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10/30/2007 [-] Korean cargo ship taken by pirates
10/30/2007 [-] Chad brings charges against aid workers
10/30/2007 [-] Mpuma man wins top taxi award
10/30/2007 [-] Dube murder accused in court
10/30/2007 [-] Robbers waited for teacher
10/30/2007 [-] US navy ship heads to Africa
10/30/2007 [-] Somalia in talks for new PM
10/30/2007 [-] Chad Charges 16 Europeans in Alleged Kidnapping of African Children and conflict
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa rand off highs, bonds gain
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. taps diplomat as No. 2 at military's new Africa Com
10/30/2007 [-] Sex claims hit IBB Africa/i
10/30/2007 [-] Chad charges French citizens over efforts to fly children from Africa
10/30/2007 [-] East Africa South Country Applies to Join EAC
10/30/2007 [-] Africa Microsoft Joins Region's ICT Growth Campaign
10/30/2007 [-] Africa ICT No Longer Luxury for Citizens
10/30/2007 [-] South African Ernie Els
10/30/2007 [-] South Africa SAPS Radio Centre to Speed Up Response
10/30/2007 [-] Charges in Chad child row
10/30/2007 [-] Chad Charges 16 Europeans in Alleged Kidnapping of African Children
10/30/2007 [-] 6 French citizens charged with child kidnapping in Chad
10/30/2007 [-] South Africa Labour Dept to Curb Workplace Accidents
10/30/2007 [-] Cricket South Africa win one-day series in Pakistan
10/30/2007 [-] Land Affairs DG quits
10/30/2007 [-] Water cut over R67m debt
10/30/2007 [-] Teacher stabbed at school
10/30/2007 [-] Dad runs as cops close in
10/30/2007 [-] South Africa Artists Performing at 46664 Concert Named
10/30/2007 [-] Chad charges six French citizens with kidnapping African children
10/30/2007 [-] China Mobile denies plans to acquire stake in South Africa's MTN Corp
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. warship in Somali waters
10/30/2007 [-] Japan, S. Africa mull closer relations over rare metals+
10/30/2007 [-] Student explores Africa and brings home images
10/30/2007 [-] Africa UN and AU Envoys Press Forward With Landmark Darfur Peace Talks
10/30/2007 [-] 6 French charged with kidnapping in Chad
10/30/2007 [-] Ron Pauls inclusive message attracting African American voters
10/30/2007 [-] Drunk fan tries to steal Cup
10/30/2007 [-] 13 000 DRC refugees flee to Uganda
10/30/2007 [-] 'Masetlha had a right to a fair trial'
10/30/2007 [-] 'My little boy is going back home'
10/30/2007 [-] Have you seen this boy?
10/30/2007 [-] McBride legal fees shock
10/30/2007 [-] FW's link to shady Russian in the spotlight
10/30/2007 [-] Tropical Storm Noel claims 11 lives
10/30/2007 [-] Heads of State Converge for Connect Africa Summit
10/30/2007 [-] Presidents Bush, Museveni to Meet at the White House
10/30/2007 [-] Europeans charged with kidnap
10/30/2007 [-] HIV's Path Out Of Africa Haiti, The US Then The World
10/30/2007 [-] Umlungu finds that nothing much has changed
10/30/2007 [-] The Road to a South African Driver’s License
10/30/2007 [-] Shell Executives Forecast New Era in Africa After BP Takeover
10/30/2007 [-] Mediators brace to reboot Darfur peace talks after rebel no-show
10/30/2007 [-] Somali prime minister resigns after power struggle with president
10/30/2007 [-] Israeli Prime Minister Olmert discloses he has 'treatable' prostate cancer
10/30/2007 [-] Israeli attorney general holds up electricity cuts to Gaza
10/30/2007 [-] Suicide bomber on bicycle kills 29 in Iraqi town of Baqouba; kidnapped sheiks freed
10/30/2007 [-] Somalia Premier Quits as Colleagues Cheer
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. destroyer pursues pirates
10/30/2007 [-] Former Nigeria VP Hails Recent Tribunal Decisions
10/30/2007 [-] UA Researcher Traces AIDS Virus From Africa To Haiti To U.S.
10/30/2007 [-] Second Pan-African Forum on Children opens in Cairo
10/30/2007 [-] Uganda Rebels Refute Deputy Leader's Downfall, Blame Kampala for Spreading Falsehoods
10/30/2007 [-] TChad Prison 'likely' in Chad child row
10/30/2007 [-] 95bFM Expert on Africa Explains Zimbabwe's Mugabe
10/30/2007 [-] 'Charges near' in Chad child row
10/30/2007 [-] Oprah in tearful apology to parents of abused Africans
10/30/2007 [-] Kidnapping charges considered
10/30/2007 [-] Oprah apologizes to parents at South African girls' school
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. navy pursuing hijacked ship
10/30/2007 [-] Oprah makes tearful apology to parents of abused African kids
10/30/2007 [-] Hunting for elusive African lion in West Virginia
10/30/2007 [-] East Africa EA Farmers to Access Info Online
10/30/2007 [-] The Jarring Road to a South African Drivers License
10/30/2007 [-] Scranton Hosts Party for `The Office'
10/30/2007 [-] ODI Series Defeat for Pakistan Against South Africa
10/29/2007 [-] The Jarring Road to a South African Driver’s License
10/29/2007 [-] Suicide bomber kills 28 police officers in Iraq
10/29/2007 [-] HIV's Path Out of Africa Haiti, the U.S., then the World
10/29/2007 [-] African nations urged to harmonize telecoms laws
10/29/2007 [-] AFRICOM on New Co-Deputies of U.S. Africa Command
10/29/2007 [-] East Africa Banking Network to Bolster IFC Business Loans Scheme
10/29/2007 [-] U.S. military turns over security responsibility to Iraqis in Karbala
10/29/2007 [-] US administration asking Congress for 400 million for Palestinians consul
10/29/2007 [-] Diplomat assigned to Africa force
10/29/2007 [-] Electricity Company Shifts Generators To Maintain Even Energy Flow In Zimbabwe and finance
10/29/2007 [-] S.Africa stocks up on global rally, rand slips
10/29/2007 [-] African nations urged to harmonise telecoms laws
10/29/2007 [-] East Africa Goods to Clear in Hours As Uganda, Kenya E-Link
10/29/2007 [-] 'I pleaded for my life'
10/29/2007 [-] Kenya Volleyball African Queens Off to Japan
10/29/2007 [-] Electricity Company Shifts Generators To Maintain Even Energy Flow In Zimbabwe rights and law
10/29/2007 [-] South African cricketers celebrate with the trophy
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa's AB de Villiers and Jacques Kallis
10/29/2007 [-] HIV's path out of Africa Haiti, the US then the world
10/29/2007 [-] Breast cancer is more aggressive in African-American women
10/29/2007 [-] East Africa Ministers Move to Protect Industries From Threats of EPAs
10/29/2007 [-] Kenya Shell Executives Forecast New Era in Africa After BP Takeover
10/29/2007 [-] Rwanda Heads of State Converge for Connect Africa Summit
10/29/2007 [-] Global Warming Causing African Floods, Experts Say
10/29/2007 [-] US navy ship heads to Africa to help boost maritime security
10/29/2007 [-] Africa High Risk of Terrorist Attacks AU Official
10/29/2007 [-] Bayelsa State to Get South African Health Equpiment
10/29/2007 [-] Somali prime minister quits
10/29/2007 [-] Ethiopia won't invade Eritrea
10/29/2007 [-] Tanker explosion kills 30
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Strong Growth Bears Fruit on Continent
10/29/2007 [-] Africa High Oil Prices Bad
10/29/2007 [-] FDI Worth 36b Streams in Africa
10/29/2007 [-] CNN U.S. Warship Sinks Two Pirate Skiffs
10/29/2007 [-] West Virginia searches for African lion
10/29/2007 [-] How To Get Ahead In Africa
10/29/2007 [-] West and Central African Primates Imperiled by Hunting, Habitat Loss
10/29/2007 [-] Journalists Say Press Freedoms Lacking in Ethiopia
10/29/2007 [-] Somalia Somali prime minister steps down
10/29/2007 [-] Jordanians clash with riot police angered over poisoning in northern village
10/29/2007 [-] U.S. warship sinks two pirate skiffs
10/29/2007 [-] African Masks What's Their Purpose?
