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  1. Africa: South Africa's Envoy Explains...
  2. Prisoners, those in hospitals to vote
  3. Banks tighten lending terms
  4. Xenophobic thugs: ‘We’ll burn you alive’
  5. Miss World Zim crowned
  6. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Lay-offs not always the best option
  7. CAPS Utd fluff chances
  8. Bosso edge Dongo Sawmill
  9. Sadc Council of Ministers meets
  10. Zimra exceeds Q1 revenue collection target
  11. Big Nuz finally agrees to come
  12. North Africa: Smuggling Gangs Treat African Migrants More Harshly
  13. North Africa: Hundreds of Migrants Rescued Off Libyan Coast
  14. Egypt: Sisi Extends State of Emergency in North Sinai
  15. Egypt: Phosphate Sinking Site Cleared - Minister
  16. Egypt: Tight Security Measures in North Sinai On Liberation Day - State Agency
  17. Togo: Polls Open in Togo's Presidential Vote
  18. Nigeria: Explosion Hits Jos
  19. Togo: Togo Votes As President Gnassingbe Seeks Third Term
  20. Togo: UN Calls for Election Transparency
  21. Nigeria: Explosion Hits Jos Barracks
  22. Burundi: Nkurunziza Nominated for Third Term
  23. Ethiopia: Swelling Ethiopian Migration Casts Doubt On Its Economic Miracle
  24. Kenya: Two Teachers Abducted a Day After Area Chief Was Killed
  25. Somalia: Former Legislator Shot Dead
  26. Sudan: Sudan - "Your Silence Is a Shame to Humanity."
  27. Namibia: Govt Avails Funds to Fight Drought
  28. South Africa: South Africa's New Scapegoats
  29. Ethiopia: Ethiophobia, Afrophobia - a Shame
  30. Swaziland: Democrats Defy Police Over May Day
  31. South Africa: SA Seen As Heaven By Migrants
  32. Nigeria: TB Joshua Likens Xenophobia in S'africa to Nigeria's Boko Haram
  33. Angola: Angola Backs Dialogue With Youth in Combat Violent Extremism
  34. Malawi: Ntcheu Councilors At Loggerheads With Their Secretariat Over Afforestation Pr
  35. Shocking Video Shows Teen’s Horrifying 3-Year Incarceration At Rikers Island
  36. Libya: Migrant Smugglers Profit From Libya's Chaos
  37. North Africa: Does the Tragedy in the Mediterranean Illustrate a New British Africa P
  38. North Africa: The End of Fortress Europa?
  39. North Africa: Amnesty International - 'We Need a Fully Fledged Humanitarian Search an
  40. Libya: Libyan Journalist Shot Dead in Benghazi TV Office
  41. Togo: Opposition Issues Warning Ahead of Togo Polls
  42. South Africa: Tension Brews Between Nigeria, South Africa
  43. Guinea: Protester Killed at Guinea Rally
  44. Mali: Farmers Count On National Fund to Expand Climate Insurance
  45. Central Africa: Prosecutor to Call Eleven Witnesses in Bemba's Second Trial
  46. Burundi: Refugees Flee Burundi for Rwanda As Tensions Mount
  47. Kenya: Anti-Corruption Officials Suspended
  48. Sudan: Gov't Changes Law That Left Rape Victims Punished for Adultery
  49. Sudan: The Chaos in Darfur
  50. Kenya: Is Govt's Security Policy the Real Enemy Within?
  51. Malawi: South African Shops Boycotted
  52. South Africa: Zuma Explains Xenophobia
  53. Swaziland: Armed Chief Justice Holed Up in Home
  54. South Africa: Achille Mbembe on Xenophobia; A Letter to Jacob Zuma
  55. Zimbabwe: What Future for Zimbabwe Opposition?
  56. South Africa: South Africans Denounce Xenophobia in Massive March
  57. Malawi: Black Friday Demos Hit By Low Patronage
  58. South African shops in Malawi shut in xenophobia boycott
  59. ‘Keep Bandung flame burning’
