Seven South Africans who were on the tourist bus in Egypt when a bomb exploded, have been admitted to hospital. Twenty-five South Africans and other nationalities were on the bus when the explosion took place near a new museum being built close to the Giza pyramids.
The bus was carrying the tourists from the airport in Cairo to the pyramids. Meanwhile, a 24-hour call centre has been opened to assist the families of South Africans in Egypt, following the bus explosion.
The public can contact 012 351 1000 if they would like to verify the whereabouts of their loved ones. Click below for more on the story: