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  1. Egypt: Press Syndicate, Rights Groups Call for Release of Writer Ahmed Naje
  2. Egypt: Top Prosecutor Orders Detention of 7 Police Officers
  3. Africa: Private Sector Important for Achieving Development - Egypt President
  4. Africa: Forum Sets Roadmap to Boost Inter-African Cooperation - Minister
  5. Egypt: PM Opens First Global Suez Canal Navigation Conference
  6. Nigeria: 'Feed and Read' Offers Alternative to Boko Haram for Boys
  7. Nigeria: How Three Nigerian Presidents Wasted N247 Billion Oil Savings
  8. Ghana: Shipping App Launched in Ghana
  9. Nigeria: State to Implement One-Teacher-One-Subject in Primary Schools
  10. Nigeria: Source of Lagos Mysterious Infection Under Investigation
  11. Ethiopia: Governing the Faithful
  12. Kenya: Lawyers Threaten President Kenyatta With Constitutional Court Over Judge Tunoi
  13. Rwanda: Trade Minister Pinpoints Cause of Dwindling Exports
  14. Uganda: Besigye Party Offices Raided - 'No One Allowed In or Out'
  15. Uganda: Idi Amin's Grandson Wins Parliamentary Seat
  16. South Africa: How New Energy Technologies Can Help Ease Energy Crunch
  17. South Africa: Rape - Why the System Is Failing Women
  18. South Africa: Why Taking Art Education Seriously Could Boost Learning
  19. Zimbabwe: Govt Orders Closure of Diamond Mines
  20. Malawi: Chiefs Slam Calls for Mutharika to Resign
  21. South Africa: Abuse of Nude Photos, Sex Videos Under Spotlight in Parliament
  22. Zimbabwe: Top Prosecutor's Bid to Contest Arrest Fails
  23. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Claims Late Husband Was Shot
  24. Relief for 300 Budiriro families. . . court nullifies eviction orders
  25. ZSE in marginal rebound
  26. ‘Emulate President, take education seriously’
  27. EDITORIAL COMMENT: War vets must live by soldiers’ code
  28. Mlauzi gets his car
  29. Stop public fights, war vets urged •Keep politics from the courts •Use proper organis
  30. AU endorses Uganda poll
  31. Gushungo bomb suspect’s request for mobile phone printouts granted
  32. Kariba South expansion now 40pc complete
  33. DeMbare captain exudes confidence
  34. Britain And America Wanted To Remove Mugabe By Force Says Former S. African President
  35. Italy To Build Monument To Fascist Soldier Who Massacred Thousands Of Ethiopians
  36. Mass Demonstration In Flint: ‘It’s Time To Fight Back’
  37. After 40 Years In Solitary, Albert Woodfox’s Release Marks Turning Point
  38. Nigeria: Suspects Who Return Stolen Funds May Still Be Prosecuted - Magu
  39. Zimbabwe: President Apologises to War Veterans
  40. Zimbabwe: Manyuchi, Zambian Promoters Reconcile
  41. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Youth League Disowns Chipanga's Utterances
  42. Africa: Overcoming Our Fears of Doing Business Together Will Drive African Integratio
  43. Egypt: NCHR Mourns Death of Boutros Ghali
  44. Egypt: With Little Room for Outcry, Egyptian Detainees Turn to Hunger Strikes
  45. Tunisia: Promotion of Medical Tourism Discussed At Meeting Between Health and Tourism
  46. Tunisia: Dubai International Tournament - Semi-Final - Es Sahel Eliminated By Lebanon
  47. Nigeria: Despite Evidence, Nigerian Govt Insists 2016 Budget Not Padded
  48. Nigeria: David Mark "Confident" of Fifth Senate Term
  49. Nigeria: CAN President, Oritsejafor May Seek Third Term
  50. Niger: Top Election Candidate Behind Bars
  51. Niger: Voters Head to Polls
  52. Somalia: Roadside Bomb Hits AU Troops
  53. Uganda: Poll Observers Give Mixed Verdict
  54. Somalia: Prime Minister, Delegates Denied Entry into Nairobi - Report
  55. Comoros: UN Chief Welcomes Poll Preparations Progress
  56. Kenya: Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women Speak Out
  57. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Blundered by Marrying Grace - Gumbo
  58. Mozambique: Success Story Under Threat
  59. South Africa: Cape Town Teen Slashes Tyres, Stabs Cop
