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  1. Reforming Zanu-PF
  2. Ebola cases decline: WHO
  3. Young Igwe remembers City Sports Bar
  4. South Africa/Ghana: Why Bafana Lost in Group C
  5. Africa: Security Fears Ahead of Quarter-Finals
  6. Libya: Attack On Libyan Hotel Leaves Ten Dead
  7. Western Sahara: Saharawi Political Prisoner Dies in Jail
  8. Libya: UN Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attack On Hotel in Tripoli
  9. Nigeria: Elections 'Too Close to Call' in Nigeria, Says Major Survey
  10. Mali/Guinea: Lots to Decide After Mali, Guinea Draw
  11. Cameroon/Cote d'Ivoire: Indomitable Lions Knocked Out
  12. Nigeria: Soludo Worst Central Bank Governor Ever - Okonjo-Iweala
  13. Kenya: British Terror Suspect Jermain Grant Acquitted of 9 Charges By Mombasa Court
  14. South Sudan: Will the AU Help Bring Justice to South Sudan?
  15. South Sudan: Tears, Chants as Rebel Child Soldiers Are Freed
  16. Kenya: Shock As Man Is Stabbed in Face and Throat, Eyes Gouged Out in Grisly Mathioya
  17. Kenya: 'Hole in the Wall' Project Transforms Lives in Huruma
  18. South Africa: Meddling in the Criminal Justice Institutions a Recipe for Disaster
  19. South Africa: R700 Billion Lost to Corruption in 20 Years
  20. South Africa: Ruling Party to Pay for Former Police Commissioner's Funeral
  21. Africa: WHO Executive Board Appoints Dr Matshidiso Moeti as New Regional Director for
  22. Angola: Crashing Oil Prices, Propaganda and the Angolan Recipe for Disaster
  23. Zimbabwe: Making HIV an 'Undetectable' Virus
  24. Zimbabwe: Wary Mugabe Recoils From Security Chiefs' Purge?
  25. Jane Mutasa challenges Brainworks transaction
  26. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Collectively, Africa can shun xenophobia
  27. AU, China sign MoU
  28. Outrage over SA xenophobia‘ . . . attacks indicate quest for robust empowerment polic
  29. WISE WORDS FROM AUNTIE •Masuku speaks on music inheritance, talent
  30. French delegation gets assurance
  31. Time up for Zifa board
  32. KGVI to be renamed after Gen Tongo
  33. ‘Muponda free to apply for banking licence’
  34. Soul Jah Love divides SA promoters
  35. 10 Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About Ethiopia
  36. Why Black Americans Can’t Sleep At Night
  37. Egyptian Dictator Goes To Addis Ababa
  38. U.S. Stops Israel From Selling Weapons To Nigeria
  39. Nigeria Beyond 2015: Insights On Africa’s Largest Economy
  40. Learning From The Taliban: Women Banned From Driving In New York
  41. “American Sniper”: Killing Ragheads For Jesus
  42. Burundi: Head of Burundi's Most Popular Commercial Radio Station Arrested
  43. Libya: 'Islamic State' Attacks Hotel
  44. Algeria/Senegal: Desert Foxes Beat Senegal to Advance
  45. Egypt: Doctor Convicted Over Girl's Death in Landmark Genital Cutting Case
  46. Egypt: As Police, Protesters Clash, UN Rights Chief Urges End to Excessive Use of For
  47. Tunisia/Zambia: Tunisia, DR Congo Advance as Zambia, Cape Verde Bow Out
  48. Ghana/South Africa: Black Stars Late Strike Sends Bafana Home
  49. Nigeria: European Election Observers Avoid North-East
  50. West Africa: Ebolanomics - the Search for a Vaccine
  51. Cameroon/Cote d'Ivoire: Final Before Final When Lions Clash with Elephants
  52. South Sudan: UN Welcomes Demobilization of Child Soldiers Amid Signs of Peace
  53. Seychelles: President Reshuffles Cabinet
  54. Uganda: Rebel Moves From Jungle to Justice
  55. Sudan: Opposition Sceptical of Mbeki's Peacemaking
  56. Central African Republic: Dominic Ongwen's Family Plead for Amnesty
  57. Zambia: How 35 Percent of Zambians Chose Sixth President
  58. South Africa: Corruption Investigator Resigns
  59. Zimbabwe: Opposition Condemns New Land Grabs
  60. South Africa: The Ongoing Challenge to Decriminalise Marijuana and Other Sacramental
  61. South Africa: Constitutional Court Judges Appointed
  62. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Battles With Energy Poverty
