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  1. Global commodities slump hits Africa hard
  2. President back from India
  3. Zanu-PF, MDC-T supporters clash
  4. Egypt: Wreckage of Russian Civilian Flight Found
  5. Egypt: Debris Found After Russian Plane Crashes in Egypt
  6. Nigeria: We Can't Afford to Pay 42 Ministers - Buhari
  7. Africa: Final Eight FIFA Presidential Hopefuls Revealed
  8. Nigeria: FG Frustrates Corruption War By Humiliating Anti-Graft Czars
  9. Nigeria: NGO Trains 1,000 Commercial Sex Workers in Bauchi
  10. Nigeria: Nigeria to Benefit From EDC U.S.$10 Billion Investment
  11. Tanzania: Zanzibar in Fear As Lawyers Dispute Annulment of Results
  12. Rwanda: Kagame Free to Rule Till 2034
  13. Burundi: Nation Ready for Fresh Round of Talks
  14. Kenya: Lessons From Nation's Ambitious Nutrition Plan
  15. Kenya: Govt Threatens to Deregister Hundreds of NGOs
  16. South Africa: Beyond Protests Lies Struggle Against Deeply Rooted Oppression
  17. Zimbabwe: 'Heroic' Mugabe Fit Despite India Stumble - Spokesman
  18. South Africa: Boks Down Pumas to Win Bronze Final
  19. Malawi: Heavy Rains Hit Malawi
  20. South Africa: 1 Dead, 15 Injured in Potchefstroom Accident
  21. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Hits Hard Times
  22. South Africa: Injured Driver Hit By Two Tow Trucks Following Crash
  23. Egypt: First Coal-Using Electricity Station to Be Established in March With USD 3 Bil
  24. Algeria: UNHCR Airlifts Emergency Relief to Algeria Flood Victims
  25. Africa: Sustainable Development - Africa, India Make Most Unbiased Assessment
  26. Egypt: EFSA Chief - Egp 449 Billion Market Capital of Egyptian Exchange
  27. Algeria: Deep Reforms Were Undertaken in Justice to Consolidate Its Independence
  28. Mauritania: Govt Will Not Prosecute Detainee Freed From Guantanamo
  29. Nigeria: Civil War Landmines - Govt to Settle Huge Damages Claim
  30. Nigeria: #NigeriaVsKenya Engage in Funny Midnight Twitter War
  31. Nigeria: Fifth Telecommunications Company Enters Market
  32. South Africa: JSE to Investigate MTN for Possible Insider Trading
  33. South Sudan: Rebels Release 18 UN Peacekeepers
  34. Kenya: Dozens Flock to Village in Makueni to See 'Virgin Mary Rock'
  35. Kenya: Mapping Water Resources to Arm Against Drought
  36. Uganda: SATIRE: Why Didn't Kikwete Change Constitution and Stand Again?
  37. Somalia: Massive Search for Shabaab Air-Crash Hostages
  38. South Africa: What Govt's No-Fee University Report Says
  39. South Africa: Q&A - Is Fiscal Discipline the Right Recipe for South Africa?
  40. Angola: Lawyer Faces Jail Term for Inviting Congolese Journalists
  41. Africa: African Standby Force - How the AU Can Get It Right
  42. South Africa: Wits Calls the Cops As #EndOutsourcing Protest Continues
  43. Africa: MTN 'Engaging' Nigerian Authorities On $5.2bn Fine
  44. South Africa: Water Crisis Reaches Breaking Point
  45. Zimbabwe: Assassins without guns
  46. President in good health – Charamba
  47. A tale of two candidates
  48. Of late certified pots labelling kettles black
  49. Dinha seeks de-classification of State secrets
  50. All Blacks seek immortality
  51. Sheik TBoss aims for the stars
  52. ‘Teachers deserve better pay, benefits’
