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  1. Europe’s Aids Shocker
  2. Baltimore Tutor Charged After 7yo Is Hospitalized With Head Injuries
  3. America’s Foreign Policy: Regime Change Abroad, Fascism At Home
  4. Division One awards date set
  5. Hillary Clinton’s popular vote lead breaks 2 million
  6. Attacks hinder aid delivery
  7. World population hits 7.4 bn
  8. I was forced to play sungura
  9. FINSEC lists Old Mutual shares
  10. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Let’s give bond notes a chance
  11. Robber sentenced to death
  12. 5 perish in accident
  13. Former Newcastle Utd official joins CAPS board
  14. Zimbabwe: Prisons Have No Food for Babies - Report
  15. Zimbabwe: Police Use Tear Gas on Bond Note Protesters
  16. South Africa: Hearings On Khoi San Bill Held With No Translation Into Khoi and San La
  17. South Africa: Matric Exams End On Good Note
  18. South Africa: Cops Swoop On Durban Child Porn Trio
  19. South Africa: A Clear and Present Danger of Kariba Dam Collapse
  20. Namibia: Namibia Aims for 50/50 Gender Balance Before 2030
  21. South Africa: Deputy President Booed at World Aids Day Event
  22. South Sudan: UN - 'Ethnic Cleansing Under Way'
  23. Uganda: Rights Activists Condemn Recent Kasese Killings
  24. Uganda: Security Tightened At Naguru Police Headquarters
  25. Ethiopia: Security Detain Prominent Opposition Party Leader Gudina
  26. Nigeria: Senate Promises to Fast-Track Anti-Tobacco Bill
  27. Nigeria: Ribadu Names Nigerians Who 'Frustrated' Fight Against Corruption
  28. Nigeria: How Saraki's Man Emerged Ruling Party Spokesperson
  29. Nigeria: 12 Polytechnic Lecturers Sacked Over Sex-for-Marks Scandal
  30. Nigeria: Shiites Demand Release of their Leader El-Zakzaky
  31. Africa: Call to Continue Supporting Sahrawi Cause, Strengthen Ties Between Algeria, A
  32. Algeria: Amar Ezzahi's Death - President of Republic Pays Tribute to Chaabi Music's I
  33. Uganda: Tunisian Test for Kickboxing Black Pearl Apolot
  34. Tunisia: Journalists Before Military Tribunal
  35. Eritrea: President Isaias Held Talks With Egyptian Counterpart
  36. Zimbabwe: Prosecutors Refuse to Drop Prophet Magaya's Rape Case
  37. Tanzania: Housing Firm Gets Millions From Rent 'Shy' Public Entities
  38. Tanzania: Fixed Deposit Rip-Off in Commercial Banks Probed
  39. Tanzania: Dangote Cement Saga Clarified
  40. Civil Disobedience In Sudan And The Nubian Struggle
  41. America’s History Of Terrorizing Cuba And The Human Rights Hypocrites
  42. 638 Ways To Kill Castro: America’s Endless Attempts To Assassinate Cuba’s Leader
  43. 10 Examples Of The Horror In The CIA’s Secret Torture Chambers
  44. Tuku to play father’s role at Sulu wedding
  45. Rwanda investigate 20 French officials
  46. Cuba-US ties in limbo after Castro’s death
  47. Govt completes Telecel takeover
  48. $984m road deal sealed
  49. Final nail on Macheso Ireland tour
  50. Fidelity Printers boss’ High Court bid fails
  51. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Other firms can learn from Old Mutual
