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  1. 10 Mega Infrastructure Projects In Africa Funded By China
  2. An Unlikely Space Race Is Springing Up In Africa
  3. Nigeria: Music Crooner Olumuyiwa Osinuga Dies
  4. Nigeria: Queens College Sets Up Panel to Investigate Alleged Sexual Harassment
  5. Nigeria: Buhari Promises 10,000 Megawatts of Electricity
  6. Nigeria: Obasanjo Blasts Britain, France for Stoking Conflicts in Africa
  7. Kenya: Britons Fined for Taking Photos of Planes At Airport
  8. South Africa: Zuma Warns Against Racists Who Use Art
  9. Zimbabwe: Exports Down 13 Percent
  10. South Africa: Deputy President Cancels Trip Over Faulty Plane
  11. South Africa: Nation Marks Human Rights Day
  12. South Africa: Commercial Operation of Solar De Aar an Achievement for SA
  13. Zimbabwe: Mugabe 'Carrying the Cross Just Like Our Jesus Christ'
  14. South Africa: Taxi Boss Gunned Down in Joburg
  15. Zambia: Legendary Kalusha Bwalya Loses Soccer Presidency
  16. MDC-T rallies flop
  17. Businessman withdraws ZEGU suit
  18. Govt sets up anti-trafficking body
  19. NetOne bosses owe firm $11m
  20. Trump, Cruz mock Obama after Castro airport ‘snub’
  21. Let’s protect the girl child — First Lady
  22. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Spot cash ban makes economic sense
  23. ‘It’s a banana skin’
  24. Zuma bemoans racism, white capital
  25. Five African states hold peaceful polls
  26. Are Police Shootings Really Lynchings? Here Is The Sad Truth
  27. Crying 6-Year-Old Put In Handcuffs At School – Wait Until You See Why
  28. Viral Video Explains How Elites Have Used Racism To Divide And Rule… In 3 Minutes
  29. A Proxy War Between Ethiopia And Egypt: Africa’s 700 Billion Dollar Problem Waiting T
  30. The Wrong Crowd – The Gantt Report
  31. Libya: Health System in a State of Hidden Crisis
  32. Tunisia: Fire Exchange Between Security Forces and Terrorists Near Ben Guerdane
  33. West Africa: Saharawi FM Vehemently Condemns Morocco's Decision to Reduce Minurso Per
  34. Algeria: Air Traffic Controllers Strike in France - Air Algerie Reduces Flights to 5
  35. Algeria: President Bouteflika - Algerian People Has to Be Vigilant for Safeguarding C
  36. Liberia: Former U.S. Official Clarifies 'Derogatory' Liberia-Ukraine Comparison
  37. Nigeria: Fighter Jets Pound Boko Haram Base in Yobe
  38. Nigeria: Power Situation in Nigeria No Longer Laughing Matter - Buhari
  39. Nigeria: Court Grants Bail to Ese Oruru's Alleged Abductor
  40. Nigeria: Buhari Tables Proposal for Rescuing Nigeria's Troubled Economy
  41. Kenya: Politicians Not Spared As Police Disperse Demonstrators
  42. Kenya: School Closes After Students Torch Dormitory
  43. Tanzania: Zanzibar Electoral Body Declares Presidential Re-Run Winner
  44. Kenya: Uchumi Shuts Down Five Kenya Outlets
