This morning's prize for the most striking headline goes to South African financial paper BusinessDay. See if you can make head or tale of it.
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.
One smiling face dominates the websites of the Kenyan newspapers this morning.
Civil society groups in Niger are holding a public discussion in the capital Niamey about the country's future contracts with French nuclear energy firm Areva.
Boko Haram threatens the Niger Delta.
South Sudan's military accuse rebel v-p's forces of having foreign backers. An NGO claims cluster bombs are being used. SA police search illegal mining Mr Bigs.
Mine bosses sue a union. SA doomsayers have got it wrong. Kenyan state governors do a lot of travelling.
SA's platinum mine strike shows no sign of ending. Illegal miners resist rescue.
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.