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  1. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Banks should respect in duplum rule
  2. Mushure back in Warriors mix
  3. AfDB spends $1bn on energy projects
  4. Killer ‘smallhouse’ disowns statement
  5. Since This Cop Attacked A School Girl, Only Ones Facing Jail Are The Victim And A Gir
  6. VIDEO: The Truth About Africa
  7. Spain Elects First Black Member Of Parliament
  8. Dangote – The Richest And The Smartest Businessman In Africa
  9. These Are The African Scientists And Technologists The World Needs To Watch (NEF)
  10. Mozambique: Renamo Wants Zuma to Mediate
  11. Morocco: Ban Ki-Moon's Visit to Western Sahara, Another Pressure Element On Morocco
  12. Egypt: Egypt in Research On Uganda's Dangerous New Water Weed
  13. Egypt: FM Receives AU High Representative for South Sudan
  14. Algeria: Lieutenant General Gaid Salah Highlights Need to Master ICTs
  15. Egypt: Over 2,800 Egyptians Die in Car Accidents in First Half of 2015
  16. Burkina Faso: Arrest Warrant Issued for Sankara Killing
  17. Nigeria: Army Raids Hospital, Arrests Wounded Civilians
  18. Nigeria: Buhari Apologies to Nigerians for Long Queues At Petrol Stations
  19. Liberia: Village Tries to Find Hope and Healing After Ebola
  20. Nigeria: Violent Attacks Killed 600 Teachers, Forced One Million Children Out of Scho
  21. Tanzania: Students Bring Drone Technology to Farmers
  22. Burundi: Govt Accused of 'Systematic Killings' in Bujumbura
  23. Sudan: Editors Could Face Death Penalty Over Critical Coverage
  24. South Sudan: Q&A - UN Mission Chief On Challenges of Peace
  25. Burundi: Lawmakers Oppose Peacekeepers, Downplay Genocide Fears
  26. Namibia: President Terminates Airport Deal
  27. Africa: How to Be Shark Smart This Summer
  28. South Africa: Want to Understand the Decolonisation Debate? Here's Your Reading List
  29. South Africa: Former Cabinet Minister Questioned Over FIFA Bribe Claims - Report
  30. South Africa: 40 Deaths in Eastern Cape Initiation Season
  31. South Africa: SA Sees Increase in Saudi Arabia Tourists
  32. South Africa: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries On New Dates for Application for Fi
  33. South Africa: Madonsela's Visit to Glebelands Hostel Brings Hope - IFP
  34. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Exercise caution, drive to arrive alive
