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  1. Libya: Twelve People Preparing to Join Terrorist Groups in Libya Arrested in Jebenian
  2. Egypt: Al-Azhar Praises UAE Support for Egypt
  3. Mali: Army Storms Hotel, Ends Siege in Mali
  4. Nigeria: Govt to Establish Weapons Factory
  5. Africa: Who Is Fleeing Africa for Europe?
  6. Burkina Faso: Govt Calls for Aid As Floods Set to Worsen
  7. Nigeria: Pirates Kill Soldiers, Police in Delta
  8. Burundi: Bujumbura Now Scene of Random Attacks
  9. Sudan: Bashir Keeps UN Guessing
  10. East Africa: New Development Targets Ready
  11. South Africa: South Africa Relaxes Visa Rules for Kenyans
  12. Zimbabwe: Job Losses Intensify
  13. Africa: South Africa Defends Regulated Hunting
  14. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Barred From Cote d'Ivoire
  15. Mali: SA Man Killed in Mali Hotel Siege, Dept Confirms
  16. Zimbabwe: Proposal to Reduce Retirement Age Noble
  17. South Africa: A New National Police Commissioner for South Africa - How to Get It Rig
  18. Mali: SA Man Traumatised By Mali Hostage-Taking
  19. 2015: Worker’s annus horribilis
  20. A List Of The Richest Black Women In The World 2015
  21. Top Ten African Leaders Of All Time
  22. North Africa: Hundreds Rescued After Fishing Boat Sinks
  23. Libya: New Talks to Begin in Bid for Peace
  24. Libya: Amnesty Wants International Criminal Court to Intervene in Libya
  25. Tunisia: President of Republic Inaugurates Frigate Made in Tunisia 'Al Istiqlal'
  26. Tunisia: President of Republic Signs Counter-Terrorism Legislation Into Law
  27. Mali: Gunmen Attack Hotel in Central Mali
  28. West Africa: Could the World Bank Solve Boko Haram?
  29. Nigeria: Former Jonathan Aide Reveals How Weapons Were Procured
  30. Nigeria: Probe Ruling Party's Former Governors - Former Ruling PDP
  31. Nigeria: Fraternity Performs Rites for Ooni
  32. South Sudan: Peace Talks Resume As Deadline Looms for South Sudan
  33. Rwanda: Earthquake Hits Rwanda
  34. Sudan: Hundreds of Homes Collapse in Darfur
  35. Kenya: Student Invents Software to Monitor Parking Lots
  36. Somalia: AU Demands More Funding for Battle Al Shabaab
  37. South Africa: Malema's Party to Take Zuma to Court Over Nkandla
  38. Zimbabwe: Coup De Grace? Plots and Purges in Zimbabwe
  39. Southern Africa: Zambia Doesn't Hold 60 Percent of Southern Africa's Freshwater
  40. Africa: Explainer - the Problem Drug Patents Pose for Developing Countries
  41. South Africa: Over 7,000 People Live On the Streets of Cape Town
  42. South Africa: Truck Carrying Excavator Jack-Knifes Kills 2
  43. Swaziland: King's Virginity Test Claims Are False
  44. South Africa: Are All South Africans Equally at Risk of Being Killed?
  45. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Proposal to reduce retirement age noble
