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  1. Nigerian Becomes World’s First African Scrabble Champion
  2. Five African-American Museums To Visit
  3. iROKO TV Is Nigeria’s Answer To Netflix As It Launches iROKO Global
  4. Job cuts cripple service delivery
  5. Govt focuses on debt repayment
  6. Zanu-PF wins two more wards
  7. PSMAS saga takes new twist
  8. Sex accused pupils sue head over expulsion
  9. Zim major tobacco producer in Africa
  10. Court relief for Kereke
  11. Bakhresa gets work permit for CEO
  12. Chimurenga group promotes Zim culture
  13. ShoreCap officials visit Zimbabwe
  14. Egypt: Arrest of Prominent Activist Hossam Bahgat Is Another Blow for Freedom of Expr
  15. Egypt: Brotherhood's Supreme Guide Badie Granted Retrial After Appealing Life in Pris
  16. Egypt: Human Rights Activist, Journalist Hossam Bahgat Faces Military Prosecution
  17. Egypt: Death Toll in Beheira Rises to 25 in Weather Calamity
  18. Tunisia: Ceremony in Honour of National Dialogue Quartet
  19. Nigeria: Army 'Arrests' Another Boko Haram Terrorist On Wanted List
  20. Nigeria: Thousands of Nigerians Crossed European Borders Illegally in 2015 - EU
  21. Nigeria: Buhari Removes EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Lamorde, Appoints Replacement
  22. Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone Is Ebola Free but a Legacy of Fear Remains
