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  1. Uganda: Judge Says Provide Bribe Evidence Against Judicial Officers
  2. Nigeria: How Police Torture Detainees, Rob Them - Amnesty International
  3. Nigeria: Soldiers, State Security Service Brutalise Journalists
  4. Nigeria: Nigeria's Roads of Death - 15 People Killed Daily
  5. Nigeria: Buhari Seeks
  6. Nigeria: Drug Suspects Nabbed in Nigeria After Evading Detection in Brazil, Morocco
  7. Meet The Nigerian Doctor Who “Makes Drones For The U.S. Army”!
  8. Milwaukee Man’s Death At Jail Run By Black White Supremacist David Clarke Ruled A Hom
  9. Charges Dropped Against Thug Cops Who Murdered Korryn Gaines
  10. Botswana Deports American Pastor Over “Anti-Gay” Remark – Says Nothing About The War
  11. A Letter Of Appreciation To All Who Decided To Open Accounts At Black-Owned Banks
  12. Black Men Are Justified In Running From Killer Cops Rules State Supreme Court
  13. The Dumbest Cop In America, Demetrick Pennie Is Suing Black Lives Matter
  14. VP Mphoko meets S. African investors
  15. Dairy revitalisation programme to improve milk production
  16. AKA flies in tomorrow for Shoko Festival
  17. Mujuru politicking in bond notes challenge: Govt
  18. President throws down the gauntlet
  19. Mutsvangwa acquitted
  20. DeMbare rebound
  21. Happy birthday Samanyanga
  22. Time to unite against superbugs: President
  23. SI 64 spurs demand for local products
  24. South Africa: Vodacom Roasted Over Data Costs
  25. South Africa: SA Ranks Among Top 20 Countries to Visit
  26. Zimbabwe: White Farmer Jailed After Refusing to Vacate Farm
  27. Zimbabwe: Abuse of National Flag Criminal Offence - Govt
  28. South Africa: 'I Would Close Down Varsities to Teach Students a Lesson'
  29. Zimbabwe: Govt Dismisses Elephantiasis Hoax
  30. Zimbabwe: Opposition Fury Over Bulawayo Council Suspensions
  31. South Africa: #FeesMustFall - Many Questions, Lots of Anger, and Fires to Fight
  32. Tanzania: Plan Launched to Mitigate 'Mycotoxins' in Crops
  33. Tanzania: 'Dark Era' Looms for the Media Under Magufuli
  34. Uganda: Animals in Lake Mburo National Park Dying of Hunger
  35. Africa: Museveni Claims SDGs Mirror Problems He Diagnosed
  36. Uganda: 80% Teachers Fail Literacy and Numeracy Test
  37. Nigeria: Corruption is Fighting Back - Vice President
  38. Nigeria: What Buhari Told World Leaders At UN Assembly
  39. Nigeria: Buhari Flays Racism, Xenophobia
  40. Liberia: Senate Passes MoH, National Public Health Institute Act
  41. Algeria: African Leaders in New York to Discuss Partnership With Us
  42. Algeria: Air Algerie to Open Aeronautics School By 2019
  43. Algeria: El-Djeich Magazine - Anp Defeated Terrorism Thanks to "Relevant", "Early" As
  44. Algeria: Algiers Week Festivities Start in Milan
  45. Nigeria: Governor Obiano Suspends Taxes for Low Income Earners to Cushion Effect of R
  46. Nigeria: Obama Commends Buhari's Economic Reforms
  47. Meet Ten Of The Greatest Black American Female Athletes Of All Time
  48. Uganda: TB Patients Share Wards With Other Patients
  49. Uganda: Judiciary to Abandon Old Rules, Build New Courts
  50. Uganda: Bank of Uganda Disowns Crane Bank Sale
  51. Uganda: Power Theft Loss Rises to Billions of Shillings
  52. East Africa: Tanzania Crowned Cecafa Champions After Beating Kenya
  53. Nigeria: Buhari to Obama - We'll Resolve Niger Delta Crisis Soon
  54. Nigeria: Main Opposition Party Crisis - Makarfi, Sheriff Factions Reconcile
  55. Nigeria: How Nigerian Govt Duped Me, Rendered Me Homeless - Journalist Salkida
  56. Nigeria: Shiites Fault Govt's Claim On El-Zakzaky's Detention
  57. Nigeria: Faleke Reacts to Supreme Court Ruling Upholding Gov Bello's Election