10/29/2007 [-] Congo-Kinshasa 18,000 Flee to Uganda
10/29/2007 [-] 'I'm not Ramaphosa's agent'
10/29/2007 [-] Conference of African Securities and Exchange Commission meet
10/29/2007 [-] US Diplomat to Lead Africa Command
10/29/2007 [-] Dubai at center of US efforts to pressure Iran
10/29/2007 [-] Africa seeks to 'get connected' at Kigali meet
10/29/2007 [-] With Video Camera And Raw Chicken, Searchers Look For African Lion In The Woods
10/29/2007 [-] A winning brand is everything
10/29/2007 [-] 'Masetlha repeatedly sent reports'
10/29/2007 [-] Alleged kidnapper not in court
10/29/2007 [-] Body of girl found with genitals removed
10/29/2007 [-] Ramaphosa put forward for poll
10/29/2007 [-] Fire engulfs vehicles in Nigeria
10/29/2007 [-] Ghanaian Entrepreneur Works to Increase Trade with West.
10/29/2007 [-] African Surgeons Provides Relief to Cataract Patients
10/29/2007 [-] Nigerian Speaker Faces Impeachment
10/29/2007 [-] Country to Participate in Pan-African Forum
10/29/2007 [-] Chicken Used in Hunt for African Lion Reported in W.Va.
10/29/2007 [-] Africa UN Partners With Microsoft to Bring Technology Benefits to Millions
10/29/2007 [-] SA beat Pak, win series
10/29/2007 [-] African Safari At Its Best
10/29/2007 [-] US names diplomat to help lead new Africa Command, in nod to civilian importance
10/29/2007 [-] Gomarsall says England sunk by South Africa's power
10/29/2007 [-] RESEARCH ALERT-SAfrica gold shares at risk from safety crackdown
10/29/2007 [-] Soccer-South African Premier League fixtures
10/29/2007 [-] Cricket-Pakistan collapse hands S.Africa series victory
10/29/2007 [-] Cricket-Pakistan v South Africa fifth ODI scoreboard
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa win one-day series in Pakistan
10/29/2007 [-] S Africa stun Pakistan in decider
10/29/2007 [-] U.S. names diplomat to help lead new Africa Command, in nod to civilian importance
10/29/2007 [-] U.S. diplomat to help lead Africa Command
10/29/2007 [-] Egypt sends refugees to uncertain fate in Sudan
10/29/2007 [-] France scrambles to rein in Chad 'adoption' scandal
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa spoil Akhtar's return to win series
10/29/2007 [-] Parts of Jhb in the dark
10/29/2007 [-] Men deny murder, rape, robbery
10/29/2007 [-] Luthuli branch 'ignores Zuma'
10/29/2007 [-] Four held for house break-ins
10/29/2007 [-] Three ATMs bombed in Vaal Rand
10/29/2007 [-] 'Most wanted' criminal caught
10/29/2007 [-] Court ignores NIA objection
10/29/2007 [-] Zille asks for 'spy' tapes
10/29/2007 [-] Southern Africa Litigation Centre Launches HIV/AIDS Program
10/29/2007 [-] Egypt to build nuclear plants — latest in Mideast rush
10/29/2007 [-] U.S. military taps a diplomat for new Africa Command
10/29/2007 [-] Iraqi finance minister says 2008 budget to increase by 2 percent to 42 billion
10/29/2007 [-] A Jordanian military helicopter crashes, pilots survive, news agency says
10/29/2007 [-] Main points of situation surrounding Israeli leader after disclosure of prostate cancer
10/29/2007 [-] Iran, IAEA begin final round of talks on Iran's centrifuges
10/29/2007 [-] Israeli security says Hamas smuggled 70 tons of explosives into the Gaza Strip
10/29/2007 [-] African lion may be prowling WV woods
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa spoil Akhtar's return to win series
10/29/2007 [-] Biographical information on U.S. Ambassador Mary Carlin Yates
10/29/2007 [-] Biographical information on Robert T. Moeller
10/29/2007 [-] Israel PM diagnosed with cancer
10/29/2007 [-] Line-up announced for Mandela AIDS concert
10/29/2007 [-] Brotherhood leader freed
10/29/2007 [-] Tissue Act penalties 'too low'
10/29/2007 [-] Du Toit PI company paid bail
10/29/2007 [-] Abducted toddler found unhurt
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Kohler Says Germany is Supporting Continent to Attain MDGs
10/29/2007 [-] With video camera and raw chicken, officials search for African lion in US woods
10/29/2007 [-] African Union soldiers guard a refugee camp in Darfur
10/29/2007 [-] Analyst Sees Ethiopian, US Pressure Behind Somali Prime Minister Resignation
10/29/2007 [-] La Nina Phenomenon Puts Malawi on Flood Alert
10/29/2007 [-] Displaced Congolese Face Rape, Disease, Violence in North Kivu
10/29/2007 [-] UN partners with Microsoft to bring technology benefits to millions in Africa
10/29/2007 [-] S.Africa credit growth, money supply slow
10/29/2007 [-] S.African mine union awaits go-ahead for strike
10/29/2007 [-] Cricket-Akhtar strikes on return to peg back South Africa
10/29/2007 [-] Ntiense Hails Rugby in Africa Games
10/29/2007 [-] African environment ministers discuss climate change
10/29/2007 [-] Congo peacekeepers' troubles
10/29/2007 [-] Somalia Prime Minister Quits Amid Mogadishu Violence
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Map of drinking age and African local content
10/29/2007 [-] Ramaphosa put forward for contest
10/29/2007 [-] Tearful Oprah says 'sorry' for sexual abuse at South African academy
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Reform Taxation On Mobile Communications GSM Association
10/29/2007 [-] Qadhafi Pleads For End To Rebellions In Africa
10/29/2007 [-] Somalia needs African solidarity
10/29/2007 [-] Jail time for head of Egypt's opposition
10/29/2007 [-] Red Cross repatriates 885
10/29/2007 [-] Options on Iran offer no big dose of optimism
10/29/2007 [-] Tearful Oprah Asks Parents to Forgive Her for Alleged Abuse at South Africa School
10/29/2007 [-] Wreck survivor says 56 Africa migrants died at sea
10/29/2007 [-] Top backing for Ramaphosa
10/29/2007 [-] Cops still searching for boy
10/29/2007 [-] Lobbyist aims to put Allawi back in the Iraqi prime minister's seat
10/29/2007 [-] Darfur rebels accuse Sudan of violating cease-fire
10/29/2007 [-] Africa U.S. Donates 144 Million to Victims of Violent Conflicts and Natural Disasters
10/29/2007 [-] Africa U.S. Announces Africom Co-Deputies
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Will SABMiller Cheer Up Scottish and Newcastle Shareholders?
