View Full Version : Afrikan News RSS Feed

Pages : 1 2 3 4 5 [6] 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190

  1. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Flee Mugabe's Sinking Ship
  2. South Africa: Man Wears Red Dress, Heels for Sexuality Talk With Church Leaders
  3. SA designer Tlale jets in tomorrow
  4. Council swoops on defaulters property
  5. NetOne in $485m network expansion
  6. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Liberation struggle is a fight for life
  7. Veld fire guts 18 vehicles
  8. Why not Khama?
  9. MY TURN: No Annan, Zim does not drink bad coffee!
  10. Prophet Magaya cleared
  11. Banks to continue funding agric
  12. Tight security at Harare Cup Clash
  13. Rwanda: Multimillion Dollar Irrigation Dam Project to Boost Agriculture
  14. Rwanda: Top Leaders Urged to Comply With Tax Laws
  15. Rwanda: Lesotho Army Chief Visits, Seeks Stronger Military Ties With Rwanda
  16. Egypt: Egypt, Russia Agree On Roadmap for Resumption of Flights - Minister
  17. Africa: HM the King - Africa, Top Priority in Morocco's Foreign Policy
  18. Egypt: Road Accidents Cost Egypt Egp 30.5 Billion in 2015 - State Agency
  19. Egypt: Egypt to Receive U.S.$451 Million From Japan to Build Museum - Cabinet
  20. Guinea: Anti-Govt Rally - 500,000 Protesters, 1 Stray Bullet
  21. Ethiopia/Egypt: Nessro At the Double As Ethiopia Advance
  22. Senegal: Protecting the Environment? There's an App for That
  23. South Africa: Sun International to Ditch Nigeria
  24. Nigeria: Niger Delta Avengers Expresses Readiness to Dialogue With Govt
  25. Africa: Emefiele Now Heads African Central Bank Governors' Forum
  26. Ethiopia: Medallist's Protest Raises Eyebrows in Rio
  27. Kenya: Kenyatta, Kerry Express Concern Over South Sudan Situation
  28. Burundi: Where Is Burundian Journalist Jean Bigirimana?
  29. Tanzania: India Appeals to Ease Tanzanite Export Restrictions
  30. Tanzania: Speaker Hailed for Efforts to Reconciliate Ruling Party, Opposition
  31. Namibia: Appeal Court Decision Lowers Cost of Adultery
  32. South Africa: Cape Town Man Gives Confused Hijacker a Backhand
  33. Zambia: Rising Queens of the Boxing Ring
  34. Zimbabwe: Opposition Leader Khupe in Car Crash
  35. Zimbabwe: Fresh Fuel Scam Rocks Govt Firm
  36. Zimbabwe: Ex-Soldier Says Mugabe Belongs in Mental Home
  37. ‘We’ll remain vigilant, focused despite threats’
  38. South Africa: Zimbabweans Stage Anti-Mugabe March in Port Elizabeth
  39. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zero tolerance to domestic violence critical
