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SOUTH AFRICA’S DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE PLAYS POPULIST IMMIGRATION CARD

As elsewhere in the world, migration is increasingly at the centre of South Africa’s public and political debate. For the first time, the country’s official opposition party, the Democratic Alliance

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PRESIDENT BUHARI MEETS FIRST BLACKMAN ELECTED SENATOR IN ITALY

Mr Toni Iwobi, of Nigerian origin and domiciled in Italy for 41 years, is the first black man ever to be elected senator. On the sidelines of the 73rd United

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ROYAL MAJESTY OBA BABATUNDE ADETOKUNBO ELEJESI OF EJESI IFE KINGDOM VISITED SOUTH AFRICA

Barely in less than a month to the Association of the Yoruba in Diaspora 3rd Heritage day, One of the Ooni of Ife Royal council His Royal Majesty Oba babatunde

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RAMAPHOSA TO UNVEIL MANDELA STATUE AT UN HQ ON HERITAGE DAY

While South Africans celebrate Heritage Day on home soil on Monday, President Cyril Ramaphosa will extend the country’s historic legacy by unveiling a statue of late president Nelson Mandela at

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WHAT’S THE TRUE NUMBER OF UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS IN SOUTH AFRICA?

Researched by Gopolang Makou In his trademark black hat, South Africa’s police minister said his department will work “with lightning speed” to turn around an increase in crime. Minister Bheki

ABUSE OF NAIRA NOTE – BANK ARE TO BLAME FOR DIRTY NAIRA NOTES

According to Okarafor, the banks are to blame for this problem. “Lower denomination notes have greater velocity of circulation, meaning they are frequently in use and get abused. Several factors

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KOFI ANNAN’S WIFE IN TEARS; FLAGS FLY HALF MAST FOR BURIAL

The former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Atta Annan has been laid to rest today (September 13) in his native Ghana, after a state funeral that will be attended by people

THERESA MAY FLIES INTO NIGERIA FOR TALKS ON HOW TO TACKLING MODERN SLAVERY AND ILLEGAL MIGRATION

The prime minister already announced £4bn of extra British support for African economies during the first leg of her trip on Tuesday. She also insisted her “sensible” Brexit plans will

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HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER GIGABA ALLAYS SECURITY FEARS OVER HOME AFFAIRS DEPT SYSTEM UPGRADE

JOHANNESBURG – Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says that South Africans should not worry about the security of their personal details as the department moves towards eliminating paperwork by digitising

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SUNNYSIDE PRIMARY SCHOOL PRETORIA THREATENS TO REMOVE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS’ KIDS

A year since Eastleigh Primary in Edenvale sent a letter informing “all foreign parents” that their children would not be allowed onto school premises if they could not prove their