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1 Apr 2022
A fraud syndicate which operated out of Johannesburg, South Africa, and swindled a US-based company out of around $500,000 was taken down in raids across the South African city on Thursday. The South African Police Services' Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), also known as Hawks, and FBI agents arrested seven people believed to be…
13 Feb 2022
South African police fired rubber bullets and stun grenades Sunday at a protest in Johannesburg against migrant workers that drew some 200 people, many of them unemployed. 
2 Sep 2019
Nigeria Monday said it will take "definitive measures" as xenophobic attacks against Nigerian-owned businesses continue in South Africa. Describing the attacks as sickening, Nigeria's foreign affairs minister Geoffrey Onyeama said South African police protection for Nigerian businesses has been "ineffective". "We will take definitive measures," Onyeama said, describing the attacks as "sickening and depressing". The…


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Newly-appointed Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel said on Saturday he was stunned at being offered the position.
58 mins ago
Banks in satellite towns of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), on Saturday opened for business as directed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
1 hour ago
At least 19 people were killed when a tornado and severe storms swept through the US state of Mississippi late Friday, authorities told ABC News. Search and rescue operations were underway in Sharkey and Humphreys counties, about 70 miles (110 kilometers) north of state capital Jackson, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) said, according to…
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Fiercely outspoken Rwandan government critic Paul Rusesabagina, whose efforts to save people during the 1994 genocide inspired the Hollywood film "Hotel Rwanda", has been freed from prison after more than 900 days behind bars. Rusesabagina was released late Friday away from the media glare and will return to the United States after the Kigali government…
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The European Union and Germany on Saturday said they had struck a deal after a dispute over the planned phaseout by 2035 of the sale of cars using fossil fuels.