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  1. South Africa: Zuma 'Violated Oath of Office and Constitution'
  2. Be wary of conmen: Judge
  3. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Politburo must invoke spirit of Team Zanu-PF
  4. Govt loses $830m to poor public finance management
  5. $4 500 pay is peanuts, says town clerk
  6. Russia celebrates Diplomats’ Day
  7. Nkandla upgrade: Zuma to pay back cash, but . . .
  8. Crunch Politburo indaba on today
  9. Zifa’s $100m deal
  10. Mathias Mhere launches fifth album tonight
  11. Women’s League scoffs at demo claims
  12. Flint Water Crisis: Rick Snyder Must Produce All Emails Immediately
  13. Georgia Executes Brandon Astor Jones Its Oldest Death Row Inmate
  14. Who Was Cecil Rhodes?
  15. Chicago Cop Sues Estate Of Teen He Murdered, Arguing Incident Caused Him Trauma
  16. Why African Will Not Get The Zika Virus
  17. Africa’s Relationship With The Rest Of The World
  18. How Foreign Interests Are Preventing Democracy In Haiti
  19. LATEST: Alpha and Omega bomb plotter sentence Tuesday
  20. A glimmer of hope for Mbare’s sanitation problems?
  21. Mall of Zim gets EMA, council nod
  22. East Africa: Egypt Pulls Out of Regional Power Pool, Protests Over Nile
  23. Egypt: Condemn Justice Minister's Hate Speech
  24. Egypt: Letter to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi
  25. Morocco: Second Millennium Challenge Compact With Morocco Gathers Steam - Jean R. Abi
  26. Egypt: PM - National Debt in Safe Position
  27. Nigeria: 58,000 Babies Are Born With HIV/Aids Annually in Nigeria - UNAIDS
  28. Africa: Sub-Saharan Africa Lags Behind On Poverty Eradication
  29. Nigeria: Army to Court-Martial Officers, Soldiers Over Borno Attacks
  30. Nigeria: Kenya's Kiptom Wins Lagos City Marathon
  31. Nigeria: Eight Rescued, Two Missing As Another Boat Capsizes in Lagos
  32. Kenya: Farmers Urge Kenyatta to Solve Coffee Woes
  33. Kenya: MPs to Pass Law On Kenya's Mining Industry
  34. South Africa: Mandela's Grandson Weds His Muslim Bride
  35. South Africa: Trapped Miners - Govt Confirms Lily Mine Closure
  36. South Africa: Permission Granted for State of the Nation Protests
  37. Angola: No-Shows Force Adjournments At the Show Trial of the Luanda Book Club
  38. South Africa: Unions Justified to Demand Double Digit Pay Increases
  39. Africa: Mining Heavyweights Descend On Cape Town
  40. Namibia: 14-Year-Old Malawian Braniac Enrolled At University of Namibia
  41. ?Why Haitians Are Chanting ‘Down With Obama’
