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  1. South Africa: South Africa 'Broke Its Own Laws By Hosting Bashir'
  2. South Africa: Emergent Union Chief Tried to Defuse Conflict
  3. South Africa: Inquiry Into Mine Killings Says Police Lied
  4. MPOI reaffirms President’s lead
  5. Microsoft deal to benefit 1,4 million pupils
  6. Kagame breathes fire over spy chief’s arrest
  7. Zifa chief lies again
  8. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Africa must dump kangaroo ICC
  9. St a r fm’s stylish birthday
  10. Touts leave cop for dead
  11. ZESA to import Zambian power
  12. MP: Constituency’s ‘Father Christmas’
  13. Govt won’t rush to enforce Indigenisation Act
  14. The Dominican Republic’s Mass Haitian Deportation Reflects Its Racist History
  15. Mozambique And Angola Celebrate 40 Years Of Independence
  16. Obama’s Upcoming Visit To Ethiopia Recognizes Country’s ‘Enormous Importance’
  17. Greetings From Asmara, Eritrea
  18. This Startup Pays Kids In Africa To Learn How To Code
  19. Africa’s Ancient Art To Be Saved, With Your Help
  20. Arsonist Target Black Church In Charlotte, North Carolina
  21. Uganda: How Goes the Hunt for Joseph Kony and the LRA?
  22. Battle for zim back
  23. ‘No going back on vendors deadline’
  24. Audit smokes out $11m Zinara fraud
  25. Sulu, Zinara on warpath
  26. Council attaches residents’ property
  27. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Industry needs collective, holistic policies
  28. Competitiveness Bill approved
  29. ‘Britain must compensate us’
  30. France summons US envoy over ‘spying’
  31. Sulphuric acid attack victim dies
  32. Libya: UN Envoy Meets With Armed Groups in Support of Political Agreement
  33. Western Sahara: The Frustration of the Saharawi People Can No Longer Be Contained Wit
  34. Morocco: Colonization of Western Sahara Must Be Brought to an Immediate and Unconditi
  35. Algeria: EU Wishes to Work With Algeria for Peace in Mediterranean
  36. Egypt/Tunisia: A 'Clash of Titans' As Ahly Entertains Esperance
  37. Burkina Faso: Meeting the October Election Target
  38. Nigeria: President Vows to Recover Billions of Dollars Stolen By Past Officials
  39. Guinea: Malaria Deaths in Guinea Likely to Exceed Ebola Toll As Patients Shun Clinics
  40. Ghana: Traders, KMA Square Up - in Botched Eviction Exercise
  41. Ghana: Old Fadama Must Go - but It Must Be Done With a Human Face
  42. South Africa: Bashir Court Warns of 'Chaos' If Govt Defies Law
  43. Africa: ICC - Sad Lesson of Lofty Ideals Trumped By Reality Repeats Itself
  44. South Africa: Court Invites Criminal Probe Into Al-Bashir Saga
  45. Africa: Elephant Poaching Pinpointed With DNA
  46. Ethiopia: Alarm Bells for Ruling Party's 100 Percent Election Victory
  47. South Africa: SA Troops Amongst Worst Sexual Offenders - UN Report
  48. Zimbabwe: Ex-Minister Says Mugabe Pushing for ICC Pull-Out
  49. South Africa: Why Parole for Oscar Pistorius Is Perfectly Legitimate
  50. South Africa: Eskom's Class Agenda
  51. South Africa: Court to Rule on Ruling Party Leader's Fraud Case
