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  1. Heavy rains to persist
  2. Sell unproductive livestock, farmers told
  3. Murder cases surge. . . 17 cases recorded in 10 days
  4. Art of psyching up, out
  5. North Africa: 'Arab Spring' Five-Year Anniversary - Region Remains Mired in Repressio
  6. Egypt: King Tut's Golden Mask Restored, Back On Display in the Egyptian Museum
  7. Tunisia: 3-Year Sentence for Homosexuality
  8. Egypt: Sudanese Minister Says Six-Way Talks Were Positive
  9. Algeria: Algeria-Iran - Sellal Calls for Robust Economic Partnership
  10. Nigeria: Court Grants Biafra's Founder Unconditional Release
  11. Niger: Govt Foils a Military Coup Attempt
  12. Nigeria: Arms Probe - PDP Governors Slam Ex-Presidential Aide Over Comment On Jonatha
  13. Nigeria: Four Female Suicide Bombers Attack Checkpoint in Maiduguri
  14. Nigeria: Rivers Governor Poll - Appeal Court Upholds Wike's Sack
  15. Kenya: Cholera Strikes 500 in Refugee Camp Amid Heavy Rains
  16. Africa: MTN-Qhubeka Sign Eritrean, Spanish Cycling Stars
  17. Uganda: Blindness Plagues North
  18. South Sudan: UN Peacekeepers - Protecting Some of the People Some of the Time
  19. Burundi: Burundi On Brink of Civil War, Says UN
  20. South Africa: Govt Report Accuses Union of Selling Teaching Posts
  21. South Africa: Zuma Appoints Eight Women As Judges
  22. Zimbabwe: Faith Healing Claims Can Damage Your Health
  23. Malawi: UNICEF Embarks On Screening for Malnutrition Across Malawi
  24. South Africa: Sundowns Down Amakhosi to Lift Telkom Cup
  25. South Africa: Vodacom Rejects Attempt to Attach DRC Assets
  26. Zimbabwe: Media Under Siege Again
  27. Zimbabwe to become region’s economic hub
  28. 3 booted out
  29. President appoints 2 perm secs
  30. Corrupt councillors must rot in jail: VP
  31. Tongaat strike continues, sugar crisis looms
  32. Special ones sacked
  33. Jah Prayzah angers Zhakata at show
  34. GetBucks targets 1 million clients
  35. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Vibrant car industry will cut import bill
