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THE BRUTAL KILLINGS OF NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA, WHAT IS THE CAUSE?

Temitope Ajayi of Nigeria Diaspora Television chats to Nigerians living in Johannesburg about their views of the brutal killings of Nigerians in South Africa. This footage is subject to personal

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SOUTH AFRICA’S ‘DISPOSSESSED’ URBAN POOR CALL FOR LAND REFORM

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As South Africa plans to expropriate land from white farmers, slum dwellers are also hungry for land reform, experts said, as protests, illegal invasions and

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THE OBA OF BENIN TOOK ON TRAFFICKERS. HAS IT HELPED?

The Oba of Benin threatened those manipulating women with black magic curses, bringing a moment of relief in Italy. STORY HIGHLIGHTS In 2014, 1,454 Nigerian women arrived in Italy. In

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WHAT SOUTH AFRICANS THINK OF NIGERIANS

From opinions about Nigeria’s entertainment industry to thoughts about scams and more, these are some of the responses we gathered from South Africans on what comes first to their mind

NIGERIANS TURN TO RADIO SHOW FOR JUSTICE

ABUJA – “Hembe-lembeh!” yells Ahmad Isah, the host of Nigeria’s Brekete Family radio programme. “Olo-lolo!” shouts his audience – more than 100 people who have crammed into his studio, looking

TWO NIGERIANS DEAD AND TWO INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENT NEAR MONTECASINO

Nnamdi and Monday died and two other people were injured in a road crash near Montecasino on William Nicol in Johannesburg last night. Paramedics and Johannesburg Metro Police Department officers

IT IS TIME – PART 3

IT IS TIME – Part 3 What Are The Nigerian Parliamentarians Doing? Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa 2 July 2018 Buhari has failed Nigeria Socially, Economically and security

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IT IS TIME – PART 2

IT IS TIME. Part 2 STATE CAPTURE INVESTIGATIONS IN NIGERIA: Pigs Eat Fellow Pigs. April 2, 2018 Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa. State Capture Investigations in Nigeria have

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IT IS TIME- PART 1

IT IS TIME Part 1: He Who Loves Not His Country Can Love Nothing 17 February 2018 Barrister Austin Okeke Writes from South Africa I shall attempt, in the coming

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THE UK SOLICITS SUPPORT FOR 12 MILLION NIGERIA’S OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN

Targets 8b Pounds Trade Ties By 2020 Irked by the huge number of out-of-school children in Nigeria, the United Kingdom (UK) has called for a renewed investment by public/private sector