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  1. Mujuru summoned to High Court
  2. Wrangle over Chimbetu estate•••Allan accused of seizing Briam’s houses
  3. Unisa honours Edison Sithole
  4. President Mugabe back home
  5. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time to look beyond mere literacy
  6. UCT students want Rhodes statue removed
  7. Chigumba in court for fraud
  8. ‘World Cup ban will be lifted’
  9. Ethiopia’s Largest Hydro Plant To Produce Electricity In 2015
  10. If Jews Don’t Forget Why Should We?: South Africa Betray Victims By Releasing Aparthe
  11. China Is Getting Ready For Troop Surge Into Africa
  12. Virginia Gov. Calls For Investigation Into Student’s Arrest
  13. Common, Pharrell, And ‘The New Black': An Ignorant Mentality That Undermines The Blac
  14. Silicon Savannah: Kenya’s Digital Evolution
  15. America Bids For Civil Unrest In Zimbabwe
  16. Ghana: Negawatt Weekend Sparked Innovative Ideas to Tackle Accra's Energy Efficiency
  17. Sierra Leone: Ebola - a Team That Keeps the Hope (and the Connectivity) Alive
  18. Africa: Outsourcing Asylum
  19. Egypt: Ministry Dissolves 99 NGOs for Brotherhood Ties
  20. Egypt: Egypt, Jordan Discuss Trilateral Projects in Petrol and Natural Gas With Iraq
  21. Egypt: Egypt's Premier League to Return On March 30 Without Spectators - Cabinet
  22. Algeria: EU Welcomes Efforts of Algeria to Resolve Libyan Crisis
  23. Sierra Leone: President Koroma Fires Vice President
  24. Africa: What Does Boko Haram-Isis Alliance Mean for Terrorism?
  25. Nigeria: Military Found No Sign of Chibok Girls in Recaptured Territories - Army
  26. Nigeria: Switzerland Returns U.S.$380 Million Abacha Loot
  27. Sierra Leone: Sparks Fly As Vice President Is Expelled From Ruling Party
  28. Uganda: Shop-Based Malaria Kit Boosts Testing for Disease
  29. Tanzania: Drop By Drop, Farmers Learn to Cope With Drought
  30. Ethiopia: UN Agency Begins Relocation of 50,000 Flood-Affected Refugees in Ethiopia
  31. Somalia: Reject 'Indirect Elections', Somalis Should Settle Only for the Real Thing
  32. Mauritius: Investor-State Arbitration - Govt Hosts Signing of UN Convention on Transp
  33. Africa: New Development Goals 'Unprecedented' Opportunity for Families
  34. Malawi: President Cautioned on Ruling and Opposition Party Coalition
  35. South Africa: Spy Claims Could Lead to Suspension - Public Protector
  36. South Africa: Motion of No Confidence Against President Fails
  37. Angola: Magnificent and Beggar Land - Angola Since the Civil War
  38. South Africa: Consumer Activist Forced to Move Website Offshore
  39. Zimbabwe: MDC Applauds the Recalling of Renegade MPs
  40. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Defends Mugabe On Bona
  41. President files response to Mutasa, Mliswa
  42. Herald Senior Assistant Editor suspended
  43. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Sharing of ICT resources long overdue
  44. We’re good neighbours: Mphoko
  45. Uebert Angel’s accomplice found guilty, fined
  46. Indaba raises stink
  47. Education and African inferiority
  48. Broadcasting revolution underway
  49. Roy and Royce on comeback trail
  50. Dairibord upbeat about growth
  51. Eritrea – Crying Wolf While Destabilizing The Horn Of Africa
  52. Nigeria Has Pushed Boko Haram Out Of All But 3 Areas
  53. Half Of Ferguson’s Young Black Men Are Missing – Must Read
  54. Africa, The World’s Fastest-Growing Region For The Ultra-Rich
  55. How Black-Owned Businesses Help Reduce Youth Violence
  56. French Police On Trial For Death Of African Teens After Ten Years
  57. Dangote May List Africa’s Largest Oil Refinery Being Built In Nigeria
  58. Egypt: More Muslim Brotherhood Members Sentenced to Death
  59. Africa: 'China's Arms Trade With Africa At Times Questionable'
  60. Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Coordinated With Zamalek Ultras Group Deadly Stadium Violen
