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  1. Tanzania: New Capital City Seen As a Blessing for Businesses
  2. South Africa: Alleged Genital Mutilator's Bail Application Postponed Again
  3. South Africa: Finance Minister Claims Persecution by Gupta Family
  4. Zimbabwe: Cops Provoke, Brutalise Protesters
  5. South Africa: #StopRacismAtPretoriaGirlsHigh Is Just One Example of the Frustration o
  6. Botswana: IEC Proposes to Phase Out Some Polling Stations
  7. Namibia: Humans, Animals Compete for Water At Epembe
  8. Tough luck josta
  9. Editorial Comment : MDC-T must decide whether its for or against Zim
  10. False start to Tomana trial
  11. Rights commission finally finds its voice
  12. Diddy, Cassie put united front at MTV awards
  13. Govt slams S. African media falsehoods
  14. MDC-Terror and anti-people uprising
  15. Black girls in hair protest
  16. Gold deliveries up 7 percent
  17. NRZ appoints financial advisors
  18. When People Try You – The Gantt Report
  19. Rwanda: Over U.S.$ 6 Million Earmarked for Next Year's Presidential Election
  20. Nigeria: Buhari Pledges to Make Nigeria One of Best Countries for Business
  21. Rwanda: Public Awareness Key to Achieving Green Growth, Experts Say
  22. East Africa: Regional Interpol Chiefs Meet in Kigali Ahead of General Assembly
  23. Africa: Rwanda's Kagame Says Good Politics Begins At Home
  24. Rwanda: Bad Loans Weigh Down Savings and Credit Cooperatives
  25. Egypt: Human Rights Lawyer Malek Adly Released From Detention
  26. Egypt: Court Orders Release of Journalist Badr
  27. Nigeria: 'Kill Rats, Make Money' to Commence in Lagos
  28. Nigeria: We're Ready for Talks With Boko Haram - President
  29. Nigeria: Kerry Has Spoken, but Is Anyone Listening?
  30. West Africa: Why U.S. and Global Interest in Ghana Elections?
  31. Nigeria: Buhari Willing to Swap Detained Boko Haram Members for Chibok Girls
  32. Africa: Ticad Summit a Symbol of Strong Partnership - Kenyatta
  33. Kenya: Junior Officers Explain How They Make Millions of Shillings
  34. Tanzania: Dar Water Treatment System in Deep Crisis
  35. Kenya: Kibaki to Spend More Time in South Africa Hospital
  36. Ethiopia: Protest Demands to Be Addressed - Govt
  37. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Panics As Soldiers Rampage
  38. Zambia: Lungu to Introduce Religious Affairs Ministry?
  39. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Militia 'Abducts' Activists
  40. Zambia: Will the Poll Results Trigger a Constitutional Crisis?
  41. South Africa: Beleaguered Gupta Family To Sell All Shares
  42. Zambia: Consumers Hail Drop in Inflation
  43. South Africa: Woodstock Residents Occupy The Old Biscuit Mill
  44. President meets Kenyan counterpart
  45. Human Rights Commission’s statement torches storm
  46. Editorial Comment: Manyuchi deserves everyone’s support
  47. Zimasco judicial manager orders forensic audit. . . amid allegations of externalisati
  48. WARRIORS ON FIRE . . . Musona, Billiat on target for their clubs in Belgium, South Af
  49. Makandiwa defends gospel of prosperity
  50. Mixed bag at Mafikizolo gig
  51. Govt reduces agric input support scheme beneficiaries
  52. Rogue MDC-T elements must face full wrath of the law
  53. Success is fruit of sacrifice
  54. Tanzania: Tension Brews As Police Ban Rallies
  55. Malawi: Athletes Make History At Rio Paralympic Games
  56. Egypt: Court Upholds Decision to Release Human Rights Lawyer Adly
  57. Egypt: Govt Condemns Turkey Bomb Attack
  58. Egypt: Court Recuses Panel Presiding Over Case of Egyptian-Saudi Accord
  59. Egypt: Egypt Buys 180,000 Tonnes of Russian Wheat
  60. Cameroon: U17 Team Out to Make History in Jordan
  61. Nigeria: Military Deploys for Onslaught in Niger Delta
  62. Nigeria: 'Offering Avengers Money Could Result in Further Instability'
  63. Africa: Japan to Grant Africa $10 billion for Infrastructure
  64. South Sudan: One Year After Peace Deal, South Sudan 'Worse Off'
  65. Nigeria: Govt Receives $800 Million From Japan to Fight Malaria, TB
  66. Ethiopia: Beans - a Mighty Tool in the Fight for Food Security
  67. Africa: Leaders Seek to Improve Security, Economies
  68. South Africa: Dear Mr President - It's Not Us, It's You
  69. Zimbabwe: Govt, South Africa in Trade Dispute?
  70. South Africa: #colouredexcellence - Why Does Everything Have to Be About Race?
  71. Zimbabwe: Govt's Growth Targets Pie in the Sky
  72. Mozambique: Renamo Didn't Win 6 Provinces - President
  73. Zimbabwe: Beitbridge Hard Hit By Hotel Closures
  74. Zimbabwe: Sexual Abuse - The Untold Story of the Liberation War
  75. Reverse Migration: Black Americans Are Moving Down South
  76. Nigeria: Govt Signs MoU With British Council to Revive Festivals
  77. Nigeria: Former Niger Delta Militants Qualify As Aircraft Engineers
  78. Nigeria: World Bank Team Drown in Ekiti River
  79. Uganda: The Tempting Drug That Lira Men Have Turned to
  80. Africa: What Kenya, Africa Stand to Gain From Japan's Key Forum
  81. Tanzania: U.S. Grants Asylum to Sisters With Albinism
  82. Zimbabwe: Police Break Up Protest Despite Court Order
  83. Uganda: Abducted by LRA, Rescued... Then Rejected
  84. South Africa: ANC Denies It Benefited From Prasa Deal
  85. Egypt: Egypt's Participation in G20 to Boost Its Ailing Economy
  86. Africa: US, EU Accused of Paying Lip Service to Global Arms Treaty
  87. Africa: Zimbabwe, Egypt Agree to Implement Tourism MOU
  88. Egypt: Egypt's Armed Forces Kill Four Militants in Exchange of Fire in Rafah
  89. Algeria: Terrorist Eliminated Tuesday in Batna, Identified
  90. Nigeria: #BringBackOurGirls or Resign, Chibok Families Tell Buhari
  91. Nigeria: U.S. to Help Nigeria Diversify Economy
  92. Nigeria: Christian Body Fumes Over John Kerry Meeting
  93. Nigeria: From Seaports to Airports - How Nigeria Is Losing Businesses to Neighbours
  94. Africa: 'Africa's Children to Account for 40 Percent of World's Poorest People By 203
  95. South Africa: Ugandan MPs Robbed At Gunpoint
  96. Africa: Japan-Africa Summit Gives Continent New Leverage
  97. Burundi: Panel to Submit Term Limit Findings to Parliament
  98. Tanzania: Govt Criticised for 'Illegal' Political Meetings Ban
  99. Tanzania: Govt Vows to Hunt and Punish Police Killers
  100. Zimbabwe: Retired Army Colonel Launches Book on Mugabe Failures
  101. Zimbabwe: VIDEO: Mugabe Nearly Falls, Again
  102. South Africa: State to Challenge Pistorius's 6-Year Jail Term
  103. South Africa: Bid to Appeal Pistorius's 6-Year Sentence Rejected
  104. Zimbabwe: Citizens Inventive, Resilient in Anti-Government Protest
  105. President speaks on violent demos
  106. Zimbabwe: $2 Billion Bailout Sabotaged
  107. Opposition thugs unleash terror, loot shops
  108. President assents to three Bills
  109. 13 protesters in court
  110. US, Canada, Australia expose role
  111. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time Zanu-PF used its two thirds majority
