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  1. It’s time to dance
  2. Jere challenges caps
  3. Can President Mugabe address US Congress?
  4. The World’s Most Optimistic People Live In Africa
  5. Kenya: #SomeoneTellCNN … Get Outta Here!
  6. Sandra Bland’s Death Is Just The Latest Evidence That Black America Is Under Attack
  7. Confidential Docs: Red Cross Itself May Not Know How Millions Donated For Haiti Were
  8. Egypt: Mubarak-Era PM Jailed for Graft
  9. Western Sahara: Health Minister Meets African Counterparts At Malabo Ebola Conference
  10. Algeria: Algeria Committed to Political Solution to Libyan Crisis - SLLAL
  11. Egypt: Egypt Militant Calls for Jihad Against 'New Pharaoh' - Recording
  12. Algeria: Algeria, Spain Positioned As 'Important' Economic Partners - Sellal
  13. Nigeria: Ex-President's Daughter in Fraud Probe
  14. West Africa: Why Nigeria Should Think of Itself As Central African
  15. Chad: Habre Trial Delayed, New Lawyers Appointed
  16. Cote d'Ivoire: Three Concerns Ahead of Poll
  17. Nigeria: Insurgency - Nigeria Borrows U.S.$2.1 Billion to Rebuild North East
  18. Kenya: Shabaab, Security Overshadow Obama Visit
  19. Burundi: Nkurunziza Heading for Victory and Isolation?
  20. East Africa: Obama Agenda Likely to Focus On Insecurity
  21. South Sudan: Rights Group Accuses Govt Forces of War Crimes
  22. Uganda: Why We Should Worry About Climate Change
  23. Zimbabwe: Sheriff, Riot Police Raid Tsvangirai
  24. South Africa: Massive Medicine Trials Will Change HIV Treatment
  25. South Africa: Why South Africans Are Battling to Save
  26. South Africa: Cape Town Wind Plays Havoc With Roads
  27. Swaziland: Botswana Support for Swazi Freedom
  28. Swaziland: Pudemo Leader Defies Bail Condition
  29. Zimbabwe: Court Ruling Opens Way for Mass Firings - Union
  30. South Africa: ANC 'Outraged' As DA 'Mob' Disrupts Nkandla Inspection
  31. EDITORIAL COMMENT: CMB cotton monopoly could revive production
  32. Criminal defamation: Parties to file arguments
  33. Why always us
  34. Cabinet to discuss workers’ sackings• Over 400 more given the boot • Econet, Zimoco j
  35. Davido heads for Zim
  36. HCC gets new coal concessions
  37. Africa is stronger when united: President
  38. Misihairabwi-Mushonga ejected from Parliament
  39. Madzore snubs Mangoma
  40. Demolitions to render thousands homeless
  41. Black Man Samuel Dubose Shot In Head By Cincinnati Cop
  42. 7 Things You Didn’t Know About South Africa’s Only Black Billionaire
  43. Officials Deny Editing Sandra Bland Dashcam Video
  44. Manufacturing: Dangote’s Ever-Widening Network Of African Production
  45. Gay Rights A ‘Non-Issue’, Says Kenyan President
  46. Arabs And Tuaregs Join Forces Against Africans In Southern Libya
  47. Raven-Symoné Explains Why She Doesn’t Identify As African American
  48. Morocco: Frente Polisario Condemns Terrorist Attack Against Algerian Soldiers
  49. Algeria: Al Arabi Condemns Terrorist Attack in Ain Defla
  50. Algeria: Lamamra - Paris Agreement On Climate Must Be 'Rooted and Shaped' With Justic
  51. Algeria: Jordanian Government Condemns Terrorist Attack On Military Convoy of Nationa
  52. Algeria: Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal Arrives in Madrid
  53. West Africa: Bird Flu Spreads, Threatens People
  54. Nigeria: Buhari Asks Obama to Help Find Looted Billions
  55. Nigeria: Charge Jonathan's Security Chief or Release Him - Lawyer
  56. Cameroon: Nine Dead in Measles Outbreak
  57. Nigeria: Nigeria's Hope for Oil Price Recovery Dims As Iran Returns
  58. Burundi: Violence Continues As Voting Gets Under Way in Burundi
  59. Burundi: Economic Collapse Looms in Burundi
  60. Kenya: Sarah Obama - 'He Has to See His Father's Grave'
  61. Somalia: Somali-Based Pirates Down but Not Out
  62. Burundi: President Nkurunziza Claims Democracy 'Improving'
