Travel

SOUTH AFRICA HOSTS THE FIRST ANNUAL AFRICAN RANGER AWARDS

Over 50 wildlife rangers from throughout Africa were honoured for their contribution to conservation on the continent during a ceremony in Cape Town, South Africa. The awards event was attended

Travel 0 Comments

WHY YOU NEED TO VISIT DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA, IN JULY

Durban July is not a month—it’s a race. A thoroughbred horse race. A very, very grand one—South Africa’s premiere race, held since 1897 on the first Saturday of July, at

Business 0 Comments

WILL NIGERIA AIR SUCCEED WHERE OTHERS HAVE FAILED?

The Nigerian government is making its third attempt at a national carrier with operations expected to launch in December 2018. Officially named Nigeria Air, the airline’s logo and livery were

Opinion 0 Comments

NEO-SLAVERY IN ITALY? THE CASE OF NIGERIA’S MIGRANTS IN THE BOOT

Italy’s race relations between white Italians and its African migrants and black Italians, while not stellar may not be as dire as race relations in America, but economic opportunities afforded

HOME AFFAIRS DG – PARENTS NO LONGER HAVE TO TRAVEL WITH CHILDREN’S BIRTH CERTIFICATES

As part of its modernisation programme, Department of Home Affairs has scheduled upgrades to its offices across the country to begin on 13 July. The department’s Director-General, Mkuseli Apleni says

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

FIVE THINGS MOST NIGERIANS DO ON VACATION ABROAD

Nigerians travel a lot. That’s a given. However, they all seemingly engage in the same set of activities whenever they find themselves in a foreign land. In a video which

Business 0 Comments

NIGERIA IS AFRICA’S MOST PROFITABLE ROUTE FOR SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS – CEO

Mr. Vuyani Jarana, was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of South African Airways in November 2017 with a simple mandate to restructure the airline and return it to

Community 0 Comments

SOUTH AFRICA’S HOME AFFAIRS ‘TREATS US LIKE DOGS’, SAY FOREIGN NATIONALS DESPERATE FOR RESIDENCY PAPERS

With more than 1.7 million foreigners living in South Africa one would expect that the government would have a smooth operation to document and assist foreign nationals. A visit to

Business 0 Comments

VFS GLOBAL KEEPS MUM AS NIGERIANS CONDEMN EXTORTION BY VISA PROCESSING FIRM

A visa processing, VFS Global, has been on the receiving end of criticisms after a PREMIUM TIMES report revealed how the company extort Nigerians who seek its services. While angry