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  1. Zambia: Power-Cut Blues in Zambia
  2. Zimbabwe: Nation Faces Civil War If Mugabe 'Doesn't Wake Up' - Biti
  3. Africa: South Africa Should Override Patent On Key HIV Medicine After Widespread Stoc
  4. South Africa: Were the Wits University Students Betrayed?
  5. South Africa: Xenophobic Violence and Looting in Grahamstown
  6. South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Students Required to Buy Laptops
  7. Chaos at Bindura!
  8. Action needed on Auditor-General’s reports
  9. ‘I’m not buying favours’
  10. BAZ commends Govt’s arrears clearance strategy
  11. Mphoko wants thorough probe into Zanele’s death
  12. Call to boost South-South ties
  13. Testimonial for Rooney
  14. Rain-making for Lake Kariba
  15. IS THIS THE TITLE DECIDER?…Chicken Inn cry foul
  16. Vineyard segments target market
  17. Cop Making False Arrest Is Forced To Let His Victim Go After Noticing A Citizen Filmi
  18. President Zuma’s Bodyguard Killed In An Apparent Hit
  19. VIDEO: Thug Cop Violently Attacks Peaceful High School Girl As She Sits At Her Desk
  20. Cops Continue Public Attacks: Say Black Protesters Are ‘Garbage’ And ‘Sub-Human’
  21. Egypt: Alexandria Governor Resigns Amid Flooding Crisis
  22. Libya: Gaddafi's Son Speaks From Jail
  23. Algeria: Algeria-France - President Hollande Receives Lamamra, Bouchouareb
  24. Algeria: Sharp Drop in Car Imports Over First Nine Months of 2015
  25. Algeria: Head of Tunisian Government - My Visit to Algeria, Opportunity to Strengthen
  26. Nigeria: Lagos to Deploy Drones to Combat Crime
  27. Cote d'Ivoire: Turnout Decisive in Ivory Coast Vote
  28. Nigeria: South African Firm Ships Billions Abroad to Dodge Nigerian Taxes
  29. Nigeria: Army Warns of Boko Haram Plot to Poison Water Sources
  30. Nigeria: Country to Challenge UK On Plans to Deport 29,000 Nigerians
  31. Kenya: Jubilee Parties to Merge in December
  32. Ethiopia: Hunger Looms Over Ethiopia As El Nino Drives Drought
  33. Kenya: Thousands Stranded as Mombasa Ferries Break Down
  34. Uganda: Regional Gorilla Census Starts
  35. East Africa: Milestone Reached On Ethio-Djibouti Railway
  36. South Africa: Why It's Getting Harder to Access Free, Quality Academic Research
  37. Africa: Acsa, Munich Airport Deal a First for Africa
  38. South Africa: Cops Need Bribes to Do Their Job, Senzo Meyiwa's Father Says
  39. South Africa: Ajax Cape Town's Lolo Dies in Car Crash
  40. South Africa: Academics Must Still 'Publish or Perish'
  41. Africa: Despite Threats, Africa Is Looking to Nuclear With Russia and China's Help
  42. South Africa: Universal Health Coverage Means More Than Access and Affordability - Qu
  43. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Good times roll in local football
  44. ‘Mudhara Danger’ dies
  45. Chiyangwa makes move
  46. Chipanga launches album in style
  47. ‘AfDB to electrify Africa in 10 years’
  48. Perm sec wants to be taken off remand
  49. Axed NSSA bosses challenge expulsion
  50. Extra Large joins Dream Star train
  51. No going back on Unki smelter: Amplats
  52. Bleaching: Fanta face, coke legs conundrum
  53. Africa: How Africa Can Fix the International Criminal Court
  54. Tunisia: Suspicious Deaths in Custody
