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  1. South Africa: Numbers At Xenophobia Refugee Camp in Durban On the Rise
  2. Fifa in meltdown
  3. Bolt wins
  4. Poets speak on new anthology
  5. The rise of the alpha female
  6. To pay church singers or not. . . debate rages
  7. Afrika revenge struggling to reclaim glory
  8. It’s vendor VS vendor in Harare
  9. Nguni running scared: Minister
  10. Man who posed as housemaid jailed
  11. Mudede warns marriage officers
  12. Africa’s Oil King Shares Entrepreneurial Journey With Budding Business Owners
  13. America’s Establishment Shields Killer Cops
  14. African Observers Say Ethiopia Elections Credible
  15. An Overexploited Continent: Africa Needs A Second Liberation
  16. Chicago Cops Pose Over Black Man Wearing Antlers In ‘Disgusting’ Photo
  17. Africa Is About To Launch A Cairo-To-Cape Town Free Trade Area Bigger Than The EU
  18. Boom Time In Africa, But Brainstorm Self-Reliance
  19. Egypt: Egypt Shuts Down 50 NGOs for Brotherhood Ties
  20. Egypt: Egypt Summons Pakistani Diplomat Over Condemnation of Mursi's Sentencing
  21. Mali: Malian Crisis - Mongi Convinced CMA Will Sign Peace Agreement
  22. Egypt: Electricity Ministry Declares 'State of Emergency' to Face Summer Heat
  23. Libya: Civilians Trapped in Benghazi - Allow Safe Passage, Aid Access
  24. Nigeria: Energy Crisis Worsens - 'Only 5 of 23 Power Plants Functional'
  25. Nigeria: Killed Boko Haram Commander Found With Thousands of Euro
  26. Nigeria: #BringBackOurGirls Laments Jonathan's Exit Without Chibok Girls
  27. Nigeria: Court Orders Drug Law Agency Out of Senator's Home
  28. Nigeria: Oil Marketers, Govt Agree to Restore Fuel Supply
  29. South Sudan: Army Gains 'Full Control' of Strategic Oil Town
  30. Burundi: Police Open Fire on Anti-Nkurunziza Demonstrators
  31. Kenya: Only Injuries Sustained in Garissa Attack - Police Boss
  32. Tanzania: Saving Burundi Refugees With a WWI German Warship
  33. Sudan: Security Service Seizes Newspapers, Suspends Four
  34. South Africa: Streaker At Busy Intersection Causes At Least Five Crashes
  35. South Africa: Most Popular Smartphones Revealed
  36. South Africa: Durban Taxi Drivers Go On Rampage
  37. South Africa: Fynbos Soil Could Provide New Antibiotics
  38. South Africa: Lukewarm Response to New Khayelitsha Toilets
  39. South Africa: Marikana Letter of Demand Sent to Zuma
  40. South Africa: Hostel Clash Leaves Elderly Man Dead
  41. Mozambique: Agriculture Plan Could Displace 100,000 Farmers - Activists
  42. Showdown in Harare South . . . Consortium, Chiyangwa square off
  43. Diplomats toast to African unity
  44. Don’t hide behind school fees, errant fathers warned
  45. Fashion week for Harare models only
  46. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s learn from parable of talents
  47. VAT makes Zim expensive
  48. ‘we can dominate again’
