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  1. Morocco: The Hassan II Mosque, 22 Years On
  2. Nigeria: Air Force Intensifies Attacks On Boko Haram
  3. Nigeria: Why I Snubbed Mikel - Oliseh
  4. Liberia: Does Sirleaf Support Her VP's Presidential Bid?
  5. Liberia: Sirleaf Supports Shorter Terms for Elected Officials
  6. Mauritania: Jailed Anti-Slavery Activist to Boycott Court Hearing
  7. Burundi: 'If The War is Not Coming Back, Why Are People Being Killed?'
  8. Tanzania: What's Behind the Conflict Between People and Animals
  9. Rwanda: Role of Constitutional Review Team Explained
  10. South Sudan: Reporter Killed Days After President's Threat
  11. South Sudan: What Will It Take to Secure a Lasting Peace in South Sudan?
  12. Africa: Why South Africa's Economy Is Likely to Grow More Slowly Than Its Potential
  13. South Africa: Khoi, San Want Recognition As First People of SA
  14. South Africa: Why Country Needs Better Laws for Stem Cell Research and Therapy
  15. Swaziland: Swaziland 'To Build $3bn Shipping Port'
  16. Angola: National Police Covers Up the Kidnapping of Activists
  17. South Africa: Marikana Changed My Life - Rehad Desai, Storyteller Activist
  18. South Africa: Lessons That Can Be Learnt From Dockworkers Who Helped Bring Apartheid
  19. Zimbabwe: Minister Moves to Stop Harare Council Sackings
  20. I’ve no tiff with VPs: First Lady
  21. UN imposes sanctions on CAR diamond firm
  22. Tensions rise in Korean Peninsula. . . as Kim Jong Un rallies DPRK forces into state
  23. Soldiers jailed 25 years for rape
  24. President commends Women’s League
  25. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Fertiliser price cut boost for food security
