Presidents are making the news this morning in Algeria, Zimbabwe and Uganda.
The Nigerian central bank governor is in hot water and the markets are not happy. Official Zimbawe prepares to pay tribute to Mugabe but Zanu-PF appears divided over salarygate.
Is the Uganda army fighting rebels in South Sudan, the constitutional referendum in Egypt and UN concerns over Nigeria's new anti-gay law, are all topics in today's African papers.
The ANC's 2014 election manifesto, funding stalls power project in Zimbabwe and the military intervention in South Sudan are all topics in today's African papers.
Heavy policing for Morsi's trial. South Sudanese refugees bring ammo into Uganda. Ugandan troops' role in South Sudan comes under the spotlight.
South Africa's debt and Robert Mugabe's health are among the stories in today's African papers ...
Corruption in Malawi, poor food production in Zimbabwe and Kenyan teachers are among today's stories in Africa ...
The youth wage subsidy in South Africa, indigenisation laws in Zimbabwe and a grenade attack in Kenya are all topics in today's African papers.
A doctors' strike hits Kenya's public hospitals but private ones try to reap the benefits. Kenyans try to flee South Sudan. Kiir's enemies deny they plotted a coup.
South Africa's top appeals court says the authorities have a duty to investigate allegations of torture in neighbouring Zimbabwe.