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.
Angolan journalist Queiros Chiluvira has been handed a suspended jail term for broadcasting a man's distressed calls from a police cell as he tried to get help for a fellow detainee.
Angola, which is an OPEC member, is well-known as Africa's second oil producer after Nigeria. Its oil is helping power its post-war economic boom. But opposition figure, Abel ...
Uhuru Kenyatta’s swearing-in ceremony is the main topic in many African newspapers today, as the new Kenyan president took the reins of power with a pledge for an all-inclusive ...
Jean-Pierre Marthoz, senior adviser to the Committee to Protect Journalists, discusses the embarrassing takeover of the Portuguese press by Angolan government-backed tycoons.
Angola's government has suspended a Pentecostal church from conducting any activities for 60 days.
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