  26. Fuel prices go down
  27. Beyond the social class gap
  28. Bar Talk: ‘Sodom and Gomorrah’ at our door step
  29. CAPS turn to Fugo for goals
  30. Mugabe Tells The Truth About White South Africans
  31. 10 Things You Should Know About South Africa’s Ultra-Rich
  32. Southern African States To Build On Mugabe’s Legacy
  33. St. Louis Neighborhood Erupts After Cops Kill Another Black Teen
  34. Surveillance Of Black Lives Matter Movement Recalls COINTELPRO Tactics
  35. Libya’s Prime Minister Quits On Television?
  36. Meet The 7-Year-Old American Who Is Murdering Lions In Africa
  37. Egypt: Alkarama Denounces Adoption of Restrictive Anti-Terrorism Law
  38. South Africa: The Risks Attached to Nation's Nuclear Energy Strategy
  39. RBZ mulls public protector office
  40. When King Peter and maveerick bruce made zim dare dream of the World Cup
  41. Zinara releases $16m to councils
  42. Cde chinx’s unknown battle
  43. EDITORIAL COMMENT: MDC-T myopia vindicates electorate
  44. No joy for death row inmates
  45. ZBC hoists satellite uplink
  46. Homelink targets more diaspora inflows
  47. Dream Star set for LongCheng Plaza
  48. First Lady exonerates VPs
  49. Egypt: Car Bomb Explodes at Homeland Security Building
  50. Tunisia: Two Unknown Individuals Open Fire On Three Policemen in Sousse, One Policema
  51. Tunisia: Hunting Rifle Used in Sousse Attack On Police - Interior Ministry
  52. Mali: International Mediation Concerned Over Clashes in Kidal, Calls for Respect of A
  53. Egypt: Apparent Isis Statement Claims Cairo Police Building Bombing
  54. Senegal: Country Mourns Master Drummer Doudou N'Diaye Rose
  55. Nigeria: Boko Haram Didn't Kill 150 in Yobe - Army
  56. Nigeria: Kano Marks 100 'Illegal Structures' for Demolition
  57. Nigeria: Govt Probes Visa Granted to Wanted Terrorist
  58. Nigeria: NBC Bans Shakiti Bobo, Fans Mi, Other Songs
  59. Burundi: Defying Protests, Burundi's President Nkurunziza Sworn in for Third Term
  60. Kenya: Ruto Suffers Blow After ICC Judges Allow Use of Hostile Evidence
  61. Kenya: Press Reporting On a Woman Brigadier Reinforced Patriarchy
  62. South Sudan: US Proposes UN Arms Embargo
  63. Kenya: Kiplagat Beaten in World Athletics Federation Election
  64. South Africa: Gupta-Owned Mining Company's Assets Seized
  65. South Africa: Pistorius's Lawyers Mum After Minister's Intervention
  66. South Africa: PHOTO: Five Killed As Car Ripped to Pieces
  67. South Africa: Archbishop Tutu on New Medication
  68. South Africa: Pistorius's Parole Suspended
  69. Zimbabwe: Govt Blocks City's Bid to Fire 3 000
  70. Africa: Southern Africa - Gender Equality Still a Far Cry in the Media
  71. Africa: Witness - Sidelined in South Africa for Being Different
  72. Europe’s Forgotten History: From “Human Zoos” To “Human Trophies” Displayed In Coloni
  73. Positive Thoughts, Positive Life – The Gantt Report
  74. British Government Racism, Europe’s Shame? The Plight Of Refugees And Migrants
  75. UN Soldiers Accused Of Raping More Children In Central African Republic
  76. Ethiopian Planes Bombard Al-Shabaab Bases In Somalia
  77. The Cover-Up Of Torture In America’s Prisons
  78. Too Many Black Women Have This, And It’s Killing Them Slowly!
  79. South Africa: Facebook Designer - Personal Projects Can Land You Dream Job
  80. South Africa: Op-Ed - Dear South Africa, I'm Sorry
  81. EDITORIAL COMMENTS: World Bank gesture shows goodwill
  82. Sweet win for champs
  83. Zimbabwe open to foreign investment
  84. Between the music generations….new documentary explores music inheritance
  85. Employers oppose Labour Amendment Bill
  86. Chickens come home to roost for ex-MPs
  87. Pre-paid meters save 100Mw monthly
  88. Local artistes ready for Davido
  89. Dysfunctional Zifa now a cancer
  90. 200 lose jobs at Zimpost
  91. Tunisia: Rise in Unemployment Rate of 15.2 Percent in Second Quarter of 2015 - INS
  92. Egypt: More Than 3,600 Cross Rafah in Both Directions
  93. Libya: UNHCR to Help Libya Improve Response to Boats in Distress Off Its Coast
  94. Egypt: Counterterrorism Law Erodes Basic Rights
  95. Libya: UN Human Rights Office Alarmed By Reports of Recurring Violence By ISIL
  96. Nigeria: More than 10m Children out of School - Unicef
  97. Nigeria: Republic of Benin to Link Rail Line to Nigeria
  98. Liberia: Sirleaf Rejects Proposition To 'Christianize' Liberia
  99. Nigeria: Sex Workers Protest Over Demolition of Anambra Brothels
  100. Mauritania: Anti-Slavery Law Threatened By NGO Crackdown Plan - Activists
  101. Tanzania: Govt Suspends Job Agencies Over Child Trafficking Claims
  102. South Sudan: Sign Peace Deal or Face UN Sanctions, Says U.S.
  103. Kenya: Nurses' Strike Hits Counties
  104. Ethiopia: Emergency Assistance Demand Rises to 4.5m People
  105. Somalia: Wife of Somali PM arrested At JKIA Carrying Bullets in Bag
  106. South Africa: Crystal Meth Worth U.S.$6 Million Found at Airport
  107. South Africa: Decision to Release Pistorius Suspended
