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Egypt Tycoon Jailed for Diva Murder Freed After Presidential Pardon Africa News Crime Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

Egypt Tycoon Jailed for Diva Murder Freed After Presidential Pardon

Egypt, Africa (Mckoy’s News) – Egypt Tycoon Jailed for Diva Murder Freed After Presidential Pardon: Cairo (AFP) – An Egyptian real estate tycoon jailed for the murder of a Lebanese pop diva was freed Friday as part of a presidential pardon for hundreds of detainees, security officials said. State television said President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi pardoned a total of 502 prisoners... Read More
How Long Will Nigeria Survive as a Single State? Africa News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

How Long Will Nigeria Survive as a Single State?

Nigeria, Africa (Mckoy’s News) – How Long Will Nigeria Survive as a Single State?: Nigeria is under threat.?: Nigeria is under threat. The West African country has the biggest population and second-largest economy on the continent. It is also one of the most ethnically diverse countries in Africa. The faultlines between ethnic groups have recently come to the fore. Nigeria’s... Read More
South Africa Court Allows Secret Zuma No-Confidence Vote Africa News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

South Africa Court Allows Secret Zuma No-Confidence Vote

South Africa (Mckoy’s News) – South Africa Court Allows Secret Zuma No-Confidence Vote:  South Africa’s highest court has ruled that a vote of no-confidence against President Jacob Zuma can be held in secret. The constitutional court said that the Speaker of parliament had the right to order such a move. She has previously said she did not have the power.... Read More
Cape Town’s Worst Drought in Over a Century Africa News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News World 

Cape Town’s Worst Drought in Over a Century

South Africa (McKoy’s News) – Cape Town’s Worst Drought: The worst drought in a century is forcing the most stringent water restrictions ever implemented for South Africa’s second largest city. Cape Town has less than 10% of its useable water remaining for its nearly 4 million residents. The city is implementing Level 4 water restrictions, which ask residents to limit... Read More
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