  40. Govt seals multi- lateral road deal
  41. Kombi crew kidnaps, rapes passenger
  42. Where is the fresh attacking talent?
  43. Green Fuel seeks $300m for dam construction
  44. Media biased towards Clinton: Poll
  45. SA presidency denies treasury rift
  46. 180 housing co-ops take Udcorp to court
  47. Soul Jah recounts accident
  48. Every Woman Should Hear What This African Mother Told Her Daughter On Her Wedding Day
  49. Haiti Cholera Epidemic Sponsored By United Nations. …Unscrupulous Multinational Bandi
  50. Ajamu Baraka, “Uncle Tom,” And The Pathology Of White Liberal Racism
  51. Donald Trump Is Going To Be Elected President
  52. Anti-Slavery Activists Tortured In Mauritania
  53. Rwanda/Ghana: Veteran Tactician Kanyakore to Lead Amavubi for Ghana AfCON Qualifier
  54. Rwanda: Hospitality Sector to Adopt International Grading Standards
  55. Nigeria: I Can't Wait to Perform in Rwanda, Says Wizkid
  56. Rwanda: Hits and Misses At the 2016 Expo
  57. Tunisia: Returning Migrants Find a Ray of Hope
  58. Egypt/Ethiopia: Ethiopia Set for Egypt Double in Dire Dawa
  59. Egypt: Sisi Approves Amended Law Jailing Black Market Foreign Currency Traders
  60. Nigeria: Nigerian Church Syndicate Who Specialise in Fake Prophecies Nabbed
  61. Cameroon: Deadly Suicide Attack Hits Market
  62. Nigeria: Ex - Kogi Speaker Slams Suit On Human Rights Commission
  63. Nigeria: $7 Billion Required to Kick-Start Mines, Steel Industry
  64. Nigeria: NLC Urges Review of Employment Policy
  65. Ethiopia: Protests in Oromia, Amhara Regions Present 'Critical Challenge' - U.S.
  66. Kenya: Eliud Kipchoge Wins Gold in Men's Marathon
  67. Somalia: UN Condemns Deadly Explosions
  68. Kenya: Former President Kibaki Flown to South Africa for Treatment
  69. South Africa: Semenya Scorches to Team SA's 10th Medal
  70. Kenya: Nyairera Bags 800m Bronze As Semenya Wins
  71. Zimbabwe: Opposition Leader Biti Endorses Mujuru Candidacy
  72. South Africa: Soldiers Killed in Road Crash
  73. South Africa: 'Here Is Our Medal. We Made It!' - Semenya
  74. South Africa: How Twitter Reacted to Caster Semenya's Gold
  75. Zimbabwe: Magaya Opens Up On Sex Scandals
  76. Denver Dazzles
  77. South Africa: Team SA - the 'Awards' Review
  78. Wanted: 1 000 Maths, Science teachers
  79. Drought, finance cuts hit cotton
  80. Fresh fuel scam rocks CMED
  81. When fashion transforms lives . . . John Ablaza’s couture, culture fits Zim fashionis
  82. Judge calls Mabamba a ‘pathological liar’
  83. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Due care needed on food fortification
  84. Walking in Spirit: Laughter is good for the soul
  85. Khupe in car crash
  86. Play gives voice to abused girls
  87. Homie The Black Political Clown – The Gantt Report
  88. Egypt: Deutsche Welle Fires Journalist For Hate Speech
  89. South Africa/Mauritania: Mashaba Announces Bafana Bafana Squad to Face Mauritania and
  90. Morocco: HM the King, Commander of Faithful, Receives Official Delegation Heading for
  91. Algeria: Commemoration of 20 August 1955 Attacks, Soummam Congress - National Recogni
  92. Nigeria: Dream Team Wins First Rio Olympics Medal
  93. Algeria: President Bouteflika - Day of Mujaheed, Opportunity to Strengthen Efforts
  94. Nigeria: Top Cop Summons Case Files of Man Who Named Dog 'Buhari'
  95. Mauritania: Court Jails 13 Anti-Slavery Activists
  96. Nigeria: Nigeria Face Honduras in Fight For Bronze
  97. Kenya: Nation's Athletes Win Gold, Silver in Women's 5000m
  98. Nigeria: Militants Blow Up Oil Plant
  99. East Africa: Broke South Sudan Now Looks to Neighbours
  100. Somalia: Somali National Library to Re-Open Soon, President
  101. Tanzania: Govt Overhauls Petroleum Import System
  102. Zimbabwe: Parched Forests Fall Prey to New Pests
  103. Uganda: MPs Vehicles - Constitutional Court Petitioned
  104. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Bitterness Towards Mujuru Thickens Murder Plot