  108. South Africa: The Lion Kings - the Idyllic and the Wretched...
  109. South Africa: Masutha to Make Decision On Oscar Petition Before Friday
  110. Zimbabwe: Cecil's Cubs, His Three Wives, Are Fine - Researcher
  111. South Africa: What's the Attraction of Nuclear Energy?
  112. Black Women Are Going Bald — But What’s The Root Cause?
  113. 10 Things You Must Experience In Ethiopia
  114. The Top Ten Worst States In America To Raise Black Children
  115. Nigeria’s Lagos To Implement Development Plan
  116. Video Catches 14 Cops Gang Up On Homeless Amputee
  117. Why Now Is The Worst Time In American History To Be A Renter
  118. Massive Ethiopian Dam Begins Power Production
  119. Southern Africa: Opposition Asks SADC Chair to Put Zimbabwe Crisis Back On Agenda
  120. South Africa: Masutha to Seek Advice On Oscar's Release - Reports
  121. Egypt: Terror Law Violates 'Fundamental Freedoms'
  122. Morocco: UN Must End State of 'Inertia' Characterizing Peace Plan, Says Polisario Fro
  123. Libya: 'They Won't Succeed in Untangling the Chaos'
  124. Libya: Govt Calls for Airstrikes On IS-Held City
  125. Tunisia: Reconciliation Bill Threatens Gains of the Revolution
  126. Sierra Leone: No New Ebola Cases Reported for First Time Since Outbreak - UN
  127. Liberia: Ebola Scares Off Trainee Nurses in Liberia
  128. Cameroon: Sustainable Farming Reaping Benefits for Women
  129. Sierra Leone: Statistics Sierra Leone Poised to Conduct 2015 Census
  130. Nigeria: Govt to Install CCTV Nationwide
  131. South Sudan: President Kiir Refuses to Sign Peace Deal
  132. Kenya: Former VP's Family in London to Fetch His 'Soul'
  133. Uganda: Besigye and the Crowds - Is It the Unfinished Revolution?
  134. East Africa: Worst El Nino in 60 Years on Way - Experts
  135. South Sudan: Kiir Threatens to Kill Journalists
  136. Zimbabwe: What Next for Joice Mujuru?
  137. Africa: What It Takes to Make Community Health Workers Better At Servicing the Poor
  138. Malawi: President Reshuffles Cabinet
  139. South Africa: Mandela Grandson Charged With Rape
  140. Africa: 500 000 Children With Disabilities Excluded from Education System
  141. South Africa: Parliament Adopts Nkandla Report
  142. South Africa: The Rainbow Nation Is a Lie, and Other Lessons From the 2015 Ruth First
  143. Zimbabwe: Forest Carbon Programme Not All It Seems
  144. Bring on Elephants
  145. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Land Barons: Kasukuwere on right track
  146. ZBC reshuffles management
  147. World Bank avails $20m grant to Zim
  148. President returns from Sadc Summit
  149. Zim Hip-hop awards rebrand
  150. Canada keen to improve ties
  151. Mhere relishes US tour
  152. Arda invests $600m in various projects
  153. Damning zifa report out
  154. This Is What An Arrest For A Bicycle Helmet “Violation” Looks Like In A Police State
  155. Black America Has No Leader. Not Even Obama
  156. The ‘Chinese-Ification Of South Africa’ Has Many Unhappy. How About We Beat Them At T
  157. Abubakar Shekau ‘Ousted’ As Leader Of Boko Haram
  158. “How I Built A $3.5 Million Company At Age 15”
  159. 5 Black-Owned Companies You’ve Never Heard Of That Make $500 Million Or More A Year
  160. Putin’s Russia And Africa
  161. Libya: Progress but Little Punch in Libya Peace Talks
  162. Egypt: In Egypt, a New Law Muzzles the Messenger
  163. Egypt: Russia Hands Egypt Missile Ship - Statement
  164. Libya: UN Mission Condemns ISIL Attacks in Sirte, Urges Libyans to Unite Against Terr
  165. Egypt: Three More Die From Egypt's Brutal Heat, Toll Rises to 95
  166. Nigeria: My Encounter With Boko Haram Foot Soldiers - Barrister Aisha
  167. Ghana: Doctors' Strike Paralyses Public Health System
  168. Nigeria: Shekau Resurfaces, Says 'Am Still In Charge'
  169. Nigeria: Shekau Rebuffs Idriss Deby's Claims, Says I Am Alive, in Charge
  170. West Africa: Hygiene Protocols Keep Classrooms in Hard-Hit West Africa Free of Ebola
  171. Kenya: Graft Scam in Traffic Courts Uncovered
  172. Ethiopia: Govt Dismisses Need for Food Aid as Drought Looms
  173. South Sudan: John Garang Remembered 10 Years On
  174. Uganda: Why Are Uganda's Schools Disappearing?
  175. Uganda: Project Helps to Curb Spread of Mother-to-Child HIV Infection
  176. Botswana: Wildlife Gives Early Warning of Antibiotic Resistance
  177. South Africa: State Begins Pistorius Appeal Process
  178. South Africa: Zuma's Wife Breaks Silence on Poison Claims
  179. South Africa: No Ankle Bracelet for Oscar
  180. South Africa: Activist Groups Slam Celebrity E-Tolls Campaign
  181. South Africa: Zuma 'Outraged' Over Attack On Marikana Judge
  182. South Africa: Cape Plane Crash Could Have Been 'Procedure That Went Wrong' - Expert
  183. South Africa: Opposition Parties to Present Own Nkandla Report - DA
  184. Draft Labour Bill outlaws child labour
  185. A hero comes along
  186. Unki engages ZimAlloys
  187. Great tribute to Chopper
  188. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Harare City Council must be vigilant
