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  1. Are Liberal Democracy And Competitive Politics Obstacles To Transformative Growth In
  2. Nigeria: Military Denies Report of Soldiers On Hunger Strike
  3. Nigeria: Should Abuja Join Saudi Arabia's Military Alliance?
  4. Nigeria: SSS Detains Faleke, Abubakar Audu's Son - Aide
  5. East Africa: Malawi, Tanzania in New Dispute Over Lake Border
  6. Zimbabwe: Realtime Disease Tracking System Long Overdue
  7. Botswana: Heat Wave Claims Three Lives
  8. Zimbabwe: Stop the Barbaric Arrests of Scribes
  9. Zimbabwe: Stepdad Gets 30 Years for Rape
  10. Govere abused NSSA funds — Audit
  11. EDITORIAL COMMENT: The case for acceptable power tariff
  12. Traditional music conquers time
  13. Farm row spills into Supreme Court
  14. Madagascan president’s party wins senate vote
  15. GMB gets nod to import 230 000t
  16. US sends B52 bomber over South Korea
  17. ZIFA eye Pasuwa deal
  18. 16 death row inmates challenge law
  19. Musicians should not be exploited
  20. Egypt: Parliament Reconvenes
  21. Africa: Hope As African Leaders Reduce Terms
  22. Nigeria: Alarm Over Suspected Cases of Lassa Fever
  23. Nigeria: Named in Dasukigate, Ex-Anambra Gov Jim Nwobodo Dumps PDP for APC
  24. Nigeria: Former Lawmaker, Sacked From Senate, Defects to APC Before Fresh Poll
  25. Nigeria: Dasukigate - Accord Party Admits Ex-Gov Ladoja Received N100 Million From An
  26. Ethiopia: Crackdown On Dissent Takes Deadly Toll
  27. Tanzania: Zanzibar Plans Election Rerun
  28. Burundi: Uganda in Spotlight As Peace Talks Fail to Take Off
  29. South Sudan: Finally, South Sudan to Form Interim Govt
  30. Zimbabwe: Govt Embassies Abroad Face Closure
  31. South Africa: Jailed King 'In Good Spirits' In Hospital
  32. Zimbabwe: Mujuru 'Grand' Strategy Revealed
  33. Zimbabwe: AMH Trio Arrested, Detained Overnight
  34. Zimbabwe: Govt Sharpens Spying Tools
  35. Zimbabwe: Indigenisation Discord Ruinous
  36. Zimbabwe: Malawi Cops Intercept UK-Bound Marijuana Wrapped As Cakes From Harare
  37. Zimbabwe: Chitungwiza Violence Juveniles Freed, Lads Among More Than 30 Granted U.S.$
  38. This Good Saudi Muslim Is Selling His “Castrated African Slave” On Facebook
  39. Libya: UN Condemns Attack on Security Training Centre
  40. Egypt: Security Forces Kill 14 in Sinai
  41. Mali: Missionary Abducted for Second Time in Timbuktu
  42. Chad: UN Gives Aid to Boko Haram Refugees
  43. South Sudan: Rebels Welcome New Coalition Govt
  44. East Africa: Region to Roll Out Faster Internet Speeds
  45. South Sudan: Violence Breaks Out in New Area
  46. Tanzania: Post-Election Stalemate Damages Zanzibar
  47. Uganda: Editors Arrested for Refusing to Reveal a Source
  48. South Africa: Governing Party Celebrates 104 Years Amid Growing Disaffection
  49. Malawi: Gay Fears Murder If Deported to Malawi From UK
  50. South Africa: Jailed King in Hospital
  51. Angola: Don't Look, Don't Point! the Savagery of an Encounter With the Police
  52. South Africa: Racists Live in the Past - Zuma
  53. South Africa: Accused Premier's Fate to Be Discussed
  54. South Sudan: Sudanese People's Liberation Movement Resolves Conflict
  55. South Africa: Idols Judge Fired Over Race Row
  56. Algeria: Two Algerian Windsurfers to Compete in 2016 African 470 Championships
  57. Nigeria: Lagos Marathon - Deborah Pam Shakes Off Injury for Fresh Challenge
  58. South Africa: From Headboy to Provincial ANC Head Honcho - Who Is Marius Fransman?
  59. South Africa: Sexual Harassment Laid Against ANC Member
  60. Algeria: New Constitution Enshrines Principles of Democracy, Foundations of New Polit
  61. Algeria: EU Called to Strengthen Its Partnership With Algeria, Region's Key Player
  62. South Africa: Presidency Rejects Malicious Gossip Report By Mail & Guardian
  63. Tunisia: President Beji Caid Essebsi and Morjane Talk
  64. Nigeria: Who Is Femi Fani-Kayode?
  65. Nigeria: U.S.$2.1 Billion Arms Probe - Buhari Won't Interfere in Jafaru's Case - Pre
  66. Nigeria: Buhari's Ally Arrested in Arms Deal Scandal
  67. Nigeria: Why EFCC Arrested Lawal Jafaru Isa
  68. Tanzania: Extinction Threatens Hadzabe People
  69. Kenya: Doctors Successfully Remove Knife From Wajir Woman's Cheek
  70. South Sudan: Govt and Rebels Reach Agreement On Transitional Government
  71. Kenya: Hydropower Dams Fuel Malaria Risk for Villagers
  72. Uganda: All Eight Candidates Set for Presidential Debate
  73. Angola: United Nations Calls for the Release of Marcos Mavungo
  74. Zimbabwe: Country Braces for Bleak 2016
  75. Botswana: Behind the Scenes - A Look at Research in Botswana
  76. South Africa: Case Opened Against Senior ANC Leader
  77. South Africa: Black Teen Told to Get Out of Pool 'Out of Respect for Other People'
  78. Mozambique: Storm Displaces Families in Lichinga
  79. Angst as ‘Mein Kampf’ reprints hit bookstores
  80. Young hotelier inspires youths
  81. Libya truck bomb kills 60
  82. Zanu-PF urges Midlands to resolve squabbles
  83. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Realtime disease tracking system long overdue
