Health workers on strike in Kenya, ICC seeks response on Uhuru’s wealth and Egypt invited the European Union to monitor the referendum on constitutional amendments, all in today's papers.
The African press is still dominated by tributes to Nelson Mandela, Kenya worried about its cross-border problems with Ethiopia, and Uganda focused on a drama at Iganga Police Station.
Kenya bids to protect Kenyatta from the ICC. Communal violence in CAR could get out of control. Kenyan teachers warn of teacher shortages.
Schools in Paris were disrupted by strikes Wednesday morning on the second day of strikes against change to school hours.
French President François Hollande has refused to give in to football clubs' demands not to impose a 75 per cent tax on high earners.
Foreign investors don't like SA strikes. Mining bosses feel unloved. Kenya investigates military looting claims after Westgate.
France's professional football clubs are to cancel matches on the last weekend of November in protest at the government's 75 per
France's TGV and national train services were running almost normally despite a national one-day strike by railworkers on Wednesday, the SNCF rail service announced.
A delegation of three British police officers has arrived in the French Channel port of Calais, where dozens of Syrian refugees have blockaded a walkway, demanding to be allowed into the UK.
The fight against hunger proceeds ... but there's still plenty to do. The dispute over Egypt's Muslim Brothers ban continues.