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  1. Worst loss in 10 yrs
  2. Nigeria: Chief Imam of National Mosque, Abuja Is Dead
  3. Burundi: Alarmed By Burundi Media Curbs, UN Human Rights Office Reiterates Call for F
  4. Ethiopia: Amid Spike in Arrivals, Number South Sudanese Refugees in Ethiopia Passes 2
  5. Egypt: Sisi Makes Short Visit to Saudi Arabia
  6. Egypt: UN Middle East Peace Envoy Arrives in Cairo On First Visit
  7. Morocco: Penalty Heartache for Raja As Holders Setif Go Through
  8. Tunisia: Blatant Decrease of State's Resources Due to Tax Evasion, UGTT Says
  9. Tunisia: Social Negotiations Related to Smag and Smig to Start Shortly - Habib Essid
  10. Nigeria: Any Hope for Nigerian Students Under Buhari?
  11. West Africa: Managing Rumours and Misinformation in West Africa
  12. Nigeria: 2015 Polls - We're Still Compiling List of Offences for Prosecution - INEC
  13. Nigeria: PDP in Crisis - Party Blames Jonathan's Aides for President's Election Defea
  14. Burundi: Burundi Vows Crackdown After Grenade Attack
  15. Kenya: Unsafe Abortions Continue to Plague Kenya
  16. Kenya: Pastoralist Women Turn to Wrangling New Herds - of Pawpaws
  17. Mozambique: Opposition Leader Urges Ruling Party to Change Position on Municipalities
  18. Zimbabwe: Zuma, Khama Corner Mugabe
  19. Malawi: Cashgate an Embarrassment to Malawi - Gondwe
  20. Zimbabwe: Workers Blast Tsvangirai
  21. Zimbabwe: Khaya Scared to Respond to Mugabe's Kalanga Jibe
  22. Malawi: Mzuzu Residents Want City Constituency Split
  23. South Africa: Police Net 27 Repatriated Malawians for 'Going Back' to South Africa
  24. Malawi: Government Reviews Social Cash Transfer Allocations
  25. French Soldiers Under Probe For Raping African Children
  26. Finally, A Fair State Attorney – The Gantt Report
  27. Reflections On Brazilian Racism: The Return Of The Ghosts That Were Never There
  28. Transport, Mining Draw Machinery Makers To East Africa
  29. Nine Soldiers Killed In Mali Rebel Attack
  30. Nigeria: Nigeria Frees More Children and Women From Boko Haram
  31. Burundi: Burundi Policemen Killed in Grenade Attack
  32. Somalia: Somalia Journalist and Wife Shot Dead
  33. Burundi: 'Hundreds Arrested' in Burundi Amid Political Unrest
  34. Libya: Journalists Reported Murdered
  35. Libya: Draft Political Deal for Parties Is 'Work in Progress'
  36. Morocco: To the Polisario - Morocco Is Waiting
  37. Morocco: What Is Morocco's Strategy for Developing a Skilled Workforce?
  38. Western Sahara: Moroccan Forces Intervene Violently Against Saharawi Citizens in Occu
  39. Liberia: U.S. Decommissions Ebola Facility
  40. Nigeria: What Next for Election Losers?
  41. Senegal: Migrants Leaving in Thousands
  42. Cameroon: Gov't Aims to Boost Reliance On Renewable Energy
  43. Nigeria: We'll Wipe Out Boko Haram Before Handover - Jonathan
  44. Burundi: Protesters Shot in New Clashes in Burundi
  45. Africa: Facebook Posts Sell West As 'Paradise On Earth'
  46. Sudan: Abductions By Security Forces, Militiamen in Darfur
  47. Central Africa: Rebel Leader's Arrest a Shot in the Arm for Justice
  48. Burundi: Police Clamp Down on Radio Stations
  49. Zimbabwe: Sanctions Case to Cost Zim U.S. $10 Million
  50. South Africa: Is South Africa Taking Xenophobia Seriously?
  51. South Africa: High-Profile Attorney to Represent New Suspect in Slain Teacher's Case
  52. Zimbabwe: Editorial Comment - Workers' Unions Must Be a United Lot
  53. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Cannot Rig Economic Recovery
  54. South Africa: Presidency Notes Report By Institute of Race Relations
  55. South Africa: The Rebellion of the Poor
  56. Swaziland: Swazi Police Restrict May Day Rally
  57. Statues, foreigners loathed alike in SA
  58. Five days down one to go
  59. ‘Don’t overrate Joice Mujuru’
  60. Peter’s old boys club
  61. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Competitiveness key for growth