  84. The Other Side – Zimbabwe: New Year, Old Thinking
  85. Touts, vendors parade coffin in Chitungwiza
  86. Asiagate saga ends
  87. The Interview – Indigenisation: ‘Take cue from President Mugabe’
  88. Black teen ordered out of pool
  89. Saudi Arabia Still Bans Blacks From Holding Government Positions
  90. College Sports Exploits Unpaid Black Athletes. But They Could Force Change
  91. Maine Governor Sorry For Remark About YOU “Drug Dealers” Impregnating Young White Gir
  92. Online Racism Sparks Outrage, Legal Action In South Africa
  93. South Africa’s Last Apartheid President F.W. de Klerk Takes Heat
  94. Hillary Emails Reveal True Motive For Libya Invasion
  95. Libya: 'Libya Cannot Afford to Remain Divided,' Says UN Envoy, Deploring Latest Deadl
  96. Nigeria/Gabon: 2015 Glo-CAF Awards - Aubameyang Wins Footballer of the Year Award
  97. Sierra Leone: How a Project With Good Aims Delivered Bitter Outcomes
  98. Ghana: Outrage Over Guantanamo Detainees
  99. Nigeria: Nine Things You Probably Did Not Know About Nigeria
  100. South Africa: I Was Jailed for Filming a Police Assault
  101. South Africa: When Will We Stop Dehumanising, Othering and Abusing the Black Body?
  102. Tunisia: Cabinet Reshuffle - New Line-Up of Essid's Government
  103. Libya: ISIL Attacks Highlight Need for Implementation of Peace Accord, Says UN Envoy
  104. Algeria: Algeria - Economic Growth Expected to Rise in 2016, 2017
  105. Tunisia: PM Announces Cabinet Reshuffle
  106. Algeria: Closing of National Holy Quran Week - President Bouteflika's Message Adopted
  107. Nigeria: U.S. Donates 24 Armoured Personnel Carriers to Nigeria
  108. Nigeria: New Electricity Tariff Coming in February
  109. Nigeria: Dasukigate - Court Grants Bail to Ex-Ruling Party Chairman Bello, Son
  110. Gambia: Women Working for Govt Ordered to Wear Headscarves
  111. Nigeria: Statement By IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde At the Conclusion of a
  112. Africa: Nairobi Trade Talks Made History - Kenya Foreign Minister
  113. Tanzania: New PM Threatens to Sack Doctors for Illegal Abortions
  114. Kenya: Jitters Over Athletics Doping Report
  115. Ethiopia: Arrest of Respected Politician Escalating Crisis
  116. Uganda: An America More Like Uganda - A Better Place!
  117. South Africa: Woman Recounts Alleged Rape On Instagram
  118. South Africa: South Africa, U.S. Resolve Outstanding Agoa Issues
  119. Zimbabwe: Newsday Deputy Editor, Reporter Arrested Over Bonus Story
  120. South Africa: Universities May Not Be Ready for the Latest Crop of School Leavers
  121. Malawi: Prophet Bushiri Acquires Third Jet
  122. Zimbabwe: Civil Servants Fail to Pin Government On Bonus Dates, Only January Salary C
  123. Malawi: Leprosy Hits Seven Districts
  124. Zimbabwe: Sulu Gains Ground With 'Macamarada'
  125. Quartet caught trekking rhino in Matobo . . .MP, Cllr nabbed over poaching
  126. NewsDay editor, reporter arrested
  127. Rooney scare
  128. Govt moots Plan B for drought
  129. DPRK stands on the side of justice
  130. MP Chihota’s property under the hammer
  131. Zimasco applies for judicial management
  132. Story behind Bhonzo’s fall from grace
  133. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Govt, workers must maintain dialogue
  134. Of Annus horribilis and inveterate opportunism
  135. Nigeria: How Nigeria Can Get Out of Economic Crisis - IMF Boss
  136. Algeria: Reserve Currency Shrinks to U.S. $152.7 Billion By End September 2015
  137. Algeria: Ouyahia - Postponement of Revision of Constitution Allowed Consulting All Pa
