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Watch the as the President meets First Lady at the finishing line of the First Lady's Half Marathon with a warm congratulatory embrace.
A few free spirited and brave Capetonians stripped down and hopped in the saddle to raise awareness about eco-friendly transport and cyclist safety. Check out these pics.
A recent survey found that 77% of women think about money more often that they think about sex. Unsurprisingly, men don’t feel the same.
Horrified bystanders watch as ‘blank-faced’ pregnant mom drives her screaming kids into the waves.
A new study shows that diets high in protein can have severe negative health consequences in the long term.
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People will lie about their sexual behaviour to match cultural expectations about how men or women should act, research shows.
Egyptian police said they arrested a man suspected of carrying out a deadly bomb attack in the capital Cairo, accusing him of having fought with jihadist groups in Syria.
An Egyptian court has sentenced 14 men to be hanged for the revenge killing of a merchant and his daughter in a village north of Cairo, reports say.
Egyptian giants Al-Ahly do not know where they will host Tanzanians Young Africans -- just three days before a crucial CAF Champions League clash.
Bosnia coach Safet Susic has slammed the country's fans for jeering Edin Dzeko during a 2-0 friendly defeat against Egypt in Austria, adding that he was also not overly concerned by the outcome of the World Cup warmup.
Egypt’s army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi says he couldn’t ignore demands for him to run for president and will take official measures soon, a report says.
An Egyptian appeals court has postponed a request by lawyers to appoint new judges in two trials involving ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi.
Two Egyptian policemen have been sentenced to 10 years in jail for the killings of a blogger whose death rallied protesters in the 2011 revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt’s military-installed authorities are tightening their grip on mosques by laying down the theme for the weekly sermons, in the latest move to curb Islamist dissent.
A son of deposed Islamic president Mohammed Morsi has been freed after being arrested on suspicion of possessing hashish, judicial sources say.
Egypt’s new military-installed PM says security is his top priority, with police and soldiers facing near daily attacks since the July ouster of Islamic president Mohammed Morsi.
Egypt's new prime minister has urged a halt to all protests and strikes to give the nation a breather to rebuild after more than three years of deadly turmoil.
An appeals court in Egypt has upheld 10-year jail terms for two railway workers convicted after a 2012 train crash killed 47 schoolchildren, judicial sources say.
Egypt’s interim president has reshuffled the country’s top military council and installed the nation’s military chief as its leader for the first time.
Egyptian security officials say unidentified assailants have killed a policeman in a drive-by shooting in the country’s north, the latest attack on security forces.
An Egyptian criminal court has sentenced 26 people to death for founding and leading a “terror group” that aimed to target ships in the Suez canal, judicial sources say.
Egyptian Prime Minister-designate Ibrahim Mahlab has reappointed several ministers in his new government, including Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim, a report says.
Egyptian gas company officials say an explosion has hit a natural gas pipeline in the restive Sinai Peninsula, an attack similar to militant strikes on pipelines that have proliferated in recent years.
Libyan police have found seven Egyptian Christians shot dead on a beach in eastern Libya, in the second such execution-style killing since the start of the year.
Egyptians have been left surprised after the country’s military-installed government resigned en masse ahead of a presidential poll.
Egypt’s top prosecutor has accused former president Mohammed Morsi of passing state secrets to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
Egypt’s army-backed government has resigned, a report says citing an unnamed source who said the decision was made after a 15-minute meeting of the cabinet.
The resignation of Egypt’s military-backed government is likely to pave way for army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to declare his candidacy for president.
Their campaign against Islamist President Mohammed Morsi helped the army topple Egypt's first freely elected leader, but some leaders of the Tamarud movement have broken away.
Al-Jazeera journalists, including four foreigners, are set to go on trial in Cairo for allegedly supporting the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood in a case that has sparked accusations Egypt is muzzling the media.
Egyptian football club Al-Ahly must shrug off dismal domestic form if they are to win a record-extending sixth CAF Super Cup title.
The Islamist militant group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis has told tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack anyone who stays in the country after a deadline of 20 February.
A militant group based in the Sinai has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on an Egyptian bus in the desert peninsula that killed three South Korean tourists and an Egyptian driver.
An explosion has ripped through a bus near a border crossing between Egypt and Israel in the Sinai Peninsula, killing four tourists and the driver.
South Korea has voiced shock and outrage at the bombing of a tourist bus in Egypt that killed three of its nationals as well as the Egyptian driver.
