The ANC's move to delay the probe into the Nkandla scandal in South Africa, Somalians in Nairobi and Egypt's terrorism act all feature in today's African newspapers ..
Were the bombings at Cairo University Islamist revenge?
A donkey, minibuses, Jacob's Zuma's private farm and Uganda's anti-gay law all make the newspapers around Africa today ..
Egypt first this morning, and yesterday's announcement by the electoral commission in Cairo that the presidential elections will take place on 26 and 27 May.
The Egyptian media react to Field Marshal Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s announcement of his decision to stand in the 17July presidential elections. Nigeria gets tough with dodgy telecom operators.
Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's decision to stand in Egypt's presidential election, from South Africa more on Zuma's private farm, the report on the Westgate shopping centre attack in Kenya - all covered ...
The mass death sentences given to 529 Muslim Brotherhood members in Egypt, Jacob Zuma's luxury farm retreat and the search for bodies in Lake Albert on the Uganda-DRC border are all covered ...
Egyptian left-wingers call on the army to stay out of politics, foreign donors are set to halt aid to Kenya to protest at money-laundering and labour disputes continue in South Africa.
Paralysis in Kenya's education system, Ethiopia and Egypt are at loggerheads over the Nile and Ugandan lawmakers rally for President Yoweri Museveni's sole candidacy in the 2016 election lead ...
South Africa's dispute with Rwanda, Egypt rules new presidential election law and Kenyan leaders cut own pay, are all topics in today's African papers.