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Nigerian Union’s strategy for ending attacks against Nigerians

Nigerian Union’s PRO Emeka Collins post the organization’s strategy for ending attacks against Nigerians in South Africa via their Facebook page and they are as follows; 1. Joining hands with

Police monitor tense situation with Nigerians in Witbank CBD

Police were dispatched to calm a tense situation in the Witbank CBD on Thursday where a shop was damaged and looted and people were assaulted, reports the Witbank News. The

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Nigerian Union South Africa met with the SA Police, Home Affairs and other organisations in Kuruman

The Nigerian Union South Africa leadership in the company of Nigeria High Commission Official, Mr. A.K. Balogun, held a meeting with the Kuruman Police Cluster with the district stakeholders (

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Nigerians in South Africa Preparing To Return Home.

Many Nigerians who live in South Africa are planning to return home claiming South Africa is becoming more hostile to them. Other than the threats by some South Africa communities

WHY SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN CHOOSE FOREIGN MEN

South African women talk candidly on why they date foreign men South Africa has struggled to shake off its tarnished image following the violent xenophobic attacks that flared in the

Nigerians get ultimatum to leave South Africa

Nigerians living in some parts of South Africa are under serious threat as indigenes gave them an ultimatum to leave the country or face grave consequences. The Nigeria Union in

Who is Tim Omotoso?

Who is Tim Omotoso? A mini-documentary about the public opinion of Pastor Tim Omotoso. This is what you will not see on the media as described by the producer of

Western Cape battles fires‚ strong winds and massive waves

Provincial local governance spokesman James-Brent Styan confirmed‚ in an update at 1am on Thursday‚ that 8,000 to 10,000 evacuations had taken place in the town of 77,000 residents. “The fire

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg hails Lola Omolola founder of women support group

ABUJA – Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has praised a US-based Nigerian woman for running a secret support group on the social media platform where more than one million women discuss

If We don’t buy African, who will? – Femi Koya

Femi Koya was recently interviewed on Morning Live at SABC 2 before his performance at the MTN Bushfire in Swaziland. He spoke about many things about his music and message of unity