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President Jacob ZumaPresident Jacob Zuma of South Africa, visited Owerri, the Imo State Capital of Nigeria on a two-day working visit.

Present at the Sam Mbakwe Airport to welcome Mr Zuma, were the State Governor,

H.E Godwin AdamaThe Consulate General of Nigeria through H.E Godwin Adama has yesterday put out a Press release addressing the issue of the Nigerian national Mr Ibrahim Olamilekan Badmus who died controversially during a Police raid at his home at the Vaal.

The deceased Ibrahim BadmusYet another Nigerian national has become the latest victim of the high number of Nigerians who die controversially in the hands of the South African Police annually. The victim identified as Ibrahim Badmus was allegedly killed at his home at Vanderbijlpark triangle by members of the South African Police Services (SAPS), according to Nigerian witnesses. 

IPOB Members demonstratin in fron of the American EmbassyThe South African chapter of Indigenous People of Biafra South Africa (IPOB) , the organisation at the forefront in the quest to restore back to full sovereignty,

General BuhariPresident Muhammadu Buhari addressed Nigerians on Sunday morning on the celebration of the country’s 57th Independence Anniversary. The president spoke on diverse issues like power, corruption and security.
Read the president’s full speech below.


Pastor Penuel MnguniPastor Penuel Mnguni 
popularly known as the ‘Snake Pastor’ who was reported to have one time told his church members to “undress in church and start masturbating until they reached orgasms.

Ohaneze SA march against Fulani KillingsYesterday 9th May 2016, the entire Igbo community in South Africa under the auspices of Ohaneze Ndigbo South Africa held two successful marches. One to the Johannesburg offices of Amnesty International

Department of Education Recorgnises IgboThe recent decision by the Gauteng Department of Education to have all registrations into schools in the province done online was received with mixed feelings by many parents.

oscarp01Paralympian Oscar Pistorius's plea for parole is postponed yet again. The South African sprinter, charge with five-years imprisonment for the murder of model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, may remain in jail for another month or so due to the delay.

Nigerians protesting gross corruption in GovernmentMr Nimram Longbap-Longs, the President of Arewa, a socio-cultural Nigerian group in South Africa, on Thursday urged Nigerians to support President Muhammadu Buhari in the fight against corruption.

Longbap-Longs told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Bloemfotein, South Africa, that the fight against corruption should not be left to the president alone.

Medics at an Ebola quarantine site Photo: EPA/AHMED JALLANZOABUJA - Ten people have been quarantined after coming into contact with a patient with Ebola-like symptoms in the southern Nigerian city of Calabar, officials said on Thursday, a year after the country was declared free of the deadly disease.

Malusi GigabaHome Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba on thirdsay asked foreign students studying in South Africa to stay on after graduation.

“We want to make it easy and straightforward for those students who are interested in staying in South Africa after graduating to do so. We are developing proposals in this regard which we will announce soon‚” he said in a prepared speech to an International Students Dialogue on International Migration in Johannesburg on the date.

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