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa More Politics Than Business in ICBC's R37bn Tie-Up With Standard Bank
10/29/2007 [-] Nigeria Bayelsa State to Get South African Health Equpiment
10/29/2007 [-] Ambulances in rural Tanzania
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa beat Pakistan to win one-day series
10/29/2007 [-] Chad to announce charges over French charity 'adoptions'
10/29/2007 [-] 400 Islamist detainees end Morocco hunger strike
10/29/2007 [-] AU, UN envoys to travel to meet Darfur rebels
10/29/2007 [-] Africa World Bank Commits 2 Billion for ICT Infrastructure
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Daily HIV/Aids Report
10/29/2007 [-] US diplomat to help lead Africa Command
10/29/2007 [-] Laura Bush in Mozambique
10/29/2007 [-] French Held Over Darfur 'Adoptions'
10/29/2007 [-] Dry pumps keep Zimbabwe coup plot accused behind bars
10/29/2007 [-] Bomber on bicycle kills 28 Iraqi police officers
10/29/2007 [-] Bombing kills 28 Iraqi policemen
10/29/2007 [-] Darfur rebels find refuge in Eritrea, but little hope
10/29/2007 [-] Akhtar strikes on return to peg back South Africa
10/29/2007 [-] Man kidnapped at crash scene
10/29/2007 [-] Nigeria buries AU troops
10/29/2007 [-] Sex education curriculum angers Indian conservatives
10/29/2007 [-] Eritrea On 6th anniversary of mass detentions of dissidents, human rights violations continue unabated
10/29/2007 [-] African American Political Pundit on YouTube
10/29/2007 [-] Cameroon a Hub for Drug Trafficking in Central Africa?
10/29/2007 [-] Iran alarmed by 'mass dolphin suicide'
10/29/2007 [-] 5th ODI SA 233/9 vs Pak
10/29/2007 [-] Flurry of efforts to salvage Darfur talks after rebels boycott
10/29/2007 [-] • South Africa captain Graeme Smith casts doubt on Shoaib Akht
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa captain Graeme Smith casts doubt on Shoaib Akhtar return
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa bids farewell to murdered reggae star Lucky Dub
10/29/2007 [-] Madonna Law at crossroads
10/29/2007 [-] WFP Executive Director takes first official trip to Africa
10/29/2007 [-] Africa EPAs Will Destroy Continent's Economies German NGOs
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Needs a Special Fund for ICT Infrastructure
10/29/2007 [-] Placenta stolen 'for good luck'
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa plumps for Open Documents
10/29/2007 [-] Mozambique inspector hurt by lion
10/29/2007 [-] Africa seeks to 'get connected' at Kigali meet
10/29/2007 [-] Nigeria armed group claims responsibility for attack on ENI facility
10/29/2007 [-] Red Cross repatriates 885 from Ethiopia and Eritrea
10/29/2007 [-] Absences cripple talks on Darfur
10/29/2007 [-] TRADE-AFRICA COMESA States Urged to Drop Non-Tariff Barriers
10/29/2007 [-] Africa seeks to 'get connected' at Kigali meet
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Call to Ban Pellet Guns After Shootings
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Zillegate Spy Pulls Cop Into Conspiracy
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Matie Res Hit By Fire Rises From the Ashes
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Police Sift Through 300 Zillegate Tapes
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Anger As Four Die in Centre for Disabled
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Prefects Await Their Fate After Hearing
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Nelson Mandela and Ann M. Veneman unite for children
10/29/2007 [-] Somalia's Prime Minister Ghedi resigns
10/29/2007 [-] Shoaib back as South Africa bat
10/29/2007 [-] Prison 'likely' in Chad child row
10/29/2007 [-] Cricket-South Africa win toss, bat first against Pakistan
10/29/2007 [-] South African Markets Factors to watch on Oct 29
10/29/2007 [-] NIA director-general subpoenaed
10/29/2007 [-] Transport department monitoring probe
10/29/2007 [-] Adoption workers accused of luring Chadian children with candy
10/29/2007 [-] Africa African MPs Criticise European Parliament Over 'Hiv Nurses'
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Gaborone Succeeds At PAP As Sebetela is Booed
10/29/2007 [-] Japanese ship hijacked in Africa
10/29/2007 [-] 'Idol' donations help combat AIDS in Africa
10/29/2007 [-] Public response to Boks even shocks top official
10/29/2007 [-] Spain sends Atlantic ocean boat accident victims to Senegal
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Who Will Teach Europe There is More to Continent?
10/29/2007 [-] Somali prime minister submits resignation to president, officials say
10/29/2007 [-] Olmert announces he has prostate cancer
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa make 233-9 in fifth ODI
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Blue Partners Cashbuild in R40m Home-Improver Plan
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa UCS Unit Plans U.S. Venture
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Johncom Puts Brakes On Talks With BEE Groups
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Covision Proves As Good As Its Promises
10/29/2007 [-] TRADE-EUROPE EPAs will destroy African economies - German NGOs
10/29/2007 [-] Here Comes Nescafe African Revelation
10/29/2007 [-] Africa seeks to 'get connected'
10/29/2007 [-] Gedi 'failed to end violence'
10/29/2007 [-] Cape Town welcomes the Boks
10/29/2007 [-] Man dies after crashing into mielie truck
10/29/2007 [-] Mbeki opens SAPS radio communication centre
10/29/2007 [-] Cape cop in court after robbery
10/29/2007 [-] Handicapped children killed in Cape fires
10/29/2007 [-] Routine patrol catches two in the act
10/29/2007 [-] Search continues for kidnapped boy
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Govt to Fast Track Land Distribution
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Bizcommunity.com Launches Expanded Retail Offering
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Consumers Urged to Use Power 'Sparingly'
10/29/2007 [-] Three foreign-owned banks licensed in Uganda
10/29/2007 [-] Conference of African Journalists Holds November in Abuja
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Role of Families in Society Under Spotlight
10/29/2007 [-] Southern Africa Sub-Saharan Cellular Networks to Get Boost
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa No Divide in Ruling Party, Says Party Deputy
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Trade Unions Warn on Abalone Ban
10/29/2007 [-] Somali prime minister steps down
10/29/2007 [-] Protest musicians confront Mugabe
10/29/2007 [-] Upwardly mobile Africa key to development lies in their hands
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Glitz Up Date On Big Brother Africa 2, the Contenders
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Aids-Vaccine Trial Volunteers Warned of HIV-Infection Risk
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Future Not So Rosy for Flying Cheetahs
