qualify for U-20 Afcon
  159. Mali: Up to 20 Dead As Fighting Threatens Peace Deal
  160. Algeria: Minurso - Polisario Urges Security Council to Take Action
  161. Africa: African Troops Settled Britain in 3rd Century
  162. Egypt: Four People Missing At Sea After Boat Capsized
  163. Libya: UN Authorizes Offshore Disposal Chemical Weapons
  164. Tunisia: Activists Oppose Law That Would Grant Amnesty to Corruption
  165. Race Soldiers Have Been Infiltrating Police Departments For Years – FBI Report
  166. KKK Grand Wizard David Duke To Run For Senate: ‘My Time Has Come’
  167. NYPD Officer Punished For Not Targeting Black Men
  168. Obama White House Moves To Reauthorize Military Equipment For Killer Cops
  169. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Well done Black Caps, now let’s enjoy some Test cricket!
  170. Kili and the missing model
  171. Death row prisoner goes berserk
  172. Graduates: Where are the two million jobs?
  173. What’s your sneakers style?
  174. Drama clubs in competition
  175. Zim leads prevention agenda in ESA region
  176. Mawarire is no saint
  177. IMF chief Lagarde to stand trial
  178. Biggest losers: When kept man are dumped
  179. Zimbabwe: Vice President Mphoko Moving to $2 Million Mansion
  180. Zimbabwe: War Vets Fiercely Attack Mugabe
  181. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Nephew Minister Ordered Out of Parliament
  182. Zimbabwe: Govt to Take Over the Late Mujuru Linked Diamond Company
  183. Nigeria: Future Nigeria, South Africa Arms Deals Will Be On Govt-to-Govt Basis
  184. Africa: We Have Penises! We Have Vaginas!
  185. Africa: #Aids2016 - the Gains, the Gaps, the Next Global Steps
  186. South Africa: Radio Debate On Lonmin Deal Shut Down
  187. Uganda: Lawyers Urge Court Cannot Try Suspects in 2014 Muslim Clerics Killing
  188. Uganda: Former Govt Official Disowns Police Statement on Pension Scam
  189. Uganda: Govt Plans a Total Overhaul of the Constitution
  190. Tanzania: Zanzibar's Opposition Accuses Police of Harassing Supporters
  191. Mauritius: Science and Technology Drivers of Sustained Economic Growth - President
  192. Nigeria: Tackling Low Life Expectancy
  193. Nigeria: Appeal Court Gives Nod to Muslim Students to Wear Hijab in Lagos Schools
  194. Nigeria: President Buhari Confirms Talks With Niger Delta Militants
  195. Nigeria: Sex Scandal - No Concrete Evidence Against Lawmakers - Foreign Minister
  196. Tunisia/Cameroon: Cameroon in Tunisia for AFCON U20
  197. Nigeria: Abuja-Kaduna Railway Ready for Flag-Off - Transport Minister
  198. Libya: Refugee Boat Found With 22 Dead Bodies Off the Coast
  199. Libya: Libyans Protest At French Special Forces Presence
  200. Libya: Tripoli Condemns French Military Involvement
  201. Rwanda: FIBA Africa U-18 - Egyptian Star Admits Team 'Under Pressure'
  202. Chunga rallies Harare City
  203. So much SI64, so little Sadc
  204. ZCC Mbugo: An inviolable religious beacon
  205. Chevrons name their men
  206. MBCA launches women’s client value proposition
  207. Arts stakeholders map way forward
  208. Manufacturing sector’s capacity utilisation stable: CZI
  209. Editorial Comment: Zanu-PF youth march set bar too high
  210. Trust Bank directors face litigation
  211. ZCC celebrates 40th anniversary
  212. Malawi: Doctor Wins Paediatric HIV Research Grant
  213. Angola: Parliament Approves Amnesty Bill
  214. South Africa: Prosecuting Authority to Appeal Pistorius Sentence
  215. Angola: National Oil Company's Billion Dollar Headache
  216. Mozambique: New Peace Talks Begin
  217. South Africa: All HIV Positive Inmates to Receive Treatment
  218. Zimbabwe: As Mugabe Fights for His Political Future, Why Is China So Silent?
  219. South Africa: Condom Manufacturing Plant to Create Jobs
  220. Africa: Tanzania to Review Passport Law in Response to AU Move
  221. Africa: Key Opposition Leaders Back Kiir Rejection of AU Troop Deployment
  222. Ethiopia: Policies Being Implemented to Reverse Brain Drain to Brain Gain - Ministry
  223. Uganda: Leading the Poor Is Painful - Bishop
  224. Nigeria: Economy - Senate Worries, Summons Adeosun Today
  225. Tanzania: Govt Hires Experts to Restore National Airline's Lost Glory
  226. Nigeria: Avengers Warns NUPENG, Pengassan, Foreigners to Leave Oil Fields
  227. Mali: Govt Declares State of Emergency After Attack On Soldiers
  228. Nigeria: Search Is On Again For New Super Eagles Coach
  229. Malawi: Sports and Culture Minister Inaugurates 2nd Egypt Cultural Week
  230. Mali: Surge in Violence Hits Aid Delivery to Millions in Mali - Agencies
  231. Libya: France Confirms Three Soldiers Killed in Libya
  232. Libya: Soldiers Killed in Benghazi Helicopter Crash
  233. Confirmation bias: Why we believe social media falsehoods
  234. Editorial Comment: Telecoms rules give consumers relief
  235. Black caps in town
  236. Tanganda targets $22m revenue increase
  237. Tsoko Gallery presents ‘Beyond the Body’ exhibition
  238. Artistes mourn theatre veteran Sekuru Rego
  239. DPC says deposit insurance tops $15m
  240. Miss World Zim extends auditions
  241. Call for minimum production levels for farmers
  242. Fourie set to leave Innscor Africa
  243. Zimbabwe: The Day I Got Over My Crush - Not So Lady Squanda
  244. Botswana: Venson-Moitoi's AU Bid Fails
  245. Zimbabwe: Activist Pastor Sponsored By Foreign Countries - Mugabe
  246. Southern Africa: Leaders Must Act Now to Stop Hunger in the Region
  247. Zimbabwe: Teachers Demand Pay Rise, Threaten Strike
  248. South Africa: Landmark Ruling Provides Legal Clarity for Women's Right to Tenure On F
  249. South Africa: #Aids2016 - Transwoman Fights for Sex Workers' Rights
  250. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Marches Against Anti-Govt Protests