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  1. Kenya: Gor Must Put House in Order
  2. Mozambique: Back to War - Renamo Rebels Attack Major Highway
  3. Zimbabwe: Former VP Formally Registers Party
  4. South Africa: No Love Lost Between Zim Political Heavyweights
  5. Zimbabwe: Surviving Dry Taps in Harare
  6. Zimbabwe: Kasukuwere Suspends Three Pro-Mnangagwa Chairmen, Continues VP Attacks
  7. South Africa: Zuma's Promises Fail to Impress
  8. Zimbabwe: Axed War Vet Leaders Remain Defiant, Reject Ouster
  9. South Africa: SA Editors Back Probe Into Editorial Interference
  10. Mushohwe raps US
  11. Bomb scare at Holiday Inn
  12. We’re still in charge — Matemadanda
  13. Govt to enhance security, efficiency at border post
  14. Harare Drive ring road project to start soon
  15. Boost for economy as Joint Venture Act gazetted
  16. Chinoz wins kissing contest
  17. CAAZ impounds US cargo plane . . . Bleeding body, millions of rands found on board
  18. Let’s tell our own story
  19. Hail the gamecocks
  20. Egypt: Sisi Hands Over Legislative Authority to Egypt's House
  21. Egypt: Egypt's Ambassador Meets With Indian Industry Minister
  22. Egypt: Aviation Minister Probes Cooperation With Greek Ambassador
  23. Egypt: Egypt, Russia FMs Meets in Munich On Syrian Crisis
  24. Egypt: U.S. Ambassador Denies Withdrawal of Any Us Company From Egyptian Market
  25. Nigeria: Suspected Cultists Kill Many Villagers
  26. Mali: In Mali Visit President Joachim Gauck Calls for Development and Security
  27. Nigeria: Protest As Buhari Sacks 13 Universities' Vice Chancellors
  28. Nigeria: Court Restrains EFCC From Arresting Rickey Tarfa
  29. Nigeria: Wheat Farmers in Kano Set to Establish Flour Mills Factory
  30. Kenya: War Crimes Evidence Against V-P Ruto Thrown Out
  31. South Sudan: Kiir Reappoints Rival Machar As Deputy
  32. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Claims Plane Bomb Attack
  33. Uganda: Museveni Joins Saturday's Presidential Debate
  34. Tanzania: Magufuli's Shock Therapy After 100 Days
  35. South Africa: We Have Made the Economy an Apex Priority - Zuma
  36. Malawi: EU Rules Out Budgetary Support
  37. South Africa: Search for Missing Miners a Never-Ending Mission – Union
  38. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Boss Fired
  39. South Africa: Newborn Found Alive in Pit Toilet
  40. South Africa: Ramaphosa's Protector Discharged From Hospital After Crash
  41. South Africa: We Share Your Pain, Zuma Tells Families of Trapped Mine Workers
  42. South Africa: Tragedy As Lily Mine Experiences Another Collapse
  43. Ghana: President Mahama, Please Open Your Eyes
  44. Ghana: Ghana Is Not an Extension of Niger
  45. Egypt: Federation of Egyptian Workers in Italy Says Killing Italian Student Aims to C
  46. Egypt: President Sisi to Address Parliament Saturday
  47. North Africa: Q&A - Hurdles for Female Scientists in the Middle East
  48. Egypt: Hundreds of Doctors Rally Outside Syndicate Amid Standoff With Interior Minist
  49. Morocco: UN Security Council Expresses Its Full Support for Ban Ki-Moon's Visit to We
  50. Benin: UN Agencies Boost Efforts to Prevent Further Spread of Lassa Fever
  51. Nigeria: Senate Okays Prosecution of Firms Responsible for 23,000 Ghost Workers
  52. Gambia: The President and His Noble Stance Against Extremism
  53. South Sudan: Kiir Re-Appoints Rival Machar as Deputy
  54. Somalia: Closing Up Regulatory Gaps Key in Fight Against Al-Shabaab
  55. Tanzania: Debt and Corruption in Tanzania
  56. Uganda: Kony Aide Surrenders
  57. Kenya: Property Destroyed As Inferno Engulfs Mombasa Warehouse
  58. South Africa: Virginity Testing 'Sacred' but Not a Science
  59. South Africa: Poor Rural Schools Reveal Rewards of Getting 'Basics' Right
  60. South Africa: Why Free Education Is a Folly in an Unequal Society
  61. South Africa: You Don't Get to Choose the President, Zuma Tells Opposition
  62. South Africa: Eagles and Agriculture - Not a Zero Sum Game
  63. South Africa: Bashir Not Immune From Arrest, Appeal Court Hears
  64. South Africa: De Lille Weighs in On Possible Parliament Move
  65. South Africa: Bashir Case Goes to South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal
  66. The big kick-off
  67. First Lady dares Lacoste group •threatens to name, shame factionalists •Alleges army
  68. Iran congratulates President Mugabe on AU tenure
  69. EDITORIAL COMMENT: A breath of fresh air in our football right now
  70. EFF’s Gupta comments threats of violence: Judge
  71. ‘Russian PM never spoke of world war’