  45. Zanu-PF calls for due process … Substantiate no confidence votes … Call for police pr
  46. Mighty Warriors roll on
  47. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time to resolve war veterans dispute
  48. No spot cash for tobacco farmers
  49. ANC urged to take corrective action
  50. Masvingo 100pc behind President: Kasukuwere
  51. Zim theatre needs saviour
  52. Anti-Trump protesters block road, march in NY
  53. Bonyongwe persists with ACR lawsuit
  54. Mobile money transfers up 16,3pc
  55. Egypt: 13 Egyptian Policemen Killed in North Sinai Attack
  56. Nigeria/Egypt: Afcon 2017 - Musa Prepares for Egypt With Brace, Balogun Doubtful
  57. Egypt/Angola: Jol Grabs First Win As Ahly Progress
  58. Nigeria: Sporadic Shooting in Port Harcourt As Rivers Await Rerun Election Results
  59. Niger: Niger Votes in Runoff Amid Opposition Boycott
  60. Nigeria: Siasia's 20-Man Team Leaves for Brazil for Friendly
  61. Nigeria: Another Building Collapse Kills One in Lagos
  62. Nigeria: Why Nigerians Can't Pronounce "Nigeria" Correctly
  63. Somalia: Kenyan Soldiers in Major Clash With Al-Shabaab
  64. Somalia: More Al-Shabaab Terrorists Killed By Kenyan Army
  65. Tanzania: Zanzibar Holds Presidential Elections Despite Opposition's Boycott
  66. East Africa: Dar Is Rising, Kenya Falling but Still the Oil Isn't Flowing
  67. South Sudan: Nation in Major Economic Meltdown
  68. South Africa: Ruling ANC Calls for Evidence After Zuma Controversy
  69. Zimbabwe: Opposition Leader Vows to Finish Off Mugabe
  70. South Africa: Now Former Official Fingers Zuma Over Scandal
  71. South Africa: ANC Urges SA to Defend Integrity of Financial Institutions
  72. Zimbabwe: Local Scientists Find Cheap Cancer 'Treatment'
  73. Zimbabwe: Former Vice President Mujuru Party Intensifies Campaign
  74. South Africa: Presidency Refutes Cabinet Reshuffle Reports
  75. South Africa: Victims of Deadly Johannesburg Crash Robbed
  76. Egypt: Bus Accident Claims Egyptian Pilgrims in Saudi Arabia
  77. Algeria: Gas Plant Hit By Rocket Attack
  78. Egypt: 19 Killed in Road Accident in Saudi Arabia - State Agency
  79. Libya: UN-Backed Govt 'To Move to Tripoli in Days'
  80. Sierra Leone: UN Confirms Sierra Leone's Ebola Flare-Up Is Over, but Cautions More Ar
  81. Nigeria: Govt Sets Up Massive Research Fund
  82. Nigeria: FG Sets Up N3 Billion National Research Fund
  83. Nigeria: Siasia Picks 20 Players Ahead of Brazil Clash
  84. Cape Verde: 2016 Parliamentary Elections in Cape Verde
  85. Tanzania: Fear and Violence As Zanzibar Goes for a Re-Run
  86. Somalia: Govt Gains Ground in Fight Against Al-Shabaab
  87. Tanzania: Zanzibar Ready for Polls
  88. Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Constitution - Fractured Legitimacy & the Urgency of Constitutio