  36. Markets welcome US Fed’s move on interest rates
  37. 20 Things To Do In Africa Before You Die, Number 12 And 19 Are Unforgettable
  38. Orphan Teen Assaulted In Class By White Thug Cop Still Facing Charges
  39. Torture Site Run By Chicago Police Exposed At Hearing
  40. For Wary Baltimore, ‘Justice For Freddie Gray’ Is Bigger Than One Trial
  41. The Amazing Story Of Tanzania’s New President John Magufuli
  42. Nigeria: Over 1,000 Refugees of Boko Haram Attacks Return to Nigeria
  43. Tunisia: Twenty One Individuals Arrested On Suspicion of Belonging to Terrorist Organ
  44. Algeria: Iranian First Vice-President Begins Working Visit to Algeria
  45. Egypt: Egypt Delays Trial of Irishman On Hunger Strike
  46. Egypt: Saudi Arabia to Support Egyptian Petroleum Needs for FiveYears
  47. Egypt: No Evidence Yet of Terrorism in Air Disaster
  48. Nigeria: Court 'Frees' Biafran Leader
  49. Nigeria: Shi'ite Members Killed in Protest Over Army Crackdown
  50. Nigeria: Buhari to Present 2016 Budget Before Joint National Assembly Session
  51. Nigeria: Deputy Senate President Ekweremadu to Get 10 New Exotic Vehicles Despite Cas
  52. Nigeria: Lieutenant Colonel Killed in Boko Haram Ambush
  53. Africa: Developing Countries Call for Doha-Round Trade Deal
  54. Rwanda: Rwandans to Vote in Controversial Referendum
  55. Seychelles: Presidential Election - Second-Round Vote Begins
  56. Africa: On the Wild Side - Seven Lesser-Known and 'Green' Spaces
  57. Kenya: Jubilee Party to Launch Soon
  58. Angola: Court Orders House Arrest for Alleged Coup Plotters
  59. South Africa: Zuma Must Go - Mpho Tutu
  60. South Africa: Where Have All Our Role Models Gone?
  61. Zambia: Can Opposition Unseat President Lungu in 2016 Elections?
  62. South Africa: Billions Proposed for Student Finance Shortfall
  63. Zimbabwe: Weak Agriculture Finance Feeds Malnutrition
  64. Africa: Angola Overtakes Nigeria in Crude Oil Production
  65. South Africa: Cape Town Teacher On Global Award Shortlist
  66. ‘Migratory pests threaten food security’
  67. Chicken Inn ceiling collapses
  68. Zanu-PF delegate dies in car crash
  69. Local authorities challenged ‘to advocate people’s needs’
  70. $5bn tourism growth achievable — Mzembi
  71. DeMbare seek Cup redemption
  72. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Govt must curb illicit revenue outflow
  73. Zim car imports cost $4 billion
  74. Sulu honours liberation war heroes
  75. Tight competition at Nama 2015
  76. 13 Things You Didn’t Know About Nigerian Billionaire Prince Arthur Eze
  77. South Africans March Against President Jacob Zuma
  78. Crybaby Serial Rapist Cop Put On Suicide Watch After Courtroom Meltdown
  79. At This Nigerian School, All They Do Is Build Robots
  80. At America’s Largest Women’s Prison, Inmates Forced To Have Sex For Basic Necessities
  81. Baltimore Cops Preparing To Crack Down On Protests As Jury Is Deadlocked In Freddie G
  82. WATCH: Trump Supporters Attack Black Protesters: ‘Light That Motherf*cker On Fire!’
  83. Egypt: Defence Team Withdraws From Mass Trial in Objection to Continued Preventive De
  84. Tunisia: Ten Arrested Over Suspicion of Belonging to Terrorist Group
  85. Egypt: Saudi Arabia Launches 34-Member Alliance to Fight Terrorism
  86. North Africa: New Poll Highlights Need for Reform in the Middle East
  87. Algeria: President Bouteflika Congratulates Hollande for Success of Cop21
  88. Mali: Peace From Below?
  89. Nigeria: Court Jails Nine Foreigners 20-Yrs for Oil Theft
  90. Nigeria: Zaria - Shiites Ground Kaduna, Protest Release of Leader, El-Zakzaky
  91. Nigeria: Buhari Denies Receiving U.S.$300,000 Compensation From Jonathan for Boko Har
  92. Nigeria: Army Chief Buratai - How I Escaped Shi'ite Members' Attack
  93. Rwanda: A Grave On the Road to Justice in Rwanda
  94. Kenya: In Africa's Largest Slum, These Girls Saved to Solve a Problem
  95. South Sudan: Commanders Use Child Soldiers As 'Cannon Fodder' - HRW
  96. Tanzania: First Albino Deputy Minister Appointed
  97. Tanzania: Magufuli 'Bans' Meat, Lunches During Meetings
  98. South Africa: Ten Life Sentences for Serial Rapist
  99. South Africa: Opposition Party Slams Nuclear Procurement
  100. Zimbabwe: Legislator Arrested for Insulting Grace Mugabe
  101. South Africa: Team to Tackle Fishing Industry 'Fronting'
  102. Africa: Guide to Some of Continent's Best, and Cleanest Beaches
  103. South Africa: Zuma's About-Turn Shows Power of Media, and Markets
  104. South Africa: We Never Discussed Recalling Zuma - ANC
  105. South Africa: Zuma Consulted Us On Nene's Brics Nomination - ANC
  106. Zim inflation rate gains . . . but deflationary pressures persist
  107. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Kidney transplants; great leap forward