  60. Zimbabwe: Govt releases SA cash, corpse
  61. South Africa: Alleged Robber Killed By Residents After Store Heist
  62. Angola: Angola's 40th Anniversary Celebration Positive - Official
  63. Angola: Mat Salutes Entities Involved in Celebration of Independence Day
  64. Angola: Minister Meets With Opposition Unita, FNLA Leaders
  65. Best wishes pour in on President’s birthday
  66. VP Mnangagwa arrives in Rome
  67. City Fathers’ pay hike to choke service delivery
  68. Zinara, city in joint roads rehab project
  69. Wind blows off roofs at school
  70. Youth League bid to bar Herald hits brick wall
  71. Gushungo bombing suspect alleges army accomplices
  72. Ex-Burundi VP in Zim
  73. HIV research results out today
  74. School seeks truce over pupil’s expulsion
  75. Eyes That Can’t See – The Gantt Report
  76. Black Political Money – The Gantt Report
  77. Museveni Wins Uganda Presidential Election Securing A Fifth Term In Office
  78. Africa: Egypt Business Forum Promotes Key African Ties
  79. Morocco: HM King Mohammed Vi Offers Condolences to Boutros-Ghali's Family
  80. Egypt: Algerian FM Mourns Death of Boutros-Ghali
  81. Egypt: Egypt, Iraq Sign U.S.$216 Million Worth Framework Agreement
  82. Egypt: Analysts Expect Further 'Dollarisation' After Sharp Declines in Egyptian Curre
  83. Nigeria: Ex-President's Kidnapped Nephew Found
  84. Nigeria: Kidnappers Kill Jonathan's Nephew
  85. Africa: FIFA Presidency - No Love for Sexwale
  86. Cote d'Ivoire: PSG Suspend Serge Aurier After Insulting Comments
  87. Ghana: Tigo Ghana Builds $5m Ultra-Modern Data Centre
  88. Uganda: Museveni Declared President
  89. South Sudan: Nation On 'Verge of Fragmenting,' - UN Officials
  90. Uganda: Opposition Rejects Election Results
  91. Uganda: Kampala Quiet but Tense After President Museveni Declared Poll Winner
  92. Uganda: European Union Polls Observers Cite 'Intimidating Atmosphere'
  93. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Orders Party Factions to 'Shut Up!'
  94. South Africa: Woman's Body Found On Doorstep in Gordon's Bay
  95. Zimbabwe: Shut Up, President Tells G40, Lacoste
  96. Malawi: President Mutharika Asked to Resign By Opposition MCP, PP
  97. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Could Explode Into Civil War As Mugabe Loses Control - MDC-T
  98. Zimbabwe: War Vets Take Chipanga, ZRP to Court
  99. South Africa: Six Injured in Hillcrest Taxi Collision
  100. Is Namibia Getting Ready To Take Back Its Land From White Settlers?
  101. Libya: U.S. Airstrikes Hit 'Islamic State' Targets
  102. Egypt: Deadly Police Shooting Sparks Egypt Protests
  103. Egypt: Egypt Will Not Hesitate to Defend Gulf Against Any Direct Threat - President
  104. Morocco: Moroccan Entrepreneurs - Changing the Business Space
  105. Tunisia: Dubai International Tournament - Club Africain to Play UAE's Al Ahly At Semi
  106. Niger: Why Polls May Be Less Important Than They Seem
  107. Nigeria: Jonathan's Relative, Abducted With Uncle, Found Dead
  108. Nigeria: Ernst and Young Urges Govt to Encourage Entrepreneurship to Grow Economy
  109. Nigeria: Electricity - Law Demands All Customers to Be Metered From 2020
  110. Nigeria: Social Media - Latest Tool for Women in Business
  111. Uganda: Police Storm Opposition HQ After Election
  112. South Sudan: Nearly 26,000 Flee After Ethnic Clashes
  113. Uganda: Ministers Suffer Shock Defeat
  114. Sudan: EU Injects €100 Million, Calls for End to Sudan Conflicts
  115. Kenya: Six Lions On the Loose in Nairobi
  116. Zimbabwe: First Lady Angers Army Chiefs
  117. Mozambique: Convoys Escort Travellers After Rebel Attacks
  118. South Africa: Visiting Businessman Diagnosed With Zika Virus
  119. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Prepares for Her Party's First Congress
  120. South Africa: 20 Witsies Have Been Detained for "Flouting an Interdict"
  121. Swaziland: King's Drought Blunder