  53. Tomana’s application devoid of merit: Concourt
  54. Birthday surprise for Junior President
  55. Police Are The Greatest Threat Facing Black Kids In Schools
  56. Dear Racists: Leave Star Wars Alone
  57. Autopsy Claims Lynched Eritrean Man Killed Only By Security Guard’s Bullets, Not By S
  58. The Secret Is Out: 10 African Super Foods You Need To Be Eating And Drinking Now
  59. Security Cam Footage Shows Jewish Mob Screaming “Kill Him!” As African Man Lay Helple
  60. How Did Birdman And Cash Money Records Become So Rich And Powerful?
  61. Life Now Harder For South Carolina Teen Assaulted By White Cop — She’s In Foster Care
  62. Egypt: Child Beatings Occur 'Daily' in Egyptian Schools, Says Lawyer
  63. Tunisia: Italy Rejects Extradition of Tunis Attack Suspect
  64. Morocco: French Association Calls On President Hollande to Meet Sahrawi Refugees' Nee
  65. Libya: Militias and the Quest for Libyan Unity
  66. Algeria: Messahel Holds Talks in New Delhi With India's Minister of State for Petrole
  67. Nigeria: Opposition Walks Out As Senate Confirms Ministers
  68. Nigeria: Govt - There'll Be No Co-ordinating Minister for Economy
  69. Nigeria: Kaduna's Oldest Pupil Faces Lack of Motivation
  70. Africa: Africa-India Summit - Leaders Focus On Strengthening Cooperation
  71. Liberia: Americans Tipped Ngafuan for President in 2018
  72. Tanzania: John Magufuli Declared Fifth President
  73. Tanzania: Why Is Tanzania's Peaceful Election Suddenly Unraveling?
  74. Congo-Kinshasa: Rwandan Rebels Total 5,000, Claims Defector
  75. South Sudan: A Time for Justice in South Sudan
  76. Congo-Kinshasa: Over 30 Killed in Fighting Between Army and Rebels
  77. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Nearly Tumbles in India
  78. South Africa: Students Back At Parliament to Hand Over Memorandum
  79. Angola: Where Did All the Oil Riches Go? - Luanda Residents
  80. South Africa: Women Living in Terror Plan March in Grahamstown
  81. Zimbabwe: VIDEO: Moyo Breaks Down at Daughter's Funeral
  82. Malawi: Hydropower Dries Up As River Runs Low, Menacing Forests
  83. Africa: SA Protests Have 'Woken Up' African Students
  84. South Africa: Petrol Price Could Drop By 22c a Litre
  85. India offers Africa $10bn credit chest
  86. VP Mnangagwa rallies climate change fight
  87. Mixed reactions to contraceptives call
  88. Shun tribalism, says Acting President
  89. Barefooted pupil misses third exam paper
  90. PSMAS board defies Govt
  91. Africa, India demand reforms
  92. CCM’s Magufuli defeats Lowassa to land presidency
  93. Where does gospel music stand?
  94. 10-Point Plan Supplement: Zim-Asset projects under implementation
  95. Rwanda: Legislators Debate Constitutional Change On Presidential Term Limits
  96. Africa: African Union Finds Horrific War Crimes Committed in South Sudan
  97. Tanzania: Tensions High in Zanzibar As Authorities Annul Vote
  98. FCC chair accuses Verizon of throttling unlimited data to boost profits
  99. Algeria: Peugeot Algeria Car Manufacturing Plant Project Nearly Finalized
  100. Egypt: Low Turnout On First Day of House Elections Run-Offs
  101. Egypt: July Egypt Trade Deficit Hits Record High Since Start of 2015
  102. Egypt: Egypt Slides in Overall Ranking of Annual Doing Business 2016 Report
  103. Egypt: New Prison Law Creates Breeding Ground for Abuses and Restricts Prisoners' Rig
  104. Nigeria: Army Issues Boko Haram 'Wanted' Posters
  105. Nigeria: Kano Teachers Owed Salaries for 8 Months
  106. Nigeria: Poverty Is Driving a Rise in the Number of Nigerian Child Hawkers
  107. Chad: Trial Against Habre Postponed
  108. Nigeria: FIFA Confirms Seven Candidates for Presidential Election
  109. Somalia: Thousands Homeless As El Nino Floods Sweep Somalia
  110. Somalia: Is Somaliland Still a Good News Story?
  111. Tanzania: Election Annulled in Zanzibar
  112. Kenya: Police Nab 'Highway Robber' Terrorising Nairobi Motorists
  113. South Sudan: Factions Agree to Implement Demilitarization
  114. South Africa: Zuma Says Student Protesters Were 'Courageous'