  23. Nigeria: Buhari Swears in New Electoral Commission Chair
  24. Tanzania: Solar Energy Lights the Way for One Forgotten Tanzanian Village
  25. Uganda: Young People Need Access to Quality Family Planning Services
  26. Kenya: Seven Trapped in Mandera Floods
  27. Sudan: Govt Acknowledges Death of 86 Protesters in 2013
  28. Kenya: Boda Bodas Banned From Nairobi CBD
  29. South Africa: Question of Rights Violations Against the #feesmustfall Protesters
  30. Zimbabwe: Press Freedom Shaken
  31. South Africa: More MTN Execs Could Face Axe
  32. South Africa: 'We Want Zuma,' Students Chant Outside Parliament
  33. South Africa: Getting Ready for a Woman President?
  34. South Africa: Why Textbooks Are a Crucial Part of Every Child's Learning Journey
  35. Zimbabwe: Police Break Up MDC Rally, Detain MP, Supporters
  36. Southern Africa: Value Chains - Entry Points for Donor Impact
  37. Angola, One Of Africa’s Wealthy Oil-Producing Countries
  38. The Little DJ Who Just Won South Africa’s Got Talent
  39. Why Black Lives Should Matter Most To Black People
  40. Saudi-UAE Military Coalition Expands Into The Horn Of Africa
  41. Gulf Cooperation Council Wants Stronger Ties With Africa
  42. Kenyan Student Design Ultra-Modern Electric Wheelchair For Disabled Persons
  43. Meet Thessalonika Arzu-Embry The 16-Year-Old Who Is Now Working Towards A Doctorate
  44. Nigeria: Golden Eaglets Are World U-17 Champions
  45. Egypt: Russia to Inspect Airports Security After Plane Crash
  46. Libya: Security Council Urges Parties to Endorse, Sign Unity Govt Deal
  47. Egypt: Russia Suspends Flights to Egypt
  48. Congo-Kinshasa/Algeria: Mazembe Beat USMA to Reach Fifth Heaven
  49. Egypt: Egypt-Led Committee On Russia Plane Still in 'Information-Gathering' Phase
  50. Nigeria: Buhari to Swear in Ministers On Wednesday
  51. Nigeria: Ex-National Security Adviser in Tussle With Intelligence Service
  52. Nigeria: Tribunal Sacks Taraba Governor, Declares APC Candidate Alhassan Winner
  53. Nigeria: Controversial Vice Chancellor Appointment at Federal University
  54. Nigeria: Degrees for Sale at Some Universities
  55. Somalia: Flooding Affects Tens of Thousands
  56. Burundi: Govt Begins House-to-House Searches Amid Concern of Massacre
  57. Kenya: Nation Risk Ban for Complicity in Fighting Doping
  58. Kenya: Pope Francis Visit Offers Kenya Golden Opportunity to Unite, Says Kibaki
  59. Kenya: Waiguru Must Be Removed Before She Sinks Jubilee Government, MPs Say
  60. Africa: All Systems Go for African Standby Force
  61. Mozambique: Govt, Opposition Talks in Doubt
  62. South Africa: Opposition Slam Plans to Acquire Presidential Jet
  63. Zambia: Chinese Investors Launch Mega Project
  64. South Africa: U.S. Threatens to Suspend Part of AGOA Trade Deal
  65. Zimbabwe: Nation Still Expects More From Zimsec
  66. South Africa: Fire Destroys Homes in Khayelitsha
  67. South Africa: Light Aircraft Crashes Into Midrand House
  68. UCT students sign petitions
  69. Rouhani stresses transparency of media laws
  70. Bomb suspected in Russian plane crash
  71. Tight security for Papal visit
  72. EU turns to African leaders
  73. Giants in deadlock
  74. Carelse-Juul’s race against time
  75. Klopp’s bubble bursts
  76. Mourinho in suspense
  77. After Cecil the lion, it’s now to the elephants
  78. Egypt: Russia Suspends Flights to Egypt
  79. Western Sahara: Morrocan King's Visit Seen as 'Dangerous Escalation'
  80. Western Sahara: President Abdelaziz Hails Ben Ki-Moon's Call for "True Negotiations"
  81. Egypt: Govt Regrets That Countries Proclaiming Bomb 'Theory' Have Not Shared Informat
  82. Egypt: Govt Confiscates Funds of Businessmen for Seizing State Funds, Lands
  83. Tanzania: Jonathan to Mediate Zanzibar Poll Crisis
  84. Sierra Leone: Nation Officially Declared Ebola-Free
  85. Nigeria: Iheanacho Nominated for Top European Soccer Award
  86. Sierra Leone: Pregnant Girls Excluded From School and Banned From Exams
  87. Nigeria: New Ministers Will Not Get Large Convoys, Staff but Deal With Lean Economy
  88. Burundi: New Round of Blood-Letting Feared
  89. Burundi: Residents Flee Capital After Weapons Crackdown
  90. Rwanda: Main Opposition Party Considers Giving Up
  91. Burundi: Nation Descends Into Lawlessness
  92. South Africa: Zuma Hits Back at Former President
  93. Zimbabwe: Govt Intensifies Crackdown On Dissenting Voices
  94. South Africa: Light Aircraft Crashes
  95. Malawi: Police Re-Arrest Official Over 'Cashgate'
  96. South Africa: Complexity of Animal Health Issues Being Addressed in AGOA Talks - Davi
  97. Zimbabwe: Another Dzamara-Style Disappearance Exposed
  98. South Africa: Chiefs Roar to Final After Soweto Derby Win
  99. Malawi: Albinos Take Govt to Task Over Failure to Establish Special Court
  100. Morocco: Activists Gather to Demand of Morocco's King - Stop Obstructing Referendum o
  101. West Africa: Dakar Conference : Financial Management Reforms Will Help Achieve the Af
  102. Nigeria: Albino Foundation Attributes Member's Death to National Hospital's Negligenc
  103. Western Sahara: 'Only Independence Will Restore Us' - a Sahrawi Refugee
  104. Algeria: Sahrawi President Calls On UN to Prevent Visit of Morocco's King to Occupied
  105. Egypt: Major Tourism Agencies Cancel Flights to Sharm El-Sheikh Until November 12
  106. Egypt: Putin Urges Patience Over Plane Crash Investigation
  107. Sierra Leone: Girls Forced Into 'Degrading' Pregnancy Tests After School Ban
  108. Nigeria: Nigeria Beat Mexico to Set Up All-African Final Against Mali
  109. Nigeria: Rivers Residents Dig Up, Eat Contaminated Chicken Buried By Customs
  110. Kenya: Teachers Lose Appeal On 50 to 60% Pay Hike
  111. Burundi: Humanitarian Crisis On Cards, Experts Warn
  112. Burundi: Amid Rising Violence, UN Calls For End to Killings, Start Dialogue
  113. Uganda: Don't Give Money to Voters - Museveni
  114. Rwanda: Senate Scrutinises Bill On Constitutional Reforms
  115. South Africa: Is Country's Research Prowess Sustainable?
  116. South Africa: The Case for a National Minimum Wage to Tackle Inequality
  117. Angola: Fisheries Sector Entrepreneurs Called to Pay Taxes
  118. Zimbabwe: Crippling Power Cuts Fuel Illegal Logging Trade
  119. Zambia: Elephant Tramples Man to Death
  120. South Africa: Midwives - Unsung Heroes of Birth
  121. South Africa: U.S. to Suspend African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) Benefits to S
  122. South Africa: Davies, Govt Urged to Avert 60-Day U.S. Ultimatum
  123. Our steely warrior
  124. A derby like no other
  125. Of empty fame and repeating errors
  126. Report on Zim-Kenya relations blunderous, racist: Charamba
  127. The curse of november
  128. Passer-by shot in crossfire
  129. Gogo relives her life as a traditional midwife
  130. Tigers wary of Chevrons
  131. Minister mourns Gundani
  132. $7m tobacco levy lies idle
  133. African Women You Should Know
  134. Dragon’s Breath Cave In Namibia Holds the World’s Largest Underground Lake
  135. Who Are The Richest South Africans?
  136. Woman Attacked For Speaking Swahili
  137. Haitian Authorities Close Orphanage Founded By American Child Molester
  138. Police In Haiti Clash With Protesters Over Vote Fraud Allegations
  139. ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Makes History As The Highest-Grossing Movie From A Black Dir
