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  1. Nigeria: Hajj Tragedy - Amosun Commiserates With Deceased's Families
  2. South Africa: Cabinet Calls for Solutions to Ana Challenges
  3. South Africa: Cabinet Welcomes Appointment of Magistrates
  4. South Africa: SA to Host Top Renewable Energy Conference
  5. South Africa: SA Announced As Chair of OPG
  6. Zimbabwe: Soldiers Lock Messenger of Court Out At ZBC's Pockets Hill Over U.S.$300,00
  7. Zambia: President Lungu's Political Advisor Arrested
  8. Zambia: Kaiser Zulu Has Bigger Problems With President Lungu
  9. Malawi: U.S. Announces $15.7m Food Aid Package
  10. Tunisia: Izmir Challenger 2015 - Malek Jaziri Eliminated At Semi-Finals
  11. Tunisia: Tunisia Takes Part in UN Sustainable Development Summit 2015
  12. Tunisia: Seven Individuals Suspected of Belonging to Terrorist Movement Arrested
  13. Nigeria: Saraki's Wife Takes Case for IDP Camps Newborn UN General Assembly
  14. Kenya: Kenyan Leaders At UN New York Meeting Optimistic New Goals Will Help Fight Pov
  15. Kenya: Four Who Shot and Killed Uhuru Kin Sentenced to Death
  16. Kenya: New Global Agenda to End Poverty By 2030 Adopted At UN Meeting
  17. Burundi: Crisis Continues to Simmer
  18. Kenya: Kenya Takes Ruto Case to UN Forum
  19. Nigeria: How Nigeria Missed Crucial UN Meeting On Boko Haram
  20. Nigeria: 200 Boko Haram Fighters Surrender to Govt
  21. Egypt: Two Conscripts Killed, 16 Injured in Arish Bombing - Interior Ministry
  22. Nigeria: President Buhari's Cabinet List Out Wednesday
  23. South Africa: Man in Dock for Bank Bomb Threats
  24. South Africa: Four Children Drown After Rowing Boat Overturns in KZN
  25. South Africa: 'Hijackers' Nabbed After Boksburg, Germiston Robbery Spree
  26. Drought relief gets underway
  27. Geyser ban to save 300MW
  28. Call to protect spouses property rights
  29. Govt rolls out measles, rubella vaccine
  30. Kasukuwere warns rogue Zanu-PF supporters
  31. Parly to probe Youth Fund
  32. Parastatals to hold annual general meetings
  33. Let’s focus on economy: Kereke
  34. Cotton companies start to register
  35. Province seeks Chivende national hero status
  36. The 15 Biggest Individual Landowners On The Planet
  37. 168 African Pilgrims Dead In Saudi Arabia
  38. Saudi Arabian Officials Shift Blame On Africans For Pilgrimage Deaths
  39. Burkina Faso: Army Traitors Unit Disbanded, Assets Frozen
  40. Egypt: Death Toll of Egyptians in Haj Stampede Rises to 37 - Minister
  41. Nigeria: Polio Is No Longer Endemic in Nigeria
  42. South Africa: Three Hurt As Whale Strikes Yacht Near Fish Hoek
  43. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Geysers are not the problem, Mr Mbiriri
