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  1. Dendera war costs Tryson Chimbetu
  2. ‘2016 National Budget target hard to achieve’
  3. Editorial Comment: NRZ needs to think outside the box
  4. Gospel singers fight child abuse in new project
  5. ZIFA TO FIGHT ANOTHER DAY • Court orders association to put house in order
  6. System failure cost Zesa nearly 1 000MW
  7. Disinhibition: Why we fall in love online
  8. Brexit: The multi-faceted implications
  9. RBZ sets up over 3 000 banking agents
  10. Morocco: U.S. First Lady Arrives in Marrakech
  11. Egypt: Travel Ban On Women's Rights Leader
  12. Egypt: Eight Defendants Involved in Attacks On Christians in Minya Released
  13. Egypt: Twenty-Three Students Released After Protests Over Exam Leaks - Security Sourc
  14. Egypt: Former Egyptian Official Handed 15 Years in Prison for Protest, Violence
  15. West Africa: Crackdown on Illegal Fishing Could Create 300,000 Jobs - Report
  16. Senegal: Dakar's Municipal Bond Issue - a Tale of Two Cities
  17. Nigeria: Cabals Have Taken Over Buhari's Govt - Saraki
  18. Nigeria: Nigerians Split Over Negotiating with Oil Militants
  19. Liberia: Michelle Obama Pushes for Girls' Education
  20. Ethiopia: Parliament Appoints Largest Cohort of Judges Since 2010
  21. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Down but Far From Out
  22. Africa: Amisom Troops Miss Monthly Stipends in Wake of EU Funding Cut
  23. Uganda: Who Watches the Watchmen?
  24. Tanzania: State Won't Reverse Stand Against Gay Marriage
  25. South Africa: Paying the Price for a Poorly Regulated Telecoms Sector
  26. South Africa: Youth Speak Out On the High Cost of Finding Work
  27. Swaziland: No Amnesty in 'Terror' Cases
  28. Mozambique: Pupils Relocated to Other Schools After Attacks
  29. Zimbabwe: Opposition Leader Tsvangirai Reveals He Has Cancer
  30. South Africa: Treasury Sets 'Reasonable' R7.8m for Zuma to Pay Back
  31. Africa: Civil Society Under Serious Attack
  32. South Africa: The Blessee and the Damned
  33. Good riddance, even pasuwa is better than hodgson
  34. EU to rule on Michael Jackson Sony deal
  35. Liquid Telecom acquires SA’s Neotel
  36. Moyana falls on hard times
  37. ‘Zim will save more if civil service burden is reduced’
  38. Editorial Comment: Let’s be proactive on non-communicable diseases
  39. Preps for Jah Prayzah’s road show on course
  40. Banks as financial intermediaries
  41. Industrial base is degenerating – CZI
  42. Unpacking China’s $4bn Zim investment
  43. Nigeria: Suicide Bombers Killed By Own Bombs in Maiduguri
  44. Nigeria: Fleeing Boko Haram Militants Now Disguise As Vigilantes, Hunters - Army
  45. North Africa: UK Exit From EU Will Economically Affect Arab Region - Egypt
  46. Africa: Fisheries Plundered By Foreign Fleets
  47. Algeria: Algeria Hires New Soccer Coach
  48. Egypt: Security Forces Disperse Egyptian High School Students' Protest
  49. Nigeria/Algeria: Enyimba Happy With Setif Disqualification
  50. Nigeria: Osazuwa Breaks Record, Messi Loses Again and 5 Other Sporting Events
  51. Nigeria: Govt Declares Nutrition Emergency in Borno
  52. Nigeria: Court Sacks Abia Governor
  53. Africa: #BringBackOurGirls Is Not the End of the Story
  54. Nigeria: Stop Begging, Start Dialogue, Militants Tell Buhari
  55. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Retakes Town After AU Troops Exit