  63. South Africa: Moving Beyond the Educational Blame Game
  64. South Africa: Tutu Discharged From Hospital
  65. Angola: A Cry From the Heart - Open Letter to Angola's President
  66. South Africa: Diff Opening - 'Local Films Tell Real Stories - Even On Low Budgets'
  67. South Africa: Teen Arrested for Kidnapping Newborn
  68. South Africa: Mandela Day - 'It Teaches the Nation to Give to Others, Even If It Is N
  69. South Africa: State to Keep Illegal Rhino Trade Cash
  70. South Africa: Does S. Africa Rank 8th in the World By Suicide Rate?
  71. ZimPraise gears for US
  72. Shattered dreams
  73. ‘No room for gays in Kenya’
  74. BRICS nations’ NDB opens in Shanghai
  75. Botswana High Court Registrar wins case
  76. Court ruling costs 700 jobs in 5 days
  77. US, Netherlands fund vendors’ union
  78. Investment projects to rake in $16m
  79. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Kasukuwere’s example worth emulating
  80. Manyuchi targets british star khan
  81. General Wesley Clark Calls For Putting “Disloyal” Americans In Internment Camps
  82. Malian Masons Rebuild Timbuktu Tombs After Arab Destruction
  83. EFF Won’t Rest Until Africa Is Free From Economic Exploitation
  84. Black Mississippi Terrorist Flag Supporter Dies In Traffic Accident
  85. African Leaders Must Help The Continent, Not Sell It Off
  86. China Deal Threatens Only American Military Base In Africa?
  87. Israel’s War On Its Black Population
  88. Kasukuwere distances self from succession talk
  89. Ruling triggers fierce job losses •Companies fire hundreds since Friday •Urgent Govt
  90. Zanu-PF bags Mwenezi East seat
  91. Gomwe put to his defence
  92. Egypt: Sexual Violations At "Highest" Rate During Past Eid - Initiative
  93. Algeria: Terrorism - Nine Soldiers Killed, Two Wounded in Ain Defla
  94. Egypt: France Delivers Three Rafale Fighter-Planes to Egypt
  95. Morocco: Q&A - Tackling Taboos in Morocco's Art Scene
  96. Liberia: Court Date for Trafficked Liberian Girls From Lebanon
  97. Nigeria: Dark Country to Lead in Lighting the World
  98. Nigeria: Obama Praises Buhari's 'Integrity', 'Clear Agenda'
  99. Chad: Habre Brought Before Court 'By Force'
  100. Chad: Court Orders Habré Forced Appearance
  101. Liberia: 'No New Ebola Case' - Govt
  102. Burundi: Clashes Rock Bujumbura Ahead of Poll
  103. Sudan: Students Head for Syria to Join ISIS
  104. Uganda: Mineral Ore Export Ban Leaves Dealers in Tears
  105. Kenya: Obama to Deliver Stadium Address
  106. Rwanda: 'Our Children Should Not Forgive Us' - Rwanda Women Killers Recall Genocide
  107. South Africa: When and How Spending On Science Can Lead to Big Social Returns
  108. Mozambique: Nyusi Rejects Ex-Rebel's Demand to Govern
  109. South Africa: How Zuma-Linked Charities Flout the Rules
  110. Malawi: What's Driving Young People to Have Transactional Sex in Malawi's Slums
  111. South Africa: Marikana's Deep Throat
  112. South Africa: Zuma Recuperating After Gallstone Operation
  113. Nigeria: South Africa Returns Seized U.S.$15 Million to Nigerian Government
  114. South Africa: France Hosts 10-Country Anti-Tobacco Conference Amid Plain Package Deba
  115. Gono, Kereke case to proceed to hearing
  116. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Govt’s proactiveness commendable
  117. Sadc convenes meeting on Lesotho
  118. Quest looks to Govt for revival
  119. Zim artistes for us awards
  120. What a humiliation
  121. Sweswe joins ZPC Kariba
  122. Powertel leaves consumers in the lurch
  123. Being an ambassador for your country
  124. Govt to assist telecoms sector
  125. Nazi Queen: Home Movies Show Queen Elizabeth Performing Nazi Salute
  126. KKK Clash With Black Panthers At Confederate Flag Rally In South Carolina
  127. A Fight Inside Gabon’s Kleptocratic Dynasty Exposes The Complicity Of French Business
