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Foreign Affairs Minister Geoffrey Onyeama meets with the Nigerian Community in South Africa

Interactive Session with the Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama and Minister of Interior Rtd. Gen. Abdulrahman Bello Dambazzau at the Nigerian High Commission Pretoria with NUSA National/ Provincial Executives

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Not All South Africans are Xenophobic – Wilson Joel

Wilson Joel, a Nigerian music genius and founder of Doxology Music shared some details about his inspiration, bucket list and his views about the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa

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Can South Africa Sustain Tourism Growth?

While South Africa’s 12.8% increase in the number of overnight tourists recorded during 2016 compared to those recorded during 2015 is laudable, further analysis of the data reveals there’s still

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Sassa crisis: South Africa’s social security payments in chaos

Millions of vulnerable South Africans risk missing out on vital social security payments from next month in a scandal over a government contract, as the BBC’s Milton Nkosi reports. “I’m

Commonwealth Games: Durban, South Africa will not host Games in 2022

The 2022 Commonwealth Games will no longer be held in Durban, South Africa. David Grevemberg, chief executive of the Commonwealth Games Federation, said the city did not meet the criteria

Nigerian Pimp gets 20 years for drugging, raping and trafficking Rosettenville teen

JOHANNESBURG – Ugochukwu Eke was on Monday sentenced to 20 years imprisonment by the Johannesburg High Court for drugging and sexually exploiting an underage girl and living off the earnings

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‘Without foreigners‚ South Africans would be poorer‚’ – South African Institute of Race Relations report says

If xenophobic attitudes escalate and foreign traders are shown the door‚ South Africans are the ones likely to suffer. This idea is explored in a research report‚ titled South Africa’s

South Africa launches hate crime unit with Nigeria

South Africa says it will launch an “early warning” system with Nigeria to track and deter xenophobic attacks following a surge in violence in the rainbow nation. South Africa’s Foreign


JOHANNESBURG – Nigerian foreign affairs minister Geoffrey Onyeama says relations between the two countries are strong, despite the recent incidents of xenophobic violence. Onyeama and his South African counterpart Maite

Foreign Affairs Minister of Nigeria Onyeama and South African counterpart Nkoana-Mashabane Briefs Media

Geoffrey Onyeama: Foreign Affairs Minister of Nigeria and Maite Emily Nkoana-Mashabane: Minister for International Relations and Cooperation of South Africa briefs media in Pretoria, on Monday 13 March 2017, following