  89. Rwanda: A Free Media Is a True Representation of Democracy
  90. South Africa: Last Chance for ANC to Recall Zuma - Lamola
  91. Angola: Many Killed in Yellow Fever Outbreak
  92. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Panics
  93. South Africa: Is It Piracy? How Students Access Academic Resources
  94. South Africa: Don't Victimise People Coming Forward About the Guptas, Cosatu Warns
  95. South Africa: Vehicles Torched As Cape Gangs Battle It Out At Funeral
  96. Namibia: President Geingob One Year On - A for Effort, D for Performance
  97. South Africa: Two Survive Plane Crash On Durban Beach
  98. Egypt: Scans of King Tut's Tomb Unveil Hidden Rooms
  99. Libya: UN Envoy Calls for Libya Unity Government to Take Charge 'Within Days'
  100. Morocco: Can the UN's Row With Morocco Be Contained?
  101. Tunisia: Béji Caid Essebsi Receives Greek Parliament Speaker
  102. Morocco: Govt Demands Staff Pullout At UN Mission in Western Sahara
  103. Nigeria: Senate President, Bukola Saraki, in Court As Corruption Trial Resumes
  104. Nigeria: Senate Begins Amendment of Electoral Act to Legalise Use of Card Readers
  105. Liberia: Liberian Senate Pardons Finance Minister Konneh
  106. Nigeria: Govt May Amend Charges Against Saraki At Code of Conduct Tribunal
  107. Nigeria: President Buhari Warns on Food Importation
  108. Kenya: National Youth Service Accused Skip Court - Again
  109. Tanzania: Final Zanzibar Election Preparations in Full Gear
  110. East Africa: War-Torn Somalia Happier Than Kenyans - UN Report
  111. Uganda: Court Orders Electoral Body to Avail Evidence of Announced Results
  112. Africa: Somalia Ranked Happiest Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
  113. South Africa: Has Zuma Lost His Grip On South Africa?
  114. South Africa: Social Welfare System Faces Deepening Challenges
  115. South Africa: Murdered Girl's Parents Leaving SA to Find 'Inner Peace'
  116. South Africa: Man Who Claimed He Could Quash Pistorius Murder Case Arrested
  117. Malawi: 'Govt Committed to Ending Child Marriages'
  118. South Africa: Why Nuclear Will Plunge SA Into 'Junk Status'
  119. Zimbabwe: Alleged Mugabe Farm Bombing Plot Had Army Backing, Says Accused
  120. Zimbabwe: What Does G40 Want?
  121. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Churches must conform to by-laws
  122. We all played a part in the liberation struggle
  123. Faith works with God’s relationship
  124. Stop regime change, SA tells West
  125. PRESIDENT REASSURES NATION . . .No one will be denied food
  126. Child abuse cases on the rise
  127. Five magistrates sworn in
  128. Apology
  129. Rains expected to continue
  130. Presidential Scholarship starts to bear fruit
  131. Nigeria: Why We Didn't Pass 2016 Budget On March 17 - National Assemby
  132. Nigeria: Buhari Vows to Make Boko Haram History
  133. Nigeria: Buhari Administration Launches N10 Billion Youth Entrepreneurial Project
  134. Nigeria: Global Happiness Ranking - Country Drops to 103 in World, Sixth in Africa
  135. Mozambique: Testimony on Govt Death Squads
  136. North Africa: A 'Colombian Triangle' for Islamic State in Libya?
  137. Algeria: Algeria's Gas Production Expected to Boom As From 2018
  138. Nigeria/Egypt: Egypt Is Beatable Home and Away, Eagles Boast
  139. Egypt: Three Killed in North Sinai 'Exchange of Fire' - Military Spokesperson
  140. Egypt: Central Bank Raises Pound 7 Pt in Exceptional Auction - Sources
  141. Liberia: 'Pulling Together' After Ebola & Economic Downturn – Commerce Minister
  142. Africa: Why Scientists Must Be Champions for Democracy
  143. São Tomé and Príncipe: Deforestation - an Alert From the Islands
  144. Nigeria: 89 Boko Haram Members Sentenced to Death in Cameroon
  145. Nigeria: 2015 Wasn't Bad for Manufacturers - Report
  146. Tanzania: Zanzibar Votes Again, but What Next?
  147. Kenya: Nandi County Plans to Sue UK Govt for Past Injustices, Torture
  148. Kenya: Trace Freedom Fighter Kimathi's Remains - Widow
  149. Uganda: Hackers Strike Bank of Uganda Accounts, Try to Steal U.S.$24 Million
  150. Kenya: High Alert After Yellow Fever Death
  151. South Africa: 'Born Free' Students See World Through Prism of Race
  152. South Africa: FIFA Must Withdraw Bribery Allegations - Sports Minister
  153. Africa: Plea for Treaty On Drug Research
  154. South Africa: Hike in Interest Rate
  155. South Africa: Opposition Walks Out of Parliament After Leader Ordered to Leave
  156. South Africa: Official Opposition Lays Charges Against Zuma's Friends
  157. Africa: Aggressive and Unwilling to Listen - How South Africans Are Perceived
  158. Red Cross trains 9 000 nurse aides
  159. ‘We can’t control Batswana chiefs’
  160. Binga set to get digital signal
  161. Tomana saga heads to Concourt
  162. Farmers cry foul over Zinwa, Zesa
  163. MP found dead at city hotel
  164. Harare needs urban expert for town clerk
  165. Corruption: No more kid’s gloves, please
  166. Putin: He came, he saw and withdrew from Syria
  167. Gambling king
  168. Morocco: HM the King Attends Wreath-Laying Ceremony At Unknown Soldier Tomb in Moscow
  169. Somalia: Kenyan Soldiers Kill Al-Shaabab Fighters
  170. Botswana: Govt Loses Battle to Ban Gay Group
  171. Expedite Mines, Minerals Amendment Bill
  172. Zifa, SAFA’S HISTORIC INDABA . . . Associations forge ties on fighting corruption . .
  173. DeMbare’s Chinyama offer
  174. Colonial laws, attitudes hindering business in Zim
  175. Mphoko meets SA envoy
  176. Dream all you want, Jabulani Sibanda
  177. Mujuru did nothing for us: Female war vets
  178. ‘We don’t need ZAMCO’