  128. Arab ISIL Terrorists Claims Kidnapping Of Three African Christians In Libya
  129. Algeria: Al-Qaeda Affiliate Claims Killing of Soldiers
  130. Egypt: 5 Security Personnel Killed in North Sinai Militant Attack - State Agency
  131. Egypt: Army Says 3 Security Personnel Killed By "Random Shell" On North Sinai Checkpo
  132. Egypt: Rise in Verbal Harassment Incidents, No Mob Harassment On 2nd Day of Eid - Ini
  133. Egypt: 7 Army Personnel Killed in Fighting in North Sinai On Saturday - Army Spokesma
  134. Nigeria: Obama, Buhari, and African Policy Dilemmas
  135. Chad: We Have Solid Evidence, Says Habre Prosecutor
  136. Nigeria: Hail to the Chiefs
  137. Ghana: World Bank Approves Huge Budget Support
  138. Mali: UNESCO Refers Insurgent Destruction of Shrines to ICC
  139. Burundi: Opposition Leaders to Boycott Elections
  140. Somalia: Deadly Car Bomb Hits AU Vehicle
  141. South Africa: SRCC Appeals for Peace and Reconciliation in Somalia As World Marks Nel
  142. Somalia: Somali President Extends Amnesty for Al Shabaab Fighters
  143. Kenya/South Africa: Brave Starlets Fall to Lone Banyana Goal
  144. Southern Africa: A Tale of Two Kingdoms
  145. South Africa: President Jacob Zuma Discharged From Hospital
  146. Africa: Woman Pilot Gets Africa's First Drone Licence
  147. South Africa: Surfer Survives Shark Attack
  148. Zimbabwe: Giants Feel the Heat As Economy Tumbles
  149. Zimbabwe: Labour Laws Need Alignment
  150. Zimbabwe: Drama As Bhasikiti 'Arrests' Female CIO Agent Who Had Been Trailing Him for
  151. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Manyuchi deserves national support
  152. UK royals, Nazi relations to be uncovered
  153. Cigarette dealer fined
  154. MP’s firm bilks $1m Zinara funds
  155. Panashe vies for Top Model title
  156. AU launches new Somalia offensive
  157. Takura to inject $33m into Cairns
  158. Unstoppable Charles…champion Manyuchi retains WBC belt
  159. Mnangagwa tours giant Belarus firm
  160. Young Warriors choke
  161. The iPad for poor people has arrived, here is our review
  162. The iPad for poor people has arrived, here is our review
  163. Fractured image effect – Photoshop CS6
  164. Asus Xonar U7 sound card has a built-in Headphone Amp
  165. The iPad for poor people has arrived, here is our review
  166. Fractured image effect – Photoshop CS6
  167. Amazon Kindle Fire tablets hd was arrived
  168. Western Sahara: EU Backs UN Efforts to Settle Conflict With Morocco
  169. Algeria: Islamist Gunmen Kill Soldiers - Security Source
  170. Egypt: Armed Forces Greets Sisi On Eid
  171. Egypt: FM - Egyptian People Capable of Making Their Own Decision
  172. Egypt: PM Holds Meeting On Scientific Institute
  173. Nigeria: Two Planes Collide in Lagos
  174. Nigeria: Twin Blasts Leave Over a Dozen Dead
  175. Ghana: Stakeholders Call for Ban On Plastics
  176. Nigeria: Dickson Hails Muslims On Ramadan Fast
  177. Nigeria: Brace Up for Service, Ugwuanyi Tells Commissioners, Aides
  178. Kenya: Westgate Mall Re-Opens Two Years After Attack
  179. Burundi: President Says Poll Is On Despite Threats
  180. Kenya: Grandma Accepts She Won't Cook for Obama
  181. Kenya: Westgate Mall Re-Opens Amid Security Concerns
  182. Kenya: Westgate Shopping Mall to Reopens
  183. South Africa: Scores Injured in Johannesburg Train Crash
  184. Zambia: President Commutes Death Sentences
  185. Zimbabwe: Calls for 'Generous' Cash Donations for Grace Mugabe's Birthday
  186. South Africa: Community Service Activities Mark Nelson Mandela Day
  187. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Refuses to Shake Minister's Hand
  188. Zimbabwe: Zim Now Needs a Pragmatic Leader
  189. Malawi: Opposition Leader Dies
  190. Zimbabwe: Assailants Attack High School Lovers, Kill Girl and Toss Body Into Zambezi
  191. Zim take Davis Cup lead
