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PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA VISITS NIGERIA ON WEDNESDAY

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa will be visiting Nigeria on Wednesday for the first time since taking over power from Jacob Zuma in February this year. President Cyril Ramaphosa is

CHINA BUILDS CLASSROOMS FOR NIGERIAN SCHOOL TO BOOST GRASSROOTS FRIENDSHIP

ABUJA, July 8 (Xinhua) — China has handed over a block of two newly constructed classrooms to the Nigerian government with an aim of boosting the standard of education in

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HOW TO JUDGE THE SUCCESS OF THE BRICS SUMMIT? THREE QUESTIONS WILL DO THE TRICK

The 10th BRICS summit to be hosted by South Africa is going to be closely watched. It comes at a time when extraordinary global political and economic challenges are facing

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CAMEROON’S NIGERIAN BUSINESS COMMUNITY IS FLEEING AS THE ANGLOPHONE CRISIS DEEPENS

Kumba, Cameroon The economy of the troubled English-speaking regions in northwest and southwest Cameroon is slowly grinding to a halt as the long-drawn out security crisis is forcing local businessmen

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE A PROPERTY’S PRICE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Correctly pricing a home is not a mathematical equation – a number of factors play a role in determining what is a fair price. Here are some of the factors

THE COSTS OF BUYING A HOME IN SOUTH AFRICA

Many people consider the costs associated with buying a home purely from the point of the property purchase price, as well as the added payments you would have to service

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PROPERTY MARKET IN SOUTH AFRICA AND THE GENERATION Z

Gen Z, have very different values to the Millennials that preceded them. Here’s why this generation will be heading back to the suburbs. Generation-Z (people born after 1998) are obviously

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CAN MY NEIGHBOUR BLOCK MY VIEW?

What are a homeowner’s rights when a neighbour’s new building threatens to block their view? Uncovering the issues at the heart of the endless debates on protecting a view In

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COLLAPSED BANK CEO CASES POINTS TO WEAKNESSES IN NIGERIA’S JUSTICE SYSTEM

Nearly ten years ago the Central Bank of Nigeria conducted a deep assessment of the country’s banks. The 2009 exercise exposed large-scale fraud committed by a number of CEOs. To

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MORE FOREIGNERS ARE BUYING PROPERTIES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Buoyed by positive sentiment in the country since the start of the year, foreign buyers are snapping up South African property again. Although some observers had predicted that foreign interest