  72. When love is centred on him
  73. BAR TALK: Of poor rich men and mad Americans
  74. City unfazed by title spotlight
  75. We’re here to win — AS Adema
  76. Thug Cop Convicted Of Murdering Akai Gurley
  77. Ethiopian Airlines Launch Africa’s Largest Aviation Academy
  78. Self-Taught Teenage Pianist Goes Viral After Playing Shopping Mall
  79. Nigeria: 2016 Budget Fraud - Buhari Orders Probe
  80. Nigeria: Boko Haram Forced 100,000 Nigerians to Live Abroad As Refugees - U.S.
  81. South Africa: 'Zupta Must Fall' - and Malema's Party Walks Out
  82. Morocco: Morocco Part Ways With Manager Badou Zaki
  83. Egypt: Zamalek Sack Coach Mido After Derby Defeat to Al-Ahly
  84. Algeria: Azzedine Mihoubi Holds Discussions With EU Head of Delegations On Bilateral
  85. Algeria: Algeria-Niger - Convergence of Views On Several Issues
  86. Africa: Cuper - Passion in the Air in Egypt
  87. Nigeria: Boko Haram Not Holding Any Nigerian Territory - Buhari
  88. West Africa: Niger Elections - Why We Must Pay Attention
  89. Nigeria: Supreme Court Dashes Mama Taraba's Hopes, Upholds Gov. Ishaku's Election
  90. Africa: Obama Signs Africa Electricity Plan Into Law
  91. Nigeria: Imo State's Governor Okorocha Recalls Workers, Stops Concession
  92. Somalia: Al Shabaab Disguise Fighters As Peacekeepers
  93. Congo-Kinshasa: U.S. Warns of Chaos If Kabila Declines to Surrender Power
  94. Kenya: Cut Travel, Other Perks By 50%, Kenyatta Says
  95. Kenya: Solar-Powered Wells Ease Conflict Over Water in Rift Valley
  96. East Africa: Kenya Doubles Power Exports to Uganda, Tanzania
  97. South Africa: Cost-Cutting Measures for Executive - Zuma
  98. South Africa: Malema Delivers 'Real' State of the Nation Address
  99. South Africa: Join Forces to Lift Economy, Says Zuma
  100. South Africa: Why Mbeki's Contested Articles Have a Role to Play in History
  101. Zimbabwe: The UK Needs to Stay Out of Nation's Succession Politics
  102. Zimbabwe: We Can Dig Tsvangirai's Political Grave - Mugabe
  103. South Africa: Zuma - Nuclear Plan Will Roll Out At Pace We Can Afford
  104. No Love From France As Suicide Bombers Kill 60 Nigerians
  105. Zacob Zuma Heckled During State-Of-The-Nation Speech
  106. Desmond Tutu Defends Not Prosecuting Whites For Apartheid Crimes
  107. Terrorist Cliven Bundy Now Occupying A Jail Cell After The FBI Arrested Him Last Nigh
  108. Cleveland Actually Wants Tamir Rice’s Family To Pay The $500 Bill For His Ambulance R
  109. Thug Cop Sentenced To Five Years For Shoving Gun In Man’s Mouth, Believes He’s The Vi
  110. Nigeria: 530,000 Women Test Positive for Cancer in Niger
  111. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Gags Top Officials
  112. When the appointed forget their mandate
  113. Average dam levels at 51pc — report
  114. Mahoka attacks Herald, dares VP
  115. Shut up and stop it, says First Lady
  116. President slates feuding bigwigs
  117. Politburo bans social media abuse
  118. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Sanctions remain the elephant in the room
  119. Carl Joshua Ncube joins longest kiss competition
  120. US punishes Barclays over Zim
  121. ‘Stop embarrassing the party’