  46. Cecil: Fame in Africa’s zoological garden
  47. August 8: Happy and sad historic day
  48. Quakes rattle DRC, Rwanda
  49. Vaccines in short supply as meningitis epidemic erupts
  50. Habitual armed robbers nabbed
  51. Lasch officials seek acquittal
  52. Rapist dad (39) jailed 18 years
  53. Vendor kills partner over movie language
  54. Boy (5) exposes sex scandal
  55. African Countries With Highest White Population
  56. Churches With Guns
  57. In Pictures: Africa’s Most Obnoxious Visitors? Feel Free To Hate Them…
  58. Nigeria To Set Up Weapons-Making Factories
  59. Family Of Kalief Browder To Sue New York City
  60. Africa Does Not Need The Great America Garbage
  61. Dangote To Open Four More Cement Plants In 2015
  62. Egypt: Egyptians Celebrate 'New Suez Canal'
  63. North Africa: EU Not Showing 'Political Will' Over Migration Crisis
  64. Africa: We Have Helped the ICC, Says Departing U.S. War Crimes Ambassador
  65. Libya: New Report Shows That Abductions By Armed Groups Is Rampant
  66. Tunisia: UK Police Confirm Links Between Sousse and Bardo Attacks
  67. Senegal: Will Hissène Habré Receive a Fair Trial?
  68. Nigeria: Oiling the Wheels of Nigeria's Anti-Corruption Drive?
  69. Nigeria: Nigeria On Alert for Massive Flooding
  70. Nigeria: Boko Haram - 12,000 Nigerians Return From Cameroon
  71. Nigeria: Tribal, Religious Sentiments Fuel Boko Haram Crisis - Former Army Chief
  72. Somalia: Al Shabaab Camps Hit By Warplanes in Somalia
  73. Uganda: Supreme Court Rules On Bride Price
  74. Africa: Fish Farming Now a Big Hit in Africa
  75. Congo-Kinshasa: U.S. Legislators Push for Congolese Adoptions
  76. Uganda: Prominent Names in Irregular Land Acquisitions in Hoima
  77. South Africa: Zuma Question Time On Brink of Chaos Again
  78. South Africa: 'Snake' Pastors Are Heretics - National Church Council
  79. Zambia: Up to 10 Hours of Load Shedding for Zambians
  80. South Africa: Malema's Party Kicks Off Zuma Question Session
  81. South Africa: Spar Workers Dismissed After Strike for Longer Hours
  82. Africa: Why Cecil the Lion Offers Lessons for Land Reform and the Role of Elites
  83. South Africa: Face to Face With Trauma
  84. Another test for Dr Zobha
  85. Call to embrace Yuan for payments
  86. New Tribunal on Sadc summit agenda: Chair
  87. WE ARE THE PIONEERS•Zim hailed for giving the world the Copa Coca-Cola tournament
  88. India, Mozambique to boost security cooperation
  89. EDITORIAL COMMENT: ZCTU must spare us the hypocrisy
  90. Headmaster fondles Form 2 pupil
  91. Sadc: A commitment to peace
  92. Funds for major projects unveiled
  93. Landmark ruling on elections
  94. Watch: Thug Cop Assaults And Arrests Woman After She Called His Son Rude
  95. Stop Meddling In Africa‚ COSATU Provincial Secretary Tells US
  96. Disturbing Video Shows NC Cop Shooting Unarmed Jonathan Farrell After Car Crash
  97. Falsifying History On Behalf Of Agendas. “US Civil War Was About Money Not Slavery”
  98. The Keys To Black Success: Start By Supporting Other Black Businesses
  99. Nigeria To Reclaim Airspace Management In Gulf Of Guinea
  100. Ethiopia: Addis Ababa’s Transformation
  101. Libya: Boat With 700 Migrants Capsizes Off Libya
  102. Tunisia: PM Pledges Budget Reforms in 2016
  103. Libya: Two People Arrested Over Organisation of Illegal Journeys to Syria, Libya
  104. Algeria: Algeria 'Strongly' Condemns Attack On Military Camp in Timbuktu in Mali
  105. Egypt: Egypt Grants Holiday for Some Employees On Opening of 'New Suez Canal'
  106. Mali: Peace in Mali Elusive As More UN Troops Are Killed
  107. Liberia: Agriculture Minister Resigns
  108. Nigeria: Lagos Shuts 40 Religious Houses Over 'Noise Pollution'
  109. Cameroon: Dozens Kidnapped in Village Raid
  110. Nigeria: New Oil Board Boss Takes Office
  111. Kenya: Lab Declares Polio Vaccine Safe
  112. South Sudan: Government Clampdown On Media in South Sudan
  113. Ethiopia: Policing Ethiopia - the Force vs. Service Dilemma
  114. Madagascar: 'Get Rich Quick' With Pink Sapphires - For Some
  115. Kenya: Gang Kill and Torture, Film Attacks - Report
  116. South Africa: 'Sex Work Should Not Cost Me My Life'
  117. Zimbabwe: Govt Forced To Take Over $1.2 Billion in Central Bank Debt
  118. South Africa: Judiciary a Threat to Democracy, Trade Unions Say
  119. Africa: Why White Men Still Dominate the Top Echelons of South Africa's Private Secto
  120. South Africa: Shark Safety Tips - Sorting Out Fact From Fiction
  121. South Africa: Five Things We Learnt As Children About Our Bodies That Are Wrong
  122. South Africa: Stolen Car Recovered 22 Years Later
  123. South Africa: Julius Malema - Comeback Kid, Master Strategist, Demolition Man
  124. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Mid-Term policy strengthens banking