  52. Africa’s Entrepreneurs Set To Be Seeded By $1bn Growth Fund
  53. This Is Nigeria’s Moment
  54. Ivory Coast To Record Double-Digit Growth In 2016
  55. Black Churches Taught Us To Forgive White People. We Learned To Shame Ourselves
  56. Black America Should Stop Forgiving White Racists
  57. Hateful Wench Claims She Was Attacked By Black Men, Faked Injuries With Makeup
  58. How White Christians Used The Bible — And Confederate Flag — To Oppress Black People
  59. South Africa: Government Notes IMF Findings
  60. Algeria: Algerian Scientists Help Solve Universe's Mysteries
  61. Egypt: Sisi Meets Education Minister, Urges National Campaign to Upgrade Schools
  62. Algeria: Car Manufacturing Plant in Algeria - Talks Underway With Group Psa Peugeot-C
  63. Egypt: Egypt Court Overturns TV Presenter Moussa's Sentence for False News
  64. Tunisia: International Arrest Warrant Against Two Egyptians Involved in Chourabi/Ktar
  65. Liberia: Ebola Vaccine Volunteers Showing No Serious Side Effects - Official
  66. Mali: Tuareg Peace Deal Raises Hopes but Faces Challenges
  67. Ghana: Respecting Culture Could Fix Schools' Problems
  68. Nigeria: Enyeama May Be Expelled From Super Eagles
  69. Mali: Peace Deal Raises Hopes of Stability
  70. Burundi: Burundi Still Restless a Week Before Vote
  71. South Sudan: Gov't Declares Cholera Outbreak
  72. Kenya: More Than Half of Gikomba Market Razed in Fire
  73. Ethiopia: UK Minister for Africa 'Expresses Concern' Over Poll Results
  74. Kenya: Safaricom Sues Airtel Over Trademark Infringement
  75. South Africa: Army Targets Migrants on World Refugee Day
  76. South Africa: Being Seen As Well As Heard Can Transform Children's Lives
  77. Mozambique: What Mozambique Can Do to Achieve Rapid Economic and Social Progress
  78. South Africa: Apartheid Continues to Cast Shadow On Equality of Opportunity
  79. Namibia: Namibia Might Review ICC Membership
  80. Sudan: We Didn't Give Al-Bashir Safe Passage - Govt
  81. Zimbabwe: 'Mugabe Runs Wi-Fi Govt'
  82. JJ bounces back
  83. Landmark ruling on inheritance
  84. Mliswa to contest Guzah poll victory
  85. Sadc child marriage model law on cards
  86. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Mutasa must act his age, not shoe size
  87. Gamblers warned of fraudsters
  88. Fifa refuse to endorse dube’s crackdown on rebel councillors
  89. Innscor’s bread sales improve
  90. SA should pull out of ICC: Gwede Mantashe
  91. Men lose car over $53 bootleg
  92. Incredible Photos Show The Moment A Protective Mother Hippo Takes A Chunk Out Of A Cr
  93. Outrage As Britain Arrests Rwandan Intelligence Chief
  94. The Rise Of Africa’s Software Entrepreneurs
  95. Wife Of Israeli Politician Tweets Racist Obama Joke – And Social Media Reacts
  96. Cops Bought Dylann Roof Burger King Hours After Charleston Massacre
  97. Israeli Police Clash With Anti-Racism Ethiopian Jewish Protesters
  98. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley Calls For Removal Of Confederate Flag From State Capi