  140. Libya: Political Progress 'Carries Promise' of Ending Impunity for Atrocity Crimes -
  141. Kenya: Govt Among 25 States Seeking a Global Ban On Ivory Trade
  142. Nigeria: Country Drops On FIFA World Rankings
  143. Somalia: Toll-Free Hotline Aims to Help Tackle Gender-Based Violence
  144. South Africa: How Climate Change Is Causing Pied Crow Numbers to Soar
  145. Zimbabwe: Five Lessons From Game-Changing Student Protests
  146. Gaining Strength and Insight from Assassinations
  147. Tanzania salutes President
  148. Battlelines drawn
  149. NetOne unveil Easycall Cup
  150. Child molester jailed 4 years
  151. Tendai Dembo to grace Nice Day fun fiesta
  152. ISUZU’s my15 KB range
  153. Chitembwe confident
  154. 4 killed over Nkurunziza’s re-election
  155. Comesa signs MoU with Microsoft
  156. Africa: 40 Years of Hurt - the Never-Ending Scandal of the Western Sahara
  157. Egypt: Bomb by Islamic State Likely Caused Russian Plane Crash - Sources
  158. Western Sahara: As Conflict Nears Fortieth Year, UN Chief Reiterates Call for 'True N
  159. Egypt: Russia to Expand Search Area, 'Uncharacteristic Sounds' Heard in Plane Cockpit
  160. Egypt: We Will Reveal How We Downed Russian Plane 'in Own Time' - Militant Group
  161. Sierra Leone: How Traditional Healers Helped Defeat Ebola
  162. Nigeria: Reluctant Banks Worsen Nigeria Power Woes
  163. Nigeria: Buhari Warns Ministers-Designate Against Waste, Lawlessness
  164. Nigeria: Govt Promises Prompt Payment of Staff Salaries
  165. Nigeria: Panic, As Fayose Moves to Demolish Ekiti's Biggest Market
  166. Uganda: Eight Cleared for 2016 Presidential Election
  167. South Sudan: UN Report Casts Doubts On Formation of Unity Government
  168. Kenya: Resign? Not Me, Says Waiguru
  169. South Sudan: Hiding From Horror in the Swamps of South Sudan
  170. Kenya: Kenyatta Finally Congratulates New Tanzanian President
  171. Zimbabwe: Blackouts Darken Prospects for Students
  172. South Africa: How Unequal Access to Knowledge Is Affecting Society
  173. South Africa: Workers Threatened By University of Johannesburg Management
  174. South Africa: 'Clitoris Collector' Witness Testifies in Camera
  175. Malawi: US Threatens to Withdraw Malaria Drug Aid Package
  176. South Africa: PE's 'Road Rage Dad' Still Unidentified
  177. South Africa: R19.7bn Needed for University Subsidies - Nzimande
  178. South Africa: Eskom's Money Woes 'Threaten Renewable Energy'
  179. Gentrification Of Detroit Leaving Black-Owned Businesses Behind
  180. South African Navy Chief Visits China
  181. 11 Types Of Racists Who Need To Stop
  182. Former French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, A Suspect In 680 Kilos Of Cocaine Seizure
  183. Nigeria Has Finally Canceled Its Corrupt Oil Swap Deals
  184. FBI Knew Jared Fogle Was Molesting Children And Allowed Him To Continue
  185. Egyptian Pyramids Were Grain Stores Built By Joseph, Not Tombs Says Ben Carson
  186. Tanzania: Govt Rolls Out Sex Education to Curb Teenage Pregnancies
  187. South Sudan: What the Barge Kidnapping Reveals About the UN
  188. South Africa: No Request From FBI On 2010 FIFA World Cup Investigation - Govt
  189. South Africa: Trevor Noah in Hospital for Emergency Surgery
  190. Egypt: David Cameron Must Raise Human Rights During Egyptian President's UK Visit
  191. Egypt: Russian Flight Crash Speculations Premature, Says Aviation Min.
  192. Egypt: Central Bank's Debts Exceed Value of Assets for First Time in 23 Years
  193. Egypt: Dozens Go On Hunger Strike With Wife of 'Forcibly Disappeared' Lawyer
  194. Egypt: Five Killed in Al-Arish Suicide Blast, Ansar Claims Responsibility
