An Al Qaida-linked website has called for the assassination of President François Hollande and French soldiers because of France's military interventions in Mali and the Central African ...
Have SA strike negotiators got ants in their pants? Who is killing the Rwandan government's exiled opponents? Should Ugandan parliamentary committee chairs get their fingers out?
South Africa's dispute with Rwanda, Egypt rules new presidential election law and Kenyan leaders cut own pay, are all topics in today's African papers.
Niger's government and French nuclear giant Areva made "significant advances" in talks on Friday, both sides agreed after Areva boss Luc Oursel met President Mahamadou Issoufou along ...
A French short film on forced marriages, released to coincide with International Women's Day, has caused a stir but not for the reasons you may expect.
Nigerian security forces clash with Boko Haram and women demonstrate against them. The ANC vets potential candidates.
A French businessmen described his 17 years in solitary confinement in a seven-square-metre cell in an interview with RFI on Wednesday.
This morning's prize for the most striking headline goes to South African financial paper BusinessDay. See if you can make head or tale of it.
Sissi drops presidential hints. Egypt bans Hamas. Why Egypt owes Cate Blanchett a meal. SA striking miners soften their stance. Why Nairobi residents are walking to work.
The pace of economic growth in South Africa, Mugabe's daughter's wedding in Zimbabwe, teaching local languages to younger pupils in Kenya's primary schools and new prospects for US-Africa trade: ...