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  1. Kenya: Teachers Will 'Bring the Country to Its Knees'
  2. Kenya: Power Plans On Course, Says Ministry
  3. South Africa: SA Slips Further in Economic Freedom - Index
  4. South Africa: Cahora Bassa Could Flip Switch On Load Shedding
  5. Malawi: Mutharika Says in 5 Years Malawi to Transform Into Skilled, Export Oriented E
  6. South Africa: DA Aims for Concourt On Nkandla Verdict
  7. Malawi: Kambalazaza Challenges Malawi Govt On Economy
  8. South Africa: Presidency Rubbishes 'Clash of Kings' Report
  9. Zambia: Zambian Capital Can't Quench Thirst of Its Booming Population
  10. South Africa: South Africans Return Home From ISIL-Held Territory
  11. First human head transplant scheduled
  12. Tsvangirai confirms Mujuru links
  13. Woman splashes $32k tracking lost boyfriend
  14. President to set legislative agenda
  15. Net closes in on looters
  16. Opposition party breaks off talks with DRC govt
  17. Aussie PM ousted in a palace coup
  18. EDITORIAL COMMENT: FDI alone cannot unlock potential
  19. PDL for July at $495: Zimstat
  20. Pasuwa pleads with PSL clubs
  21. Algeria/Sudan: Merreikh Down Usma in Ultimate Clash
  22. Nigeria: Nobel Laureate Soyinka Threatens to Include Prince Oyinlola in the 'Republic
  23. Nigeria: Bomb Blast Hits Camp for Domestic Refugees in Nigeria
  24. Zimbabwe: As Drought Destroys Maize, Nation Tries New Staples
  25. Zimbabwe: Mujuru's Guerrilla Approach - Shrewd or Cowardice?
  26. Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Emerges Winner in Reshuffle
  27. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Dodges SONA Grilling
  28. Egypt: Court Sentences 12 to Death for Islamic State Affiliation
  29. Egypt: President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi Accepts PM's Resignation
  30. Algeria: Eulma Bow Out With Pride in Four-Goal Thriller
  31. Africa: Last Four Pairings Complete
  32. Tunisia: Crane Collapse in Mecca - No Casualties or Injured Reported Among Tunisians
  33. Africa: Major Summit on Good Goverance Suddenly Cancelled
  34. Nigeria: Nigerian Pilgrim Among 107 Killed in Mecca Crane Tragedy
  35. Nigeria: Nigerians Injured in Mecca Mosque Crane Crash
  36. Nigeria: Update - Seven Killed in Jos School Building Collapse, Rescue Efforts Contin
  37. Nigeria: Super Eagles Must Raise Its Game - Oliseh
  38. East Africa: Region to Issue Electronic Passports
  39. Kenya: A Welcome Memorial
  40. Kenya: Ensure Succession in Judiciary Is Untainted
  41. Kenya: Put Rugby House in Order
  42. Mozambique: Gunmen Attack Opposition Leader's Motorcade
  43. Zambia: Presidential Motorcade Attacked
  44. Zimbabwe: Workers in Shock Over Mass Dismissals
  45. Zimbabwe: Golden Girl Kirsty Completes Triple Peat
  46. Zimbabwe: Employers Finally Give in As They Accept That the New Labour Act Is Now Law
  47. Zimbabwe: SA Firms Want Agric Partnerships
  48. Zimbabwe: Dangote's 'Little' Money Will Not Save Broke Zimbabwe - Tsvangirai
  49. Govt moves to promote FDI
  50. Poor poor caps utd
  51. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Land rent will spur development
  52. SA’s first martyr beatified
  53. RBZ to resume public auctions
  54. Six burnt to death in veld fires
  55. The dilemma of local fine artists
  56. Clive Malunga sued for child support
  57. ‘Putin key in Syrian conflict resolution’
  58. Joice Mujuru and the ‘spilling of blood’
  59. Nigeria: 10 Killed As Explosion Rocks Adamawa IDPs Camp
  60. Nigeria: NGO to Train 5,000 Health Workers in Kaduna, Lagos, Gombe - Official
  61. East Africa: Region's Exports to EU Face Tough Conditions