  108. Mighty, Mighty Warriors
  109. Macheso show promoters in trouble
  110. If West can embrace East, why can’t Zim?
  111. AfDB injects $145m in water, power projects
  112. Ndlovu for Hall of Fame
  113. Door closing on Mushure
  114. Litigation backlog worries Zanu-PF
  115. Residential stands for Orchestra Mberikwazvo band
  116. Meet Eritrean Haben Girma, Harvard Law’s First Deaf-Blind Graduate
  117. Niger Takes The Fight To Boko Haram
  118. Ignorant Zulu King Praises Apartheid Says Blacks Destroyed The Gains Of The Past
  119. GUILTY: Serial Rapist Daniel Holtzclaw Who Targeted Black Women Faces 200 Years In Ja
  120. Judge Olu Stevens Removed For Trying To Get Fair Trial For Black Defendants
  121. Byron Allen Is The Most Successful Black Person In Hollywood… And You’ve Probably Nev
  122. Why Supreme Court Justice Scalia Is Wrong About Affirmative Action
  123. Bill Cosby Fights Back Suing Seven Of His Accusers For Defamation
  124. Egypt: Preliminary Report By Egypt-Led Probe Into Russian Plane Crash Yet to Find Evi
  125. Egypt: Irishman On Hunger Strike Turns 20 in Egyptian Prison
  126. Libya: Rome Conference - Participants Strongly Committed to Libya's Unity, Territoria
  127. Tunisia: Police Officer Found Murdered At His Home
  128. Egypt: Egypt's Stock Market Plunges in Week's Opening Session, Affected By Oil
  129. Nigeria: U.S.$17.8 Billion Illegally Taken Out of Nigeria in Nine Years - Report
  130. Nigeria: Nnamdi Kanu Sponsoring Terrorism Against Nigeria - State Security Service
  131. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 15 in Jos Community, Residents Say
  132. Africa: Brain Imaging Tool Seeks Signs of Infant Malnutrition
  133. Chad: Hissène Habré Trial - Witness Hearings Ending
  134. Kenya: Push for Fair Deals in WTO Conference Gives Local Farmers Hope
  135. Africa: New Subsea Cable to Take Internet Connection to Landlocked Countries
  136. Africa: Tanzanian Scientists Discover Dangerous Bacteria
  137. Africa: Two Years On, Flawed Peace Deal Leads to Continued Suffering
  138. South Sudan: China's Role in Nation a Learning Curve
  139. Africa: How to Avoid Festive Season Phishing Scams
  140. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Will Rule Until He's 100 - Wife
  141. South Africa: Hitchhiking Grandma Walks Tall to Receive Her Degree
  142. Zimbabwe: Vodka, Sadza and Shona - Mugabe Charms the Crowds
  143. South Africa: KZN Cops Seize 44 Firearms, Arrest 45
  144. South Africa: I Will Keep Doing My Job - Motsoeneng
  145. South Africa: Want to Help Victims of Gender-Based Violence? Give These Organisations
  146. Kenya: 80 South Africans Feared to Have Joined Isis in Syria
  147. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim-Asset should be the watchword
  148. Zifa passionate plea
  149. Rise in cash transactions…as Zimbabweans shun banking sector
  150. Morgan Heritage test for Winky D
  151. Mutasa, Musona cleared
  152. ZESA seeks tariff increase
  153. Ibumba Festival roars to life
  154. Zimra ushers in new tax devices
  155. Mutsvangwa on the ropes • Gross misconduct, treachery cited • Mash West recommends ex
  156. Major boost for Zim club rugby
  157. Time For African Countries To Take A Stand On Skin Bleaching Creams
  158. China Seeking To Build Navy Base In Namibia
  159. Ghana’s First Locally Manufactured Car
  160. Mexican Census Counts Afro-Mexican Population For The First Time
  161. Video Shows LAPD Murdering A Man As He Walked And Crawled Away
  162. The Voting Wrong Acts – The Gantt Report
  163. Nigeria: 20 Feared Killed As Nigerian Troops Arrest Shiite Leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky
  164. Nigeria: Army, Shiites in War of Words After Deadly Zaria Attack That Killed Many
  165. Nigeria: Dasukigate - Guardian Newspapers Lied, It Was Part of NPAN Decision to Colle
  166. Nigeria: Anti-Corruption - Buhari Will Step On Big Toes, Will Offend Many - Aide
  167. Kenya: Security Intensified as WTO Kicks Off in Nairobi
  168. Kenya: 3,000 Families to Be Allocated Land
  169. Nigeria: Nigerian Xenophobic Victim in South Africa Cries Out for Help
  170. People First a myth, says President
  171. Illicit financial flows cost Zim $500m
  172. Council bigwigs granted bail
  173. Bosso end drought
  174. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Essential to be merry, observe the law
  175. Economy, people dominate indaba
  176. Hre City happy with Confed draw
  177. Star FM rules the roost
  178. Analysts set target price on GetBucks
  179. Well done Dr Oliver Mtukudzi
  180. Libya: High Hopes for Talks in Rome
  181. Libya: Fragmentation Casts Doubt Over Unity Deal
