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  1. Somalia: Gunmen Dressed in Govt Military Uniform Rape Women Near Afgoye Town
  2. Mozambique: Refugees Shun Europe for Southern Africa
  3. Zimbabwe: Govt Fails to Curb Escalating Unemployment Crisis
  4. Zimbabwe: Moyo's Daughter Struggled With Depression
  5. Zimbabwe: Macheso Rehires 'Rebels' for New Album
  6. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Now De Facto President of Zimbabwe
  7. Angola: Agroangola - Coffee Production Needs Strong Mechanisation
  8. Angola: Hockey - Académica De Luanda Thrash Académica Do Lobito
  9. Decline in agric activity hampers economic growth
  10. Mighty Warriors make history with Rio date!
  11. NGOs fail to account for $224m donor funds
  12. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Sable crisis requires win-win scenario
  13. Typhoon Koppu sweeps through the Philippines
  14. ‘ZETDC not a credible off-taker’
  15. Cinemas lose their lustre
  16. Gulliver bosses sued over firm’s collapse
  17. Tourist arrivals in Q1 up 7pc
  18. Prison escapee faces 19 counts of robbery
  19. Thug Cops Pepper-Spray School Kids Protesting Cop Caught On Film Body-Slamming Teen
  20. Nigeria: 22 Killed In Fresh Suicide Attacks By Suspected Muslim Terrorists
  21. The 20 Richest Drug Dealers Of All Time
  22. Tunisia: Launch of Tunisia-Africa Business Council
  23. Egypt: Brotherhood Protest Against Elections in Alexandria
  24. Kenya: MCAs Defend Trip to Egypt Amid Luxury Claims
  25. Morocco: HM the King, Amir Al Mouminine, Performs Friday Prayer in Al Andalous Mosque
  26. Morocco: "Tangier-Metropolis" Program - HM the King Dedicates and Launches Set of Cul
  27. Nigeria: Nigerians Set Agenda for New Ministers
  28. Burkina Faso: Coup Leader Charged With Crime Against Humanity
  29. Guinea: President Alpha Conde On Track for Re-Election
  30. Nigeria/Burkina Faso: Super Eagles Beat Burkina Faso
  31. Ghana/Cote d'Ivoire: Local Ghana, Ivory Coast Stars in Spotlight
  32. Ethiopia: Court Acquits Bloggers of Terrorism Charges
  33. Tanzania: Election Candidate Killed in Helicopter Crash
  34. Sudan: Sudan's War On Women and Girls
  35. Kenya: IMF to Help Manage Biting Cash Crisis
  36. Kenya: Send Teams to Contest
  37. Zimbabwe: Professor Jonathan Moyo's Daughter Dies in South Africa
  38. South Africa: Concern Over Stolen Guns Stolen From Army
  39. Zimbabwe: First Lady Accused of Abusing Millions
  40. South Africa: Gumtree Condemns Toddler-for-Sale Ad
  41. South Africa/Angola: Bafana Bafana Lose to Angola
  42. South Africa: Interpol Targets Migrant-Smuggling Networks
  43. Zimbabwe: Record-Size Elephant Felled As Hunts Continue
  44. Zimbabwe/Lesotho: Warriors Set for Lesotho
  45. WATCH: White Baltimore Cop Filmed Spitting On Handcuffed Man
  46. Meet Jelani Aliyu, The Nigerian Genius Who Designed Chevrolet Volt
  47. Apartheid Minister Seeks Redemption In Township Work
  48. Racism’s A Problem, It’s Time To Stand Up: Georgia Cop Tells It Like It Is!
  49. DR Congo, S. Africa Vow To Step Up Work On World’s Largest Dam
  50. Egypt: Research On Nefertiti's Tomb Whips Up Enthusiasm, and Criticism
  51. Egypt: The Economy in Parliamentary Elections - Big Slogans, No Policies
  52. Algeria: Sellal Calls for Promoting Algerian Craft-Trade Products
  53. Morocco: Wide-Ranging Collaboration Addresses Key Growth Sectors