  62. Kenya: Urgent Action Needed to Correct CDF Mess
  63. South Africa: Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Hosts Ministerial Meeting of the Tripar
  64. Egypt: Former Petroleum Minister Sherif Ismail to Form a New Government
  65. Nigeria: Millions Going Hungry Because of Boko Haram
  66. Nigeria: Young Authors Not Always 'Heirs' to Literary Forebears
  67. Nigeria: Five Killed in Another Bomb Blast in Adamawa
  68. Nigeria: Afcon - Niger Coach Warns Nigeria
  69. Uganda: Opposition Sleepless Over Mbabazi 'Nightmare'
  70. Kenya: Hague Battle Far From Over
  71. South Sudan: Why a Political Crackdown Accompanies a Peace Deal
  72. Sudan: U.S Envoy Asks Rebels to Respond to Ceasefire
  73. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Slammed for Bloating Govt With More Ministers
  74. Zimbabwe: Platinum Drawn Against Dynamos in Chibuku Last Eight
  75. Zimbabwe: Second-Hand Clothes Ban - Fear Anxiety Grips Vendors
  76. Zimbabwe: Zifa Cash Figures Raise Stink
  77. Zimbabwe: Labour Law Amendments Leave Parties Disillusioned
  78. Zimbabwe: Zim Must Return to the Rule of Law - EU Ambassador
  79. Namibia: NVF Cup Enters Final Stage
  80. Cote d'Ivoire: Fear of Further Clashes Ahead of Elections
  81. Nigeria: Nigerians Not Among Pilgrims Killed in Saudi Arabia Mosque Accident - Report
  82. Rwanda: Govt, UK Sign Deal to Support Basic Education
  83. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Swears in Nephew As Minister
  84. Egypt: Unwrapping the Mystery of an Ancient Egyptian Bird Mummy
  85. Tunisia: Crackdown On Peaceful Protests
  86. Tunisia: Tunisia Under Total Lunar Eclipse, September 28
  87. Egypt: Bomb Kills Woman and Child in Sinai's Rafah
  88. Libya: UN Security Council Extends Mission
  89. Guinea Bissau: Guinea Bissau Leader Dissolves Cabinet After Judgement
  90. Nigeria: Bomb Blast Hits Camp for Nigerians Displaced by Boko Haram
  91. Ghana: Ghanaian Creates Electrical Insulator
  92. Nigeria: Workers Back President Buhari On Anti-Graft War
  93. Nigeria: President Buhari - We've Isolated Boko Haram
  94. Tanzania: Nation Gears Up for Closest Ever Elections
  95. Burundi: Army Chief 'Escapes Assassination Attempt'
  96. Uganda: Community Leader Receives Top Forestry Prize
  97. Uganda: China to Boost Bamboo Growing
  98. Africa: African Scientists Funded to Seek Cures for Aids, Ebola At Home
  99. Malawi: Man Convicted for Insulting President Mutharika
  100. South Africa: A Dangerous Place to Be Poor, Black and a Woman
  101. Malawi: Farm Subsidy Benefits the Poor but Doesn't Come Cheap
  102. Zimbabwe: When Ending Child Labour Does Not End Child Exploitation
  103. South Africa: South African Company Buys Back the Country's Platinum Mines
  104. Zimbabwe: Stigmatised Sex Workers Ignore Condoms
  105. South Africa: Man Who Dodged E-Tolls Fined R20 000 - Report
  106. Africa: SA No Longer Seen As African Retail Gateway
  107. Cabinet reshuffled
  108. Roads closed for Parly opening, rehearsals
  109. Tuku style is coming
  110. 130 unregistered cars, pirate taxis impounded
  111. Army chief survives assassination bid
  112. Zifa’s gravy train
  113. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Prepaid meters the future, way to go
  114. Job-seekers fall prey to con artists
  115. BAR TALK: Of dancing dads and free fruit, veggies
  116. Ministers pledge shoulders to the wheel
  117. Black Economic Empowerment: Program Aims To Train Black Business Owners
  118. Relics Of Sunken Egyptian Cities To Go On Display For The First Time
  119. “Homo Naledi” An Attempt To Link Black People To Baboons?