  52. State of the Nation Address moved to Tuesday
  53. Triumph and Tragedy
  54. Zimbabwe: Police Refuse to Sanction Anti-Bond Notes Protests
  55. Malawi: National Debt Shoots Up to Crisis Levels
  56. Zimbabwe: No Food for Children in Prisons
  57. Zimbabwe: Shock As Priest Buries Wife in Church - Report
  58. Zimbabwe: Pastor in Court for 'Abusing' National Flag
  59. Zimbabwe: New Currency Gets Off to Rocky Start
  60. South Africa: Guptas, Eskom Still Not Budging On R2 Billion Coal Fine Payment
  61. South Africa: Scientists Launch HIV Vaccine Trial
  62. Uganda: Speaker Kadaga Accuses Media of Blackmailing Her
  63. Uganda: Jailed Sheikhs Lose Petition Against Director of Public Prosecutions
  64. Kenya: Ruling Party is Broke - Opposition
  65. Ethiopia: Blanket State of Emergency Law Requires Proportionality
  66. Uganda: Museveni Urged to Honour Political Rallies Pledges
  67. Nigeria: Oil Detection Agency Demands Criminalizing of Oil Spills
  68. Nigeria: Country Gets Special Concessions As Opec Agrees to Cut Oil Output
  69. Nigeria: Victor Moses Wins Fans' Premier League Player of the Month
  70. Nigeria: Nigeria Appoints 10 Agents to Collect Depositors' Claims
  71. Nigeria: Drug Cartels Turning to Africa - Report
  72. Sudan: Minister of Information - Government Keen On Cooperation With Morocco in All F
  73. Egypt: Egypt's Media Crackdown - Targeting of Journalists Union and Continued Detenti
  74. Egypt: Egypt - Draft Law Bans Independent Civil Society Groups
  75. Uganda: Oilers Embrace Cold Ahead of Champions' Cup in Egypt
  76. Morocco: Telling Women to Hide Domestic Violence Behind Make-Up?
  77. Rwanda: French Officials Face Criminal Charges Over Genocide
  78. Rwanda: Call for Action to End Graft in Public Infrastructure Projects
  79. Rwanda: Efforts Underway to Give People With Disabilities Jobs
  80. Uganda: 'Cost On Roads, Power Projects Larger Than the Economy'
  81. Tanzania: Sharp Rise of Cement Price As Dangote Stops Making
  82. Sick Cops Tase Disabled Woman Causing Her To Fall From Wheelchair For Filming Arrest
  83. Fidel Castro’s Many Military Interventions In Africa
  84. Fidel Castro Ruz — The Untold Story
  85. Chinese president mourns Fidel Castro
  86. City’s audited accounts out
  87. fastjet to suspend flights on three routes
  88. S. Korean president offers to step down
  89. D-Day for Magaya
  90. Diamond Platnumz jets in tonight
  91. President pays tribute to Castro
  92. Old Mutual Zim to list empowerment shares
  93. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Zanu-PF must build on Chimanimani win