  54. Africa: Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay Elected to Serve On UN Security Co
  55. Cameroon: Commercial Rice Farming Cushions Women From Climate Stress
  56. Tanzania: Edward Lowassa Is Not Tanzania's Buhari
  57. Burkina Faso: 'There Must Be Justice'
  58. Africa: Waging a Lyrical War Against Genital Cutting
  59. Nigeria: Ebola Survives in Semen for Nine Months, Says Study
  60. Ethiopia: Terrorism Charges Against Zone 9 Bloggers Dropped
  61. Somalia: Kidnapped Kenyan Teacher Rescued in Joint Op
  62. Uganda: Makerere Students Develop Breast Cancer Detecting Technology
  63. Kenya: Treasury Has No Cash, Needs to Borrow Billions
  64. South Africa: Charges Against Broadcasting Chief Include Gross Misconduct
  65. South Africa: Just How Much Will the Wits 'Edge' Cost You in 2016?
  66. Angola: Activists Call for Release of Hunger-Strike Rapper
  67. South Africa: Stress Finally Gets the Better of Dehorned Rhino
  68. Zimbabwe: 'Biggest Elephant in Living Memory' Killed in Hunt
  69. South Africa: Eskom to Spend R213 Billion on Grid Overhaul
  70. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Plans to Spend U.S.$3 Million On Annual Conference
  71. South Africa: 3D Simulator Aimed At Improving Skills of Truck Drivers a First in SA
  72. 90 minutes from rio
  73. Of returning miscreants and “mavoco”
  74. Does culture equate to nakedness?
  75. Teacher loses Zimsec exam sheets to hooker
  76. Wadyajena is abusing VP’s name: Lumumba
  77. A foolish coach called big sam and heroic mighty warriors are worlds apart
  78. Of cosmetic fitness, performance and health
  79. Wedding day nerves and how to beat them!
  80. Pastor in court for sodomy
  81. Burkina Faso polls slated for Nov 29
  82. The 10 Most Educated African Leaders
  83. $122Bn In Illicit Capital Left South Africa In 5 Years
  84. Morocco: Agriculture-Focused 'Green Plan' Must Benefit All - Expert
  85. Algeria: ANP Will Remain 'Guarantor' of Algeria's Security, Protector of Its Republic
  86. Tunisia: Cabinet Meeting Approves Draft Laws On Two IBRD Loan Agreements
  87. Libya: Algeria, Sudan Welcome Agreement On Formation of National Unity Government in
  88. Egypt: Pardoned Prisoners Still Behind Bars
  89. Nigeria: Higher Food Prices Push Inflation to 9.4 Percent
  90. Africa: An Early Warning Ahead of High-Risk Elections
  91. Ghana: Nigeria Threatens to Cut Gas Supply to Ghana
  92. Nigeria: Treasury Single Account - Govt Freezes INEC's Accounts Over Non-Compliance
  93. Nigeria: Oldest Kaduna Pupil, 63, Talks About Inspiration
  94. Kenya: 105 MPs Sign Motion to Impeach President
  95. Kenya: Climate Change Threatens Rights
  96. Uganda: Police Brutality Spells Trouble for Uganda - Human Rights Watch
  97. Uganda: Besigye, Ssemujju Arrested
  98. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Release Date Confirmed
  99. South Africa: Ancient Riel Dance Blows Minds
  100. South Africa: Acting National Police Commissioner Announced
  101. Africa: These South Africans Will Lead Africa's Growth
  102. Malawi: Joyce Banda Defends Presidential Record
  103. South Africa: Zuma Appoints New IEC Chair
  104. South Africa: Wits Staff Locked in By Protests
  105. South Africa: Third Critical Bridge Collapse Victim Still Alive - Tau
  106. ‘he isn’t the nice guy’
