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SA's platinum mining strike looks set to drag on. A record number of parties will stand in the general election. Cairo's drivers have a poor sense of direction. Al-Sisi is accused of bribery.
Sissi drops presidential hints. Egypt bans Hamas. Why Egypt owes Cate Blanchett a meal. SA striking miners soften their stance. Why Nairobi residents are walking to work.
Presidents are making the news this morning in Algeria, Zimbabwe and Uganda.
Boko Haram and political sackings in Nigeria, clashes in South Africa are among the stories in today's papers ...
The headlines on the front page of South African financial paper, BusinessDay, would leave you wondering just where the country is headed . . .
SA platinum miners strike against an "aparthied wage structure". There are claim and counter-claim about Sisi in Egypt.
Police examine what they seized in Mombasa mosque raid. Kenya's Anglican archbishop is worried about gays. Kenyatta's ICC case takes a new turn. A Ugandan judge lashes the attorney general.
The storming of Kenya's controversial Masjid Musa Mosque and in South Africa, the collapse of the merger of the Democratic Alliance and Agang opposition parties - all in today's papers..
Today in African headlines: South Africa sees last week's hopes for a solid opposition dashed, Rwanda looks to Paris for justice, Kenya’s top politicians have new reasons to dread The Hague, ...
A shake-up in South Africa's politicsis predicted. There's no end in sight for SA's mines strike. A starving Kenyan woman feeds her children dog meat.