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  1. Zimbabwe: South Africa Hits Back At Imports Ban
  2. Remembering Uzumba’s gallant daughters
  3. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Indeed, what is your cause today?
  4. Zanu Day and supremacy of politics of the gun
  5. Chibondo: Zimbabwe’s own Golgotha
  6. Burglars break into Prof Moyo’s office
  7. Let’s safeguard our heritage, nation urged
  8. Government warns instigators of violence
  9. 6 Zimra officers caught on camera taking bribes
  10. Killer driver faces court
  11. Defence Forces to get colours
  12. Nigeria: Soldiers Killed As Gunmen Open Fire On Troops
  13. Cote d'Ivoire: Sewe Sport Edge Asec to Maiden Ivorian Cup
  14. Kenya/Cameroon: Kenya Walloped By Cameroon in U-17 Afcon Qualifier
  15. Nigeria: Group Plans to Reduce Malnutrition by 2020
  16. Nigeria: Iba Monarch Opens Up on His Kidnapping
  17. Ethiopia: Deaths and Detentions As Protests Flare
  18. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Planning to Recruit 'Frustrated Officers'
  19. Kenya: Okwiri Punches His Way to Round of 16 in Rio
  20. Africa: Moroccan Boxer Arrested Over Sexual Assault Allegations in Rio
  21. Nigeria: Film Industry Faces Setbacks
  22. Egypt: Suez Canal Dollar Revenues Reach $3.1 Billion
  23. Nigeria: If Boko Haram Kills Christians, We'll Slay Muslims - Militant Group
  24. Nigeria: No Leadership Tussle Between Makarfi, Sherrif - Dokpesi
  25. Nigeria: APC to Conduct Primary in Oyo State Aug. 8
  26. Nigeria: Flooding - Evacuate Communities On River Niger Immediately, Nema Warns
  27. Kenya: Athletic Legend Keino Receives Historic Olympic Award
  28. South Sudan: Govt Agrees to Deployment of More Regional Troops
  29. Kenya: Businesses Counting Losses Following Countrywide Power Outage
  30. Somalia: Army Calls for More International Support
  31. South Africa: Ruling Party Faces Worst Election Loss in 20 Years
  32. Congo-Kinshasa: Congolese Musician General Defao Detained Over Hotel Bill
  33. Zimbabwe: Economic Crisis Hits Tourism Sector
  34. Zimbabwe: Mighty Warriors Face Canada
  35. South Africa: Dabbing Has Fallen - Malema On ANC's Poor Elections Showing
  36. Tanzania/South Africa: Serengeti Boys Face Amajimbos Hurdle
  37. South Africa: Collins Chabane - Truck Driver Jailed for Six Years
  38. South Africa: Never Say Never, Ramaphosa Tells FF Plus MP
  39. South Africa: ANC Falls Below 50 Percent in Mogale City
  40. How do you celebrate mediocrity, a six-goal hiding on the grand stage, they kept on a
  41. ‘Horrific’ Video Shows Chicago Cops Executing Paul O’Neal
  42. Egypt: Egypt's Former Grand Mufti Survives Assassination Attempt - State Television
  43. Africa: Why Morocco Should Be Barred From the African Union
  44. Egypt/South Africa: Egypt Confirmed Mandela Challenge Opponents
  45. Algeria: 'German' Firm of Constantine - Subcontracting to Consolidate Industrial Reco
  46. Algeria: Nice Attack - Hollande Thanks President Bouteflika for Algeria Support
  47. Senegal: Maid in Saudi Arabia Could Face Death Penalty After Murder Charge
  48. Nigeria: Tragedy As Another Football Star Dies
  49. Nigeria: Boko Haram's Shekaua and Group's New Leader in War of Words
  50. Liberia: Mass Failure in Senior High School Exams
  51. Somalia: Opposition Parties Order President to Vacate State House by the 10th
  52. Nigeria: Buhari Names Governing Council for Ogoni Clean-Up
  53. Africa: Mozambique and Tanzania in Battle for Gas Investors
  54. Africa: Rwanda's Kagame Says Politicising Justice Is a Form of 'Lawfare'
  55. Tanzania: Opposition Party to Hold Demos in Spite of Police Ban
  56. Zimbabwe: Protest Movement Gains Steam
  57. Tanzania: Two Sides of the Coin on Capital City Shift to Dodoma
  58. Namibia: Parents Sue Over Vaccine Deaths
  59. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Block Elections
  60. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Fears Army, Police Hostilities