A bombing that killed three South Koreans and an Egyptian driver on the Sinai Peninsula targeted a bus filled with Korean Christians who had saved for years to visit biblical sites.
Egyptian police believe a suicide bomber triggered the blast in a bus that killed three South Korean tourists and the Egyptian driver.
Egyptians will rise up against military rule because of widespread human rights abuses and economic hardships, says a former presidential candidate.
Egypt's state news agency says a drive-by shooting on a highway east of Cairo has left three policemen dead.
A US embassy official says Egyptian authorities have held a local employee for nearly three weeks without charges.
Egypt defied Kenya's home ground advantage to qualify for the volleyball World Championships, which will be played in Poland.
Egypt’s ousted president Mohammed Morsi says protests by his supporters and the violent crackdown against them are useless.
Egypt’s state agency says judicial authorities have set 20 February as the starting date for the trial of 20 people, including four foreigners, they say worked for the Qatar-based Al Jazeera network.
Egypt has accused the Muslim Brotherhood of creating a military wing to attack security forces, a move likely to increase pressure on the group already facing a massive crackdown.
Residents say two explosions went off in the space of two minutes in the Egyptian capital followed by ambulance sirens.
A bomb has targeted a police checkpoint on a flyover in Cairo’s twin city of Giza, wounding three police, according to a report.
Giants Egypt have launched their quest for the Africa qualifiers for the World Men's Volleyball Championship without two key players, who failed to get release from the European clubs.
Egypt’s top military commander Abdel Fattah al-Sisi says he has decided to run in the presidential elections scheduled for April.
Less than half the journalists accused by Egypt’s military-installed authorities of being part of a “terror cell” involving Al-Jazeera actually work for the network, the channel says.
Swine flu has killed 24 people across Egypt over the past two months.
Egypt’s prosecutor general is referring at least 200 people to trial, including top leaders of the ousted president’s Muslim Brotherhood group.
Illicit currency dealing continues to thrive in back alleys and money changing shops, despite extraordinary steps taken by the central bank.
Egyptian military officials say troops backed by helicopters have raided suspected militants' hideouts in the Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 20 and wounding 25.
Unknown only two years ago, the head of Egypt’s military, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, is riding on a wave of popular fervour that is almost certain to carry him to election as president.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) announced that Othaya Member of National Assembly by-elections will be held on 29 April, 2014. Read more...
A 30-year-old man was arrested in possession of a G3 rifle and 41 rounds of ammunition at Sabaki police check point in Malindi. Read more...
A 38-year-old man was lynched in Vihiga County, after he allegedly raped and seriously injured a thirteen-year-old minor. Read more...
Gospel music dominates the list of the most downloaded music tracks in Kenya. Read more...
Kenzo's new video for the hit song 'Nipe Kidogo tu' has a new video where he tries to describe the type of woman he likes. Read more...
Tanzanian rapper Nikki Mbishi has a new track, with a name Jay Z will be very familiar with. Read more...
The current pay-cuts being pledged and ordered by the government will not help reduce the high level of government spending a civil society group has said. Read more...
The government insists that use of Alcoblow is perfectly legal and will survive numerous battles in court. Read more...
There will be no leadership vacuum at the Orange Democratic Movement ODM despite Raila Odinga's absence. Read more...
Parliament is ready to reduce its salaries just like other government agencies, majority leader Aden Duale has said. Read more...
President Uhuru Kenyatta has made a historic trip to Ethiopia, his first state visit to an African country where he is expected to address a number of issues. Read more...
The move to re-open the Kenyan embassy in Somali has been lauded as brave and an indicator of the country's big brother role in the region as a whole. Read more...
The election of Mary Wambui Munene as Othaya MP was null and void, a court of appeal sitting has reiterated. Read more...
Business came to a standstill for hours in Narok town after students of the Maasai Mara University took to the streets to protest the attack of three of their colleagues by unknown people. Read more...
President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that the government will not raise taxes to tackle the problem of rising wage bill in the country.
A man was electrocuted in Mweiga Township, Nyeri county while attempting to siphon oil from a transformer. Read more...
Two people were killed and nine houses torched when fighting broke out between two communities living along Nyakach, Kericho border. Read more...
CORD leaders have challenged the government to restructure and incorporate Provincial Administration into the devolved units saying that governors were supposed to replace PCs. Read more...