  94. Its a green party for Caps, Platinum
  95. Tanzania/Zambia: Zambia's Lwandamina Hits Ground Running at Yanga
  96. South Africa: Former Public Protector Unavailable to Appear Before SABC Inquiry
  97. Tanzania/Zambia: Yanga Raid Zesco for Midfielder
  98. South Africa: Public Protector 'Disrespecting' Broadcaster Inquiry
  99. Zimbabwe: 24-Hour Ultimatum for Jonathan Moyo
  100. Swaziland: Public Prosecutions Chief Calls Asians 'Terrorists' - Report
  101. Mozambique: Illegal Fishing Costs Nation Millions Dollars Annually
  102. Tanzania: Magufuli Bans Sale of Military Uniforms by Civilians
  103. Africa: Tanzania Excels in Anti-Corruption Bid
  104. Zambia: Lungu Challenges Tanzania Ports Authority to Sustain Service Efficiency
  105. Tanzania: Which Way Dangote Cement?
  106. Uganda: Police Sneaked in Weapons - Witness to Palace Siege
  107. Nigeria: Lagos Presents Biggest Ever Budget Proposed By a Nigerian State
  108. Nigeria: Police Lied, Deceived the Public On Officers' Protest
  109. Nigeria: Parliament Condemns Land Grab By Chinese Firms
  110. Nigeria: Nigeria Taxpayers Hit 13.4 Million
  111. Nigeria: Super Falcons Defeat South Africa, to Face Cameroon in Final
  112. Egypt: Cairo Witnesses Intensive Sudanese - Egyptian Activity
  113. Egypt: Court Sentences 11 to 5 Years in Prison Over November Protests
  114. West Africa: Sahel Could Bamako Fall to the Terrorists?
  115. Algeria: 17 Films, Tribute to Kateb Yacine At 9th Algerian Film Panorama in France
  116. Africa: From Libya With Tears - Story of Trafficked Nigerian Woman
  117. Tanzania: Magufuli, Lungu Vows to Transform Railway Firm
  118. Rwanda: Anti-Gender-Based Violence Regional Centre Inaugurated
  119. Tanzania: Muhimbili National Hospital Plans Free Hepatitis Treatment
  120. Tanzania: Govt Urged to Review 'Outdated' 1971 Marriage Act
  121. Nigeria: Senate Confirmed, Then Controversially Reversed Self On Buhari's Nominee
  122. Algeria: Energy - Sonatrach, Eni Sign Several Cooperation Agreements
  123. Head-on collision claims 8
  124. EDITORIAL COMMENT : Bond notes: Let’s all play our roles
  125. Musicians ready for Sulu’s big day
  126. 24hr ultimatum for Moyo
  127. Seed Co expects sales to treble
  128. 3 die, 35 injured in bus crash
  129. ANC in KZN backs Zuma
  130. POSB fined $500k for bond notes pictures
  131. President off to Cuba for Fidel Castro’s burial
  132. Public hearings on Bills commence
  133. Zimbabwe: Two Die in Controversial Army Recruitment Drive - Report
  134. Zimbabwe: Council Workers Mull Strike
  135. Zimbabwe: Moyo's 'Loyalist' Claims Dismissed
  136. South Africa: Three Cabinet Ministers Want Zuma to Resign - Report
  137. South Africa: HIV Vaccine Trial to Begin
  138. Zimbabwe: At Least 20 Malawians Stuck in Prison
  139. Africa: How You Can Beat The Sugar-Fuelled Diabetes Epidemic
  140. South Africa: Public Protector Denies Laying Charges Against Predecessor
  141. Kenya: Electoral Commission Chair Job Re-Advertised
  142. Somalia: Mogadishu Bombing Death Toll Hits 25 As Police Arrest 10 Al Shabab Suspects
  143. Uganda: New Electoral Commission, Old Problems
  144. Uganda: Journalist Arrested Over Filming Military Raid On Royal Palace
  145. Sudan: Govt Closes TV Channel, Warns Another
  146. Cameroon: Labor Unrest After Clashes Over Language Discrimination
  147. Nigeria: Nigerians to Show Evidence of Tax Payment To Get International Passports
  148. Nigeria: How Drug Addiction Threatens a Generation of Northern Nigerian Women (Part 2
  149. Nigeria: Minister Decries Security Challenges in Oil, Gas Sector
  150. Nigeria: Boko Haram Resurgence - Military Accepts Errors, Identifies Fault-Lines
  151. Egypt: Al-Jazeera Documentary On Egyptian Conscripts Reignites Media War With Qatar
  152. Algeria: Volkswagen, Sovac Ink MoU On Creation of Factory in Relizane
  153. Egypt: Egypt Denies Sending Military Troops to Syria
  154. Algeria: Q&A - the Rise of Algeria's Scientific Capacity
  155. Zimbabwe: ZimPraise Goes International, Choir Invited for UK Collaborations
  156. Zimbabwe: Bond Notes Finally Out
  157. Rwanda: We All Must Value Trees in Our Daily Lives, Says Biruta
  158. Rwanda: Local Clubs Commended After Remarkable Tour Du Rwanda Debut
  159. Rwanda: Hearing for 5 Genocide Suspects Starts in UK Court
  160. East Africa: Revenue Bodies Raise Red Flag Over Fraud Cases
  161. Morocco: Moroccan TV 'Sorry' for Makeup Tips to Hide Domestic Violence
  162. The Fidel Castro That Black People Know – MUST READ ARTICLE
  163. Council workers mull strike
  164. Women’s bank awaits licence
  165. Chamisa now a pastor
  166. Vic Falls offers 50pc discount to ratepayers
  167. Govt relaxes medical advertising rules
  168. 250 hectares maize destroyed by stalk borer
  169. Moyo’s ‘loyalist’ claims dismissed
  170. History-making Siamese twins turn 2
  171. Zanu-PF atones for Norton, wins Chimanimani West
  172. Bond notes finally out