  61. Egypt: Egypt Signs Gas Import Deal With Russia'a Gazprom - Petroleum Ministry
  62. Morocco: New WSRW Report Reveals Importers of Western Sahara Phosphate in 2014
  63. Nigeria: Why Child Bride Must Die for Culpable Homicide - Prosecutor
  64. Nigeria: Three Suicide Bombers Die in Failed Mission
  65. Nigeria: Boko Haram Flushed from Bama - Army
  66. Ghana: Rawlings Wants Businessman Woyome Behind Bars
  67. West Africa: Report Shows 'Terrifying' Impact of Ebola On 9 Million Children
  68. Africa: AU Dismisses Leaked Report On South Sudan
  69. Burundi: Opposition Figure Says Wife Victim of Assassination Attempt
  70. Kenya: Missing Politician 'Jumped From Car Boot'
  71. Kenya: My Life Is in Danger - Mandera Governor Roba
  72. Zimbabwe: Opposition MPs Lose Seats
  73. South Africa: The Fight for the Right to Food
  74. Zambia: Lungu Orders Probe in Fuel Crisis
  75. Mozambique: Renamo Submits Its Autonomy Bill
  76. Zimbabwe: Itai Dzamara Abduction - Can Tsvangirai Do More?
  77. Angola: Govt Profits From Beer and Blames the Oil Prices
  78. South Africa: South Africa Sets Aside Billions to Revitalise Mining Towns
  79. South Africa: 'What Must I Do Now, Throw Away My Child?' - Thokoza Hostel Resident
  80. Zimpapers contests defamation law
  81. Parliament expels 21 MDC-T MPs
  82. Uneasy lies Misihairabwi’s head
  83. We acted without instruction: AG
  84. Zanu-PF eyes vacant seats
  85. Valinhos creates minefield
  86. State seeks to end telecoms infrastructure dispute
  87. The Messenger returns
  88. Zifa engage Valinhos
  89. Behold, barbarians by the gate!
  90. South African Students Want Statue Of Genocidal Maniac Cecil Rhodes Removed
  91. West Causing Many Of Africa’s Troubles – Mugabe
  92. From ‘Made In China’ To ‘Made In Africa’?
  93. Africa’s Importation Of Heavy Weaponry Grew By 45% Over The Last 10 Years
  94. Hypocritical U.S. And Its Five Colonies
  95. 10 Problems Black People Have To Deal With That White People Don’t
  96. Africa’s Most Dynamic Cities
  97. Nigeria: Violence, Death and Injustice - a Beginner's Guide to Human Rights in Nigeri
  98. Libya: Libya 'Cannot Wait', UN Envoy Says as Talks Pause
  99. Egypt: Suez Development Project Will Multiply Canal Revenues - Mamish
  100. Ethiopia: Ethiopian Cement Gets Egyptian Help
  101. Eritrea: Cyclist Wins International Tour of Blida
  102. Algeria: Team Rwanda Rider Second in Stage 3 of Blida Tour
  103. Burkina Faso: Probe Into Compaoré's Regime Crimes Underway
  104. Nigeria: University Unveils 'Environmentally Friendly' Car
  105. West Africa: Regional Military Cooperation Must Improve to Defeat Boko Haram
  106. Nigeria: Govt Denies Mercenaries are Fighting Boko Haram
  107. Nigeria: Election Win Predicted for Buhari
  108. Eritrea: UN-Mandated Inquiry Finds 'Very Clear Patterns' of Human Rights Abuses
  109. Burundi: President Unpopular but Could Hang On in May Polls
  110. Somalia: Kenyan Fighter Jets Hit Al Shabaab Base
  111. East Africa: Tanzania to Meet Kenya Over Travel Row