  62. Funeral parade for Tapfumaneyi
  63. The Interview: ‘There’s no room for division in Zanu-PF’
  64. No law for salary freeze — arbitrator
  65. 6 cops charged with murder over Baltimore death
  66. Whither Workers’ Day?
  67. Kenya’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Thrives Despite Terror Attacks
  68. Ethiopian Israelis Protests Against Police Beating And Racism
  69. Did Baltimore Police Arrest Freddie Gray As A Ruse After Mortally Injuring Him?
  70. Six Baltimore Police Officers Face Murder Charge, In Freddie Gray’s Death
  71. Ethiopia To House East Africa’s Tallest Building
  72. 230 Boko Haram Terrorists Killed In Weekend Battle
  73. UN Report: French Soldiers Raped African Children
  74. Ethiopia: The Man Smuggling Ethiopians to Europe
  75. Libya: Chourabi and Ktari Case - Delegation Led By Consul-General in Tripoli to Go to
  76. Egypt: Sisi Meets Spanish Economic Minister in Madrid
  77. Tunisia: German President Meets With Members of Truth and Dignity Commission
  78. Algeria: Army Arrests 24 African Illegal Immigrants, Five Smugglers in South of Count
  79. Mali: 'Guerrilla Gardening' Takes Root in Mali
  80. Africa: Reimagining Africa: Giving Birth to the Africa We Want
  81. Africa: Plan Senegal Emergent Profiled for Investors & Policymakers
  82. Nigeria: Hearing Impaired Adolescents Excluded From Sexual Health Education
  83. Nigeria: 'Chibok Girls Not Among Group Rescued From Sambisa Forest'
  84. Kenya: Govt Backpedals On Closure of Somali Refugee Camp
  85. Burundi: Social Media Sites Blocked
  86. Sudan: After the Elections, Time for New Ideas
  87. Burundi: Court to Examine President's Third-Term Bid
  88. South Africa: Court Grants Man Right to Assisted Death
  89. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Urges Migrants in South Africa to Return Home
