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15 Nov 2019
South African politician and activist Julius Malema has become the subject of backlash following his support of Nigerian Afro-pop artist Burna Boy. A few weeks ago, The Guardian Nigeria reported that the Nigerian Afro-fusion artist was scheduled to perform at "Africa Unite", an anti-xenophobic concert in South Africa. This news was met with negative reactions…
24 Sep 2019
At age 38, Julius Sello Malema, the Commander-in-Chief of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), a maverick political party in the Republic of South Africa, has shown that the age of Methuselah and Solomon’s wisdom...
Say NoTo Xenophobia
16 Sep 2019
In 1948, after the Nationalist Party took over the affairs of South Africa, attempts to define segregation came into play. In what would become South Africa’s darkest reign of terror, the Apartheid evoked sentiments that would later alter the mental capacity of the black majority in the African nation. During this time, the Nationalist Party…
16 Sep 2019
Last week was so tumultuous, bitter-sweet; filled with different levels of national and international activities that I found it difficult to make a choice on a subject for my weekly essay.
6 Sep 2019
It is absolutely impossible to view the recent spate of killings and sundry mayhem inflicted on fellow Africans from other countries by native South Africans as anything other than an African tragedy...
5 Sep 2019
The Secretary-General of the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), Anthony Sani, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to petition the African Union (AU) over the attack by South Africans on Nigerians before it degenerates into a diplomatic crisis.
3 Sep 2019
South African police minister Bheki Cele Monday said criminality, not xenophobia, should be blamed for the attacks on foreign-owned businesses in the country. “Nothing... has sparked any form of conflict between the South African and foreign nationals,” Cele said. Cele’s comment contrasted the views of Nigerian, Ethiopian and Zambian authorities after many businesses owned non-South Africans…
9 Aug 2019
As an Ijaw man, Mr. Omoyele Sowore, is easily a fisherman. And being accustomed to fishing, he has progressed in fishing for trouble. Being a member of a large, polygamous family, Sowore must have come face to face with the vagaries of rural life.
26 May 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari’s second term, which is billed to commence on May 29, 2019 offers him and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) a unique opportunity to right the observed shortcomings in the outgoing 2015 to 2019 dispensation.   The incumbent president and his party came into office in 2015 riding on the lofty ideals…