  58. Video Shows White Race Soldiers In Tulsa Murdering Terence Crutcher While His Hands W
  59. White Supremacist Thug Cops Are On A Murder Spree
  60. Under Obama The Racial Wage Gap Is The Largest In 36 Years
  61. Autopsy Finds 13-Year-Old Tyree King Was Shot In The Back Three Times By Ohio Cops
  62. North Carolina Cops Just Murdered Another Black Man – He Was Disabled And Reading In
  63. Anti-Kabila Protests Erupt Across DR Congo’s Capital
  64. How The Clintons Destroyed And Further Impoverished Haiti
  65. Fidelity Printers sues ex-bosses for $2,7m
  66. Shot in the arm for Jairos Jiri Centre
  67. SuperSport being lined up for gaffer
  68. SA rand firming good for Zim
  69. United Nations halts aid deliveries to Syria’s Aleppo
  70. 3 opposition party HQs torched in DRC violence
  71. ‘My Own Boss’ bounces back
  72. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Protect young ones from sexual abuse
  73. Mutsvangwa heartless, says prosecution
  74. Tough love for Zim rhinos
  75. Zimbabwe: Harare-Bulawayo Road Crash Victims Named
  76. Zimbabwe: China Avails U.S.$46 Million for New Parliament
  77. Namibia: War Veterans Petition UN Over Money
  78. Namibia: Teachers Vote in Favour of Strike Action
  79. South Africa: Rating Agency Underwhelmed by SA Growth Figures
  80. Malawi: Govt Denies President Mutharika is Ill
  81. Namibia: Namibian Beef to Hit American Markets Soon
  82. South Africa: Prophet Bushiri Launches New Mobile Network
  83. Uganda: Number of Ugandans Living Below Poverty Line Declines - World Bank
  84. Uganda: Teachers Flee Classes Over Multiple Loans
  85. Eritrea: 15 Years Behind Bars
  86. Kenya: Obama Urges Fair Polls in Talks With Kenyatta
  87. Somalia: Serious Concern as 5 Million Go Hungry, UN Says
  88. Nigeria: Govt, African Govts to Blame for Dirty Fuel - Oil Traders
  89. Nigeria: How Important Is 'International Exposure'?
  90. Nigeria: Boko Haram Behead Village Chief, Son
  91. Ghana: Academics Demand Removal of 'Racist' Gandhi's Statue
  92. Nigeria: Making Sense of Boko Haram's Factions - Who, How and Why?
  93. Africa: Worldwide Extension of Sanctions Imposed in Connection With Anti-Doping Viola
  94. Algeria: Economic Cooperation Between Algeria, France Must Go Beyond Commercial Aspec
  95. Algeria: Algeria-France - 'I Appreciate President Bouteflika's Wisdom, His Perception
  96. Egypt: Ruling Risks Eradicating Human Rights Work
  97. Algeria: Inauguration of First Film Post-Production Studio
  98. Nigeria: Govt Plans U.S.15 Billion Stimulus for Troubled Economy
  99. Nigeria: Self-Proclaimed Boko Haram Spokesperson Under Psychiatric Evaluation
  100. Nigeria: 12 Ways Nigeria Can Tackle Endemic Corruption - Ribadu
  101. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills Eight Church Worshippers Near Chibok
  102. Nigeria: Jibrin Denies Owning UK Bank Account
  103. Obama The Fake Malcolm X – The Gantt Report
  104. Obama’s Condescending Speech Telling Blacks That Not Voting For Hillary Is A “Persona
  105. Ethiopia Wins Big As Cement, Flower, Shoe Firms Set Up Shop
  106. Policing For Profit: NYPD Can’t Account For The Money It Steals From The Public
  107. The Race War Continues: Chopper Footage Shows Tulsa Cops Executing Terence Crutcher
  108. White Supremacist Charged With Burning Down Three Churches
  109. Incompetence Is Forcing Nigeria To Buy JF-17 Fighter Aircraft From Pakistan
  110. Zim model for Miss Intercontinental 2016
  111. The Curse of Game 29
  112. SA varsity fees increase approval spark protests
  113. Zesa debt piles up
  114. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Harare can’t be returned to stone age
