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  1. ‘Time to unite for ZIFA’
  2. Zanu-PF indaba roars into life
  3. Championing the arts
  4. Munodawafa trial set for February
  5. MicroKing takeover deal collapses
  6. Tuku takes fans down memory lane
  7. Rhodes Must Fall: Decolonising education
  8. Africa: Algeria, Nigeria Progress As Egypt Crash Out
  9. Africa: China, Africa Affirm Their Relationship Is Mutually Beneficial
  10. Egypt: Overall Turnout Rate of Parliamentary Elections 28.3 Percent - Sec
  11. Morocco: HM the King Chairs Official Launch of Moroccan Cultural Week in UAE
  12. Egypt: Egypt Allows 162 Palestinians to Pass Rafah Crossing, After Months of Closure
  13. Nigeria: Proposed Social Media Bill Under Fire
  14. Nigeria: MTN Fine - NCC Admits Error in Reduced Penalty
  15. South Africa/Senegal: South Africa Joins Senegal Into Last Four
  16. Nigeria: Buhari Mourns Emir of Keffi, Chindo Yamusa
  17. Nigeria: LAPD African Cops Hits Cinema
  18. Ethiopia: Govt Targeting New Funds On Back of Renewable Energy Strategy
  19. Kenya: Garissa University Set to Re-Open
  20. Kenya: Take Court Action Over Rot, Theft in Parliament
  21. Kenya: Step Up Preparations
  22. Kenya: Rotich Doctored Bond Accounts, Odinga Now Says
  23. Africa: African First Ladies Commit to an HIV Free Generation
  24. South Africa: An Induction Year Can Make All the Difference to Novice Teachers
  25. Zimbabwe: Rand Depreciation to Persist
  26. Malawi: Addressing Climate Change and Poverty As One
  27. Africa: Africa, China Business Leaders Sign Billions in Investments
  28. South Africa: 14 Insurgents Dead After Ambush On Somali Military
  29. BREAKING NEWS: Kiki Divaris dies
  30. Uganda: New Report On Violation of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights
  31. Southern Africa: What Drove Women to Lie in an HIV Clinical Trial
  32. Egypt: 12 Killed in Attack On Restaurant
  33. Egypt: Sisi Following Mubarak?
  34. Morocco: Gnawa Music - From Slavery to Prominence
  35. Libya: Can Peace Deal Bring Relief to South Libya's 'Chinese Camp'?
  36. Egypt: Cabinet - Focac Seeks Promoting Partnership in Various Fields
  37. West Africa: U.S. Condemns Attacks in Lake Chad Basin
  38. Burkina Faso: The Democratic Road Ahead
  39. Africa: Defaming the President
  40. Africa: Dakar to Become 'The Hague of Africa'?
  41. Mali: Strategic Shift Needed to Combat Violent Extremism
  42. Rwanda: Europe Questions Third Term for Kagame
  43. Tanzania: Universities Add Course in Female Genital Mutilation
  44. Kenya: New TB Drugs for Children Unveiled
  45. Seychelles: 1,600 Voters Cast Ballots On First Polling Day
  46. South Africa: Pistorius's Lawyers Tight-Lipped Over Possible Bail Application
  47. Malawi: Govt Combats Child Labour for a Better Life
  48. South Africa: Warning That Student Protests Could Pick Up Again in 2016
  49. South Africa: Cybercrimes Bill Criminalises Range of Lawful Activities, NGO Says
  50. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Verdict Raises the Bar for South African Judiciary
