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  1. Chiyangwa demands $100m compensation
  2. $1,7bn required for agric season
  3. 3 000 teachers struck off payroll
  4. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Lessons from Glen View complex fire
  5. MaNtuli denies ‘plot’ to poison Zuma
  6. Sadc asks China for TV news channel
  7. Behind The Obama Visit To East Africa
  8. How Powerful Is Egypt?
  9. Dr. Patricia Bath – Fight For The Right To Sight
  10. Donald Trump: No Black Presidents For A While Because Of Obama
  11. Police Union Files Grievance To Get Ray Tensing His Job Back
  12. Egypt: President Amends Electoral Laws
  13. Egypt: 20 Suspected Militants Killed in North Sinai Shelling - Military Sources
  14. Morocco: Throne Day - HM the King Receives the Best Wishes of the Royal Armed Forces
  15. Morocco: Throne Day - HM the King, Commander of the Faithful Chairs Allegiance Ceremo
  16. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi Receives Oman's FM
  17. West Africa: Call to Boost Use of New Ebola Vaccine
  18. Nigeria: Buhari Releases Support Funds for Boko Haram Victims
  19. Cameroon: Cameroon, Nigeria Pushes Fight Against Boko Haram
  20. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Kills Many in Maiduguri Park
  21. Sierra Leone: Ebola Death in Sierra Leone Leads to Mass Quarantine
  22. Somalia: Hundreds Flee Town After Heavy Fighting
  23. Kenya: School, Mines Closed Over Cholera Outbreak
  24. Sudan: New Militant Settlers Rape Farmers in East Jebel Marra
  25. Somalia: Amisom Troops Killed 7 Unarmed Civilians
  26. Kenya: Kenyans Furious Over Staggering KQ Loss
  27. South Africa: One Tune, Different Hymns - Tackling Climate Change in South Africa
  28. South Africa: Pirates Lift Carling Cup Trophy
  29. South Africa: Tutu to Stay in Hospital for 'Another Few Days'
  30. Zimbabwe: Retrenchments Not the Solution
  31. Zimbabwe: Unions Give Mugabe a 72-Hour Ultimatum to Stop Job Losses
  32. South Africa/Zimbabwe: Amaglug-Glug Ready for Zim
  33. Zimbabwe: R.I.P Cecil the Lion. What Will Be His Legacy? and Who Decides?
  34. Zimbabwe: Chidyausiku Ruling - NRZ Fires 1 500 Workers
  35. Zimbabwe Seeks Extradition Of American Poacher Over Lion’s Death
  36. Officers At Sam DuBose Scene Involved In Death Of Another Unarmed Black Man
  37. ‘5 Strategies For De-Westernising Globalisation’ By Ali Mazrui
  38. Cameroon Shuts Down Mosques After Terror Attacks
  39. Brazil: Judge Absolves Death Squad Members Who Killed 12 Black Men Execution Style
  40. Egypt: History Repeats Itself
  41. Western Sahara: Sahrawi Govt Condemns Moroccan King
  42. Tunisia: Counterterror Law Endangers Rights, Say NGOs
  43. Tunisia: Boosting Tunisian-French Co-Operation in Security Field
  44. Algeria: Algerian-Niger BBC Meeting - Three-Sub Committees Set Up to Boost Border Coo
  45. West Africa: Ebola Vaccine 'Highly Effective', Results Show
  46. West Africa: Dark Cloud Hangs Over Nigeria and Cameroon - Biya
  47. Nigeria: Many Feared Killed in Maiduguri Bus Station Blast
  48. Guinea Bissau: Experiences of African People Across the World Brought to Life Through
  49. Liberia: Ebola Has Been Contained - Offical
  50. Burundi: Opposition Leader in Surprise Move in Burundi
  51. Uganda: A Village School Struggling With Solar Energy to Ensure Good Education
  52. Ethiopia: The Secret to Ethiopia's Counterterrorism Success
  53. Tanzania: Presidential Aspirant Loses Special Seats Ticket
  54. Kenya: Divide and Conquer
  55. Zimbabwe: Govt Seeks Extradition of American Lion Hunter
  56. Mozambique: Rhino Horns Seized in Hong Kong
  57. Zimbabwe: Economy Melts Down As Succession Battle Rages
  58. Zimbabwe: What the Debate Over Cecil the Lion Should Be About
  59. Angola: Between Rhetoric and Reality
  60. Mozambique: Unemployed Youths Live in 'Waithood'
