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  1. Nigeria: Eight Issues That Buhari's Economic Summit Must Address
  2. Liberia: No 2nd Autopsy for Greaves, Liberia Turns Body Over to Family
  3. Liberia: 2nd Autopsy - Liberia Gets Cold Feet After Greaves Family Pathologist Arrive
  4. Tanzania: Arson Attacks Spark Panic in Zanzibar
  5. Somalia: Laptop Computer Bomb Strikes Airport
  6. Uganda: Govt Tightens Foreign Adoption Rules to Thwart Child Trafficking
  7. Uganda: Audit Poll Results or We Form People's Govt - Besigye
  8. South Africa: 120 Arrested After Violent Protests
  9. Zimbabwe: Sex Workers in School Uniforms Spark Outrage
  10. South Africa: I Never Said HIV Does Not Cause Aids - Mbeki
  11. Africa: The Real Message of International Women's Day
  12. South Africa: 'What Would You Do If Your Sister Was a Sex Worker?'
  13. Zimbabwe: Opposition Youths in Hospital After Attack
  14. South Africa: Unstable Ground Hampers Recovery of Trapped Miners
  15. Togarepi ‘booted out’
  16. Prosecutor-General’s trial date set
  17. President leaves for India
  18. President meets Japanese special envoy
  19. AU Commission hails President
  20. Tomana turns to Concourt
  21. Uproar over levy directive
  22. Road accidents are all down to reckless humans
  23. GOLDEN GHOST . . . Ndoro turns into the toast of the Pirates
  24. Editorial Comment – Women’s Day: From rhetoric to action
  25. Tanzania: President Appoints New Chief Secretary
  26. Zimbabwe: Woman Who Claimed Harare Model Injected Her Kid With HIV Begs for Forgivene
  27. Zimbabwe: The Principal Has Spoken
  28. Western Sahara: Thousands Demand Organization of Self-Determination Referendum
  29. Nigeria/Egypt: ITTF Ranking - Quadri Displaces Egypt's Assar to Become Africa's Best
  30. Egypt: Sisi to Yonhap - Egypt Seeks Expanding Cooperation With South Korea
  31. Egypt: 51 Ships Transit Suez Canal
  32. Egypt: Sisi Reviews Investment Chances With Major Businessmen in South Korea
  33. Benin: Tight Race Expected As Nation Votes for New President
  34. Nigeria: Nigeria Joins Islamic Coalition Against Terror, Buhari Admits
  35. Nigeria: Abducted Lagos School Girls Freed
  36. Senegal: President Seeks Support Over Referendum
  37. Nigeria: 'I Haven't Failed' Against Boko Haram - Buhari
  38. Burundi: African Union - All Talk, No Action
  39. Kenya: New Pro-Kenyatta Party Hits Snags
  40. Rwanda: Kigali Pulls Out of African Court After Opposition Challenge
  41. Sudan: Opposition Leader Hassan Al-Turabi Dies
  42. Uganda: Gunmen Raid Kapchorwa Police Station
  43. Lesotho: Time for Visionary Leaders in Lesotho
  44. South Africa: Worshippers Killed in Bus Smash
  45. Zimbabwe: The Cost of Water
  46. Mozambique: Renamo Gunmen Murder Two in Attack On Bus
  47. Zimbabwe: Grace 'Haunted' By Mugabe's Late Wife
  48. South Africa: Two Teens Drown, Another Missing After School Outing At Margate Beach
  49. Zimbabwe: Mphoko's Foot in the Mouth Gaffes Baffle Many
  50. Zimbabwe: War Vets Fight Over Mugabe, Grace Slurs
  51. Warning against worsening El Nino-related drought
  52. Zanzibar political problems persist
  53. Woman found dead in elevator
  54. Turkish paper adopts pro-govt line
  55. Old Mutual plots break-up: Report
  56. Trump, Clinton maintain leads
  57. Rwanda fast tracks social transformation
  58. Benin to elect new president
  59. Armed men gun down 12
  60. Mutsvangwa loses war vets chairmanship
  61. Tunisia: Figures Exceeding Projections in Exceptional Military Draft Campaign
  62. Nigeria/Egypt: Siasia Calls Up 42 Players for Egypt Clash
  63. Rwanda/Tunisia: Tunisian Khanfir Named APR Coach
  64. Tunisia: Arab Interior Ministers' Council Declaration Has Not Classified Hezbollah As
  65. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi Discusses With Slim Riahi Economic Situation and Ways to Boost
  66. Nigeria: Boko Haram Sells Stolen Cattle to Fund Terror
  67. Mali: UN Security Council Arrives
  68. Nigeria: Obasanjo's Place in Global History Is Assured, Says Buhari