  44. $10bn needed for power plants
  45. Dube on the rocks
  46. Bold, beautiful and loud
  47. Home-seekers lose $8m to Mabamba, court told
  48. Cabinet approves education curriculum framework
  49. Tight power cuts schedule out
  50. CAPS Utd in bullish mood
  51. Bar Talk:Of promises and vicarious riches
  52. Blatter quizzed, office raided
  53. Egypt: Despite Pardon, Some Remain Inside Egypt's Prisons
  54. Egypt: Militants Clash with Security Forces
  55. Egypt: Harassment Crimes Continue Despite Security Presence - Anti-Harassment Initiat
  56. Egypt: Egypt's Sisi Urges International Community to Address Obstacles to Development
  57. Egypt: Egyptian Expats in Ny Organize Rapturous Reception to Sisi
  58. Mali: Militant on Trial for Timbuktu Destruction
  59. Burkina Faso: Govt Disbands Presidential Guard Responsible for Coup
  60. Burkina Faso: Govt Bans Radio Station
  61. Nigeria: Boko Haram Invades DSS Office, Kidnappers Attack Police
  62. Burkina Faso: Govt Disbands Unit Behind Failed Coup
  63. East Africa: New Trends in Mobile Offerings
  64. Kenya: Heed Court Order On Teachers' Pay Dispute
  65. Kenya: Conservationists Urged to Empower Locals
  66. Kenya: Opposition Failing to Offer Alternative Solutions to Kenya
  67. Kenya: Kenya Athletes Ready to Shine in Berlin Race
  68. Malawi: Nation Facing Worst Food Crisis in Decade
  69. Mozambique: Police, Renamo in Deadly Clash
  70. South Africa: Humiliated Rugby Team Surges Back in World Cup
  71. Angola: Attempts At Peaceful Protests Are Now "Undemocratic" in Angola
  72. Malawi: Cancer - When Malawi Women Die for Lack of Knowledge
  73. South Africa: Policeman Killed Outside Cape Town Tavern
  74. Malawi: Conversation with President Mutharika
  75. Namibia: Lady May in Hospital After Accident
  76. Egypt: 14 Egyptians Die in Haj Stampede
  77. Algeria: Crush in Mina (Mecca) - Death of Three Algerian Hajjis
  78. Africa: EU to Use Warships to Curb Human Traffickers
  79. Egypt: Sisi Expected to Hold High-Profile Meetings During New York Visit
  80. Africa: Hilal Eyes Third Final Against USMA
  81. Nigeria: Saraki and Nigeria's Game of Thrones
  82. Nigeria: Goodluck Jonathan Gave It All as Jesus Christ Did - Governor Fayose
  83. Nigeria: Four Matches You Must Watch This Weekend
  84. Nigeria: Fayose to Buhari - It's Wrong to Appoint Inlaw As INEC Boss
  85. Nigeria: Buhari Arrives in New York for UN Summit
  86. Africa: Africa Looks West Once Again
  87. Rwanda: Rape Survivors Jailed for Abortion
  88. Uganda: Former PM Endorsed as Opposition Flagbearer
  89. Kenya: Security Upped Amid Al-Shabaab Terrorism Threats
  90. Kenya: Lack of Groundwater Data Is Keeping Kenya Thirsty, Experts Say
  91. Zimbabwe: Nation Faces Serious Power Crisis
  92. Angola: Oil and Cement Don't Mix With Corruption in Angola
  93. Malawi: Govt Says No to UN on Homosexuality
  94. Swaziland: King Won't Meet Democracy Leaders
  95. South Africa: Brian Molefe Appointed As Eskom CEO
  96. South Africa: Many Died Right in Front of Us - South African in Mecca
  97. South Africa: Trevor Noah Named South African of the Year
  98. Video: Former NBA Star Devean George Developing Affordable Housing In Minneapolis
  99. Gunrunning?: Kenyan Authorities Find Undeclared Weapons In UN Vehicle
  100. Multiculturalism As White Racism’s New Weapon Against The Black Agenda
  101. Black America’s Failed Experiment With White House Politics And The Urgent Appeal For
  102. Nielsen: Black Americans Upending Stereotypes In Education, Income, Media And More
  103. Kenya: Local Pilgrims in Saudi Arabia Safe, Says Kenyan Body
  104. Kenya: Kenya Among Top Ten Most Searched Destinations, Says Report
  105. Malawi: Mutharika Markets Malawi in U.S.
  106. Namibia: President Receives Honorary Doctorate from U.S. University
  107. Africa: Crush in Mecca - 717 Dead, 805 Injured
  108. Nigeria: I Wanted to Hide for One Year - Goodluck Jonathan
  109. Africa: World Maritime Day - Senegal, Here's Your Chance
  110. Nigeria: Eyewitness Accounts of Hajj Tragedy
  111. West Africa: Pilgrims from Nigeria, Senegal, Chad, Niger Die in Hajj Stampede
  112. Egypt: Presidency Pardons 100 Including Sanaa Seif and Yara Sallam
  113. Burkina Faso: How to Get the Transition Back On Track
  114. Egypt: Pardons for Al Jazeera Journalists and Others Welcomed, but Hundreds Still Det
  115. Algeria: Six Algerians Injured in Hajj Crush
  116. Egypt: Al Jazeera Journalists Freed From Prison
  117. Kenya: Matatu Operators Call for End to Teachers' Strike
  118. Kenya: Solar Power Provider Connects 250,000 Homes to Its Network
  119. Uganda: MPs Move to End Cash for Presidential Candidates
  120. Congo-Kinshasa: S African Troops Pulled Out of DRC for Violations
  121. South Africa: Challenges in the Search for Genes Causing Eye Disease
  122. Africa: Why Heritage Should Interpret the Past and Forge the Future
  123. South Africa: Supreme Court of Appeal Gets First Female Deputy President
  124. Africa: Beware Health Claims of Cohabiting
  125. Angola: Oil Spill Affects Beaches
  126. From the village to Colombia
  127. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Concourt bail ruling restores trust
  128. Protection for home-seekers• Judge slams lawyers • . . . wants legal system tightened
  129. CHURCH, Govt & Diplomats join HANDS
  130. Mabamba arrested for selling State land
  131. Hajj stampede claims 717
  132. Parly in new appointments
  133. ‘We want to stay but . . . ’
  134. Crumbling zifa exposed
  135. SA recalls peacekeepers
  136. Any Self Claim African Reader Must Know Alexandre Dumas
  137. Africa Is Undeniably An Emerging Market
  138. Why South Africa Is Primed For A Fundamental Political Shift
  139. Video: A Brief History Of The Mass Incarceration Of Black Americans
  140. Burkina Faso: Deposed Burkina Faso President Reinstated
  141. The U.S. Government Tested AIDS Drugs On Foster Kids
  142. 8 African Americans Who Are Making Billions In The Real Estate Industry
  143. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kingpin, 42 Other Terrorists Arrested - Nigerian Army
