President François Hollande visits Africa, infighting continues in the UMP as the scandals keep coming and there’s a warning to Israel that its policies are endangering its future ...
The French weeklies are stunned by new Bygmalion woes for opposition UMP party and Nicolas Sarkozy’s comeback plans.
Legal woes surrounding former French president Nicolas Sarkozy mounted on Monday following a revelation that a fresh investigation is looking into the financing of his failed 2012 re-election bid.
Two of Turkey's largest opposition parties have declared a joint candidate to stand against the country’s prime minister who is expected to make a bid for the presidency in August.
This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the quiz about the Cannes Film Festival. There’s listener letters, great music, and of course, the new quiz question.
This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the quiz about India’s recent legislative polls.
Al-Sisi's declared the winner in Egypt. The SA economy is not doing that badly, a banker claims. Nigeria's new central bank governor will have a tough job defending the naira.
Egypt’s top women’s rights official throws out EU observers, the AU congratulates Malawi, Nigeria’s still grappling with Boko Haram, SA platinum bosses’ offer may not end ...
Morsi supporters demonstrate after Egypt's presidential election. Confusion reigns in Malawi. Nigeria celebrates democracy. And Rwanda joins African Big Brother.
How many really voted in Egypt's presidential poll? Will Malawai have a recount? Can Ramatlhodi end the SA platinum strike?