  115. HIV-positive boy (14) rapes 7 pupils
  116. United Russia cruises to victory
  117. Woman reports unusual sex
  118. Rural schools to get $3m Stem boost
  119. President in New York for UN General Assembly
  120. Namibia: Nama Leaders Decry Exclusion From Genocide Talks
  121. South Africa: Higher Education Minister Caps University Fee Increases
  122. South Africa: UKZN Students Reject Fee Announcement
  123. South Africa: Students Threaten to Shut Down Wits After Fees Announcement
  124. South Africa: Mcgregor and Mocké Win Marathon World Championships Gold
  125. Botswana: Fishermen, Law Enforcers Stand-Off At Lake Ngami
  126. South Africa: 'Internet Censorship Bill' a Threat to Social Media Users?
  127. South Africa: Why Public Finance Watchdog Failed Its Mandate On Nuclear
  128. Uganda: Govt Lifts Injunction On Middle East Jobseekers
  129. Africa: World Economic Freedom 2016 - Mauritius First in Africa
  130. Eritrea: Fate of U.S. Citizen Unknown After Four Years in Prison
  131. Kenya: 'Govt Failed to Cooperate With Hague Court'
  132. East Africa: East African Countries Create Fund to Support Dr. Tedros's WHO Bid
  133. Nigeria: Why We Are Still Detaining Shiite Leader, El-Zakzaky - Govt
  134. Nigeria: Meet 12 Athletes Who Made Nigeria Proud At Rio Paralympics
  135. Nigeria: Govt Sues Oil Giants For Undeclared Cargoes
  136. West Africa: President Sirleaf Urges Consolidated Health Plan for Region
  137. Nigeria: Ratings Agency Further Downgrades Nation as Oil Crisis Worsents
  138. South Africa: Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Reiterates Calls for Palestinian and We
  139. Egypt: Coptic Activists Criticize Church's Efforts to Mobilize for Sisi in New York
  140. Algeria: Four Bunkers, Four Homemade Bombs Destroyed in Tizi Ouzou, Boumerdes, Ain De
  141. Libya: UN Launches Appeal for Libya's Sirte As Forces Renew Push Against Islamic Stat
  142. Uganda: Govt Urged to Retrieve Stolen Money From Cairo Bank
  143. Uganda: Intern Doctors Plead With Minister
  144. East Africa: Delay to Sign EAC-EU Trade Deal 'May Prove Costly'
  145. Uganda: Youth Blamed for Uganda's Failures
  146. Uganda: 15 Chinese Arrested in Jinja
  147. Obama, Clinton: Siamese twins of reaction
  148. Watford stun United
  149. Bank closures affect 55 000 depositors
  150. National Gallery portfolio review successful
  151. Ibsen: Special apostle for women
  152. Awesome Madikizela Mandela @80, a diamond
  153. ZIA reduces time for processing investment licence
  154. Zim art enthrals connoisseurs
  155. Wisdom draws dagger into ailing father’s heart
  156. Editorial Comment: $2, $5 bond notes address doubts
  157. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Blasts Mugabe in SA
  158. South Africa: Kwaito Legend Mandoza Has Died
  159. Mozambique: No Tug of War With IMF, Says Nyusi
  160. Namibia: Shikongo Wins Bronze in 400m At Paralympic Games
  161. South Africa: Driver Dies After Car Crashes Into Barrier, Bakkie
  162. South Africa: All Blacks Closer to Championship Title After Thrasing Springboks
  163. Zimbabwe: Police Open Fire As Protests Spread
  164. South Africa: Music Star Mandoza Dies
  165. Kenya: 11 Million Risk of Contracting Tobacco-Related Diseases
  166. Kenya: Envoys Call for Peaceful Campaigns Ahead of 2017 Polls
  167. Kenya/Ethiopia: Harambee Starlets, Ethiopia Clash for Cecafa Final Spot
  168. Somalia: Army General, Bodyguards Killed in Car Bomb Attack
  169. Nigeria: Taribo's Ex-Wife Atinuke Takes Second Shot At Love
  170. Nigeria: Gunmen Abduct Three Landlords in Lagos
  171. Liberia: Liberia Now Backs AU Choice For WHO Top Post
  172. Africa: Unicef and CAF Team Up to Protect Children's Rights in Cameroon
  173. Russia Wants To Continue Exporting Military Helicopters To African Countries
  174. White Supremacist Media’s Credibility In Free Fall Collapse – Survey
  175. #GiveBackOurMoney: Is Alabama State University Robbing Nigerian Students?