  51. Zambia: Lungu Wants Early Polls
  52. South Africa: Pistorius' Legal Team to Decide Paralympian's Future
  53. US man accused of hoarding 5 000 guns
  54. First Lady sets the record straight on VPs
  55. Mayor Logistics takes row to Supreme Court
  56. Where are you going this holiday?
  57. Pistorius must appear in court ‘urgently’
  58. EDITORIAL COMMENT: NEES gives life to indigenisation
  59. Today is the big day
  60. China not out to rob us: President…‘Asian giant doing more for Africa than its former
  61. Ultimate test for CAPS United
  62. Harare Declaration puts seal on ICASA
  63. Kenya: Has Lupita Nyong'o' Scenes Cut From Star Wars Film?
  64. North Africa: The Over-Written, Under-Reported Middle East
  65. Libya: Fighting for Libya's Energy Wealth
  66. Libya: Libya - Long-Term Arbitrary Detentions
  67. Tunisia: Tunisia Eyes Five Percent Growth in Next Five Years - Yassine Brahim
  68. Egypt: Egyptian Women, Students Face Institutionalised Travel Restrictions
  69. Nigeria: Dasuki Denies Ever Implicating Anyone in Probes
  70. Nigeria: Troops Killed Jos Lion Because We Don't Have Tranquilisers - Park
  71. Nigeria: Senate Pushes Social Media Clampdown Bill, Hits Back At Critics
  72. Burkina Faso: How Govt Ensured Freest and Fairest Elections Ever
  73. Nigeria: Wanted 'Potential' Child Suicide Bomber Arrested
  74. Uganda: Nation Ready for First War Crimes Trial
  75. Kenya: Warning of 'Secretive' Plan to Set Up International Financial Centre
  76. Kenya: What's Being Done in Maasai Mara to Protect Cheetahs
  77. Kenya: Avocados Reap Rewards While Staple Corn Withers
  78. Seychelles: Voters Head to the Polls
  79. South Africa: Why Appeal Judges Found Oscar Guilty
  80. South Africa: Free Higher Education for All Impossible - Minister
  81. South Africa: Nene Rules On SAA Airbus Swap
  82. South Africa: SAHRC Welcomes Ruling Against Minister and Limpopo Dept
  83. South Africa: Reeva's Mother Sobs After Pistorius Judgment
  84. Zimbabwe: Fault Lines in China Deals
  85. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Guilty of Murder - Not Culpable Homicide
  86. South Africa: Supreme Court of Appeal Judge Begins Reading Pistorius Sentence
  87. Authorities seek California couple’s motive
  88. Creativity drives arts sector
  89. Gumbura plotted to dethrone Govt: Witness
  90. All eyes on ZIFA Poll
  91. Oscar Pistorius guilty of murder
  92. Xi’s visit pays off for power projects
  93. First Lady slates confusion NGOs• ‘Food aid yes, but no conditions’ • Drought-prone M
  94. Levy for foreign companies in reserved sectors
  95. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Poverty eradication vital in fight against HIV
  96. ‘Focac a cornerstone’
  97. Did Researchers just Discover Queen Nefertiti’s Resting Place
  98. French Army Officers Deny Aiding Rwanda Genocide
  99. The Rise Of Racism In France, Black Politicians Sound The Alarm
  100. 5 Black Inventions That You Probably Don’t Know About (But Should!)