  122. South Africa: Mobiles That Mobilised Thousands of Students
  123. South Africa: Fact-Checking the #SONA2016 Debates
  124. G40 courts ousted Jabulani Sibanda
  125. President apologises to war veterans
  126. Shut up, President tells G40, Lacoste
  127. We must survive together as one people: President
  128. Midlands defies Kasukuwere, ousts Hlongwane, Mpofu, Matangaidze
  129. ‘Zanu-PF Youth League respects war veterans’
  130. Zimbabwe: Dealing with America
  131. Editorial Comment: Sponsors don’t own Zifa, Warriors
  132. Valentine’s Day horror show . . . Jealous hubby slices off wife’s breast, castrates s
  133. Manyuchi, Zambian promoters reconcile
  134. British Academics Angry At New GCSE Course That Says Africans Arrived In Britain Befo
  135. 5 Reasons Why You Should Look Forward To Getting Married
  136. World’s Fastest Growing Economy Ethiopia Is The New Flavour Of The Month
  137. 10 African Countries About Which We Know Very Little
  138. YMCA Ends Underground Railroad Program That Forced Black Kids To Play Slaves
  139. Nigeria: Buhari Off to Egypt for Business Forum
  140. Algeria: Two Terrorists Killed, Two Submachine Guns Recovered in Boumerdes
  141. Egypt: Order to Shut Clinic for Torture Victims
  142. Algeria: U-23 Friendly - Palestine Wins Over Algeria
  143. Egypt: Stocks Inch Down Mid-Trade After Morning Rise
  144. Algeria: U23 Friendly - Palestine Surprises Algeria
  145. Nigeria: Anita Finally Divorces Pastor Chris
  146. Nigeria: Trial of T.B.joshua Over Deadly Building Collapse Delayed
  147. Nigeria: Troops Discover 'Boko Haram Market', Rescue 195 Captives
  148. Ghana: More Than 70 Killed in Ghana Bus Crash
  149. Guinea Bissau: Political Stalemate Taking Toll On Development - UN Envoy
  150. Uganda: Arrest of Opposition Candidate Caps Off Polls
  151. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Intelligence Chief Reported Killed
  152. South Sudan: Five Killed As Gunmen Attack UN Base
  153. Uganda: Voting Time Extended By Three Hours
  154. Comoros: Presidential Elections - Whose Turn Is It Anyway?
  155. South Africa: Govt Backtracks On New Tax Changes
  156. Zambia: Govt Seeks to Plug Water Wastage By Harvesting Rain
  157. South Africa: San Descendants in Trek for Heritage
  158. Zimbabwe: Police, War Vets in Running Battles
  159. Zimbabwe: Lavish Mugabe Birthday Party Plan Despite Famine
  160. South Africa: UCT Gets Interdict Against Students
  161. Zimbabwe: Athlete Washed Away in Atlantic Ocean
  162. South Africa: Community Voices Muted At Alternative Mining Indaba
  163. President Mugabe interview rescheduled
  164. Tomana has case to answer: State
  165. SARDC honours Nyerere
  166. Editorial Comment: Guarding the peace to our prosperity
  167. Govt okays scrapping of Section 121
  168. With empty youths like these, who needs foes?
  169. Uganda’s general elections close, vote counting starts
  170. Too much politics, too little time to deliver
  171. Zuma says 2,7 million households hit by drought
  172. Madzibaba recounts painful tour of Malawi
  173. Ethiopia Creates Intelligence Unit To Tackle Illicit Financial Outflows
  174. South African Defense Contractor Pushing For Attack Helicopter Exports
  175. American-Owned Cargo Plane Carrying Dead Body And Millions Impounded In Zimbabwe
  176. Black Self-Hate: Bahamian School Threatens To Suspend Girl Over Her Afro
  177. Buck Tooth Japanese Politician Sorry For Calling Obama ‘Black Slave’
  178. ANC Slams Calls For Jacob Zuma To Step Down
  179. European Union Renews Illegal Sanctions On Mugabe
  180. Libya: Challenges Ahead for New Libyan Govt
  181. Africa: Former UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali Dies
  182. Africa: 'Boutros Boutros-Ghali Leaves Behind Legacy of Peace and Unity'
  183. Africa: UN Security Council Mourns Late Boutros-Ghali
  184. Africa: Former UN Chief Boutros Boutros-Ghali Dies
  185. Nigeria: We'll Replace Buhari in 2019 - PDP Chairman