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Patience the Key in Transformation
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa This is No Time for Cricketers to Return As Losers
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Ertugral Has a Reason to Smile At Long Last
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa A Good Way to Celebrate End of a Ban
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa No Word On Who Has Applied for Bok Post
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Politicians Claim the Credit
10/29/2007 [-] Uganda National Team in Namibia for All Africa Amateur Event
10/29/2007 [-] 'French charity must face music in Chad'
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Tara Wins the Africa SMME Awards
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa The Lesson of a Falling Knife
10/29/2007 [-] TCS to expand South African operations
10/29/2007 [-] African states fear brain drain through EU blue card
10/29/2007 [-] Sudan Darfur meeting pushes for wider rebel presence
10/29/2007 [-] Sudan Struggle to salvage Darfur talks
10/29/2007 [-] TChad Chad 'kidnapping' angers Sarkozy
10/29/2007 [-] 50bn cellphone plan for Africa
10/29/2007 [-] Alleged drug lord shot, killed
10/29/2007 [-] 'Diamonds led to Taliep's death'
10/29/2007 [-] Crime Line helps nab escapees
10/29/2007 [-] Handball Government's African Cup Preparation Effort Highlighted
10/29/2007 [-] Big Brother Africa Giving a New Definition to Nudity
10/29/2007 [-] ICT to be catalyst in Africa's economic, social development UN official
10/29/2007 [-] UN nuke chief attacks US on Iran
10/29/2007 [-] Men up for kidnap, murder
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa goes in to bat
10/29/2007 [-] Suicide bomber kills 22 recruits outside police camp northeast of Baghdad
10/29/2007 [-] As Israel tightens economic screws, Gaza fears a run on banks
10/29/2007 [-] Cricket- South Africa win toss, bat first against Pakistan
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa SA Welcomes Myanmar Developments
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa SA Remains Opposed to Nuclear Weapons
10/29/2007 [-] Vietnam to import 100,000 ton of raw cashew from Indonesia and Africa
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa R1.7 Billion Pledged for Township Renewal
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Embrace Ex-Prisoners Deputy Minister
10/29/2007 [-] Africa EU May Have to Cut Ambitions
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Police Use Best Technology to Fight Crime
10/29/2007 [-] Minister's no-show a communication breakdown
10/29/2007 [-] Cape Town's beaches to be safer
10/29/2007 [-] ANC bars non-Mbeki T-shirts
10/29/2007 [-] S.Africa Sept credit growth slows to 22.46 pct y/y
10/29/2007 [-] South Africa Power Cuts Lead to Sewage Spills
10/29/2007 [-] Promote ICT for Rural Africans, Govts Told
10/29/2007 [-] General says U.S. seeking calm in northern Iraq
10/29/2007 [-] Africa mobile firms to invest 50 bln over 5 years
10/29/2007 [-] Official of Vietnamese embassy shot in South Africa
10/29/2007 [-] China Buying South Africa Bank
10/29/2007 [-] Limited Attendance Marks Darfur Talks Debut
10/29/2007 [-] Are government departments above Eskom plea?
10/29/2007 [-] Fears mounting over fate of 48 African refugees held by Egypt
10/29/2007 [-] Boeing Names New Leader for Middle East and Africa Commercial Airplane Sales
10/29/2007 [-] Chad 'kidnapping' angers Sarkozy
10/29/2007 [-] Rebels Split at Talks on Darfur
10/29/2007 [-] Struggle to salvage Darfur talks
10/29/2007 [-] Chad 'kidnapping' angers Sarkozy
10/29/2007 [-] DEVELOPMENT-SOUTH AFRICA Power Cuts Lead to Sewage Spills
10/29/2007 [-] 10 anti-al-Qaida sheiks kidnapped while traveling in Baghdad
10/29/2007 [-] Darfur peace negotiations postponed to allow further rebel preparation
10/29/2007 [-] Rights groups appeal against Israeli utility cuts to Gaza
10/29/2007 [-] South Asian workers strike in Dubai, threatening building boom
10/29/2007 [-] Iran's foreign minister accuses US, Israel of supporting Kurdish rebels
10/29/2007 [-] High-speed web boost for Africa
10/29/2007 [-] Tea Board Focuses On African Markets
10/29/2007 [-] Comoros Government Gives Embattled President Bacar An Ultimatum
10/29/2007 [-] Opposition Ghana MP Calls for Forensic Audit of Public Funds
10/29/2007 [-] China eyes large African bank
10/29/2007 [-] Africa Promote ICT for Rural Africans, Govts Told
10/29/2007 [-] Cairo judge sends opposition leader to jail
10/29/2007 [-] Troops break up Mogadishu march
10/29/2007 [-] Brown seeks progress on Darfur
10/29/2007 [-] Africa waiting for net revolution
10/29/2007 [-] France vows to help Mali fight Tuareg rebels
10/29/2007 [-] Nigerian rebel group kidnapped oil workers
10/29/2007 [-] Sarkozy calls Chad children case illegal
10/28/2007 [-] Technology Summit in Rwanda Aims to Spur African Development
10/28/2007 [-] Prominent African-American author, activist to speak at DSU
10/28/2007 [-] Sudan Darfur rebels want peace talks postponed
10/28/2007 [-] Technology Summit in Rwanda Aims to Spur African Development and technology
10/28/2007 [-] Darfur peace talks will continue, say UN and AU
10/28/2007 [-] Gunmen abduct 10 anti-Qaeda sheiks in Iraq
10/28/2007 [-] 'That woman is bad news'
10/28/2007 [-] End crime, Dube mourners asked
10/28/2007 [-] Dad 'kidnaps' toddler
10/28/2007 [-] Top parachutist dies brin swoop-landing
10/28/2007 [-] S.Africa unions warn of alliance split if Mbeki stays
10/28/2007 [-] Vietnamese embassy official shot in South Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Head of UN nuclear agency calls on Bush to ease Iran rhetoric
10/28/2007 [-] African interest in NSW murder
10/28/2007 [-] Ghana's Food Shortage Persists As Donor Attention Wanes
10/28/2007 [-] Poor suffer to make living from salt
10/28/2007 [-] 'Verwoerd' at Tambo lecture
10/28/2007 [-] Chichi 'hates South Africa'
10/28/2007 [-] 23 die in Cameroon coach smash
10/28/2007 [-] Abducted mother released
10/28/2007 [-] Militia leader surrenders to UN
10/28/2007 [-] 17 people flung out of taxi
10/28/2007 [-] Mbeki Cosatu warns of split
10/28/2007 [-] German suspected right-wing extremists attack African immigrant in eastern city
10/28/2007 [-] 3 caught after armed robbery
10/28/2007 [-] African Ministerial Committee discuss Union Government in Africa
10/28/2007 [-] UN official 48 African refugees missing since deported by IDF
10/28/2007 [-] Al Qaeda is said to weaken in Baghdad
10/28/2007 [-] Mastermind of USS Cole attack still in detention, 2 Yemeni government Web sites say
10/28/2007 [-] New U.S. northern cmdr says he hopes diplomacy will resolve Iraq-Turkey standoff
10/28/2007 [-] Dubai's workers strike over poor conditions, threatening city state's building boom
10/28/2007 [-] Turner calls Israeli President Shimon Peres a 'beacon of hope'
10/28/2007 [-] Son born to assassin of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
10/28/2007 [-] Lebanon's Shiite cleric tells the British to act more European than American