  115. South Africa: #FeesMustFall Protests Fracture Further At Wits
  116. Zimbabwe: Elephant Poisoning the Work of Disgruntled Rangers?
  117. South Africa: Trio of Female Rapists Stalk the Streets
  118. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius - The Injustice of Justice
  119. South Africa: I Can't Afford to Send My Children to University, Says Campus Worker
  120. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's White Farmers Start Anew in Mozambique
  121. South Africa: Different Protest, Different Reasons, Same State Violence
  122. Magaya honoured
  123. Advantage gamecocks
  124. SK Moyo warns private media
  125. Parliament gets tough on errant MPs
  126. Smell of ‘death’ in the opposition
  127. Barefooted pupil barred from exams
  128. Jah Prayzah launches culture evenings
  129. Zimbabwean newspaper shuts down
  130. Editorial Comment: Speed up ‘doing business’ reforms
  131. fastjet lines up $15m for investment
  132. We Are Building World’s Largest Refinery – Dangote
  133. Gulf Too Hot To Support Human Life By 2070
  134. Egypt: Egyptians Head to Polls Tuesday in Election Run-Offs
  135. Egypt: Mahallah Strike Continues, Cracks Between Management and Striking Workers Appe
  136. Egypt: Top Egypt Court Lifts Travel Ban On Preacher Mohamed Jibril
  137. Tunisia: In Tunisia, Press Freedom Erodes Amid Security Fears
  138. Tunisia: Tunisia Arrests Jihadists Allegedly Recruiting Fighters for Syria
  139. Cameroon: Violence, Refugees Pile Pressure On Communities - UN
  140. Africa: Africa's Top 10 Business Brands
  141. Nigeria: Kalu Drops FIFA Ambition
  142. Nigeria: Odegbami Withdraws From FIFA Presidency Race
  143. Nigeria: Exclusive - Mother of Convicted Army General Pleads for Mercy
  144. Sudan: Hand Over President Bashir, ICC Urges India
  145. Africa: Sharing a Husband May Lead to Greater Wealth and Health, Study Says
  146. Tanzania: Zanzibar Opposition Claims Election Victory
  147. Tanzania: Tensions Rise As Ruling Party Takes Early Lead
  148. Rwanda: Training Minister Dropped From Cabinet
  149. South Africa: New Bill Will Recognise Khoi-San As Traditional Leaders
  150. Zambia: Power-Cut Blues in Zambia
  151. Zimbabwe: Nation Faces Civil War If Mugabe 'Doesn't Wake Up' - Biti
  152. Africa: South Africa Should Override Patent On Key HIV Medicine After Widespread Stoc
  153. South Africa: Were the Wits University Students Betrayed?
  154. South Africa: Xenophobic Violence and Looting in Grahamstown
  155. South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Students Required to Buy Laptops
  156. Chaos at Bindura!
  157. Action needed on Auditor-General’s reports
  158. ‘I’m not buying favours’
  159. BAZ commends Govt’s arrears clearance strategy
  160. Mphoko wants thorough probe into Zanele’s death
  161. Call to boost South-South ties
  162. Testimonial for Rooney
  163. Rain-making for Lake Kariba
  164. IS THIS THE TITLE DECIDER?…Chicken Inn cry foul
  165. Vineyard segments target market
  166. Cop Making False Arrest Is Forced To Let His Victim Go After Noticing A Citizen Filmi
  167. President Zuma’s Bodyguard Killed In An Apparent Hit
  168. VIDEO: Thug Cop Violently Attacks Peaceful High School Girl As She Sits At Her Desk
  169. Cops Continue Public Attacks: Say Black Protesters Are ‘Garbage’ And ‘Sub-Human’
  170. Egypt: Alexandria Governor Resigns Amid Flooding Crisis
  171. Libya: Gaddafi's Son Speaks From Jail
  172. Algeria: Algeria-France - President Hollande Receives Lamamra, Bouchouareb
  173. Algeria: Sharp Drop in Car Imports Over First Nine Months of 2015
  174. Algeria: Head of Tunisian Government - My Visit to Algeria, Opportunity to Strengthen
  175. Nigeria: Lagos to Deploy Drones to Combat Crime
  176. Cote d'Ivoire: Turnout Decisive in Ivory Coast Vote
  177. Nigeria: South African Firm Ships Billions Abroad to Dodge Nigerian Taxes
  178. Nigeria: Army Warns of Boko Haram Plot to Poison Water Sources
  179. Nigeria: Country to Challenge UK On Plans to Deport 29,000 Nigerians
  180. Kenya: Jubilee Parties to Merge in December