  63. Kenya: Kenyan, South African Entrepreneurs Picked for Program to Fight Climate Change
  64. Chad Rides To The Rescue In Nigeria, But Which Chad?
  65. The Twisted Politics Of White Resentment Is Our Real Police/Race Problem
  66. Don Peebles Inches Closer To Billionaire Status
  67. Colorism: The Development Of Black Identity In A Country That Encourages One Not To B
  68. White Father Makes Plea Against Racist Bullies Harassing His Black Daughter
  69. Zimbabwe: Black Only Stock Exchange Project Gathers Speed
  70. East African Economies Expanding Rapidly
  71. Algeria/Senegal: Algeria Fight for Survival
  72. Libya: New Round of Peace Talks Begins
  73. Egypt: Mubarak's Sons Released
  74. Egypt: Uprising's Anniversary Death Toll Rises to 16
  75. Algeria/Senegal: Desert Foxes Under Pressure in Senegal Clash
  76. Africa: Drama Looms At Africa Cup of Nations
  77. Nigeria: Army Fails to Act on Intelligence on Attack
  78. Liberia: 'Just Five Cases of Ebola Left'
  79. Ghana/South Africa: Black Stars and Bafana Both Face Crunch Afcon Game
  80. Uganda: Child Soldier Turned Rebel Appears in Court
  81. Africa: AU Summit - the Men in Hats With Their Backs Against the Wall
  82. Kenya: Narok Town Protest Turns Deadly
  83. Kenya: Solar to Grab Bigger Slice of Clean Energy Pie
  84. Ethiopia: Human Rights Day in Ethiopia - Make It Count, Please
  85. South Africa: Scientists Make Astronomy Breakthrough
  86. Zambia: Inonge Wina Is Zambia's First Female Vice-President
  87. South Africa: Malema Threatens to Walk Naked in Parliament
  88. Malawi: Brace For Economic Disaster, Warn Experts
  89. Zimbabwe: Troubling Spike in Cases of Multi-Drug Resistant TB
  90. Mozambique: Government-Renamo Dialogue Resumes
  91. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Media freedom demands responsibility