  42. Haiti Election: Is The Haitian Private Sector Haiti’s Worst Enemy?
  43. Ethiopia Quietly Dispels Myths About Africa
  44. Nigeria: PDP Goofed in Picking Jonathan As 2015 Presidential Candidate - Fayose
  45. Namibia: Black Africa Football Club Aim for Maximum Points As Title Race Heats Up
  46. Namibia: Prisoners On Hunger Strike in Katima
  47. Nigeria: Navy Foils Hijack of Merchant Ship, Recues 25 Foreigners
  48. Mali/Congo-Kinshasa: Three-Star DR Congo Wins Second CHAN Title
  49. Africa: What Happened in Addis Over International Criminal Court?
  50. Nigeria: How Govt Can Deliver On the Promise of Good Primary Care
  51. Nigeria: Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani, Dumps PDP, Attacks Party
  52. Uganda: Besigye and Museveni Unite!
  53. Rwanda: French Role in Genocide Probed
  54. Tanzania: Govt Facing Aid Freeze Over Zanzibar Stalemate
  55. Rwanda: Nation's Achilles' Heel - There Is No Back-Up Plan to Kagame
  56. South Africa: Cracking Problem of Shortage of Highly Specialised Doctors
  57. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Succession: Jonathan Moyo Bares it All
  58. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Faces Fitness Probe
  59. Zimbabwe: I Did Not Steal Panties - Mutsvangwa
  60. South Africa: Granny Survives 'Thousands' of Bee Stings
  61. Zimbabwe: We Don't Need Theoretical Graduates, Says Hungwe
  62. Angola: Agricultural Campaign to Reach Over 19.000 Tons in Matala
  63. Moyo recruited to destroy Zanu-PF: Mutsvangwa
  64. Fast-track land reform over: Mombeshora
  65. Moyo, Kasukuwere must go: War vets
  66. Chiefs are non-partisan, says VP Mnangagwa
  67. Of band managers, professionalism
  68. A perilous non-believers’ journey
  69. Mukandi’s homecoming show
  70. ‘Movable assets to be surety for loans’
  71. ‘Scuplture is family business’
  72. Fiery debate over Zambia’s nomination fees
  73. Kenya: Sort Out Football Mess
  74. Tunisia: Mansour Moalla Presents Caïd Essebsi With Economic Initiative to Reduce Unem
  75. Libya: Tunisia Concerned As Foreign Military Intervention in Libya Looms
  76. Morocco: HM the King Launches Construction Works of Foum El Oued-Laayoune Technology
  77. Morocco: HM the King Chairs Official Commissioning Ceremony of Noor-Ouarzazate Solar
  78. Morocco: HM the King Launches Construction Works of Integrated Industrial Complex of
  79. Africa: Netflix Has Broadband Providers Quaking
  80. Africa: Tweets on Hague Court Overstate the Case
  81. Burkina Faso: Lessons From Nation's Decision to Drop GM Cotton
  82. Burkina Faso: Australian Medical Worker Freed By Al Qaeda Kidnappers
  83. Congo-Kinshasa/Mali: What the Coaches Say Ahead of the Final
  84. Uganda: Nation Readies for Tense Presidential Election Year
  85. Somalia: Bomb to Blame for Hole in Somali Jetliner
  86. Somalia: Investigators Probe Mysterious Midair Blast
  87. Zimbabwe: Waking Up to Teenage Smoking in Zimbabwe
  88. South Africa: Maties Students Suspended From Residence for Wearing 'Blackface'
  89. Malawi: Boy Signs for Manchester City Football Academy
  90. South Africa: Body Found After Man Falls From Lion's Head
  91. South Africa: Fire Rages Near Cape Town Film Studios
  92. Zimbabwe: Lawyer Takes Mugabe to High Court Over Age and Health, Wants Veteran Leader
  93. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Threatens to Unleash Hungry Followers On Food Depots
  94. Tunisia: Landmark Step for Detainee Rights
  95. Africa: RSF Demands Release of Journalists Detained in Egypt
  96. Algeria: Three Bunkers Destroyed in Bouira, Machine Pistol Seized in in Guezzam
  97. Algeria: Gaid Salah Highlights Preventive Measures to 'Secure Country's Borders'
  98. Algeria: Automobile Insurance - SAA, Renault Algeria Sign Partnership Agreement
  99. Guinea: Journalist Shot Dead During Clash At Political Meeting
  100. Mali: Troops Repel Attack On UN Camp in Timbuktu
  101. Nigeria: Buhari Begins Vacation, Osinbajo is Acting President
  102. Ghana: Farmers, Nomadic Herdsmen Clash in Ghana
  103. Nigeria: Labour Movements Plan Nationwide Rally Against Electricity Tariffs
  104. Uganda: Press Crackdown Is Likely to Worsen
  105. Sudan: Displaced in Central Darfur Reject Dismantling of Camps
  106. Uganda: Sejusa Has Not Been Retired From Army Over Bad Conduct, Says Museveni
  107. East Africa: From University Student to CFO in 2 Years - Rwandan Finance Whiz Shares
  108. Somalia: Car Bomb Blast Targets Senior Nisa Officer in Mogadishu
  109. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Declares 'State of Disaster'
  110. South Africa: Govt to Amend Travel Rules
  111. Zimbabwe: Villagers Forced to Donate for Mugabe's Birthday Bash – Report
  112. Angola: Dos Santos Kleptocracy Is Out of Control
  113. South Africa: Three Miners Missing After Mpuma Mine Collapses
  114. Zimbabwe: Baby Elephant Africa Dies After Being Poisoned
  115. South Africa: Desperate and Divided - South Africa Has Had Enough
  116. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Declares 'State of Disaster' As 2.4 Million Face Hunger
  117. Govt steps up anti-graft fight
  118. Gushungo Dairy bombing saga: Suspect confesses
  119. ‘Don’t axe Pasuwa’
  120. WikiLeaks founder feels vindicated
  121. EDITORIAL COMMENT: The log in your eye Uncle Sam
  122. Social media not an issue: Kasukuwere
  123. Man with many talents
  124. Pre-season test for DeMbare
  125. ‘Can’t win in President’s lifetime’
