News concerning South Africa's rich and Egypt's journalists in some of the African papers today ...
There's a lot of confusion in Nigeria, reflected on this morning's front pages...
As the 24th African Union Summit kicks off in the Ethiopian capital later this week on the 30th, today marked the first day of the 26th session of the Executive Council.
Nigerians go to the polls on 14 February to elect their president and members of the National Assembly and that's the story which dominates today's papers there.
Kenyan teachers return to work after a court rules their strike illegal. A Liberian doctor battles Ebola. Military men squeeze out technocrats as leaders of African nations.
The continuing storm over the Charlie Hebdo killings in Paris last week are still grabbing attention in some parts of Africa.
Independent dailies in Egypt report on the court's decision to send three Al Jazeera journalists for re-trial.