  138. Algeria: 2016 Will Be Year of Local Development, Says Bedoui
  139. Algeria: Ouyahia - Algeria Has Potential to Overcome Crisis in Five Years
  140. Algeria: Draft Revision of Constitution Widely Taken Up By National Press
  141. Cote d'Ivoire: Prime Minister and Government Resign
  142. Nigeria: We'll Arrest More Influential Nigerians Soon - Anti-Corruption Boss
  143. Nigeria: IMF Chief Wants Nigeria's Forex Restriction to Be Temporary
  144. Nigeria: IMF Chief's Prescription for Nigeria's Economy
  145. Cameroon: Boko Haram Arrests Worsen Cameroon Prison Conditions
  146. Uganda: Police Block Besigye, Fire Teargas and Live Bullets to Disperse Supporters
  147. Uganda: 2016 Elections - Same Same but Different?
  148. Eritrea: Questions No One Asks About Eritrea
  149. Kenya: Court Declines to Suspend Law Giving President Appointment Power
  150. Uganda: Back On Track, Railways Signal Better Days Ahead
  151. Zambia: We're Not Afraid of 50+1 Vote - Ruling Party
  152. Mozambique: Opposition Leader Boasts That Party 'Will Govern' in March
  153. South Africa: Hashim Amla Quits As Test Cricket Captain
  154. South Africa: 'More to Agoa Dispute Than Meets the Eye'
  155. South Africa: Zuma a 'No-Show' At Marikana
  156. South Africa: What a Sheep Eats Affects the Taste of Your Lamb Roast
  157. Africa: What Final Exam Results Reveal About South Africa's School System
  158. South Africa: Twitter Death Threats Can Lead to Criminal Investigations - Police
  159. TV licence fees to be scrapped
  160. Maridadi fined $300
  161. Road dualisation project gathers pace
  162. Editorial Comment: Maize price hike must be contained
  163. Good times roll
  164. Zim, China city ink investment deal
  165. Govt awards Sakunda 200MW tender
  166. ‘Rapid Results Action Plan: Major boost for economy’
  167. Kirsty Coventry gets international recognition
  168. Albert Nyathi’s multi-lingual gender fight
  169. Nigeria: Davido, Baby Mama's Quarrel Gets Messier
  170. Nigeria: What Buhari told IMF Chief, Lagarde - Presidency
  171. Algeria: Two-Term Limit for Presidents, a Provision Excluded From Any Future Revision
  172. Egypt: Egypt Detains Two Journalists, Sentences Another Already Detained
  173. Ethiopia: Nile Is Not Only Source of Life but Also Source of Cooperation
  174. Algeria: Role of Parliamentary Opposition Reinforced in Draft Revision of Constitutio
  175. Nigeria: Soldiers Raped Our Members Before Killing Them - Shiite Women
  176. Nigeria: IMF to Buhari - Make Your Economic Policies Flexible
  177. Nigeria: Lagarde Urges Nigeria to Diversify Its Economy Away From Oil
  178. Nigeria: Boko Haram Not 'Defeated' but Buhari Strategy Is Working
  179. Africa: How Drones Help Keep the Peace
  180. Burundi: Government Refuses to Join Peace Talks
  181. Africa: Smart Africa Secretariat to Open in Kigali
  182. Burundi: Shells and Shots Instead of Peace Talks in Burundi
  183. Rwanda: Rwandan President Hits Back At U.S. Over Extending His Rule
  184. South Africa: 2015 Matric Exams Were Tougher Than Previous Years
  185. Namibia: Angula Gets New Top High Court Post
  186. Namibia: Airport Tender to Be Advertised
  187. Zimbabwe: Govt Pays Civil Servants, Convenes Indaba
  188. South Africa: 2015 Matric Pass Rate Drops
  189. South Africa: Govt Denies Arrest of Diplomat in Norway
  190. South Africa: Gauteng Braces for Record-Breaking Heatwave
  191. South Africa: Country's Developing Solar Energy Landscape
  192. Violence erupts in Chitungwiza
  193. Govt pays civil servants, convenes indaba