  125. New twist to Daiton saga
  126. Cecil saga: Facilitator ropes in advocate
  127. Zim-Asset: Hopley electrified
  128. ‘Good Samaritans’ shot in horror hijacking
  129. High Court bars CAPS transfers
  130. Cabinet approves Labour Act reform• Move to end wave of job sackings • Employers, wor
  131. RBZ secures $210m for projects
  132. Zimbabwe-US relations improving, says Wharton
  133. DRC rebels abduct Muslim clerics
  134. Obama, The Talkative Uncle Tom
  135. Black Business Owners In Austin Area Outperform State
  136. Malema Case: Game Changer In South African Politics?
  137. ‘Best Ever’ Mayweather Returns To The Ring In September
  138. Public Enemy Drops Timely New Video “No Sympathy From The Devil”
  139. 50 Cent Is Just Latest Homeowner To Be Bankrupted By This Connecticut Mansion
  140. South Africa Is Unraveling – And No One Seems To Care
  141. Libya: Jail Video Alleges Gaddafi Son Abused
  142. Morocco: Morocco Encourages Cameroon's Anti-Terrorism War
  143. Egypt: Police Account of Deadly Raid in Question
  144. Morocco: King Sees Challenges Ahead Despite Progress - Jean R. Abinader
  145. Morocco: Harassment of Outspoken Journalist
  146. Nigeria: Now Obama Must Visit Nigeria
  147. Burkina Faso: Fool's Gold
  148. Nigeria: Does Claim of Jonathan U.S. $35 Billion Deficit Add Up?
  149. Sierra Leone: Two New Cases of Ebola Recorded
  150. Nigeria: Boko Haram Leader Shekau Absent From Latest Video
  151. Africa: Obama vs. Dictatorship, Corruption
  152. Burundi: Motorcyclists Shoot Burundi Rights Activist
  153. Africa: Is Africa the Loser In Maritime Power?
  154. Kenya: Schoolboys Locked Up After Fire Deaths
  155. East Africa: Obama's Hangover - Capitalising On the Hype
  156. South Africa: Zimbabweans Fear Deportation After Bungle
  157. Zambia: Street Harassment - Women Fight Back
  158. South Africa: Malema Corruption Case Struck Off Roll
  159. Africa: Five Important Things to Know About the Search for Aliens
  160. Africa: Are Minimum Wages Desirable?
  161. South Africa: The Worst Spokesman in Government?
  162. South Africa: Madonsela - No More Should Be Spent to Fix Nkandla Neglect
  163. Transition from Frontline States to Sadc
  164. ZMDC gets coal licences
  165. China experts meet VP Mnangagwa
  166. Man’s maintenance arrears hit $73 000
  167. Cultural dances at agric show
  168. HE ISN’T WALKING ALONE• Sports Commission sympathise with Callisto Pasuwa
  169. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Airzim must safeguard nation’s image