  60. Slash prices further: RBZ
  61. Govt tightens retrenchment regulations
  62. A decade of banishment
  63. Mnangagwa warns against corruption
  64. Fabulous affair
  65. Murder most foul
  66. Disney teen’s favourite
  67. Xenophobia: Last six buses arrive
  68. Nigerian Military Kills Top Boko Haram Commander
  69. Nigerian Govt May Take Zulu King To International Criminal Court
  70. Freddie Gray’s Brutal Death: How Did Baltimore Cops Break His Spine?
  71. Protesters Clash With Baltimore Police Over Death Of Freddie Gray
  72. Top 10 Best Cities For Black-Owned Businesses — Most Are In The South!
  73. The End Of Fortress Europe?
  74. The Drug War: The Primary Reason Why 1.5 Million Black Men In America Are Missing
  75. South Africa: AGOA Extension Bill Overcomes Poultry Dispute to Reach Congress
  76. Zim/Indonesia sign Joint Commission MoU
  77. Asia-Africa Summit ends on high note
  78. Kasukuwere warns party cadres
  79. EU ducks Zim’s US$50bn claim
  80. President in high-level talks
  81. Fresh voters’ roll to cost over $50m
  82. Africa: Migrants in Libya Say Face Beatings, Rape Awaiting Mediterranean Crossing
  83. Egypt: Sudanese Court Preliminarily Sentences Egyptian Fishermen for Breaching Waters
  84. Egypt: Egypt Resents Intrusion Into Verdicts of the Egyptian Judiciary
  85. Algeria: Global Oil Market - Mexico Highlights Importance of Algerian Initiative
  86. Tunisia: Military Operation in Jebel Salloum - Three Servicemen Wounded and Deaths Am
  87. Nigeria: Govt Summons South Africa's High Commissioner
  88. Nigeria: I've Stepped On Toes, but Won't Flee Nigeria - Diezani
  89. West Africa: Three Major Canal Schemes Criticised Over Use of Science
  90. Nigeria: What Chance a Nuclear Future in Nigeria?
  91. Central Africa: UN - Escalation of Violence Is Holding Back Development
  92. Rwanda: Ex-Minister Pleads Innocence As Trial Closes
  93. Kenya: Environmental Activist Wins Major Prize
  94. Burundi: How Fragile Is Burundi's Peace?
  95. Kenya: U.S. Freezes Assets of Two Shabaab Leaders
  96. Somalia: Suspected Al Shabaab Gunmen Kidnap Kenyan Government Official
  97. South Africa: Thousands March Against Attacks On Migrants
  98. South Africa: Kaizer Chiefs Wins PSL Championship
  99. Africa: Clôture du sommet des Chefs d'Etat d'Asie et d'Afrique en Indonésie
  100. South Africa: First Mandela Washington Fellowship Conference Reunites Fellows in Accr
  101. South Africa: Court - Order to Suspend Hlaudi Motsoeneng Must Be Upheld
  102. South Africa: Malawian Victims of Xenophobic Violence - Back Home, Sad and Frightened
  103. Explosive rebellion
  104. Yaya on way out of City?
  105. Tobacco farmers earn $130 million
  106. Air Force jet crashes in Gweru
  107. Bulawayo hosts Gospel Live Concert
  108. Time to crown the queen
  109. Chihuri urges cops to maintain discipline
  110. Mayweather unrepentant
  111. Wanted: Technical partner, strategic thinkers
  112. Safe use of electricity in the home
  113. South Africa: Arm Yourself, Learn Tstotsi and Dance Pantsula
  114. Ethiopia: Govt-Organised Rally Against IS Killing Ends in Chaos
  115. Libya: Spanish Embassy Bombed
  116. Egypt: Prison Sentence for Mohamed Morsi Comes After Sham Trial
  117. Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Calls Mursi Verdict Biased