  92. How bankrupt zifa have been abusing their match officials
  93. Used car imports gobble $469m• . . . cash spent in 2014 alone • Protect local car ind
  94. Govt issues interim maize import permits
  95. Lawyers ditch Gumbura
  96. Macheso PHD bound?
  97. UN envoy meets President Mugabe
  98. Lungu replaces Scott with first female VP
  99. SA private troops to fight Boko Haram
  100. Mutasa steals party documents
  101. Heroes Welcome For Robert Mugabe In Zambia
  102. 5 Real Ways To Actually Support Black-Owned Businesses
  103. Rikers Island Officers Fired For Hog-Tying And Beating Inmate
  104. This Nigerian Woman Just Launched West Africa’s Largest Data Center
  105. Nigerian Military Fights To Recapture Town From Boko Haram
  106. Habits You Need To Be Successful In Business
  107. 12 Worst Ideas Religion Has Unleashed On The World
  108. Kenya: EACC Probing Ngilu Link to Two Acres Near State House
  109. Kenya: Three Killed As Groups Clash Over Lari Farm
  110. Uganda: Museveni 29 Years Later - Ours Is Not a Mere Change of Guard - It Is a Fundam
  111. Kenya: Protest Over Loans By University of Nairobi Students Put Off
  112. Zimbabwe: Mutasa Faces Abuse of Office Charges
  113. Tunisia/Congo-Kinshasa: Tunisia Head Into DR Congo Clash As Favourites
  114. Egypt: Over a Dozen Protesters Killed
  115. Ghana/Algeria: What Happens at Afcon Now? Permutation Time
  116. Libya: UN Mission Deplores Deadly Shooting in Tripoli
  117. Ghana/Algeria: Gyan Beats Malaria and Leads Ghana to Victory
  118. Nigeria: U.S. Secretary Kerry Meets Buhari, Jonathan
  119. South Africa/Senegal: Bafana Bafana Struggles to Finish
  120. Nigeria: Remarks by John Kerry at a Press Availability in Lagos
  121. Burkina Faso/Congo-Brazzaville: Burkina Faso Bow Out After a Poor Show
  122. Zambia/Cape Verde: Chipolopolo Still Have Afcon Hopes
  123. South Sudan: Rebels Deny Destroying Oil-Field Facilities
  124. Tanzania: Dar, Kenya Agree to Promote Tourism
  125. Rwanda: WB Approves U.S. $70 Millon Social Protection Funding
  126. Kenya: I Had Gone to Fight Graft in Gilgil Claims #alfredketer
  127. Rwanda: Together We Can Make Rwanda a Country of Heroes
  128. Zimbabwe: Copy Zambian Example, Bob Urged
  129. Zimbabwe: Grace Animals Wreak Havoc in Manzou
  130. Zimbabwe: French Business Delegation Expected
  131. Zimbabwe: Chinamasa Raps Business Leaders
  132. Zambia: Latest Results Show Lungu 48.72 Percent, Hichilema 46.85 Percent
  133. Has zifa boss cuthbert dube just set a new world record?
  134. AU congratulates Zambia
  135. Hero’s welcome in Lusaka
  136. Jah rocks Australia
  137. High turnout in Mt Darwin polls
  138. Audits should precede employment contracts
  139. No flexibility on 51/49 structure in mining
  140. Mupamhanga loses land dispute
  141. Congolese nabbed over diamonds
  142. Kudos to the Zimbabwe technocratic crusade
  143. John Kerry Threatens Nigeria In High Level Visit
  144. An Open Letter To Black People
  145. Socioeconomic Problems Abound As The Rich Get Richer
  146. France’s History Of Violence
  147. Nigeria: Boko Haram Releases Hostages
  148. Zambia: Ruling Party Candidate Narrowly Wins Presidential Vote
  149. Zimbabwe: Govt Advised to Tolerate NGOs
  150. Ghana/Algeria: Asamoah Gyan Presence Boosts Ghana
  151. Egypt: Call for Political Prisoners to Be Freed After Mubarak Sons' Release
  152. Ghana/Algeria: Returning Gyan the Hero As Ghana Beat Algeria
  153. Ghana/Algeria: Grant Seeks Black Stars Redemption in Titanic Desert Foxes Clash
  154. Zambia/Tunisia: All Not Lost for Zambia After Tunisia Defeat On Day Six of Afcon
  155. Cameroon/Guinea: Guinea Hold Indomitable Loins
  156. Cameroon/Guinea: Will The Indomitable Lions Roar Past Guinea?
  157. Mali/Cote d'Ivoire: Max Gradel Saves Côte d'Ivoire
  158. Cote d'Ivoire/Mali: Can Ivorians Show Their Colours?
  159. Kenya: The Problems Faced By 'The Star' Are Not At All New
  160. Kenya: Three Mcas Deny Plot to Hire Staff
  161. Kenya: Forget Kanu, Official to Jap
  162. Kenya: Musyoki, Cherotich Seek to Defend Titles At Prisions Run
  163. Kenya: Kajiado MCA Dies in Ngong Car Crash
  164. Zambia: Opposition Complains of Poll Discrepancies
  165. South Africa: Tough Task Ahead for Bafana
  166. Zambia: Edgar Lungu Wins Tight Polls, Becomes 6th President
  167. South Africa/Senegal: Bafana's Afcon Dream Fades Further
  168. Malawi: Malawians to Brace for More Blackouts - Escom
  169. Zimbabwe: Kasukuwere Says Coalition Govt Made Him Cry
  170. Malawi: Ex-President Joyce Banda Bribed By Zambian Tycoon Over Bank Licenses - Report
  171. Zimbabwe: I Am Here to Work - Katsande