  55. Libya: Holders Libya Crash Out
  56. Egypt: Sisi Says State Pays Attention to Fishing Farming Projects
  57. Egypt: Sisi to Embark On Tour of UAE, India, Bahrain
  58. Nigeria: Challenges Abound but People Want Results - Fashola (IGC Awardee)
  59. Cote d'Ivoire: Polls Open in First Elections Since War
  60. Nigeria: Former President Survives Accident
  61. Cote d'Ivoire: President Poised to Cement Power in Vote
  62. Tanzania: Tanzanians Vote in Tightest Race in Country's History
  63. Uganda: Govt Plans to Issue Titles for All Customary Land
  64. Tanzania: Opposition Gears for Tough Polls
  65. Tanzania: Tanzanians Go to the Polls
  66. South Africa: Govt Unsure How to Pay for 0 Percent Fees Increase – Report
  67. Mozambique: Mozambican Refugees May Lose Shelter in Malawi
  68. Zimbabwe: Govt Mulls Emergency Power Imports
  69. South Africa: Police Confirm That Seven Students Arrested
  70. South Africa: Huge Relief As SA Relaxes Visa Rules
  71. South Africa/Nigeria: Basetsana Go Down to Nigeria U20 in WC Qualifiers
  72. South Africa: Brave South Africa Win but Eliminated From Chan
  73. Govt introduces fixed toll fee
  74. Zanele was special: Granny
  75. Tsvangirai witnesses party violence
  76. Zim, China in high-level talks
  77. Kasukuwere warns schemers
  78. Electricity tariff increase looms
  79. ‘Build Zimbabwe’ targets 1m houses
  80. ZPC, Intratrek sign $200m deal
  81. EDITORIAL COMMENT: We can do more to save domestic power
  82. Macheso lost winning team
  83. Egypt: Egypt's Bourse Indicators Hike During Last Week
  84. Egypt: Brotherhood Businessman 'Plotted to Smuggle Foreign Currency' - Minister
  85. Egypt: Officer Killed, 3 Recruits Wounded in Sinai Blast
  86. Nigeria: Another Bomb Attack Rocks Maiduguri
  87. Cote d'Ivoire: UN Chief Urges Peaceful, Transparent Polls
  88. Nigeria: Adesina - Buhari Not Shy Around Women
  89. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Kills 27 Worshippers, Injures 96 in Adamawa
  90. Cote d'Ivoire: Ivory Coast's Comeback
  91. Tanzania: Tough Choice for Tanzanians in Hotly Contested Election
  92. Kenya: Save Cricket From Doom
  93. Uganda: Indecent Exposure of Ugandan Activist Blows Lid On Police Brutality
  94. Tanzania: Tanzanians Poised for Tense Sunday Poll
  95. Tanzania/Malawi: Malawi, Tanzania Women Football Friendly Moved to Dar es Salaam
  96. South Africa: Govt Relaxes Immigration Regulations
  97. South Africa: All Blacks Edge Boks in World Cup Thriller
  98. South Africa: Govt Halts University Fee Hikes After Mass Protests
  99. South Africa: Govt Bows to Student Pressure
  100. South Africa/Angola: Victory Not Enough for Bafana
  101. Malawi: Eminent Catholic Priest Edward Masauko Dies
  102. Zimbabwe: Journos Who Call Grace 'Controversial' Could Lose Press Card
  103. South Africa: Springboks Going All-Out for Final - Du Preez
  104. An African American From Compton Is A Rising Star On The Mexican Music Scene
  105. The 40 Highest-Paying Jobs You Can Get Without A Bachelor’s Degree
  106. Ghana To Change English As Medium Of Instruction
  107. Libya: UN Urges Libyan Parties to Talk Peace Despite Last-Minute Glitches
  108. Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Businessman Hassan Malek Arrested At His Home
