There are concerns over industrial action at mines in South Africa; Kenya's President chairs a meeting on security issues; and Swaziland imposes flight restrictions...on witches.
Pigs are making front page news in Kenya.
There are a lot of mining stories on South African front pages this morning...
How much is organisational effectiveness worth? Has the ANC run out of excuses? Gold Fields Ghan hit by strikes. The Marikana commission will not be going to Pretoria.
In Kenya, the President-Elect and his defeated opponent both called on their supporters to remain calm after the Supreme Court upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's election victory.
Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich hails from the Eastern Donbass region and draws most of his support from there.
Will Kenyatta be summoned to the Hague? Can SA's public service be fixed? And is there dirt to be dug in the mining sector?
Kenya's elections and possible changes to the Zimplants platinum mining deal in Zimbabwe are among the subjects in today's papers...
As the French military intervention in northern Mali continues, many countries in the region have been affected by the fallout.
SA unemployment goes down. Alleged DRC plotters are rounded up in Limpopo. Anglo-American doesn't like a new mining law.