Is there still hope for François Hollande?
The crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR) and the passing of Nelson Mandela continue to dominate the front page stories of the French dailies for the second day running.
The African press is dominated by tributes to Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first post-aparthied president, an icon of the ruling African National Congress described as the large African ...
Bloodletting in the Central African Republic and the passing of Nelson Mandela dominate French papers this Friday.
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.
This morning's front pages are dominated by preparations for tomorrow's Franco-African security summit in Paris and ukrainian demonstrations to support European Union integration.
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?
As predicted in yesterday's press review, this morning's front pages are full of the failure of the French secondary education system.
More on Kampala's deposed Lord Mayor, polygamy and divorce in Swaziland, radical islamists in Mombasa - all in today's African papers ..
France is doing badly in separate international ratings for corruption and ecucation, according to this morning's front pages.