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  1. Nigeria: Minister Lambasts Govt-Owned Media Organisations
  2. Nigeria: About 100 Nigerian Soldiers Missing After Boko Haram Attacks
  3. Kenya: Police to Help Ease Kenya Traffic Gridlock
  4. Kenya: El Nino Rains Wreak Havoc on Roads
  5. Sudan: Rebels' National Agenda Is Causing Local Harm
  6. East Africa: Lessons From Three Cities On Why Sanitation Is Such a Challenge
  7. Africa: Push Cash Aid Despite Neighbour Envy
  8. South Africa: Ruling Party Was There Long Before Democracy - Zuma
  9. South Africa: Trophy Hunting Industry Disowns Half-Tame Lion Hunting
  10. South Africa: Telkom's Talks to Buy Cell C Fall Through
  11. South Africa: Reserve Bank Hikes Interest Rates
  12. Angola: Prosecutor's Wig and Trial of Fictional Rebellion
  13. South Africa: More Money for Drought Relief - Minister
  14. South Africa: Survivor of Paris Attack Describes Ordeal
  15. Africa: Africa Clinches Mega Development Prospects
  16. EDITORIAL COMMENT: A case for National Youth Service
  17. Poachers should rot in jail, says VP
  18. Mutasa’s zifa vision
  19. What really goes through their heads?
  20. Tense weekend for PSL
  21. Crisis of human rights in a ‘world in terror’
  22. Miriam Sibanda arrested
  23. ‘Kariba water levels can last till February’
  24. I harbour no other ambition: First Lady
  25. Chunga to attend Sports Management seminar
  26. Nigeria: Country Grossly Under-Policed - Ex-President Obasanjo
  27. Africa: 15 African Migrants' Bodies Found Near Egypt's Border With Israel
  28. Africa: Soccer Big Boys Bounce Back
  29. Sudan: Khartoum, Cairo in Row Over Migrants' Shootings
  30. Libya: Photojournalist Goes Missing
  31. Morocco: RWB Urges Court to Dismiss Charges Against Five Moroccan Journalists
  32. Nigeria: Twin Bombs Rock Kano's Market in Nigeria
  33. Nigeria: Security Operatives Nab Two Wanted Boko Haram Leaders
  34. Nigeria: Strategic Business of Running Nigeria Can Now Begin
  35. Nigeria: Facebook Activates 'Safety Check' After Boko Haram Attack
  36. Africa: Nigerian Kept As Slave in Britain for 24 Years
  37. Rwanda: Senate Votes to Allow Third Term for Kagame
  38. Uganda: When the Rains Came in Dokolo and Karamoja
  39. Kenya: Police Gun Down Central Most-Wanted Criminal
  40. Tanzania: Climate Change Likely to Impoverish Tanzania
  41. Uganda: Besigye Promises to Increase Budget Allocation for Agriculture
  42. Mozambique: Mozambican Albinos' Life in Fear
  43. South Africa: National Broadcaster's CEO Suspended
  44. Zimbabwe: EU, U.S. Concerned About Spike in Violence
  45. Malawi: Govt Plays Double Standards On Same-Sex Relationships
  46. Africa: The G20 and the Lack of Global Leadership
  47. Malawi: FA Malawi CEO Admits Using Juju for National Team
  48. South Africa: SAA Cuts Hundreds of Jobs
  49. South Africa: Poultry Veterinary Trade Protocol Agreed with United States
  50. Intratrek wins another power tender
  51. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Xi’s State visit boon for Look East Policy
