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  1. Parly in new appointments
  2. ‘We want to stay but . . . ’
  3. Crumbling zifa exposed
  4. SA recalls peacekeepers
  5. Any Self Claim African Reader Must Know Alexandre Dumas
  6. Africa Is Undeniably An Emerging Market
  7. Why South Africa Is Primed For A Fundamental Political Shift
  8. Video: A Brief History Of The Mass Incarceration Of Black Americans
  9. Burkina Faso: Deposed Burkina Faso President Reinstated
  10. The U.S. Government Tested AIDS Drugs On Foster Kids
  11. 8 African Americans Who Are Making Billions In The Real Estate Industry
  12. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kingpin, 42 Other Terrorists Arrested - Nigerian Army
  13. Nigeria: I Planned to 'Hide' for At Least 12 Months - - Jonathan
  14. Nigeria: Northern Military Bans Moving Vehicles Over Eid
  15. Nigeria: Not On Anyone's 100 Day Clock – A Look at President Buhari's Economic & Anti
  16. Kenya: It's Work for Learners As Strike Bites
  17. Kenya: Triple Tragedy As Fire Truck Kills Mourners
  18. Uganda: Kiprotich to Lead Kampala Charity Run
  19. Uganda: Makerere Students Invent Vaginal Infection Detection APP
  20. South Africa: 'Nothing Abnormal' About R1m Pay Hike for SABC Boss
  21. South Africa: The Banal Evil of Drug Pricing
  22. Egypt: Egypt's Sisi Pardons Al Jazeera Journalists
  23. Egypt: Egypt Agrees to Buy Warships France Built for Russia
  24. Egypt: Sisi Pardons 100 Including Sanaa Seif, Mohamed Fadel Fahmy
  25. Libya: Libyan Parties Encouraged to Act On UN-Backed Peace Plan
  26. Egypt: Head of Egyptian Pro-Democracy Movement Arrested
  27. Guinea Bissau: Crisis Averted - But for How Long?
  28. Burkina Faso: Deposed President Reinstated
  29. Nigeria: Central Bank Warns of Recession in 2016
  30. Burkina Faso: No Amnesty for Assassins, Says Civil Rights Leader
  31. Nigeria: Who Buhari Will Meet in New York
  32. Sudan: Time for U.S. to Press 'Reset' Button
  33. Kenya: Booksellers Worst Hit By Teachers Strike
  34. Kenya: Hundreds Left Homeless As Mombasa Houses Demolished
  35. Kenya: With Schools Closed, Pupils Can Only Turn to Libraries
  36. Africa: Eritreans Say They Also Deserve to Stay in Britain
  37. South Africa: What Nation Can Learn From Piketty About Addressing Inequality
  38. South Africa: Govt Must Give Legal Aid to Strike Victims
  39. Zimbabwe: Grace Wants 'Clean Sweep' of Mugabe's Office After Speech Debacle
  40. South Africa: Public Broadcaster's CEO Received 31 Percent Pay Hike
  41. Swaziland: Pudemo On Talks With Swazi King
  42. South Africa: Should Heritage Day Be Renamed Heritages Day?
  43. Malawi: Thousands of Children Out of School
  44. Africa: Why Special Steps Are Needed to Reduce Risk of Dementia
  45. From desperate widow to high flyer
  46. Econet Wireless blunders on infrastructure sharing
  47. Security agents intercept weapons, drugs on liner
  48. EDITORIAL COMMENT: License more ethanol producers
  49. Hlongwane hits ground running . . . Minister to come down hard on Zifa
  50. TelOne salary cut riles union
  51. Child abusers to face full wrath of the law
  52. Hungary accuses Merkel of ‘moral imperialism’
  53. Banks set aside $1bn for farmers
  54. Mixed bag for Chibuku Road to Fame finals
  55. Nigeria: Senate President Agrees to Appear at Tribunal
  56. Egypt: Mexican Tourists' Bodies Flown Out of Egypt - Airport Sources
  57. Egypt: Military Destroys 'Extremely Dangerous Terror Cell' Near Bahareya Oasis - Army
  58. Morocco: Sahrawi Delegation Takes Part in the Right of Peoples to Self-Determination
  59. Egypt: HRW - Egypt Has Evicted 3 200 Families From Gaza Border
  60. Egypt: Thousands Evicted in Sinai Demolitions
  61. Burkina Faso: Army Enters Capital to Disarm Coup Leaders
  62. Burkina Faso: Army 'Preparing to Raid Coup Leaders Camp'
  63. Burkina Faso: The Rocky Road to Democracy
  64. Nigeria: Nigeria Buries Slain Pilgrims in Mecca
  65. Liberia: Liberia Secures U.S.$256 Million American Grant
  66. Kenya: As Droughts Worsen, Joined-Up Adaptations Build Resilience
  67. Sudan: Report Accuses Govt Force of Rampage in Darfur
  68. Kenya: Race Against Time to Save the Last White Rhinos
  69. Kenya: Kenyan Atheists Want Ban On Preaching in Public Places
  70. Kenya: Multinationals Denying Kenya Billions of Shillings in Revenue
  71. Zambia: Chieftainess Stands Up Against Custom of Child Marriage
  72. South Africa: Guptagate - the Eskom Edition
  73. South Africa: SA Low On List of Dynamic Business Opportunities
  74. Malawi: Inflation Gathers Pace, Increases to 23%
  75. South Africa: Why Country Is Primed for Fundamental Political Realignment
  76. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Might Quit Before End of Tenure – Zanu-PF Officials
