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XENOPHOBIA: EVACUATION OF NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY

There are several indications that evacuation of Nigerians in South Africa might begin on Wednesday according to the Nigerian Mission in South Africa after another round of protest was held on Sunday with armed Protesters chanting various songs on the Streets of Johannesburg according to an online report saying foreigners must leave. Reports from Sowetan Live, a South African based …

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MUGABE: FAMILY, GOVERNMENT DIFFER OVER BURIAL ARRANGEMENTS

MUGABE: FAMILY, GOVERNMENT DIFFER OVER BURIAL ARRANGEMENTS The Mugabe’s family seems to differ with Mnangagwe on the choice of where the former president will be interred whether in his rural homestead Zvimba in a ceremony involving local chiefs, or at the National Heroes Acre — a hilltop shrine in Harare commemorating guerillas killed during the liberation struggle. Leo Mugabe who …

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TEACHERS IN KENYA PUSHES FOR HIGHER SALARIES, TRIPLE PAYMENT

Teachers in Kenya have asked Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) to triple their salaries within the next two year for 2021-2023. This was contained in a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) entered into which is expected to replace the current CBA92017-2021). According to an Online report, Daily Nation revealed that The Kenya National Union of Teachers(KNUT)wants the basic salary of the lowest …

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COURT ORDERS POPULAR NIGERIAN PASTOR, VICTIM TO APPEAR OVER RAPE ALLEGATIONS

A Nigerian Pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, Founder of the Common Wealth of Zion Assembly,(COZA) who was accused of Rape earlier in June this year by Mrs. Busola Dakola, a photographer and wife of a popular Musician, Timi Dakolo has been asked to appear in Court within 14 days. This became evident through a court summon sighted by an online News platform, …

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SOUTH AFRICA AND NIGERIA COMMITTED TO CLOSE TIES SAYS RAMAPHOSA

  Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will undertake a State Visit to South Africa in October 2019 to reinforce the strong bonds between the two countries and jointly develop responses to challenges affecting people and businesses in South Africa and Nigeria. According to a Statement by Khusela Diko, Spokesperson to the President Ramaphosa noted that in the wake of public violence …

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