  56. Tanzania: Opposition Vows to Boycott Magufuli
  57. Eritrea: Ethiopia, Eritrea Skirmish Unlikely to Spiral Into Another War
  58. Rwanda: Why Rwanda Chose to 'Think Big' - Kagame
  59. Sudan: Experts Discuss Mortality of Migratory Birds, Suggest Solutions
  60. South Africa: Election Violence - Should South Africa Be Worried?
  61. Zimbabwe: 'Sweet Business' of Beekeeping Helps Protect Forests
  62. South Africa: Semenya Grabs More Gold As Championships Wrap Up
  63. South Africa: So, What's the Best Way to Teach Children About the History of the Domp
  64. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party's Msipa Demands Answers On Mass Killings
  65. South Africa: Violence in Capital City Leaves ANC Vulnerable At the Polls
  66. Zambia: Former Presidential Adviser Chigunta Dies
  67. Ethiopia: Ethiopians' Long, Deadly Journey to SA
  68. Man fondles minor, gags her with $1
  69. Crowhill Farm saga rages on
  70. Chinhoyi murder suspect in court
  71. Phineas Matanda releases second album
  72. Dangote shows interest in Sengwa
  73. Editorial Comment: Floods should never threaten lives, homes
  74. All set for Winter Worship Choir festival
  75. Agribank to float agro bills in July
  76. Buy Zim appreciates goods import control
  77. We love our Zim, same way you love your Brit
  78. Nigeria: Tension in Borno As Buhari Seeks Explanation On Malnourished
  79. Rwanda: Keeping African Culture Alive Through Art
  80. South Africa: DJ Black Coffee Wins BET Award
  81. Egypt: Govt Moves to Regulate Media
  82. Algeria: Road Accidents - 7 Killed, 36 Injured On Saturday
  83. Egypt: Egypt Goes Red After Ahly Wins 38th League Title
  84. Nigeria: Troops Rescue 5000, Kill 10 Insurgents
  85. Africa: Small Firms Can Provide Jobs, but Big Firms Are Key to Growth
  86. Nigeria: Kidnapped Foreigners Released
  87. Nigeria: Doctors Suspend Strike
  88. Nigeria: Gunmen Release Australian Expatriates, Others Kidnapped in Niger Delta
  89. Kenya: Players Begin Plans to Increase Forest Cover
  90. South Sudan: Ban Concerned Over Escalation of Violence
  91. Tanzania: Bring It On, Yanga Coach Pluijm Tells TP Mazembe
  92. Sudan: Refugee Status for Sudanese Asylum Seeker in Israel
  93. Sudan: Investigation Ordered Into North Darfur Police Station Attack
  94. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Turns Heat On Mugabe
  95. Zimbabwe: Vice President Told to Leave Hotel As Pressure Mounts
  96. Mozambique: IMF Demands Forensic Audit of Loans
  97. Nigeria: Nigerian Athletics Faces Bleak Future
  98. Botswana: Thebe, Sibanda Fastest in Africa
  99. Botswana: Botswana Shines At Africa Awards
  100. South Africa: DA Sends Condolences to Small Family
  101. Caps hang on to win
  102. Editorial Comment: Govt, unions must act in good faith
  103. Kirsty wins AUSC award
  104. Minister dismisses S. Sudan jobs adverts
  105. Sealing the cookie jar for collective interest
  106. Treasury avails $20m for grain payments
  107. SEC okays debt market listings requirements
  108. Let’s equip our artists with knowledge
  109. Cops lose case against Chihuri
  110. Bosso keep flying high
  111. Nigeria: Has Alleged Abuja Blast Mastermind Okah Escaped Prison?
  112. South Africa: Water Treatment Plant Brings Relief in the Eastern Cape
  113. Egypt: Damaged Black Boxes of Doomed Flight to Be Taken to France Within 48 Hours - S
  114. Egypt/Ghana: Thrashing By Ghana History, Says Egypt Coach
  115. Ghana: Why Ghana Should Decriminalize Marijuana
  116. Ghana: School Feeding Scheme Is Slowly Changing Lives
  117. Nigeria: Buhari Reacts to David Cameron's Offer to Resign
  118. Nigeria: El-Rufai Furious Over Rampant Cases of Rape of Minors
  119. Somalia: Hotel Attack Ends With At Least 17 Dead
  120. Tanzania: Pregnancy Keeps Girls Away From Schools
  121. Madagascar: A Crisis 'Lost in the Ocean'
  122. Ethiopia: 3-Million-Year-Old Lucy Tells Us About Modern African Heritage
  123. Africa: African Nations Meet to Discuss Ivory Trade Ban
  124. South Africa/Botswana: Bafana Win Fourth Cosafa Cup Title
  125. South Africa: Caster Semenya Scoops Gold At African Championships
  126. South Africa: Flight of Corporate Profits Poses Biggest Threat to Economy
