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Your Tonight Guide for a lit weekend



If you’re looking to relieve the stress that the week has imposed on you, we have got you covered with a list of who is playing what and where tonight.

1. DJ Mohsem Kamel @ The Tap East 

For reservations, head over to their Facebook Page,

2. Feedo & Doggy Dogg @ The Tap West

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3. Friday Fever ft. Akladios, Shawky, & Kitchen Crowd @ Cairo Jazz Club

What is better than a DJ in a club? Three DJs! Tonight, CJC is hosting a number of house driven DJs; Akladios, Shawky and Kitchen, it’s a night you don’t want to miss out on!

Location: 26th July St., Agouza, Giza, Egypt

For reservations, call 01068804764 or visit their Facebook page:

4. Ma Yatloboh Al Mostam3oon ft. Mohamed Fouad & DJunkie @ Cairo Jazz Club 610

On the other side, at Cairo Jazz Club 610, Al Guezira Plaza, Sheikh Zayed, Mohamed Foad is performing, as well as DJunkie. So whether you’re feeling nostalgic or wanting some hot tunes, CJC has got you covered with both!

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The ‘How and where to spend this weekend’ Guide




We have gathered some diverse events that can be attended over the weekend, from plays to concerts to exhibitions, we hope this list of events help ease your choice on where and how to spend you weekend.

1. ‘Egyptian Images from Australia’ Exhibition.

For the artistic ones, El Amir Taz Palace is hosting an exhibition named Egyptian Images from Australia, where a variety of unique compilation of photographs are being showcased; that reflect the historical links between both the Egyptian and Australian cultures.

The admission is for free, and is available till the 28th of February.

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2. ‘Quality Used Cars’ Exhibition.

Darb 1718 is hosting the event ‘Quality used cars’, a photography exhibition by Björn Larsson and Akay from Sweden.

Admission is for free, and available till the first of March.

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3. Red Bull Car Park Drift

This Friday, New Cairo’s Al Manara International Conferences Centre is hosting the Red Bull Car Park Drift; where all car enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies will gather.

Ticket price: EGP 150

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4. ‘3 Ayam X El Sa7el’ Play

Who in their right mind would want to miss a play by Mohammed Heniedy? Hosted in Movenpick Hotel Media City and available till the 23rd of February.

Tickets prices start from: EGP 200 to EGP 1000

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5. Amr Diab Concert

Name a better way to spend you weekend, other than swaying to some Amr Diab’s songs. Hosted by Misr University for Science and Technology, tickets prices start from EGP 400 to EGP 1000.

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Egypt takes over the presidency of the African Union




Egypt has been appointed the presidency of the African Union last Sunday, for the first time in its history.

The African Union was established back in 2002, and included 55 member states; the union was then preceded by the Organization of African Unity (OAU), that was established in 1963.

The OAU was committed to liberating African countries from colonialism and instability in the region. It also provided African countries with an official platform that discusses human rights, security, healthcare and developmental issues.

The position of chairmanship was granted to President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi during an opening ceremony of the 32nd African Summit, in Ethiopia’s Addis Ababa.

The ceremony took the theme of “Year of Refugees, Returnees and Internally Displaced People.” Seeing that it aims at discussing issues of political instability and insecurity, plus a number of topics that relate to the sustainable developments plans of the AU’s 2063 Agenda.

Foregin Minister Sameh Shoukry had attended preparatory meetings that were held prior to the summit, these securing meetings and negotiations with several African states ensured bilateral relations.

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Vatican and Al-Azhar standing against extremism




Earlier on Monday, the Vatican and Egypt’s Al-Azhar mosque and university had signed a document regarding the fighting against extremism.

The signing took place in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi, in the presence of Pope Francis to the Arabian peninsula, a visit that is considered to be a historical one; that attempts at outreaching Muslims on his behalf.

The Pope is the first leader of the world’s 1.3 billion Catholics to visit the Arabian Peninsula, and his visit also included the attending of an interfaith meeting in the UAE.

Today, the country expects its largest public gathering ever, that includes an open-air mass for 135,000 of the Muslim country’s million Catholic residents.

Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed expressed his delight in meeting the pontiff and described Abu Dhabi as the ‘homeland of tolerance”.

He also tweeted, “We discussed enhancing cooperation, consolidating dialogue, tolerance, human coexistence and important initiatives to achieve peace, stability and development for peoples and societies.”


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