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  1. South Africa: Simple, Vernacular Translations Make the Most Sense for University Stud
  2. Zimbabwe: Why Grace Mugabe Donated Goods Worth Millions in Chimanimani
  3. Thoughts On Chinese Workers In Africa
  4. People Claiming #ColumbusWasAHero Are On The Wrong Side Of History
  5. Terrorism Charges For Confederate Flag Group Who Threatened Black Family
  6. Bloody, Strapped To Chair, Video Shows Police Tasering Matthew Ajibade In The Testicl
  7. It Isn’t Just Asian Immigrants Who Excel In The US; Africans Do Better Than Them
  8. These 7 African Countries Can’t Live Without Aid
  9. The Next 5 Years: Africa Will Shine
  10. North Africa: Lesbos Praised, Europe Panned Over Refugees
  11. Chad: Algeria 'Strongly' Condemns Recent Terrorist Attacks in Chad, Cameroon
  12. Western Sahara: 40 Years a Refugee, for the Love of Freedom
  13. Algeria: IMF-WB Annual Meetings - Intense Activity of Finance Minister in Lima
  14. Algeria: All-Terrain Vehicle, Truck Loaded With 11 Tonnes of Food Seized in Country's
  15. Nigeria: Chibok Girls Alive - Escapee Girl Reveals
  16. Mauritania: Lack of Will Undermines Anti-Slavery Law
  17. Nigeria: Legislators' Pay Revealed
  18. Guinea: Could Peaceful Ballot Make History?
  19. Liberia: Speaker Resigns From Ruling Party
  20. Sudan: Dialogue Boycott 'Larger Than Expected'
  21. East Africa: Scientists Predict Drier Horn of Africa As Climate Warms
  22. Kenya: Schoolgirls Dread Their Periods, but Simple Changes Could Help
  23. Kenya: Govt to Pay Election Violence Victims
  24. South Africa: Nation's Shack Dwellers Go Hungry
  25. South Africa: Making Circumcision Safer for Young Boys
  26. South Africa: Abortion Stigma Harms Thousands of Young Women
  27. Africa: How Africa Can Build Inclusive, Safe and Sustainable Cities
  28. Africa: Engineering Graduates Can Help Africa to Meet Its Sustainable Development Goa
  29. South Africa: Parents Who Lie to Schools Must Go to Jail - Proposed Law
  30. South Africa: What Mandela Can Teach Us About Lifelong, Dialogue-Rich Learning
  31. South Africa: Empower Yourselves, Don't Rely On Govt - Minister
  32. As Lewandowski dazzles…let’s not forget he once was in the same class as Chinyama
  33. SPB finally awards 300MW solar tenders
  34. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Condemned buildings: Win-win solution needed
  35. Warriors camp in false start
  36. Millers offer wheat farmers $410 per tonne
  37. Dynamos players still believe
  38. Govt, OPEC sign $20m education fund facility
  39. ‘Shoot to kill’ violates Constitution, say MPs
  40. Ministry acts over swine fever outbreak
  41. Musicians to honour Tongai Moyo
  42. Libya: UN Authorizes Bid to Stop Migrant Smuggling
  43. Egypt: Many Drown Off Egyptian Coast
  44. Egypt: Hajj Stampede Death Toll Still Rising
  45. Egypt: Hec - 27 Million Voters in 1st Phase of Parliamentary Polls
  46. Egypt: Former Tourism Minister Passes Away
  47. Guinea: Guineans Go to the Polls in Presidential Elections
  48. Nigeria: Niger Delta Militants Attack Shell Facility, Kill Guard
  49. Guinea: Calm As Guineans Vote for President
  50. Nigeria: Army Issues Fresh Warning to Boko Haram
  51. Guinea: Presidential Election to Go Ahead
  52. South Sudan: Peace Deal in Jeopardy Over Kiir's New States
