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HOW NIGERIA CAN ATTRACT AND KEEP THE RIGHT KIND OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Two of the largest banking and financial services institutions in the world, HSBC and UBS, have recently closed their local representative offices in Nigeria. There’s also trouble brewing elsewhere in

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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK UNVEILS ACTIVITY VEHICLES FOR PEOPLE WITH MOBILITY CHALLENGE

The General Manager: Marula Region of the Kruger National Park (KNP) Lucy Nhlapo officially unveiled four activity vehicles today, 4 December 2018 on behalf of KNP Management; which will be

NIGERIA STRUGGLES AGAINST UNEMPLOYMENT, EXTREME POVERTY

ABUJA — Nigeria’s unemployment numbers jumped by nearly 30 percent this year to 16 million, according to a November report by the National Bureau of Statistics. Another two million are

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SEVEN ARRESTED AFTER GLOBAL CITIZEN FESTIVAL ROBBERIES

JOHANNESBURG – Johannesburg Metro Police say it has arrested seven foreign nationals in connection with muggings at a petrol station near FNB stadium after Sunday’s Global Citizen concert. According to

PROF. YEMI OSINBAJO KEY NOTE ADDRESS AT NIGERIAN DIASPORA INVESTMENT SUMMIT

It is evident that our country’s greatest resource is not its material resources but its human resources, the abundant talent, ambitions and energy of our people; qualities that we carry

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D’BANJ SAYS IT’S ON ALL OF US TO END EXTREME POVERTY

D’banj is using his music to contribute towards ending poverty. Dapo Oyebanje, popularly known by stage name D’banj, can be seen as one of the artists revolutionising African music with

BEYONCE, JAY-Z DAZZLE SOUTH AFRICA AT MANDELA TRIBUTE

JOHANNESBURG – Beyoncé led an all-star line-up including Ed Sheeran, Jay-Z and Usher in Johannesburg at a concert to honour the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela on Sunday. The

SA MOTORISTS URGED TO SAVE CASH WHEN FUEL PRICE DROPS

JOHANNESBURG – While South Africans celebrate the upcoming drop in fuel prices, consumers are being urged to save wherever they can with no guarantee around prices for next year. The

PRESIDENT BUHARI DENIES RUMOURS SURROUNDING HIS ILL HEALTH

LONDON – Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday quashed a rumour stemming from his ill health that he had died and been replaced by a lookalike impostor from Sudan, his

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BOKO HARAM RAID KILLS TWO SOLDIERS IN BUNI GARI VILLAGE, NIGERIA

KANO/NIGERIA – Boko Haram jihadists killed two soldiers and seriously wounded five militia members in separate attacks in the troubled northeast of the country, military and militia sources told AFP