  112. President arrives in Kenya
  113. Zimbabwe: To Decide is to Govern!
  114. RADAR: Demon-strations: When demons get in the front
  115. ‘Zim agric sector geared for growth’
  116. African Immigrant Students Are Leading And Winning In The Diaspora
  117. This Alabama Museum Will Honor Victims Of U.S. Lynchings
  118. Brazil’s Soft Genocide Against Blacks, One Killed Every 23 Minutes
  119. Lying Thug Ryan Lochte Loses Sponsorship Deals
  120. Brazil’s New Black Power Movement
  121. Rwanda: State to Speed Up Adoption of Irembo E-Govt Services
  122. Rwanda: Economy Remains Stable Despite Global Turbulence
  123. Rwanda: How Midwife Faked Pregnancy to Steal a Baby
  124. Rwanda/Morocco: Amavubi's Bayisenge Joins Moroccan Side KAC Kenitra
  125. Egypt: Embassy Follows Case of Assault On 4 Egyptians in Italy
  126. Egypt: Police Kill Armed Man in Front of a Cairo Church
  127. Zimbabwe: Walter Mzembi Targets Egyptian Tourism Market
  128. North Africa: Middle East, North Africa Conflicts Threaten Two Decades of Health Gain
  129. Ghana: Ghana Is Not Safe - Deputy Speaker
  130. Nigeria: World Bank Officials Drown in Nigeria
  131. Nigeria: Police Nab Most Wanted Criminal in Lagos
  132. Nigeria: 'Only 10 Million Citizens Pay Taxes'
  133. Burundi: Govt Could Scrap Presidential Term Limits
  134. Nigeria: Your Govt May End Up Like Jonathan's - Emir
  135. South Sudan: 'Abstain From Politics,' Ex-Rebel Leader Told
  136. Ethiopia: No Need for Outside Intervention in Domestic Affairs - Govt
  137. Kenya: Torso of Chopped-Up Woman Found in Kayole
  138. South Africa: President Has Full Confidence in Minister Gordhan
  139. South Sudan: Machar's Treatment in Sudan Stirs No Objections
  140. South Africa: Malema's Party Speaks on Gordhan 'Debacle'
  141. South Africa: I Can't Stop Finance Minister Probe - Zuma
  142. Namibia: We Are Tired of Handshakes, We Want Money - Paralympians
  143. Zimbabwe: Protesters, Police Clash in Harare
  144. Zimbabwe: Who Will Lead Grand Coalition?
  145. Zambia: President Turns Down Request to Meet with Main Opposition Leader
  146. . . . victims speak out
  147. South Africa: SA Population Balloons to 55.91 Million
  148. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Financing agric vital for food security
  149. Jidenna coming to South Africa-reveals pet love for Zimbabwean music
  150. Agric Show officially opened
  151. Prisoners won’t starve: Zimondi
  152. RBZ, ZSE assure foreign investors
  153. He’s so deadly they’re saying he’s like Vardy
  154. MSU marimba group shines in SA
  155. Dilma’s days numbered
  156. Rights body blasts Renamo
  157. Tanzania’s President Orders Officials To Speed Up 30 Billion Dollar LNG Project
  158. Mass Water Shutoffs Continue In Detroit
  159. Mississippi: America’s Forgotten Underbelly
  160. Shattering The Illusion Of “Black-On-Black” Crime
  161. Abortion: The Number One Killer Of Black Americans
  162. Barack Obama: From Peace Prize Recipient To World’s Biggest Arms Dealer
  163. What’s It Like Being Black In Italy?
  164. East Africa: Burundi's Decision to Cut Rwanda Trade Ties 'Threateans' Intergration
  165. Africa: Rwanda to Showcase 'One Cow Per Poor Family' Project At Dairy Expo
  166. Rwanda: Hosting Web Sites Abroad, Who Loses?
  167. Rwanda: New Milk Consumption Drive On to Boost Nutrition and Growth
  168. Algeria: Negotiations Underway With Saudi Authorities to Increase Number of Hajjis to
  169. Africa: EUNAVFOR Med Operation Sophia Signs Agreement to Train Libyan Coast Guard and
  170. Egypt: Govt Asks for Unfreezing of Mubarak-Era Tycoon's Assets Abroad
  171. Egypt: The Price of Photography - Shawkan, 1000+ Days Behind Bars
  172. Nigeria: U-23 Team Arrive Without Fanfare
  173. Algeria: Need to Benefit From Algerian Experience in Addressing Needs of Populations
  174. Nigeria: Japanese Govt Donates Solar Power Worth $9.7 Million to Nigeria
  175. Nigeria: Refugee Camps to Close May 2017
  176. Nigeria: How Zamfara 'Blasphemy' Mob Killings Occurred
  177. Tanzania: Tanzania 'Suffering Huge Loss' of Trust in Parliament
  178. Uganda: Why Is HIV-Related Stigma Still Rife?
  179. Tanzania: Opposition Party Chadema At a Major Crossroads
  180. East Africa: No Hope in Sight for South Sudan
  181. Uganda: Govt Agrees to Set Up Oil Fund for Businesses
  182. South Africa: Protesters Call for Dismissal of Broadcasting Chief, Communications Min
  183. South Africa: Mkwebane Selected As Public Protector Candidate
  184. Mozambique: Armed Men Linked to Renamo Raid Hospitals
  185. South Africa: Public Broadcaster Allegedly Pays Executive Millions
  186. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party MPs Snub Anti-Police Brutality Motion
  187. Zimbabwe: Govt Scraps 8 000 Posts
  188. South Africa: Govt Speaks on Zuma's New Parastatal Role
  189. City installs 2 000 prepaid water meters
  190. South Africa: Unit's Move On Finance Minister Gordhan Hits Rand
  191. Zesa increases debt recovery rate
  192. Matter of fact
  193. Govt commits to Zim-Asset
  194. We simply failed
  195. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Right to demonstrate has caveat