  77. South Africa: Ex-Soldier Allegedly Used Silencers to Poach Rhino in Kruger Park
  78. Mozambique: China's Slowdown May Threaten Mozambique's Growth
  79. Prof Moyo demands textbook duty removal
  80. Economic revival measures pay off
  81. ‘We need to shift base’…Former CAPS official’s prescription for league success
  82. Hippo Valley eyes ethanol market
  83. Judgment reserved in adultery case
  84. Nzimande pledges to tackle varsities transformation
  85. Abusive messages land losing candidate in trouble
  86. Ire over 5 000 percent rise in Aids drug price
  87. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Untainted leaders required to run PSMAS
  88. Zim actress shines in Nigeria
  89. A Year After Murdering An Innocent Woman, New Video Shows Cops Lied About Her Having
  90. A Slow But Sure End To Françafrique?
  91. South Africa: Black People Must Just Shut Up
  92. Morocco: Court Rules French Rail Company SNCF Discriminated Against Moroccan Rail Wor
  93. Egypt: New Egyptian Government Sworn In
  94. Egypt: Witnesses - Egypt Flooding Tunnels to Gaza Strip
  95. Egypt: Bourse Declines Following Five-Day Rally
  96. Egypt: Egypt Top Recipient of Aid At U.S.$5.5 Billion in 2013 - UN Report
  97. Burkina Faso: Draft Deal to End Coup Crisis Denounced
  98. Mali: Militants Cast Their Web Wider
  99. Nigeria: Saraki Not in Court As Tribunal Resumes
  100. Ghana: Suspect in Gay Hate Crime Arrested
  101. Nigeria: How Boko Haram Keeps Its Secrets Secret
  102. Kenya: Court Overrules Kenyatta School Closure
  103. Kenya: Govt Opens Bids for Supply of Controversial School Laptops Again
  104. Kenya: Westgate Mall Marks Second Anniversary of Terror Attack
  105. Kenya: Encouraging Businesses Among Refugees Could Stem Rise of Terror Gangs - Study
  106. Uganda: Proposed Panty-Like Female Condom Excites Ugandan Market
  107. Zimbabwe: Struggling Cops Turn to Sales As Economy Bites
  108. Zimbabwe: VIDEO: Tour Driver Criticised After Elephant Attacks
  109. South Africa: Zim Govt's Cape Town Property Under the Hammer
  110. Zambia: Lungu Creates Five More Ministries
  111. South Africa: The Rugby World Cup and National Unity
  112. South Africa: Schools Must Offer African Language From Grade 1
  113. Swaziland: King 'To Meet Democracy Groups'
  114. South Africa: Untangling the Regulatory Yoke for Businesses in South Africa
  115. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Business opportunities vast within Africa
  116. Mangoma trial begins
  117. Zimphia: Taking on stigma
  118. Of Chinese dragons, black cats, snakes and superstition
  119. It’s now game on
  120. Woman fights law of adultery
  121. Govt dissolves Zetdc board
  122. Museveni gets nod to run again in elections
  123. ‘Let’s use what we have to grow economy’
  124. More heads roll at PSMAS
  125. Eritreans Flee Afwerki’s Iron-Fisted Rule
  126. Ethiopia’s New Light Rail System
  127. South Africa’s New Human Ancestor Sparks Race Row
  128. Nkrumah Betrayed: Seek Ye First A United States Of Africa
  129. Racial Democracy Or Informal Apartheid? South Africa And Brazil
  130. 6 Black-Owned Nail Polish Brands You Should Know About
  131. The Politicians And The People You Love – The Gantt Report
  132. Libya: UN Mission in Libya Urges Immediate Ceasefire
  133. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi Sends Condolences to Ruler of Dubai
  134. Burkina Faso: Tunisia Castigates "Pronunciamento Against Democratic Process in Burkin
  135. Tunisia: Investigative Journalism, Means to Reposition Oneself and Achieve Surplus Va
  136. Morocco: French Pres. François Hollande Arrives in Tangiers
  137. West Africa: The 'Magic' Mobilized by the Private Sector to Defeat Ebola
  138. Cameroon: Young Suicide Duo Kill Three
  139. Burkina Faso: Coup Supporters Protest Mediation Talks
  140. Burkina Faso: Nation to Return to Civilian Rule After Coup
  141. Sierra Leone: Nation Faces Setback in Ebola Fight
  142. Kenya: We Lack Leadership in Ongoing Schools Crisis
  143. Kenya: Uhuru Confirms Pope's November Visit
  144. Kenya: Employer Withholds Sh8 Billion Teachers Loans
  145. Kenya: Jubilee MPs to Push for the Withdrawal of ICC Case Against Ruto
  146. Kenya: Ruto to File Appeal Against ICC Ruling On Witnesses On Monday
  147. South Africa: Thousands Evacuated From Rat-Infested Prison
  148. South Africa: Geothermal Tech Is Expensive, but Should Still Be Part of Energy Mix
  149. Zimbabwe: Walking Aided Mugabe in Uncharacteristic 17-Minute Heroes' Acre Speech
  150. Mozambique: Guebuza Libel Case - Prosecution Appeals
  151. South Africa: Tax Revenue Sees Massive Growth
  152. Zimbabwe: Non-Communicable Diseases Need Focus Too
  153. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Speech Blunder - Details Emerge
