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  1. Egypt: Young Egyptian Reporter, Nada Arafat, Wins Environmental Journalism Competitio
  2. Nigeria: What Elections Mean for South Africa/Nigeria Partnership
  3. Cameroon: Solar Water System Douses Risks in Arid North
  4. Sierra Leone: Google Develops 'Ebola-Proof' Tablet Devices
  5. Guinea: One Year On - Why Ebola Is Not Yet Over in Guinea
  6. West Africa: WHO Says No Way to Predict When Ebola Will Be Over
  7. Africa: Addis Hustle Bustle Precedes Top-Level Confab on Africa's Future
  8. Kenya: Schoolboys Save Girls From Rape After Learning 'No Means No'
  9. South Sudan: Nine-Year-Old Girl Among Released Child Soldiers
  10. Kenya: Ruto's Hague Case Fails to Resume
  11. Rwanda: Kagame Approves Bill Seeking 100% Payment During Maternity Leave
  12. South Africa: Has President Zuma's Govt Done 'A Good Job'?
  13. Malawi: Army Accused of Terrorising Citizens
  14. Lesotho: Democracy Reigns - but Which Democracy, Exactly?
  15. South Africa: Like Iran, South Africa Resists U.S. Nuclear Oversight
  16. South Africa: DJ Sbu and the Fake Forbes Cover
  17. South Africa: More Than 40,000 Prisoners Screened for MDR-TB
  18. Swaziland: Swazi Govt Snubs 'Starved Refugees'
  19. Zanu-PF is here to stay: SK
  20. Zim-Germany ties on the mend
  21. ‘it’s very old-fashioned’