  196. Violence, looting in MDC-T demo
  197. Govt seeks funds for command agric
  198. Pre-dawn quake kills 73
  199. Tytan’s ‘Mukoko’ video wins award
  200. U.N. Experts Horrified By The Treatment Of Black Children In American Schools
  201. Kenya Finalises Agreement For Crude Oil Pipeline
  202. Boko Haram Leader Reportedly Killed In Airstrike?
  203. Nigeria: Workers Blast Governors, Say They're Slave Masters
  204. Nigeria: Buhari Condemns Zamfara 'Blasphemy' Killings, Pledges Justice
  205. Nigeria: Buhari Yet to Request Emergency Powers - Presidency
  206. Nigeria: Why We Boycotted #BringBackOurGirls Group March - Chibok Parents
  207. Nigeria: Buhari Opens Up to U.S Secretary of State About Niger Delta, Boko Haram, Oth
  208. East Africa: Region Wants Tougher Wildlife Laws to Fight Against Poaching
  209. East Africa: Region Urged to Prioritise Science, Technology to Boost Value Addition
  210. Egypt: Did Egyptian Strawberries Cause Hepatitis a in U.S. State of Virginia?
  211. Algeria: Short Film 'Koceila' At Sciacca Film Festival in Italy
  212. Africa: King Affirms Africa As 'Top Priority' in Moroccan Foreign Policy
  213. Algeria: Summer University of Polisario Front - Boumerdes, Boujdour Ink Partnership A
  214. Egypt: Chairman - EgyptAir Losses Reach $14 Billion Since 2011 Uprising
  215. Nigeria: Most Niger Delta Projects Have No Impact On People - Ministry
  216. Nigeria: Is Shekau Dead or Just Wounded?
  217. Mali: Extremist Admits Destroying Historic Sites in Timbuktu
  218. Nigeria: Economy: Buhari Not Seeking Emergency Powers - Presidency
  219. Nigeria: Military Says Boko Haram Leader, Shekau, Wounded
  220. Africa: Can AU Help South Sudan Where UN Fails?
  221. Eritrea: Dear Europe, If You Really Must Re-Engage With Eritrea, Here's How You Shoul
  222. Tanzania: Opposition Party Urged to Settle Internal Disputes
  223. Tanzania: Fear Grips As Police Deployed Before 'Defiance Day'
  224. Ethiopia: Ethio-Turkish Investors to Expand Footprint With Salt Factory
  225. Zimbabwe: Mujuru's Children Wallow in Poverty?
  226. Zimbabwe: Basketball Star Chikoko Leaves Bayern for Top French Side
  227. Zimbabwe: Suspended Prosecutor-General Tomana Wins Bail Appeal
  228. Zimbabwe: 65 Cheat Death As Bus Catches Fire
  229. South Africa: How Silver Medallist Leapt Over Odds That Marginalise Drug Users
  230. Zimbabwe: University Student Suspended Over Opposition Placard
  231. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Flee Mugabe's Sinking Ship
  232. South Africa: Man Wears Red Dress, Heels for Sexuality Talk With Church Leaders
  233. SA designer Tlale jets in tomorrow
  234. Council swoops on defaulters property
  235. NetOne in $485m network expansion
  236. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Liberation struggle is a fight for life
  237. Veld fire guts 18 vehicles
  238. Why not Khama?
  239. MY TURN: No Annan, Zim does not drink bad coffee!
  240. Prophet Magaya cleared
  241. Banks to continue funding agric
  242. Tight security at Harare Cup Clash
  243. Rwanda: Multimillion Dollar Irrigation Dam Project to Boost Agriculture
  244. Rwanda: Top Leaders Urged to Comply With Tax Laws
  245. Rwanda: Lesotho Army Chief Visits, Seeks Stronger Military Ties With Rwanda
  246. Egypt: Egypt, Russia Agree On Roadmap for Resumption of Flights - Minister
  247. Africa: HM the King - Africa, Top Priority in Morocco's Foreign Policy
  248. Egypt: Road Accidents Cost Egypt Egp 30.5 Billion in 2015 - State Agency
  249. Egypt: Egypt to Receive U.S.$451 Million From Japan to Build Museum - Cabinet
  250. Guinea: Anti-Govt Rally - 500,000 Protesters, 1 Stray Bullet