nigeria and south africa relations

  1. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Nigeria, South Africa to issue 10-year Visa to businessmen, academics – Encomium Magazine

    Following successful conclusion of the 9th Bi-National Commission of South Africa and Nigeria meeting in Pretoria, South Africa, which was … Read more via Encomium Magazine – Get More Nigeria Metro News
  2. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Nigeria owes SA an apology, not the other way round – Citizen

    The sycophancy displayed by President Cyril Ramaphosa to dispatch special envoys to apologise to leaders of certain African states for the recent xenophobic violence solicited a lot of noise from several South Africans. I agree with all who felt the apology was uncalled for – but, … Read...
  3. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Buhari still on course to visit SA’s Ramaphosa – Presidency –

    President Muhammadu Buhari’s planned visit to South Africa next month remains on course to reinforce “the strong bonds between the two countries” and jointly develop responses to problems affecting people and businesses in South Africa and Nigeria, the presidency said on Saturday. In the wake...
  4. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Xenophobia: Why Nigeria will not break diplomatic ties with South Africa – minister – TODAY

    The federal government yesterday stated its position on the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa, saying it will not sever diplomatic ties with South Africa.... Read more via TODAY – Get More Nigeria Political News
  5. Nigeria Political News

    Politics FG: We Won’t Cut Diplomatic Ties with S’Africa over Attacks – Thisdaylive

    The federal government has pushed aside the suggestion that Nigeria should severe diplomatic ties with South Africa over the spate of xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals, … Read more via Thisdaylive – Get More Nigeria Political News
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    Politics What President Buhari Discussed With Jacob Zuma About Nigeria in US

    President Muhammadu Buhari at a bilateral meeting with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa in New York said suicide bombing is becoming rare, as the local people are themselves rejecting indoctrination by the Boko Haram insurgents. According to a statement released by his special adviser...