  170. Zanu-PF lines up 3 crunch indabas• Dismissals likely to top agenda • President to cha
  171. Zim-Asset to boost or bust
  172. Platinum miners cry foul
  173. In The Game Of Maritime Power Politicking, Is Africa The Biggest Loser?
  174. Alabama Cop Kept His Job After Proposal To Murder Black Man And Hide Evidence
  175. Louis E. Lomax: The Man Who Introduced Malcolm X To The Masses
  176. Ignorant Hick Unknowingly Wears African American Brand Shoes To Racist Klan Rally
  177. DNA Proves It: African ‘Golden Jackal’ Is Really A Golden Wolf
  178. Mozambique Millionaires Will Lead Growth Of Africa’s Rich
  179. Judge Throw Out Corruption Case Against Julius Malema
  180. Nigeria: The Neglected Niger Delta
  181. Africa: Africa Is in Vanguard of Ending Death Penalty
  182. Libya: Libyans Authorities Hand Over Eight Tunisian Nationals On Wanted List
  183. Egypt: Kerry, Shukri Address Balance Between Fighting 'Terrorism' and Upholding Human
  184. Egypt: Verdict On Egyptian Militant Zawahri and 67 Others Postponed
  185. Egypt: Press Group Calls for Freeing of Photojournalist
  186. Gambia: Rapper Flees After Song Decries Rights Abuses
  187. Nigeria: Corruption - Buhari Descends On Civil Servants
  188. Nigeria: The Okonjo-Iweala Who Worked for Me Is Different From the Okonjo-Iweala Who
  189. Ghana: World Bank Approves Largest Ever Guarantees for Ghana's Energy Transformation
  190. Africa: Nigeria Leads UN Security Council
  191. Ethiopia: Court Jails Ethiopian Muslim Activists for Up to 22 Years
  192. Somalia: Officials Probe Alleged Attack on Wedding Party
  193. Rwanda: Kigali's 'Impressive' But 'Repressive' Leader
  194. Tanzania: Stage Set for Gargantuan Election Duel in Tanzania
  195. South Africa: Man Survives Being Pinned Under Truck for Hours
  196. Angola: Violence and Arrests Thwarted Another Protest in Angola
  197. South Africa: Farmer Ordered to Evict Refugees
  198. South Africa: Corruption Trial for Radical South African Opposition Leader
  199. South Africa: All Nkandla Documents Called It a 'Swimming Pool' - Madonsela
  200. South Africa: Madonsela - What Would Mandela Have Thought?
  201. Africa: Will Former South African Politician Sexwale Run for Fifa Top Job?
  202. Stop corruption, says VP Mnangagwa
  203. Chance for Zim to seal series
  204. Footballer seeks Concourt reprieve
  205. Govt audit sniffs out salary cheats
  206. Beauty queen eyes fashion scene
  207. Sino-Zim to set up $50m brick plant
  208. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Our cricketers have done us proud
  209. Govt raises red flag over software firm
  210. Minister blasts endless, unnecessary talk shops
  211. Chihuri graduates
  212. 6 Simple Rituals Of Extremely Successful People
  213. Chicago Police Investigator Fired For Not Covering Up Police Killings
  214. “There’s A Very Special Spirit That’s Alive In Nigerians”
  215. Blackonomics…The Change We’ve Been Waiting For
  216. Nigeria: Military Arrests Boko Haram Commander, Rescues 178 People
  217. Nigeria: Boko Haram Attack Reported in Nigeria Village
  218. Egypt: Al-Jazeera Trial Delayed Again
  219. Egypt: Kerry Arrives in Cairo for Strategic Dialogue
  220. Africa: Four Down, Two More to Go
  221. Egypt: Defence Council Agrees to Extend Military Mission Abroad Once Again
  222. Egypt: Ruling On Al Jazeera Journalists Postponed to Aug 29
  223. Nigeria: Soldiers Repel Boko Haram Attack On Nigerian Village
  224. Nigeria: Scores Rescued From Boko Haram, Says Nigerian Army
  225. Nigeria: Death Row Soldiers Sue Army for Contempt
  226. Nigeria: Army Discovers Bomb-Making Factory
  227. Ghana/Cameroon: Les Lionnes Edge Out Ghana's Queens
  228. Burundi: Top General Assassinated in Burundi
  229. South Sudan: Factions to Discuss Proposed Compromise Agreement
  230. Kenya/Tanzania: So Near, So Far for Gor in Azam Heartache
  231. Burundi: Leading Burundi General Killed in Rocket Attack On Car
  232. Kenya: Polio Vaccination Kicks Off in 32 High Risk Counties
  233. Zimbabwe: Another U.S Hunter Suspected of Killing Lion in Zimbabwe
  234. South Africa: Govt Ministers in Spat Over Tourism Blow
  235. South Africa: First Lady Named in Alleged Poison Plot
  236. South Africa: In South Africa Childhood Hunger and Obesity Live Side By Side
  237. Zimbabwe: Govt Issues Hunting Restrictions
  238. South Africa: American Disease That's Wreaking Havoc On the Cape's Honeybee Populatio
  239. South Africa: Zuma Condemns Police Killings
  240. Zimbabwe: Cecil the Lion is King of the News
  241. State entities join firing bandwagon
  242. Chengeta takes Mash West chair
  243. Sadc special forces meet in Kariba
  244. Farmers deliver maize to GMB
  245. Chiyangwa demands $100m compensation
  246. $1,7bn required for agric season
  247. 3 000 teachers struck off payroll
  248. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Lessons from Glen View complex fire
  249. MaNtuli denies ‘plot’ to poison Zuma
  250. Sadc asks China for TV news channel