SA's front pages ignore Hollande's visit. But papers there do have space for a rugby kicking tally. Zambia issued arrest warrants for missing football players.
Security is a concern for the editors of both centrist Le Monde and communist l'Humanité this morning, while Le Figaro is worried abotu cattle-rustling, which ...
François Hollande in South Africa, and the AU's decision to try to protect serving heads of state from prosecution are two of the stories covered in today's papers ..
Thirty years on from a milestone protest march in France, some papers reflect on life today for ethnic minorities. Tax and the economy are also widely covered ...
Attempts to stop Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta's trial at the ICC and Zimbabwe's indigenisation policy are among today's subjects ...
The weekend second round vote in the municipal by-election in the tiny French town of Brignoles is all over this morning's front pages.
France's weeklies look at tragedyin the Mediterranean and the rise of the far right in French politics.
All eyes are on the far right as it hopes for victory in a local by-election. Is China going to buy into Peugeot-Citroën?
Wars, conflicts and strife are the favourite themes of the French papers when it comes to headlining on Africa but there is one exception.
Tutu lashes African leaders for threatening to walk out of the ICC. Kenyatta alleges witnesses have been bullied and bribed.