  22. D-Day for Pasuwa case
  23. Rhodes statue must go: Ex-Speaker
  24. Thousands rush to finalise deceased estates
  25. Bakers Inn reduces bread price
  26. Finally, Minister Langa sees the light
  27. 150 feared dead in Alpine plane crash
  28. The legacy of the Zim house maid
  29. Tunisia: Third Bardo Museum Attacker 'On the Run'
  30. Ethiopia: Sisi to Arrive in Addis Amid Uncertainties Over 'Political' Deal
  31. Algeria: President Bouteflika Calls for Preservation of Algeria's Water Resources
  32. Algeria: U.S.341 Million in Trade Balance Deficit Over Two First Months of 2015
  33. Nigeria: Obama Speaks to Nigerians Over Elections
  34. Senegal: Wade, 'Minister of Heaven and Earth', Jailed
  35. Liberia: 86 Persons Quarantined in New Ebola Virus Emergence
  36. Liberia: Back to Danger Zone - Ebola Threatens Liberia Again
  37. Liberia: Complacency Responsible for New Ebola Case in Liberia
  38. Somalia: Kenya to Build Separation Wall Along 'Porous Border'
  39. Uganda: U.S. Company Paid Millions to Clean Image After Anti-Gay Bill
  40. Burundi: Controversy Over Third Term for Nkurunziza
  41. Sudan: Bashir Speaks, Opposition Raided in Sudan
  42. Tanzania: Toe Party Line or Quit, Leaders Told
  43. South Africa: Power Outages - South Africa's Biggest Crisis?
  44. Zimbabwe: I Am Tired - Mugabe
  45. Southern Africa: High-Tech to Rescue of Smallholder Farmers
  46. Angola: Trial of Rafael Marques De Morais to Begin Tomorrow
  47. South Africa: Zimbabweans Remain Unhappy With Special Permit Process
  48. South Africa: Excluding People From Public Spaces, From Sharpeville to Maboneng
  49. South Africa: By Ignoring Petitions, Government Encourages Violent Protest
  50. Swaziland: Jailed Writer in Solitary Confinement
  51. Tom breaks all records
  52. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time to embrace new farming trends
  53. President blasts Pentecostal churches
  54. Macheso fraud sucks in Tsandukwa
  55. MDC-T in plot to force early poll
  56. Deal signed to end Nile dispute
  57. Econet loses $320 000 airtime
  58. Trade automation set for June 19 . . . as ZSE moves to Ballantyne Park
  59. Blue Ribbon needs $15m for grain
  60. Key figures in Nigeria’s election
  61. Egypt, Ethiopia Sign Nile Dam Agreement
  62. The Six Most Evil Presidents In American History
  63. Here’s Why Black People Despise Mainstream Media
  64. The War On Black Masculinity
  65. Obama Too Coward To Tackle Israel But Attempting To Influence Nigeria’s Election
  66. Lesbian Raven-Symoné Explains Why She Doesn’t Consider Herself African-American
  67. Half-Black Woman Named Miss Universe Japan—Stirs Reaction
  68. Egypt: Law Changes May Allow Judges to Bar Witnesses
  69. Libya: Air Strikes Target Tripoli Amid Uncertainty Over Talks
  70. Tunisia: Suspects Arrested After Tunis Museum Attack
  71. Tunisia: Nationality of 20 Attack Victims Revealed
  72. Egypt: Mahlab Meets Ivorian President
  73. Egypt: Sisi Praises Saudi Contribution to EEDC Success
  74. Nigeria: Army Dislodge Terrorists From More Communities
  75. Africa: Ebola and HIV - How to Change Behaviour for the Long Term
  76. Nigeria: Suswam Meets Jonathan Over Attacks By Fulani
  77. Nigeria: Buhari Moves to Take S'east
  78. Kenya: Another Legislator Attacked
  79. Tanzania: Increased Mobile Connectivity Promises to Boost Economy
  80. Kenya: Kenyatta Opens "Kenya House" in Windhoek
  81. Kenya: Nyatike MP in Hospital After Attack in Karen Home
  82. Egypt: Sisi Ethiopia Visit Historic, Launches New Phase of Relations - Diplomat
  83. Angola: Dos Santos Decorates Palace As Economic Crisis Deepens
  84. Malawi: President Declares Assets
  85. Zimbabwe: Opposition Say Mugabe Trips Burden Economy
  86. Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Wants Bat Investigated of Sabotage
