South Africa's top appeals court says the authorities have a duty to investigate allegations of torture in neighbouring Zimbabwe.
The Kenyan government is still locked in battle with the ICC and the UK. Kenya and Uganda are at loggerheads over a Lake Victoria island. Besigye and Lukwago spend a night in jail.
Today marks 100 days since Robert Mugabe was reelected president for his seventh consecutive term since he came to power in 1980.
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...
Ruto's ICC trial runs into trouble. Uganda's schools are closed by a teachers' strike. Sudan is furious with the US over a visa.
The French state's financial watchdog wants to slash press subsidies and has its eye on local councils. What will be Merkel's options after Sunday's election in Germany?
The financial black hole that is the French social security budget gets front-page treatment in several of this morning's Paris dailies.
The story of Zimbabwe's railways mirrors its political history - with tracks laid by forced labour under British colonialism falling into disrepair under President Robert Mugabe.
Plans to bring Ruto and Kenyatta to the ICC run into more complications. Zimbabweans get their chance to see Mugabe sworn in. A new case of an Ebola-like disease may have appeared in Uganda.
African newspapers are looking into the reports of Abubakar Shekau’s death, as there is as yet no proof that the Boko Haram leader is actually dead.