  194. NSSA audit unearths shady property deals
  195. Warriors step up act
  196. Macheso’s new songs thrill fans
  197. Indigenisation framework attracts investors — experts
  198. EDITORIAL COMMENT: New indigenisation framework progressive
  199. CZI optimistic about economic transformation
  200. Zim, Afghanistan in decider
  201. Tehn Diamond in fresh start
  202. TREASON: How Netanyahu Bribed Republican Congressmen To Vote Against Iran Nuclear Dea
  203. T.D. Jakes Comes Out For ‘Gay Rights’ And ‘LGBT Churches’
  204. Epidemic: Black Men Killed By American Cops At Highest Rate
  205. The Sudden Fall Of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
  206. White And Republican — Welcome To Owsley County, Kentucky, The Food Stamp Capital Of
  207. Western Sahara: Health Deterioration of Saharawi Political Prisoner Mohamed Bambari
  208. CAAZ set to lose fire engines
  209. Butcher faces sodomy charge
  210. Drunken soldier fondles woman
  211. Multiple fractures land ‘callous’ Epworth stepmom in the dock
  212. President promotes AFZ female officer
  213. What makes people love their country?
  214. Three arrested in slaying of Mexico mayor
  215. SA maize prices scale new peaks
  216. How compromises, mistakes made in Mandela era hobbled SA’s economy
  217. Sunshine Boys get down to business
  218. Tunisia: Mohamed Bouazizi - Was the Arab Spring Worth Dying For?
  219. Africa: Terrorism Was Biggest Concern in Kenya, Nigeria, Tunisia - Poll
  220. Morocco: Abdul Rahman Alhaj Ali Still Pending Extradition More Than One Year After Hi
  221. Egypt: Journalist Ahmed Naje Acquitted of Charges of 'Offending Public Decency'
  222. Egypt: 26 Takfiri Elements Killed in Security Campaign in Central Sinai
  223. Nigeria: #BringBackOurGirls Movement Fumes Over Boko Haram Defeat Claim
  224. Africa: Young Mums Sidelined Over Child Nutrition
  225. Nigeria: Sex Workers in Delta Attack Customers Over Unpaid Bills
  226. Nigeria: Super Eagles Squad for Afcon Named
  227. Nigeria: Fire Guts Yola Market
  228. Burundi: What Next for the Peace Process?
  229. Ethiopia: Nation in 'Strong Position' to End Aids By 2030
  230. Kenya: Defiant Kenyan University Reopens After Terror Attack
  231. Rwanda: Brains Behind Rwanda's First Drones
  232. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Uses Technology to Tackle Misinvoicing
  233. South Africa: Rights Commission to Probe Racist Social Media Comments
  234. Mozambique: Suspected Kidnapping Kingpin Arrested
  235. South Africa: Beyonce Not Worthy of Playing Sarah Baartman - Chief
  236. Africa: First Children's TB Drug Hits Market
  237. Zambia: Presidential Election Date Set
  238. Angola: President Dos Santos Wants Dictatorial Control of the Net
  239. South Africa: Govt Prepares for Agoa Trade Suspension
  240. Malawi: 'Snake' Pastor Hoax - Police in Running Battles With Mob
  241. Good Move: Senegalese President Slashes His Term In Office By Two Years
  242. Somalia Undergoing A Housing Boom As Mogadishu Emerges From The Ashes Of War
  243. If They Were Black They Would Be Dead By Now: Racial Double Standard And The Oregon T
  244. Africa: 10 Things To Watch In Africa In 2016
  245. Nigeria: Exclusive - Buhari Puts More Cash Into War Against Corruption - See How Anti
  246. South Africa: Drought - Farmer Commits Suicide a Day Before Rain Falls
  247. Kenya: Hague Court Returns From Winter Recess
  248. East Africa: What Would Nyerere Do About Burundi?
  249. Somalia: Restaurant Hit By Deadly Suicide Attack
  250. Nigeria: Tension in Ile-Ife Over Selection of Second-in-Command to Ooni