  61. Zimbabwe: Fresh Cabinet Reshuffle Looms
  62. Zimbabwe: High Court Blocks Elections to Remove War Veterans Leadership
  63. . . .AFZ boss assures nation’s safety, peace
  64. South Africa: Police Were Exercising Their Right By Arresting Thulsie Twins - Prosecu
  65. Zimbabwe: Country without a Nation?
  66. Beyond glitz, glamour of the ramp
  67. Will first-time voters decide Zambia’s elections?
  68. The moneybags of tanzania keep flexing their financial muscle
  69. Zim, S. Africa discuss SI64
  70. PG requests for ‘more time’ again in Kereke, Tomana saga
  71. Mourinho draws first blood
  72. Zimbabweans in fashion glam in UK
  73. Turkey: The night of the ordinary heroes
  74. White-Businesses Panic As Namibia Pushes Black Empowerment Bill
  75. South Africa Has The Highest Concentration Of Wealth In The Hands Of A Few Whites
  76. Earledreka White Called 9-1-1 Predicting This Race Soldier Would Attack Her — And He
  77. Race Terrorist Dylann Roof Attacked And Beaten In Jail
  78. George Zimmerman Sucker Punched After Bragging About Murdering Trayvon Martin
  79. Egypt: Cabinet Approves Draft Law for Space Agency
  80. Morocco: Refuge of Enlightenment in a War On Culture - Preserving the Al-Qarawiyyin M
  81. Africa: Libyan Sovereign Wealth Fund Case Offers Good Lessons for Uganda
  82. Egypt: Egypt Receives Offensive Missile Vessel From Russia
  83. Nigeria: The Shattering of the Buhari Mythology
  84. Egypt: Egypt's Sisi Speaks With British PM Theresa May On Resuming Flights
  85. Nigeria: Military Dismisses Boko Haram's New Leadership
  86. Nigeria: Boko Haram: Abubakar Shekau Says He is 'Still Around'
  87. Nigeria: Kano Govt Sacks 9 Officials, Suspends Director
  88. Ethiopia: Bold Move to Address Health Professionals Shortage
  89. Nigeria: 1.3 Million Teachers Needed for Basic Education - Minister
  90. Kenya: Two Arrested With Bomb-Making Materials in Isiolo
  91. Kenya: Traditional Midwives in Frontline of Drive to Cut Maternal Deaths
  92. Uganda: Resist Land Takeovers, Says Besigye
  93. South Africa: Cracks in South Africa's Governing Alliance Could Cost the ANC Dearly
  94. Malawi: President to Intervene in University Fee Hike Deadlock
  95. South Africa: An Election Day of the Weird, Wonderful and Worrying
  96. Malawi: President Mutharika Faces Nationwide Protests
  97. Zimbabwe: New Wine, Old Bottles?
  98. Mozambique: Over 8 000 Children Show Signs of TB
  99. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Expels Top Officials
  100. Namibia: President Hage Geingob's Daughter Discusses Her Father
  101. Letter to Pastor Evan Mawarire
  102. CBZ eyes investment opportunities in region
  103. Bizure revisits Muwengwa scenes on Studio 263
  104. Propaganda war against Putin
  105. Government commissions $500k 3D simulator
  106. Army warns destabilisers • . . . ready to defend, uphold Constitution • Troops traine
  107. No bail for $56k heist cops
  108. You’ve made us proud
  109. Bimha in SA to meet counterpart
  110. New Boko Haram leader threatens to kill Christians
  111. Africa: AGOA Exporters Push for Less Travel Restrictions to U.S.
  112. Nigeria: World Will Forget Us If We Balkanize Nigeria - Jonathan
  113. Rwanda: Lawmakers Grill Ministers Over Youth Unemployment
  114. Libya: Photographer Arrested While Covering a Protest in Libya
  115. Libya: Deaths As Car Bomb Hits Libya's Benghazi
  116. Africa: Panama Papers Probe Exposes New Secret Deals Across Africa
  117. Algeria: Three Drug Traffickers Arrested, Over 16 Qls of Cannabis Resin Seized in Tin
