Rail track theft in South Africa, Kenyan politics, and Nigeria's president asks his parliament for an urgent loan to help fight Boko Haram - all in today's papers.
SA’s engineering strike looks set to spread, Kenya’s opposition want troops pulled out of Somalia, auditors find most Kenyan counties misuse public money and Uganda charges 97 in ...
Al Shebab, Richard Branson and alcohol consumption all feature in stories in today's African papers ...
A Sudanese ambassador runs away to London. Peace hopes in South Sudan. Egyptian media look at Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike. Morsi’s trial resumes.
A Kenyan imam is assassinated. SA mine-owners say they may mothball mines. Al-Sissi sticks with the same PM. Boko Haram kidnaps women in Borno state.
Kings, crown princes and ministers turn out for al-Sisi’s swearing-in. Nigeria’s Kano has a new emir. Doctors order Zuma to rest.
Platinum and gold mining in South Africa, and Kenya's president still hasn't taken the pay cut he promised - its all in today's African papers ....
French nuclear energy group Areva has signed a deal with Niger’s government to renew its operation of two uranium mines in the north of the country.
The Nigerian press is horrified by a second deadly bomb attack in the capital, Abuja. Zuma steps into the SA platinum mining dispute. And South Africans abroad have voted.
It's May Day but gloom and doom is predicted for Zimbabwe's workforce. The SA platinum miners' strike looks set to continue.