Malema re-elected as head of South African radical left
The controversial head of South Africa's far-left Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, was re-elected unopposed as at a party congress in Johannesburg.
Women seek end to international intrusion on Africa
Women have called for unity on the continent to end the international community’s subjugation of Africans. Speaking to The Guardian at the recent African Women In Dialogue (AfWID) in Johannesburg, South Africa, founder of Move Somalia Forward, Ms. Fadumo Dayib...
Black Stallions depart for Johannesburg next week
The Nigeria rugby national team, Black Stallions will depart the country on November 5 for Johannesburg, South Africa, which is the venue of the rugby 7s Japan 2020 Olympics qualifiers.
Kudos to Allen Onyeama
I have just seen the video in which Allen Onyeama, chairman of Air Peace Airlines, broke down in tears inside the aircraft he had dispatched to bring some Nigerians back home from South Africa.
Angst over unending xenophobic attacks on Nigerians
In the last couple of years, many Nigerians have been extra-judicially killed in South Africa, either by the South African police, or locals in circumstances that further lend credence to recurring dislike-of-foreigners in the country by South Africans.
Buhari to visit South Africa after xenophobic attacks
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to pay a state visit to South Africa in October, the South African presidency said Saturday after a spate of xenophobic violence in Johannesburg caused tensions between the countries.
Why Nigeria misses out of Africa's top 10 profitable routes
Nigeria has missed out on the top 10 rankings of the most profitable routes in Africa operated between 2018 and March this year. According to industry observers, this may not be unconnected with low traffic demand and flight frequencies, lack of tourism destinations, and the absence of dominant carriers on the international front.
Nigerian Taxify driver shot dead in Johannesburg
The Nigerian Union South Africa on Sunday confirmed the untimely death of Benjamin Okoronkwo, a 43-year-old Taxify driver from Okposo, Ohaozara Local Government of Ebonyi.
Theresa Attah- Azuzu wins Nigerian Next Supermodel 2018
After weeks of intense preparations and anticipation, Theresa Attah-Azuzu, 16, has emerged winner of this year’s edition of the Nigeria’s Next Supermodel competition. The glitzy event, which held at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, last Sunday, saw 15 finalists slugging it out for the crown that was eventually clinched by Theresa. The winner took…
Close up on Nigeria consulate in Johannesburg
Happy days are back at the Nigeria Consulate in Johannesburg. Both staff members and visitors and, indeed, people that have one business or the other to transact with the High Commission, are having a swell time. No, it’s not because Christmas, the season of love, peace and goodwill to all men is drawing close, but…