  107. Minister meets Cuban envoy
  108. Chevrons lock horns with Afghanistan
  109. Wenger writes off Blues
  110. Chelsea boss faces dressing room mutiny?
  111. Editorial Comment: Debunking the factionalism construct
  112. There are problems using Afrikaans for instruction — Nzimande
  113. S. Sudan civil war worsening: Aid agencies
  114. Kenya fires 63 senior police officers over graft
  115. Govt launches monitoring policy
  116. Egypt Has ‘Pressure Cards’ In Ethiopia Renaissance Dam Dispute, Says Minister
  117. LeBron James Drops McDonald’s And Takes Major Gamble With A New Food Investment
  118. ‘Take Guns Away From Blacks As They Are The Main Killers’ Says White Politician
  119. Teens Racially Profiled, Assaulted By Thug Cops Who Allegedly Mistook ATM Withdrawal
  120. David Cameron’s Visit To Jamaica: Amusing And Dangerous
  121. 15 Most Corrupt Countries In Africa
  122. U.S. Sends Troops To Fight Boko Haram In Cameroon
  123. Zimbabwe: More Elephants Poisoned
  124. Two new envoys present credentials to President
  125. ‘Diamond miners duped Govt’
  126. Four years, Dhewa legacy lives on. . . Commemorations begin today
  127. Corporal punishment permissible: Concourt
  128. Second-hand clothes market thriving
  129. Pasuwa axes trio
  130. Russia’s Industry, Trade deputy minister jets in
  131. Zimra official in the dock over $100 000 swindle
  132. Ministry crafts e-Health framework
  133. Orlando – Fun all the way
  134. Algeria: El Watan TV Closed Arbitrarily By the Government
  135. Libya: Sudanese President Hails Algeria's 'Positive Role' for Stability in Mali, Liby
  136. Algeria: Sellal Calls On Private Banks Go Beyond Foreign Trade Financing
  137. Western Sahara: United Nations Called to Hold a Referendum for Saharawi People Before
  138. Algeria: Sudanese President Dubs Visit to Algeria 'Very Fruitful'
  139. Guinea: Ballot Valid, Says EU Observer Mission
  140. Cameroon: U.S Troops Deployed for Boko Haram Fight
  141. Cameroon: U.S. Deploying 300 Troops to Cameroon
  142. Nigeria: Buhari Withdraws Ibeto's Nomination As Minister
  143. Nigeria: Court Remands 17 Suspects Over Killing of Lagos Trade Zone Boss
  144. Tanzania: Govt Rolls Out Birth Registration By Mobile Phone
  145. East Africa: Uchumi Supermarkets Shuts Down in Uganda, Tanzania
  146. Tanzania: Death Toll Among Tanzanian Pilgrims Reaches 20
  147. Sudan: Sudan's International Capital Diplomacy
  148. Seychelles: Presidential Elections Rescheduled for December
  149. South Africa: National Police Commissioner Suspended
  150. South Africa: FIFA Bans Official for Six Years
  151. South Africa: The Man With 50 000 Books
  152. South Africa: Students Were Consulted Over Fee Increases - Wits University
  153. Africa: From Missed Opportunity to Oceans of Prosperity
  154. Mozambique: Renamo Wants Police Training for Its Armed Men
  155. South Africa: Minerals Department Clamps Down On Illegal Mining
  156. Southern Africa: Sub-Saharan Africa Remains in Grip of Extreme Poverty
  157. What Eisenhower REALLY Said About The “Military Industrial Complex”. The Complicit Ro
  158. Google Degenerates Into Ministry Of Truth; All Knowledge Must Now Be Pre-Approved By
  159. South Africa: Party Members Abandoning The ANC
  160. The Future Of Global Football Is Now In The Hands Of Africa
  161. Misplaced Priorities: Zuma’s ANC Discourages Travel To Israel
  162. With $326 Billion Worth Of Ongoing Construction Projects, Africa Is Definitely On The
  163. 2015 Should Be Like 1815 – The Gantt Report
  164. Govt to cut revenue shortfall
  165. Mapeza calls for dialogue
  166. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Playground bully finally meets his match
  167. Tanzania polls: Guebuza to lead AU observer mission
  168. $1bn agric facility: Farmers priced out• Banks set prohibitive terms • . . . demand h