  126. Domboshava’s day of shame
  127. With China’s Naval Base, Djibouti Could Become The Next Singapore
  128. South Africa: Indian Principal Calls Black Students ‘Monkeys With Shack Mentality’
  129. Senegal Discovers Massive Gas Reserve
  130. Black NYPD Officer Beaten Up By Other NYPD Officers Awarded $15 Million In Damages
  131. Namibia: A Segregated Country Where Old Nazi Ideology Persists
  132. Michigan Officials Quietly Gave Bottled Water To State Employees Months Before Flint
  133. New Claims Of Child Rape By French Soldiers In Central Africa
  134. Mali/Cote d'Ivoire: Bissouma Inspires Mali to CHAN Final
  135. Congo-Kinshasa/Guinea: Ibenge Hails Les Leopards' Fighting Spirit
  136. Africa: Cameron At Large - Want Not to Become a Terrorist? Speak Fluent English!
  137. Libya: UAE - Libyans Facing Unfair Trial
  138. Morocco: Thousands Face Needless Suffering At End of Life
  139. Egypt: Italian Foreign Ministry Calls for Joint Investigation Into Student's Death
  140. Egypt: Whose Cairo Is Featured in Al-Qahira Music Video?
  141. Nigeria: We're Using Minimum Force Against Boko Haram, Says Buhari
  142. Nigeria: Buhari to International Community - Help Us Out of Terrorism
  143. Nigeria: Buhari Scorecard - Presidency Accuses Group of 'False Propaganda'
  144. Nigeria: Govt Bars Bristow From Using Crashed Helicopter Model
  145. Nigeria: Authorities Suspend Use of Helicopter Type
  146. Tanzania: Women Brush Up On Law to Keep Control of Land
  147. Seychelles: Dicaprio Donates U.S.$1 Million to Combat Climate Change
  148. Uganda: Locally-Built Hybrid Car Planned
  149. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Faces Tough Choices Over Party Infighting
  150. South Africa: Shedding Light On Hidden Epidemic of Police Suicide
  151. South Africa: Opposition Refuses to Settle With 'Crook' Zuma
  152. Namibia: Namibia Seeks U.S. Funding Against Human Trafficking
  153. Zimbabwe: Govt to Tax Imported Food Commodities
  154. South Africa: Nkandla Parties Must Decide On Settlement - Concourt
  155. South Africa: Candidate for Mars Mission Faces Final Test
  156. South Africa: Time for an Education On White Privilege - Awake SA
  157. Phiri walks away from football
  158. Fifa candidates avoid real problems: Analysts
  159. Warriors in horror slump
  160. Use long spoon Zim, you are supping with the devil
  161. Africa take heed, Mugabe has spoken
  162. MPs must rise above partisan politics
  163. Editorial Comment – Typhoid: No lessons learnt from the past
  164. WHO warns against blood donations
  165. ‘Assange victim of detention’
