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Nigeria Government urges African Union to intervene over ‘South Africa killings’

Abuja (AFP) – Nigeria on Monday urged the African Union to step in to stop what it said were “xenophobic attacks” on its citizens and other Africans in South Africa.

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SA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ‘DEEPLY CONCERNED’ OVER PRETORIA WEST, ROSETTENVILLE VIOLENCE

JOHANNESBURG – The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) says its deeply concerned about the looting of foreign-owned shops and destruction of property by residents in Atteridgeville in Pretoria and

Black First Land First condemns Afrophobic attacks in Pretoria West

“When brothers fight to the death, a stranger stands to inherit their property” – African Proverb. The Black First Land First (BLF) movement condemns the recent black-on-black violence in Pretoria

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South Africa Land Redistribution Debate Gains Momentum

PRETORIA — A small but noisy group of South African activists gathered Friday in the nation’s capital to bring attention to an issue that is gaining momentum at the highest

How Nigeria Spent $61 Billion For Black South Africans To Fight Apartheid.

In a rare show of brotherly love to South Africa, Nigerians made tremendous sacrifice contributing to the destruction of apartheid in South Africa. Students in Nigeria skipped their lunch to

South African Police Prefer Arresting Nigerians

Research revealed that South African police prefer to arrest Nigerians because Nigerians are much more eager to offer bribes. Also, whilst an average South African offers a bribe of R20

If you wear a camouflage shirt in Nigeria, you will be fined #10 (Naira). Ridiculous!

The Nigerian Criminal code recommends that any found guilty of wearing a camouflage may be fined #10 (Naira). #10 (Naira) in Nigeria today is $0.22. A Nigerian lawyer based in

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Not all Nigerians are drug dealers in South Africa

Nigerianisation of crime is a worrisome phenomena that pervades South Africa. Though there are thousands of Nigerians doing well in South Africa but the media has subjectively spotlighted and focused

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Top Nigerian Artists Perform in South Africa

King Saheed Osupa, top Nigerian Fuji musician, Evangelist Lanre Teriba, a gospeller and Olaniyi Afonja popular called Sanyeri are currently in South Africa performing to their teeming Nigerian fans. Information

Weekend of xenophobia and violence in South Africa

Nine people have been arrested after a weekend of violence and police raids in Rosettenville, Johannesburg, which has rendered several families homeless. One person was charged with arson while the