  120. White Thug Cops Shoot Unarmed Patient In Hospital — Then Charge Him With Assault
  121. Granger keeps on shining
  122. PSG quoted €1bn for Ronaldo
  123. Calm Kop ready for troubled United
  124. Sleeping beauty Federer targets countryman
  125. Chelsea, Spurs could share home
  126. Anderson gets award
  127. Wenger backs his fire-power
  128. Magical 50 could tempt Mayweather
  129. Seven line up to fill the king’s shoes
  130. Mayweather settles for $32 million payout
  131. Morocco: Could Your Next Oyster Appetizer Come From Dakhla, Morocco?
  132. Egypt: Mubarak-Era Politician Ahmed Ezz Registers for Parliament Elections
  133. Egypt: 86 'Terrorists' Killed in Three-Day Operation - Army
  134. Morocco: Moroccan Forces Repress Sahrawi Political Prisoner Ibrahim El Buhiti
  135. Algeria: President Bouteflika Receives French Senate Speaker
  136. Chad: Habré (Literally) Dragged to Court, After 25-Year Wait
  137. Nigeria: How Many Barrels of Oil Stolen a Day in Nigeria?
  138. West Africa: WHO Warns Ebola Outbreak Has 'A Very Nasty Sting in Its Tail'
  139. Liberia: IMF Chief Visits Liberia to Discuss Ebola Recovery Plan
  140. Nigeria: Ageing Population Set to Increase Amidst Economic Downturn
  141. Kenya: ICC Prosecutor Wants to Change Case Against Journalist
  142. Africa: High-Speed Fibre Cable to Connect Kenya, South Sudan
  143. Sudan: Govt Forces Carried Out Mass Rapes, Killings in Darfur - Rights Group
  144. Kenya: Police Warn Teachers Against Violent Protests
  145. Kenya: Cost of Living, Corruption Top Concerns Among Kenyans - Ipsos Survey
  146. South Africa: History Explains Why Black People Still Mistrust Vocational Training
  147. South Africa: Why Policymaking Has Become More Adversarial
  148. Africa: Building a Night Culture Around Scientific Knowledge
  149. South Africa: Serial Rapist Gets Six Life Terms
  150. South Africa: Scientists Announce Groundbreaking Fossil Discovery
  151. South Africa: 10 Facts About Newly Discovered Human Ancestor
  152. Angola: National Conference On Science and Technology Starts
  153. Africa: More Global Compassion Needed for Refugees - Tutu Foundation
  154. ZAMCO takes up $188m bad loans
  155. ‘Mobilise around common economic vision’
  156. ‘Lack of chain cohesiveness threatens cotton sector’
