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01/07/2015

African press review 1 July 2015

The debate continues in South Africa about whether a chicken coop and a swimming pool constitute security upgrades at Presedent Zuma's private home in KwaZulu Natal.
01/07/2015

French press review 1 July 2015

The battleground of the Greek economy continues to gets the editorial snipers' trigger-fingers itching. No one seems to know what will happen next.
30/06/2015

African press review 30 June 2015

The South African press raises waste management as a national emergency, and the scandal of "jumbo" wardrobe allowances of Nigerian lawmakers underscores the extent of graft in Africa's ...
30/06/2015

French press review 30 June 2015

“Pay Day” for Greece as the deadline to service its 240-billion-euro loan from Western creditors expires tonight.
29/06/2015

African press review 29 June 2015

We begin in Nigeria where there are growing concerns about President Muhammadu Buhari’s style of government following his failure to appoint a cabinet a month after his inauguration.

29/06/2015

French press review 29 June 2015

Greece is in the fangs of all the national dailies after Athens calls off debt reform talks and announces a referendum on creditors' proposals, to be held days after a repayment deadline.

28/06/2015

French weekly magazines review 28 June 2015

The identity debate thrives on French fears of terrorism and migrants' invasion of Europe from the Mediterranean.

27/06/2015

African press review 27 June 2015

African columnists disturbed by South Africa's graft-scarred reputation, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's blunt message to a popular cartoonist and a 900-euro dinner in Nairobi for Lupita ...
27/06/2015

French press review 27 June 2015

French papers offer a grim reminder that France must be ready to live with the new terrorism threat, after the decapitation of a company boss and the hoisting of the Islamic State group's flag on the ...
26/06/2015

African press review 26 June 2015

The blame game breaks out in South Africa as President Jacob Zuma unveils a damning report on the Marikana killings.
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