Zimbabwe takes the EU to court, cuts in perks for South Africa's bigwigs, more from Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto's trial at the ICC - all in the papers today...
China's food needs have worldwide repercussions. The US is accused of listening to Mutti. And there's a look at France's depressing unemployment situation.
Madagascar prepares for a presidential poll in which half the country can't vote. SA's crime intelligence boss is suspended. Kenyan journalists fear censorship is in the ...
Facts contradict some prejudices on immigration. The government is compared to a late-night bar. And bosses may be let off more social security contributions.
Kenya's parties push ICC to drop Kenyatta charges. The case against Ruto weakens. The IMF likes Kenyan economic policy.
Pigs, chickens and slave labour are on this morning's front-page agenda. They're all to be found in the western French region of Brittany.
SAA's plans for an airport hub in West Africa and violent political slogans are among the subjects in today's African dailies ..
The "Leonarda affair" is still very much alive on the front pages this morning.
A far-right electoral win worries most commentators. A secret government memo warns of anger and cynicism among the electorate.
The "Leonarda affair" which has polarised opinion in France since Thursday is still very much on every front page this morning.