  157. Ruling on RBZ triggers confusion
  158. NetOne completes $40m equipment installation
  159. ZSE mulls bond market comeback
  160. ZipCash transactions up 6,4pc in Q1
  161. Four buyers bid for Gulliver assets
  162. Rand recovery fades
  163. Gold in four-week low
  164. 5 Facts Exposing The Media’s Lies About Police Shootings
  165. Michael Slager’s Lawyers Want Him Out Of Jail Because Walter Scott Allegedly Had Drug
  166. Donald Trump Blasts Black Protest Movement: ‘I Think They’re Trouble’
  167. Reactionaries And Thugs: The New Black Panther Party
  168. Remains Of New Human Species Found In South African Cave: Scientists
  169. Wait Till You Hear How Much Tracy Morgan (Allegedly) Received From Wal-Mart
  170. Michael Vick On The Verge Of A Major Financial Victory No One Could Have Predicted
  171. Mozambique: An Eloquent Peasant Challenges Africa's Rulers
  172. Egypt: Egypt Closes Seaports Due to Sandstorm
  173. Algeria: Ban Ki-Moon to Pay Visit to Region, Says Sahrawi FM
  174. Algeria: Sellal Receives French Senate Speaker
  175. Algeria: Messahel Discusses With Speaker of French Senate
  176. Ghana: Massive Bribery Scandal Hits Judiciary
  177. Guinea Bissau: Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau Resigns After 'Unconstitutional' Appoi
  178. Liberia: 25 Years On, Samuel Doe Still Casts a Shadow Across Politics
  179. Africa: Have Oil Companies Learnt Anything From the Niger Delta Crisis?
  180. Rwanda: Fighting for Recognition - Political Opposition in Rwanda
  181. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Changes Tactics, So Should AMISOM
  182. Somalia: US Reopens Somalia Mission
  183. Uganda: Four Injured as Police Disrupts Mbabazi's Rally in Soroti
  184. South Africa: The Judiciary and the Executive - At Peace, for Now
  185. Zimbabwe: Schools Ban Porridge to Prevent Beer Brewing
  186. South Africa: How Universities Are Governed Is the Biggest Challenge
  187. Malawi: Malawi 'Among Worst Places to Grow Old'
  188. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Attacked Over New Party Initiative
  189. South Africa: Don't Panic - State Security Minister
  190. South Africa: Giving Faces to South Africa's Missing Children
  191. ZEC invites observers for next week’s by-elections
  192. Crop target set
  193. Ease power cuts, Made tells Zesa
  194. Domestic resource mobilisation spurs Zim, says Chinamasa
  195. Govt to confiscate 500k unregistered vehicles
  196. Zanu-PF dismisses Mujuru manifesto
  197. Council bigwigs to pay back mega salaries
  198. Ex-Air Zimbabwe boss freed on bail
  199. Legislator in land wrangle
  200. Female ‘rapists’ strike again
  201. Trump: What’s The Deal?
  202. 10 Best African Cities To Be A Student
  203. Five Centuries Ago Africa Was Booming: It Can Rise Again
  204. Propaganda?: US Embassy Warns Of South African Terrorist Attack
  205. Police Sic Dog On Handcuffed Unconscious Man’s Face As They Beat Him To Death
  206. South Africa: A Letter To White People
  207. The Roots Of European Racism Lie In The Slave Trade, Colonialism
  208. Uganda: Muslim Pilgrims Fail to Get Visas
  209. Jungleman lays out his cards
  210. ‘Manufacturing most affected by jobs cuts’
  211. Mapeza faces ultimate test
  212. Europe: Caring About Animals, Dehumanizing Refugees
  213. Is 50 Cent Moving To Africa?
  214. 8 Black-Owned Cosmetic/Make-Up Brands You Should Know About
  215. The Truth About Police Violence Against Blacks In America
  216. Blacks Own Just 10 U.S. Television Stations. Here’s Why
  217. Central Africans Sick Of UN Troops
  218. Zimbabwe Economy Will Shine Again
  219. Egypt: Court Condemns Nine to Death for Killing of Judge's Bodyguard
  220. Algeria: Illiteracy Rate Drops By 22.3 Percent in Algeria in Eight Years
  221. Egypt: 29 "Terrorists" Killed in Sinai - Army
  222. North Africa: Europe and Migrants - the Game Has Changed
  223. Algeria: Chevening Scholarships
  224. Nigeria: Nigeria: 'Power of One' Sets a Nation on Track
  225. Gambia: Al Jazeera Staff Threatened With Arrests - Report
  226. Nigeria: Furore Over Police Prosecutorial Powers
  227. Chad: Former Chadian President Habre Again Disrupts Trial for War Crimes
  228. Guinea Bissau: Guinea-Bissau Names New Goverment Amid Criticism
  229. Burundi: Opposition Leader Shot Dead in Capital
  230. Uganda: More Women Wanted on Peace Missions
  231. Kenya: Youths Storm Slaughterhouse to See Special Wheelbarrows
  232. Kenya: In Kenya Is God On the Side of ICC Suspects?
  233. Kenya: Police Launch Hunt for 'Doctor' Linked to Rape of Patients
  234. South Africa: U.S. Warns of 'Specific, Credible' Terror Threat
  235. Zambia: Better Sanitation Key to Save Girls from Early Marriage, Skipping School
  236. South Africa: 18 Animals Killed Using 'Inhumane' New Hunting Method
  237. Swaziland: Has the Swazi King Contracted Sea Fever?
  238. South Africa: Opposition Party Slams Minister Over 'Costly Secretive Nuclear Deal'
  239. South Africa: Some of SA's Top Companies Are Quietly Breaking the Law
  240. South Africa: How Farmers Can Protect Endangered Grassland Birds
  241. South Africa: Consumer Impact Could Grind Economy to a Halt
  242. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s commit to agricultural production
  243. Police Commissioner’s funfair beckons
  244. DPC pays out $2,7m to depositors
  245. VP Mphoko warns warlords
  246. Tomana offside on private prosecutions
  247. Huge crowd, big loss
  248. Value children: Dlamini-Zuma
  249. Egypt: Egypt's Agriculture Minister Arrested After Resignation
  250. Egypt: Egyptian Court Sentences Nine to Death Over Guard Killing