  99. Mozambique: A New Era for Mozambique
  100. Egypt: U.S. Provides Egyptian Navy With Fast Missile Craft Worth U.S.$1.1 Billion - E
  101. Egypt: Military Tribunal Sentences 14 to Life in Absentia
  102. Morocco: No Country in the World Recognizes Morocco's Sovereignty Over Western Sahara
  103. Egypt: IPI Urges Release of Al Jazeera Journalist Arrested in Berlin
  104. Algeria: Lamamra Dubs 'Historical' CMA Signing of Mali Peace Agreement On Saturday
  105. Benin: Porto Novo - a City Taking Action Against Climate Change
  106. Africa: From Burundi to Nigeria - Power to the People in Africa?
  107. Nigeria: Sell 11 Presidential Planes, Buhari Told
  108. Nigeria: Buhari Slashes Ministries - Source
  109. Nigeria: 'We Ate Grass and Drank Urine'
  110. Burundi: Is Burundi's Electoral Process Fatally Flawed?
  111. Africa: Obama's Visit - Why Africa Matters to America
  112. East Africa: East Africa's Role in the Transatlantic Slave Trade
  113. Somalia: Senior Al Shabaab Figure Killed in South West Somalia
  114. South Africa: Can the Prosecuting Authority's Credibility Be Rebuilt?
  115. Africa: Who Made it to Top African Entrepreneurs List for Under 30s?
  116. Africa: Why South Africa's Karoo Is a Palaeontological Wonderland
  117. Africa: Dinosaur Eggs Get Ready to Hatch Their Secrets - 200 Million Years Later
  118. Zimbabwe: Former Mugabe Aide Says Tsvangirai Won 2008 Polls
  119. Africa: More Children Going to School - but Is Quantity a Distraction From Quality?
  120. South Africa: PHOTO: BMW Z4 Crash Leaves Man Dead
  121. Zec stands by Keith Guzah
  122. Argentine leader not seeking re-election
  123. Banking sector profits decline
  124. Curator reflects on Basel Art Fair
  125. Grenade attacks leave four dead
  126. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Human capital exports progressive
  127. ‘it’s time to step down’
  128. Chinotimba accused of fraud
  129. Airzim relaunches Harare-Lusaka route
  130. Children and sex: The law is clear as mud
  131. Africans Invest Billions Of Dollars In China
  132. Ethiopia Beating The Economic Odds
  133. Why Colonial Symbols Are So Loathed In Africa
  134. Time For A New Black Radicalism
  135. American Militarism And The Charleston Massacre
  136. President Mugabe Salutes African Support
  137. Two Men From Charleston – The Gantt Report
  138. Egypt: Egypt Slams Fire Shooting Inside Church in Charleston
  139. Tunisia: Fivb World League - Group F - Day 2 - Tunisia - Turkey 1-3
  140. Morocco: HM the King Inaugurates Youth Vocational Training Center and Lays Foundation
  141. Tunisia: Prime Minister Stresses Government's Role in Fight Against Illegal Practices
  142. Tunisia: Chourabi and Ktari's Case Discussed As Justice Minister Meets With Represent
  143. Nigeria: Buhari to Move Into Presidential Villa
  144. Nigeria: 'Poor Intelligence Network Responsible for Rise in Terrorism'
  145. Cameroon: China Into Quarters As Cameroon Odyssey Ends
  146. Gambia/Senegal: Senegal Outclass Gambia in Dakar
  147. Nigeria: Boko Haram - Chad Moves to Arrest Foreigners
  148. Chad: Govt Ban On Islamic Veil After Attacks Divides Muslims
  149. Somalia: Al-Shabab 'Kills Many' in Raid On Army Base
  150. South Sudan: Divided and Desperate Along South Sudan's Front-Line
  151. Somalia: Four Killed in Al-Shabaab Attack Near Somali Intelligence Centre
  152. Kenya/Ethiopia: Stars Open Chan Campaign With a Loss
  153. Zimbabwe: Insulting Grace Is Now More Dangerous Than Taunting Mugabe
  154. Namibia: The Struggle for Urban Land Must Come to an End
  155. Namibia: Ovambanderu - Rapprochement and Reconciliation Not in Sight
  156. South Africa: 86 Arrested in Cape Town During Operation Fiela
  157. Namibia: One Namibia, One Nation, Finish and Klaar!
  158. South Africa: Hero's Welcome for Cuban 5
  159. Zimbabwe: Foreign Investors Boost Local Capital Markets
  160. Zimbabwe: Midzi's Daughter Slams Zanu-PF, Media Over Father's Treatment
  161. Mliswa probe continues: Police
  162. Govt signs 54 trade pacts
  163. ‘Tourism an instrument of peace’
  164. UN appoints Burundi mediator
  165. Jobs deal for Zim graduates• Labour exportation agreements sealed • Govt working on d
  166. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Young girls need adequate protection
  167. Warriors beat Comoros
  168. Bhasikiti takes case to ConCourt
  169. Govt not happy with safari operators: President
  170. Tomana refuses to clarify statement
  171. Africa’s Richest Man Looks To Take On The Gunners
  172. Meet Rachel Maia, CEO Of Pandora Brasil – The Third Largest Jewelry Company In The Wo
  173. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Nephew's Home Burns - But Bed is Safe
  174. Zimbabwe: Tuku, Tocky and Winky D Headline in for 3-Week UK Summer Festival
  175. Morocco: AU Calls UN to Protect Western Sahara