  154. Zimbabwe: Mapfumo Gets Moz 'Honour'
  155. Parties dismiss secret talks claims
  156. Govt vaccination targets 5m children
  157. Gender equity not rhetoric: President
  158. Red Cross boost for Chivi folk
  159. Chitungwiza councillors under spotlight
  160. Residents drag council to court
  161. Treasury pays NPA rental arrears
  162. Zanu-PF in clean sweep
  163. $5m People’s Market ready for occupation
  164. Exam fee payment to be staggered
  165. Nigeria: Buhari Lauds Obasajo's Role in Guinea Bissau Crisis
  166. South Africa: Conditions At Pollsmoor Disturbing - POPCRU
  167. Mozambique: Upgraded Maputo Runway Will Accommodate Largest Aircraft
  168. Egypt: New Ministers Sworn In
  169. Egypt: Who's Who in the New Cabinet?
  170. Egypt: Sisi Appoints Mehleb As His Assistant for National and Strategic Projects - Pr
  171. Egypt: Egypt Appoints New Prosecutor General
  172. Tunisia: PM to Take Part, Late September, in 70th Session of UN General Assembly
  173. Nigeria: 2015 Polls: How Jonathan Govt Used Vans to Cart Away Billions
  174. Burkina Faso: AU Suspends Burkina Faso After Coup
  175. Senegal: Climate-Smart Development Crystallises On Salt Flats
  176. Nigeria: U.S $700 Million Sovereign Wealth Fund Missing
  177. Kenya: Al-Shabaab Scare Causes Stampede
  178. Kenya: Kenyatta Urged to Cancel US Trip Over Teachers' Strike
  179. Burundi: Beyond Political Violence - an Economy in Crisis
  180. Kenya: Voices of Reason Will Solve Row On Salaries
  181. Kenya: Pope Francis to Hold Talks With Uhuru During Maiden Visit
  182. South Africa: Students Cause 'R30m Worth of Damage in Drunken Rampage'
  183. South Africa: Alleged Serial Rapist Caught
  184. South Africa: Is a Terrorist Attack Imminent?
  185. South Africa: Boks Stunned By 'Brave Blossoms'
  186. South Africa: Data an Expensive Luxury but Free Internet May Not Come Free
  187. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Never Promised 2 Million New Jobs, Says Minister
  188. South Africa: No Clarity On Oscar Release
  189. Live blog: Dr sikhanyiso ndlovu burial
  190. Govt gazettes new fuel prices
  191. Tributes galore for educationist, hero
  192. National Hero Ndlovu unifier, educationist
  193. VP Mphoko meets Nyusi
  194. Mliswa falls on hard times
  195. HIV survey to boost health sector
  196. Treasury releases $14m for grain payments
  197. ZANU-PF confident of bagging Mbire seat
  198. Woman dies at training centre
  199. Senegal/Burkina Faso: Early Goal Gives Senegal Football Gold
  200. South Africa: Suspected Illegal Immigrants Arrested in Johannesburg
  201. Egypt: Egypt Says Ambassador to Mexico Was Not Summoned
  202. Morocco: Western Sahara - Better Now Than the Inevitable Later - Robert M. Holley
  203. Tunisia: France and Tunisia Must Better Arm Their Security Device to Face Up Terroris
  204. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi Receives French Justice Minister
