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Sunday Edition Returns to Braamfontein This Weekend For 5th Installment

Here's everything you need to know about the Sunday Edition happening this Sunday in Braamfontein in association with OkayAfrica.

After a successful first four events, the fourth installment of the Sunday Edition event series, in partnership with OkayAfrica, is taking place this Sunday at Neighbourgoods Market in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

If you haven't been attending, you've been missing out on a curated offering of music, art, food and fashion. The event series is a celebration of the city and urban culture.


An essential showcase of Joburg's street food scene offers the city's boldest and brightest street chefs and hole-in-the-wall restaurateurs.

The freshest local streetwear labels and vintage clothing merchants exhibit their goods and a revolving exhibition of street artists, print makers and sidewalk industrialists display and sell their work.

Rooftop bars supply beer buckets, crafted cocktails and Altos Tequila specials, and an open-air dance floor at the center of it all.

This week's line-up and set times:

13:00 Congo Muffin

14:30 Mvelo

16:00 Oh Those Guys

18:00 Lelowhatsgood

More details about the event on the poster below. Tickets will be sold at the door for R50.

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The series is set in a world where black people are the ruling class, while white people deal with discrimination and prejudice.

Stormzy has landed a lead role in a drama developed by BBC and Roc Nation, Variety reports.

He's set to play Kolawale in Noughts & Crosses, an adaptation of novels from Bajan-British author Malorie Blackman. His character is a newspaper editor and was created solely for the TV series.

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Listen to Ibibio Sound Machine's New Album 'Doko Mien'

A blend of electronic sounds and '70s West African disco.

Ibibio Sound Machine are back with their latest album, Doko Mien.

The UK-based group, fronted by Nigerian singer Eno Williams, expertly blend electronic sounds with West African influences, taking cues from '70s West African disco.

They just dropped their latest single, "Wanna Come Down," which the band describes as an "infectious jam from the album that mixes disco, '80s electro with English and Ibibio language lyrics." Doko Mien, the title of the group's new album. means "tell me" in Ibibio.

"Music is a universal language, but spoken language can help you think about what makes you emotional, what makes you feel certain feelings, what you want to see in the world," mentions Eno Williams.

Listen to Doko Mien below and catch Ibibio Sound Machine on their North American tour (dates below).

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At Least 60 People Killed In Fatal Bus Collision In Ghana

Several people are mourning the victims as well as the tragic loss of life that has occurred throughout the continent this month.

A head on collision of two buses early Friday morning in the Bono East region of Ghana has killed at least 60 people, according to the AFP.

The fatal accident took place on the Kintampo-Techiman highway in Kintampo—an area just under 300 miles north of Accra—after which one of the buses caught on fire.

The devastating accident has left several others with serious injuries. "Most of the passengers in both vehicles died at the spot. A number of them with varying degrees of injuries have been rushed to hospital," a police spokesperson told BBC Africa.

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