  176. Black Is Beautiful, Stop Bleaching Your Skin
  177. Sister Of Black Man, Terrence Crutcher, Killed By Police Says He Was Unarmed
  178. The 10 Least Educated African Presidents
  179. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Barred From Visiting Inmates
  180. Malawi: Upgraded City Road Network to Enhance Socio-Economic Activities
  181. South Africa: Jiba, Mwebi Should Have Been Fired - Cope
  182. South Africa: Do to Cosatu What Voters Did to the ANC in Metros, Vavi Tells Workers
  183. Zambia: 25 Killed in Bus Accident
  184. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Denied Access to Visit Prisoners
  185. Malawi: IMF Wary Over High Inflation, Bank Interest Rates
  186. South Africa: Tutu Readmitted to Hospital
  187. Sudan: The Forgotten Mountain People of Darfur
  188. Uganda: The Rise of Singer Irene Ntale
  189. Rwanda: Uhirwa Diane Holds First Show of Abstract Paintings
  190. Africa: Kenyan Book Fest Goes Pan-African
  191. East Africa: Olympian Artists Flying Their Flag
  192. Nigeria: To Free Chibok Girls, Buhari Approved Prisoner Swap With Boko Haram Two Mont
  193. Nigeria: Buhari to Sanction Aides Over President's Plagiarism of Obama's Speech
  194. Niger: Dozens of Boko Haram Fighters Killed
  195. Algeria: Four Drug Traffickers Arrested, More Than 178 Kg of Cannabis Resin Seized in
  196. Egypt/Morocco: Former Winners' Zamalek, Wydad Battle for Final Spot
  197. Africa: Zamalek, Zesco Hope for Home Joy
  198. Egypt: Investigators Divided On Presence of Explosives On EgyptAir Flight Debris - Re
  199. Don’t shoot us, we’re just messengers, just deal with the toxicity of that sickening
  200. Let’s use Constitution to fight corruption: Mnangagwa
  201. Dingwiza a tailor with good stitches
  202. Passion for crime of fashion
  203. ‘Dirty fuel being to sold to Africa’
  204. Baptism of fire for Luke Masomere
  205. Foreign aid plays key role in HIV/AIDS prevention
  206. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Mawarire, real comic pastor
  207. Police gazette protests ban
  208. Apostle Chiriseri dies
  209. Zimbabwe: How Is Zimbabwe Paying for Its New Bond Notes?
  210. Zimbabwe: 300 Gold Panners Trapped
  211. South Africa: University Suspends Classes as New Protests Spread
  212. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Arrives in Venezuela
  213. Namibia: Geingob Promises Officials Lifestyle Audit
  214. South Africa: New Revelations in SA Nuclear Deal
  215. Southern Africa: Smarter Farming Could Cut Hunger in Drought-Hit Region
  216. Mozambique: Govt Accepts International Audit, Says IMF
  217. Ethiopia: Runner Says Olympic Protest Was Planned
  218. Ethiopia: Govt to Finalize Construction of 11 New Universities
  219. Tanzania: Magufuli Enjoys 96% Approval Rating - Survey
  220. Uganda: Obote Family Split Over Museveni Connections
  221. Ethiopia: #OromoProtests - the 'Oromo Street' and Africa's Counter-Protest State
  222. Nigeria: Economic Recession Requires Out-of-Box Solutions - Buhari
  223. Nigeria: Swiss Firms Selling Dirty Fuel to Nigeria - Group
  224. Nigeria: Buhari in Fresh Plagiarism Scandal of Obama's Speech
  225. Nigeria: Patience Jonathan Files Big Suit Against Corruption Busters
  226. Africa: Obama to Meet Buhari, Address U.S.-Africa Business Forum in New York
  227. Egypt: U.S. Congressman Demands Release of Aya Hegazy
  228. Egypt: New Church Law Discriminates Against Christians
  229. Egypt: New Penalties for Female Genital Mutilation
  230. Algeria: African U21 Handball Champs - Algeria Beats Mali
  231. Africa: Legal Analysis of EU-Morocco Trade Deal Leaves Western Sahara in Limbo
  232. Africa: All Set for Tanzania, DR Congo Trade and Investment Forum
  233. Tanzania: Court to Pass Verdict on Former Police Assistant Commissioner
  234. Tanzania: State of Country's Economy Looking Bright - National Bank
  235. Cote d'Ivoire: President Obama Signs Executive Order Ending Côte d'Ivoire Sanctions
  236. Nigeria: Opposition Party Trying to Sabotage Buhari's Govt - Minister
  237. Algeria: Algiers' Cultural Week in Milan From September 20
  238. NYPD: The Biggest Gang In New York
  239. White Privilege: This Man Raped A 1-Year-Old Baby But Will Never See A Day In Prison
  240. United Nations Trying To Bring Down The Government Of South Sudan
  241. The Shocking Racist Abuse Suffered By Mo Farah On A Delta Airlines Flight Home From R
  242. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin Warns Of Coming Violence And Bloodshed
  243. Ohio Cops Gun Down 13-Year-Old Black Teen Tyree King
  244. Zuma denies power struggle with finance minister
  245. Govt secures $20m facility for small-scale gold miners
  246. Rudland loses cigar battle
  247. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Wake up call for AG’s Office timely
  248. Walk the Talk!
  249. Irrigation turns Cameroon’s vegetable farmers to cash
  250. Resources splurged on posh lifestyles