  35. Georgias; a visionary, economic hero
  36. Stage poetry transformed into book
  37. Chemplex seeks $10m for ZFC
  38. President slams usury by banks
  39. Pfumbidzai back at CAPS
  40. Police hunt down gang-rape trio
  41. CMED chairman Masimirembwa fired
  42. Mutare in for festive treat
  43. Filmmaker’s application defective — court
  44. Arabs And The “Prophet Muhammad” In An Era Of White Supremacist Ideology
  45. As The Media Focused On Daniel The Serial Rapist – 6 Other Criminal Cops Are Cleared
  46. Silky, white, And Made From Horse Hair, Old-Style European Wigs Must Go
  47. Arrest Warrant Issued For Traitor Blaise Compaore, Thomas Sankara’s Killer
  48. Police Departments In America Have A KKK Problem
  49. U.S. Promotion Of Homosexuality In Africa Backfired Big-Time
  50. The Future Of Life Depends On Bringing The 500-Year Rampage Of The White Man To A Hal
  51. Nigeria: Arms Procurement By Jonathan Riddled With Corruption - Buhari
  52. Algeria: UNDP - Algeria's Human Development Ranking Improved
  53. Algeria: Fight Against Cancer - Sellal Inaugurates Radiotherapy Unit At Setif Cancer
  54. Egypt: Egypt, France Review UNSC Issues
  55. Egypt: Egypt Still Against Entebbe Agreement in Its Current Form - Minister
  56. Africa: World's Refugees and Displaced to Exceed 60 Million - UN
  57. Nigeria: Govt Uncovers New Boko Haram Plan For Soft Targets
  58. Nigeria: Conflict Forces More Than One Million Children From School
  59. Nigeria: Army Exposes Boko Haram's New Bombing Tactics
  60. Nigeria: Govt Rejects Isis "Hoax" About Boko Haram Killings
  61. Nigeria: Drama As Isoro Cult Seize Ife High Chief's Corpse
  62. Kenya: France Details Couple Over Fake Bomb
  63. Kenya: Muslims Protect Christians From Islamist Massacre On Kenyan Bus
  64. Burundi: Security Forces Killed Dozens in One Day, Says NGO
  65. Burundi: Has Burundi Reached the Tipping Point Already?
  66. Kenya: Kenyatta Looks to Succession
  67. Africa: How a Drug Can Protect Girls Against HIV Infection
  68. South Africa: How Migrant Entrepreneurs Are a Force for Good
  69. Nigeria: MTN Hires Top Lawyers to Fight Huge Fine
  70. South Africa: Santa, Death and the Easter Bunny - How to Have That Hard Talk With You
  71. Zimbabwe: Grace Has Replaced Robert Mugabe, Tsvangirai Claims
  72. South Africa: Lies, Thieving and Naughty Lawyers
  73. South Africa: Policy Reform Important to Attract Mining Investment
  74. South Africa: How to Survive Being Home for the Holidays
  75. Clean-up to mark Unity Day
  76. Special treat for reggae, rhumba lovers
  77. Russian warplane’s blackbox damaged
  78. President salutes nation’s fortitude
  79. RBZ dismisses Zimdollar report
  80. Blatter, Platini kicked out
  81. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s walk together in unity, emulate heroes
  82. Kagame thanks Rwanda
  83. Year of landmark rulings
  84. Disciplinary committee clears Wadyajena
  85. Nigeria: Military Commutes Death Penalty of 66 Soldiers to Jail Terms
  86. South Africa: Weapons Found in Prison Where King Dalindyebo is Headed
  87. Libya: 'Islamic State' Holds Town in Grip of Terror
  88. Egypt: Govt Signs Loan Agreement Worth U.S.$150 Million
  89. Angola: Africa Champions League Finalists to Be Found Friday
  90. Nigeria: 28 Nigerians Deported From Three European Countries
  91. Nigeria: Army Releases, Without Apology, Man Erroneously Detained As Wanted Boko Hara
  92. Nigeria: Military Appoints New Commander to Lead War Against Boko Haram
  93. Niger: Military Officers Arrested Over 'Coup Plot'
  94. Kenya: Five Arrested Over 'Bomb' in Air France Plane
  95. Africa: Delegates Finally Strike Deal As WTO Concludes in Nairobi
  96. Kenya: Plane Forced to Land in Mombasa After Fake Bomb Scare
  97. Seychelles: Michel Re-Elected President in Run-Off
  98. Sudan: Nuba Refugees Compelled to Leave Camp
  99. South Sudan: Govt Still Cracking Down On Media
  100. Namibia: President Geingob Pledges 'All-Out War' – on Poverty
  101. South Africa: Talking About Children With Disabilities
  102. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Rant Against War Vets Raises Eyebrows
  103. Namibia: End of Year Statement by President Geingob
  104. South Africa: Cape Town to Face Water Restrictions
  105. South Africa: Row Over Teachers Who Buy Promotion
  106. Zimbabwe: Anti-Mugabe Protest Pastor on Hunger Strike
  107. South Africa: Recording Facility Fosters South African Music Talent
