Much reaction in Kenya to yesterday's Truth and Reconciliation Commission report and in a man who was imprisoned for murdering his wife and child who are both alive and well...in today's African ...
How many teachers do you need to run the French national education system? Nicolas Sarkozy thought you could do with fewer. He got rid of 80,000 teachers in his five years as president.
SA mining companies reel in shock over workers' pay demands. The rand hits a four-year low. but FW de Clerk is upbeat.
The threat of English continues to terrify certain French editors this morning. And a report says that billions are salted away in overseas tax-dodging accounts.
Uganda's press complains of censorship. Will Barack Obama skip Kenya on his next Africa tour? And why has Zimbabwe's Chamber of Mines fallen out with the government?
The front page of Libération this morning is in English, entirely, and it's good English, which is surprising.
The Nigerian army's operation in the northeast against Boko Haram and Raila Odinga's future plans in Kenya are among the stories in today's African press..
This is Pentecost Monday, and it's a holiday here in France. Or is it?
There are concerns over industrial action at mines in South Africa; Kenya's President chairs a meeting on security issues; and Swaziland imposes flight restrictions...on witches.
If you're looking for good news this morning, you might be well advised to buy a copy of the New Testament.