The Egyptian Constitution, Germany, politics and not so surpisingly, taxes are among the headlines in today's French Papers.
SA's growth slows. The ANC wants more support from its allies.
France loses its place at the top of the anti-depressants league. French troops prepare to go to the CAR. A new law will punish prostitutes' clients. The Pope wants to spread ...
Kenya is still negotiating with the ICC. Nigeria buys arms. Lagos's sexual violence centre is busy and Tanzania takes up the fight against gender-based violence. Thousands of ...
Tax, pension and bullying in today's papers ...
Today, Kampala may be laying off its mayor, Nigeria looks to London to feed its asylum-seeker, Tanzania wants local chicken and Johannesburg is being sold off, piece by piece.
Many of today's papers have mixed reviews of the weekend negotiations with Iran. "The United States' risky bet" is what Le Figaro calls it.
Security concerns, immigration, fiscal apathy, and social upheaval are all gracing the covers of French magazines this weekend.
France's decision to boost the number of troops in the Central African Republic dominates comment in the French press.
The Nigerian press reacts to President Goodluck Jonathan’s sudden illness in London.