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Buhari hails Mandela, condemns Xenophobia

President Muhammadu Buhari has commended former South African President, Nelson Mandela for his rare virtues, especially in the promotion of peace, unity and reconciliation. Buhari spoke on Monday evening at the declaration of Nelson Mandela Decade of Peace at the UN headquarters in New York in commemoration of the centenary...

Buhari congratulates President Ramaphosa of South Africa

President Muhammadu Buhari congratulates Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa on his election today as the President of the Republic of South Africa. The President also felicitates with the African National Congress (ANC)), and the Government and people of South Africa, on the peaceful transfer of power that resulted in the election of...

South Africa taking Nigeria for granted? What Presidency plans over xenophobia attack

Senior special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Foreign Affairs and DiasporaHon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has again condemned the incessant extra judicial killing of Nigerians living in South Africa. She said the continuous killings showed that South African government was downplaying possible retaliation by Nigeria. In a statement on Saturday by her...

Policeman kills police girlfriend, then kills himself

  A policeman has shot his girlfriend dead and also killed himself at the KwaDabeka police station in Durban, South Africa. The two police officers were found dead following what is believed to have been ‘a murder suicide’. Spokesperson of the police, Captain Nqobile Gwala, said that an officer from Crime Intelligence...

Bride bares breasts in stunning pre-wedding photoshoots

The beautiful Zulu bride, Sbahle Mpisane, was baring her breasts in the photoshoots for her marriage along side her bridesmaids, who covered up. Zulu tribe in South Africa never sees women exposing breasts as a something strange, rather it is part of their tradition to show the feminine beauty of...

Xenophobia: Senate, Reps divided over South Africa trip

By Olakunle Adeniyi The Senate has separated itself from the trip to South Africa by the Nigerian lawmakers over xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other foreigners by South Africans. The decision to withdral from the said trip was communicated by Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, saying both upper and lower chambers...

South Africa: Government on second day of 21st International Aids Conference

Remarkable progress has been made in reducing the rate of growth in new HIV infections - the virus that causes Aids. Better education, the availability of drugs that fight the spread of the virus and the prevention of HIV transmission to newborn babies have all played a role. But it is...

Pastor Oyakhilome faces jail terms in South Africa

South African Government says Pastor Chris Oyakhilome may go to prison for not complying with its regulations on how he operated his church...has summoned for their registration certificate, statement of accounts, ordination certificate and their annual financial statements from 2012 till date.

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