Latest News March 18, 2016
March 18, 2016
news From All Africa
- Egypt: Scans of King Tut's Tomb Unveil Hidden Rooms
[Al Jazeera] Scans of King Tut’s tomb appear to have revealed two hidden rooms – a discovery that heightened speculation the chambers contained the remains of the elusive Queen Nefertiti.
- South Africa: Black Business Council Urges ANC to Navigate Country Through 'Gupta Crisis'
[News24Wire] The Black Business Council (BBC) has urged the democratically elected national executive on Thursday to navigate the country through the crisis of allegations that the Gupta family was influencing the appointments of certain cabinet ministers.
- South Africa: Former ANC MP's Facebook Shut Down by 'Those Who Hate the Truth'
[News24Wire] Former senior ANC MP Vytjie Mentor’s Facebook page was temporarily shut down allegedly by people who did not want to hear the truth, she said on Twitter on Thursday.
- South Africa: Controversial Opposition Party Releases #ZuptaMustFall Music Track
[News24Wire] The EFF has released an upbeat, catchy house music track titled #ZuptaMustFall.
- East Africa: War-Torn Somalia Happier Than Kenyans – UN Report
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Somalia ranks higher than Kenya in the latest World Happiness Rankings.
- Kenya: Drama As Man Is Injured By Lion On Mombasa Rd
[Capital FM] A 63 year old man was on Friday morning injured by a lion that was sighted on Mombasa Road near City Cabanas.
- Uganda: Court Orders Electoral Body to Avail Evidence of Announced Results
[Observer] The Supreme court has ordered Electoral Commission to produce scanned copies of the declaration of results (DR) forms from which it declared the presidential election results at the National Tally Centre at Namboole Stadium.
- Africa: Somalia Ranked Happiest Country in Sub-Saharan Africa
[Dalsan Radio] Somalia ranked happiest country in Sub-Saharan Africa. Only Algerians and Libyans more happier than Somalis in Africa, according to UN report.
- Zambia: Lusaka Hit By Cholera Outbreak
[The Herald] Lusaka -Cholera cases in Lusaka, the Zambian capital, have shot to about 226 despite assurances by authorities that the water-borne disease is under control, state broadcaster reported on Wednesday.
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