  122. Algeria: Algeria Plans to Producce Optical Fiber, Says CEO of Algeria Telecom
  123. Egypt: Premature to Judge Results of Probe Into Italian Student's Death - Foreign Min
  124. Morocco: Morocco Still a Model for Justice in Mena, but Questions Remain
  125. Algeria: RSF Urges Algeria to Implement Media Freedom's New Constitutional Guarantees
  126. Egypt: Ministry Is Keen to Confront Individual Violations - Interior Minister
  127. Nigeria: 58 Killed, 78 Injured in Suicide Bombings At Borno IDP Camp
  128. Nigeria: Army Busts Boko Haram Fuel, Ammunition Supply Chain
  129. Liberia: Supreme Court Halts Jailing of Finance Minister
  130. Nigeria: Govt Plans Performance-Based Pay Package for Customs
  131. Nigeria: Govt Must Create Enabling Environment to Grow Economy - Obasanjo
  132. Ethiopia: Living Dirt Poor in the Midst of Glamour
  133. Africa: Rwanda Calls for "Maturity" Over Burundi Crisis
  134. Kenya: Kenya Approves Limited GM Maize Release
  135. Ethiopia: Food Aid 'to Run Out Unless Donors Step in'
  136. Uganda: On Patrol With Uganda's Controversial 'Crime Preventers'
  137. South Africa: Deepening Inequality Is Price Students Will Pay for Free Education
  138. South Africa: Free State Woman Found Buried Alive
  139. South Africa: What Should the President Prioritise in 2016?
  140. Namibia: We Are Not Broke - President
  141. Namibia: San Families Homeless After Eviction From Envoy's Farm
  142. South Africa: 20-Hour Silence From Trapped Miners At Lily Mine
  143. Zimbabwe: Govt Pleads for Cash to Stop Mass Starvation
  144. South Africa: Public Protector 'Biggest Winner' in Nkandla Court Case
  145. Teen, 17, Was Naked And Unarmed When Shot By Texas Policeman
  146. Innoson Motors Now Producing Parts For Nigerian Fighter Jets – NAF
  147. American Couple Forced ‘Nigerian Slave’ To Eat Scraps & Sleep On Floor
  148. Black Lives Matter Activist Marshawn McCarrel Dead From Apparent Suicide
  149. South Africa’s White-Supremacist Terrorists
  150. Djibouti: China To Begin Construction On Its First Navy Base In Africa
  151. Going Backwards: French To Become Compulsory In Nigerian Schools
  152. Police ready for polls
  153. Con Court humiliates ZUJ
  154. MDC-T official nabbed for offensive language
  155. Croco property saved from attachment
  156. Jealously guard national heritage, Mnangagwa
  157. Family feuds over Chiwoniso
  158. 106 000 polling officers deployed
  159. Churches rally behind President
  160. UFOs rattle villagers
  161. ‘Maintain peace’
  162. Libya: ISIL's Presence in Libya Grows to 5,000 Fighters
  163. Egypt: Appointed Egyptian Parliamentarian Submits Resignation
  164. Morocco: Leading Journalist Facing Trial
  165. Morocco: Four Young Sahrawis Sentenced to Heavy Penalties By Moroccan Court
  166. Algeria: Revision of Constitution, a 'Remarkable Progress'
  167. Nigeria: Buhari Never Called Nigerians 'Criminals', Presidency Clarifies
  168. Nigeria: 2016 Budget Runs Into Troubled Waters
  169. Nigeria: Court Jails Two Nigerians Caught Smuggling U.S.$5.4 Million Cash
  170. Nigeria: Alleged Recruiter of Terrorists for Isis, Others, Arrested in Nigeria
  171. Liberia: Ebola Widows Learn to Become the New Breadwinners
  172. Uganda: What Voters Must Know
  173. East Africa: How to Get Communities to Trust Climate Science
  174. Uganda: Presidential Hopefuls Campaign On Promises of Better Land Rights
  175. Rwanda: President Kagame Fires Military Intelligence Chief
  176. Somalia: Food Security and Malnutrition Situation Is 'Alarming' - UN Report
  177. Zimbabwe: Surrounded By Diamonds, Villagers Go Hungry
  178. Southern Africa: It May Take More Than Buzz of Bees to Ward Off Elephants
  179. South Africa: How a Constitutional Court Can Consolidate and Deepen Democracy
  180. South Africa: Judgment Reserved in Nkandla Concourt Application
  181. Botswana: Largest Diamond Found in 100 Years Named 'Our Light'
  182. South Africa: Rescue Teams 12m Away From Trapped Miners
  183. Africa: Resource-Rich Countries in Africa 'Addicts in Need of Rehab'
  184. South Africa: Zuma 'Violated Oath of Office and Constitution'
  185. Be wary of conmen: Judge
  186. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Politburo must invoke spirit of Team Zanu-PF