10/28/2007 [-] Colossal landfill to be turned into park named for stricken ex-premier Ariel Sharon
10/28/2007 [-] Egyptian judge sentences opposition party head, 2 reporters to prison for libel
10/28/2007 [-] SAfrican labour union warns of alliance split
10/28/2007 [-] Propellers hit diver on head
10/28/2007 [-] Africa 'Prize is for Entire Mozambican People' Chissano
10/28/2007 [-] Never rains but pours in Zim
10/28/2007 [-] Chad probes adoption scam
10/28/2007 [-] Ethiopian forces kill three
10/28/2007 [-] Wider rebel presence wanted
10/28/2007 [-] Many rebels boycott Darfur peace conference in Libya
10/28/2007 [-] U.S. forces to turn over security in Karbala
10/28/2007 [-] Ethiopian troops fire on protesters witness
10/28/2007 [-] Robbers shoot embassy official
10/28/2007 [-] 'We were offered sweets to leave' children
10/28/2007 [-] Peace talks continue without rebel leaders
10/28/2007 [-] Street battles rage in Mogadishu
10/28/2007 [-] Vietnam official shot in S.Africa robbery
10/28/2007 [-] Europeans risk kidnapping charge over Chad 'adoptions'
10/28/2007 [-] Al Ahli hold Etoile in African Champions League final
10/28/2007 [-] S.Africa bids farewell to murdered reggae star Lucky Dube
10/28/2007 [-] Cricket-Bond bowls New Zealand to win in South Africa
10/28/2007 [-] South Africa bids farewell to murdered reggae star Lucky Dube
10/28/2007 [-] Africa EU Urged Not to Poach Health Workers
10/28/2007 [-] Zim faces energy crisis
10/28/2007 [-] Skydiver crashes into ground
10/28/2007 [-] French envoy discusses Lebanon's presidential elections with Syrian officials
10/28/2007 [-] Olmert moves closer to acknowledging Israeli air raid on Syria
10/28/2007 [-] At least 10 killed in heavy fighting in Mogadishu
10/28/2007 [-] Turkey keeps military option open after talks on Kurds fail
10/28/2007 [-] Car bombs kills 8, wounds 26 in disputed city of Kirkuk
10/28/2007 [-] Darfur peace negotiations likely to adjourn for more preparations, UN chief mediator says
10/28/2007 [-] Israel begins cuts in fuel supplies to Gaza Strip
10/28/2007 [-] Petraeus Al-Qaida presence in Baghdad has been 'significantly reduced'
10/28/2007 [-] South Africa's world champion rugby team meet Mandela, t
10/28/2007 [-] No softening on anti-nuclear stance South Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Cricket South Africa win comfortably
10/28/2007 [-] SBI plans to buy South African bank
10/28/2007 [-] FORMER South African president and anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela lauded the Rugby World...
10/28/2007 [-] Clampdown on drunk drivers
10/28/2007 [-] SACS prefects await their fate after hearing
10/28/2007 [-] Cricket in the thorn tree is still chirping
10/28/2007 [-] 'Performing was what he loved most'
10/28/2007 [-] Africans dominate Delhi Half Marathon
10/28/2007 [-] From 'American Idol,' much-needed help for Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Integrating Sunnis into Iraqi police hits hurdle
10/28/2007 [-] Zuma ANC could rule forever
10/28/2007 [-] Lucky Dube put to rest
10/28/2007 [-] Slain South African reggae star put to rest
10/28/2007 [-] 'EU scheme will hurt developing countries'
10/28/2007 [-] A chance to mussel in on aquaculture
10/28/2007 [-] Commuters get ready to tighten seat belts
10/28/2007 [-] Syndicates target waiters across SA
10/28/2007 [-] Pessimism grows at Darfur talks
10/28/2007 [-] Funeral for SA's shot reggae star
10/28/2007 [-] Mogadishu hit by fresh fighting
10/28/2007 [-] 'Idol' donations help combat AIDS in Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Akhtar to bolster Pakistan in crunch SAfrica match
10/28/2007 [-] Hundreds of Somali protesters demand departure of Ethiopian troops
10/28/2007 [-] Saudi authorities behead Saudi man for killing a compatriot
10/28/2007 [-] Vice president wants parliament to issued pardons for detainees
10/28/2007 [-] Nigeria Africa 2 Billion Lack Access to Electricity Nihinlola
10/28/2007 [-] Rwanda Out Of Africa Paris Rwanda Trip Axed
10/28/2007 [-] Sudan Pessimism grows over Darfur talks
10/28/2007 [-] Fires kill two in CT
10/28/2007 [-] Sudan declares truce at Darfur meeting
10/28/2007 [-] Crowd gathers at Dube's funeral
10/28/2007 [-] Bond bowls New Zealand to win in South Africa
10/28/2007 [-] New Kuwait oil minister appointed in widely expected Cabinet reshuffle
10/28/2007 [-] Women fail to win any seats in Omani elections for consultative council
10/28/2007 [-] Pessimism over Darfur talks
10/28/2007 [-] Sudan declares unilateral truce at Darfur talks
10/28/2007 [-] Akhtar to bolster Pakistan in crunch South Africa match
10/28/2007 [-] African trip for plastic surgeon
10/28/2007 [-] Crisis over indigenous birds eradication
10/28/2007 [-] ANC is not divided Zuma
10/28/2007 [-] Slowdown takes shine off SA's mini-budget
10/28/2007 [-] 'Blame farmers for land restitution delay'
10/28/2007 [-] Pakistan recall Shoaib for decider against South Africa
10/28/2007 [-] China revs up investment drive in Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Heaviest Uganda floods in decades washing away seeds of peace
10/28/2007 [-] All eyes on 'mini-budget'
10/28/2007 [-] Argentina goes to the polls
10/28/2007 [-] "Idol" donations help combat AIDS in Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Congo DR Congo militia chief surrenders
10/28/2007 [-] Teen driver hits pedestrian
10/28/2007 [-] All eyes on 'mini-budget'
10/28/2007 [-] China cashes in on Africa
10/28/2007 [-] African kids not headed for Europe
10/28/2007 [-] 'American Idol' Raises Money For Africa
10/28/2007 [-] DRC North Kivu Militia Leader Surrenders to UN
10/28/2007 [-] Six Somalis Killed in Latest Round of Fighting
10/28/2007 [-] Africa China cashes in
10/28/2007 [-] A cakewalk compared to Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Khartoum government declares unilateral ceasefire in Darfur
10/28/2007 [-] Pessimism grows over Darfur talks
10/28/2007 [-] Africa Govts Explore New Loan Terms With IMF/World Bank
10/28/2007 [-] Ahly close on record third consecutive African tit
10/28/2007 [-] Africa 2 Billion Lack Electricity in Developing World
10/28/2007 [-] Uganda's poor brave salty, flesh-scarring waters to make a meager living
10/28/2007 [-] Chad leader promises punishment for those who planned to fly African children to France
10/28/2007 [-] 'American Idol' donations buy bed nets, education and AIDS prevention in Africa
10/28/2007 [-] Khartoum government calls unilateral ceasefire in Darfur
10/28/2007 [-] Sudan backs Darfur cease-fire
10/28/2007 [-] 7 held in plan to fly African children to Europe
10/28/2007 [-] After rocky election, Nigerians warm to new leader
10/28/2007 [-] Q&A Sudan's Darfur conflict
10/27/2007 [-] African Peer Review Report on Kenya
10/27/2007 [-] Soccer-African Champions League final first leg result
10/27/2007 [-] Soccer-Al Ahli hold Etoile in African Champions League final
10/27/2007 [-] Iraqi primier pledges to protect Christain minority
10/27/2007 [-] U.N. chief's plan for Africa office stirs anger
