Uganda's press complains of censorship. Will Barack Obama skip Kenya on his next Africa tour? And why has Zimbabwe's Chamber of Mines fallen out with the government?
There are a lot of mining stories on South African front pages this morning...
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Zimbabwean police arrested two journalists from an independent newspaper earlier this week on allegations of "falsehoods".
In Nigeria, 55 died in an attack by the Islamist group Boko Haram. Also, a Zimbabwean journalist is arested, and Sudan's president expresses hope for a future reunion with South Sudan.
Arts and crafts dominate this year's Harare international festival of the arts with product designs and handicrafts on prominent display.
Confusion over South Africa's role in the Central African Republic, and good news for Kenya's Central Bank from yesterday's treasury bond auction - two of the stories in today's African ...
In today's African press, claims Tunisian jihadist fighters are fighting for Al Shebab in Somalia; unions in South Africa step up wage demands; and Nigeria sells off state electricity assets.
Monitoring corruption in both Nigeria and South Africa is a key subject in today's newspapers..
The African press is dominated by suspense in Kenya over the makeup of the new cabinet, an HIV/Aids epidemic facing children in Nigeria and a battle over Nelson Mandela’s millions in South ...