  49. 4 000 words to Morgan Tsvangirai
  50. Mangoma thugs bash cheated hubby
  51. Telecel hopes for fair conclusion
  52. The Plight Of Ethiopian Jews In Israel
  53. Obama Gives $1.9 Billion In Weapons As Welcome Gift To Israel’s Racist Govt
  54. Resource Nationalism A Must
  55. Obama Is ‘A White President In Black Face’
  56. Serving New Masters: The Root Acquired By Univision
  57. Africa, Race, And The World Order
  58. Africa’s Economy To Strengthen In 2015
  59. Tunisia: Several Soldiers Killed in Tunisia Barracks Shooting
  60. Mali: Parties Meet to Set Up Ceasefire Mechanisms
  61. Egypt: Egypt Court Sentences Brotherhood Member to Death in Absentia
  62. Algeria: Army Kills 25
  63. Algeria: President Bouteflika Appoints Officials At SOEs
  64. Nigeria: Fuel Scarcity Bites
  65. Nigeria: Are Football Age Cheats Holding Nigeria Back?
  66. Guinea: Why Ebola Is Spiking in Guinea
  67. Chad: Rose Lokissim's Mission Achieved As Habre Goes on Trial
  68. South Sudan: Currency Collapse and Famine Loom
  69. Africa: Worldwide Push for Burundi Dialogue
  70. Uganda: Bombers' Trial Sheds Light on East Africa's Terror Matrix
  71. Kenya: Repatriation of Dadaab Camp's Somali Refugees to Continue
  72. Burundi: Gunshots Heard As 100s Take to the Streets in Bujumbura
  73. Malawi: Forests Shrink As Power Deficit Fuels Charcoal Business
  74. South Africa: Country Short of Children's ARVs
  75. Mozambique: President Swears in Deputy President of Supreme Court
  76. Angola: Rafael Marques De Morais Settles Defamation Case Over Blood Diamonds Book
  77. Southern Africa: South Africa, Zambia Crash in Day of Soccer Upsets
  78. South Africa: Petition Calls On EU to Let White South Africans Return
  79. South Africa: MTN 808 Call Centre Closed
  80. Africa: SA Learners Celebrate Africa Day
  81. Women hail President’s empowerment drive
  82. Khaya Moyo queries Tsvangirai’s sanity
  83. Youths urged to emulate President
  84. Yogi feels the heat
  85. Chinese investor for Kamativi
  86. Tanzania to pick new leader, parliament in Oct
  87. Mangoma drums married woman • Cuckolded hubby bares soul • Child left in the cold
  88. A night of success for ZimPraise
  89. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Long-term vendor solution overdue