  101. Federal Grand Jury Indicts 3 In Race War Plot
  102. China Spending Billions In Africa
  103. Saudi Investors Say Ethiopian Govt Officials ‘Robbed’ Them
  104. South Africa: SA, China Ink Multi-Million Deals
  105. Egypt/Nigeria: Four Things Siasia and the Dream Team Must Do Against Egypt
  106. Libya: IFJ Condemns Threats By Libyan Official Authorities Against the Journalism Com
  107. Libya: Libya One of the Top Priorities in Coming Months - French Prime Minister
  108. Egypt/Nigeria: Egypt Rally Back to Hold Nigeria
  109. Egypt: Egypt Stock Market Jumps Up After Government Pays Dues to Foreign Investors
  110. Nigeria: Oshiomhole After Me Because I Blocked His 'Dubious N15 Billion Loan' Bid - O
  111. Nigeria: Escaped Jos Lion Killed
  112. Nigeria: Nigerian Opposition Critical of 'Process' in Anti-Corruption Drive Arrests
  113. Cameroon: Army Frees Hundreds of Boko Haram Hostages
  114. Ghana: Ghanaian Turtles On the Brink of Extinction
  115. Kenya: Mombasa High Court Jails British Terror Suspect
  116. Tanzania: Let Pregnant Girls Return to School in Tanzania, Campaigners Plea
  117. Uganda: Ministry Launches Toll-Free Line to Fight HIV/Aids
  118. Uganda: Government Commits to Chemical Weapons Deal
  119. Tanzania: Farmers in the Shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro Struggle With Climate Change
  120. Africa: A Fresh Look Confirms National Minimum Wage Would Be Good for South Africa
  121. South Africa: Residents Fight Back Against Banks' Eviction Tactics
  122. South Africa: Mom Tells of Blessings With Three Sets of Twins
  123. South Africa: New Video Emerges of South African Held Hostage in Mali
  124. Mozambique: Mozambique Confirms It Is Land Mine Free
  125. Angola: Rapper Accused of Rebellion Calls for End of Dos Santos Rule
  126. South Africa: What Place for South African Coal in a Low-Carbon World?
  127. South Africa: Mom Wants Organ Donor Referrals to Be Mandatory
  128. ZAMCO acquires $242m bad loans
  129. Sovereign Wealth Fund costing Zim
  130. China ready to cope with risks over yuan
  131. Nestle commissions powdered milk plant
  132. Chinese group acquires stake in Sunlight Energy
  133. SA rand on fragile ground
  134. Oil falls below $44
  135. TelOne’s annual promo caters for all
  136. Young Achievers Tech Awards nominees named
  137. Zim man flies flag at ITU
  138. The Shockingly Vile Conduct Of Anita Alvarez, Chicago’s Head Prosecutor
  139. Saudi Arabia And The GCC Are Expanding To Eritrea. Geopolitical Implications For Ethi
  140. Zimbabwe And China Sign 12 Landmark Deals
  141. The Republican Party Is Now America’s Largest Hate Group
  142. Cops In Rural Alabama Accused Of Mass False Arrests Of Hundreds Of Black Youths
  143. Donald Trump Is A Racist And A Bigot
  144. Senegal/Tunisia: Pink-Booted Senegalese Strikes Wonder Goal
  145. Nigeria: Senate Approves N574 Billion Supplementary Budget
  146. Libya: France Detains Two Trying to Join ISIS in Libya
  147. Egypt: Living Without a Name - Paternity Disputes in Egypt Ruin Thousands of Lives
  148. Tunisia: Tunisia to Cut Co2 Emissions By 41 Percent in 2030 - Essid
  149. Egypt: Interior Ministry Statement
  150. Morocco: Christopher Ross Examines With Mauritanian Prime Minister Latest Development
  151. Burkina Faso: Kabore Elected President of Burkina Faso in Milestone Election
  152. Nigeria: Govt to Help South Sudan in Debt Management
  153. Nigeria: Will Buhari's Judicial Reforms Work?
  154. Africa: Rattan Wood Bone Implants Near Human Trials
  155. Nigeria: Festive Gifts Present Terror Threat to Nigerians
  156. Ethiopia: Is Addis Covering Up a Famine?
  157. Kenya: Kenyan Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Hit By Speeding Car
  158. Kenya: Cardiologists Break New Ground By Unblocking Heart Vessels Using a Diamond Dri
  159. Africa: No Miracles, Just Signs As Pope Francis Ends Africa Visit
  160. Kenya: Athletics Officials Suspended for Corruption
  161. South Africa: Time to Be 'Really, Really Worried' About Justice
  162. South Africa: Aids Day Highlights Need to Fix Patents Law
  163. Zimbabwe: Investment-Hungry Zim Pulls Out All Stops for China's Xi Jinping
  164. South Africa: Letsoaka Resigns From Arrows
  165. South Africa: Man in Court After Murder of Alleged Genital Mutilator's Wife
  166. Malawi: Same-Sex Laws Hinder Prisoners' Access to HIV Services
  167. South Africa: As They Grow Up, Aids Orphans Confront Crime, HIV
  168. South Africa: Nation Has Excelled in Treating HIV, Prevention Remains a Disaster
  169. Rousing welcome for Chinese leader
  170. Zim, China ink 12 landmark deals
  171. President raps developed world’s tokenism
  172. DeMbare’s chilling warning
  173. Mujuru, Gumbura mull political alliance
  174. ‘We need zero new HIV infections’