  108. Mnangagwa unpacks Unity Accord
  109. Democrats rip into Trump, clash over terrorism
  110. Thieving model convicted
  111. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Litter disposal measures must be sustainable
  112. Rwandese give Kagame unlimited terms
  113. RBZ taming economic headwinds
  114. Christmas comes once a year
  115. ‘ZIFA must apologise’
  116. President hails hero Georgias
  117. The Interview: VP Mnangagwa speaks on unity
  118. Algeria: 'Terrorist' Killed, Another Surrenders
  119. Egypt: Court Releases Amateur Photographer
  120. Egypt: Eight Parties Join 'Coalition to Support Egypt' Founded By Ex-Military Intelli
  121. Algeria: Algeria "Controls" Situation, People Must Be "Reassured"
  122. Nigeria: Buhari's Unsettling Silence Over Massacre
  123. Nigeria: Oil Giants Culpable on Transfers to Dubious Firm
  124. Sierra Leone: Call On Govt to Release Editor
  125. Nigeria: Nigerian Troops, Boko Haram Clash in Buratai, Army Chief's Village
  126. Nigeria: Obama Appoints Nigerian Journalist On Us Human Trafficking Council
  127. Africa: Surprise Win for Africa in World Trade Talks
  128. Ethiopia: Scores Dead in Ethiopian Protest Crackdown, Says Rights Group
  129. Somalia: Deadly Attack Targets Mogadishu
  130. Seychelles: Votes Counted in Presidential Run-Off
  131. Rwanda: World Focuses On Kagame As Rwandans Change Law
  132. Angola: Welcome to Angola, Nicki Minaj
  133. South Africa: Deputy President Denies Resignation Threat in Zuma Drama
  134. Angola: Jailed Activists Sent Home, but Saga Continues
  135. South Africa: Alleged Wife Killer Leaves 4 Dead in Escape Attempt
  136. Nigeria: Withdraw Criminal Charges Against MTN, Musician Pleads
  137. South Africa: Community Essential in Fighting Nazism - Sanco
  138. South Africa: Proteas Stars Take Beating At Newlands
  139. Mali: Help 'Can't Come Soon Enough' for Thousands of Children Out of School in Northe
  140. Libya: Factions Sign Long-Delayed Peace Deal
  141. Libya: UN Envoy Welcomes 'Historic' Signing of Libyan Political Agreement
  142. Algeria: Media Campaign to Put End to Plundering of Occupied Western Sahara Resources
  143. Algeria: European Parliament's Resolution for Monitoring of Human Rights in Western S
  144. South Africa: ANC SG Announces Boycott of Companies Activating in Saharawi Occupied T
  145. Nigeria: Shell Can Be Liable for Nigeria Spills
  146. Benin: Will Country Get Another 'International' President in 2016?
  147. Mali: Violence, Fear in North Deprive Children of Education
  148. Nigeria: MTN to Fight Record Fine in Court
  149. Nigeria: N1.4 Trillion Fine - MTN Refuses to Pay, Challenges NCC in Court
  150. Burundi: African Union Proposes to Send Peacekeepers
  151. Africa: Kenyan Minister Denies Trade Talks Stalemate
  152. Rwanda: I Don't Want to Be President for Life - Kagame
  153. Burundi: Constant Bloodbaths in Bujumbura
  154. South Sudan: Fuelled By Corruption, War Enters Third Year
  155. Africa: Cern Boffins May Have Found Another New Particle
  156. South Africa: Govt to Fund R4.5 Billion NSFAS Shortfall - Zuma
  157. South Africa: South Africa's Most Powerful Man
  158. South Africa: Tensions Rise in Masiphumelele After Shack Demolitions
  159. South Africa: Govt Finds Billions to Help Students
  160. South Africa: Brics Bank a Concrete Reality - Zuma
  161. South Africa: Police Was Exemplary During #FeesMustFall Protests - Zuma
  162. South Africa: We Will Ensure All Have Access to Water - Zuma
  163. Senator Georgias dies
  164. ‘bring pasuwa back’
  165. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zimbabwe can be a world beater
  166. Indonesia through a camera lens
  167. Kasukuwere warns corrupt councillors
  168. ZIFA circus continues to unfold
  169. Heavy rains to persist
  170. Sell unproductive livestock, farmers told
  171. Murder cases surge. . . 17 cases recorded in 10 days
  172. Art of psyching up, out
  173. North Africa: 'Arab Spring' Five-Year Anniversary - Region Remains Mired in Repressio
  174. Egypt: King Tut's Golden Mask Restored, Back On Display in the Egyptian Museum
  175. Tunisia: 3-Year Sentence for Homosexuality
  176. Egypt: Sudanese Minister Says Six-Way Talks Were Positive
  177. Algeria: Algeria-Iran - Sellal Calls for Robust Economic Partnership
  178. Nigeria: Court Grants Biafra's Founder Unconditional Release
  179. Niger: Govt Foils a Military Coup Attempt