  52. Smash ‘n’ grab race on
  53. David Whitehead eyes factory re-tooling
  54. Bosso thump Chipangano
  55. We’ll finish the job on time: Chinese engineers
  56. WhaWha bid farewell to PSL
  57. Second Literature Festival beckons
  58. SA rand on the backfoot
  59. Cross-Macaphulana ‘crash doctrine’: Failure of opposition
  60. Nigeria: Buhari Orders Arrest of Ex-NSA Dasuki, Others Indicted in Arms Contract Repo
  61. Nigeria: Ex-Footballer Samson Siasia's Mother Kidnapped
  62. Nigeria: Deadly Explosion Hits Yola - Many Feared Killed
  63. Nigeria: Deputy Senate Ekweremadu Escapes Assassination Attempt
  64. Egypt: Russia's 'Final' Investigation Results Say Plane Downed in 'Terrorist Act'
  65. Africa: Science in Muslim World Improved but Still Dismal
  66. Tunisia: GAFSA - Agreement to Reduce So2 Emissions to Be Signed Before End of Year
  67. Egypt: Egypt Says No Proof Yet of Bomb On Russian Plane
  68. Tunisia: Rally in Tunis Against Terror Attacks in Tunisia, Lebanon, and France
  69. Nigeria: Buhari's Cabinet - Solid Choices, but Too Few Women and Too Elitist
  70. Nigeria: Many More People Killed Despite Unprecedented Arms Spending
  71. Senegal: How Can Govt Combat Illegal Fishing?
  72. Nigeria: UNICEF Treats One Million Children Suffering From Malnutrition
  73. Ghana: My Country Has Run Out of Power - Mahama Admits in France
  74. Kenya: Special Education for Down Syndrome Students
  75. Kenya: France to Pay Fees for Garissa University Terror Attack Survivors
  76. Kenya: How Groups of Coffee Farmers Overcame Cartel
  77. Somalia: Parliament Passes Motion For the Withdrawal of Kenyan Forces
  78. Burundi: Judge in Bujumbura Calls Media Director to Court
  79. South Africa: Why Student Leaders Should Be Elected On Merit
  80. Angola: Barefoot Activists' Trial Begins
  81. Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Align With Climate-Smart Agriculture Amid Food Deficits
  82. Botswana: Councillors in Fist Fight
  83. South Africa: World Preemie Day - Help a Tiny Baby Live Another Day
  84. South Africa: Water Shedding, Fines for Free State Towns
  85. Malawi: Rains Cause Havoc
  86. South Africa: Eskom Celebrates 100 Days Without Load Shedding
  87. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Je suis la vie: All lives matter Mr Hollande
  88. Hlongwane calls for calm
  89. ‘VAT a threat to tourism growth’
