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FOREIGNERS FLEE TO UN OFFICES IN CAPE TOWN, DEMANDING HELP TO LEAVE SA

Foreigners descended on the UN High Commission for Refugees’ (UNHCR) office in Cape Town from Tuesday, trying to convince officials that they need safe passage out of SA. Crowds gathered

BUHARI’S VISIT TO SOUTH AFRICA EASED TENSIONS. BUT MORE NEEDS TO BE DONE

AFP Olayinka Ajala, University of York There were mixed feelings among Nigerians over President Muhammadu Buhari’s state visit to South Africa because of the recent xenophobic attacks in the country. While many Nigerians

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TOO MANY SOUTH AFRICANS REMAIN TRAPPED IN POVERTY. THESE ARE THE CONSEQUENCES

With increasing poverty, we face the real threat of losing our humanity and becoming a more criminal society. There will not be enough prisons to contain our violence President Cyril

FEW CITIZENS HOLDING MOST OF NIGERIA’S WEALTH —BUHARI

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday said that a significant proportion of Nigeria’s prosperity today was concentrated in the hands of a few people. He said those few people were currently

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SA HAD NO JURISDICTION TO TRY ME FOR BOMBINGS, SAYS CONVICTED NIGERIAN TERRORIST HENRY OKAH

Convicted Nigerian terrorist Henry Okah (54) is launching a court application seeking to declare that South Africa had no jurisdiction to try him for bombings in the strife-torn Niger Delta

NIGERIA’S POPULATION, A LIABILITY NOT AN ASSET – SANUSI

Nigeria’s huge population which currently stands at about two hundred million is a liability and not an asset. This is according to the Emir of Kano, Mohammed Sanusi II who

FEDERAL HIGH COURT ORDERS FORFEITURE OF N280M ‘LINKED’ TO INVICTUS OBI

According to reports by the cable, A federal high court in Lagos state has ordered the forfeiture of N280 million reportedly belonging to Obinwanne Okeke, a Nigerian entrepreneur who is

RAMAPHOSA OPTIMISTIC SA WILL BENEFIT FROM AFRICAN TRADE DEAL

AFP PRETORIA – Following talks with his Nigerian counterpart, President Cyril Ramaphosa is optimistic South Africa will benefit through the African Continental Free Trade Area. In his weekly newsletter, Ramaphosa

‘HOW AFRICAN LEADERS CAN TACKLE XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS’

As African leaders settle down to address the recurrent xenophobic and Afrophobic attacks in South Africa which have claimed the lives of over 200 nationals in recent years, international relations

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WHY I AIRLIFTED NIGERIANS FROM SOUTH AFRICA – AIR PEACE BOSS

The Chairman of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, has urged Nigerian youths to explore the opportunities in the country, saying selfless service could open doors of prosperity. Onyema said he decided