  87. Zimbabwe: Chikurubi Riots - More Details Emerge
  88. Zimbabwe: Harare Needs a Dictator, Says Frustrated Mayor
  89. Zimbabwe: MDC Youths Ditch Ncube for Zapu
  90. US steps up Zim regime change agenda
  91. Use it or lose it, farmers warned
  92. Young Warriors on a roll
  93. US, here I come! . . . Stunner in outstanding farewell show
  94. Meikles lays off 153 workers
  95. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Bon voyage Cde President
  96. Magaya’s wife loses $116K car
  97. Boer symbols must go, says Malema
  98. President meets his teacher (119)
  99. Alexio, Trevor ignite memories
  100. Three Florida Cops Fired, One Resigns Over Racist Texts, Video
  101. DRC Calls For End To UN Peacekeeping Mission In The Country
  102. Ferguson Judge Who Threw People In Jail For Owing A Few Hundred Bucks, Owes The State
  103. Remembering The Sharpeville Massacre
  104. Your Favorite Rappers Actually Made A Fortune Off Those Annoying Ringtones
  105. Tunisia: 300 Arrested, 600 Students Expelled Over Bihar Cheating Fiasco
  106. Tunisia: Tunisia Outlines Strategy At Fourth Mediterranean Forest Week
  107. Tunisia: Duty-Bound to Reservation in Bardo Attack Affair, Says Court Spokesperson
  108. Tunisia: 100 Bodies Found in Nigerian Town
  109. Tunisia: Germany Willing to Support Tunisia in Fight Against Terrorism (steinmeier)
  110. Guinea: Why is Ebola Spiking in Guinea?
  111. Liberia: New Ebola Case Dampens Hopes
  112. Nigeria: Global Spotlight On Elections - U.S.-UK Appeal by Kerry & Hammond
  113. Nigeria: A Different Kind of Politics in Nigeria
  114. Nigeria: 'Resist Violence' Kerry & Hammond Urge in Joint U.S.-UK Appeal
  115. Kenya: Army Seize Suspected Al-Shabaab Militants
  116. Namibia: Uhuru Attends Inauguration of Namibia President
  117. Kenya: Akinyi Speaks of Losing a Son to Mandera Terrorists
  118. Somalia: Big Rally Against Insecurity Looms Held in Kenyan Town
  119. Somalia: Tribal Clashes Re-New in Central Somalia Town
  120. Namibia: Geingob Sworn in On Independence Anniversary
  121. South Africa: Clear E-Cigarettes Legislation Needed
  122. Zimbabwe: Politics Is About Putin On a Mask
  123. Zimbabwe: Grace Eyeing Harare East Seat
  124. Zimbabwe: Consolidate Gains in Gold Sector
  125. Mozambique: Dhlakama Threatens Public Whippings
  126. South Africa: Minister Chabane's Final Rest
  127. South Africa: Deputy President Arrives in Namibia for Inauguration
  128. Why You Will Not Start A Business This Year
  129. Soldiers Discover Mass Grave In Nigeria After Seizing Town From Boko Haram
  130. Charges To Be Dropped Against Hasidic Jew Indicted For Gang Assault On Black Man
  131. Disgraceful! Brazilian TV Program Satirizes The Sale Of Slaves Using White Actors In
  132. Tunisia: 'Islamic State' Claims Deadly Museum Attack
  133. Africa: EU Interior Ministers Debate Asylum Influx
  134. South Africa: UN and ANC Legitimise Colonisation of Western Sahara
  135. Tunisia: Kerry on Attack on National Bardo Museum in Tunisia
  136. Tunisia: 23 Killed, 47 Injured in Bardo Museum Attack
  137. Nigeria: Soldiers Discover Mass Grave
  138. Sierra Leone: President and Ex-Deputy Caught in Political Quagmire
  139. Nigeria: Fleeing Boko Haram Militants Kill 'Wives' in Bama
  140. Cote d'Ivoire: Many Questions After Simone Gbagbo's Heavy Sentence
  141. Guinea Bissau: Security Sector Reform - an Opportunity Not to Be Missed
  142. South Sudan: What Chance for a Power Sharing Peace?
  143. Kenya: UK Pledges to Review Kenya Travel Advisory
  144. Uganda: Wildlife in Trouble As Protected Areas Become Time-Bomb Islands
  145. Seychelles: Polluted Mangrove Area Near Raffles Praslin Resort in Seychelles to Be Re
  146. Uganda: Rethinking Gender Sensitivity in Governance for Equality in Uganda
  147. Namibia:
  148. Africa: Getting Media Freedom Right in Africa?
  149. Zimbabwe: Globe-trotting Mugabe Flies Out Again
  150. Zambia: Act Local, Think Global - the Food Revolution in Zambia
  151. South Africa: Country Braces for 'Looming Drought'
  152. Botswana: Changes to Church Bill Called 'Satanic'
  153. Mozambique: Renamo Denies Violating Ceasefire
  154. Namibia: Nation Celebrates 25 Years of Independence and Democracy
  155. Triangle grilled over Bhasikiti, Mavhaire alleged connection
  156. ‘Pangolins near extinction’
  157. President to visit Algeria
  158. Former legislator wins spot fine case
  159. Biti ponders life after politics
  160. Retailers effect bread price cuts
  161. President pays tribute to Pohamba
  162. 72 000 voters for next week’s by-elections
  163. Attack on Rhodes statue leads to soul searching
  164. Imperialism: When the bitch is back in heat!
  165. Ohio Man Cleared Of Murder After 39 Years In Jail To Be Compensated
  166. South Africa Celebrates 50 Years Of Nuclear Power
  167. New African Farmers Take Root In South Africa’s Old Tribal Areas
  168. Global Shift In The Balance Of Power Is Moving From West To East
  169. ‘Africa’s Mega Projects Surge By 46% To $326b in 2014’