  90. Women Arts Festival to engage male artistes
  91. MicroKing takeover talks almost complete
  92. Antipas rallies Gamecocks
  93. Mapeza wary of Flame Lily
  94. SA rand weakens
  95. Waiting for the Fourth Chimurenga
  96. Gold prices slip
  97. UNESCO to fund skulls’ repatriation
  98. Farmers kick-start cropping season
  99. Paris attacks shock President
  100. Africa needs another revolution: President
  101. Miss Zim smiles on albinos
  102. This is your captain speaking
  103. MTN wins respite over huge Nigerian fine
  104. EDITORIAL COMMENT: School audits funding needs rethink
  105. Chiyangwa under pressure
  106. Emily Kachote makes strides in fashion
  107. Egypt: Police Kill Sudanese Migrants At Israel Border
  108. Egypt: Sudanese Refugees Killed on Israel Border
  109. Morocco: Knock, Knock... Who's There?
  110. Egypt: Standard and Poor's Downgrades Egypt's Outlook, Expects Growth Supported By 'B
  111. Algeria: Mohamed Abdelaziz Denounces Moroccan Hindrances to Peace Process
  112. Nigeria: Army Threatens to Deal With Soldiers Failing to Crush Biafra Agitators
  113. Nigeria: Army Arrests Another Boko Haram Kingpin
  114. Nigeria: Military Destroys Boko Haram's Bomb, Rocket Making Factory
  115. Nigeria: Nigeria Remains One, Indivisible Country - Buhari
  116. Nigeria: Nationwide Fuel Scarcity Looms
  117. East Africa: Military 'Standby Force' Joins Talks on Crisis
  118. Uganda: Patients in Kisoro Hospital Now Buy Gloves for Doctors
  119. Kenya: Boda Boda Riders 'Major Cause of Road Accidents'
  120. Seychelles: Rare Conservation Success in Seychelles
  121. South Africa: Severe Thunderstorms Warning in Gauteng
  122. South Africa: Does Destiny's Ulo Cover Show It Doesn't Really Get #feesmustfall?
  123. South Africa: Graduate Tells of Paris Attack
  124. Malawi: Mutharika Warns Opposition Against Slurs
  125. South Africa: Surfer Braves Cold to Set Guinness World Record
  126. South Africa: Tongaat Hulett to Cut Jobs, Salaries As Drought Hits Profit
  127. South Africa: Jacob Zuma Likes to Be Cast As a Man of the People. but Is He?
  128. South Africa: Three Killed When Bakkie Plunges Down Cliff
  129. An African Business Renaissance
  130. QC Black Business Expo – Nov. 21
  131. President Mugabe Is ‘A Lion Of Africa’, Says American Ambassador
  132. Egyptian Soldiers Slaughter African Refugees Attempting To Enter Israel
  133. From The Mouths Of Babes – The Gantt Report
  134. Nigeria: Buhari Asks World Leaders to Step Up Multilateral Actions Against Terrorism
  135. Egypt: Flights to Russia Suspended 'Until Further Notice'
  136. Egypt/Chad: Chad Shock Egypt, Algeria Rally to Draw By David Legge
  137. Tanzania/Algeria: Slimani Double Frustrate Tanzania
  138. Tunisia: Tunisia's Championship - Day 5 Results
  139. Nigeria: Scholar Solves 156-Year-Old Problem in Maths
  140. Nigeria: ICC Lists Eight Possible War Crimes Against Nigerian Military, Boko Haram
  141. Nigeria: Buhari On Right Track in Battle Against Boko Haram - U.S
  142. Africa: Shocks Set Up African Qualifying Drama
  143. Nigeria: The Biafra of Their Dream
  144. South Sudan: Unity in Horizon As Parties Agree On Joint Govt
  145. Kenya: Kenya Intensifies Security After Paris Terror
  146. Ethiopia/Congo-Kinshasa: Congo Topple Ethiopia in Seven-Goal Thriller
  147. Kenya: Kenya Stands With France in War On Terror, Uhuru Says After Paris Attacks
  148. Angola: Activists in Court Over 'Nonviolent' Book
  149. South Africa: Drought Continues in South Africa
  150. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Not a Member, but Mugabe Off to G-20 Summit in Turkey
  151. Africa: FIFA Clears Five Candidates to Replace Blatter
  152. South Africa: South African Tells of Sombre and Mournful Paris
  153. Zimbabwe: Economy in Tailspin
  154. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Scoffs At Zanu-PF Links
  155. College fails to produce exam results in 3 years
  156. Low business force closure of shops
  157. Zhuwao calls for unity in Mash West
  158. Invest in call centres: SK
  159. Audit: Government asks schools to pay
  160. Econet disconnects 1 million subscribers
  161. Govt gazettes rent, farm levies
  162. DeMbare squeeze through
  163. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim youths need reorientation
  164. CBZ scoops best governed company award
  165. Egypt: Cabinet Deplores Paris Terrorist Attacks
  166. Egypt: Update - Egypt Officially Notified, Cancels Egyptair Flight to Moscow Saturday
  167. Mauritania/Tunisia: World Cup 2018 - Qualifiers - 2nd Round - Tunisia Beat Mauritania
  168. Morocco: King Offers Condolences to France on Attacks in Paris
  169. Africa: Isis Claims Paris Attack
  170. Africa: Africa Gears for Infrastructural Boom
  171. Nigeria: Buhari Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Paris