  90. Zimbabwe: Violence Breaks Out Ahead of By-Elections
  91. South Africa: Data Journalism/A New Set of Tools
  92. Southern Africa: Zuma Briefs SADC Summit on Measures to Deal With Xenophobia
  93. South Africa: More Toilets Will Save South Africa Money
  94. Malawi: Thieves Terrorise Supreme Court Judge Mwaungulu, Owner Prays for Them
  95. Southern Africa: Xenophobic Attacks Not on Official SADC Agenda
  96. Search for beauty at UZ
  97. Dr Tawanda comes home
  98. Musicians celebrate May Day
  99. Beitbridge hosts Chibuku Neshamwari
  100. Mbira night promises fireworks
  101. ‘My Right is My Weapon’ on today
  102. Intellectual property rights in visual art
  103. Gospel album launch in Uzumba
  104. Red Cup party on tonight
  105. Zimbabwe College of Music in exciting show
  106. Xenophobia – International Criminal Court To Probe Zuma, Zulu King
  107. Baltimore Police Kidnap Community Organizer On Live Television
  108. The Genocide Continues: Terrance Kellom Gunned Down By ICE Agent
  109. UN Report Accuses French Soldiers Of Raping African Children In CAR
  110. Denel Africa’s Largest Defense Contractor Considers Restarting Attack Helicopter Prog
  111. 11 Stupid Reasons White People Have Rioted
  112. Africa: Refugees in Libya Face Despair From All Sides
  113. Egypt: Court to Rule On Mubarak and Sons for Embezzlement On May 9
  114. Western Sahara: Security Council Extends UN Western Sahara Mission Through April 2016
  115. Egypt: Court Sentences 71 to Life in Prison Over Kerdasa Violence - State Agency
  116. Algeria: Polisario Front Takes Note of Security Council Resolution On Western Sahara
  117. Gambia: Youth Flee Bleak Future At Home
  118. Liberia: Health Facilities Re-open Nationwide As Ebola Wanes
  119. West Africa: A Year On, Guineans Finally Lay Ebola Souls to Rest
  120. Togo: Opposition Cries Foul After Gnassingbé Presidential Victory
  121. Nigeria: Military Rescues 200 Girls From Sambisa Forest
  122. Kenya: 9 Dead in Narok Flash Floods, Rescue Effort Continues
  123. Kenya: Security Enhanced in Nairobi After Intelligence Warning
  124. Sudan: Cooking Gas and Bread Crisis Widens
  125. Burundi: Who Are the Imbonerakure and Is Burundi Unravelling?
  126. Kenya: Parliament Announces New Security Measures
  127. Africa: Fear and Distrust As Victims Regroup in South Africa
  128. South Africa: Country Falls Out of Investment Confidence Index
  129. Southern Africa: Dip in Maize Harvest Could Push Up Prices and Boost Import Needs, UN
  130. Zimbabwe: Police Besiege Opposition Offices Following Protest
  131. Swaziland: Chief Justice Warrant - Are Swazi Police Serious?
  132. South Africa: 'I Have Never Seen This Amount of Hate Towards Other People'
  133. Africa: Hundreds of Malawians Leave South Africa After Attacks
  134. Africa: X-Men South Africa - Government's High-Powered Xenophobia Fight Back
  135. Sadc Communiqué in full
  136. Madzibabaa Ishmael jailed
  137. Pfumbidzayi to remain behind bars
  138. CBZ manager in $370 000 fraud
  139. Sadc Peace Training Centre handed over
  140. Prof Ncube tears into in-law Zuma
  141. Summit mourns Rtd Brig-Gen Mbita
  142. Govt urged to act on IMPI
  143. Daily News offside, says Zanu-PF
  144. President on xenophobia
  145. Urban Uprisings – The Gantt Report
  146. Freddie Gray’s Death Reveals A Dark History Of ‘Nickel Rides’ And Police Van Torture
  147. Egyptian Army Massing For Invasion Of Eastern Libya?
  148. Ten Shocking Facts About Baltimore
  149. Israeli Cops Beat Ethiopian IDF Soldier In Racist Attack
  150. Nigerian Military ‘Rescues Nearly 300
  151. Tunisia: First Batch of U.S. Combat Helicopters to Be Delivered to Tunisia Shortly -
  152. Algeria: Diplomat At Mauritanian Embassy in Algeria Declared Persona Non Grata
  153. Egypt: Parliamentary Elections Not Before Ramadan - Sisi
  154. North Africa: Website Focusing On Food Security in Middle East Now in Arabic
  155. Libya: UNHCR Works to Ease Dire Conditions in Libya's Immigration Detention Centres
  156. Nigeria: Presidency Denies Recalling Envoy from South Africa
  157. Nigeria: When $ Became Cheaper in the Black Market
  158. Liberia: ArcelorMittal Liberia Remains Committed to the Construction of the Ganta Yek
  159. Gambia: 21 Years After Gambia Deemed Unfit for TV Station
  160. Guinea: A Conversation With Dr. Mory Togba in Kindia, Guinea
  161. Burundi: Chaos Grows As President Defies Advice
  162. Uganda: Debts Killing Museveni's Govt
  163. Uganda: The Best Place to Die
  164. Kenya: Is Kenya At War With Al-Shabaab?
  165. Sudan: Women-Operated Bakeries Launched in North Darfur Camps
  166. South Africa: Names of Xenophobia Victims Released
  167. South Africa: Many Gruesome Online Pics Unrelated to Current Xenophobic Violence
  168. South Africa: Migrants Targeted in Massive Police Raid
  169. Zimbabwe: Gov't Seeks to Water Crops With Irrigation Investment
  170. South Africa: Preventing Violence Against Women - All Talk and No Action
  171. South Africa: Zuma - We Can't Expect The Angels to Watch Our Borders
  172. Southern Africa: Leaders Push for Emergency Summit Over Xenophobic Attacks
  173. Bursar steals $80 000
  174. ‘Inexperienced drivers a danger to commuters’
  175. ‘Maize imports to double’
  176. Zifa lift Sunday’s ban
  177. Xenophobia victims named
  178. Hifa roars to life in style
  179. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Afrophobia must not detract from Summit
  180. Exhibitors express optimism at ZITF
  181. Leaders arrive for summit
  182. Chinhoyi Battle: The last man standing
  183. Murder Of Thomas Sankara 28 Years Ago At Center Of Burkina Faso’s Long Wait For Democ
  184. Europe Panics Over The Potential Arrival Of 200,000 African Migrants
  185. Black Residents In Baltimore Aim Anger At Weak “Black Leaders”
  186. South Africa And The Challenge Of African Solidarity
  187. Mugabe To Go This Year – Tsvangirai
  188. 5 Examples Of The US Govt Treating BlackLivesMatter Movement Like A Terrorist Group
