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  1. South Africa: Ban on Foreign Land Ownership 'Only for Farms'
  2. Africa: Will South Africa Speak Truth to Rising Powers Also?
  3. South Africa: Signal Jam in Parliament 'An Error' - State Security
  4. Swaziland: Jailed Journalists Case Goes to UN
  5. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Opposition Wants Mugabe Birthday Bash Cancelled
  6. South Africa: "I'm Just Not Gay, I Am Transgender"
  7. South Africa: De Lille to Meet Siqalo Committee As Rubbish Piles Up
  8. South Africa: School Bullying Video 'Goes Viral'
  9. Criminal defamation valid
  10. Robber fingered in remand prison
  11. Prof Moyo raps sensationalism
  12. Another minister fired from Govt
  13. President appoints AG
  14. President in SA for Sadc Troika meeting
  15. 30 cops leave for Lesotho
  16. Feel it, we have won
  17. Zifa divisions laid bare
  18. Just as well Sean stayed around
  19. Africa’s New Capital In The Jungle
  20. Equatorial Guinea Basking In Oil Glory
  21. Black Mississippi Judge Opens A Can Of Whoopass On White Murderers—And It’s Awesome
  22. How Israel Forcibly Sterilized Ethiopian Jews
  23. How Did America’s Police Forces Get So Scary And Omnipresent?
  24. Remembering Revolutionary Malcolm X 50 Years After His Assassination
  25. Julius Malema Gets An Apology From Degenerate ANC Speaker
  26. Kenya: Issack Hassan Faces EACC Detectives Over Chicken Scam
  27. Kenya: Kenya Among Countries Allegedly Compromised By NSA's Spyware
  28. Egypt: Sisi - It's Time to Correct Nato Mistakes in Libya
  29. Egypt: U.S. Respects Egypt's Right to Self Defence - State Department
  30. Egypt: One Killed in Giza Blast - Civil Protection Administration
  31. Western Sahara: Trial of Saharawi Political Prisoner Adjourned Until February 23rd
  32. Egypt: Putin - Russia Ready to Cooperate With Egypt to Fight Terrorism
  33. Gambia: How to Mark Gambia's 50th Anniversary
  34. Nigeria: Army Claims 300 Boko Haram Fighters Killed
  35. Nigeria: Boko Haram Leader Vows to Disrupt Nigeria Election - New Video
  36. Nigeria: Boko Haram and the Kanuri Factor
  37. Niger: Niger Capital Marches Against Boko Haram
  38. Tanzania: Kidnapping of Child With Albinism Sparks Outrage
  39. Kenya: Cord MPs Mbadi, Wanga and Anami Suspended Over December Security Law Chaos in
  40. Eritrea: Funeral Service of Veteran Fighter Maj. General Ahmed Omar Kakay Conducted
  41. Uganda: Sanctions-Hit Russian Group Wins U.S. $4 Billion Uganda Oil Refinery Deal
  42. Kenya: University of Eldoret Students On the Rampage, Khalwale Seeks Answers On Eject
  43. Mozambique: Opposition Leader Threatens Demonstrations
  44. Zimbabwe: EU Softens Up to Mugabe With Aid Resumption
  45. South Africa: 'Govt Operates At the Pace of a Village Cow'
  46. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Expels Mutasa, Mliswa
  47. South Africa: Statement of the National Chairperson of the ANC
  48. South Africa: He Shone Brightly As a Sestiger
  49. South Africa: Thomas Mokopu Mofolo - a Pioneer of Sesotho Literature
  50. Malawi: High Condom Use in Malawi Flood Camps, People Demand More
  51. Zifa now under probe
