DA Concerned About Mining Safety At Mponeng Mine

[DA] The DA is concerned by news of yet another underground incident at the Mponeng mine in Carltonville. The latest incident, in which two miners were killed, follows two more fatalities at the same mine two weeks ago.

[DA] The DA is concerned by news of yet another underground incident at the Mponeng mine in Carltonville. The latest incident, in which two miners were killed, follows two more fatalities at the same mine two weeks ago.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Egypt Says Discovery of Void Inside Khufu’s Pyramid Needs More Study

[Egypt Online] The Ministry of Antiquities on Thursday denounced hasty publication of a study on mysterious void discovered in Egypt’s Great Pyramid by researchers of the Scan Pyramids project.

[Egypt Online] The Ministry of Antiquities on Thursday denounced hasty publication of a study on mysterious void discovered in Egypt's Great Pyramid by researchers of the Scan Pyramids project.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Egypt’s Bourse Gains 10.8 Billion Pounds in Week – Indices Up

[Egypt Online] The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) gained 10.8 billion pounds this week as the market capital went up 1.4 percent to 780.7 billion pounds compared to 769.9 billion pounds in the previous week.

[Egypt Online] The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) gained 10.8 billion pounds this week as the market capital went up 1.4 percent to 780.7 billion pounds compared to 769.9 billion pounds in the previous week.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Democracy Continues to Evade the People of the Democratic Republic of Congo

[Daily Maverick] The DRC’s Joseph Kabila and other African leaders, including South Africa’s Jacob Zuma, propagate strategic partnerships to serve their own interests. It’s time to do (or redo) the Independence Cha Cha. By KATE JANSE VAN RENSBURG.

[Daily Maverick] The DRC's Joseph Kabila and other African leaders, including South Africa's Jacob Zuma, propagate strategic partnerships to serve their own interests. It's time to do (or redo) the Independence Cha Cha. By KATE JANSE VAN RENSBURG.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

‘Happy’ Zuma Declares Nuclear ‘The Winner’ During Visit to Steve Biko Academic Hospital

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma was so pleased with what he witnessed at Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria on Friday that he mentioned his happiness four times, asked for a bed, and reminded us that nuclear is “the winner”.

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma was so pleased with what he witnessed at Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria on Friday that he mentioned his happiness four times, asked for a bed, and reminded us that nuclear is "the winner".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Former New Zealand Prime Minister Discusses Position of Women With Prime Minister Jugnauth

[Government of Mauritius] Encouraging and lifting the participation of women in decision making positions in Parliament as well as increasing the number of women workforce along with gender equality issues were at the fore of discussions this afternoon…

[Government of Mauritius] Encouraging and lifting the participation of women in decision making positions in Parliament as well as increasing the number of women workforce along with gender equality issues were at the fore of discussions this afternoon between the Former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Mrs Helen Clark, and the Prime Minister Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Displaced People in Congo and Central African Republic Receive WFP Food Assistance From China

[WFP] More than 280,000 people in the two countries will benefit from China’s contribution, which will allow WFP to provide rice, pulses and oil, as well as distribute specialized nutritious food to prevent malnutrition among pregnant and nursing women…

[WFP] More than 280,000 people in the two countries will benefit from China's contribution, which will allow WFP to provide rice, pulses and oil, as well as distribute specialized nutritious food to prevent malnutrition among pregnant and nursing women and children under five.

source: AllAfrica News: Central African Republic