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6 Sep 2019
If anyone had any hint or premonition that they would be dealt a heavy blow by an event that happened six hours away in South Africa, they would not have believed. Even though word went round that businesses owned by South Africans would be targeted in reprisal actions after Nigerians suffered xenophobic attacks in some…
5 Sep 2019
A former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, yesterday urged the governments of Nigeria and South Africa to immediately establish a bilateral commission to ensure the protection of their joint national interests.
5 Sep 2019
In the colonial era, it was normal to see whites brutalizing and oppressing blacks as aptly epitomized by the atrocious Trans Atlantic Slave Trade and other similar obnoxious acts. Although colonialism has effectively ended in Africa, the chilling news from the Rainbow Nation simply shows that the equation has changed.
3 Sep 2019
The Nigerian government Tuesday said the special envoys sent to South Africa by President Muhammadu Buhari will among others demand a compensation payment for Nigerians who have suffered loss in the latest waves of attacks on businesses owned by foreigners. South African police said five persons have been killed in the violence. Nigeria’s foreign affairs minister,…
9 Aug 2019
Despite the big-brother role Nigeria played for the abolition of apartheid in South Africa, and the support given to South African businesses in Nigeria to thrive; Nigerians are still being attacked and mindlessly killed in South Africa.
26 Jul 2019
Amid Xenophobic attacks and killings in South Africa, a renowned South African business man has urged coming immigrants to stay away from illegal acts...
16 Jul 2019
President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has condemned the continuous killings of Nigerians in South Africa, warning that the government will no longer tolerate further attacks on its citizens.
23 May 2018
The House of Representatives on Wednesday, called on the Federal Government to institute stiffer measures against South Africa over the endless xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in that country.


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Rwanda said Friday it will reopen its land border with Uganda at the end of the month after a three-year closure, a major breakthrough in efforts to repair ties between the neighbours.
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Toyota retained its crown as the world's top-selling automaker on Friday, having overcome a chip shortage and supply chain woes to beat Volkswagen for a second straight year.
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Malian cotton farmers are set to produce a bumper crop this year, but Mahamadou Konate is worried, belying the smile he wears as he paces through his field.
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Escalating tensions over Ukraine are increasing the risk that nuclear weapons could be used, putting the world in dire jeopardy, the head of the Nobel prize-winning group ICAN told AFP.
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According to Albert Schweitzer, "The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve.” The aforementioned is so apt for top multi-media broadcaster, on-air personality, voiceover artist and talent manager, Adedoyin Ayomide Samuel, who is popularly known as AyRubber and would be among those…