  61. Zimbabwe: Govt Arm-Twists Diamond Mining Firms
  62. Nigeria: Dangote’s Smooth Landing
  63. Busted: Video Shows Georgia Cop Slammed Elderly Black Man’s Head On Concrete And Lied
  64. Africa To Obama: Mind Your Own Business
  65. Body Cameras Can’t Stop Bad Cops
  66. Ethiopia: The Secret To Ethiopia’s Counterterrorism Success
  67. Marijuana Is More Dangerous For Men Than Women, Experts Warn
  68. Black Lives, White Silence And The Second Reconstruction*
  69. Libya: Libya - Flawed Trial of Gaddafi Officials
  70. Morocco: The Forgotten Frontline of the Migrant Crisis
  71. Egypt: Zamalek Celebrate First League Crown in 11-Years
  72. Egypt: Ruling On Al Jazeera Journalists Postponed to Aug 2
  73. Libya: Italian Authorities Confirm the Deaths of 14 People on Board a Boat Carrying H
  74. Liberia: Liberia Begins Ebola-Free Countdown for Third Time
  75. Nigeria: No, Nigeria Is Not the World's Biggest Champagne Consumer After France
  76. Nigeria: Airforce Cuts Boko Haram Supply Routes
  77. Nigeria: One Year Later, Bomb Victims Yet to Receive Billionaires, Govt Funds
  78. Cote d'Ivoire: Côte d'Ivoire - Extortion By Security Forces
  79. Uganda: Govt Officials Aiding Human Trafficking - Report
  80. Sudan: Doubling of Water and Electricity Tariffs 'Unlawful'
  81. Kenya: US Gives Military Millions of Dollars to Fight Al-Shabaab
  82. Kenya: Church Told Off Over Polio Vaccine
  83. Kenya: Promises + an Unusual Autograph = Date With Barack Obama
  84. South Africa: ANC Alliance 'Has Power As Strong As God's'
  85. Zimbabwe: Calls for American Dentist to Face Justice Over 'Cecil the Lion'
  86. Swaziland: King's Budget Rises By 25%
  87. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Threatens British, U.S Envoys
  88. South Africa: Batten Down the Hatches - Winter Weather Gets Wild
  89. Zimbabwe: Accused Lion Hunter Released On Bail
  90. Zimbabwe: American Dentist Who Killed Lion Apologises - to Patients
  91. South Africa: PE Protest Schools Re-Open 'Peacefully'
  92. Thug Cop Who Murdered Sam DuBose Is Free On Bail
  93. Countdown To African Standby Force Begins
  94. VIDEO: Crowd Becomes Angry As They Watch NYPD Thugs Jump On One Man
  95. Zimbabwe Threatens To Expel British And American Ambassadors
  96. A Quarter Of The World’s Population Will Live In Africa By 2050
  97. How To Become An Entrepreneur At Midlife
  98. 5 Things To Know About Financial Literacy
  99. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Blames UK, U.S for Vendors Menace, Threatens to Kick Out Envoys
  100. South Africa: Serial Fraudster Takes Cops for a Ride - for 14 Years
  101. Egypt: Irrigation Minister Lauds Sudan Efforts for Solutions Regarding Ethiopia's Dam
  102. Egypt: Policeman Killed in Shooting At Niger Embassy in Cairo
  103. Libya: UN Rights Officials Seriously Concerned By Verdicts in Trial of Former Members
  104. Tunisia: Baghdadi Mahmoudi's Defence Says It Will Sue Hamadi Jebali
  105. Egypt: Egypt Bans Tuk-Tuks in Central Cairo
  106. Nigeria: Change Agenda Will Succeed – Senate President Saraki
  107. Nigeria: Nigeria and the U.S. Press the Reset Button On Relations
  108. Nigeria: Troops Rout Boko Haram in Buratai's Hometown
  109. Nigeria: Nigerian Senator, Shehu Sani, Backs Serial Rapist, Bill Cosby
  110. Tanzania: Free SMS Campaign Helps Pregnant Women, New Mothers
  111. Kenya: Actors, Fans Mourn Mzee Ojwang As Burial Procession Kicks Off
  112. Kenya: Govt Insists Polio Vaccine Drive to Go On Despite Protest
  113. Somalia: Police Locks Down Key Roads in Mogadishu
  114. Burundi: More Than 40 Child Fighters Jailed
  115. South Africa: Dragging Murder - State Witness' Credibility Questioned
  116. South Africa: Load Shedding Hits Food Production
  117. South Africa: E-Tolls - Legal Glitch Halts Licence Discs Being Withheld