  69. Guinea Bissau/Kenya: Okumbi Invite Seven New Faces for Guinea Bissau Double
  70. Somalia: Kenyan Fighter Jets Bomb Al-Shabaab Bases
  71. Uganda: After Disputed Election, Police Target Media
  72. East Africa: Mitumba Ban - a Plan That Will Soon Unravel
  73. Kenya: Take Bold Measures to Save Kenya Airways
  74. Kenya: May the Best Team Win
  75. Mozambique: President Sets Up Team Ahead of Talks
  76. Mozambique: No Confirmation Yet That Wreckage Is From Malaysian Flight
  77. Zimbabwe: Many Killed in Bus Accident
  78. South Africa: Voter Registration Kicks Off
  79. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Replaces War Veterans Minister
  80. South Africa: Pirates Triumph in Soweto Derby
  81. South Africa: Father and Son Rescued After Boat Capsizes
  82. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Fires Mutsvangwa From Govt, Tshinga Dube New War Veterans Minister
  83. BREAKING NEWS: Christopher Mutsvangwa loses ministerial post
  84. Africa: What Happens in Libya Won't Stay in Libya
  85. Algeria: Here's What Ban Ki-Moon Should Talk to the Polisario About - Robert M. Holle
  86. Western Sahara: Women Prevented from Leaving Refugee Camps
  87. Nigeria/Egypt: Eagles Vow to Beat Pharaohs in Kaduna
  88. Nigeria/Egypt: Siasia Calls Iheanacho, Adi, Umar for Egypt Clash
  89. Africa: Superpowers Nigeria and South Africa Try to Kiss and Make Up
  90. Nigeria: 'U.S.$20 Billion Idle in Private Accounts'
  91. Burkina Faso: In Burkina Faso, UN Chief Praises Country's Hard-Won Gains to Consolida
  92. Mali: Malian President Keita Sued On Treason Charges
  93. Nigeria: Scores of Boko Haram Members Killed in Military Offensive in Alagarno Forest
  94. Tanzania: Anguish As Family of Seven Drowns in Lake
  95. Kenya: Kenya Tackles Poverty By Sending Teen Mothers Back to School
  96. Tanzania: Criticism Won't Soften Resolve to Fight Graft - Magufuli
  97. Ethiopia: Foreign Investment in Ethiopia: a Blessing or a Curse?
  98. Uganda: Shs 8 Million Spent Daily to Curtail Besigye
  99. Africa: North Korea Builds Munitions Factory in Namibia
  100. Malawi: Missing Boy's Head Found
  101. South Africa: Nigerians Forced out of Western Cape Town
  102. Zimbabwe: Diamond Miners Robbed Us - Mugabe
  103. South Africa: Data Shows No Bucket Toilets in Gauteng (Or Any SA School)
  104. South Africa: Yes, Van Rooyen Is the Most (Academically) Qualified of Zuma's Finance
  105. South Africa: White Commercial Farmers 'Live Large' Off Stolen Water - MP
  106. Sanctions stifling economic growth
  107. President mourns crash victims •Accident declared national disaster •Coffins, transpo
  108. Brazil’s ex-leader Lula held over graft probe
  109. EDITORIAL COMMENT: The principal has spoken
  110. ‘Guptas not leaving South Africa’
  111. ‘How I reunited President with his comrades’
  112. Mubaiwa, Dube in big battle
  113. ‘Diamonds now a State monopoly’
  114. Govt defies court order: High Court
  115. Airline agrees to pay sexual abuse victims in E. Africa
  116. Ghana: Taking On the System
  117. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Leader, Allies Booted Out
  118. Zimbabwe: 30 Perish in Horror Crash
  119. Ethiopia: Egypt Gives U.S$1 Million to Help WFP Assist Drought-Affected People in Eth
  120. Libya: Analysis - US Airstrikes in Libya Won't Deter Isis
  121. Libya: Country 'Needs to Move Ahead Now, or Risk Division and Collapse,' UN Envoy Tel
  122. Nigeria/Egypt: Eagles to Open Camp for Egypt Clash
  123. Tunisia: UNDP Will Continue to Support Democratic Transition in Tunisia
  124. Nigeria: 19.9 Million Nigerian Females Mutilated - Group
  125. Nigeria: Authorities Prune Ethical Codes of Professional Bodies
  126. Liberia: 2017 'Smokescreen' - Urey Detests Ploy to Thwart Election
  127. Nigeria: A Foster Mother From Hell
  128. Ghana: Lessons From Nkrumah's Fallout With His Economic Adviser
  129. Burundi: Opposition Has High Hopes for New 'Facilitator'
  130. Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Persistent Food Insecurity - What Went Wrong?