  166. Whale stranded on British beach
  167. Asian Stone Tools Hint Humans Left Africa Earlier Than Thought?
  168. Uganda’s Kiira Motors Unveils ‘Africa’s First Solar Bus’
  169. Five Judges Ruled Kevin Cooper Innocent. California Wants To Execute Him Anyway
  170. Cop Kills Unarmed Man On His Job Over Traffic Fines, Then Gets Huge Promotion
  171. Kenya: Women's Empowerment Will Accelerate Economic Prosperity
  172. Tanzania: Govt to Drop Live TV Coverage of Parliament
  173. Africa: Should African Leaders Reconsider Drone Strikes?
  174. Africa: Chan 2016 - Mali and Guinea Through to the Semi-Finals
  175. Egypt: Talks Underway With Moscow for Return of Russian Flights - Minister
  176. Egypt: Sisi Says Ultras Ahlawy Can Form Panel Over Port Said Stadium Massacre
  177. Egypt: Egypt's Main Stock Index Climbs Up By 0.96 Pct
  178. Nigeria: Saraki Blames Self, Public Office Holders Since 1999 for Nigeria's Problems
  179. Nigeria: Why We're Not Hard On Boko Haram - Buhari
  180. Nigeria: Video - Nigeria Air Force Drone Destroys Boko Haram's Logistics Base
  181. Nigeria: Buhari Laments Mismanagement of Nigeria's Oil Wealth
  182. Somalia: One Killed in Mystery Plane Blast
  183. Burundi: 'Let Us Be Heard' - Refugees Tell Stories of Ethnic Targeting
  184. Uganda: Trafficked Into Sex Work, Women Stunned to Be Duped By Other Women
  185. Mauritius: Industrial Waste Assessment Project to Be Implemented
  186. Uganda: Gen David Sejusa Sent to Luzira Prison
  187. Africa: Banning Child and Forced Marriages Is Gaining Traction
  188. South Africa: Public Protector Meets Legal Team Over Zuma's Nkandla Proposal
  189. Angola: Rebel Leader Savimbi's Family Sue 'Call of Duty' Video Game Makers
  190. Zimbabwe: Top Court Scraps Defamation Law
  191. Zimbabwe: Rabbit Farming Now a Big Hit
  192. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Dairy Bomb Suspects Charged With Treason
  193. South Africa: I Will Not Resign - Suspended Police Chief
  194. Timba wins RFHL properties, assets case
  195. Net revenue collections fall 3pc
  196. Govt unveils bonus dates…Payments to run until May, says Chinamasa
  197. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Efforts to ease grain shortage laudable
  198. Spanish designer hails local talent
  199. Liberation war hero Mhandu buried
  200. Zuma seeks to pay back Nkandla upgrade cash
  201. ZIFA still mum on Pasuwa
  202. Court annuls 149 death sentences
  203. WB lauds service-based sectors growth
  204. Boys Born Into Poverty Face Higher Joblessness Than Girls – Study
  205. Africa’s Largest Oil Producers Are In Trouble
  206. Ten Things They Wont Tell You About The Flint Water Crisis – But I Will
  207. Ethiopian Orthodox Church In Seattle Set On Fire By Arsonists
  208. $100 Million Lawsuit Filed Over Flint Legionnaires’ Outbreak As FBI Joins Water Probe
  209. UN Committee Urges American Government To Pay Reparations For Slavery
  210. South Africa’s Last Apartheid Leader FW de Klerk Facing Criminal Charges?
  211. Tunisia: Widespread Abuses Under Drug Law
  212. Algeria: Revision of Constitution Enshrines Reforms Announced By President Bouteflika
  213. Egypt: Family of Disappeared Man Receives Corpse With Gunshot
  214. Egypt: PM Orders Giving Priority to Implementing Urgent, Strategic Ventures
  215. Egypt: Egypt's Mufti Condemns Damascus Terror Attack
  216. Nigeria: Abuja Seeks U.S. $3.5 Billion After Oil Price Plunges
  217. Sierra Leone: Abortion Debate Heats Up After President Acts on Bill
  218. Nigeria: Govt Ends Crude Oil Swap Deals
  219. Africa: What Next for Africa and Hague Court?
  220. Liberia: Entrepreneur Helps Nation Heal From War and Ebola Through Film
  221. Sudan: Rebels Claim Victory Over Govt. Forces in Blue Nile
  222. Uganda: Leading Museveni Critic Remanded to Prison Ahead of Polls
  223. Africa: Are African Heads of State Dropping the Ball in Burundi?
  224. Africa: Africa Urged to Be Vigilant Over Zika Virus
  225. South Africa: Zuma to 'Pay Back the Money'?
  226. Zimbabwe: Tables Turned On Top Prosecutor
  227. South Africa: Court Case 'Taxing' On Mos Def - Lawyer
  228. Zimbabwe: Bottled Water Is 'The New Gold' in Drought-Hit Harare
  229. Africa: Combating HIV Among Teens
  230. Zimbabwe: Opposition Slams Mugabe Over Threat to Quit UN
  231. South Africa: How to Reverse the Decline of Southern Ground Hornbills
  232. Botswana: Race for State House
  233. Tomana in court, gets $1 000 bail •. . . arraigned under heavy police guard •Criminal
  234. Police blasts social media abuse
  235. Politburo meets next Wednesday
  236. Suspected terrorists remanded in custody
  237. Form own party, G40 told
  238. Mhandu to be buried today
  239. Ezekiel Guti varsity’s law school stopped
  240. Illegal to withhold results from pupils, schools warned
  241. President presents Mbita publication to AU
  242. Casa Mia restaurant faces demolition
  243. Nigeria: Governors Have Become Emperors - Olusegun Obasanjo
  244. Nigeria: Lecturer Granted Bail Over Alleged Hate Speech
  245. Egypt: Court Postpones Top Auditor's Investigation for Third Time
  246. North Africa: Countries in Conflict Can Hold On to Science Expertise
  247. Libya: Kikwete Appointed AU Special Envoy to Libya
  248. Libya: Western Powers Make Plans to Hit Islamic State in Libya
  249. Morocco: Polisario Front Calls On Spain to Complete Decolonization Process in Western
  250. Nigeria: WHO Declares Zika Virus a Global Health Emergency As Nigeria Advises Travel