  180. Nigeria: Arms Probe - PDP Governors Slam Ex-Presidential Aide Over Comment On Jonatha
  181. Nigeria: Four Female Suicide Bombers Attack Checkpoint in Maiduguri
  182. Nigeria: Rivers Governor Poll - Appeal Court Upholds Wike's Sack
  183. Kenya: Cholera Strikes 500 in Refugee Camp Amid Heavy Rains
  184. Africa: MTN-Qhubeka Sign Eritrean, Spanish Cycling Stars
  185. Uganda: Blindness Plagues North
  186. South Sudan: UN Peacekeepers - Protecting Some of the People Some of the Time
  187. Burundi: Burundi On Brink of Civil War, Says UN
  188. South Africa: Govt Report Accuses Union of Selling Teaching Posts
  189. South Africa: Zuma Appoints Eight Women As Judges
  190. Zimbabwe: Faith Healing Claims Can Damage Your Health
  191. Malawi: UNICEF Embarks On Screening for Malnutrition Across Malawi
  192. South Africa: Sundowns Down Amakhosi to Lift Telkom Cup
  193. South Africa: Vodacom Rejects Attempt to Attach DRC Assets
  194. Zimbabwe: Media Under Siege Again
  195. Zimbabwe to become region’s economic hub
  196. 3 booted out
  197. President appoints 2 perm secs
  198. Corrupt councillors must rot in jail: VP
  199. Tongaat strike continues, sugar crisis looms
  200. Special ones sacked
  201. Jah Prayzah angers Zhakata at show
  202. GetBucks targets 1 million clients
  203. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Vibrant car industry will cut import bill
  204. Markets welcome US Fed’s move on interest rates
  205. 20 Things To Do In Africa Before You Die, Number 12 And 19 Are Unforgettable
  206. Orphan Teen Assaulted In Class By White Thug Cop Still Facing Charges
  207. Torture Site Run By Chicago Police Exposed At Hearing
  208. For Wary Baltimore, ‘Justice For Freddie Gray’ Is Bigger Than One Trial
  209. The Amazing Story Of Tanzania’s New President John Magufuli
  210. Nigeria: Over 1,000 Refugees of Boko Haram Attacks Return to Nigeria
  211. Tunisia: Twenty One Individuals Arrested On Suspicion of Belonging to Terrorist Organ
  212. Algeria: Iranian First Vice-President Begins Working Visit to Algeria
  213. Egypt: Egypt Delays Trial of Irishman On Hunger Strike
  214. Egypt: Saudi Arabia to Support Egyptian Petroleum Needs for FiveYears
  215. Egypt: No Evidence Yet of Terrorism in Air Disaster
  216. Nigeria: Court 'Frees' Biafran Leader
  217. Nigeria: Shi'ite Members Killed in Protest Over Army Crackdown
  218. Nigeria: Buhari to Present 2016 Budget Before Joint National Assembly Session
  219. Nigeria: Deputy Senate President Ekweremadu to Get 10 New Exotic Vehicles Despite Cas
  220. Nigeria: Lieutenant Colonel Killed in Boko Haram Ambush
  221. Africa: Developing Countries Call for Doha-Round Trade Deal
  222. Rwanda: Rwandans to Vote in Controversial Referendum
  223. Seychelles: Presidential Election - Second-Round Vote Begins
  224. Africa: On the Wild Side - Seven Lesser-Known and 'Green' Spaces
  225. Kenya: Jubilee Party to Launch Soon
  226. Angola: Court Orders House Arrest for Alleged Coup Plotters
  227. South Africa: Zuma Must Go - Mpho Tutu
  228. South Africa: Where Have All Our Role Models Gone?
  229. Zambia: Can Opposition Unseat President Lungu in 2016 Elections?
  230. South Africa: Billions Proposed for Student Finance Shortfall
  231. Zimbabwe: Weak Agriculture Finance Feeds Malnutrition
  232. Africa: Angola Overtakes Nigeria in Crude Oil Production
  233. South Africa: Cape Town Teacher On Global Award Shortlist
  234. ‘Migratory pests threaten food security’
  235. Chicken Inn ceiling collapses
  236. Zanu-PF delegate dies in car crash
  237. Local authorities challenged ‘to advocate people’s needs’
  238. $5bn tourism growth achievable — Mzembi
  239. DeMbare seek Cup redemption
  240. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Govt must curb illicit revenue outflow
  241. Zim car imports cost $4 billion
  242. Sulu honours liberation war heroes
  243. Tight competition at Nama 2015
  244. 13 Things You Didn’t Know About Nigerian Billionaire Prince Arthur Eze
  245. South Africans March Against President Jacob Zuma
  246. Crybaby Serial Rapist Cop Put On Suicide Watch After Courtroom Meltdown
  247. At This Nigerian School, All They Do Is Build Robots
  248. At America’s Largest Women’s Prison, Inmates Forced To Have Sex For Basic Necessities
  249. Baltimore Cops Preparing To Crack Down On Protests As Jury Is Deadlocked In Freddie G
  250. WATCH: Trump Supporters Attack Black Protesters: ‘Light That Motherf*cker On Fire!’