  144. Nigeria: I Planned to 'Hide' for At Least 12 Months - - Jonathan
  145. Nigeria: Northern Military Bans Moving Vehicles Over Eid
  146. Nigeria: Not On Anyone's 100 Day Clock – A Look at President Buhari's Economic & Anti
  147. Kenya: It's Work for Learners As Strike Bites
  148. Kenya: Triple Tragedy As Fire Truck Kills Mourners
  149. Uganda: Kiprotich to Lead Kampala Charity Run
  150. Uganda: Makerere Students Invent Vaginal Infection Detection APP
  151. South Africa: 'Nothing Abnormal' About R1m Pay Hike for SABC Boss
  152. South Africa: The Banal Evil of Drug Pricing
  153. Egypt: Egypt's Sisi Pardons Al Jazeera Journalists
  154. Egypt: Egypt Agrees to Buy Warships France Built for Russia
  155. Egypt: Sisi Pardons 100 Including Sanaa Seif, Mohamed Fadel Fahmy
  156. Libya: Libyan Parties Encouraged to Act On UN-Backed Peace Plan
  157. Egypt: Head of Egyptian Pro-Democracy Movement Arrested
  158. Guinea Bissau: Crisis Averted - But for How Long?
  159. Burkina Faso: Deposed President Reinstated
  160. Nigeria: Central Bank Warns of Recession in 2016
  161. Burkina Faso: No Amnesty for Assassins, Says Civil Rights Leader
  162. Nigeria: Who Buhari Will Meet in New York
  163. Sudan: Time for U.S. to Press 'Reset' Button
  164. Kenya: Booksellers Worst Hit By Teachers Strike
  165. Kenya: Hundreds Left Homeless As Mombasa Houses Demolished
  166. Kenya: With Schools Closed, Pupils Can Only Turn to Libraries
  167. Africa: Eritreans Say They Also Deserve to Stay in Britain
  168. South Africa: What Nation Can Learn From Piketty About Addressing Inequality
  169. South Africa: Govt Must Give Legal Aid to Strike Victims
  170. Zimbabwe: Grace Wants 'Clean Sweep' of Mugabe's Office After Speech Debacle
  171. South Africa: Public Broadcaster's CEO Received 31 Percent Pay Hike
  172. Swaziland: Pudemo On Talks With Swazi King
  173. South Africa: Should Heritage Day Be Renamed Heritages Day?
  174. Malawi: Thousands of Children Out of School
  175. Africa: Why Special Steps Are Needed to Reduce Risk of Dementia
  176. From desperate widow to high flyer
  177. Econet Wireless blunders on infrastructure sharing
  178. Security agents intercept weapons, drugs on liner
  179. EDITORIAL COMMENT: License more ethanol producers
  180. Hlongwane hits ground running . . . Minister to come down hard on Zifa
  181. TelOne salary cut riles union
  182. Child abusers to face full wrath of the law
  183. Hungary accuses Merkel of ‘moral imperialism’
  184. Banks set aside $1bn for farmers
  185. Mixed bag for Chibuku Road to Fame finals
  186. Nigeria: Senate President Agrees to Appear at Tribunal
  187. Egypt: Mexican Tourists' Bodies Flown Out of Egypt - Airport Sources
  188. Egypt: Military Destroys 'Extremely Dangerous Terror Cell' Near Bahareya Oasis - Army
  189. Morocco: Sahrawi Delegation Takes Part in the Right of Peoples to Self-Determination
  190. Egypt: HRW - Egypt Has Evicted 3 200 Families From Gaza Border
  191. Egypt: Thousands Evicted in Sinai Demolitions
  192. Burkina Faso: Army Enters Capital to Disarm Coup Leaders
  193. Burkina Faso: Army 'Preparing to Raid Coup Leaders Camp'
  194. Burkina Faso: The Rocky Road to Democracy
  195. Nigeria: Nigeria Buries Slain Pilgrims in Mecca
  196. Liberia: Liberia Secures U.S.$256 Million American Grant
  197. Kenya: As Droughts Worsen, Joined-Up Adaptations Build Resilience