  118. Algeria: Tunisia - Youssef Chahed Designated to Form Union Government
  119. Nigeria: Citizens Oppose Life Pensions for Ex-Governors, Lawmakers
  120. Ghana: Study Shows Undernutrition Taking Huge Toll On Economy
  121. Nigeria: Islamic State Names New Boko Haram Leader
  122. Tanzania: Govt to Appeal Against Ruling On Minimum Age of Marriage
  123. South Sudan: Kiir Fires Four Ministers Allied to Machar
  124. Nigeria: Ministers Battle Over Control of Ecological Fund
  125. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Recruiting Youths by Force - Kenya Army Chief
  126. Kenya: Electoral Chiefs Agree to Quit
  127. Zimbabwe: Stock Exchange Revenue Down 23% Over 6 Months
  128. South Africa: Voting Interrupted As Protest Action Flares Up in KwaZulu-Natal
  129. Zimbabwe: Police Beat Up Anti-Govt Protesters, Break-Up Peaceful March
  130. South Africa: Election Day 101 - Everything You Need to Know
  131. Zambia: Surge in Violence as Election Draws Near
  132. South Africa: President Zuma Casts His Vote
  133. South Africa: Young South Africans - 'They're Showcasing Your Poverty'
  134. Indian Ambassador pays courtesy call on VP Mphoko
  135. Editorial Comment: Internal buying critical for mining sector
  136. US polls: A season of madness, hypocrisy
  137. Zanu-PF expels 9 • ZNLWVA top four dismissed • Ex-minister Mutezo not spared
  138. Kansiime flies in today
  139. Unconstitutional change has no place in a democracy
  140. Turkish Airlines to fly into Zim soon
  141. Chungwa strikes again
  142. 7 crash victims named
  143. Cop injured, property destroyed in rowdy demo
  144. Mali: Mali Crisis - Agreement Monitoring Committee Allowed Armed Groups to Renew Comm
  145. Morocco: Mission Journal - Morocco's New Press Law Undermined By Draft Penal Code
  146. Nigeria: Recession - Nigerian Govt Seeks Help, Consults Financial Experts
  147. Egypt: Egyptian Photojournalist Sentenced in Absentia to 15 Years in Prison
  148. Tanzania/Algeria: Ngoma a Blow for Yanga Mission, Admits Pluijm
  149. Libya: US Launches First Airstrikes Against 'IS' in Libya
  150. Nigeria: 'Operation Crocodile Smile' Not Against Niger Delta Militants - Army
  151. Nigeria: Imo State Governor Introduces Three-Day Work Week to Reduce Wage Bill
  152. Nigeria: Mother of Schoolgirl Rescued From Boko Haram Fears for Her Future
  153. Nigeria: President Buhari Appoints Heads of 17 Education Agencies, Retains Four
  154. Sudan: Eastern Sudan Families Missing After Floods
  155. Sudan: More Detentions Days After U.S. Envoy's Visit to Darfur
  156. Nigeria: Military Confirms 11 Militants Arrested, Identifies Four Camps
  157. Somalia: Somali National Sentenced to Life in Jail in UK
  158. Tanzania: Premier Stresses Public Service Recruitment System
  159. Ethiopia: Protests in Gonder City Signal Uncertain Future
  160. Mozambique: Conflict Worsens as Peace Talks Fail
  161. Africa: New Colony for African Penguin On the Cards
  162. South Africa: Why Breastfeeding Still Needs Champions
  163. South Africa: Undecided Voters Could Swing the Outcome of Local Elections
  164. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Leader Mahiya Freed On Bail
  165. South Africa: Electoral Tremors Are Shaking Ruling Party. How Will It Respond?
  166. Zimbabwe: Football Boss Chiyangwa in Social Media Funding Appeal
  167. Zimbabwe: Cops in Dock Over Fake Roadblock
  168. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Prioritise police in POS machines allocation