  189. Companies pledge support for Chimbetu school
  190. DeMbare to set up Byo base
  191. IMF delegation expected in the country
  192. Canadian envoy meets Mnangagwa
  193. Govt to assume RBZ’s $1,4bn debt
  194. Jacob Zuma Has Ruined The Legacy Of South Africa?
  195. 16 New Facts About Africa’s Population That You Need To Know
  196. The Firsthand Racism I Experienced In Australia
  197. Forgotten Genocide: Namibia’s Quest For Reparations
  198. War On The Black Community – The Gantt Report
  199. Migrant Haters Of Europe, You Might Want To Run And Hide, For Your Future Depends On
  200. Libya: ISIS Executes 22 Militants in Gaddafi's Hometown
  201. Egypt: Egypt, FAO to Exchange Data, Agricultural Statistics
  202. Egypt: Al Azhar Mourns Martyrs of Siwa Military Jet Crash
  203. Egypt: 374 Vessels Cross Suez Canal in Both Directions in First Week After Inaugurati
  204. Egypt: Minister - Egp 6 Million Earmarked for Eastern Port Said Project
  205. Nigeria: Ruling Party Accuses Jonathan's Govt of Looting Trillions
  206. Mali: Roadside Bombs, Insecurity Cuts Off Neediest in Mali - Aid Groups
  207. Sierra Leone: Trust Key Post-Ebola Economic Recovery
  208. West Africa: West Africa Mobilises Against Maritime Insecurity
  209. Nigeria: Air Force Strikes Boko Haram Stronghold
  210. Burundi: Former Army Chief Bikomagu Shot Dead
  211. Kenya: Suspected Al-Shabaab Militants Storm Village, Offer Protection
  212. South Africa: Judgment Reserved in Bashir Appeal Bid
  213. Ethiopia: Drought Affecting Millions Worsens Food Insecurity as Gov't Appeals for Eme
  214. South Sudan: Month-Long Blockade of Aid Routes Lifted, Allowing UN to Access Conflict
  215. South Africa: Nation Remembers Marikana Tragedy
  216. South Africa: Plane From Namibia Crashes in Cape Suburb
  217. South Africa: Politicians Turn Marikana Memorial into Rally
  218. Zimbabwe: God Unconvinced By Would-Be Successors of Mugabe - Grace
  219. South Africa: Radical Change Needed for Universities to Make It Easier for People to
  220. South Africa: Cabinet Grants Transnet Licence for Manganese Terminal
  221. Southern Africa: Excavating Meaning From the Complex Myths of San People
  222. Summit to welcome new leaders, bid one farewell
  223. Dairy industry records 8pc growth
  224. Harare loses millions in billing anomaly
  225. City constructs vending booths
  226. July inflation gains marginally
  227. EDITORIAL COMMENT: New Sadc chair mustn’t reinvent the wheel
  228. ‘Over to you ladies’
  229. Mutuma powers champs home
  230. CFI seeks $20m to recapitalise
  231. SA musicians to grace Gwanda festival
  232. Egypt: Death Toll Rises as Temperatures Continue to Soar
  233. Africa: Dozens of Migrants Die On Boat in Mediterranean
  234. Tunisia: Survey On the Situation of Syrian and Libyan Refugees in Tunisia
  235. Tunisia: Government and Ugtt Examine Possibility to Delay Deduction of Strikers' Wage
  236. Tunisia: Public Communication and Information Unity to Be Created Shortly Within Inte
  237. Nigeria: U.S. Exporting Arms to Nigeria Despite 'Ban'
  238. Senegal: World Bank Supports Govt Effort to Meet Electricity Demand
  239. West Africa: UNHCR Concern About Return of Nigerians, Shrinking Humanitarian Space
  240. Nigeria: Nigerian Shortlisted to Fly to Space
  241. Nigeria: Helicopter Crash - Full Investigation Commences With Black Box Recovery, Say
  242. Burundi: UN Human Rights Office Warns Crisis 'Spiralling Out of Control'
  243. Somalia: Parliament Accepts Motion of No Confidence Against President
  244. Somalia: Rights Group Seeks AU Probe Into Wedding Deaths
  245. South Sudan: On Pace for a Second, Exceptionally Severe Malaria Season
  246. South Sudan: UNHCR Delivers Relief to 25,000 Displaced People in South Sudan
  247. Zimbabwe: Govt Amending Labour Law to Stop Job Losses
  248. Southern Africa: Mugabe Set to Hand Over SADC Chair to Botswana's Khama
  249. South Africa: Marikana Miners Seek Hefty Compensation from Govt
  250. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Recalls Parliament Over Job Losses - Report