Quite surprisingly, there are no major reactions in the African papers this morning to the twin suicide car bombings on an army base and a French-run uranium mine in Niger in which at least 20 ...
SA mining companies reel in shock over workers' pay demands. The rand hits a four-year low. but FW de Clerk is upbeat.
The Nigerian army's operation in the northeast against Boko Haram and Raila Odinga's future plans in Kenya are among the stories in today's African press..
The African press is dominated by the situation in Nigeria following President Goodluck Jonathan’s declaration of a state of emergency in the northern states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa.
There are concerns over industrial action at mines in South Africa; Kenya's President chairs a meeting on security issues; and Swaziland imposes flight restrictions...on witches.
Pigs are making front page news in Kenya.
There are a lot of mining stories on South African front pages this morning...
Tackling violence towards immigrants in South Africa and building new homes in Algeria are two of the stories in today's African papers...
The African press is dominated by a massacre of policemen in northern Nigeria by a new cult that has brought a new dimension to the spiral of violence that has rocked the nation.
Today's African press look at South Africa's unemployment and societal unrest, as well as its economic potential. And in Kenya, an explanation of the criminal charges against the President.