  52. Probe Mavhaire: Parly
  53. Harare charms James Blunt
  54. Editorial Comment: Nssa insurance schemes progressive
  55. Meikles fights ZSE suspension
  56. Wilful HIV infection difficult to prove
  57. The infinite enigma of Zim’s inflation fall
  58. Pasuwa drags Dynamos to court
  59. Mukanya album launched
  60. Nkhatha inspired by Chiefs boo boys
  61. The Five Largest: Dangote Has A Thing For Doing It Big
  62. EU Softens Up To Mugabe With Aid Resumption To Zimbabwe
  63. The Assassination Of Malcom X: Fifty Years Later, Still Unanswered Questions
  64. Ethiopia And Djibouti – Towards A Conjoined Destiny
  65. Americans Do Not Want Netanyahu To Speak To Congress, Says Poll
  66. Nigerian Military Kills Over 300 Boko Haram Terrorists
  67. Nigeria: Basketmouth Blasts Nigerian Bloggers
  68. Egypt: Mursi and Top Brotherhood Officials Referred to Military Trial
  69. Egypt: President Asks for UN Mandate Against IS in Libya
  70. Egypt: Govt Deploys Army Nationally 'for Security'
  71. Algeria: 12 Big Dams Under Construction Countrywide
  72. Egypt: Nine Suspected Militants Killed in Air and Ground Raids in Sinai - Military So
  73. Liberia: Poor Turnout On Schools' Reopening
  74. West Africa: Regional Leaders Commit to Ending Ebola Crisis in 60 Days
  75. Nigeria: Thousands Defy Security Threats to Receive Buhari
  76. Nigeria: Why I Tore Up My Ruling Party Card - Obasanjo
  77. Sierra Leone: Freetown's Ebola Detectives - 'There Is Still a Trust Problem'
  78. Sudan: Mass Rapes and the Future of UN Darfur Mission
  79. Kenya: Cholera Outbreak in Homa Bay
  80. Uganda: Politics On Two Wheels - Motorcycle Taxis and Divergent Development Rwanda an
  81. Kenya: Industrialisation CS Not Worried About Eveready and Cadbury Shutdown
  82. Eritrea: Funeral Service of Veteran Fighter Maj. General Ahmed Kakay to Be Held Tomor
  83. South Africa: 'Zuma Broke Parliament'
  84. Malawi: Malawi Bans Child Marriage, Lifts Minimum Age to 18
  85. Africa: Xenophobia in South Africa - Dispelling the Myths, Explaining the Reality
  86. Africa: Rethinking the Role of Mining in South Africa - Nothing Changes Until Somethi
  87. South Africa: #paybackthemoney! Brawl At SA Parliament Opening Highlights Crisis of Z
  88. South Africa: State of the Nation 2015 - Mining and Energy
  89. South Africa: EFF Suspends Mngxitama
  90. South Africa: Post-SONA Blues - Five Notes About Parliament's Security Situation
  91. Harrison braces for challenge
  92. Rodreck Mutuma ditches manager
  93. Zifa mum on LED property
  94. Kingston Nkhatha last man smiling
  95. As the domestic football crisis throws the shadowy Zifa (Pvt) Ltd into the spotlight
  96. New voters roll for by-elections
  97. Senate hail President’s election
  98. Misihairabwi quits MDC
  99. Politburo meets
  100. Teachers unions refrain from Majongwe demo
  101. See You On March 11, Malema Warns Zuma
  102. A Big Salute To Black-Owned Businesses
  103. Russian Firm Wins Contract To Build Uganda’s First Oil Refinery
  104. Angry, Armed And White: The Typical Profile Of America’s Most Violent Extremists
  105. The Black Man Behind Bob Dylan
  106. “African American Family Headed For Extinction”