  118. Africa: In One Terrible Weekend, Isil Beheads Christians and Hundreds Drown in a 'Mas
  119. Ghana: Ghana Fights Piracy in the Textile Industry
  120. Liberia: University Places 10,000 Students On Probation
  121. Nigeria: Nigeria's 2015 Elections - Prologue to the Past?
  122. Nigeria: State Elections Are Just as Important as National Vote
  123. Cameroon: At Least 23 Killed in Nigerian Communal Clashes
  124. Africa: World's Most Censored Country - Eritrea
  125. Rwanda: Swamp That Consumed the Dead Becomes Genocide Memorial
  126. Kenya: Garissa Top Cops Sent Packing
  127. Kenya: Kenyatta Readies for Major Cabinet Reshuffle
  128. Swaziland: Justice Minister, Judges Face Charges in Court
  129. Malawi: Hunger Looms As Experts Project Low Yields
  130. Southern Africa: Reflections On Personal Vulnerability in Debates On the Migration-De
  131. Swaziland: Swazi Minister of Justice Arrested
  132. Swaziland: New Justice Minister's Contempt
  133. South Africa: Soccer World Mourns Death of Shoes Moshoeu
  134. South Africa: Govt Must Protect All, Says Civil Society
  135. South Africa: I Am Against Xenophobia. We Are One Humanity
  136. Tetrad creditors want Militala fired
  137. Editorial Comment: Looking East will unlock opportunities
  138. Are the chickens finnaly coming home to roost?
  139. Zim ready to host Sadc Summit
  140. ‘We carry the majority’
