Will Libya's former dictator Moamer Kadhafi be able to travel freely across the African continent without fear of being arrested?
Judging by some of today’s African papers, the continent is still divided over the ousting of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi.
South African president Jacob Zuma is hosting the African Union’s high-level panel on Libya in Pretoria on Wednesday.
Nato-backed Libyan rebels are reported to be on the outskirts of Moamer Kadhafi's hometown of Sirte on Monday as they closed in from east and west for the final big battle for full control of ...
Colonel Kadhafi's relationship with Uganda, a campaign to name and shame in Kenya and Eritrea left out in the cold are just some of the stories grabbing headlines in Africa's media.
African leaders are gathering in Addis Ababa to pledge funds to help tackle the food crisis in the Horn of Africa.
Libya takes centre stage in the African press today, with countries like Kenya showing their support for a rebel takeover. Zimbabwe is staying neutral on the subject, but criticises NATO.
Not surprisingly, the events in the Libyan capital Tripoli, where rebels and loyalist forces are fighting for control of the city grab the headlines in the African media.
Libyan and French officials say there is a real chance of negotiating Moamar Kadhafi’s removal from power to bring an end to the stalemate in the four month-old conflict in Libya.
South Sudan has officially become Africa’s newest nation after parliament speaker James Wani Igga proclaimed the fledgling’s state independence in the capital Juba on Saturday ...