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Ending the killing of Nigerians in South Africa

The frequent killing of Nigerians in South Africa over the years has attracted concerns among Nigerians globally, with its nationals seeking an end to...

Germany drops Omicron travel rules for Britain, South Africa

The German government has loosened travel rules for a number of countries, weeks after adding them to a danger list due to the outbreak...

South African Police charge man with arson over damaging blaze at parliament

South African Police on Monday charged a man with arson over a fire that caused extensive damage to the national parliament building in Cape...

Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s moral conscience, dies at 90

Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning icon, an uncompromising foe of apartheid and a modern-day activist for racial justice and LGBT rights, died...

Shoprite shares rise on higher sales in South Africa, reveals divestment plan in Nigeria

Shares in South Africa’s Shoprite Holdings shot up over 11% on Monday after it reported higher total sales and said it was considering the...

COVID-19: ‘We are not guinea pigs,’ say South African anti-vaccine protesters

Anti-vaccine protesters took to the streets in Johannesburg on Wednesday to voice their concern over Africa’s first human trials for a potential coronavirus vaccine. Last...

10 years after, South Africa insists World Cup worth investment

Thursday marks 10 years since South Africa hosted a World Cup highly charged with symbolism but dogged by questions about the wisdom of spending...

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