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30/10/2014

African press review 30 October 2014

Burkina Faso’s MPs face a historic vote. Zambia buries its former president. Egypt and Sudan fall out over a dam. Press freedom takes a hit in Egypt but it’s even worse in Eritrea.
29/10/2014

African press review 29 October 2014

Burkina Faso is shaken by protests. The US warns of jihadist threats In Egypt. There's dissatisfaction with South Africa's medium-term budget.
28/10/2014

African press review 28 October 2014

Egypt gets a handout from the US and continues its clampdown on protesters. SA police rush to find Senzo Meyiwa’s killers. Malema is in trouble with the police.
16/10/2014

African press review 16 October 2014

Lesotho's army won't let go of its hold on the country's politics. African bonds slide. SA goes in search of offshore oil and gas. An Egyptian court sentences seven to death.
02/10/2014

African press review 02 October 2014

Nobel Peace Prize-winners won't be travelling to SA. France's budget comes under scrutiny. Kenya and the EU fail to reach a trade deal. Uhuru's aides change their line on him going to The Hague.
29/09/2014

African press review 29 September 2014

Kenya celebrates Dennis Kimetto's Berlin marathon triumph and in South Africa there's speculation about Jacob Zuma's future - some of the stories in today's African papers...

24/09/2014

African press review 24 September 2014

Zimbabwe's finance minister wants to cut the public-sector wage bill. SA papers have their eyes on China and the Middle East. Egypt's president is to meet Barack Obama for the first time.
23/09/2014

African press review 23 September 2014

The "Islamic State" armed group, which now controls part of Iraq and Syria, is making quite a few front pages this morning, following its call for the murder of nationals of countries ...
22/09/2014

African press review 22 September 2014

With at least two police officers dead and seven injured following yesterday's bomb attack in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, this morning's Egyptian papers are, tragically, full of explosions.

18/09/2014

African press review 18 September 2014

SA inflation is higher than expected ... but it hasn't stopped the shoppers. Economic Freedom Fighters are thrown out of parliament. Kenyan hecklers try to apolgise to their president.
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