10/27/2007 [-] SAPS 'have crime-fighting plan'
10/27/2007 [-] Kadhafi says Darfur talks doomed to failure
10/27/2007 [-] Ahly close on record third consecutive African title
10/27/2007 [-] HEALTH-WEST AFRICA Rural Areas Said To Be in the Shadow of AIDS Efforts
10/27/2007 [-] TRADE Exports Should Be Priority for African States
10/27/2007 [-] Libya reaffirms developing countries specially the African to get compensation from their former colonizers
10/27/2007 [-] TChad Spanish plane crew held in Chad
10/27/2007 [-] Ethiopia Heavy fighting in Somali capital
10/27/2007 [-] Akhtar recalled for decider against South Africa
10/27/2007 [-] Sudan Declares Cease-Fire at Darfur Peace Talks
10/27/2007 [-] Two Main Rebel Groups Boycott Darfur Peace Talks In Libya
10/27/2007 [-] Chissano laments violent conflicts in Africa
10/27/2007 [-] Boycott 'ended peace hopes'
10/27/2007 [-] Farmers to blame, says minister
10/27/2007 [-] Gang 'terrorised communities'
10/27/2007 [-] 'Come exploit 2010 opportunities'
10/27/2007 [-] SAPS 'have crime-fighting plan'
10/27/2007 [-] DR Congo militia chief surrenders
10/27/2007 [-] South Africa fan dies after final
10/27/2007 [-] Live Pakistan v South Africa
10/27/2007 [-] Heroes welcome for South Africa
10/27/2007 [-] South Africa win comfortably
10/27/2007 [-] Zimbabwe President Dismisses Opposition Claims Of Violence By Ruling Party
10/27/2007 [-] Heavy fighting shakes Somalia
10/27/2007 [-] 37 behind bars after clashes
10/27/2007 [-] West Africa U.S. Group Honors Women Leaders
10/27/2007 [-] Mugabe's patience wearing thin
10/27/2007 [-] Man killed in FS explosion
10/27/2007 [-] Congo militia leader surrenders to U.N. forces
10/27/2007 [-] 6 arrested after Soweto murder
10/27/2007 [-] Police appeal for help after farm murder
10/27/2007 [-] Darfuris answer your questions
10/27/2007 [-] 'Idol' Donations to Africa Filter Down
10/27/2007 [-] Liberia's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Re-Launches Investigations
10/27/2007 [-] High-ranking police officer kidnapped north of Baghdad
10/27/2007 [-] Iraq balks as U.S. seeks more policing by Sunnis
10/27/2007 [-] Rain dampens Boks' Soweto parade
10/27/2007 [-] Sudan UN special envoy slams Darfur killlings
10/27/2007 [-] Mozambique Chissano laments violent conflicts in Africa
10/27/2007 [-] Sudan calls Darfur truce at talks
10/27/2007 [-] UN chief urges immediate ceasefire in Darfur
10/27/2007 [-] Spanish plane crew held in Chad
10/27/2007 [-] Mandela lauds S.Africa's Springbok triumph
10/27/2007 [-] Madagascan leader names new government
10/27/2007 [-] Zim banker still held by police reports
10/27/2007 [-] Price hikes are 'daylight robbery' Mugabe
10/27/2007 [-] Darfur peace talks begin without key rebels
10/27/2007 [-] Zimbabwe's president lambasts recent price hikes
10/27/2007 [-] First dozen Iraqi women serve as police officers in Ramadi
10/27/2007 [-] Militant Niger Delta group claims abduction of six oil workers
10/27/2007 [-] Egypt finds two smugglers' tunnels on Gaza
10/27/2007 [-] Clan rivalries behind violence
10/27/2007 [-] Q&A Somali conflict
10/27/2007 [-] Heavy fighting in Somali capital
10/27/2007 [-] Darfur talks open without rebels
10/27/2007 [-] Darfur peace talks open in Libya
10/27/2007 [-] 'Better off under apartheid'
10/27/2007 [-] Heaviest fighting in months shakes Somali capital; at least 7 dead, witnesses say
10/27/2007 [-] Abbas to visit Turkey on Nov. 12-13, for meeting with Turkish president ambassador
10/27/2007 [-] Nature may have a bigger say in Turkey's decision that do diplomats and generals
10/27/2007 [-] No blackouts, says Eskom
10/27/2007 [-] Man dies in tavern fight
10/27/2007 [-] 'Better off under apartheid'
10/27/2007 [-] Man killed in tavern fight
10/27/2007 [-] BMW smashes into taxi, 18 hurt cops
10/27/2007 [-] Call to ban pellet guns after shootings
10/27/2007 [-] More than 160 hospitalized in northern Jordan from possible food poisoning
10/27/2007 [-] Darfur peace talks open to a grim start with main rebel groups absent
10/27/2007 [-] Congolese militia leader surrenders to UN
10/27/2007 [-] Sudan to announce Darfur ceasefire at peace talks
10/27/2007 [-] Rain mars Boks' Soweto parade
10/27/2007 [-] Rain hits Boks' Soweto parade
10/27/2007 [-] Boks to become cash cows
10/27/2007 [-] Parliament at odds with home affairs
10/27/2007 [-] I killed for revenge, claims alleged killer
10/27/2007 [-] Diplomat killed in Pta crash
10/27/2007 [-] Pakistan recall Akhtar for ODI decider against S.Africa
10/27/2007 [-] Zimbabwe banker reportedly still in police custody
10/27/2007 [-] Summer time ends in Lebanon
10/27/2007 [-] Abbas signs anti-money laundering decree, making it harder for Hamas to bring in funds
10/27/2007 [-] Women's participation on the rise in Omani elections
10/27/2007 [-] Lifesaving thrown a lifeline
10/27/2007 [-] Madiba thanks the Boks
10/27/2007 [-] Aids claims 600 Mozambicans
10/27/2007 [-] Mugabe rejects Zimbabwe opposition violence claims
10/27/2007 [-] Millions for Uganda peace talks
10/27/2007 [-] Zimbabwe's Mugabe accuses MDC of frustrating inter-party talks
10/27/2007 [-] Out Of Africa Paris Rwanda Trip Axed
10/27/2007 [-] Bomb targeting restaurants southeast of Baghdad kills 8, wounds 13
10/27/2007 [-] Chad president promises punishment for those who planned to fly African children to France
10/27/2007 [-] Woman, child killed in mysterious Gaza house blast, medics say
10/27/2007 [-] More darkness for Zimbabwe
10/27/2007 [-] First African boycott the X factor in Zimbabwe crusade
10/27/2007 [-] China's ICBC buys stake in South African bank
10/27/2007 [-] South Africa Recalls Millions Of Condoms After They Fail Quality Tests
10/27/2007 [-] South Africa's Sexwale may still join ANC race
10/27/2007 [-] TCS launches new subsidiary TCS South Africa
10/27/2007 [-] • Younis hits 82 as South Africa restrict Pakistan to 230
10/27/2007 [-] International pressure will not force my resignation Somalia PM
10/27/2007 [-] Country profile Chad
10/27/2007 [-] Million-man march a flop
10/27/2007 [-] Fighting scales down in eastern Congo, UN agency says
10/27/2007 [-] SA needs science intervention
10/27/2007 [-] Man shot at spaghetti junction
10/27/2007 [-] 17 hurt in Germiston smash
10/27/2007 [-] Rebels boycott Darfur talks
10/27/2007 [-] U.S. soldier dies in small arms fire in Salahuddin province
10/27/2007 [-] Bomb kills Iraqi civilians southeast of Baghdad
10/27/2007 [-] Sudan Rebel snub threatens Darfur talks
10/27/2007 [-] African-American Health Summit Offered in Oklahoma City
10/27/2007 [-] Woolmer toxicology 'inconclusive'
10/27/2007 [-] Mystery over burnt-out car
10/27/2007 [-] Congo Dozens killed in DR Congo floods
10/27/2007 [-] Soweto residents cheer the Boks
10/27/2007 [-] Chad Holds French Citizens Who Took 103 Darfur Children
10/27/2007 [-] 30 dead in DRC floods
10/27/2007 [-] Taxi's reign of terror continues
10/27/2007 [-] Student finds ‘adventure' on African trip
10/27/2007 [-] Taxi's reign of terror continues
10/27/2007 [-] Who are Sudan's Darfur rebels?