  53. Tanzania: Drama, Tragedy Mar Campaigns As Candidates Target Vote-Rich Areas
  54. Sudan: Opposition Forces Boycott National Dialogue
  55. South Africa: Ruling Party Wants to Pull Out of Hague Court
  56. South Sudan: U.S. Snubs Visiting Leaders Over Peace Deal Breaches
  57. Zimbabwe: Heat Wave Hits Zimbabwe
  58. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Vows Legal Hammer for 'Errant' Local Media
  59. South Africa: Govt Has Failed to Keep Their Promises - Maimane
  60. South Africa: Voting Starts in Guinea Election Marred By Violence
  61. South Africa: Man Shoots Five, Kills Himself in Free State Taxi Violence
  62. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Ghost Haunts VP
  63. Zimbabwe: Ugly Fight for Ex-Minister's Body Delays Burial
  64. Harare International Carnival blog
  65. SA to pull out of ICC
  66. Introduce early science learning: VP Mphoko
  67. EDITORIAL COMMENT: GMB’s commitment to farmers welcome
  68. Tuku’s journey to stardom
  69. Kasukuwere reads riot act
  70. Chevrons end two-year wait
  71. New twist to $70k Old Mutual saga
  72. Mudede and the black woman’s burden
  73. Not Concerned With Police Brutality? You Should Be, It’s Costing You Hundreds Of Mill
  74. The Quest For Economic Freedom In South Africa Is Proving To Be The ANC’s Downfall
  75. South Africa To Withdraw From International Criminal Court
  76. Tunisia: Congratulations to Tunisia for the Nobel Prize
  77. Libya: Top UN Officials Urge Libyan Parties to Endorse Proposals On New Unity Governm
  78. Libya: UN Announces Plan for Libyan Unity Government
  79. Morocco: HM the King Chairs Opening of First Session of Fifth Legislative Year of Nin
  80. Morocco: HM the King, Amir Al Mouminine, Performs Friday Prayer At Annasr Mosque in T
  81. Guinea: Guinea's Elections - a Country Divided, Reliving Its Past
  82. Guinea: Several Wounded in Guinea Pre-Election Clashes
  83. Ghana: Alarm Over Hike in Unsafe Abortions
  84. Chad: Suspected Boko Haram Suicide Attacks Kill Dozens in Chad
  85. Burkina Faso: Burkina Faso - the Post Abortive Coup
  86. Africa: African Court Calls for Speedy Human Rights Ratification
  87. Eritrea: Eritreans Arrive in Sweden for EU Relocation Programme
  88. South Sudan: Another Peace Deal Unravels in South Sudan
  89. Ethiopia: ECX Inaugurates E-Trade Platform
  90. South Sudan: Security Council Extends UN Mission, Urges Inclusive Dialogue Towards La
  91. Zimbabwe: Children Killed in Stampede for Grace Mugabe Freebies?
  92. Mozambique: Police Raid Opposition Leader's House
  93. Africa: The 'Nelson Mandela Rules' Aim to Improve Lives of Prisoners
  94. South Africa: SA Weather Service Warns of High Fire Danger
  95. South Africa: Marikana Families Still in Dark Over Settlements - Seri
  96. South Africa: Ransom Was Paid for SA Pirate Hostages
  97. Swaziland: Report Tells UN of Rights Abuses
  98. Zimbabwe To Pay Off Foreign Debt By 2016
  99. Terrorist Leader Killed In Mali
  100. Confronting Anti-Black Racism Among Arabs
  101. The Genealogy Of Alexander Pushkin
  102. Tunisia: Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet
  103. Africa: Climate Change Risks Endemic Conflict, Migration, Says New Defence Think-Tank
  104. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi - Nobel Peace Prize 'Crowns Principle of Consensual Solutions A