  105. Zimbabwe: Popular Prophet Magaya Faces Rape Charges
  106. Angola: Banishing Memories of Civil War Through Rowing
  107. Zambia: President Lungu's Inauguration Halted
  108. Zambia: Opposition Files Legal Challenge Against Lungu's Re-Election
  109. Mozambique: Joint Commission Meets, but No Public Statements
  110. Disturbing Video Shows LAPD Laughing & Smiling After Choking Vachel Howard To Death
  111. Mozambique: Renamo Attacks in Zambezia
  112. Hiding The Evidence: U.S. Keeps No Record Of Citizens Murdered By Police
  113. In Defense Of Sylville Smith, Murdered By The Milwaukee Police
  114. Africa: UN e-Govt Survey Ranks Mauritius 1st in Africa
  115. Egypt: Creator of First Superheroine Shares Behind the Scenes Secrets
  116. Algeria: Paper Version of Founding Texts of Algerian Republic Published in Tamazight
  117. Egypt: Egypt Closes 53 Forex Bureaus Since Beginning of Year - Cbe
  118. Nigeria: Scores Killed in Boko Haram Ambush
  119. Tanzania: Egypt Vows to Sustain Medical Cooperation
  120. Nigeria: More States At High Risk of Polio - Govt
  121. Nigeria: Lassa Fever Claims Doctor, Three Others
  122. Nigeria: Presidency Orders Probe into #PanamaPapers Nigerians
  123. Nigeria: Govt Asks Niger Delta Avengers to Embrace Dialogue
  124. Somalia: Radio Shabelle Briefly Shut, Journalists Detained
  125. South Sudan: Child Soldier 'Nightmare' May Be Imminent - Unicef
  126. Tanzania: Govt Says Total Plastics Use Ban Plan By January Remains
  127. Tanzania: Nation Should Train to Win, Not to Participate
  128. Zimbabwe: Wages to Be Paid Partly in Bond Notes - Central Bank Governor
  129. Kenya: Lion Snatches Girl From Home
  130. Angola: Ruling Party Re-Elects Dos Santos
  131. South Africa: Terror Accused Twins Fail in High Court Bid to Overturn Their Arrests
  132. South Africa: Students, Police Clash During Fees Protest
  133. South Africa: 'Lenient' Sentence Appeal for Pistorius 'Without Merit'
  134. Southern Africa: LGBTI Proposal for Anglicans 'Rattling the Hinges' - Mpho Tutu
  135. Namibia: Govt to Drill Boreholes for Stranded Hippos
  136. The sun is shining on david mkandawire
  137. Zambia: Political Unity Put to the Test By Need for Fiscal Discipline
  138. Govt adopts sports policy
  139. Chitembwe exudes confidence
  140. Bosso seek redemption
  141. Murape challenges his troops
  142. Zifa sub-committees appointments ignite murmurs of discontent
  143. As dembare limp along, are they affecting the appeal of the domestic premiership race
  144. Zimbabwe pin hopes on trio
  145. HIV door-to-door survey surpasses target
  146. Killer Cop Who Murdered Philando Castile Is Back On The Job
  147. Polytechnics urged to reorient
  148. UN Admits To Starting Cholera Epidemic In Haiti
  149. Cops Who Covered-Up Laquan McDonald Murder Should Be Fired Not Charged – Chicago Poli
  150. Slave Trading Mauritania Jails 13 Anti-Slavery Activists
  151. Travel: Top 10 Things To Do in South Africa
  152. 10 Known And Little-Known African Kings
  153. Africa: Global Hospitality Firm Explains Why It Picked Rwanda in Sub-Sahara
  154. Zambia: Disputed Polls - On Claims of Binned Ballots and 'Systematic Bias'
  155. Rwanda: Why Bugesera Women Prefer the Bicycle for a Surprise Gift
  156. Egypt: President Signs Law Allowing Army to Help Police for 5 More Years
  157. Egypt: Military Hands Two Yr to Life-Time Imprisonment Sentences to 418 in Minya
  158. Egypt: Lose Weight or You're Out, TV Anchorwomen Told
  159. Zimbabwe: Mzembi On Unwto Charm Offensive
  160. Sierra Leone: Govt Urged to Ban FGM After Death of Teenage Girl
  161. Nigeria: Bishops Condemn Health Minister Over Alleged Plan to Legalise Abortion
  162. Egypt: Sinai Province Confirm Its Leader Was Killed
  163. Nigeria: Maryam Usman - It's Time for Change in Nigerian Sports
  164. Cote d'Ivoire: Survivors of Toxic Waste Dumping 'Remain in the Dark - Experts
  165. Nigeria: Govt Probes Jonathan, Wife Over Niger Delta Bombings
  166. South Sudan: From Slavery to Rio
  167. Kenya: Ezekiel Kemboi Reverses Retirement Decision
  168. Somalia: Who's Running for Highest Office in Somalia?
  169. Rwanda: Terror Suspect Killed in 3-Hour Police Shootout
  170. Uganda: Warrant of Arrest Issued for Former Police Boss Baguma
  171. South Africa: ANC Needs to Win Back Support or Suffer in 2019 - Study
  172. South Africa: Why Nation Must Let South African Airways Go
  173. Zimbabwe: No Bailout Until Mugabe Disappears, Says British MP
  174. Mozambique: Mediators Propose Route Out of Deadlock
  175. South Africa: Two Arrested With Mortar Bomb in Joburg
  176. Africa: Drought Conference to Adopt Windhoek Declaration
  177. South Africa: Lonmin Failing Children of Slain Miners - Marikana Widow
