Nigerians go to the polls on 14 February to elect their president and members of the National Assembly and that's the story which dominates today's papers there.
How Ebola is impacting the economy, children's rights violations during a protest in Kenya and Uganda's teachers going on strike are all topics in today's African papers.
Violence against women is still widespread in Egypt. Kenyatta apologises for the teargassing of schoolkids. Zimbabwe does better on jobs than some people say.
Treating ebola, a spat between Kenya and Tanzania, Africa's technological future - all in today's papers ...
Kenyan teachers return to work after a court rules their strike illegal. A Liberian doctor battles Ebola. Military men squeeze out technocrats as leaders of African nations.
The continuing storm over the Charlie Hebdo killings in Paris last week are still grabbing attention in some parts of Africa.
Newspapers, bans, Ebola and the economy are all subjects of interest to various African papers today ...
Most the reactions were unanimous in condemning the Charlie Hebdo attacks, but not everybody came out to condemn the events says the African press today.