  127. South Africa: Zuma Fails to Fend Off Looming Corruption Charges
  128. Malawi: Over 300 Girls Rescued From Forced Marriages
  129. Malawi: Arm Albinos With Guns, Students Tell President Mutharika
  130. Senegal: Former Senegal president's Released from Prison
  131. Zimbabwe: 'Ghost Workers' Haunt Govt
  132. Africa: Tanzanian Former President Kikwete Proposed to Replace Zuma At AU
  133. Africa: Pitch Invasion Ends in CAF Disqualification
  134. Morocco: Cameroon-Morocco - Ever-Growing Bilateral Relations
  135. Algeria/Nigeria: Nigeria Drawn Against Cameroon, Algeria in Race for Russia 2018
  136. Egypt: Egypt Secures Seat At UN Human Rights Council for Three Years
  137. Nigeria: Aisha Buhari Gives Ekiti Governor Five Days to Retract Allegation
  138. Ghana: Mahama Accused of Taking 'Car Gift'
  139. Nigeria: Okagbare, Osazuwa Lead Nigeria's Chase for Honours At CAA
  140. Tanzania: Magufuli Tells Opposition Enough Politicking
  141. Kenya: Electoral Commission Bosses 'Ready to Resign'
  142. Kenya: U.S. President Speaks With Kenyatta Over Refugees
  143. Kenya: Somali, Yemen Boats Detained in Lamu
  144. Somalia: Deadly Explosion Hits AMISOM Troops in Marka Town
  145. Namibia: Finance Minister Says Economy Is On the Right Track
  146. Namibia: Letter From Jamaica - the True Heroes of Namibian Track and Field
  147. Southern Africa: Cosafa Fiesta Reaches Climax
  148. Namibia: Olympic Dream Turns Into Nightmare
  149. Southern Africa: Super Fans Back Namibia to Lift Plate Trophy
  150. Namibia: Teachers' Labour Body Accuses Ministry of Unfair Labour Practises
  151. Namibia: I'll Prove All Doubting Thomases Wrong - Ushona
  152. South Africa: Living On the Streets of Central Cape Town
  153. Brexit could boost Zim-EU relations
  154. Govt loses millions to AWOL educators •Audit unearths massive absenteeism in schools
  155. President to whip Masvingo into line
  156. ‘Ghost workers’ haunt Govt
  157. Zanu-PF gears for 2018 polls
  158. Harare Hospital scores a first with ear clinic
  159. Tsvangirai’s ill-health fuels MDC-T power struggle
  160. Twenty years later
  161. Sharuko on Saturday
  162. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Brexit: Zim-EU must build bridges
  163. Nigeria: Fitch Ratings Downgrades Nigeria to 'B+, With Stable Outlook
  164. Nigeria: Soldiers, Police in Deadly Fight Over Ramadan Food
  165. Tunisia: Charting Women's Struggle for Justice
  166. Egypt: Call to Free Satirical Youtube Group
  167. Egypt: Egypt Court Annuls Controversial Red Sea Islands Agreement
  168. Libya: Dozens of Pro-Govt Fighters Killed in Clash
  169. Algeria: National Industry - Bouchouareb Launches Cement Plant in Bechar
  170. Sierra Leone: Mass Graves Beckon for Homeless and Destitute Dead
  171. Nigeria: Islamic State Ties Divide Boko Haram - U.S. General
  172. Nigeria: Prophet Wants Divorce for 'Disturbing Work of God'
  173. Zimbabwe: Funny Quotes From Robert Mugabe
  174. Nigeria: Exclusive - Aisha Buhari Writes Fayose, Spits Fire
  175. Uganda: Defiance Is Legal, Besigye Tells Court
  176. Kenya: Hate Speech Emerges As Nation Drifts Into Election Mode
  177. Ethiopia: Why Nation Is On Track to Become Africa's Industrial Powerhouse
  178. Kenya: President Signs Revised Anti-doping Law
  179. Tanzania: Magufuli Directs Election Committee to Build Headquarters in Dodoma
  180. South Africa: What Rising Protests Say About Attitudes Towards Local Govt
  181. South Africa: Food Labels Need to Be Simple. Fullstop.
  182. South Africa: ANC Members Fear One Another After Pietermaritzburg Murders
  183. Angola: Is Angola Broke?
  184. Angola: Govt Deprived of 60% of Oil Revenues - President
  185. Africa: Windhoek Now World's Least Expensive City for Expats
  186. Namibia: More Than 200 Refugees Resettled
  187. Zimbabwe: High Court Overturns Decision on Widow's Inheritance
  188. Jokonya: Zimbabwe, Africa’s loyal son
  189. Zimpapers on growth trajectory
  190. Pasuwa says no to simba
  191. Andy Muridzo fails to pay studio
  192. Does Jah Prayzah get possessed on stage?
  193. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Kwekwe gold: Let us have this manna!