  173. Namibia: Football Players Union Loses Labour Case
  174. South Africa: Man Killed, Woman Wounded in Attempted Hijacking
  175. South Africa: Man Accused of Raping 6-Year-Old Boy
  176. South Africa: Overnight Vandalism Shuts Down Cape Town Trains
  177. South Africa: Food Union to March Against Sugar Tax
  178. South Africa: Former North West Mayor Dies in Accident
  179. South Africa: Presidency Mum On Reports of a Pending Cabinet Reshuffle
  180. South Africa: Noma Khumalo Crowned Idols South Africa Winner
  181. Kenya: We Will Not Admit Foreign Students, School of Law Says
  182. Kenya: Higher Education Also Needs Reform
  183. Kenya: Elections Body Sneaked in 2 Million Votes - Odinga
  184. Kenya: Ruling Party, Opposition in War of Words
  185. Uganda: Dozens Killed in Fighting Between Govt Forces and Tribal Militia
  186. Nigeria: Niger Delta Bomb Attacks: the Search for Motives
  187. Nigeria: Electoral Commission Declares Rotimi Akeredolu Governor-Elect
  188. Nigeria: How We'll Deal With Fraudulent Claims in N-Power Jobs - Presidency
  189. Nigeria: How British American Tobacco Made Us Sick, Then Dismissed Us - Former Employ
  190. Nigeria: Trump Will Not Disrupt U.S., Nigeria Relationship - Official
  191. Do Not Let Them Trick You, Fidel Castro Is A Hero, Cubans In Miami Are TRAITORS!
  192. South Africa: Free State Woman Missing, Police Call for Information
  193. South Africa: Preserve Chief Albert Luthuli's Legacy - Mkhwebane
  194. Nigeria/South Africa: Super Falcons to Face Bayana Bayana in Semi-Final
  195. South Africa: Castro an Unsurpassed Socialist Fighter - Malema
  196. South Africa: ANC Must Change Negative Narrative - Mantashe
  197. South Africa: Cricket Pays Tribute to Goddard
  198. South Africa: Leave Ruling Party Intact, Veteran Tells Leaders
  199. Malawi: Govt Commends EU for Development, Humanitarian Aid
  200. Africa: Castro's Death, Lackadaisical Medics and Bogus Internet
  201. Nigeria/Kenya: Starlets Bow Out Winless After Nigeria Beating
  202. Kenya: Prisons Team Inch Closer to Volleyball Title
  203. Uganda: I Know Why Sheikhs Were Killed, Says Witness
  204. Somalia: Deadly Car Bomb Hits Marketplace
  205. Nigeria: Billionaire Businessman Ayeni Released
  206. Nigeria: Ruling Party Calls for Sustained Training of Elections Body Staff
  207. Nigeria: Fresh Attack in Kaduna Claims Four Lives
  208. Ghana/Nigeria: Nigeria, Ghana Complete Semis Line-Up
  209. Nigeria: President Mourns Cuban Leader Castro
  210. Fidel Castro, Cuba’s Former President, Has Died At Age 90
  211. White Supremacist Groups Growing Faster Than Isis On Twitter
  212. US Votes Against UN Resolution Condemning Nazism
  213. Remembering The Chimoio Attack, A Rhodesian Atrocity
  214. Racist, Xenophobic Britain Is Going Down The Drain
  215. President caps 4 708 at MSU
  216. Sibanda tips FC Platinum
  217. President to address Parliament
  218. Who will be kings?
  219. Lifestyles & diabetes risk
  220. Poly lecturer up for extortion
  221. Govt to recruit more magistrates
  222. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let the good times roll for our Chevrons
  223. THE OTHER SIDE NATHANIEL MANHERU: Bond notes: When mere depositors debate
  224. Sharuko on saturday
  225. Zimbabwe: Moyo Demands U.S.$9 Million From Zimpapers
  226. South Africa: Understanding the Court Challenge to the Nuclear Deal
  227. South Africa: South Africans Mark 16 Days of Activism
  228. South Africa: Ratings Agency to Announce Credit Rating Decision
  229. Zambia: Zambian Women Committing Spousal Homicide
  230. Zimbabwe: Soldiers Go On the Rampage
  231. Mozambique: Minister Appointed as University Vice Chancellor
  232. Uganda: South Sudan Refugees Resort to Selling Charcoal for Survival
  233. Kenya: Kenyatta Shuts Door on Politicians Getting Quick Degrees
  234. Kenya: 'Opposition Leader Odinga Benefitting From Graft'
  235. South Sudan: Starvation Threat Numbers Soar
  236. Somalia: At Least Seven Killed in Central Somalia Fighting
  237. Nigeria: Falconets Stranded in Abuja Hotel
  238. Nigeria: Disasters Loom At Airports Over Obsolete Traffic Tools
  239. Liberia: 'No Law Restricting Gay Rights in Liberia' - Sirleaf Tells Canadian PM
  240. Nigeria: University Vice Chancellor Accused of N800 Million Fraud
  241. Africa: Shell Tries to Dodge Responsibility for Nigeria Oil Spills... Again
  242. Tunisia: Tunisia Casts a Light On its Bloody Past
  243. Africa: Algeria Willing to Consolidate Arab-African Partnership Gains
  244. Tunisia: NGO Organises Workshops for Tunisian Women Entering Politics
  245. Egypt/South Africa: Banyana Banyana Hit Egypt for Five to Reach Semis
  246. Egypt/South Africa: Banyana Banyana Wallop Egypt to Storm Into Semis
  247. Zimbabwe: Govt Approves Design for Highway Dualisation
  248. Rwanda: Govt, Exporters Pledge to Revitalise Exports
  249. Rwanda: Govt Enters Partnership With Microsoft
  250. Rwanda: Prosecution in Drive to Create Criminal Research Centre