  109. Libya: Clinton At Benghazi Hearing 'To Honour Those We Lost'
  110. Libya: Abubakar Gassama in Prison in Misrata Libya Father Calls for His Release
  111. Morocco/Rwanda: Duo Head to Morocco for Specialised Treatment
  112. Nigeria: 18 Killed in Attack On Maiduguri Mosque
  113. Cote d'Ivoire: Heading to 'Watershed' Presidential Polls
  114. Liberia: It's Time to Put Local Communities in Charge of Forests
  115. Mali: Leader of Troubled Mali Seeking Renewed International Support
  116. Cote d'Ivoire: Presidential Election - What's At Stake for Stability?
  117. East Africa: Lessons in Refugee Hospitality From the Horn of Africa
  118. Africa: Paris Police Clear 1,300 Migrants From Abandoned School
  119. Kenya: New York Now Has Lupita Nyong'o Day
  120. Kenya: Officials Say Pope Looking Forward to Nairobi Mass
  121. Ethiopia: Latest MDG Progress Report Released
  122. South Africa: Education Minister Nzimande Withheld Report On Free Varsity Education
  123. South Africa: Issue of Free Education Will Be Followed Up On - President
  124. South Africa: Will Zuma Still Address the Union Buildings Protesters?
  125. South Africa: Economic Realities Versus the 'FeesMustFall' Movement
  126. South Africa: How to Structure a System That Benefits Poor Students
  127. South Africa: Students Recover From Injuries After Police Action - Protest Leaders
  128. South Africa: Illegal Hunter Mauled to Death By Lions
  129. South Africa: Why Nuclear Plan Is Everyone's Business
  130. No compensation for razed houses
  131. ‘Return PSMAS $100k, resign’
  132. President caps 1 883 GZU graduates
  133. India remains Africa’s all-weather friend
  134. ‘VP Mnangagwa did not snub Zanele’s burial’
  135. Mushohwe implores media to report responsibly
  136. Prof Moyo’s daughter buried
  137. Cabinet sits on Monday
  138. China: Creating facts on British ground
  139. ‘I’m the game changer’
  140. A Simple Act Such As Wearing A Hoodie Landed This Man In In Jail
  141. Haptom Zarhum Lynching: They Killed Him Because He Was Black
  142. 10 Amazing Facts About Tanzania
  143. Sexual Beast Jared Fogle Gets Away With Minimum Payout To Victims And Slap On Wrist –
  144. Outrage As Israel Refuses To Arrest Jews Who Lynched African Refugee
  145. Egypt: Egyptian Women Make Gains in Parliamentary Ballot Box
  146. Algeria: French, Malian Presidents Pay Glowing Homage to Algeria
  147. Morocco: U.S. Companies See Opportunities in Morocco's Agricultural Sector
  148. Libya: Hardliners Will Not 'Hijack' Libyan Political Process - UN Envoy
  149. Uganda: Algeria, Uganda for 'Fair,' 'Lasting' Settlement of Western Sahara's Conflict
  150. Mauritania: Women, Children, Refugees Bear Brunt of Food Crisis
  151. Cameroon: Harvesting Floodwater Brings Better Health
  152. Nigeria: Forced Evictions Leave Slum Dwellers Homeless
  153. Nigeria: Men Accused of Writing Exams for Girlfriends
  154. Mali: Hollande Promises Millions in Aid for Mali
  155. South Sudan: UN Calls for Access to Conflict-Affected Areas to Prevent 'Catastrophe'
  156. Kenya: Millions Raised to Help Somali Refugees Return Home
  157. Kenya: Kenyatta Gives Kenyans Permission to Annoy ICC Judges With Prayers
  158. Africa: Africa's Senior Citizens Cornered By Poverty
  159. Ethiopia: New Cabinet, New Plan, New Direction?
  160. Southern Africa: Universal Health Care a Tall Order Given Poor Region's Finances
  161. Africa: 3D-Inspired Hi-Tech Buoy Takes Marine Monitoring to New Levels
  162. South Africa: How Higher Education Leaders Missed a Golden Opportunity
  163. South Africa: #FortHareCrisis Deepens Over Fee Increases
  164. South Africa: President Zuma Agrees to Meet Protesting Students
  165. Africa: Free Education Is a Worthy Goal, but South Africa Isn't Ready for It Yet
  166. South Africa: 80 Arrested for Attacks On Foreign-Owned Businesses in Grahamstown
  167. Hundreds mourn Zanele
  168. Cabinet consoles Moyo family
  169. Don’t push Govt to act
  170. ‘Desist from hate speech’
  171. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Alternative to death sentence way to go