  194. MyBucks lists on Frankfurt Stock Exchange
  195. Audit unearths shocking scams• Secret computers used in billing • Millions creamed of
  196. High Court approves Hwange protection
  197. Send Kereke to jail: Prosecution
  198. Far-Right Movements Across Europe Are Making Hitler Popular Again
  199. Mom Arrested For Disciplining Her Kids After Catching Them Breaking Into A House
  200. Black Feminism – A Cancer In The Black Community
  201. Australian Workers Kidnapped In Nigeria
  202. U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Apartheid Victims Battle Against Ford And IBM
  203. U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action In College Admissions
  204. Interracial Dating: My Thoughts On Swirling
  205. Rwanda: President Kagame Concludes Two-Day Visit to Morocco
  206. Algeria: Algeria's Trade Deficit Hits U.S.$9.8 Billion in First Five Months
  207. Egypt: Govt Agrees to 7 Percent Increase in Pay Raise - Minister
  208. Rwanda: President Kagame Concludes Two Day Visit to Morocco
  209. Algeria: Acts of Slander, Calls for Violence, Fitna 'To Be Firmly Punished'
  210. Nigeria: Tussle Over Keshi's Final Resting Place
  211. Nigeria: Four-Vehicle Crash Shuts Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  212. Senegal: Dakar to Park Colorful 'Cars Rapide' Permanently
  213. Nigeria: Resident Doctors Agree to Suspend Strike
  214. Nigeria: House of Reps Says National Assembly Under Threat
  215. Tanzania: Ruling Party to Be Magufuli's Toughest Test
  216. Eritrea: Govt Accuses Ethiopia of Planning a Full-scale War
  217. Africa: Mwai Kibaki Starts New Job As Special Envoy for Water in Africa
  218. Uganda: Museveni Admits Patronage Played Part in Cabinet Selection
  219. Uganda: Report Pins Police, Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence to Car Thefts
  220. Africa: Luanda Second Most Expensive City in the World
  221. Swaziland: Innocent Boy, 11, Locked Up for 10 Years
  222. Zimbabwe: Land Distribution, a Vote Buying Gimmick - Opposition
  223. Zimbabwe: Teachers Suffer As Pay Delay Hits Hard
  224. Mozambique: Govt Invites Mediators
  225. South Africa/Swaziland: Mashaba Eager to Reach Cosafa Final As They Face Swaziland
  226. South Africa: Explainer - Can South African Banks Legally Deduct From Social Grants?
  227. Malawi: Report Exposes Gender Related Glitches
  228. ‘The Purse’ goes regional
  229. Pito at centre of ZETDC tender storm
  230. Cabinet approves National Diaspora Policy
  231. Miss Curvy Zim preps at advanced stage
  232. TIMB to test run electronic auction system
  233. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Import restrictions will boost local industry
  234. Nafaz fight back
  235. $122m gold lies idle at dumpsite
  236. 2 gunned down in SA violence
  237. Cut red tape for border folk: VP Mphoko
  238. A Vote For Trump Is A Vote For Racism?
  239. Here’s One Reason Why So Many Professional Athletes Go Broke
  240. Omar Mateen’s Alleged Lover Says Orlando Shooting Was ‘Revenge’
  241. Seven-Year-Old Writes Book To Inspire Black Girls To Embrace Their Race
  242. Luanda The Second Most Expensive City In The World
  243. Eritrea Accuses Ethiopia Of Planning A Full-Scale War
  244. Violent Protests Rock South Africa’s Capital Tshwane Ahead Of Local Elections
  245. Nigeria: Emmanuella Samuel Among 10 Nigerian YouTube Stars
  246. Nigeria: We Never Agreed to Cease Fire With Govt - Militants
  247. Nigeria: Govt Orders Sack of Striking Doctors
  248. Africa: What Next for Western Sahara?
  249. Algeria: Algeria Has Achieved MDGs Before Deadline
  250. Egypt: Egypt's Foreign Ministry Follows Case of Seven Egyptians Detained in Libya