  105. Algeria: Muslims Discriminated Against in Labour Market in France
  106. Tunisia: Tunisia World's Top Olive Oil Exporter
  107. Nigeria: Nigerian Govt Denies Reports of Fresh Ebola Outbreak
  108. Nigeria: Ebola Scare Hits Nigeria Again, 10 Quarantined in Calabar
  109. Africa: Falling Pregnant By Touching Boys? Confronting Sex Taboos With Education
  110. Nigeria: 99 Nigerians Confirmed Dead in Hajj Stampede, 214 Missing
  111. Gambia: Youth Groups Trained On Female Circumcision Advocacy Skills
  112. Uganda: Besigye Confirms Candidature With or Without Reforms
  113. Rwanda: Rwandan Constitutional Amendment 'Not the Will of the People'
  114. South Sudan: Stop Fighting, Kerry Tells Machar in Talks
  115. Africa: Govt Arms Itself for Battle With the ICC
  116. Kenya: AU Seeks to Join Ruto Hague Case
  117. South Africa: Broadcasting Chief Case Heads to the Constitutional Court
  118. South Africa: Hearing On Pistorius's Parole Postponed
  119. Zimbabwe: Low Water Levels a Boon for Dino Hunters
  120. South Africa: SABC to Study Motsoeneng Ruling
  121. Namibia: Is Germany Moving Closer to Paying Reparations for Namibian Genoicide?
  122. Somalia: Italy Paying Ransoms in Syria and Somalia
  123. South Africa: 'Cato Manor Hit Squad' Case Postponed
  124. Duo dumps slovakia
  125. Zim hammers out debt clearance deal• Move to unlock further credit lines • Chinamasa,
  126. Stern warning over heatwave
  127. Ivory Coast gears up for key vote
  128. Drone crashes near White House, man faces charges
  129. Rupert Murdoch suggests Obama isn’t ‘real black president’
  130. Dhlakama placed under house arrest
  131. Air-strikes claim 300 IS militants . . . Two commanders among the dead
  132. Court ruling triggers chaos
  133. Bid to shoot workmates backfires
  134. Your Business Is In Danger If You Don’t Donate To The ANC – Zuma
  135. From Zimbabwe To Jamaica: Britain’s Hypocrisy Exposed
  136. Is Africa On The Verge Of A Nuclear Energy Revolution?
  137. Video Shows What Happens When Someone Resists Their Police Harassment With Force
  138. Racist Facebook Users Relentlessly Mocked A 3-Year-Old Child — Then The Internet Stru
  139. Definition Of White Privilege: Nine People Killed, 20 Shot, No Murder Charges, Everyo
  140. Chinese ‘Ivory Queen’ Charged With Smuggling 706 Elephant Tusks
  141. Libya: Ban Calls for Urgent Agreement On Formation of Government of National Accord
  142. Egypt: Court Renews Detention of Students for Wearing Anti-Torture T-Shirts
  143. Egypt: Bomb Explodes in Cairo Wednesday, Two Injured
  144. Egypt: U.S.$1.25 Billion Bond Payment Behind Drop in Foreign Reserves
  145. Egypt: IMF Projections On Egypt Growth Less Optimistic Than Government's
  146. Nigeria: Nigeria Rice Millers Criticise Custom's Decision to Allow Rice Importation
  147. Liberia: What Happened to Liberia's Ebola Orphans?
  148. Nigeria: Vincent Enyeama Retires From Super Eagles
  149. Nigeria: Troops Kill 100 Terrorists, Lose Seven Soldiers in Yobe
  150. Nigeria: Buhari's Govt Begins to Take Shape, but It's Not Over Yet
  151. Africa: World Trade Talks Offer Historic Opportunity for Africa
  152. Mauritius: Mental Health Care Act to Be Reviewed to Identify Gaps
  153. East Africa: Tanzania Arrests Most Wanted Ivory Trafficker
  154. Rwanda: Court Dismisses Presidential Term Limits Case as Baseless
  155. Rwanda: Court Clear Kagame For Third Term
  156. South Africa: Don't Muzzle Public Protector - Supreme Court of Appeal
  157. Malawi: Peers Help Young Woman Counter HIV Stigma
  158. Zimbabwe: U.S., UK Pledge U.S.$43 Million for Food Relief
  159. South Africa: French Economist Makes Waves With 'Tax the Rich' Call
  160. Swaziland: 'Democracy Talks' Did Not Happen
  161. South Africa: Boks Thrash USA, Habana Level With Lomu
  162. Zimbabwe: 22 Poachers Killed, 900 Held in Zimbabwe This Year
  163. South Africa: Call for End to Albino Killings
  164. Nato to defend Turkey
  165. S. Sudan truce violated
  166. Palestine slams international community
  167. Where did ISIS get all those Toyotas?
  168. Ghana suspends 7 High Court judges
  169. Fifa’s axis of evil
  170. Russia backs Syrian army
  171. CAPS launch TV show
  172. Results rile Chigumbura
  173. Survey results, Zanu-PF’s call to action
  174. Danny Glover Calls Cameron ‘Ignorant’ Over Slavery Comment
  175. Rupert Murdoch Just Said WHAT About A Black President???