  186. Nigeria: Troops 'Destroy' Boko Haram Camps in Sambisa
  187. Nigeria: Govt May Sack More Heads of Departments, Agencies
  188. South Africa: Nation Enters Winter of Its Discontent
  189. Nigeria: Sheriff Is New PDP Chair
  190. Uganda: Stage Set for Bruising Election Battle
  191. East Africa: Burundi Crisis On Back Burner At Summit
  192. Burundi: Burundi's Cross-Ethnic Opposition Under Threat
  193. Seychelles: State of the Nation - Economic Growth With Social Justice and Stability
  194. Kenya: Gang-Raped and Nowhere to Turn
  195. Africa: New AU Chair Has Friends in High Places
  196. Zimbabwe: Vice President's Son in Critical Condition After Collision
  197. Zimbabwe: EU Extends Mugabe Travel Ban
  198. South Africa: UCT Students Set Paintings Alight
  199. Zimbabwe: Prosecutor General Challenges Remand Placement
  200. South Africa: Protesting UCT Students Out On Bail
  201. South Africa: Reserve Bank Working With Zim Authorities On Consignment Release
  202. Mnangagwa clarifies Constitutional position
  203. Matiza, Chivamba brush aside suspensions
  204. Zanu-PF: Unite or perish
  205. Tomana fights against ‘unconstitutional’ arrest
  206. Zifa outlaw tv freebies
  207. Mnangagwa speaks on Mahoka attack
  208. ZSE at record lows
  209. Editorial Comment: Name, shame those who externalise funds
  210. Messi surpasses 300 La Liga goals
  211. Motocross riders Germany-bound
  212. America Cannot Afford Clean Water For Flint, But Israel Gets $50 Billion
  213. Israel Refuse To Charge Cops Who Assaulted Ethiopian Jew And Caused His Suicide
  214. Black Americans Are Still Brutally Murdered With Impunity
  215. Black Families In These 10 Cities Are Doing The Best Economically
  216. After Years In Solitary Confinement, Candie Hailey Struggles To Carry On
  217. All Eyes On Uganda As Tight Election Race Enters Last Mile
  218. Nigeria: We Have Massively Decimated Boko Haram, FG Insists
  219. Egypt: Egypt's Stocks Make Slight Increase in Early Trade
  220. Egypt: Egypt, Switzerland Discuss Cooperation, Restoring Cairo's Smuggled Funds
  221. Egypt: Egyptian Army One of Greatest Armies in World - Defense Minister
  222. Egypt: Egypt's Ambassador to Italy Meets Senior Italian Officials
  223. Morocco: Tepid Response On Domestic Violence
  224. Nigeria: Buhari Sacks Director General in Budget Office
  225. Nigeria: Despite New Attacks, Nigerian Govt Claims "No Resurgence of Boko Haram"
  226. Nigeria: Kogi Speaker Lawal Impeached
  227. Nigeria: Boko Haram - UN Releases U.S.$58 Million to Assist IDPs
  228. Nigeria: What Hope for Nigerians As Health Workers Down Tools Tomorrow?
  229. South Sudan: Kiir to Form Interim Govt Despite Machar's Absence
  230. Uganda: Police Block Besigye Rally As One Is Killed, Scores Injured
  231. Uganda: Opposition's Missed Opportunity in Parliamentary and Local Polls
  232. Kenya: Kenya Signs Global Tax Deal to Crackdown On Multinationals
  233. Uganda: The Tragedy of Darfuri Asylum-Seekers in Uganda
  234. Mozambique: Bank of Mozambique Raises Interest Rates Again
  235. South Africa: Opposition Leader Apologises to Mbeki, Mandela
  236. South Africa: Millions Stuck in Zimbabwe After Bloody Body Found On Plane
  237. Zimbabwe: Govt Urgently Needs U.S.$1,5 Billion to Avert Hunger
  238. South Africa: We Are Not Here to Discuss an 'Illegitimate' President - Malema
  239. South Africa: Joemat-Pettersson Declines Nuclear Plans Dicussion
  240. South Africa: SONA Debate Will Be Heated, Confrontational and Robust - Expert
  241. Zimbabwe: Three Men in Court for Stealing Mugabe Son's iPhone 6
  242. Zimpapers fends off Deputy Sheriff
  243. Chimene sticks to guns on Mutsvangwa expulsion
  244. No leads yet in cargo plane saga
  245. Mkapa hails First Family
  246. Msipa backs war veterans
  247. Zanu-PF Masvingo rejects tribalism
  248. From shaya to messi
  249. Mpariwa pledges support to winning Starbrite inmate
  250. Metallon Gold employees down tools