The African press is still dominated by tributes to Nelson Mandela, Kenya worried about its cross-border problems with Ethiopia, and Uganda focused on a drama at Iganga Police Station.
William Janak, the president of Kenya's correspondents' association, talks about controversial media laws that were voted on by parliament on Wednesday.
Plans for a new tax in Kenya, Kampala's power struggles, East Africa's integrated payment system, debt in South Africa - all in today's papers.
Does Washington want to kiss and make up with Nairobi? Is Kenya's press freedom under threat? What have SA's unions got against e-tolling? Does the country need nuclear?
More on Kampala's deposed Lord Mayor, polygamy and divorce in Swaziland, radical islamists in Mombasa - all in today's African papers ..
Police violence in Kampala and the African Development Bank returning to its home in Côte d'Ivoire are two of the stories in today's papers ....
When five young London-based musicians went to Kenya on a charitable interactive music project in 2009, they scarcely imagined some four years later they would be playing support to Atoms of ...
A new railway in East Africa, a jailed hip hop artist and a partnership against terrorism are among today's headlines in the African Press.
SA's growth slows. The ANC wants more support from its allies.
Kenya is still negotiating with the ICC. Nigeria buys arms. Lagos's sexual violence centre is busy and Tanzania takes up the fight against gender-based violence. Thousands of ...