  205. Egypt: Egyptian-Chinese Cooperation On Petroleum Research
  206. Burkina Faso: Coup Leaders Free Interim President Kafando
  207. Nigeria: Govt Seeks Warrant to Arrest Senate President Bukole Saraki
  208. Burkina Faso: The Old Guard Vs. the People, Round 2
  209. Nigeria: Explosion Kills Four in Port Harcourt
  210. Nigeria: 18 States Receive Bail-Out Funds
  211. Kenya: Govt Closes All Schools Over Teachers' Strike
  212. Kenya: Opposition Calls for Motion to Impeach Kenyatta
  213. Burundi: Appalling Human Rights Abuses in Burundi
  214. Tanzania: Opposition Members Defect to Ruling CCM
  215. Uganda: Court Orders Arrest of Besigye, Lukwago
  216. South Africa: How a Wage Subsidy Can Alleviate Youth Unemployment
  217. South Africa: The Politics of Public Housing
  218. Malawi: Teacher Pleads Guilty of Selling Albino Girl, Remanded to Prison
  219. Africa: Clever Spending and Policies Can Bring More Women to Science
  220. Zimbabwe: Woman Dies After Genital Cutting Aimed At Conception
  221. South Africa: Will Oscar Pistorius Be Released Today?
  222. South Africa: Rugby Museum in Top One Percent of World's Attractions
  223. South Africa: Union Hopes for Sequestration of Aurora Directors
  224. Death toll in South Sudan oil tanker explosion hits 182
  225. Soldiers beat up scribes in coup aftermath
  226. Russia, US to start military talks over Syria
  227. Ndiraya, Mapeza clash
  228. FIFA chief is the biggest fish trapped in the world cup tickets pool of shame
  229. How Mine eye Pasuwa
  230. Masomere speaks out on ouster
  231. Dube talks tough amid raging scandal
  232. Bhunu hails tennis team
  233. Manyuchi amateur boxing tourney on today
  234. The Global War Against Black Men
  235. Coup In Burkina Faso: French Backed Traitors In Charge
  236. Video Shows California Thug Cops Savagely Assaulting Teen
  237. Ethiopia’s Largest Railway Station Nearing Completion
  238. ‘Beasts Of No Nation’ The Latest Hollywood Propaganda Piece On Africa
  239. Egypt: Egypt Bans Publication On Killing of Tourists Investigation
  240. Tunisia: Parliamentary Groups, Tools of Instutionalisation of Political Diversity
  241. Tunisia: President of European Parliament to Visit Tunisia Next November (laura Baeza
  242. Algeria: Over 7,600 Mines Dating From Colonial Era Destroyed in August 2015
  243. Tunisia: Tunisia Teachers Strike for Pay Rise
  244. Burkina Faso: Former Presidential Guard is New Leader
  245. Burkina Faso: Ecowas, AU & UN Issue Joint Condemnation of Burkina Faso Coup
  246. Nigeria: 20 Killed in Plateau State Community Attack
  247. Nigeria: Okagbare Leads Nigeria to Win 4x100 Metre Relay Gold
  248. Nigeria: Education System Needs Overhaul
  249. Eritrea: Forced Labour Built Canadian Mine in Test Case - Former Official
  250. Africa: U.S. Businesses Visit Ethiopia As Part of Largest-Ever U.S.-Led Trade Mission