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THE NIGERIA AMBASSADOR MET THE LEADERS OF AYIDSA AND THE MEMBERS OF HALL OF PALADINS IN PRETORIA

As part of the efforts to foster unity among Nigerians in South Africa and to find long-term solutions to the problems facing Nigerians in South Africa, Ambassador Musa Ibeto met

#RUSTENBURG TAXI OPERATOR SAYS DRUG LORDS HAVE TERRORISED THEM

Rustenburg – At least four houses suspected to be brothels were burnt down in Rustenburg, in the North West, on Wednesday. This was after taxi drivers apprehended four people in

PROPERTIES SET ALIGHT IN RUSTENBURG PROTEST

Potchefstroom – Several houses have been set alight and people injured in ongoing violent protests in Rustenburg on Wednesday afternoon, North West police said. Police spokesperson Brigadier Sabata Mokgwabone said

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CHIBUIKE INNOCENT NWOSU REMANDED BY CAPE TOWN COURT ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING CHARGES

A 39-year-old man was remanded following his appearance on Monday in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court in connection with human trafficking, the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) said on

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MORE THAN 20,000 BABIES BORN ON NEW YEAR DAY IN NIGERIA, BUT MANY WILL NOT SURVIVE TODAY

As you ring in New Year 2018, keep this thought in mind: some 20,210 babies will be born in Nigeria on January 1, according to the United Nations Only India

TIME FOR THE NIGERIA MISSIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA TO ACT OVER PASTOR TIM OMOTOSO’S CASE-AYIDSA

The Asspciation of Yoruba in diaspora visit Mrs Omtosho in Durban on 24 December 2017 One of the key objectives of the association of Yorubas in Diaspora South Africa is

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THE NIGERIA AMBASSADOR TO SOUTH AFRICA AND THE CONSULAR GENERAL DELIVERED KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT THE ASSOCIATION OF YORUBA IN DIASPORA AYIDSA 2017 HERITAGE DAY

Association of the Yorubas in Diaspora ( AYIDSA) held its 2nd heritage week 2017 and the end of the year party in Pretoria on the 16th December 2017. There were series

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TWO NIGERIANS IN PRETORIA GUILTY OF TRAFFICKING

A high court judge in Pretoria found two Nigerian men guilty of human trafficking yesterday – the first judgment of its kind in the court’s history. Judge Ronel Tolmay found

CRIME AWARNESS DAY EMPOWERS HOPEWELL COMMUNITY

With drug abuse, vandalism and theft in Thornville in KwaZulu-Natal Midlands becoming more rampant, a partnership has been formed between the local police services; the community; and Tongaat Hulett to

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DEPUTY MINISTER GODFREY OLIPHANT OPENS ONE-STOP SERVICE CENTRE IN KURUMAN, NORTHERN CAPE

The One Stop Health Service Centre is aimed at providing integrated services to both active and ex-mineworkers where TB and occupational lung disease assessments, as well as administrative services for