  172. I haven’t decided yet, says Jere
  173. Busy Signal jets in today
  174. Undenge’s maintenance appeal hits snag
  175. Tshinga Dube backs Gwarada
  176. Kariba water levels keep falling
  177. A Deeper Look Into The Life Of Mansa Musa – The Richest Human Being Who Ever Lived
  178. Corey Jones Was A Church Drummer Stranded On The Side Of The Road…Until A Cop Killed
  179. Malcolm X Suggests Cure To Racism In Newly-Discovered Handwritten Letter?
  180. Egypt: New Central Bank Governor Appointed
  181. Uganda: Museveni in Trade, Security Talk With Algeria's Bouteflika
  182. Western Sahara: Moroccan Authorities Arrest Two Former Saharawi Political Prisoners
  183. Western Sahara: A Saharawi Political Prisoner Began a Hunger Strike
  184. Western Sahara: Health Ministry Warns of Flood Effects On Health
  185. Africa: Don't Forget the Islands - Extending Africa's Boundaries of Knowledge
  186. Sierra Leone: Deaths Spread Fear of Ebola Relapses
  187. Nigeria: Oyo-Ita Is Nigeria's New Head of Service
  188. Nigeria: 3-Storey Building Collapses in Lagos
  189. Nigeria: 75% of Girls Get Married Before 18 - Action Aid
  190. Kenya: Microsoft Introduces Swahili Language Translator
  191. Kenya: Mashujaa Day... If Victorious Rebels Had Won the Kenyan Shooting War
  192. Kenya: Treasury Urges Speed on New Law for Taxes
  193. Mozambique: Former Rebels Urged to Disarm
  194. South Africa: Students Breach Parliament During Fee Demo
  195. South Africa: The Day the Students Stormed Parliament
  196. South Africa: Parliament 'Not Prepared for Protesting Students'
  197. South Africa: Funds Secured for Landmark SA Solar Facility
  198. South Africa: Only Pressure On Elites Can Ease University Fee Stress
  199. Namibia: San Set to Make Legal History With Etosha Land Claim
  200. South Africa: Hamas Leader Gets Huge Welcome in Cape Town
  201. EDITORIAL COMMENT: NSSA shake-up will open more avenues
  202. House deal backfires . . . as man loses $90 000 to fraudsters
  203. GetBucks set for $3,7m IPO
  204. Assad in surprise visit to Moscow
  205. Sino-Zim mega deals pick pace
  206. Death row prisoners seek to duck hangman’s noose
  207. PSMAS funnels $100k to minister. . . money unprocedurally sent to Parirenyatwa’s comp
  208. Angry students besiege SA parly
  209. Pasuwa’s riot act
  210. NSSA turns screws on investee firms
  211. South Africa On The Brink: Police Clash With Students In Largest Protests Since Apart
  212. The $5bn Project That Could Turn Ethiopia Into Africa’s Water Powerhouse
  213. Libya: From Africa’s Wealthiest Democracy To US-NATO Sponsored Terrorist Haven
  214. 5 High-Paying Careers That Don’t Require A 4-Year College Degree
  215. Alabama Judge Orders Hundreds To Give Blood Or Go To Jail
  216. Sudan Sends Troops To Yemen
  217. Can Africa’s Richest Man Save Zimbabwe’s Economy?
  218. Nigeria: Military Issues Third "Final" Warming to Boko Haram
  219. Eritrea: A Refugee's Gruelling Odyssey - From Eritrea to Germany
  220. Egypt: Morgan Freeman in Cairo to Film New Documentary
  221. Egypt: Govt, Media Scurry to Reverse Low Voter Turnout
  222. Egypt: More Voters Compared to First Day of Egypt Elections - NCHR
  223. Algeria: 1st International Mining Industry Show Opens in Algiers
  224. Nigeria: Ministerial List - Abuja Natives Stage Protest Over Non-Inclusion
  225. Nigeria: The Source Magazine Apologizes to Premium Times
  226. Nigeria: Buhari Sacks Head of Service, Kifasi
  227. Nigeria: Women Protest Radio Director's Arrest, Demand His Release
  228. Ghana: Ghana Resolves Dispute With Nigeria Over Unpaid Gas Bill
  229. Tanzania: Tanzanian Election May Hinge On Youth Vote
  230. Kenya: New Plan Needed to Make Contraceptives Accessible Again
  231. Kenya: Crash of Kalonzo's Plane Under Probe
  232. Africa: India - Do Not Welcome Bashir
  233. South Africa: Senators Tackle South Africa Over Chicken Import Restrictions
  234. South Africa: Students Reject 6 Percent Cap On Fee Increase
  235. South Africa: How an SMS Service Keeps Pregnant Women in Check
  236. South Africa: Fee Protests Point to a Much Deeper Problem at Universities
  237. South Africa: Boks Have to Be 'Better Than Best'
  238. South Africa: Nene Will Focus On Debt As Inflation Levels Out
  239. South Africa: 'We Can't Compromise With This Fee Increase'
  240. Africa: Attacks On Foreigners in South Africa Expose Refugee Women to New Dangers
  241. Busy Signal to celebrate carnival success
  242. Govt rolls out 100 000t food relief
  243. Drug mule dies with £41 000 cocaine in his stomach
  244. Nine arrested as SA’s varsity protests spread
  245. Old Mutual fraud: Garudzo’s wife jailed
  246. Litmus test for trade unionism…Constitutionality of NECs under spotlight
  247. ‘Regulate mobile banking’
  248. Warriors boycott training
  249. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Gaddafi: World dare not forget
  250. Fidelity eyes profit in Langford Estate