  178. Zimbabwe: Pressure Mounts On Diaspora Vote
  179. Zanu-PF hails Chitepo Ideological School
  180. ED to open Real Estate Institute winter school
  181. Govt to empower trafficking victims
  182. Council worker dies on duty
  183. Is this DeMbare’s worst strike force ever?
  184. Soul Jah Love injured in car accident
  185. ‘Waiters’ was all fun for Marcelino
  186. Delta invests $78m in Chibuku Super plants
  187. Editorial Comment : Bond notes will help the triumph of plastic
  188. U.S. Justice Department Promises To Phase Out Private Prisons
  189. Serial litigant contests High Court ban
  190. Usain Bolt Is The Highest-Paid Track Athlete In History
  191. Bank Robbers – The Gantt Report
  192. Nigeria: Navy Unveils 30 Made-in-Nigeria Gunboats
  193. Nigeria: We're Not Ready for Negotiation, Dialouge With Govt - Avengers
  194. Rwanda: Parliament Postpones Scrutiny of Officials Implicated in AG Report
  195. Nigeria: Buhari Never Received Pension, Gratuities From Army - Presidency
  196. Nigeria: Minister Ogbonnaya Onu Rejects Ebonyi Governor's Car Gift
  197. Africa: Is Church Finally Warming Up to Women Leadership?
  198. Rwanda: Have Drug Traffickers Learnt New Tricks to Evade the Law?
  199. Rwanda: Duo Optimistic Ahead of Olympics Debut
  200. Zimbabwe: Police Break Up Anti-Mugabe Protest
  201. Central Africa: Rwandan Businesses Eye DR Congo Market
  202. Egypt: Christian Leaders Approve Bill On Church Construction, Restoration
  203. Algeria: Rio 2016 Olympics/Wrestling - Algerian Benaissa Qualifies for Quarter Finals
  204. Algeria: Rio 2016 Olympics - Ould Ali Congratulates Makhloufi On Silver Medal (800 M)
  205. South Africa/Egypt: Bafana Bafana Coach Shakes Mashaba Fired Up for NMC
  206. Egypt: Top Prosecutor's Assassination Case Postponed to Aug 30
  207. Nigeria: Austerity - Oyo State Clerics Urge Women to Embrace Family Planning
  208. Nigeria: 'I Just Want to Go Home', Says First Chibok Schoolgirl Rescued From Boko Har
  209. Africa: Mali Seeks Namibia's Backing in Conflict
  210. Africa: Tanzania Becoming a Haven for Foreign Players
  211. Tanzania: President Magufuli - Man of the People, Man of the Party?
  212. Liberia: Why Liberia Needs to Protect Land Rights
  213. Tanzania: Former Zanzibar President, Jumbe a Victim of His Own Reforms
  214. Somalia: Mohamed Ali Nur - How I Plan to Fix Troubled Somalia
  215. South Africa: Stigma 'Killing' South Africans Living With HIV
  216. Kenya: Chinese Tour Operator Charged With Stabbing Tourist
  217. Zambia: Humble, Mother-Loving and God-Fearing? How Edgar Lungu Won
  218. Namibia: Former Soldiers Demand to be Recognised as War Veterans
  219. South Africa: How Public Protector Has Set a High Bar for Her Successor
  220. Kasukuwere disowns ‘Lumumba’, Tsenengamu
  221. Zimbabwe: Former Reserve Bank Governor Gono Loses House Over Debt
  222. Malawi: Govt Changes Tune On Torching of 4 Tonnes of Ivory
  223. Editorial Comment: SI64 catalyst for local industrial rebirth
  224. Another Mungoshi enters arts scene
  225. Mujuru has a lot to be thankful for to the man she now vilifies
  226. Ex-AU chief Ping eyes presidency
  227. Trump shakes up faltering campaign
  228. The axis of evil
  229. 500 Beitbridge cops redeployed
  230. Kuwait ‘slaves’ want to go back, claims the accused
  231. Over 8,000 Boko Haram Terrorists Have Surrendered To The Nigerian Military
  232. Why Macheso breaks down on stage
  233. South Africa: Race Relations So Bad It Could Lead To Civil War
  234. Disturbing Video Shows Thug Cop Assaulting Teacher Smashing Her Into Car, Dangling He
  235. South Sudan’s President Wins Over Opposition Opposition, Consolidating Govt Position
  236. East Africa: Region Urged to Integrate Exchanges to Boost Cross-Border Trade
  237. Rwanda: Trapped Miners Confirmed Dead
  238. Rwanda: Govt to Start Using Drones to Transport Key Medical Supplies
  239. North Africa: IFC Investments Support Trade and Economic Development Across MENA
  240. Algeria: Health Ministry Sets Up Emergency Plan to Reduce Maternal Mortality
  241. Algeria: Nearly 10 Percent Drop in Sugar Imports in First Six Months 2016
  242. Egypt/Nigeria: Zamalek Complete Last Four Quartet
  243. Nigeria: Relief for Victims of Land Grabbers As Lagos Enacts Property Protection Law
  244. Algeria: Gaid Salah On Working, Inspection Visit to 2nd Military Region
  245. Nigeria: Parents of Chibok Girls 'Wounded' After Watching Boko Haram Video
  246. West Africa: Rethinking Drug Control Policy
  247. Niger: The Return Journey to Agadez
  248. Nigeria: Relieving Traffic in Lagos - Spatial Reorganization Needed
  249. Kenya: Rudisha Dedicates Rio Gold to Kenyans
  250. Somalia: Forces Capture Villages From Al-Shabaab