  195. Nigeria: See Senators Who Got What, As Saraki Names 65 Senate C'ttees
  196. Nigeria: 50,000 Nigerian Girls Die of Abortion Complications Annually - NMA
  197. Nigeria: Exclusive - How Bankers Helped Launder Stolen Pension Funds
  198. Nigeria: N3.1 Billion Scam - EFCC Arraigns Ex-Benue Gov Suswam Today
  199. Africa: Proven Parasite Drug Hailed As Malaria Weapon
  200. South Sudan: Scores Die in Plane Crash
  201. Rwanda: Poverty Reduction Rwandan-Style: How the Aid Community Loves It
  202. Uganda: I Will Run Campaign of Defiance, Says Besigye
  203. Burundi: Nkurunziza Offers Amnesty to Armed Men Who Surrender
  204. Kenya: Ruto Asks to Be Excused From ICC Hearings Over Pope Visit
  205. South Africa: Students Are Becoming a New Kind of Democratic Citizen
  206. Namibia: Namibian Economist Goes on Sale
  207. Africa: South Africa in Midst of 'Epic Drought'
  208. Lesotho: Free Maternal Care Has an Impressive Return On Investment
  209. Zimbabwe: Arrested Journalists Tried to 'Overshadow' Cyanide Poaching Probe - Police
  210. Zambia: Exams in Blackout
  211. South Africa: No Load Shedding Until May Next Year, Says Brian Molefe
  212. South Africa: Zero Percent, the ANC and the New Student Movement
  213. Women combatants bare scar tissues of war
  214. Sunday Mail editor, reporters freed on bail
  215. US, Israel, involved in creating ISIL
  216. Tomana in yet another storm
  217. Stock exchange in consecutive decline
  218. Rape victim wins $6 500 damages over abortion
  219. EDITORIAL COMMENT: State enterprises require hands-on approach
  220. Masike fights for female artistes
  221. Govt unveils $10m for empowerment
  222. Legend Paul Gundani dies
  223. BREAKING: Police Shoot 6-Year-Old Boy In The Head Multiple Times Killing Him
  224. In 35 Years, Nigeria Could Be The Automotive Capital Of Africa
  225. Number Of African Immigrants To The U.S. On The Rise
  226. 10 Best And Worst States For New Entrepreneurs
  227. How Facebook Helped Justin Goff Create A Two Million-Dollar, One-Person Business
  228. Facebook Christians – The Gantt Report
  229. Did You Know That President Mugabe Is The World’s Most Educated Leader? With 7 Degree
  230. Nigeria: Oil Board Eliminates Middlemen in Oil Sale, Purchase
  231. Africa: Why It's So Hard to Fight Fisheries Crime
  232. South Africa: If Govt Can Fund Nuclear, It Can Fund Free Education - Party
  233. Egypt: When Countering Terrorism Becomes Counter-Productive
  234. Egypt: Chief of Staff Meets U.S. Top Brass
  235. Libya: UN Calls On Libyan Political Stakeholders to Redouble Efforts to Reach Agreeme
  236. Morocco: Smara Student Movement Organizes a Demonstration to Protest the Visit of the
  237. Algeria: Chile's Vice FM to Visit Algeria On 3-5 November
  238. Liberia: Charles Taylor's Ex-Wife Announces Presidential Bid
  239. Nigeria: Chimamanda Adiche's Book Named 'Best of the Best'
  240. Nigeria: MTN Denies Settlement Over Landmark Nigeria Fine
  241. Nigeria: Ministers Without Portfolio Not New in Nigeria, Saraki Tells Buhari
  242. Nigeria: Shell 'Blatantly Lied' About Niger Delta Pollution - Amnesty International
  243. Uganda: Mbabazi Declared Duly Nominated Presidential Candidate
  244. Kenya: Youths Quit Crime to Protect Forests
  245. Kenya: How to Get Away With Murder in Kenya
  246. Kenya: Mathari Miracle Baby Gets New Skull in Breakthrough Surgery
  247. Kenya: 'Dear Mama President' Campaign Breeds Ripple Effects
  248. South Africa: Financial Stress Distracts Students From Academic Success
  249. Zimbabwe: Mega Dam Project Could Flounder in the Face of Climate Change
  250. South Africa: Why Financial Inclusion Needs a New Frontier