  118. South Africa: Big Petrol Price Drop On the Cards
  119. South Africa: Blue Lagoon's Trashy Situation
  120. Namibia: Predecessors Not to Blame for Land Crisis - Geingob
  121. President reassures workers, blasts law
  122. School, parents in religious row
  123. Fire guts GV home industry complex
  124. Tale of shattered dreams, despair
  125. Sacked Zuva managers turn to ConCourt
  126. Outrage over Mamelodi gaffe
  127. Zim trade deficit widens to $1,8bn
  128. Cry our beloved reading culture
  129. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Chinamasa has his work cut out
  130. Employers finalise draft on job cuts
  131. Zimbabwe Issues Arrest Warrant For American Poacher Who Murdered And Decapitated Ceci
  132. BREAKING: Prosecutors Release Video Of Sam Dubose Shooting, File Murder Charges
  133. The Video Of Police Killing Of Sam Dubose Is Apparently So Bad Cincinnati Is Preparin
  134. How The Legacy Of Slavery Affects The Mental Health Of Black Americans Today
  135. Nigerian Army Frees Dozens Of Women, Children From Boko Haram
  136. Zimbabwe’s ‘Iconic’ Lion Cecil Murdered By American Animal Killer
  137. Billion-Dollar Bloodlines: America’s Richest Families 2015
  138. South Africa: Desmond Tutu Readmitted to Hospital
  139. Zimbabwe: U.S. Dentist Accused of Killing Cecil the Lion
  140. Libya: Court Sentences Gaddafi's Son, Seven Others to Death
  141. Egypt: Greste Expects 'Not Guilty' for All Involved in Al Jazeera Trial
  142. Egypt: Death Toll From Qaliyubia Factory Fire Rises to 24 - Medical Source
  143. Egypt: Young Student Risks Handicap for Life for Taking Pictures of Peaceful Protests
  144. Tunisia: Tunisia Transitional Justice Unit Focuses On Victims
  145. Nigeria: New Government Paves Way for Productive U.S. Ties
  146. Chad: Hissène Habré Lawyers Fight Back
  147. Nigeria: Nigerian Media Seeks to Cope With Boko Haram Threat
  148. Nigeria: Science and Technology Hold the Key to Nigeria Reaching Its Full Potential
  149. Nigeria: Govt Urged to Screen Newborns for Hearing Loss
  150. Africa: Obama Chides African Leaders Who Cling to Power
  151. South Sudan: East African Leaders, Obama Set Deadline for S. Sudan Peace Deal
  152. Tanzania: Former PM Heads to Opposition as Presidential Race Heats Up
  153. Sudan: Water, Electricity Tariffs Double in Sudan's Capital
  154. Kenya: Rape is Turning into a Crisis, Chief Justice Says
  155. South Africa: Police Officers in Court Over Mozambican Man's Dragging Death
  156. South Africa: Rebranding Condom Campaign - Will It Work This Time?
  157. South Africa: Boy, 14, Held After Shooting Rampage on Joburg Street
  158. South Africa: Improving Student Teachers' in-School Experiences Is a Smart Investment
  159. South Africa: Nation Struggling Agricultural Sector - What Went Wrong 20 Years Ago
  160. Zimbabwe: On Zimbabwe's Steady Decline
  161. South Africa: RIP Ricey, Cricketing Rambo
  162. South Africa: Best Two Seconds of My Life - Jayde's Mom After Bail Dismissal
  163. Pasuwa walks away
  164. EDITORAL COMMENT: We are renowned farmers, we are proud
  165. Deputy Chief Justice attaches tenant’s property
  166. Zimra misses H1 revenue target
  167. Charly Black comes to Harare
  168. Mamelodi role questioned
  169. Mahachi demands exit package
  170. The name Cecil smells, even on a lion
  171. NewsDay fires journalists, inserters
  172. All set for mid-term fiscal policy review
  173. Mwalimu Julius Nyerere: A True Pan-Africanist
  174. Five Things CNN Should Have Said About Kenya Would Have Been True
  175. So, What Makes Africans So Happy? You’d Be Surprised
  176. The Latest Effort To Obliterate Black People From San Francisco
  177. Obama Sr: The Man Who Gave The US Its First Black President
  178. “Anonymous” Calls For “Day Of Rage,” Demands Officer Who Pulled Over Sandra Bland Be
