The youth wage subsidy in South Africa, indigenisation laws in Zimbabwe and a grenade attack in Kenya are all topics in today's African papers.
There is only one story dominating this morning, the unemployment figures published yesterday. And it is probably not good news for President François Hollande.
Unemployment in France rose 17,800 in November, up five per cent, despite President Francois Hollande promise to stop the rise in joblessness by the end of the year. But if those working part ...
Despite prevailing economic gloom, consumer spending in France rose in November, according to statistics released on Tuesday.
France's economy will not fall back into recession, as is widely feared, according to national statistics institute, Insee, which predicts a feeble 0.4 per cent growth for the fourth quarter of ...
A study on integrating immigrants sparks controversy. Women fight for their place in French politics. North Korea's future is foggy after a top-level execution. Economic crisis ...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault has signed an agreement to invest two billion euros in Brittany, the western region that has been hit by a wave of job losses and protests against a planned tax on road freight.
Shares in French carmaker Peugeot plummeted on Friday after the US's GM announced it was selling its seven per cent stake in the company.
In 2012, about 124.5 million people, or 24.8 per cent of the population, in the European Union were at risk of poverty or social exclusion, compared with 23.7 per cent in 2008.
French Prime Minister says a new law on Sunday shopping will be introduced for debate in 2014.