  172. Protests Continue In Haiti Against UN-Backed Dictator
  173. Greater Israel: Netanyahu Seeks To Turn US Congress Against Obama
  174. Malema Seeks Union Alliance To Combat ANC
  175. 5 Reasons To Be Optimistic About Africa
  176. The Key Difference Between Nigeria And South Africa
  177. Rival Rebel Faction Seizes Benghazi Branch Of Libyan Central Bank
  178. Foreigners In Soweto Appeal For Help
  179. Ghana/Algeria: Black Stars' Gyan Roars Back to Shock Algeria
  180. Libya: UN Mission Condemns Attack Against Central Bank in Benghazi
  181. Africa: President Sisi of Egypt Vows to Address National and Regional Challenges
  182. Algeria: Charlie Hebdo Murderers Are "Children of France, Not Children of Islam"
  183. Algeria: Death of Saudi King Abdullah - President Bouteflika Declares Three-Day Natio
  184. South Africa/Senegal: Bafana Hold Senegal to Draw but Face Tough Task
  185. Nigeria: Military Set for 'Final Onslaught' Against Boko Haram
  186. Sierra Leone: Emergency Anti-Malaria Drive Reaches 2.5 Million
  187. Cameroon/Guinea: Will Guinea Find Their Edge Against the Indomitable Lions?
  188. Somalia: Five Dead After Hotel Bombing
  189. Sudan: Four Killed in Militia Attacks in North Darfur Region
  190. Somalia: UN, International Partners Call for Resolution of Political Crisis
  191. Kenya: ODM Tells Ngilu to Reveal 'The Name Behind the Names' in Lang'ata Land Grabbin
  192. Congo-Kinshasa: Ban Ki Moon Condemns DRC Violence, Calls for Dialogue
  193. South Africa: Three Die in Soweto Looting
  194. Zambia: Hichilema Claims Narrow Victory
  195. South Africa: Former National Police Chief Dies
  196. South Africa: Suspension of Police Unit Head 'Invalid'
  197. Zambia: Selfish Players Led to Defeat - Chipolopolo Coach
  198. Zambia: Lungu Still in the Lead
  199. Zambia: Why Women Leaders Perform Badly in Presidential Elections
  200. A-Level: Girls outshine boys
  201. ZNA sets ambitious tree planting plan
  202. The late Dr Nkomo, Dr Muzenda honoured
  203. Mt Darwin primary poll today
  204. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Clamp down hard on land barons
  205. Cuba: So distant a country, so close an ally, so important a lesson
  206. To get the favour of God, obey the Word of God
  207. Then the headmaster walks in…
  208. Kasukuwere nullifies co-options
  209. Ex-councillor’s trial date set
  210. Military Hardware Still Flowing To American Police After Ferguson
  211. Europe’s Scientific Terrorism Against Africa – A Must Read
  212. African Economies To Perform Better In 2015
  213. China’s Scramble For Africa
  214. St. Louis Police Gun Down Another Black Teenager
  215. South Africa’s Soweto Tense After ‘Afrophobic’ Attacks
  216. Video Shows New Jersey Cops Kill Black Man ‘With His Arms Raised In Surrender’
  217. Tunisia/Zambia: Chikhaoui's Late Strike Breaks Zambian Hearts
  218. Ghana/Algeria: Defence Worries Black Stars Ahead of Algeria Clash
  219. Egypt: Group Laments 'Surge' in Detainee Deaths
  220. Algeria: Troops Thwart Plans to Attack Oil Installations
  221. Egypt: Home of Judge Presiding Over a Mursi Trial Attacked - Eyewitnesses
  222. Cape Verde/Congo-Kinshasa: Cape Verde, Congo Share Spoils
  223. Cameroon: Action Illegal Logging Stalls
  224. South Africa/Senegal: Bafana, Teranga Lions Clash
  225. Liberia: Legislature Becomes Boxing Ground Over Speaker Row
  226. South Sudan: Warring Leaders Sign Peace Deal
  227. Sudan: Major Offensive Begins in Darfur
  228. Ethiopia: Govt in 'Systematic Assault' on Media
  229. Rwanda: ICTR Still to Complete Longest Trial
  230. Rwanda: Rwanda-DR Congo Border Tense Amid Deadly Riots
  231. South Africa: Sowetans Attack Migrant Shopkeepers
  232. Malawi: Floods Raise Fears of Cholera Outbreak, Poor Harvest
  233. South Africa: National Airline to Receive R6.5 Billion Bailout
  234. South Africa: New Head for Police Unit
  235. South Africa: Deaths, Arrests After Soweto Violence
  236. Zambia: Zambians Anxiously Await Results
  237. First Lady undergoes op
  238. Prof Moyo raps media
  239. Msipa distances self from Joice Mujuru
  240. VP Mphoko to meet the people
  241. Youths demand Mutasa’s expulsion
  242. ‘A’ Level results out
  243. Service delivery the key: Prof Moyo
  244. President blasts Mutasa
  245. Kereke case lacks evidence: PG
  246. Mutodi has case to answer
  247. Meet The Entrepreneur Transforming The Black Haircare Industry
  248. Former Mandela Aide’s Twitter Rant Sets Off Race Row In South Africa
  249. Boko Haram And The Return Of German Imperialism To Africa
  250. Cameroon To Receive Russian Weapons