  176. Most Athletes Go Broke In Retirement. David Robinson Just Launched His SECOND Private
  177. 10 Things They Never Told You About Africa – Must Read
  178. Malema Raises The ‘Indian Question’ At KZN Judiciary Interview
  179. Troops From Cameroon Join The Fight Against Boko Haram
  180. The Chinese “Queen Of Ivory” Arrested In Tanzania
  181. It never rains
  182. Mighty Warriors resume training
  183. Rowers qualify for Rio
  184. Coaching: Where each anniversary is a milestone
  185. Fifa suspend Blatter
  186. Future of warfare in the age of social media
  187. Zim to Jamaica: UK’s hypocrisy exposed
  188. Editorial Comment: Lessons from the national power crisis
  189. Palestine eyes statehood
  190. Ayatollah bans talks with US
  191. Egypt: Egypt Foreign Reserves Drop to U.S.$16.3 Billion in September
  192. Egypt: 77 Niqab-Wearing Faculty Members to Sue Cairo University President
  193. Western Sahara: Ministers Council Denounces Moroccan Ongoing Human Rights Violation o
  194. Tunisia: Habib Essid Accepts Lazhar Akremi's Resignation
  195. Algeria: Bouteflika for Win-Win Partnership Between State, Investors
  196. Africa: High Stakes As Elections Loom
  197. Guinea: Guinea Heads to the Polls Amidst Fears of Post-Election Violence
  198. Nigeria: Guilty of Rape? Go to Jail For 14 Years
  199. Sierra Leone: Baby, Maternal Deaths Soar On Ebola Fear
  200. Nigeria: 15 Airports Get Satellite Navigation
  201. South Sudan: Kiir Latest Move Threatens Peace Deal
  202. Tanzania: Green Beer Cuts Brewery's Costs and Carbon Emissions
  203. Madagascar: Sorry, Your Problems Aren't Hot Enough
  204. Ethiopia: Prime Minister Forms New Administration
  205. Malawi: Govt Licenses New Mobile Service Provider
  206. Zimbabwe: Govt Blocks Nigerian Prophet Who Said Mugabe Would Die
  207. Lesotho: High Court Orders Release of Military Detainees
  208. Zimbabwe: Elephants Poisoned With Cyanide-Laced Food
  209. Zambia: Ordinary Zambians Grapple With Land Grabbing
  210. Zimbabwe: Indigenisation Tax to Start in 2016
  211. South Africa: Why Economic Freedom Is Proving to Be Ruling Party's Undoing
  212. South Africa: Habib Slams Violence and Tactics of Student Activists
  213. Quvenzhane Wallis Inks Four-Book Deal With Simon & Schuster
  214. Rejected At Home Nigerian Student Builds Puzzle Solving Robot In Sri Lanka
  215. By 2018 Zimbabwe’s Economy Will Be Black-Owned And Controlled
  216. Lions Return To Rwanda’s Akagera Wildlife Park
  217. British Troops Will Be ‘Welcomed With Bullets’ In Somalia
  218. World’s First Droneport To Be Built In Africa
  219. Nigerian Army: Over 100 Rebels Killed In Fighting
  220. Morocco: Slow Times in Casablanca
  221. Egypt: Mercurial Market
  222. Libya: Stock Market After Qaddafi
  223. Egypt: OIG Investigation Uncovers Evidence of Fraud and Other Irregularities in an HI
  224. Morocco: Govt's Energy Strategy Attracts Global Attention
  225. Nigeria: Unmaking Nigeria's Boko Haram
  226. Nigeria: UK Court Seizes Cash From Former Oil Minister
  227. Nigeria: Will New Code Clean Up Financial Corruption?
  228. Nigeria: Troops 'Arrest Boko Haram Financier'
  229. Nigeria: Senate Announces Ministerial List
  230. Tanzania: Mobile Phones a Boon for Women in Business, Banking - Researchers
  231. Ethiopia: Hailemariam Re-Elected As Prime Minister
  232. Burundi: Burundian Lives Matter, Too
  233. Somalia: The Return of the Pirates?
  234. Seychelles: Electoral Commission to Announce Presidential Election Date on Thursday
  235. South Africa: Public Protector Can Join Opposition Party's Nkandla Case - Court
  236. South Africa: Decline in Number of Black CEOs - Report
  237. South Africa: Cape Town Rated One of the Best Cities in Fighting Climate Change
  238. South Africa: Pistorius's Parole Set Aside
  239. South Africa: SA Asks for More Time On President Al-Bashir Matter
  240. Africa: How and Why Term Limits Matter
  241. Africa: Corruption and Robbery
  242. South Africa: Clash of the Titans
  243. CTC investigates Innscor again
  244. Harare International Carnival hots up…Brazilians in for Samba Night l Koffi to headli
  245. New housing scheme on cards
  246. Bindura Arts Festival moves to Chipadze High
  247. EU, UNDP to provide $6m for agric revival
  248. Pilot dies during American flight
  249. ‘I’m not in this race’
  250. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Capitalise on Cuthbert Dube’s departure