  131. Kenya: Report Warns On Big Wildlife Losses
  132. Kenya: Girl On Scholarship Flies to Excellence
  133. East Africa: Burundi's Libérat Mfumukeko to Head EAC Secretariat
  134. South Africa: Pistorius to Go to Jail for Murder - For How Long?
  135. South Africa: It's Not Up to Govt to Create Jobs - Zuma
  136. South Africa: Agoa Deal - First Shipment of U.S. Chicken Arrives
  137. South Africa: Nine Million Eligible Voters Not Registered
  138. South Africa: ANC's Five Million House Claim an "Error/Typo"
  139. Zimbabwe: Taking On the Cities
  140. South Africa: Grassroots Grievances
  141. Angola: A 'Country of the Future'
  142. Romney urges GOP to shun Trump
  143. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Mujuru can’t deodorise tainted record
  144. Possible MH370 debris washes up
  145. 30 perish in horror crash
  146. Machapa celebrity in DRC
  147. Govt in irrigation drive to mitigate drought
  148. Framed model case: Baby’s mom in court
  149. First Lady content: Mahoka
  150. Miners robbed us, says President
  151. Communist Party of China enters decisive phase
  152. East Africa: New EAC E-Passport to Be Used From January 2017
  153. Zimbabwe: Illegal Miners Missing After Mine Collapse
  154. Tunisia: Tunisia to Work With Germany On Repatriating Migrants
  155. Nigeria/Egypt: Siasia Admits Egypt Will Be 'Big Challenge'
  156. Western Sahara: National Secretariat Permanent Bureau Welcomes Forthcoming Visit of U
  157. Algeria: Child Protection - Unicef Hopes Algeria Will Share Experience With Countries
  158. Nigeria/Egypt: NFF Begins 'Operation Beat Pharaohs'
  159. Liberia: UN Initiates $1m WASH Project in Clara Town
  160. Nigeria: Abduction - 14-Yr-Old Ese Is Five Months Pregnant
  161. Nigeria: How Gunmen Stormed, Abducted Our Students - Lagos School Principal
  162. Africa: Greenpeace Spotlights Threats to African Forests
  163. Ghana: Central Bank Governor 'Must Resign'
  164. East Africa: Nkurunziza's Man Set for Top Regional Job
  165. Ethiopia: Persisitent Food Security - A Critical Analysis of What's Wrong?
  166. Africa: Ethiopia Officially Launches UNSC Non-Permanent Seat Campaign
  167. Uganda: Mbabazi Challenges Museveni Victory in the Supreme Court
  168. Africa: It's Time to Axe Kenya's Big Dick Politics
  169. Zimbabwe: U.S Extends Sanctions
  170. Zimbabwe: Opposition Challenges Mugabe Over Diamond Revenue
  171. South Africa: Jailed King Dalindyebo Has to Repay February Salary
  172. Africa: Why Iconic Baboon Is On the Decline
  173. Zimbabwe: Anti-Retrovirals but No Food
  174. South Africa: SA's Deadliest Mine Accidents in Numbers
  175. South Africa: Ruling Party's Chief Whip in Parliament Resigns
  176. Africa: 'Barclays' Decision to Disinvest in Africa Not Political'
  177. Jihadist on trial over Timbuktu shrines
  178. Lions, vultures die after eating poisoned carcass
  179. Zambia opposition planning to introduce same-sex marriages
  180. Forgery lands clearing agent in court
  181. Illegal panners lose Pickstone dispute
  182. President’s interview to be broadcast tonight
  183. Politburo meets today
  184. President to attend war vets meeting
  185. Warriors set for nss
  186. Gushungo bombers case spills into Concourt
  187. Frenzied Mob Of Trump Supporters Viciously Attacks Black Woman At Kentucky Rally
  188. Survey: Four In Five Africans Don’t Want Gays Next Door
  189. Changing The Ethiopia-Eritrea Standoff Seeks New Policy Approach
  190. Six Skills Of Self-Made Millionaires That You Should Be Using, Too
  191. The ‘White Race Is Dying Out’ Warns Pro-Trump Robocalls
  192. East African Countries Get Ready For Nile Irrigation And Power Projects
  193. Libya: Burkina Faso Migrants Flee Violence-Racked Libya
  194. Libya: Britain Sends Troops to Help Guard Libya-Tunisia Border
