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10 MEN INVOLVED IN NIGERIAN ROMANCE SCAMS INDICTED FOR MONEY LAUNDERING CONSPIRACY

Ten men have been charged with conspiring to launder illegal proceeds that were fraudulently obtained as a result of Nigerian romance scam operation targeting multiple victims. Assistant Attorney General Brian

INCOME INEQUALITY WORSENS FOR BLACK AFRICANS, IMPROVES FOR WHITES AND INDIANS

Black African-headed households have the lowest level of access to medical aid cover and earn the lowest wages when employed, Stats SA said in an “Inequality Trends” report on Thursday.

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HOW A CHANCE MEETING WITH TWITTER BOSSES LANDED A NIGERIAN DEVELOPER HIS DREAM JOB

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)A Nigerian software developer has landed a job at Twitter following a chance meeting with the company’s executives during a visit to the country last week. Dara Oladosu

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NIGERIANS SLAM POOR NTA COVERAGE OF SUPER EAGLES MATCH

The Nigeria Television Authority NTA has been criticised by many for the poor coverage of Wednesday’s Africa Cup of Nations match between Nigeria’s Super Eagles and the Squirrels of Benin

HOW NIGERIA DOMINATES AFRICA’S SMARTPHONE MARKET

Multiple data sources show that Nigeria dominates Africa’s smartphone market largely due to population and economic considerations. The International Data Corporation (IDC), a global technology research and consulting firm, reported

TWO MALES ARRESTED FOR DEALING IN DRUGS

DURBAN – Provincial Firearm and Drug Unit with K9 Unit arrested a 36-year-old suspect for dealing in drugs. The suspect was arrested on 11 November 2019 on Fisher Street in

CONSULAR URGES NIGERIANS ABROAD TO BEHAVE WITHIN CONFINES OF HOST’S LAWS

He spoke about efforts between Nigeria and South Africa to strengthen their relations. Nigeria Consul General in Johannesburg, Godwin Adama, has urged Nigerians living in South Africa to go about

WE WILL NOT ALLOW ATTACK ON NIGERIANS, OTHERS – SOUTH AFRICA

Johannesburg — South Africa on Monday said it will no longer allow its citizens to attack foreigners or destroy their businesses in the country under any guise. The Premier of

EIGHT SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE OFFICERS FACE TRIAL OVER NIGERIAN’S DEATH

Eight South African police officers have appeared before the Pretoria High Court for the alleged killing of a Nigerian. They were arraigned on Monday before the court on murder and

MOTSOALEDI: MINORS STILL REQUIRED TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTS WHEN THEY LEAVE SA

JOHANNESBURG – The Department of Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on Monday said South African children were still required to provide supporting documents when they left the country. The minister