  107. The Genocide Continues! Brazil’s Military Police Kill 15 Black Men In A Weekend
  108. Egypt: Egypt Launches Revenge Strikes On Libya
  109. Morocco: France to Award Moroccan Spy Chief Legion of Honour Despite Torture Accusati
  110. Africa: African Press Review 16 February 2015
  111. Egypt: France, Egypt Call for New Measures Against IS After Coptic Beheadings Video
  112. Egypt: Egyptian Abductees in Libya Murdered - Video
  113. Nigeria: Buhari Defies Security threats to Campaign in Maiduguri
  114. Liberia: Back to School With Strict Anti-Ebola Hygiene
  115. Nigeria: Obasanjo Plots to Head Interim Govt - Jonathan
  116. South Africa: Pretoria's Secret Role in Boko Haram Battle
  117. Nigeria: Massive Crowd Greets Buhari in Maiduguri
  118. South Sudan: Uprooted Fear the Call to Return Home
  119. Kenya: Four TV Stations Risk Losing Digital Signal Over Switch Off
  120. Kenya: Kenyan Viewers Left Behind After 'Digital Migration'
  121. Uganda: Pregnant Nurse Pins Marie Stopes On Illegal Abortions
  122. Rwanda: Making the Cut - Non-Surgical Circumcision in Rwanda
  123. West Africa: Ebola - Second Group of Health Workers Sent to West Africa
  124. South Africa: Sona 2015 - Key Claims Fact-Checked
  125. South Africa: Do Something, Jacob Zuma!
  126. South Africa: Top of the Vox - EFF Wins #Sona2015
  127. South Africa: Chronicles of Chic - Sona2015 - in the Mood for Anarchy
  128. Zimbabwe: EU Gives U.S $270 Million for Developing Governance Structures
  129. CAPS Utd unveil Mutuma
  130. Another award for Pasuwa
  131. Outrage over Mbete’s cockroach comment
  132. Zim, EU ink $270m deal
  133. The Herald scoops two awards
  134. Telecel war: Judge suspends sale
  135. NGO-gate: Analysts speak
  136. ‘Constitution alignment to deal with corruption’
  137. Envoys meet over Sadc roadmap
  138. ‘No going back on Zim-Asset’
  139. African Investors Launch News Agency
  140. AFRICOM: Africa’s Help Or A Hindrance?
  141. South Africa’s Secret Role In The Fight Against Boko Haram
  142. The Brutal, Jim Crow-Style Lynching That Recently Took A Black Man’s Life In Mississi
  143. Why George Zimmerman Keeps Getting Away With It
  144. Netanyahu Takes A Step Too Far As He Attempts To Isolate President Obama
  145. EU Resumes Direct Aid To Zimbabwe After A Decade Of Sanctions
  146. Nigeria: The Growing Emblem of Shame
  147. Tanzania: TEMCO to Deploy 13,000 Observers
  148. Tanzania: Tour Operators Advised to Register Vehicles in Kenya
  149. Malawi: Malawi to Brace for Tough Times As Britain Is Coy to Resume Aid
  150. Malawi: Cashgate Funded Malawi Election Campaigns - MCP, PP Implicated
  151. Africa: Future Champions Line-Up for Honours in Niger
  152. Nigeria: Female Suicide Bomber Attacks Nigerian Bus Station
  153. Tanzania: Dar in Talks With Kenya to Get Dr Leakey's Artifacts
  154. Kenya: Petrol to Sell At Sh84, Kerosene At Sh58 and Diesel At Sh75 in New ERC Review
  155. Kenya: Fuel Prices Down Significantly in New ERC Review
  156. Ethiopia: Blue Blasts Board for Candidates' Cancellation
  157. Kenya: Former Moyale MP Shot Dead in Syokimau
  158. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Flies Out to Pick Up Wife
  159. Malawi: Mutharika Pleads With World Bank to Resume Budgetary Support
  160. Nigeria: Nigerian Poll Fears Not Banished
  161. Chad: Boko Haram Fighters Launch First Attack Inside Chad
  162. Egypt: U.S. Has No Confirmation On Egyptian Abductees in Libya - State Department
  163. Nigeria: Female Suicide Bomber Attack Bus Station
  164. Egypt: Mursi Appears in First Court Hearing of New Espionage Trial
  165. Egypt: Woman Dies of Bird Flu in Fayoum
  166. Egypt: Egypt Condemns Deadly Copenhagen Shootings
  167. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi Invited to Visit U.A.E
  168. Botswana: Fuel Prices Go Down
  169. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Is a Public Figure, Cde Charamba
  170. Zimbabwe: Exiles Appeal for Regional Solidality
  171. Malawi: Bua River Poses Floods Threat to Santhe People
  172. Zim NGOs abuse over $850 million
  173. SA to bar foreign land ownership
  174. In the shadow of defeat, our heroes still did enough to charm the world
  175. A fool and his money soon part
  176. Delta in $8m PET plant upgrade
  177. The Valentine’s Day gunner unmasked
  178. Mixed bag at NAMA ceremony
  179. ‘Media misled nation on spot fines’