  141. China, Belarus send Uhuru congratulatory messages
  142. IMF commends Govt progress
  143. Sibanda still in charge
  144. Women football leader labelled Gamatox
  145. Bush-Clinton mafia dynasties merry-go-round
  146. Judge Acquits Chicago Police Officer Who Killed Rekia Boyd
  147. Africa’s Technological Advancement Is Gaining Momentum
  148. African Asylum Seekers Murdered By ISIS Were Forced Out Of Israel By Netanyahu Govt
  149. We Are Empowered Black Women! We Will Not Whiten Ourselves Anymore
  150. Justice Department Probes Baltimore Police-Custody Death
  151. The Trouble With South Africa Will Not Be Traced To Spaza Shops, But To The JSE Floor
  152. Black-White Sex Acts – The Gantt Report
  153. Egypt: Former President Mursi Sentenced to 20 Years
  154. Egypt: Press Syndicate to Appeal Mursi's Acquittal of Killing Protesters Outside Pres
  155. Algeria: Bill On Scientific Research Designed to Boost Research System
  156. Algeria: Algeria, Rwanda Linked By 'Good' Relationships, Kagame Stresses
  157. Egypt: Egypt Targets U.S.$26 Billion in Tourism Revenues By 2020
  158. West Africa: Buhari Lobbies Ecowas to Back Agric Minister, Adesina, for ADB President
  159. Nigeria: Jonathan Fires Police Chief Abba
  160. Burkina Faso: Popular Revolution Fraying At the Edges
  161. Guinea: Anti-Govt Protesters and Police Clash
  162. Sierra Leone: No to Trading Sex for Good School Grades
  163. Somalia: Deadly Explosion Hits Mogadishu Restaurant
  164. Sudan: Opposition Forces Will Not Recognise Election Results
  165. Rwanda: Dear South Africans, Killing Immigrants Does Not Create Jobs
  166. Sudan: Observers Say Election Does Not Reflect 'Will of the People'
  167. Kenya: Healthy Profit for Women Selling Aloe to UK Cosmetics Firm
  168. South Africa: Army Deployed to Curb Xenophobic Attacks
  169. South Africa: Will the ANC Gov't Ever Prosecute South Africans Serving in the Israeli
  170. Africa: Leave or Die - Choice Facing Immigrants to South Africa
  171. South Africa: Photographer James Oatway Defends Pictures of Murdered Mozambican Emman
  172. South Africa: Zulu King Denies Sparking Xenophobic Attacks
  173. South Africa: Zimbabweans Leave South Africa After Xenophobic Attacks
  174. South Africa: Eskom's Sere Wind Farm Is Up and Running
  175. Editorial Comment: Let’s prepare for a smoking-free era
  176. Zim in World’s Next Top Model pageant
  177. ZIFA’S winter madness
  178. Chikumba appeals
  179. DeMbare cry foul over replay
  180. MDC-T members jostle for Parly seats
  181. Xenophobia: No word from Big Brother(s)?
  182. Traditional artistes urged to formalise trade
  183. Pfumbidzayi applies for bail pending appeal
  184. Junior tennis tourney begins
  185. Nigeria In $20bn Nuclear Power Talks With Russia
  186. 1.5 Million Black Men Are Missing
  187. How Nigeria Spent $61 Billion To Free South Africa
  188. South Africa’s Afrophobia A Legacy Of White Monopoly Capitalism
  189. The Doublespeak Reassurances Of The Zulu King Hasn’t Eased Anti-African Attacks
  190. Man Dies After Baltimore Cops Break His Back And Sever His Spine During Arrest
  191. West Memphis NAACP Wants Black Families To Arm Themselves
  192. Ethiopia: Days of National Mourning for Citizens Killed by IS, Xenophobia
  193. Ethiopia: Shock, Anger in Ethiopia Over IS Killings
  194. Libya: UN Official Condemns Outbreak of Violence in Capital Amid Ongoing Political Ta
  195. North Africa: Foreign Fighter Recruits - Why the U.S. Fares Better Than Others
  196. Algeria: Western Sahara - Messahel Reiterates Algeria's Position
  197. West Africa: Ruling May Dent 'Monster Boat' Trawling in Regional Waters
  198. Nigeria: Govt Starts Evacuation of Citizens from South Africa
  199. South Africa: South Africa, Dear South Africa
  200. Nigeria: Story of Abia Governorship Election
  201. Nigeria: NFF Suspends Keshi's Contract Signing
  202. Uganda: How to Be a Good Victim of Sexual Abuse
  203. Somalia: UN Staff Killed in Car Bombing
  204. Uganda: Women Strip in Ongoing Land Dispute
  205. South Africa: Xenophobia - Have We Learnt Nothing From the 2008 Attacks?
  206. South Africa: Police Arrest Hundreds Over Xenophobic Violence
  207. South Africa: Love and Marriage in the Midst of Hateful Xenophobia
  208. Botswana: Khama Appeals With Democrats to Reverse Tide
  209. South Africa: Fishers' Champion Kenneth Blaauw Dies
  210. Brutal purge at zifa
  211. Vincent, De Jonge make the cut
  212. Pasuwa disappointed once again
  213. A shadowy plot that stinks
  214. President meets MPLA delegation
  215. Dube wins $3m salary case
  216. Govt, World Bank in $6,5m industry project
  217. President leaves for Indonesia
  218. Xenophobia: First batch arrives
  219. ‘President’s statement on bonuses final’
  220. Turning Ethiopia’s Desert Green
  221. The Continuing Depopulation Of Detroit
  222. How Foreigners Liberated South Africa
  223. North Africa: Hundreds of Migrants Feared Dead As Boat Capsizes
  224. Ethiopia: Massacre of Ethiopian Christians Claimed
  225. Egypt: Court Sentences 11 to Death Over Stadium Violence
  226. Ethiopia: Video Purportedly Shows Executions of Christians in Libya
  227. Africa: Esperance Slip, Mazembe Survive Bamako Test
  228. Nigeria: Pesticide the Likely Cause of Nigeria 'Mystery Disease'
  229. Nigeria: Troops Invade Forest in Search of Chibok Girls
  230. Nigeria: Mysterious Disease Kills Patients Within 24 in Nigeria
  231. Nigeria: Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa
  232. Sudan: Counting of Ballots Starts in Sudan
  233. Africa: Resist Terrorists Bid to Divide Us - Uhuru
  234. Swaziland: Controversial Chief Justice Now Faces Arrest
  235. South Africa: 300 Arrested for Xenophobic Violence - Govt
  236. Zimbabwe: Govt U-Turns on Civil Servants Bonuses
  237. Namibia: Pohamba Retires From Active Politics
  238. South Africa: Uneasy Calm in Johannesburg After Anti-Immigrant Riots
  239. South Africa: Zuma Calls On Foreigners to Stay Despite Xenophobic Violence
  240. Zambia: Influx of Sex Workers Worrying
  241. Editorial Comment: Chiefs must lead by example
  242. ‘We are running late’
  243. TelOne sets aside $10m for Metro Wifi
  244. Miss Zimbabwe unveils models
  245. Music galore to mark Uhuru
  246. Hwange life extension to raise power output
  247. 400 repatriated from S. Africa
  248. Zimbabwe’s pride
  249. South Africa reaches boiling point
  250. Musicians pray for xenophobia victims