10/27/2007 [-] Fears of witchcraft plague refugee camps in Chad, UN says
10/27/2007 [-] Darfur talks open despite rebel boycott
10/27/2007 [-] Dozens killed in DR Congo floods
10/27/2007 [-] South African historian's killer jailed for 25 years
10/27/2007 [-] Empty Seats Add to Worry on Eve of Darfur Talks
10/27/2007 [-] A First for Pittsburgh 2,000 Area Students to Attend Daylong Forum on Africa
10/27/2007 [-] Darfur talks hit by rebel snub
10/27/2007 [-] Execution case tests Iraq's bid to ease divide
10/27/2007 [-] French agency attempts to take African children
10/27/2007 [-] Congo DRC floods kill 30, destroy houses government
10/27/2007 [-] Rebel snub threatens Darfur talks
10/27/2007 [-] Sudanese Orphans Focus of Arrests of 9 French Adults in Chad
10/27/2007 [-] Judge South Africa respects separation of powers
10/27/2007 [-] South Africa win fourth one day test
10/27/2007 [-] Iraqi prosecutor defends death penalty for Saddam defense chief who oversaw assault on Kurds
10/27/2007 [-] Israeli leader promises that Gaza sanctions will not trigger humanitarian crisis
10/27/2007 [-] Zimbabwe Opposition Challenged On Cause Of Death Of Tsvangirai Aide
10/27/2007 [-] Zimbabwe's Dynamos Poised For Masvingo Match Despite Pay Dispute
10/27/2007 [-] Harare Judge Says Opposition Women's Congress Must Resolve Dispute
10/27/2007 [-] Police detain some 50 people in sectarian clash in Egypt
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa level series
10/26/2007 [-] Cricket-South Africa beat Pakistan in fourth ODI
10/26/2007 [-] Africap Raises Capital to Sh3 Billion
10/26/2007 [-] TCS to launch subsidiary in S.Africa
10/26/2007 [-] U.S. mixes caution with aggression in Iran accusations
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Lucky Dube to Be Buried
10/26/2007 [-] Cautious Optimism Over Results Of Zimbabwe Crisis Resolution Talks
10/26/2007 [-] Smith and Pollock help South Africa level series
10/26/2007 [-] Cautious Optimism Over Results Of Zimbabwe Crisis Resolution Talks and conflict
10/26/2007 [-] Africa Study Explores Ways to Promote Trade Within the Commonwealth
10/26/2007 [-] Pentagon official U.S. Africa command to focus on maritime, environmental security
10/26/2007 [-] Nigerian court grants jailed Biafran leader three-month bail
10/26/2007 [-] French citizens arrested in attempted flight of African children
10/26/2007 [-] Younis hits 82 as South Africa restrict Pakistan to 230
10/26/2007 [-] Land target unattainable by 2014 S.Africa official
10/26/2007 [-] SAfrica rand firms vs dlr,MTN jumps on China rumour
10/26/2007 [-] Cricket-Pakistan recall Akhtar for ODI decider against S.Africa
10/26/2007 [-] China Invests 5.5 Billion in South African Bank and finance
10/26/2007 [-] African Regional Seminar on Juche Idea Held
10/26/2007 [-] Bank of Africa Enters Market
10/26/2007 [-] WEST AFRICA IRIN-WA Weekly Round-up 399 for 20 – 26 October 2007
10/26/2007 [-] Two Darfur rebel groups shun peace talks
10/26/2007 [-] Rains flood capital of Congo, 30 die
10/26/2007 [-] Mugabe vows to attend EU summit
10/26/2007 [-] Thousands gather in support of Mugabe, but miss million-man goal
10/26/2007 [-] Fans brave rain to cheer heroes
10/26/2007 [-] Reggae Star Lucky Dube to Be Buried Sunday in Private Ceremony
10/26/2007 [-] Somalia Faces Major Humanitarian Crisis
10/26/2007 [-] Paris Hilton Postpones Philanthropic Trip to Rwanda
10/26/2007 [-] Niger Delta Militants Seize Oil Workers in Attack on Italian Vessel
10/26/2007 [-] EFP roadside bomb kills one U.S. soldier, wounds four
10/26/2007 [-] Saudi authorities behead 3 Bangladeshi men
10/26/2007 [-] Niger journalist jailed, colleagues say; 3rd such arrest in two months
10/26/2007 [-] Flooding in Congo kills at least 30
10/26/2007 [-] Jhb croc to join theatre cast
10/26/2007 [-] Ill widower appears for murder
10/26/2007 [-] 'Killer cops' terrify Kenyans
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa level the series
10/26/2007 [-] Africa Low Yields 'Due to Wary Farmers, Not Climate Change'
10/26/2007 [-] Belgian beer, French pub, English fans, South African victory!