  176. Tunisia: FIVB World League - Group F - Tunisia - Montenegro 0-3
  177. Tunisia: Habib Essid Recommends Further Lowering Prices
  178. Libya: Foreign Ministry Recommends to Tunisian Expatriates in Libya to Be Vigilant in
  179. Egypt: FM Meets British PM's National Security Adviser
  180. Nigeria/Cote d'Ivoire: Keshi Moves to Dump Super Eagles - Eyes Cote d'Ivoire
  181. Africa: Africa's Richest Man Looks to Take On the Gunners
  182. Mali: Pro-Government Fighters Pullout From Key Town
  183. Nigeria: We Won't Release Details of Buhari, Osinbajo's Assets - Code of Conduct Bure
  184. Mali: Peace Deal Raises Hopes of Stability
  185. Somalia: Al-Shabab Fighters Kill Police Officers
  186. Ethiopia: The Lesser Known Story of India's Role in Ethiopian Land Deals
  187. Africa: Better Connectivity Has Economic Spinoffs for Africa
  188. Kenya: Ruto Says Government Not Targeting Kamba Community
  189. Kenya: Atheists Group Threatens to Sue Registrar of Societies Over Failed Registratio
  190. Zimbabwe: Fire Guts Tycoon's Mansion
  191. South Africa: Zuma's SABC Appointments Dismissed As Praise Singers
  192. Malawi: Law Society Warns Against 'Shoot-to-Kill'
  193. Zimbabwe: Tomana Must Go Now, Say Child Rights Groups
  194. South Africa: Navigating South Africa's Loaded Political Lexicon
  195. South Africa: South African Students Must Be Given the Chance to Read What They Like
  196. Mozambique: Renamo Still Not Giving the List of Its Militia - Nyusi
  197. Zimbabwe: Chiyangwa Injured, Hospitalised After Mansion Caught Fire
  198. What White Supremacists Are Saying Online About The South Carolina Terror Attack
  199. New Fund Aims To Award 10,000 PhD Scholarships In Africa
  200. Ethiopia Turns Big Plans Into Reality
  201. WikiLeaks: Top Secret Saudi Memo Reveals Iran Bombed South Sudan
  202. Internet Ignorance – The Gantt Report
  203. NRA Blames Charleston Shooting Victims For Their Own Deaths
  204. Africa: What Lies Behind the Rise of Jihadist Movements in Africa
  205. Tunisia: Decree Law On Confiscation in Force Again
  206. Morocco: European Court of Justice to Assess EU-Morocco Agri-Deal
  207. Egypt: Student Killed in Clashes Between Security Forces and 'Brotherhood Supporters'
  208. Egypt: Two Girls Murdered in Texas Taxi - Were They Honour Killings?
  209. Africa: What Happened to African Union Third-Term Debate?
  210. Nigeria: Trillions Spent On Security in 5 Years, Yet Widespread Insecurity Remains
  211. Nigeria: Saraki, Obasanjo in Closed-Door Meeting
  212. Nigeria: Army Denies Reports of Chadian Air Strikes
  213. Sudan: Zuma, Ministers Hatched Plot to Allow Al-Bashir's Escape - Report
  214. Uganda: Revenge Porn in Uganda - Double Injustice
  215. Kenya: Police Offer Reward for German Al-Shabaab Fighter
  216. Zimbabwe: Five Things Living in Zimbabwe Teaches You
  217. South Africa: Disciplinary Proceedings Considered After Parliament Chaos
  218. Zimbabwe: 12-Year-Old Girls Can Give Sexual Consent - Head Prosecutor
  219. Africa: Africa Must Set Up Own ICC to Try Europeans, Says Mugabe
  220. Swaziland: Campaign to Stop 'King's Cup' Spreads
  221. South Africa: Checked - SA President's Youth Day Claims
  222. BAR TALK: Of militant pageants organisers and unholy empire builders
  223. EDITORIAL COMMENT – Roof: The problem with Rhodesia
  224. Fire guts Chiyangwa Borrowdale mansion • Inferno leaves tycoon injured • Bedroom, roo
  225. Zim worst land-mined nation
  226. An everyday super hero
  227. ZIFA chief unmasked
  228. US killer faces 9 murder charges
  229. Samuel is the new child president
  230. Leadership: Bane of Ophir and limited sovereignty
  231. Age of consent: Tomana in climbdown
  232. Johannesburg Supports SAITEX – Africa’s Biggest Business Opportunities Event
  233. Ethiopian Airlines Orders Six More Dreamliners
  234. Mining Group Challenge South Africa’s Black Ownership Rule
  235. US Senator Exposes Plot Against Mugabe Government
  236. Kenya Launches Manhunt For German Terrorist
  237. Dylann Roof Is The Typical White American
  238. Terrorist Dylann Roof Wanted To Start Race War
  239. Libya: Security Council Calls for Political Solution to Crisis
  240. Tunisia: Tunisia Agrees to Hand Over Islamist Leader to Libya
  241. Morocco: African Union Calls UN to Set Date for Self-Determination Referendum in West
  242. Algeria: Lamamra to Visit Bamako Friday
  243. Algeria: 62 Dead in 401 Road Accidents in One Week
  244. Liberia: New Disease Control Center to Develop Ebola Response Model
  245. West Africa: Chad Bombs Boko Haram Bases to Avenge Suicide Blasts
  246. Mali: Mali Rebels Doubtful Over New Peace Deal
  247. Mali: Mali Leader Hails Zim's 'Successful' Land Reforms
  248. Africa: The Quiet Tragedies of Africa's Escape Routes
  249. Kenya: Tribute to the Legacy of Professor Mwangi Kimenyi from Brookings President
  250. South Sudan: Nation Tops Fragile States Index Again