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We are about democracy, human rights, public opinion, political behavior, civil rights and policy aimed at improving the human condition, with a focus on African countries.

Nigerians can now view YouTube offline

Google boss Sundar Pichai joined members of his executive team on his first visit to Nigeria as the company announced a series of products for the country, including YouTube Go,

Stampede kills 2 at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg

Fans at a soccer match in a South African stadium that hosted the 2010 World Cup final tried to push through the gates on Saturday, causing a stampede that killed

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President Muhammadu Buhari received a delegation of Nigerian Governor’s Forum in London

President Muhammadu Buhari  received a delegation of Nigerian Governor’s Forum led by its chairman, Gov. Abdulaziz Yari in London yesterday. The six state governors who visited President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday

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Self-help vigilante groups are reshaping security against Boko Haram

Boko Haram militants have killed more than 20,000 people and displaced more than 2 million others in north east Nigeria since 2009. At the height of its activities between 2009

FOREIGNERS NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CITY – JOBURG MAYOR MASHABA

JOHANNESBURG – City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba says they’re building housing for South Africans. The mayor says that local government will fast track its programme to develop affordable high-rise

Nigeria suggests dollars for haj pilgrims at below market rate

Nigerian Muslim pilgrims travelling to Saudi Arabia this year should be able to buy their dollars for 200 naira, far below the official rate, the country’s parliament has recommended. A

Feel free to visit Nigeria House, envoy urges Nigerians

Prof. Tijani Bande, Nigeria’s Ambassador/Permanent Representative to the UN, has asked Nigerians to feel free to visit the Nigeria House when in New York, saying it belongs to them. Mr.

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Immigrants are welcome in South Africa – Fikile Mbalula

I dare say, human dignity has no nationality. Our Bill of Rights enjoins us all to confirm that there shall be no moment where we deliberately attack human dignity or

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You are fuelling xenophobia‚ SAHRC warns deputy police minister

Mkongi was quoted in the media last week saying: “How can a city in South Africa be 80% foreign national? That is dangerous. South Africans have surrendered their own city

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7 cheap ways to do good in 67 minutes or less for #MandelaDay

Cape Town – Mandela Day is often spoken about, but not many have the money or time to contribute to the cause. What people do know about it is that