10/26/2007 [-] Bozize admits to rights abuses
10/26/2007 [-] Suspect angry about Aids
10/26/2007 [-] Cosatu No ANC NEC 'wish list'
10/26/2007 [-] New evidence in CT spy saga
10/26/2007 [-] Angola Oil growth stokes Angola's boom
10/26/2007 [-] Sudan Main Darfur rebel groups will not attend talks
10/26/2007 [-] Kenya Kenya polls set for 27 December
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Boks' change of heart on Soweto
10/26/2007 [-] France, Morocco sign 2.8bn deal
10/26/2007 [-] Africa Vatican Happy With Continent's Growth, But Says More Needed
10/26/2007 [-] Load shedding could be extended Eskom
10/26/2007 [-] Motorists warned of danger on the R300
10/26/2007 [-] New Evidence in Cape Town spy saga
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa The Pitfalls of Moving Villages
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Superficial Tinkering Will Not Save Lives Underground
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Mvela Considers Growing Booysendal
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa DRDGold Set to Focus On Opportunities in Country
10/26/2007 [-] Africa Fight Against Malaria Making Progress
10/26/2007 [-] Torrential rain kills nine in DR Congo
10/26/2007 [-] South African government adopts ODF
10/26/2007 [-] TCS goes to South Africa
10/26/2007 [-] Niger arrests third journalist
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Dud Condoms Plague Country's Aids Campaign
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Further Setback as More Condoms Recalled
10/26/2007 [-] WEST AFRICA IRIN-WA Weekly Round-up 399 for 20 26 October 2007
10/26/2007 [-] Power cuts to increase in Zim
10/26/2007 [-] Guardian launches Web 2.0 fix for Africa's problems
10/26/2007 [-] Africa has more urbanites than North America
10/26/2007 [-] Ensuring Anti-HIV Drugs Are Taken In Africa
10/26/2007 [-] Mbeki threatening constitution - S.Africa's Zille
10/26/2007 [-] S Africa's Zimbabwe ties 'strong'
10/26/2007 [-] Lack Of Drug Susceptibility Testing May Have Led To XDR TB In South Africa
10/26/2007 [-] India for more trade with South Africa
10/26/2007 [-] SOUTHERN AFRICA IRIN-SA Weekly Round-up 347 for 20 26 October 2007
10/26/2007 [-] New malaria drugs for children
10/26/2007 [-] KZN health boss given notice
10/26/2007 [-] Angola wages war on landmines
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Markets Walk Tightrope As Dollar Bounces Back
10/26/2007 [-] Somalia frees UN official
10/26/2007 [-] French group probed over Darfur adoptions
10/26/2007 [-] Libya cuts itself off from world for day of mourning
10/26/2007 [-] South Sudan Rebels Play Down Clashes
10/26/2007 [-] UN Launches Emergency Flood Appeal for Burkina Faso
10/26/2007 [-] Kenya Elections Set for December 27
10/26/2007 [-] Southern Africa Botswana, Zambia Worry Over Transnational Crime
10/26/2007 [-] AIDS activist concerned with nurses being poached from Africa
10/26/2007 [-] Child health drive for Madagascar
10/26/2007 [-] Africa Coming to a donation box near you
10/26/2007 [-] United States Helping To End Abusive Child Labor in Africa
10/26/2007 [-] Human Trials of Promising AIDS Vaccine Ended Prematurely in South Africa
10/26/2007 [-] Conman who faked president's voice sentenced
10/26/2007 [-] South Africans urged to grasp second chance for full change
10/26/2007 [-] South Africans bask in glory
10/26/2007 [-] South Africans take the big risks
10/26/2007 [-] South Africans unite in welcome for rugby heroes
10/26/2007 [-] Soccer-African Champions League final fixture
10/26/2007 [-] S Africa's 'strong' Zimbabwe ties
10/26/2007 [-] Bush pledges malaria aid for Congo
10/26/2007 [-] S.Africa says land target unattainable by 2014
10/26/2007 [-] Cricket South Africa beat Pakistan
10/26/2007 [-] Africa 854m People Suffering From Hunger...FAO Reveals
10/26/2007 [-] African-Listed Companies Meet SA Asset Managers At the JSE
10/26/2007 [-] Prosecutors drop case against man detained after Kenya bomb blast
10/26/2007 [-] Fresh Fighting Dampens Hope for Darfur Peace Accord
10/26/2007 [-] China Invests 5.5 Billion in South African Bank
10/26/2007 [-] Gunmen Kidnap at Least 6 Oil Workers in Southern Nigeria
10/26/2007 [-] Rwanda Accuses DR Congo of Backing Rwandan Hutu Rebels
10/26/2007 [-] CENTRAL AND EASTERN AFRICA IRIN-CEA Weekly Round-up 404 for 20 26 October 2007
10/26/2007 [-] U.S. drives S.Africa maize as local news dries up
10/26/2007 [-] Cricket-Pakistan v South Africa fourth one-day scoreboard
10/26/2007 [-] Zimbabwe's president plans new intelligence school
10/26/2007 [-] Zimbabwean authorities arrest fugitive banker after 3 years on the run
10/26/2007 [-] French group under investigation over Darfur adoptions
10/26/2007 [-] Outstanding DNA test results halt case
10/26/2007 [-] Eastern Cape store burns down
10/26/2007 [-] Lovers in court for botched robbery
10/26/2007 [-] Driver gets away from robbers
10/26/2007 [-] Toxic spill on N3 cleared
10/26/2007 [-] Africa Soul of Africa Comes Off this Weekend
10/26/2007 [-] TCS to set up South African subsidiary
10/26/2007 [-] Younis guides Pakistan to 230 in cricket one-dayer against South Africa
10/26/2007 [-] Syria complains about Israel felling cherry trees on the Golan Heights
10/26/2007 [-] Official Israel's Olmert tells Palestinians he will not cause Gaza humanitarian crisis
10/26/2007 [-] US first lady visits Jordan's old city of Petra
10/26/2007 [-] HORN OF AFRICA IRIN-HOA Weekly Round-up 403 for 20 26 October 2007
10/26/2007 [-] West Africa Campaign to Ratify Small Arms Convention
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Molewa to Address Community Concerns
10/26/2007 [-] French held over Chad 'adoptions'
10/26/2007 [-] Gunmen abduct six Italian oil company workers in Niger Delta raid
10/26/2007 [-] Body parts woman in court again
10/26/2007 [-] SAfrica power outage hits mines, smelters, cities
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Investors More Cautious On Country, Says Gold Fields
10/26/2007 [-] Soccer FIFA organizes course for African journalists
10/26/2007 [-] TCS to set up South African subsidiary Co
10/26/2007 [-] French government condemns operation to fly children out of Darfur
10/26/2007 [-] 2 in court for botched robbery
10/26/2007 [-] 'Satanic' car ad in the clear
10/26/2007 [-] Cyanide spill 10 000 evacuated
10/26/2007 [-] Convicts slam Dube killing
10/26/2007 [-] SAfrican historian's killer jailed for 25 years
10/26/2007 [-] 'Discipline key to avoiding qualified audits'
10/26/2007 [-] Meat truck hijacked
10/26/2007 [-] Historian murder accused sentenced
10/26/2007 [-] Eastern Cape slacking off, says AG
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa ICASA Dismisses FXI Subpoena Application
10/26/2007 [-] Kenyan's general elections to be held Dec. 27, says poll chief
10/26/2007 [-] Hamas takes responsibility for shooting on Israeli soldier
10/26/2007 [-] Israel moves military exercise to avoid border tension with Syria
10/26/2007 [-] Ex-top cop up for shooting wife
10/26/2007 [-] Eskom warns of more outages
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Festival of Lights Ready to Set Joburg Alight
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Meet a freelance Wordpress designer
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa Power Cuts Expected Countrywide
10/26/2007 [-] 6 Oil Workers Kidnapped in Nigeria
10/26/2007 [-] No ANC NEC 'wish list' Cosatu
10/26/2007 [-] AU urges rebels to attend Darfur peace talks
10/26/2007 [-] Be vigilant against the west, Mugabe urges security arms
10/26/2007 [-] Tight Kenya election race date set for December 27
10/26/2007 [-] Children's charity under investigation over Darfur mission
10/26/2007 [-] Six kidnapped after Nigerian militants attack Italy-owned oil platform
10/26/2007 [-] HORN OF AFRICA IRIN-HOA Weekly Round-up 403 for 20-26 October 2007
10/26/2007 [-] China digs deeper into Africa with bank deal
10/26/2007 [-] South Africa UNEP Lauds 'Greening' of Beijing Olympics
10/26/2007 [-] SAfrica's Implats to re-open shut shaft on Friday
10/26/2007 [-] Zimbabwe Zimbabwe poses no threat to SA Reserve Bank
10/26/2007 [-] Sierra Leone Lebanese shops looted in S Leone


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