  175. Zim scales up self-testing project
  176. MSU second graduation slated for Dec 10
  177. Social media: Zanu-PF youths warned
  178. Zim outstrips UK, France in Internet freedom: Report
  179. Busted: Video Show Cops Deleting Footage Of The Murder Of Laquan McDonald
  180. Ethiopia’s Five-Year Plan To Grow Its Economy
  181. Thug Cop Who Murdered Laquan McDonald Out On Bail
  182. The Murder Of Laquan McDonald And The Cover-Up In Chicago
  183. A Blow To White Supremacy As California Becomes First State To Ban Grand Juries In Po
  184. Nazi News: CNN Described Freddie Gray As “The Son Of An Illiterate Heroin Addict”
  185. Africa: Lake Chad Recedes to 'Catastrophic' Levels
  186. Algeria: Nuclear Testing in in-Ecker Region - Need for Cleaning Up Sites Contaminated
  187. Egypt: Egypt-Sudan Crisis 'Runs Deep'
  188. Libya: Enforced Disappearance of Literature Professor Since 22 November 2015
  189. Morocco: UN Envoy to Western Sahara Expected to Arrive Today to Sahrawi Refugee Camps
  190. Nigeria: Fears of Resource Conflicts Fuelled By Climate Change in Nigeria
  191. Nigeria: EFCC Arrests Former Minister, Others Over Alleged U.S.$2 Billion Arms Deal
  192. Nigeria: Aids Agency Discovers 3,500 Male Sex Workers in Abuja
  193. Burkina Faso: People Will Hold the New Government to Account, Whatever the Result, Sa
  194. Nigeria: TB Joshua Fails to Show Up for Trial Over Building Collapse
  195. Congo-Kinshasa: Fighting Between Army and Rebels Kills 30 in DRC
  196. Tanzania: #WhatWouldMagufuliDo Sparks New Bout of Tanzaphilia
  197. Ethiopia: How Bad Is the Drought in Ethiopia?
  198. Kenya: Ban Day Travel for Trucks, MP Urges Govt
  199. Kenya: Men Arrested for Allegedly Being Iranian Terror Group Spies
  200. South Africa: Low Genetic Diversity Putting Great White Sharks At Risk
  201. Africa: How South Africa Can Spread Renewable Energy to Low Income Areas
  202. Botswana: Leaving the Office to Work the Land and Finding Opportunity
  203. South Africa: Joburg to Become a Megacity By 2030, but Will It Be Smart?
  204. South Africa: Criminal Charges Laid Against Police Commissioner
  205. Malawi: Govt Working to Improve Nutrition Sensitive Agricultural Production
  206. Angola: After Dos Santos - More of the Same?
  207. South Africa: In Rural Areas, Aids Treatment Gains Ground - but So Do Infections
  208. Chitiyo illuminates tournament
  209. CAPS’ Chitembwe, Chungwa honoured
  210. Antipas tips Deco for award
  211. Zim rowers under the spotlight
  212. Swimming ace Coventry honoured again
  213. No regrets for Wenger
  214. Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar for 2015 Ballon d’Or
  215. Obama meets Putin at climate summit
  216. China to launch carbon tracking satellites
  217. The solidity of China-Africa relations
  218. Get Real, White South Africa
  219. Ethiopia Warns Saudi Arabia And UAE
  220. Abortions By Black Women In NYC Outpacing Births?
  221. Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality
  222. Nigeria: Country to Prosecute T.B. Joshua, Others Over Death of 116 Persons in Church
  223. Nigeria: Kidnapped Samson Siasia's Mother Regains Freedom
  224. Nigeria: Faleke Writes APC Again, Insists He Is Kogi Governor-Elect
  225. Kenya: Family's Agony Ends As Garissa Attack Victim Finally Laid to Rest in Kitui
  226. Kenya: 2,700 Families Displaced By El Nino Floods in Kisumu
  227. Kenya: 12 Feared Dead As Bus Swept Away By Floods
  228. South Africa: Thousands of Zimbabwean Permits Uncollected in SA
  229. Zimbabwe: Sports Betting - Are We On a Roll or It's a Raw Wager
  230. Kenya: Kin of 'South Sudan Five' Held in Sudan Seek Kenyatta's Help
  231. Egypt: Egypt Elected Member of Imo Executive Board
  232. Egypt: Petroleum Sector, Ebrd Sign MOU to Enhance Sustainable Development
  233. Egypt: PM Inspects Ismailia Urban Development Projects
  234. Egypt: Egypt, Sierra Leone Sign Transport Cooperation Agreement
  235. Burkina Faso: Why Historic Vote Matters
  236. Burkina Faso: Low Turnout in Burkina Faso Elections
  237. Nigeria: Buhari Appoints 30 Federal High Court Judges
  238. Nigeria: Abuja Crime Rate Lowest in Nigeria - Police Commissioner
  239. Nigeria: Ali Nuhu Denies Death Rumour
  240. Djibouti: Base Could Be Start of U.S.-China Military Rivalry
  241. Kenya: Bid to Alter ICC Rules Flops
  242. Tanzania: Magufuli Is All the Rage
  243. Zimbabwe: Legislator Wants Birth Control for Men
  244. Zimbabwe: Roki Threatens Pauline's New Lover
  245. Zimbabwe: Outrage Over Grace's Wheelchair Pledge
  246. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Twists Mujuru 'Witchcraft' Tale
  247. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Comes Face-to-Face With Gays
  248. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Ouster Bleeds Fiscus
  249. Zimbabwe: Insurance Firms Accused of Robbing Policy Holders
  250. South Africa: Man Shot and Killed in Doornfontein