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COFFEE: BLACK IS BETTER

Not too long ago, many Americans considered drinking coffee a nutritional vice. Today however, we know that a daily cup (or more!) of joe can offers multiple health perks. In

ECOWAS SET TO CURB IRREGULAR MIGRATION

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) says it is set to enhance efforts at curbing irregular migration as well as the management of the internal and external borders

Ten things to remember in a hijacking

JOHANNESBURG – With a number of high profile hijackings having taken place in recent months, it’s important to be prepared. On Wednesday night, Rhythm City actor Dumi Masilela died after

Google StreetView may reduce builders’ fraud in Nigeria

The recent introduction of Google StreetView which allows viewing 360-degree images of streets in Lagos, Nigeria will allow Nigerians in the Diaspora to view houses that are being built for

ONE DEGREE IS NOT SUFFICIENT IN THE NIGERIAN HOUSEHOLD – YVONNE ORJI ON #FreshBreakFastShow

‘Molly’ from “Insecure” is in Johannesburg for the NBA Africa week because she works with Lebron James on the “uninterrupted” digital platform. It is her first time in South Africa

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Foreigners Complaim of VFS poor immigration services in South Africa.

There have been complaints about certain poor services rendered by Vfs South Africa. Vfs which offers outsourcing and technological solutions to governments and diplomatic mission worldwide works with the South

20 years gone, tribute flows for Fela

Today is the 20th year since Afrobeat legend and activist, Fela Anikulapo Kuti passed away. The legendary singer, composer and multi instrumentalist died on August 2nd, 1997. Nigerians remember Fela

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MASS ARREST OF 40 GAY MEN IN NIGERIA MAY HARM HIV FIGHT: ACTIVIST

ABUJA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The mass arrest of more than 40 Nigerian men suspected by police of performing homosexual acts at a party in Lagos could hinder efforts to

MASS NIGERIAN ARRESTS FOR ‘HOMOSEXUAL ACTS’ IN LAGOS STATE

More than 40 men have been arrested in Nigeria over the weekend for performing homosexual acts, police say. They are due to appear in court later. Nigerian newspaper Punch reports

NIGERIA NEEDS NEW CONSTITUTION, NOT AMENDMENT – ROBERT CLARK

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Robert Clark, has called on the National Assembly to consider reviewing the provisions of Section 145 of the 1999 constitution to provide for a decisive