  169. Gupuro, a token to end marriage
  170. After Democrats’ celebration of militarism, US warplanes bomb Libya
  171. Why the ANC still needs to lead
  172. Death of so-called revolutionaries
  173. Borderless Africa: Want that African e-Passport?
  174. Erdogan accuses West of ‘supporting coup plotters’
  175. Pope ‘opens door’ to female deacons
  176. Nigerian man arrested in $60m e-mail scam
  177. Britain’s New African Empire – A Must Read
  178. Activists demand justice after Kenyan hacks off wife
  179. Head Games – The Gantt Report
  180. Why Black Americans Are Dying In The Company Of White Race Soldiers
  181. The Ballot Or The Beat Down – The Gantt Report
  182. Africa: Angola, Egypt, Underline Supremacy As FIBA U18 Championship Ends
  183. Rwanda/Morocco: Amavubi's Bayisenge in Talks With Moroccan Club KAC Kenitra
  184. Africa: Teamwork Was Key to Our Success - Angola's Silvio Sousa
  185. South Africa: Newly Empowered Black Farmers Ruined By Drought
  186. Rwanda: City Authorities Reassure Businesses Over Road Closures
  187. Africa: More Than 120 Bodies Washed Ashore Near Libyan City
  188. Egypt: Court Adjourns Trial of 67 Involved in Top Prosecutor's Assassination to Aug.
  189. Egypt: External Debt to Reach U.S.$53.4 Billion With IMF Loan - Finance Minister
  190. Egypt: Egyptians Will Soon Be Able to Purchase Dollars At Unified Rate - Sisi
  191. Nigeria: Niger Tasks Govt On Abuja-Niger Rail Project, Cargo Airport
  192. Nigeria: Military On High Alert As Militants Declare Niger Delta Republic
  193. Nigeria: Budget Padding Scandal - Pressure Mounts On Speaker Dogara to Step Down
  194. Nigeria: Governor El-Rufai Releases Zaria Massacre Report
  195. Kenya: Solar-Powered Televisions Brighten Homes in Rural Kenya
  196. South Sudan: Heavy Fighting Erupts Around Juba
  197. Tanzania: Magufuli Imposes Ban On Mineral Sands Export
  198. Somalia: Peace in Somalia - How Can Amisom Succeed?
  199. South Sudan: The UN's Deafening Silence Over Jailed Journalist
  200. South Africa: Terror Accused Twin Communicated With Isis, Court Told
  201. South Africa: Frustrated Voters Set to Shake Up Politics
  202. South Africa: This Is Why Young People Won't Be Turning Up At the Polls
  203. South Africa: Special Voters Get Local Elections Underway
  204. South Africa: Petrol Stations Run Dry Over Strike
  205. South Africa: National Minimum Wage Would Cut Poverty, Boost Growth
  206. Zimbabwe: Opposition Blasts Mugabe's Party for Failing to Deliver Promises
  207. South Africa: Election Candidates Attacked
  208. Mbanga stages land sale ‘coup’
  209. GMB receives 110 000t maize
  210. ICCF endorses Mzembi’s candidature
  211. Communities fight CITES ban
  212. City Parking billing scandal riles motorists
  213. Govt launches school feeding programme
  214. CABS to launch rent-to-buy scheme
  215. Cops in $56k heist at fake roadblock
  216. Crunch Politburo tomorrow
  217. Show lights up Chibuku neShamwari contest
  218. Morocco: New Law Advances Domestic Workers' Rights
  219. Nigeria: Budget Padding - Dogara, Jibrin, Bicker Over Alleged U.S.$20,000 Bribe to La
  220. Nigeria: Nigerians Killed in South Africa
  221. Rwanda: Financial Institutions Partner to Ease Agriculture Financing
  222. Nigeria: Siasia Names Mikel Captain of U-23 Team As Team Heads to Brazil
  223. Tanzania: Former Prime Minister and Magufuli's Strong Critic 'Softens Stance'
  224. Tunisia: Prime Minister Essid Faces No-Confidence Vote
  225. Tunisia: Parliament Votes to Dismiss PM Habib Essid
  226. Mali: Govt Extends State of Emergency for Eight Months
  227. Egypt: Court Rejects Lawsuit Demanding Sequestration of Press Syndicate
  228. Egypt: Govt to Import 700,000 Tonnes of Sugar
  229. Nigeria: Police Commences Investigation Into Olisa Nwakobi's Death
  230. Tanzania: Dangote Cement Plant Fined for Polluting
  231. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Claims Deadly Attack On Police Base
  232. Nigeria: Nigerian Among Winners of Oic's Ramadan Photo Contest
  233. Nigeria: New Kwara CP Warns Policemen Against Extra-Judicial Killings
  234. Kenya: Deputy President Launches Project to Boost Livestock Output
  235. Somalia: Gunmen Launch Gun Attack On Army Base Near Afgoye
  236. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Blasted Over VPs Appointments
  237. South Africa/Namibia: Namibia Pip Amajimbos in Cosafa U-17 Final
  238. Kenya: Time to Celebrate Our Own Industrialists
  239. South Africa: Nigerian Man Shot Dead in Johannesburg
  240. Southern Africa: Zambia Ready for Polls - SADC Observers
  241. Zambia: Govt Promotes Industrial Clusters
  242. Zambia: Natsave Loans Out K16 Million
  243. Sweet revenge for caps
  244. Zambia: Integrating Environmental, Economic Policies
  245. Zambia: Dairy Association Demands Maize Bran Export Levy
  246. Hre City fail to feast on Chicken Inn
  247. No winning formula for Mandigora
  248. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Judgment impinges on children’s rights
  249. Hlongwane praises U-20 Young Gems
  250. Revenue rises after poor first quarter