  179. Black Students In The U.S. Get Criminalized While White Students Get Treatment
  180. Nigeria: The Phones No Longer Ring
  181. Uganda: British Airways Suspends Entebbe Flights
  182. South Africa: Prasa's Head of Engineering Quits
  183. Egypt: Computer System Identifies Cattle From Nose Prints
  184. Egypt: Verdict in Al Jazeera Case Test of Egypt's Commitment to Human Rights
  185. Morocco: Moroccan King Must Allow Ali Lmrabet to Practice Journalism
  186. Egypt: Egypt Arrests Press Advocate, Accuses Him of Belonging to Banned Group
  187. Egypt: Egypt's Stock Market Retreats Amid Profit-Taking
  188. Nigeria: Polio Eradication - Nigeria Makes History
  189. Nigeria: National Assembly Crisis - Tension Mounts
  190. Nigeria: Country Will Not Investigate Alleged ExxonMobil Oil Spill - Official
  191. Nigeria: Buhari's Transition Panel Hands Over To-Do List with Deadline
  192. Nigeria: Why Goodluck Jonathan is Refusing Interviews
  193. South Sudan: Obama Pushes for End to South Sudan Conflict
  194. Ethiopia: PM to Step Up Fight Against Terror After Obama Talks
  195. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Attacks Mogadishu Hotel
  196. South Sudan: World Should Back Expanded Mediation on South Sudan - Crisis Group
  197. Burundi: Will East Africa Now Embrace Nkurunziza?
  198. Angola: Govt Launches Crackdown Amid Plunging Oil Prices
  199. South Africa: Live Ammunition Fired at School Protest - Reporter
  200. Zambia: President Launches Marine Unit
  201. South Africa: 70-Year-Old Fights Off Housebreakers With Phone Directory
  202. Botswana: Judgement Reserved in ARV Access Appeal
  203. South Africa: Macia Murder Trial Postponed Again
  204. Hwange’s iconic lion killed
  205. First Lady has zeal for education: President
  206. Sign up, diamond firms ordered
  207. Supreme Court in another labour judgment
  208. ZCTU snubs crisis indaba on sackings •Body’s sincerity called to question •ZFTU, Gove
  209. MDC-T summoned to Europe
  210. No CDF for 8th Parliament
  211. Tobacco sales surpass target
  212. Death sentence under spotlight
  213. Banker steals, blows $170k on gambling
  214. Kenya: Obama's 'Homecoming' Connects Continents - and Colleagues
  215. Africa: Africa50 to hold Constitutive General Assembly in Casablanca
  216. Tunisia: Terrorism Has Nothing to Do With Islam, Will Not Destabilise Country, Says P
  217. Tunisia: Media Reports of Foiled Attempt to Murder Libyan Minister in Tunis Groundles
  218. Tunisia: Republic Day - Presidential Pardon to 1,581 Prisoners
  219. Tunisia: Interior Ministry Says Bearded Algerian Nationals Were Not Denied Entry in T
  220. Nigeria: Misread U.S. Law Can Help Buhari
  221. Cameroon: 'Female' Suicide Bomber Strikes Night Spot
  222. Gambia: Detainees Flee Gambia to Avoid Re-Arrest
  223. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Kills 14 in Sunday Market
  224. Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone Begins Treating Ebola Patients With Survivors' Plasma
  225. Kenya: Barack Obama Urges Kenya to Empower Women and Girls
  226. Ethiopia: Obama Begins Ethiopia Visit
  227. Kenya: Women Boost Health and Wealth By Growing Crops in Sacks
  228. Sudan: Air Force, Militia Attack Darfur Villages
  229. Ethiopia: Obama Juggles Security and Rights Concerns in Ethiopia Visit
  230. South Africa: Ex-Aide to Zuma Highlights 'Blind Spot'
  231. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Fight Personal, About Gossip - Grace Mugabe
  232. Zimbabwe: Paranoia Hits Zanu-PF Bigwigs
  233. Zimbabwe: Bosso, Dembare Draw in Bulawayo Encounter
  234. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Shares Bed With Teenage Son, Wife Reveals
  235. Mozambique: Nyusi Remains Willing to Speak With Dhlakama
  236. Zimbabwe: Exciting Times for Manyuchi
  237. Kenya: U.S. to Give Sh101 Billion Fund for Women Centres in Kenya, Zambia, Mali - Oba
  238. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Obama out of touch with Africa
  239. America’s new brutalism: The death of Sandra Bland
  240. Mwalimu: A true pan-Africanist
  241. Can the African Union defeat Al-Shabaab?
  242. Submitting to moral blackmail
  243. Chiyangwa wins Harare South land dispute
  244. Corrupt cops to face the music
  245. Cuba marks 62nd anniversary
  246. Six killed in Somalia hotel attack
  247. Chinyama rescues DeMbare
  248. Harar, Africa’s Holiest City?
  249. Africa Is No Longer A Continent That Begs For Aid, Uhuru
  250. Somalia: African Forces Capture Al-Shabaab Head Quarters