  198. Sudan: Report Accuses Govt Force of Rampage in Darfur
  199. Kenya: Race Against Time to Save the Last White Rhinos
  200. Kenya: Kenyan Atheists Want Ban On Preaching in Public Places
  201. Kenya: Multinationals Denying Kenya Billions of Shillings in Revenue
  202. Zambia: Chieftainess Stands Up Against Custom of Child Marriage
  203. South Africa: Guptagate - the Eskom Edition
  204. South Africa: SA Low On List of Dynamic Business Opportunities
  205. Malawi: Inflation Gathers Pace, Increases to 23%
  206. South Africa: Why Country Is Primed for Fundamental Political Realignment
  207. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Might Quit Before End of Tenure – Zanu-PF Officials
  208. South Africa: Ex-Soldier Allegedly Used Silencers to Poach Rhino in Kruger Park
  209. Mozambique: China's Slowdown May Threaten Mozambique's Growth
  210. Prof Moyo demands textbook duty removal
  211. Economic revival measures pay off
  212. ‘We need to shift base’…Former CAPS official’s prescription for league success
  213. Hippo Valley eyes ethanol market
  214. Judgment reserved in adultery case
  215. Nzimande pledges to tackle varsities transformation
  216. Abusive messages land losing candidate in trouble
  217. Ire over 5 000 percent rise in Aids drug price
  218. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Untainted leaders required to run PSMAS
  219. Zim actress shines in Nigeria
  220. A Year After Murdering An Innocent Woman, New Video Shows Cops Lied About Her Having
  221. A Slow But Sure End To Françafrique?
  222. South Africa: Black People Must Just Shut Up
  223. Morocco: Court Rules French Rail Company SNCF Discriminated Against Moroccan Rail Wor
  224. Egypt: New Egyptian Government Sworn In
  225. Egypt: Witnesses - Egypt Flooding Tunnels to Gaza Strip
  226. Egypt: Bourse Declines Following Five-Day Rally
  227. Egypt: Egypt Top Recipient of Aid At U.S.$5.5 Billion in 2013 - UN Report
  228. Burkina Faso: Draft Deal to End Coup Crisis Denounced
  229. Mali: Militants Cast Their Web Wider
  230. Nigeria: Saraki Not in Court As Tribunal Resumes
  231. Ghana: Suspect in Gay Hate Crime Arrested
  232. Nigeria: How Boko Haram Keeps Its Secrets Secret
  233. Kenya: Court Overrules Kenyatta School Closure
  234. Kenya: Govt Opens Bids for Supply of Controversial School Laptops Again
  235. Kenya: Westgate Mall Marks Second Anniversary of Terror Attack
  236. Kenya: Encouraging Businesses Among Refugees Could Stem Rise of Terror Gangs - Study
  237. Uganda: Proposed Panty-Like Female Condom Excites Ugandan Market
  238. Zimbabwe: Struggling Cops Turn to Sales As Economy Bites
  239. Zimbabwe: VIDEO: Tour Driver Criticised After Elephant Attacks
  240. South Africa: Zim Govt's Cape Town Property Under the Hammer
  241. Zambia: Lungu Creates Five More Ministries
  242. South Africa: The Rugby World Cup and National Unity
  243. South Africa: Schools Must Offer African Language From Grade 1
  244. Swaziland: King 'To Meet Democracy Groups'
  245. South Africa: Untangling the Regulatory Yoke for Businesses in South Africa
  246. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Business opportunities vast within Africa
  247. Mangoma trial begins
  248. Zimphia: Taking on stigma
  249. Of Chinese dragons, black cats, snakes and superstition
  250. It’s now game on