  180. Of ‘spot fines’ and ‘paying on the spot’
  181. FC Platinum victorious
  182. Oprah And Sharpton Attack Black Lives Matter Movement
  183. Racial Attacks, Black-Facing, South African Universities Unchanged
  184. Its Time For Ethiopia And Its Neighbours To Take The Bull By The Horns
  185. WATCH: 26-Year-Old Single Mother Of Four Wins PowerBall
  186. $2 Billion Vanished In Nigeria This Week And Most People Didn’t Notice
  187. After 50 Years Malcolm X Assassination Remains A Mystery
  188. Italy Ready To Invade Libya After ISIS Fighters Seize Libyan City
  189. Zambia: Govt Targets Zero New HIV Infections
  190. Zimbabwe: Gukurahundi - Mugabe Innocent, Says VP Mphoko
  191. Zambia: Chawama, Masaiti Polls Set for April 14
  192. Kenya: Thika Police Disperse Protesters in Brews Raid
  193. Malawi: Malawi is 'Almost Bankrupt'
  194. Kenya: Former Legislator Shot
  195. Kenya: Lobby Against Boreholes in Mombasa
  196. South Sudan: Cabinet Calls Off June General Elections
  197. Sudan: UN Urges Full Probe On Mass Rape Claims
  198. Nigeria: Timaya, Wizkid, Kcee Set for Music Festival
  199. Nigeria: Enyimba Eye Champions League Glory
  200. Nigeria: Army Repels Boko Haram Attack
  201. Sierra Leone: Millions in Ebola Funds Unaccounted for
  202. Egypt: Egypt Mufti Condemns 'Media Silence' After Three Muslims Killed in U.S.
  203. Chad: Former President Habre to Stand Trial
  204. Tunisia: Germany Pledges to Continue to Support Tunisia During Coming Stage - Bundest
  205. Tunisia: Cabinet Meeting Devoted to Governmental Delegation Visit in Tataouine and Me
  206. Egypt: Over a Dozen Militants Killed
  207. Egypt: Swiss Companies, Banks Show Interest in Egypt's Economic Conference
  208. Zambia: Aids Official Nabbed Over Defilement
  209. South Africa Ignores Advisers Over $85 Billion Nuclear Plan
  210. 10 Worst Cops Of The Week
  211. South Africa Push Ahead With Curbs On Foreign Land Ownership
  212. Zimbabwe: Minister Defends Picture Ban, Threatens Media
  213. Zimbabwe/Swaziland: Young Warriors Swaziland Match Cancelled
  214. Angola: All in Place for Luanda Carnival At New Marginal
  215. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Minister Blasts "Greedy" Chinos
  216. Angola: National Assembly Speaker Defends Consultation With Zambian Parliament
  217. Mozambique: UN Mobilizes Support for Flood Victims
  218. Nigeria: Yet Another Cholera Outbreak
  219. Study: Black Girls Are Being Pushed Out Of School
  220. Algeria: Nuclear Testing, Most Despicable Crimes Committed By France in Algeria
  221. The Myth That There Are More Black Men In Prison Than College, Debunked In One Chart
  222. What You Never Knew About Bill Gates
  223. Detroit Man James Robertson Who Walks 42 Miles To Work Gets $350K
  224. The ANC Must Solve Its Zuma Problem
  225. Black-Owned Banks Are In A Fight For Their Survival
  226. Morocco: Report - Transitions to Democracy Require More Than Elections - Jean Abinade
  227. Algeria: Country's Dams 80 Percent Full
  228. Algeria: European Union Committed to International Mediation in Mali Led By Algeria
  229. Egypt: IPI Welcomes Egypt's Release of Al Jazeera Journalists
  230. Tuku launches Hai-Kobo shoe range
  231. Sharuko
  232. It’s our Super Sunday
  233. Chinese New Year
  234. Mix the Word with faith, doubt not
  235. Eight unusual ways to skip Valentine’s Day
  236. Of Valentine losers and dead beat musicians
  237. Editorial Comment: Power generation key to the success of Zim-Asset
  238. US senators seek to lift Cuba embargo
  239. Zim want to make a mark
  240. Nigeria: Govt Moves to Privatise Transport Sector
  241. Nigeria: Borno State, Boko Haram and the Cycle of Human Tragedy
  242. Nigeria: At Least Seven Killed in Borno Market Suicide Blast
  243. Burkina Faso: Unloved but Unyielding - Burkina's Presidential Guard Could Derail Tran
  244. Guinea: Ebola-Hit Guinea Asks for Funds for Creaking Health Sector - TRFN
  245. South Sudan: Why South Sudan's Children Are Fighting Again
  246. Kenya: Senate - Moses Kajwang Wins Homa Bay Seat
  247. Tanzania: Police Say No to Planned Juvicuf Demo
  248. Tanzania: Voter Registration Begins Feb 23
  249. Tanzania: Sugar Hoarding Creates Shortages
  250. Swaziland: Jailed Journalist Remains Defiant