  90. Embrace hi-tech, cops told
  91. Petition Calls On Europe To Let White South Africans Return
  92. Ohio Judge Rules It’s Okay To Fire 137 Bullets Killing Unarmed Black People
  93. Africa Urged To Emulate Zimbabwe
  94. High Rents Have Bronx Locals Packing Up
  95. Egypt: Arab Chiefs of Staff Meet Saturday in Cairo
  96. Egypt: Sisi Meets Wef Chairman
  97. Egypt: Statement By President Abdel Fattah El Sisi At the World Economic Forum
  98. Egypt: Sisi Meets With Palestinian President Abbas in Jordan
  99. Egypt: Sisi Meets With Prominent Iraqi Leaders
  100. Nigeria: Government 'Not Cooperating' with Presidential Transition - Buhari
  101. Nigeria: Capital Oil Boss, Ifeanyi Ubah, Pledges to Help End Fuel Scarcity
  102. Nigeria: Fuel Scarcity - No End in Sight As Marketers Insist On N159bn
  103. Nigeria: Fuel Crisis - Okonjo-Iweala Accuses Oil Marketers of Blackmail
  104. Nigeria: Danjuma to Buhari - You Must Probe Jonathan
  105. Burundi: Inside Burundi's Attempted Coup
  106. Ethiopia: Watching the Polls - High Early Turnout, Some Irregularities
  107. Ethiopia: Ruling Party on Track to Win As Polls Open
  108. Somalia: MP Killed in Drive-By Shooting
  109. Burundi: Nkurunziza's Slippery Slope
  110. Southern Africa: Big Guns Light Up Soccer Quarter-Finals
  111. Zimbabwe: Boycott Poll and We Still Rule, VP Tells Tsvangirai
  112. Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Breathes Fire
  113. Mozambique: Policemen Involved in Crime 'Deprive Me of Sleep' - Nyusi
  114. Zimbabwe: Gumede Appeals to Bosso Fans Over Mnangagwa
  115. Zimbabwe: Nothing to Celebrate On Africa Day for, Say Human Rights Lawyers
  116. Zimbabwe: Bulawayo City Pubs Turned Into 'Sex Paradises'
  117. Russia, envoys rally Africa
  118. Tobacco sales surpass 120 million kg
  119. VP Mnangagwa hails Jah Prayzah
  120. Econet remits $1bn to fiscus
  121. CAPS Utd survival deal
  122. RioZim rights offer to open in June
  123. Masomere in emotional win
  124. Highway robber nabbed
  125. Editorial Comment – Africa@52: Resource nationalism a must
  126. Caine’s post-nationalist abstracts
  127. Egypt: Mursi Appears Before Court for 'Insulting' Judiciary in First Trial Session
  128. Egypt: 17 Acquitted of Breaching Protest Law in Slain Activist Sabbagh's Last Protest
  129. Libya: Tunisians Retained in Libya - Number of Persons Set Free Exceeds 100 - Taieb B
  130. Egypt: Falsehoods in the Statements Made By the President of the German Bundestag
  131. Tunisia: Cabinet Meeting Decides Set of Measures for Benefit of Tunisians Abroad
  132. Nigeria: Exclusive Interview with President-Elect Buhari (Weekly Trust)
  133. Nigeria: British PM Discusses Corruption & Terrorism with Buhari
  134. Nigeria: Controversy as Diezani Boards Buhari's London Flight
  135. Nigeria: Nigerian Airlines Cancel Flights Amid Fuel Crisis
  136. Nigeria: Nigeria's Power Generation At "All-Time Low"; Crashes to 1,327mw
  137. Burundi: Burundi Opposition Leader Zedi Feruzi Shot Dead
  138. Ethiopia: Onslaught On Human Rights Ahead of Elections
  139. Ethiopia: With Limited Independent Press, Voters Left in the Dark
  140. Burundi: Burundian Refugees Face Cholera Threat in Tanzania
  141. Somalia: Deaths As Al-Shabab Fighters Attack Two Somali Towns
  142. Africa: Slum-Dwelling Still a Continental Trend in Africa
  143. Zimbabwe: Opposition Suspend Reunification Talks
  144. Angola: Opposition Boycotts Monthly Debate
  145. Namibia: An Unprecedented Move, Mr President!
  146. Zimbabwe: Fired Zanu-PF Members Speak Out
  147. Zimbabwe: Ndiweni Upbeat
  148. Angola: Environment Ministry, FAA On Combined Effort to Recover Wild Buffalo
  149. Zimbabwe: Holland Says Quitting MDC Renewal Group
  150. Cuthbert Dube still has a chance to just walk away and there is honour in doing that
  151. Abraham Lincoln ‘Wanted To Deport Black People’ To New Colonies
  152. Ethiopia To Hold Elections On Sunday
  153. Africa: Emerging From the Black Hole - the UN's Fight Against Youth Radicalization
  154. Morocco: Govt Looks Set to Ease, Not Scrap Abortion Ban
  155. Tunisia: As Tunisia Prepares to Hear Nation's Truth, New Alliances Amplify Women's Vo
  156. Tunisia: Obama Gives Non-Nato Ally Status to Tunisia
  157. Egypt: State to Host World Economic Forum On Mena in 2016 - Sisi
  158. Cote d'Ivoire: Prisons Ignoring the Rights of Ivorian Youth
  159. Mauritania: The Growth of Militant Islamism - Should Western Allies Worry?
  160. Nigeria: Handover Note - Buhari Slams Jonathan's Ministers
  161. Nigeria: Group Accuses UNFPA of Population Reduction Agenda
  162. Africa: Singer Akon Launches Academy to 'Harness the Sunshine'
  163. Kenya: Fresh Attack Thwarted in Garissa County - Govt
  164. Ethiopia: Landslide Likely for Ethiopia's Long-Time Rulers
  165. Kenya: Locust-Rich Diet Good for the Heart
  166. Burundi: Pro-Nkurunziza Youth Accused of Spearheading Repression
  167. Kenya: Opposition Party Leader Warns of 2017 Poll Boycott
  168. Africa: Forced Sex Camps Prepare Girls for Child Marriage in Zambia and Mozambique
