South Africa's problems fill many columns in today's papers...
Even though the end of the school year is months away, students in their final year of secondary school are already thinking about what the future élite
Zuma defends his home improvements. Can Motlanthe save SA? A serial rapist has no comment on Aids infection. A diamond smuggler has an original hiding place for 1.7 ...
You don't have to go to college or university to study any more thanks to new technologies. More and more universities, even the most prestigious ones, now provide courses online.
The South African economy and Kenya's election preparations are among two of the stories in today's newspapers.
France is to train Afghan police and army officers as part of a 300-million-euro aid package that Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius was set to discuss with Hamid Karzai in Kabul on Saturday. But
Beleaguered French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault’s was forced to issue a statement on Monday asserting that his government had no intention of legalising cannabis, following comments by ...
Will Europe upset the global apple cart? Will the European fiscal pact mean trouble for the Socialist Party? Should French kids start school earlier?
The Nobel Prize for Physics has been awarded to Frenchman Serge Haroche and David Wineland of the US for their work in quantum physics which could lead to the creation of supercomputers.
Speculation about Sarkozy’s possible comeback, a portrait of an elite school, and a luxury train voyage are in the French weeklies.