  187. Govt loses $830m to poor public finance management
  188. $4 500 pay is peanuts, says town clerk
  189. Russia celebrates Diplomats’ Day
  190. Nkandla upgrade: Zuma to pay back cash, but . . .
  191. Crunch Politburo indaba on today
  192. Zifa’s $100m deal
  193. Mathias Mhere launches fifth album tonight
  194. Women’s League scoffs at demo claims
  195. Flint Water Crisis: Rick Snyder Must Produce All Emails Immediately
  196. Georgia Executes Brandon Astor Jones Its Oldest Death Row Inmate
  197. Who Was Cecil Rhodes?
  198. Chicago Cop Sues Estate Of Teen He Murdered, Arguing Incident Caused Him Trauma
  199. Why African Will Not Get The Zika Virus
  200. Africa’s Relationship With The Rest Of The World
  201. How Foreign Interests Are Preventing Democracy In Haiti
  202. LATEST: Alpha and Omega bomb plotter sentence Tuesday
  203. A glimmer of hope for Mbare’s sanitation problems?
  204. Mall of Zim gets EMA, council nod
  205. East Africa: Egypt Pulls Out of Regional Power Pool, Protests Over Nile
  206. Egypt: Condemn Justice Minister's Hate Speech
  207. Egypt: Letter to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi
  208. Morocco: Second Millennium Challenge Compact With Morocco Gathers Steam - Jean R. Abi
  209. Egypt: PM - National Debt in Safe Position
  210. Nigeria: 58,000 Babies Are Born With HIV/Aids Annually in Nigeria - UNAIDS
  211. Africa: Sub-Saharan Africa Lags Behind On Poverty Eradication
  212. Nigeria: Army to Court-Martial Officers, Soldiers Over Borno Attacks
  213. Nigeria: Kenya's Kiptom Wins Lagos City Marathon
  214. Nigeria: Eight Rescued, Two Missing As Another Boat Capsizes in Lagos
  215. Kenya: Farmers Urge Kenyatta to Solve Coffee Woes
  216. Kenya: MPs to Pass Law On Kenya's Mining Industry
  217. South Africa: Mandela's Grandson Weds His Muslim Bride
  218. South Africa: Trapped Miners - Govt Confirms Lily Mine Closure
  219. South Africa: Permission Granted for State of the Nation Protests
  220. Angola: No-Shows Force Adjournments At the Show Trial of the Luanda Book Club
  221. South Africa: Unions Justified to Demand Double Digit Pay Increases
  222. Africa: Mining Heavyweights Descend On Cape Town
  223. Namibia: 14-Year-Old Malawian Braniac Enrolled At University of Namibia
  224. ?Why Haitians Are Chanting ‘Down With Obama’
  225. Haiti Election: Is The Haitian Private Sector Haiti’s Worst Enemy?
  226. Ethiopia Quietly Dispels Myths About Africa
  227. Nigeria: PDP Goofed in Picking Jonathan As 2015 Presidential Candidate - Fayose
  228. Namibia: Black Africa Football Club Aim for Maximum Points As Title Race Heats Up
  229. Namibia: Prisoners On Hunger Strike in Katima
  230. Nigeria: Navy Foils Hijack of Merchant Ship, Recues 25 Foreigners
  231. Mali/Congo-Kinshasa: Three-Star DR Congo Wins Second CHAN Title
  232. Africa: What Happened in Addis Over International Criminal Court?
  233. Nigeria: How Govt Can Deliver On the Promise of Good Primary Care
  234. Nigeria: Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani, Dumps PDP, Attacks Party
  235. Uganda: Besigye and Museveni Unite!
  236. Rwanda: French Role in Genocide Probed
  237. Tanzania: Govt Facing Aid Freeze Over Zanzibar Stalemate
  238. Rwanda: Nation's Achilles' Heel - There Is No Back-Up Plan to Kagame
  239. South Africa: Cracking Problem of Shortage of Highly Specialised Doctors
  240. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Succession: Jonathan Moyo Bares it All
  241. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Faces Fitness Probe
  242. Zimbabwe: I Did Not Steal Panties - Mutsvangwa
  243. South Africa: Granny Survives 'Thousands' of Bee Stings
  244. Zimbabwe: We Don't Need Theoretical Graduates, Says Hungwe
  245. Angola: Agricultural Campaign to Reach Over 19.000 Tons in Matala
  246. Moyo recruited to destroy Zanu-PF: Mutsvangwa
  247. Fast-track land reform over: Mombeshora
  248. Moyo, Kasukuwere must go: War vets
  249. Chiefs are non-partisan, says VP Mnangagwa
  250. Of band managers, professionalism