  192. Caught between faith, reason. . . prophet ‘turns’ snakes to ‘chocolates’ . . . ‘mirac
  193. Tanzania’s Serengeti Voted World’s Best Safari
  194. Puppet Of France: Burkina Faso’s Ex-President Charged With Treason
  195. Jamaican Scientist Offered $11 Billion For His Cancer Research Patent
  196. South Africa: All 10 South Africans Detained in China Heading Home - Dirco
  197. All eyes on Manyuchi
  198. Egypt: Security Forces Raid News Offices
  199. Libya: Security Council Urges All Libyan Parties to Unite in Support of New Political
  200. Egypt: Islamic State Claims Missile Attack On Navy Vessel, Army Killed 22 Militants
  201. Egypt: Egypt Police Raids News Network HQ, Describes It As "Brotherhood Media Committ
  202. Egypt: Arbitrary Detention of Young Individuals Is Systemic and Widespread Says UN Wo
  203. Nigeria: Suicide Bombers Kill Muslim Worshippers
  204. Nigeria: Bomb Blast Hits Prayers for Eid
  205. Cameroon: Now Face Veils Banned in Cameroon Region
  206. Gambia: Journalists Trained On Ethical Reporting of Gender-Based Violence
  207. Liberia: Millions Vulnerable to Climate Change
  208. Sudan: Gunmen Fire on Darfur Peacekeepers
  209. Somalia: Somaliland Losing Youth to Lure of Europe
  210. Ethiopia: FfD3 - Ends Adopting the "Addis Ababa Action Agenda"
  211. Ethiopia: FfD3 - Political Support Crucial for Successful Domestic Resource Mobilizat
  212. Somalia: Full-Fledged UN Peacekeeping Mission in Somalia Would Be 'High-Risk Undertak
  213. Zambia: Judge Grants Bail to Arrested Zambian Journalists
  214. Africa: What It Takes to Teach a Large Class - and Do It Well
  215. South Africa: Human Trafficking in South Africa - an Elusive Statistical Nightmare
  216. South Africa: Unpacking the Secrets of South Africa's Dolerite Sills
  217. Zambia: World Press Group Condemns Charges Against Journalists
  218. Zambia: Journalists Arrested in Lusaka
  219. South Africa: What Really Happened to the Young Man Who Died Last Weekend
  220. Dzamara: When one is more than a million
  221. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Labour laws need alignment
  222. Why you must fight to break the bondage of being average
  223. VP Mnangagwa leaves for Belarus
  224. Dead end for Bhasikiti
  225. Chidyausiku dresses down Biti
  226. Govt keen on dairy revival. . . $500k availed for resuscitation of herd
  227. President to PSMAS’ rescue
  228. Shock ruling on job termination…Judgment a threat to job security, say labour experts
  229. $10 000 reward for Dzamara
  230. Dangote Group On The Africa Opportunity
  231. South Africa: Bright Future For Black Industrialists
  232. Nine Things You Did Not Know About Robert Mugabe
  233. Pop Stars And Their Patronisation Of Africa
  234. ‘I Have Become Radicalized': Ta-Nehisi Coates On His ‘Low Expectations’ For White Ame
  235. The Price Of Success For Blacks In Brazil – Career Ascension Is Not A Shield Against
  236. Dominican Republic’s ‘Ethnic Cleansing’
  237. Southern Africa: Why a Regional Approach Could Help End Drug Stockouts
  238. Egypt: Counter-Terrorism Law Would Seriously Undermine Rights
  239. Egypt: "Eohr" Calls for the Egyptian Government to Immediately Investigate On the Bom
  240. Egypt: Amnesty Says Egypt's Proposed Anti-Terrorism Draft Law Is 'Repressive', Adding
  241. Kenya: Storm Over Kit
  242. Egypt: Mr. Chancellor / Ibrahim Henedy Minister of Transitional Justice
  243. Nigeria: 'Twin Blasts' Rock Market in Northern Nigeria
  244. Nigeria: U.S. Visit - Security, Economy My Top Priorities - Buhari
  245. Chad: Will Habré Break Silence At Trial?
  246. Nigeria: Blasts Rock Gombe Market
  247. Liberia: Citizens Demand Autopsy On Thompson's Corpse
  248. Burundi: UN Experts Call for Action to Avoid 'Mass Atrocities'
  249. Somalia: Militants Killed in Somali Drone Attack
  250. Sudan: Deadly Tribal Clashes Break Out in Darfur