  195. Algeria: Why Algeria Dissolved Its Powerful Spy Agency
  196. Egypt: Egypt's Press Syndicate Files Complaint Over 'Abuses' Against Journalists in A
  197. Egypt: 3 New Cases of Enforced Disappearances, Including a Minor
  198. Nigeria: Nigeria's 2016 Budget and the Need for a National Development Plan
  199. West Africa: Nine Million Tons of Fish Legally Captured Annually - World Bank
  200. Liberia: Ebola Survivors Left With Brain Problems
  201. Nigeria: Court Orders Obasanjo, Yar'Adua, Jonathan Govts to Account for Recovered Loo
  202. Nigeria: Police Launch Hunt for Girls Abducted From Boarding School in Lagos
  203. Ethiopia: Gambella Evicts Local Investors From Leased Lands
  204. Ethiopia: Changing Ethio-Eritrea Standoff Seeks New Policy Approach
  205. Africa: Social Media Is Now the Most Dangerous Threat to Africa's Leaders
  206. Sudan: UN Puts Pressure On Juba and Burundi
  207. Uganda: Besigye Arrested Again, Police Vow to Keep Siege
  208. Zambia: Hundreds of Students Stranded in China
  209. South Africa: Electricity Price Hike Approved
  210. Mozambique: Opposition Gives Conditions for Talks
  211. Swaziland: Gold Mine Adds to Swazi King's Wealth
  212. Africa: Will New Election Campaign Be Enough to Get Young South Africans Registered?
  213. Namibia: 'The Girl Without a Sound'
  214. South Africa: Translating Jonathan Jansen's Political Doublespeak
  215. Africa: Barclays Africa's Profits Up 10 Percent Ahead of Possible UK Exit
  216. Ammara Brown’s collaborations pay off
  217. Indian envoy bids farewell to President
  218. Matter of Fact
  219. Diamond proceeds to go directly to the fiscus: Minister
  220. War Veterans meeting hangs in balance
  221. Chitungwiza slashes kombi licence fees
  222. Politburo meets tomorrow
  223. Government moves to alleviate hunger . . . • Move gets Presidential approval • Govt i
  224. NPA nullifies Tomana decision
  225. ROCK AND ROLL. . . as champs Gamecocks host Glamour Boys
  226. War Crimes Charges For Arab Terrorist Who Destroyed Monuments In Timbuktu
  227. South Africa: Apartheid-Era Cops To Face Murder Charges
  228. South Africa Just Opened Africa’s First Solar-Powered Airport
  229. White Male Yells “F*ck The N*ggers” Then Opens Fire At Black Candidates Campaign Offi
  230. Salt Lake City Cops Pump Four Shots Into The Chest Of A Teen Holding A Broomstick
  231. Catholic Priest Caught Snorting Cocaine In Room Filled With Nazi Memorabilia
  232. BUSH Whacked In The Presidential Race – The Gantt Report
  233. Nigeria: Govt to Prosecute Abductors of Bayelsa Girl
  234. East Africa: Civil Society Urge EAC Leaders to Prioritise Burundi Crisis
  235. East Africa: Rwanda, Ethiopia Sign Open Skies Agreement
  236. Africa: A Simple Way to Prevent African Water Wars
  237. North Africa: Germany Petitions North African States to Take More Migrants Back
  238. Egypt: Sisi Arrives in Japan, Second Stop On Asian Tour
  239. Gambia/Morocco: Manneh - Gamtel Ready to Upset Khouribga
  240. Egypt: CIB Appoints Former Governor of Egypt's Central Bank As Vice-President
  241. Nigeria: Enyeama Rules Out Return to Eagles
  242. Nigeria: Nuclear Agency Workers Begin Strike Over Conditions of Service
  243. Nigeria: Governor Dickson's Sister Rescued From Abductors
  244. Nigeria: Why We'll No Longer Sponsor Pilgrimages - Lagos
  245. Nigeria: Consumers Groan As Price of Goods Rise
  246. Ethiopia: We Want 'Equitable, Broad-Based Growth' – Prime Minister Hailemariam
  247. Uganda: What Museveni's Priorities Must Be If Uganda Is to Become Middle Income
  248. Somalia: Kenya to Compensate the Families of Soldiers Killed in El Adde, Somalia
  249. Rwanda: 'Our Number One Asset Is Our People' - Kagame
  250. Africa: Kenya Films Board Gives Google a Week to Take Down Gay Song Video