Nigeria Set to Lose Africa’s Biggest Economy Crown

In April 2014, Nigeria proudly declared that, as a result of a statistical revision, its economic output in 2013 had hit $509bn, almost twice as high as previously thought. With…

 
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South Africa-Nigeria Fallout ‘Will Have Dire Consequences’

Captains of commerce and industry have warned of dire consequences for the continent as Africa’s two biggest economies intermittently fall out over violent attacks on foreigners in South Africa, especially…

 
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Xenophobia: Protesters shut down Lagos MTN office, as S’African officials detain popular Nigerian analyst

Business activities at MTN headquarters in Falomo, Lagos, on Friday, March 3, were disrupted over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa by protesters under the aegis of the…

 
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Xenophobic Attack : South Africa’s Zuma condemns violence against foreigners

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has condemned acts of xenophobic Attack and violence between citizens and non-nationals, his office said on Friday. Anti-immigrant violence has flared sporadically in South Africa…

 
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Zuma launches #16DaysofActivism in Limpopo

Government will use all resources at its disposal, to make the country safer for women and children, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday. “This campaign is about uniting all in…

 
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South Africa’s ‘Pesticide’ Pastor Condemned by Church Groups

South African churches have condemned the practices of a self-styled pastor who has allegedly sprayed his followers with a harmful insecticide. Lethebo Rabalago, a self-proclaimed prophet at the Mount Zion…

 
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Mos Def Is Finally Being Allowed to Leave South Africa…Under One Condition

Brooklyn hip-hop vet and social activist Mos Def, also known as Yasiin Bey, experienced a trying year very early in 2016 when he was arrested in Cape Town for breaching…

 
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ICC’s toughest trial: Africa vs. ‘Infamous Caucasian Court’

South Africa and Burundi’s decision to quit the International Criminal Court (ICC) and an attack by Gambia against its supposed ‘Caucasian’ justice are likely to embolden other African states to…

 
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Senior politician in South Africa’s ANC urges Zuma, Others to quit

A senior member of South Africa’s ruling ANC urged its top leaders including President Jacob Zuma to quit on Sunday, saying fraud charges against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan reflected an…

 
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“Police on Wits campuses have traumatised us” – Student

A student of the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa has spoken about the trauma of having to deal with police on campus. Wits University students have been protesting for…

 
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