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Watch: Latest Skeem Saam Episode 216 S8 for Tuesday, 5 May 2020

On tonight’s episode: There’s a secret grade 12 party at the hotel, and the host is a little too tipsy too early. Marothi takes serious steps to find out what’s wrong with him. Someone gives Wallet hope regarding his dormant literary career that is yet to bloom..

Watch: Latest Skeem Saam episode – 5 May 2020

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Wednesday on Skeem Saam

Rachel is forced to enlist Nimza’s help when she realises she could have made a catastrophic mistake. Alfred and Sthoko are in a tailspin after learning that their learners got up to no good the previous night. Glenda finally gets a breakthrough.

Read all about what’s happening in Skeem Saam in May over here.

About Skeem Saam

Pretty crosses a potentially dangerous line with her brother’s best friend. Charles worries about the release of his nemesis from prison. Clement struggles to get through to Manaka.

The show first aired in October 2011. It has gone on to become one of South Africa’s most beloved dramas. By thrusting teens into adult scenarios, it’s become a hit with TV viewers of all generations. It’s ‘coming of age’ premise continues to set it apart from rival soapies, too.

When and where to watch Skeem Saam

It airs on SABC1 Mondays to Fridays at 18:30, DSTV Channel 191. If you’re unable to catch the latest episode when it airs, we’ll be publishing full episodes shared on SABC’s YouTube channel. Stick with us, and you’ll never miss a show again.

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Kenya demands investigation into fatal plane crash

A Kenyan plane crashed in Somalia, killing six people. Now the Kenyan government want answers from a country they have strained ties with.

Kenya demands investigation into fatal plane crash

Kenya’s foreign ministry Tuesday called for a swift investigation after a humanitarian plane helping the fight against coronavirus crashed in Somalia in “unclear” circumstances, killing all six people onboard.

The Kenyan private cargo plane was undertaking a humanitarian mission related to the pandemic when it crashed Monday afternoon in Bardale district in southern Somalia, the ministry said.

Six people killed

Officials said at least six people were onboard for the short flight from Baidoa to Bardale, some 300 kilometres (180 miles) northwest of Somalia’s capital Mogadishu.

“The aircraft was about to land at the Bardale airstrip when it crashed and burst into flames. All six people onboard died in the incident,” Abdulahi Isack, a local police official, told AFP by phone.

“We don’t know what exactly caused the aircraft carrying medical supplies to crash, but there is an investigation going on to establish the details.”

Kenya urged Somalia “to thoroughly and swiftly investigate the matter because it impacts humanitarian operations at a time of highest need”.

“The incident occurred under unclear circumstances,” the foreign ministry said in a statement, expressing its “deep shock and regret” and offering condolences to the families of the deceased.

“Kenyan and other humanitarian aircraft operating in the region are also urged to enhance extra precaution in light of the unclear circumstances surrounding the incident,” the ministry said. 

The Al-Shabaab militant group is active in southern Somalia, but the area where the crash occurred is under the control of government and Ethiopian troops.

Soldiers from Ethiopia and Kenya are among those deployed to Somalia as part of an African Union (AU) peacekeeping mission fighting the Islamist insurgents, who control swathes of countryside.

Major General Mohammed Tessema, spokesman for the Ethiopian National Defence Force, said he had no information about the crash and referred questions to “armed force commanders in Somalia”.

Crash comes amid tension between countries

In a statement, Somalia’s transport and civil aviation ministry expressed its “deep regret” over the crash and said the government was conducting a “thorough investigation”.

It said the Embraer 120 twin-turboprop was operated by African Express, which is headquartered in Nairobi.

The crash comes amid strained ties between Kenya and Somalia.

Last month, Kenya accused Somali troops of an “unwarranted attack” over its border near Mandera, a northern outpost town, describing the incident as a provocation. 

Somalia has meanwhile long accused its larger neighbour of meddling in its internal affairs, something Kenya has denied.

Kenya’s foreign ministry said in a statement late Tuesday that Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo had phoned his Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta to “express his regret and convey condolences for the loss of life and property” as a result of the crash.

By Agence France-Presse (AFP)

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