  169. Malawi: Government Refuses to Amend Same Sex Laws
  170. South Africa: Controversy Follows E-Tolls Although 'User Pays' Principle Looks Set to
  171. South Africa: Africa's Worst New Internet Censorship Law Could be Coming to South Afr
  172. Malawi: 2014 Presidential Elections 'Neither Credible Nor Fair'
  173. South Africa: Tea Industry Urged to Share Benefits With Khoi, San
  174. Southern Africa: Lessons for South Africa - How Zambia Prevented Xenophobia
  175. Africa: Getting Back to Good Governance This Africa Day
  176. The storm could be over
  177. Lungu sacks Guy Scott
  178. Mighty Warriors leave for Zambia
  179. Parly inks two MoUs
  180. BRICS a new milestone: Russia
  181. Nadal, Djokovic head for last 8 clash
  182. Zanu-PF: Rules, not Gurus
  183. Explosives expected at Eaglesvale Sevens
  184. Let’s get ready to rumble this winter
  185. Pakistan triumph as cricket returns home
  186. Election Landslide Likely For Ethiopia’s Ruling Party
  187. Ethiopia’s Economy To Grow 10.5 Percent In 2015/16
  188. 1921: Black Business District In Tulsa, Oklahoma, Attacked, Aerially Bombed, Victims
  189. What Is African Liberation
  190. Economically, South Africa Is Apartheid Without The Guilt
  191. Grand Jury Indicts Police Officers In The Murder Of Freddie Gray
  192. World’s Oldest Tools – From 3.3 Million Years Ago – Discovered In Africa
  193. Africa: Soft Approach to Hardcore Groups in Africa
  194. Morocco: Child Marriage a Form of Slavery - AU Goodwill Ambassador
  195. North Africa: Couple Completes 250km Sahara Desert Marathon
  196. Tunisia: Democratic Transition in Tunisia Remains the Most Successful in Arab Spring
  197. Algeria: 25 Terrorists Killed in 24 Hours - Army Reaffirms Determination to Eradicate
  198. Chad: At War With Boko Haram
  199. Mali: French Special Forces 'Kill Al-Qaeda Leader in Mali'
  200. Gambia: More for Gambian Women
  201. Ghana: Doing 'More and Better With Less' in Ghana's Cocoa Industry
  202. Burundi: Thousands Protest as President Delays Polls
  203. South Sudan: Civilians Killed As Fighting Intensifies
  204. Ethiopia: Sustainable Urban Housing Key for Socio-Economic Transformation
  205. Burundi: Burundi Leader, Stifling Attempted Coup, Cracks Down On Media
  206. Angola: "Great News Indeed": Trial of Angolan Investigative Journalist Ends
  207. South Africa: Legendary Modise Calls It a Day
  208. Namibia: President and First Lady Declare Assets
  209. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Blasts Mandela - And Speaks on Xenophobia
  210. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Has Highest Condom Usage in the World
  211. Namibia: Rape Verdict Hinged On 'Sexual Act' Definition
  212. South Africa: Why Your P@s$word Is a Fail
  213. South Africa: Murder-Accused Husband Returns to Court
  214. Misgivings over DBSA loan
  215. Govt urged to cede farms to prisons
  216. ‘Women key to development’
  217. President meets Qatari envoy
  218. Zanu-PF expels 7, suspends 13
  219. Muchechetere guilty of misconduct
  220. What a disgrace
  221. Burundi president plays soccer amid protests
  222. Navistar bosses oppose State appeal
  223. Retailers cry foul over vendors
  224. $50 Billion Stolen From Africa By Foreign Firms Annually
  225. Brave New Films’ Graphic New Video Shows How Cellphones Can Fight Police Brutality
  226. President Mugabe Says South Africa Needs Another Liberation
  227. Anger Over EU’s ‘Slave Trade’ Rhetoric As Naval Operations Begin In Mediterranean
  228. Cleveland Man Wrongly Imprisoned For 40 Years Sues Officers Who ‘Framed’ Him
  229. Suicide Rate Rising Among Black Kids In America
  230. Detroit’s Black Economic Recovery, By Bus
  231. Algeria: Troops Kill 22 Suspected Islamist Militants
  232. Tunisia: Moroccan National Involved in Bardo Attack Arrested By Italian Police
  233. Egypt: Justice Ministry Criticizes Foreign Comments On Morsi Death Decision
  234. Egypt: In Egypt, Editor Accused of Publishing False News
  235. Egypt: Food More Affordable, Accessible in Most Countries - Biggest Gains in Egypt, M
  236. Nigeria: Defeated Ruling Party Chair 'Resigning'
  237. Nigeria: Nigeria, Seven Others to Begin Ebola Vaccine Trial
  238. Cameroon: Insecurity Fuels Food Shortages in North
  239. Sierra Leone: New Ebola Cases Spike in Guinea and Sierra Leone
  240. Nigeria: Nine-Year-Old Pupil Writes Book On Terrorism
  241. Burundi: Amid Unrest, President Delays Polls By One Week
  242. South Africa: Xenophobia in Healthcare - Story of a Burundian Nurse
  243. Kenya: Kenyans Attack Food Insecurity With Urban Farms and Sack Gardens
  244. Sudan: Sudan, ISIS and Radical Islam - Examining a Contradictory Approach
  245. Kenya: Scores of Cholera Deaths Reported
  246. Angola: Power Fights Truth in Angola
  247. Zambia: Decision to Lift Lion Hunting Ban Questioned
  248. South Africa: New Cape Diving Beetle an 'Evolutionary Relic'
  249. South Africa: Mandla's Soweto - Rage Against the Machine
  250. Zimbabwe: Fast-Track Land Reform Shows Little Benefit 15 Years On