  172. Africa: Africa Has Hugely Talented Players - Saintfiet
  173. Nigeria/Swaziland: Eagles Drop Points Against 'Unknown' Swaziland
  174. Nigeria/Swaziland: Road to 2018 FIFA World Cup - Swaziland Frustrate Eagles
  175. Africa: Africa Stands in Solidarity With France
  176. Burundi: Obama Calls on Leaders, Military and People to Work for Peace
  177. Tanzania: Zanzibari Leaders in Reconciliation Talks
  178. Burundi: Opposition Calls for President to Step Down
  179. Kenya: Trade Talks to Inject Millions Into Economy
  180. Malawi: SMS Project to Empower People Living With HIV Needs More Publicity
  181. Africa: Flying Under the Radar - Seabirds Hold the Key to Healthy Fisheries
  182. South Africa: Paris Attacks Condemned Around the World
  183. South Africa: Zuma Reaches Out to France As Terror Grips Country
  184. South Africa: Pistorius Reports for Community Service
  185. South Africa: Deputy President Sued Over Marikana Massacre
  186. Mozambique: Renamo Gunmen Force Closure of Ten Schools
  187. Tunisia: 4th UNWTO International Conference On Tourism and the Media Opens
  188. Algeria: Algeria, China Sign MOU On Creation of Metro, Tram Train Manufacturing Plant
  189. Algeria: WFP Forced to Reduce Rations for 'Forgotten' Sahrawi Refugees
  190. Libya: Top UN Relief Official Welcomes Release of Aid Workers Held Captive for Months
  191. Egypt: Cabinet Reviews Report On Russian Airliner Crash
  192. Togo: Rising Seas Ruin Lives
  193. Liberia: US Lifts Liberia Sanctions Citing Democratic Progress
  194. Nigeria: Nigerians Among 250 Influential Women in the World
  195. Sierra Leone: Shame and Stigma - a Conversation On Pregnant Girls' Rights in Sierra L
  196. Africa: University Autonomy - Insights From Tanzania, Uganda and Nigeria
  197. Burundi: Ugandan Minister Arrives to Mediate Crisis
  198. Kenya: Europe, U.S. Slap Visa Ban on Graft Suspects
  199. South Africa: Leaving the ICC Won't Absolve Govt of Legal Obligations
  200. East Africa: Hunger to Worsen as El Nino Strikes the Region
  201. Kenya: 70 MPs Spend Millions at Ruto ICC Case
  202. Angola: Independence Celebrations Marred By Crackdown
  203. Zimbabwe: Scandal-Hit Wildlife Industry Fears for Its Future
  204. South Africa: Five Provinces Declared Drought Disaster Areas
  205. South Africa: Two Children 'Missing' in Warden Bus Blaze
  206. South Africa: Outlook Bleak for Already Battered Consumers
  207. South Africa: Afrikaans Language Downgraded at Varsity
  208. South Africa: Obama Calls Zuma to Discuss Meat and the Middle East
  209. Carelse-Juul cleared . . . but Chiyangwa cries foul
  210. Beautiful history in the skies
  211. An irony that baffles me
  212. ‘Swag is for boys, class is for men’
  213. Dufty dreams big
  214. Meikles platinum jubilee celebrations
  215. Choosing sport as a profession: Opportunities, challenges
  216. SA varsity to drop Afrikaans
  217. City reconsiders open space worship by-laws
  218. Tsipa sidelined
  219. Nigeria: Army Cautions Agitators Against Treasonable Felony
  220. Egypt: Egypt to Lose Billions If Flight Suspensions Continue
  221. Egypt: Nine Civilians Killed in Arish Attack - Governor
  222. Africa: EU-Africa Summit On Migration Opens in Valletta
  223. Egypt: UN Human Rights Experts Welcome Release of Egyptian Journalist and Rights Defe
  224. Libya: Journalists Repeatedly Targeted By Libyan Militias
  225. Nigeria: Five-Time Champions - the Story of the Golden Eaglets
  226. Nigeria: How I Bent the Rule in Appointing Perm Secs - - Buhari
  227. Nigeria: Court Halts Trial of Senate President Saraki
  228. Nigeria: What's Stopping Women From Being Screened for Cancer?
  229. Africa: FIFA Clears Sexwale for Presidency
  230. Tanzania: New Vote Expected in Zanzibar
  231. Uganda: Museveni Explains Dwindling Support
  232. Somalia: U.S. Offers Huge Bounty for Al-Shabaab Militants
  233. Burundi: UN to Vote On Burundi As Violence Escalates
  234. Kenya: Free Maternity Services Stop in Nairobi
  235. Africa: Europe Launches U.S.$2 Billion Migration Fund
  236. South Africa: Seeking Divine Intervention From the Drought
  237. South Africa: Is the Springbok Coach Just a Whipping Boy?
  238. South Africa: The Media Sells Black Pain: A Woman's Experience From #FeesMustFall
  239. South Africa: Eskom Aims to Claw Back R22.8 Billion Via Tariffs
  240. South Africa: Slum Fire Detectors Radio for Help
  241. Malawi: Lilongwe Faces Massive Power Cuts
  242. The day we lost our school uniforms
  243. Man’s maintenance arrears hit $34 000
  244. Zanzibar faces fresh elections
  245. It’s EasyCall time
  246. Delta mulls new Chibuku Super plants
  247. Harare City offers Mahachi $500k
  248. Our case is far much better — jazz diva
  249. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Action needed on corrupt elements
  250. 200MW power deal on course