A donkey, minibuses, Jacob's Zuma's private farm and Uganda's anti-gay law all make the newspapers around Africa today ..
Nigerian security forces clash with Boko Haram and women demonstrate against them. The ANC vets potential candidates.
One smiling face dominates the websites of the Kenyan newspapers this morning.
Nigeria is reeling from Boko Haram violence. François Hollande and other European leaders promise solidarity.
European countries are angry about Uganda’s anti-gay law. SA growth slows for third year in a row as an election looms. Kenyan MPs demand more money. Mobile banking means more fraud.
Uganda's new anti-homosexuality law, the latest political developments in Egypt and a giant mango all feature in today's African papers ..
The Ugandan president has signed a controversial anti-homosexuality bill into law. Under the act, gays could be jailed for life.
Presidents are making the news this morning in Algeria, Zimbabwe and Uganda.
SA's platinum mine strike shows no sign of ending. Illegal miners resist rescue.
The day after major demonstrations in Paris and Lyon, by the Manif Pour Tous movement Interior minister Manuel Valls appeared keen to reassure protestors.