  179. Trump warns of civil unrest
  180. Hamilton oozes confidence
  181. North Africa: Civil Wars Threaten to Break Up a Volatile Middle East
  182. Libya: Security Council Extends Mandate of UN Mission in Libya for Three Months
  183. Tunisia: French Foreign Minister to Begin Two-Day Visit
  184. Algeria: Negotiations With French-Belgian Partnership to Restore Cinemas in Algeria
  185. Angola/Egypt: Libolo Coach Asks Players to Be Humble
  186. Nigeria: Mosque Bombers Kill 22
  187. Benin: Who Will Be the Next President?
  188. Nigeria: Govt Officials Named in Oil Theft
  189. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Hits Maiduguri Mosque
  190. Nigeria: Final End of Boko Haram in Sight - Buhari
  191. Ethiopia: Move to Increase Emergency Drought Appeal As Hunger Spreads
  192. Tanzania: Security Beefed Up Ahead of Zanzibar Poll Re-Run
  193. Uganda: Lawyers Dispute Compliance With Electoral Laws
  194. Kenya: Donkey Meat Abattoirs to Get State Approval
  195. Kenya: Anti-Corruption Commission Recovers Millions After Probing Graft Cases
  196. South Africa: FIFA Says South Africa Paid Bribes to Host World Cup
  197. South Africa: Zuma's Friends Offered Me Finance Minister's Job - Deputy
  198. Namibia: Coming Clean With Germany's Dark Past
  199. Africa: New Practices Reinvent Traditions in Bow Music
  200. South Africa: A Phone APP for Pregnant Teens?
  201. South Africa: Student Protesters Cause Over R145m in Damages in Three Months
  202. South Africa: Municipal Union Removes President, Top Officials
  203. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Divided Over Leader's Expulsion
  204. Why You Should Love Donald Trump
  205. Abortion, Murder And Planned Parenthood
  206. Symbolic Sheet – The Gantt Report
  207. Nigeria: Senate Rejects Bill Seeking Gender Equality in Marriage
  208. Africa: African Goals End Arsenal FA Cup Reign
  209. Libya: Security Council Renews Call for Global Support for National Unity Government
  210. Egypt: Egypt Condemns Cote d'Ivoire Terrorist Attack
  211. Algeria: International Cycling Tour of Setif - Moroccan Essaid Abelouache Wins Second
  212. Algeria: Boxing - Qualifying Tournament for Rio 2016 - Fahem Hamachi Qualifies for Qu
  213. Cote d'Ivoire: What's Behind the Jihadist Attacks On Grand Bassam
  214. Africa: Govt Commits to Ending Modern-Day Slavery
  215. Nigeria: Ex-Super Eagles Midfielder John Okon Dies
  216. Nigeria: Four Ex-Ministers, Ex-Governor Named in Corruption Probe
  217. Nigeria: Nigeria Targets 2030 to End Gas Flaring
  218. South Africa: Government Loses Al Bashir Court Case
  219. Burundi: Europe Cuts Financial Aid to Govt
  220. Tanzania: Ban On Sugar Imports Could Force Factories to Shut Down
  221. Uganda: Sixty Lawyers Gear Up to Challenge Election Result
  222. Kenya: Fuel Pump Prices Continue to Drop
  223. Mozambique: Central Bank Holds Interest Rates Steady
  224. Africa: Scans, DNA Tests Reveal the Secrets of Rare African Mummy
  225. South Africa: Police Unit Hits Out at Finance Minister
  226. South Africa: Debonairs to Pursue Legal Action Against 'Racist' Driver
  227. South Africa: Two in Court for the Rape and Murder of Sinoxolo Mafevuka
  228. Zambia: Lusaka Mayor Bans Public Gatherings
  229. South Africa: Former MP Publicly Reveals Guptas Offered Her Ministry
  230. Dema power project ratified
  231. Ministers rapped for ‘straining wage bill’
  232. AU hails Zim for scrapping criminal defamation law
  233. Arrest for U-18s lobola receivers
  234. 13 000 missing from Govt payroll
  235. Ambassador in trafficking saga
  236. Editorial Comment: Africa visa-free regime, pros and cons
  237. US escalates hostility towards Zim
  238. LIMPOPOGATE . . . Zim, SA authorities meet in Cape Town today . . . More details expe
  239. Tsvangirai can eat his cake, literally
  240. Colonisation Was Good For Africa
  241. Why Black Pain Is Rarely Acknowledged?
  242. Zimbabwean Govt To Nationalise Country’s Diamond Mines
  243. Black History Month In Egypt’s Nubia
  244. Trump Militia Forms To ‘Forcefully Protect’ Supporters Against ‘Far-Left Agitators’
  245. Algeria: Algeria 'Firmly' Condemns Terrorist Attack in Ivory Coast
  246. Algeria: Hotel Shooting in Abidjan (Ivory Coast) - No Algerian Nationals Among Victim
  247. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi Donates Month Salary to Anti-Terror Fund
  248. North Africa: Arab League Declares Lebanese Hezbollah 'Terrorist Organization,' Messa
  249. Africa: RSF Condemns Attack On Libyan Journalists By Italian Special Forces
  250. Senegal: Senegal Gears Up for Crucial Referendum to Amend Constitution