  189. State Of Emergency Declared As Baltimore Burns
  190. Ethiopia: What Drives Ethiopian Migrants
  191. North Africa: Arab Youth Have No Trust in Democracy
  192. Ethiopia: May Our Martyrs' Soul Rest in Peace!
  193. Libya: UN Condemns 'Horrific' Week of Human Rights Violations Amid County's Rising Vi
  194. Algeria: 'Made in Algeria' Consumption Campaign - Exploiting Local Potentials, Reduci
  195. Nigeria: Hundreds of Decomposed Bodies Found in Borno
  196. Nigeria: The Buhari Challenge - Making Nigerian Democracy Work
  197. Togo: President Takes Early Lead in Vote Tally
  198. West Africa: Gulf of Guinea - Who Will Win the Oil Battle?
  199. Liberia: UN Resumes Vaccination for Three Million Children
  200. Burundi: Three More Protesters Killed in Burundi Clashes
  201. Kenya: Pastoralists Protest Wanton Destruction of Indigenous Forest
  202. Tanzania: Gov't Cracks Down On 'Sextortion' By Public Officials
  203. Sudan: Bashir Re-Elected With 94 Percent of Vote
  204. Tanzania: Thousands Receive Presidential Mercy
  205. South Africa: Zimbabwe Migrants Face Tough Return
  206. Zambia: Kaunda Turns 91
  207. Mozambique: Nyusi Condemns Xenophobic Attacks
  208. Zimbabwe: Chinese President Backs Mugabe
  209. South Africa: Xenophobia Pushes Diplomats Into Damage Control
  210. Zambia: Zambia Retreats On Controversial Mining Tax
  211. South Africa: 'It's Better That We Go Home Before They Kill Us'
  212. South Africa: SA Today - Now Let's Try Fighting for Real Transformation
  213. Something for everyone at HIFA 2015:. . .Mouth-watering local fare
  214. ‘Pfumbidzayi a flight risk’
  215. South Africans commemorate Freedom Day
  216. Half-A-Million Dollar Bill
  217. Lobels boss, board fall out
  218. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Managers need paradigm shift
  219. Liberation icon Hashim Mbita dies
  220. Sadc and the politics of regional integration
  221. Pasuwa names his Warriors
  222. OPC to launch Client Service Charter
  223. Police ‘Coup’ Prevents Newly-Elected St. Louis Area Mayor From Taking Office
  224. Whites Retaliate?: Monument To Saartjie Baartman Vandalised
  225. Ethiopia Predicts Record $1.5bn Foreign Investment In 2015
  226. Ethiopia Rises, But Challenges Remain
  227. Fighting The Wrong Battle: South African Minister Denied Entry Into Israel
  228. Rightwing Media Cynically Exploits Unrest In Baltimore To Push “Race War” Narrative
  229. Video Surfaces Showing Moments After Milwaukee Police Shot 15-Year-Old Boy In The Bac
  230. Nigeria: Xenophobia - Nigeria Recalls Envoys to South Africa
  231. South Africa: South Africa Winds Up Relief Camp for Foreign Nationals
  232. Egypt: Rights Group Attacks Mursi Trial Verdict
  233. Egypt: Factory Fire Injures Over Twenty
  234. Egypt: FM Meets Permanent Envoys of Eastern European Countries in New York
  235. Tunisia: Military Units Repulse Terrorist Attack On Mount Mghilla in Kasserine
  236. Egypt: Mufti - Muslim Presence in Europe Vital to All Sides
  237. Africa: South Africa and Nigeria Spar Over Xenophobic Violence
  238. Nigeria: Abuja Recalls Top Envoys to South Africa
  239. Togo: Ruling Party Confident of Poll Victory
  240. Sierra Leone: Down to Zero - Recovering From Ebola in Sierra Leone
  241. Nigeria: South Africa Jabs Nigeria's Jonathan
  242. Burundi: Riot Police Clash With Protesters
  243. Sudan: Soldiers Clash With Rebels in Darfur
  244. Burundi: Nkurunziza's Nomination Trigger Deadly Protests
  245. Burundi: U.S. Opposes Ruling Party Nomination of Nkurunziza
  246. Sudan: Peacekeepers Shoot Back in Darfur
  247. Zimbabwe: Mugabe to Go This Year - Tsvangirai
  248. South Africa: We Don't Blame Nigeria for Boko Haram, Says Pretoria
  249. Southern Africa: SADC Summit On April 29
  250. Zimbabwe: Intruders Caught At Mujuru Farm