  182. Algeria/Nigeria: Nigeria Beats Algeria 2-1, Wins U-23 Afcon Title
  183. Algeria/Nigeria: Africa U-23 Championship - Nigeria Beat Algeria to Emerge Champions
  184. Nigeria: Army Chief Escapes Assassination Bid
  185. Gambia: President Declares Country an Islamic Republic
  186. Nigeria: Top Politician Abducted, Murdered in Plateau
  187. Nigeria: U.S. Denies Issuing Security Alert to Americans in Abuja
  188. Africa: Trade Talks in Nairobi Can Deliver a Transformed World
  189. Burundi: Death Toll Rises in Burundi Attacks
  190. Burundi: U.S. Orders 'Non-Emergency' Personnel to Leave
  191. Kenya: Kenya Reach Cape Town 7s Quarters
  192. Kenya: Kenya Roast Boks in Cape Main Cup Run
  193. South Africa: Zuma Backtracks, Recalls Trusted Finance Minister
  194. South Africa: Rand Cheers Return of Pravin Gordhan
  195. Botswana: Govt, U.S Partner in HIV/Aids Battle
  196. South Africa: No Change to Government's Fiscal Stance - Zuma
  197. Zimbabwe: Missing Activist Wins Rights Defender Award
  198. South Africa: We Are a 'Banana Republic,' Says EFF
  199. South Africa: Gordhan's Re-Appointment Will Not Fix Damage Caused By Zuma - Lekota
  200. South Africa: Gordhan Must Stand Up to Zuma, Says Maimane
  201. Algeria/Nigeria: Nigeria Beat Algeria to Emerge Champions
  202. South Africa/Senegal: Reactions - Senegal 0-0 (1-3 Pen) South Africa
  203. Libya: Rivals Agree to Sign Unity Government Deal
  204. Angola: Africa - 1º De Agosto Beat Morocco's Far
  205. Egypt: SIS - Interior Ministry Pays Attention to Price Hike Report
  206. Egypt: Sisi Opens Historical Palace of State Council After Renovation
  207. Egypt: 32 Egyptian Companies Participate in International Food Exhibition
  208. Cameroon: Several Killed in Suicide Attack in Northern Cameroon
  209. Nigeria: Lack of Service Stalls Synagogue Tragedy Trial
  210. Nigeria: Dalung for South-South 3×3 Basketball Final Today
  211. Nigeria: Super Eagles, One Step, Too Many
  212. Nigeria: Shell, Akon Unveil Africa's First Solar Powered Football Pitch
  213. Burundi: Coordinated Attacks Hit Capital
  214. Ethiopia: Many Injured in Grenade Attack On Mosque
  215. Kenya: Whistleblowers to Get 15 Percent of Recovered Cash
  216. Kenya: Cord Leaders Dared Government to Arrest Odinga Over Eurobond Dossier
  217. Kenya: Uhuru Kenyatta Says Sh200 Million Anglo Leasing Cash Frozen in Swiss Banks
  218. Zimbabwe: Illegal Structures: No City Can Tolerate Impunity
  219. South Africa: Body of Missing Teen Found At Strand
  220. Zimbabwe: Galloway Lands New Five-Year Deal At Everton
  221. South Africa: Zuma's Axing of Nene the 'Final Straw' - Hogan
  222. Zimbabwe: Gamecocks On Threshold
  223. Zimbabwe: Mat North Revels in Hosting Conference
  224. Mozambique: Nyusi Makes Surprise Visit to Supermarket
  225. Mozambique: Nyusi Closes Officers' Training Course
  226. LIVE BLOG: ZANU-PF 15th NATIONAL PEOPLE’S CONFERENCE-DAY 3
  227. Algeria: Consumer Credit to Be Relaunched in Early 2016
  228. Algeria: 7th Festival of Contemporary Art Opens in Algiers
  229. Tunisia: State Sees New Crowning of Democracy, While Human Rights Deteriorate
  230. Egypt: Photojournalist Facing Life Imprisonment On Trumped Up Charges - Trial to Begi
  231. Egypt: CPJ Calls On Egypt's Prosecutor General to Support Request to Free Shawkan
  232. Nigeria: Troops Rescue 210 Hostages, Kill Terrorists in Borno
  233. Liberia: 100 Ebola Contacts Vaccinated - Liberia Begins Countdown
  234. Nigeria: Nigerian Designer Decorates the White House for Christmas
  235. Nigeria: The Life and Death of Aliyu Mohammed Hassan
  236. West Africa: Best of 2015 - Analysis On Ebola, Conflict and Refugees
  237. South Sudan: 'Kiir, Machar Would End Up in Jail Soon', Angry US Senator Says
  238. Burundi: Army Posts Stormed in Deadly Attacks
  239. Rwanda: Leading Rwandan Fugitive Arrested On Genocide Charges in DR Congo
  240. Uganda: Mbabazi Warns Ruto Off Ugandan Affairs
  241. Kenya: Arrests Follow Mass Grave Claims in Kenya
  242. South Africa: Zuma Commits to 'Fiscal Prudence'
  243. Zimbabwe: Mugabe - Rivalries Threaten to Split Ruling Party
  244. South Africa: Battered Rand Tests R16/$ in Nervous Trade
  245. South Africa: Van Rooyen Warned Not to Squeeze Taxpayers
  246. Zimbabwe: First Free 24-Hour Clinic for Survivors of Sexual Violence
  247. South Africa: Market Uncertainty Greets New Finance Minister
  248. South Africa: Community 'Burns Nine Thugs to Death'
  249. Africa: Why Zuma's Actions Point to Shambolic Management of South Africa's Economy
  250. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Illegal structures: No city can tolerate impunity