  112. Kenya: Mandera Governor, MPs Demand County Commissioner Be Replaced
  113. Lesotho: PM Mosisili Steps Onto Lesotho's Merry-Go-Round
  114. Zimbabwe: The Darkest Hour Is Not Before Dawn
  115. Angola: The 2013 Budget Trickery and the Looting in the TB Sanatorium
  116. Zambia: Lungu Declared Fit
  117. Zimbabwe: Incubator Crisis Threatens Health Sector
  118. South Africa: Chabane's Protectors to Receive Official Funerals
  119. South Africa: Eastern Cape At Centre of Human Rights Month Programme
  120. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Boundary disputes affect production
  121. ‘We have become a joke’…Legends cry for a game on its deathbed
  122. Feb inflation points to dying economy
  123. D-Day for MDC-T, Renewal MPs
  124. Unrepentant thief apes more ministers
  125. Street theatre craze hits ghetto
  126. Wreath-laying ceremony held for Chabane
  127. Fools Day hearing for Mutasa
  128. Washaya gets NMBZ top post
  129. Putin laughs off death rumours
  130. The Awe-Inspiring Cave Churches Of Ethiopia
  131. We Will Never Kneel To The West – Robert Mugabe
  132. Pioneer Move By Kenya Makes e-Government A Reality For African States
  133. Analysts Hail Zimbabwe’s Nationalization Of Diamond Production
  134. Nigerian University Unveils ‘Environmentally Friendly’ Car
  135. Ferguson Police Charge Man For Shooting Officers
  136. Democracy Or Hypocrisy: Why We Dare To Call It Genocide
  137. Egypt: Govt Signs Mega Energy Deal with BP
  138. Libya: Rights Group Finds New Evidence of Banned Cluster Bomb Use
  139. Egypt: Kerry Expects Aid to Egypt to Be Delivered 'Soon'
  140. Egypt: 41 Judges Sent to Retirement for 'Unlawfully Engaging in Politics' in Support
  141. Algeria: Peace Agreement in Mali - Malian President Expresses Gratitude to Algeria
  142. Sierra Leone: Vice President Asks U.S for Asylum
  143. Nigeria: Twin Explosions Rock Displaced Persons Camp
  144. Nigeria: Resist Further Election Postponement, Buhari Urges Nigerian Youths
  145. Liberia: Gedeh, River Gee Agree to GPS to Resolve Border Dispute
  146. Sierra Leone: No Multiplication in Sierra Leone's Classrooms, As Pregnant Girls Barre
  147. Kenya: President Kenyatta a Free Man As ICC Ends Case
  148. Kenya: Over Two Million Kenyan Households On Digital TV Platform
  149. Sudan: New Displacements in Rebel-Controlled Areas
  150. Kenya: All in All, It Has Been a Good Week for Transparency in Government
  151. Kenya: ODM Accuses CS Nkaissery of Plotting to Rig Kajiado Central Mini-Poll
  152. South Africa: Minister Dies in Car Crash
  153. Zimbabwe: Acting Mnangagwa Has Presidency Sealed?
  154. Zimbabwe: More Inmates Die From Gunshot Wounds
  155. Malawi: Cholera Cases Increase
  156. South Africa: Minister's Death 'Leaves Void in ANC, Govt'
  157. Zimbabwe: Manufacturing Sector Pins Hope On Reforms
  158. Zimbabwe: 'Rich Men Fuel Spread of HIV'
  159. Mozambique: Journalists Held Captive By Rhino Poachers
  160. SA minister dies in car crash
  161. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Irrigation development should top agenda
