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TEN YEARS AFTER XENOPHOBIC KILLINGS, REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS STILL LIVING IN FEAR

Ten years after an outbreak of horrific xenophobic violence claimed 60 lives in South Africa, refugees and migrants are still facing daily discrimination and living in constant fear of physical

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SA IN THE FIELD: RESEARCH ON REFUGEES AND ASYLUM-SEEKERS

In May, Amnesty International South Africa (AISA) headed into the field to conduct research on the rights of refugees and asylum-seekers in South Africa. The purpose of our research is

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NUSA INAUGURATES UPINGTON WARD IN NORTHERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA

The premier of Northern Cape, Honourable Chidi Anyamele and the Deputy-Premier, Honourable Cliff Isreal inaugurated the Upington ward of Nigeria union South Africa Northern Cape Province on the 17th of

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NUSA PRESIDENT, OLUBAJO ADETOLA QUESTIONED NIGERIA’S ENVOY IN SOUTH AFRICA OVER KILLINGS OF NIGERIANS

The killing of Nigerians in South Africa is very painful and remains bitter pill to swallow. In fact, we have been reduced to a pathetic level that we no longer

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NIGERIA-SOUTH AFRICA RELATIONS: A ROLLER COASTER RIDE

Relations between South Africa and Nigeria are pivotal to peace, sustainable development, Pan-Africanism and regional integration in Africa. However, these African powerhouses’ relations have been marked by constant oscillation. As

BLASTS KILL AT LEAST 20 IN NORTHEAST NIGERIA: POLICE

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) – Blasts have killed at least 20 people in northeast Nigeria, police said, while residents said the toll was even higher in the largest attack for weeks

171 NIGERIAN MIGRANTS RETURN HOME ON FIRST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT FROM ZINTAN, LIBYA: IOM

Zintan – Last Tuesday (05/06), IOM, the UN Migration Agency, helped 171 stranded Nigerian migrants return home via the Organization’s first charter flight departing from the Libyan city of Zintan

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‘THIS IS NIGERIA’ – MUSLIM GROUP, MURIC, WITHDRAWS THREAT AGAINST FALZ

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) said it is no longer contemplating court action against Folarin ‘Falz’ Falana, neither is it demanding any apology from him or his management over a

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JUNE 12 COMES ALIVE 25 YEARS AFTER IT WAS BURIED ALIVE

We live in interesting times. Twenty five years ago a gap-toothed general annulled Nigeria’s freest and fairest elections in its history. After a long stretch of the current fourth republic

NEW AGE AFRICA ENERGY PROVIDING FRENCH CAMEROON £ 1.5 BILLION TO FUND GENOCIDE IN SOUTHERN CAMEROONS

It is time for Western governments to pass a Cameroon Divestment Act that will compel governments to cut investment ties with companies and individuals doing business with La Republique du