  169. Praise, worship at Zimpraise fest
  170. Council, Mahachi ‘still negotiating’ exit package
  171. Villagers seethe with anger• Demand immediate exhumation• Traditional healer wants ca
  172. Barclays poised to name Staley as CEO
  173. CIPS: Liberating world from US financial tyranny
  174. Egypt: Court Orders Release of Former President's Sons
  175. North Africa: Algeria and Its Neighbours
  176. Egypt: In-Depth Interview With Mohamed Fahmy - 'I Am Free. Now Let's Free the Others.
  177. Somalia: Egyptian Cargo Plane Crashes Outside Mogadishu
  178. Algeria: Sahrawi President Calls On UN to Assume Its Responsibilities Towards Decolon
  179. Sierra Leone: Earlier Bed Delivery Could Have Halved Ebola Outbreak - Experts
  180. Africa: Kenyan Uncovers Anti-TB Plants
  181. Nigeria: How Govt Can Weather Low Oil Prices and Slow Growth
  182. Guinea: Opposition Calls for Election Results to Be Cancelled
  183. Nigeria: Buhari Sends Second Batch of Ministerial Nominees to Senate
  184. South Sudan: Burying the Dead in South Sudan
  185. Uganda: Distance Runner Cheptegei Breaks 10km National Record in Germany
  186. Kenya: MP Backs Down on Bill to Gag Media
  187. Uganda: Govt Pulls Troops Out of South Sudan After UN Warning
  188. Burundi: Cracks Widen Within Burundi's Army
  189. Zimbabwe: Arrest Parents of Child Brides - Minister
  190. South Africa: App Created By Joburg Pupil Causes Uproar At School
  191. Malawi: Many Feared Dead in Boat Accident
  192. South Africa: What AB InBev's £68 Billion Acquisition of SABmiller Means
  193. Zimbabwe: UN's Urgent Appeal for U.S.$86 Million to Tackle Food Insecurity
  194. Zambia: Govt Blasted for Imposing Prayer Day
  195. South Africa: Simple, Vernacular Translations Make the Most Sense for University Stud
  196. Zimbabwe: Why Grace Mugabe Donated Goods Worth Millions in Chimanimani
  197. Thoughts On Chinese Workers In Africa
  198. People Claiming #ColumbusWasAHero Are On The Wrong Side Of History
  199. Terrorism Charges For Confederate Flag Group Who Threatened Black Family
  200. Bloody, Strapped To Chair, Video Shows Police Tasering Matthew Ajibade In The Testicl
  201. It Isn’t Just Asian Immigrants Who Excel In The US; Africans Do Better Than Them
  202. These 7 African Countries Can’t Live Without Aid
  203. The Next 5 Years: Africa Will Shine
  204. North Africa: Lesbos Praised, Europe Panned Over Refugees
  205. Chad: Algeria 'Strongly' Condemns Recent Terrorist Attacks in Chad, Cameroon
  206. Western Sahara: 40 Years a Refugee, for the Love of Freedom
  207. Algeria: IMF-WB Annual Meetings - Intense Activity of Finance Minister in Lima
  208. Algeria: All-Terrain Vehicle, Truck Loaded With 11 Tonnes of Food Seized in Country's
  209. Nigeria: Chibok Girls Alive - Escapee Girl Reveals
  210. Mauritania: Lack of Will Undermines Anti-Slavery Law
  211. Nigeria: Legislators' Pay Revealed
  212. Guinea: Could Peaceful Ballot Make History?
  213. Liberia: Speaker Resigns From Ruling Party
  214. Sudan: Dialogue Boycott 'Larger Than Expected'
  215. East Africa: Scientists Predict Drier Horn of Africa As Climate Warms
  216. Kenya: Schoolgirls Dread Their Periods, but Simple Changes Could Help
  217. Kenya: Govt to Pay Election Violence Victims
  218. South Africa: Nation's Shack Dwellers Go Hungry
  219. South Africa: Making Circumcision Safer for Young Boys
  220. South Africa: Abortion Stigma Harms Thousands of Young Women
  221. Africa: How Africa Can Build Inclusive, Safe and Sustainable Cities
  222. Africa: Engineering Graduates Can Help Africa to Meet Its Sustainable Development Goa
  223. South Africa: Parents Who Lie to Schools Must Go to Jail - Proposed Law
  224. South Africa: What Mandela Can Teach Us About Lifelong, Dialogue-Rich Learning
  225. South Africa: Empower Yourselves, Don't Rely On Govt - Minister
  226. As Lewandowski dazzles…let’s not forget he once was in the same class as Chinyama
  227. SPB finally awards 300MW solar tenders
  228. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Condemned buildings: Win-win solution needed
  229. Warriors camp in false start
  230. Millers offer wheat farmers $410 per tonne
  231. Dynamos players still believe
  232. Govt, OPEC sign $20m education fund facility
  233. ‘Shoot to kill’ violates Constitution, say MPs
  234. Ministry acts over swine fever outbreak
  235. Musicians to honour Tongai Moyo
  236. Libya: UN Authorizes Bid to Stop Migrant Smuggling
  237. Egypt: Many Drown Off Egyptian Coast
  238. Egypt: Hajj Stampede Death Toll Still Rising
  239. Egypt: Hec - 27 Million Voters in 1st Phase of Parliamentary Polls
  240. Egypt: Former Tourism Minister Passes Away
  241. Guinea: Guineans Go to the Polls in Presidential Elections
  242. Nigeria: Niger Delta Militants Attack Shell Facility, Kill Guard
  243. Guinea: Calm As Guineans Vote for President
  244. Nigeria: Army Issues Fresh Warning to Boko Haram
  245. Guinea: Presidential Election to Go Ahead
  246. South Sudan: Peace Deal in Jeopardy Over Kiir's New States
  247. Tanzania: Drama, Tragedy Mar Campaigns As Candidates Target Vote-Rich Areas
  248. Sudan: Opposition Forces Boycott National Dialogue
  249. South Africa: Ruling Party Wants to Pull Out of Hague Court
  250. South Sudan: U.S. Snubs Visiting Leaders Over Peace Deal Breaches