  162. DeMbare silence CAPS
  163. ZSE now a private company
  164. 2 soldiers up for theft
  165. Analysts hail proposed diamond merger
  166. Macheso, Madzibaba relive memories
  167. Mega deals pick pace
  168. 14 killed in Pakistan church bombings
  169. Mphoko orders top spy out of farm
  170. Going Global: How This Nigerian Game Developer Built His Enterprise
  171. When The CIA Tried To Recruit The Wrong Black Psychologist
  172. Why Are African Countries Buying All These High-Tech Jet Fighters?
  173. Egypt: Four Injured in Blast Outside Alexandria Bank
  174. Egypt: EU Slams Terrorism in North Sinai
  175. Egypt: Sisi Reviews Plans to Secure EEDC With Army, Police Leaders
  176. Egypt: Sisi - State, Citizens' Security Top Priority
  177. Morocco: HM the King Calls for Multidimensional Partnership to Achieve Greater Develo
  178. Nigeria: Army Discovers Bomb Factory
  179. Sierra Leone: U.S. Aid Worker Contracts Ebola
  180. Nigeria: 3 Feared Dead As Fire Razes Mile 12 Market in Lagos
  181. Nigeria: Troops Discover Bomb Making Factory in Yobe
  182. Nigeria: Fresh Benue Attack Claims Two Cops
  183. Kenya: Militants Attack Governor's Convoy
  184. Sudan: Rebels Kill Scores in South Kordofan
  185. Kenya: MP Hints Negotiations With Al-Shabaab to Stop Attacks
  186. South Africa: Doctors Perform World's First Successful Sexual Organ Transplant
  187. Angola: Nation Mourns Dozens Killed by Floods
  188. Zimbabwe: Inmates Riot Against Poor Prison Conditions
  189. Zambia: President Lungu Undergoes Surgery
  190. Zimbabwe: 900 Chikurubi Inmates Run Riot
  191. Angola: Territory Minister Transmits President's Condolences to Rain Victims' Familie
  192. Angola: Floods Kill At Least 64, Toll Expected to Rise
  193. Zimbabwe: 'Abolish Zifa, Start Afresh'
  194. MSU students spread HIV — NAC
  195. Dangote Still The Richest Man In Africa
  196. NYPD Caught Red-Handed Editing Wikipedia Entries About Eric Garner And Other Victims
  197. New Unemployment Numbers Encouraging…Unless You’re Black
  198. South African Students Absolutely Love Julius Malema
  199. Pimp Preacher Creflo Dollar Ask Starving Congregation For 65 Million For Private Jet
  200. South African Surgeons Performs World’s First Successful Penis Transplant
  201. Three Countries Renew Push For EAC Political Federation By 2016
  202. Egypt: Mubarak-Era Interior Minister's Trial Re-Opens
  203. Egypt: Egypt to Inaugurate Anticipated Economic Conference Today
  204. Morocco: Morocco's Global Network Continues to Grow
  205. North Africa: Arab Interior Ministers Stress Need to Criminalize Membership of Terror
  206. Nigeria: Egypt Defeats Nigeria to Win U - 21 ITTF World Tour Title
  207. Liberia: No New Ebola Case in 18 Days
  208. Nigeria: Saraki Denies Involvement in Jonathan Love Triangle Documentary
  209. West Africa: Huge Step Forward in Tackling Piracy in Gulf of Guinea
  210. Nigeria: Islamic State Accepts Boko Haram Allegiance
  211. West Africa: Ebola Could Cost Region U.S.$15 Billion Over Three Years
  212. Kenya: Mandera Governor's Convoy Attacked
  213. Kenya: Massive Aquifer Discovered in Mandera
  214. Somalia: Top Al-Shabaab Figure Killed in U.S. Drone Strike
  215. Burundi: Climate of Fear in Election Year
  216. Somalia: U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Crimes Against Humanity Decision Against Somali W
  217. Zimbabwe: Govt Nationalizes Diamond Mining
  218. Africa: Disconnecting the Minerals-Energy-Climate Dots
  219. Angola: Floods Claim 48 People in Lobito
  220. Zambia: Fuel Blues Continue in Lusaka
  221. Malawi: Malawi Kwacha Gains Value Against Major Foreign Currencies
  222. South Africa: Paralympian Pistorius's Appeal Struck Off Roll
  223. South Africa: Is SA Ready to Be a Knowledge Economy?
  224. Mozambique: President Warns Against Unconstitutional Changes
  225. Mahofa, Mzembi clash
  226. China’s long history in Africa
  227. Editorial Comment: Dube’s two options: Resign or be fired
  228. ‘Remove death penalty totally’
  229. EU funds constitutional realignment process
  230. 900 Chikurubi inmates run riot
  231. ‘Abolish Zifa, start afresh’
  232. Breakfast with Africa’s richest man. . . the little-known $15 billion empire of Aliko
  233. Thanks but Mr ‘Cuthbad’
  234. Musabayana sees Hwedza North bloom
  235. Egypt Ready To Re-Engage With Africa To Protect Its Interests
  236. Ferguson Shooting: It Could Be Time For Washington To Intervene Directly
  237. 36 Towns Recaptured From Boko Haram
  238. Stop Blaming White Racism On Black Rappers
  239. Africa Needs Collective Approach To China
  240. Zimbabwe: Government Nationalizes Diamond Mining
  241. How The FBI Helped Police Track #BlackLivesMatter Protesters
  242. Tunisia: Reforms Require Significant Resources, Even Sacrifices, Says Essid
  243. Libya: Algiers Meeting, Prelude to Achieve National Reconciliation in Libya
  244. Libya: Participants Committed to Support Political Process, Fight Against Terrorism
  245. Egypt: Egypt's Trade Deficit Rises to 21.88 Bln Pounds in Dec 2014
  246. Egypt: Petroleum Ministry Pumps 43 Thousand Tonnes of Diesel Oil to Over Come Fuel Sh
  247. Mali: Slow Progress in Restaurant Attack Inquiry
  248. Cote d'Ivoire: Selective Justice Fears Revived
  249. Ghana: Debt Balloons, Angering Critics
  250. Nigeria: Nigerian Police Neglects Widows of Cops Slain By Boko Haram - Study