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Workers injured as bridge collapses in Kenya

Several workers were injured, when the Sigiri Bridge collapsed at Busia County on Monday, just days after President Uhuru Kenyatta inspected the facility.

May to spend extra 1-billion pounds on Northern Ireland, after DUP deal

Prime Minister Theresa May will provide 1-billion pounds in extra funding to Northern Ireland over the next two years, following a deal her government struck with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on Monday.

Bahrain takes veiled swipe at Turkish President

The crisis unfolding in the Arab world took a new turn on Monday, after Bahrain's Foreign Minister, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa took a veiled swipe at Turkey for involving itself in the dispute with Qatar.

Fight against terror in Lake Chad Basin loses momentum

Hopes of achieving peace in the troubled Lake Chad Basin have taken a knock this week, after Chad President Idriss Deby confirmed the there were significant financial obstacles to overcome.

JAM presenter Almarie releases new single

South African musician Almarie du Preez released her first single titled 'Jy Vir May' this month, and expectations are exceptionally high.

Soccer star Lehlohonolo Majoro is expecting baby number 2

The talented Cape Town City FC soccer star, Lehlohonolo 'Major' Majoro and Dhivia Nkhatha are expanding their little family with another little bundle of joy that is already on its way. They are pregnant!

SA animation wins big across three continents

June has been a fantastic month for the South African film industry, following the performances of the animation, Revolting Rhymes.

Sunu's One Source campaign wins gold at Cannes

South African director Sunu collected a Gold award in the Entertainment category, at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity this week.

South Sudan refugees - Fastest growing emergency in Africa

Plans are afoot to raise in the region of $2-billion, which will will be used to help African countries cope with the refugee crisis facing that continent.

Yemen cholera cases reach 200 000

The crises in Yemen reached epic proportions this week, after the United Nations confirmed that the number of people affected by the cholera outbreak in that country now exceeded 200 000.

5.6-million children risk contracting disease around Lake Chad basin

More than 5.6-million children face the risk of contracting waterborne diseases in the countries that are near or around the Lake Chad basin.
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