  181. Ethiopia: Hunger Looms Over Ethiopia As El Nino Drives Drought
  182. Kenya: Thousands Stranded as Mombasa Ferries Break Down
  183. Uganda: Regional Gorilla Census Starts
  184. East Africa: Milestone Reached On Ethio-Djibouti Railway
  185. South Africa: Why It's Getting Harder to Access Free, Quality Academic Research
  186. Africa: Acsa, Munich Airport Deal a First for Africa
  187. South Africa: Cops Need Bribes to Do Their Job, Senzo Meyiwa's Father Says
  188. South Africa: Ajax Cape Town's Lolo Dies in Car Crash
  189. South Africa: Academics Must Still 'Publish or Perish'
  190. Africa: Despite Threats, Africa Is Looking to Nuclear With Russia and China's Help
  191. South Africa: Universal Health Coverage Means More Than Access and Affordability - Qu
  192. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Good times roll in local football
  193. ‘Mudhara Danger’ dies
  194. Chiyangwa makes move
  195. Chipanga launches album in style
  196. ‘AfDB to electrify Africa in 10 years’
  197. Perm sec wants to be taken off remand
  198. Axed NSSA bosses challenge expulsion
  199. Extra Large joins Dream Star train
  200. No going back on Unki smelter: Amplats
  201. Bleaching: Fanta face, coke legs conundrum
  202. Africa: How Africa Can Fix the International Criminal Court
  203. Tunisia: Suspicious Deaths in Custody
  204. Libya: Holders Libya Crash Out
  205. Egypt: Sisi Says State Pays Attention to Fishing Farming Projects
  206. Egypt: Sisi to Embark On Tour of UAE, India, Bahrain
  207. Nigeria: Challenges Abound but People Want Results - Fashola (IGC Awardee)
  208. Cote d'Ivoire: Polls Open in First Elections Since War
  209. Nigeria: Former President Survives Accident
  210. Cote d'Ivoire: President Poised to Cement Power in Vote
  211. Tanzania: Tanzanians Vote in Tightest Race in Country's History
  212. Uganda: Govt Plans to Issue Titles for All Customary Land
  213. Tanzania: Opposition Gears for Tough Polls
  214. Tanzania: Tanzanians Go to the Polls
  215. South Africa: Govt Unsure How to Pay for 0 Percent Fees Increase – Report
  216. Mozambique: Mozambican Refugees May Lose Shelter in Malawi
  217. Zimbabwe: Govt Mulls Emergency Power Imports
  218. South Africa: Police Confirm That Seven Students Arrested
  219. South Africa: Huge Relief As SA Relaxes Visa Rules
  220. South Africa/Nigeria: Basetsana Go Down to Nigeria U20 in WC Qualifiers
  221. South Africa: Brave South Africa Win but Eliminated From Chan
  222. Govt introduces fixed toll fee
  223. Zanele was special: Granny
  224. Tsvangirai witnesses party violence
  225. Zim, China in high-level talks
  226. Kasukuwere warns schemers
  227. Electricity tariff increase looms
  228. ‘Build Zimbabwe’ targets 1m houses
  229. ZPC, Intratrek sign $200m deal
  230. EDITORIAL COMMENT: We can do more to save domestic power
  231. Macheso lost winning team
  232. Egypt: Egypt's Bourse Indicators Hike During Last Week
  233. Egypt: Brotherhood Businessman 'Plotted to Smuggle Foreign Currency' - Minister
  234. Egypt: Officer Killed, 3 Recruits Wounded in Sinai Blast
  235. Nigeria: Another Bomb Attack Rocks Maiduguri
  236. Cote d'Ivoire: UN Chief Urges Peaceful, Transparent Polls
  237. Nigeria: Adesina - Buhari Not Shy Around Women
  238. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Kills 27 Worshippers, Injures 96 in Adamawa
  239. Cote d'Ivoire: Ivory Coast's Comeback
  240. Tanzania: Tough Choice for Tanzanians in Hotly Contested Election
  241. Kenya: Save Cricket From Doom
  242. Uganda: Indecent Exposure of Ugandan Activist Blows Lid On Police Brutality
  243. Tanzania: Tanzanians Poised for Tense Sunday Poll
  244. Tanzania/Malawi: Malawi, Tanzania Women Football Friendly Moved to Dar es Salaam
  245. South Africa: Govt Relaxes Immigration Regulations
  246. South Africa: All Blacks Edge Boks in World Cup Thriller
  247. South Africa: Govt Halts University Fee Hikes After Mass Protests
  248. South Africa: Govt Bows to Student Pressure
  249. South Africa/Angola: Victory Not Enough for Bafana
  250. Malawi: Eminent Catholic Priest Edward Masauko Dies