  170. New US Navy Ship To Position Marines Off African Coast?
  171. State Of Black America: Injustice ‘On Every Front’
  172. Mali: Armed Groups Pressed to Sign Peace Deal - Buyoya
  173. Algeria: Mass Wedding for 25 Orphan Girls in Blida
  174. Tunisia: Gunmen Storm Tunisia Museum, Kill 19
  175. Morocco: El Haqed - "I Will Fight for Freedom, Equality and Human Rights for Ever"
  176. Africa: Freedom of Expression Awards to Kenyan, Angolan and Moroccan
  177. Mali: Hopes Raised for Inclusive Mali Peace Deal
  178. Liberia: Countdown to an Ebola-Free Nation
  179. Nigeria: UN Political Chief Hails Progress Ahead of Polls
  180. Nigeria: Health Act Hasn't Authorised Harvesting of Organs - Minister
  181. South Sudan: The Double-Edged Sword of Sanctions
  182. Kenya: Amran Abdundi - "This Award is for the Marginalised Women of Northern Kenya"
  183. Mauritius: Govt and South Africa to Strengthen Cooperation in Ocean Economy
  184. Uganda: A Congolese Mother Sings the Praises of Wonder Stove
  185. Southern Africa: Is South Africa the World's Most Generous Donor?
  186. South Africa: Weak Green Governance and Virtually Non-Existent Green Politics
  187. South Africa: A Stealthy Attempt At Censorship
  188. South Africa: This Campaign Will Change the Way Our Schools Are Run
  189. Zimbabwe: Maziwisa Is a Misguided Missile
  190. Swaziland: Support for Jailed Swazi Journalists
  191. Angola: Rafael Marques de Morais - "I Believe in the Power of Solidarity"
  192. Large-scale gold deliveries fall
  193. Another coach bombshell
  194. Mujuru summoned to High Court
  195. Wrangle over Chimbetu estate•••Allan accused of seizing Briam’s houses
  196. Unisa honours Edison Sithole
  197. President Mugabe back home
  198. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time to look beyond mere literacy
  199. UCT students want Rhodes statue removed
  200. Chigumba in court for fraud
  201. ‘World Cup ban will be lifted’
  202. Ethiopia’s Largest Hydro Plant To Produce Electricity In 2015
  203. If Jews Don’t Forget Why Should We?: South Africa Betray Victims By Releasing Aparthe
  204. China Is Getting Ready For Troop Surge Into Africa
  205. Virginia Gov. Calls For Investigation Into Student’s Arrest
  206. Common, Pharrell, And ‘The New Black': An Ignorant Mentality That Undermines The Blac
  207. Silicon Savannah: Kenya’s Digital Evolution
  208. America Bids For Civil Unrest In Zimbabwe
  209. Ghana: Negawatt Weekend Sparked Innovative Ideas to Tackle Accra's Energy Efficiency
  210. Sierra Leone: Ebola - a Team That Keeps the Hope (and the Connectivity) Alive
  211. Africa: Outsourcing Asylum
  212. Egypt: Ministry Dissolves 99 NGOs for Brotherhood Ties
  213. Egypt: Egypt, Jordan Discuss Trilateral Projects in Petrol and Natural Gas With Iraq
  214. Egypt: Egypt's Premier League to Return On March 30 Without Spectators - Cabinet
  215. Algeria: EU Welcomes Efforts of Algeria to Resolve Libyan Crisis
  216. Sierra Leone: President Koroma Fires Vice President
  217. Africa: What Does Boko Haram-Isis Alliance Mean for Terrorism?
  218. Nigeria: Military Found No Sign of Chibok Girls in Recaptured Territories - Army
  219. Nigeria: Switzerland Returns U.S.$380 Million Abacha Loot
  220. Sierra Leone: Sparks Fly As Vice President Is Expelled From Ruling Party
  221. Uganda: Shop-Based Malaria Kit Boosts Testing for Disease
  222. Tanzania: Drop By Drop, Farmers Learn to Cope With Drought
  223. Ethiopia: UN Agency Begins Relocation of 50,000 Flood-Affected Refugees in Ethiopia
  224. Somalia: Reject 'Indirect Elections', Somalis Should Settle Only for the Real Thing
  225. Mauritius: Investor-State Arbitration - Govt Hosts Signing of UN Convention on Transp
  226. Africa: New Development Goals 'Unprecedented' Opportunity for Families
  227. Malawi: President Cautioned on Ruling and Opposition Party Coalition
  228. South Africa: Spy Claims Could Lead to Suspension - Public Protector
  229. South Africa: Motion of No Confidence Against President Fails
  230. Angola: Magnificent and Beggar Land - Angola Since the Civil War
  231. South Africa: Consumer Activist Forced to Move Website Offshore
  232. Zimbabwe: MDC Applauds the Recalling of Renegade MPs
  233. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Defends Mugabe On Bona
  234. President files response to Mutasa, Mliswa
  235. Herald Senior Assistant Editor suspended
  236. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Sharing of ICT resources long overdue
  237. We’re good neighbours: Mphoko
  238. Uebert Angel’s accomplice found guilty, fined
  239. Indaba raises stink
  240. Education and African inferiority
  241. Broadcasting revolution underway
  242. Roy and Royce on comeback trail
  243. Dairibord upbeat about growth
  244. Eritrea – Crying Wolf While Destabilizing The Horn Of Africa
  245. Nigeria Has Pushed Boko Haram Out Of All But 3 Areas
  246. Half Of Ferguson’s Young Black Men Are Missing – Must Read
  247. Africa, The World’s Fastest-Growing Region For The Ultra-Rich
  248. How Black-Owned Businesses Help Reduce Youth Violence
  249. French Police On Trial For Death Of African Teens After Ten Years
  250. Dangote May List Africa’s Largest Oil Refinery Being Built In Nigeria