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    Metro Xenophobia: Nigerians attacked again in South Africa - LIB

    Nigerians living in Mpumalanga province of South Africa have been subjected to another attack by South Africans in renewed xenophobic violence. Information on the attack is still sketchy at the time of filing this report, but it was gathered that the leadership of Nigerian Citizens In South...
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    Metro Xenophobia: Nigerians attacked again in South Africa - LIB

    Nigerians living in Mpumalanga province of South Africa have been subjected to another attack by South Africans in renewed xenophobic violence. Information on the attack is still sketchy at the time of filing this report, but it was gathered that the leadership of Nigerian Citizens In South...
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    Metro Nigerian phone repairer stabbed to death in South Africa over a business disagreement - LIB

    The Nigerian community in South Africa has confirmed the killing of one of its members, 41-year-old, Ikenna Innocent Otugo, in Empangeni, South Africa on Tuesday October 15th. Acting chairman of Nigerian Union, South Africa (NUSA) in the Kwazulu Natal Province, Sylvester Okonkwo, who confirmed...
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    Metro T. B. Joshua donates N12 million to South Africa returnees - Pm News

    Founder and Senior pastor of Synagogue, Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, Temitope Balogun Joshua widely known as Prophet T.B. Joshua on Thursday donated N12 million to the second batch of Nigerian returnees fleeing from xenophobic attacks in South Africa. read more
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    Metro Air Peace CEO ‘in tears’ as reps recommend him for national award - The Cable

    The recommendation was given when Onyeama appeared before the house during Wednesday’s plenary session. The lawmakers also resolved to make Air Peace their main carrier. They had invited Onyeama to honour him for offering to bring citizens caught up in the xenophobic attacks in South Africa...
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    Politics Ramaphosa to Nigeria: We are sorry - Pm News

    President Cyril Ramaphosa’s special envoy to Nigeria has tendered an apology to the Nigerian government over the xenophobic attacks that targeted Nigerians and and some other Africans recently. read more
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    Xenophobia: South Africa May Place 10-Year Travel Ban On Evacuated Nigerians – Tori News

    South Africa, it has been revealed, may place a 10-year travel ban on Nigerians who were evacuated from the country over xenophobia. Read more via Tori News – https://ift.tt/2O0hrkM Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Entertainment No provision for compensation, says South African minister on xenophobia - The Cable

    Naledi Pandor, South African minister of foreign affairs, says there is no provision for compensating those affected in the fresh attacks in the country. In an interview with Reuters, Pandor said her country’s laws do not have provision for such. Last week, angry mob went on rampage in South...
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    Metro Xenophobia: South Africa High Commission in Nigeria shuts down offices - Daily Post

    Due to the fear arising from attacks by Nigerian youths, the South Africa High Commission to Nigeria has shut down its offices and consulate. The acting High Commissioner, Ambassador Bobby Moroe, confirmed the development to reporters on Thursday morning, saying that he had directed the Mission...
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    Metro 125 looters arrested in Lagos, IGP orders security beef-up at embassies - Pm News

    No fewer than 125 looters have been arrested by the police in Lagos in connection with destruction of properties owned by South Africans in the wake of Xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa. The Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, has also ordered water-tight security...
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    Metro BREAKING] Xenophobia: Nigeria recalls High Commissioner to South Africa, shuns WES - Punch Newspaper

    It also demanded full compensation, the News Agency of Nigeria has reported, quoting a “presidential source.” Our Correspondent also reported that the move was meant to register serious displeasure with the South African authorities over the ongoing xenophobic attacks on Nigerians resident in...
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    Business Xenophobia: MTN shuts ALL its offices nationwide - The Cable

    The MTN office located in Karu, a suburb of Abuja, has been vandalised by some Nigerians protesting against the xenophobic attacks on fellow citizens in South Africa. There was also pandemonium at Shoprite, Lugbe, along airport road, Abuja, on Wednesday as police fired teargas canisters to stop...
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    Metro FLASHBACK: How South African president triggered a revolt against foreigners (video) - The Cable

    President Cyril Ramaphosa of South African would probably have been more careful when, in March, he took a swipe at foreign nationals “doing business illegally” in his country. As with most politicians, Ramaphosa made a campaign issue out of what some South Africans were believed to be saying...
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    Metro JUST IN: Police foil attempt to burn Shoprite in Lagos - Premium Times

    Nigerians on social media have called for a boycott of South African businesses across the country. Shoprite is one of the major businesses owned by South Africans in Nigeria, some of which include high investments in real estate, telecommunications and retailing. President Muhammadu Buhari has...
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    Politics Xenophobic Attacks: Nigerian govt demands two major things from South Africa - Premium Times

    The Nigerian government has made two major demands from South Africa in the aftermath of xenophobic attacks in the country. The businesses of many Nigerians in South Africa have been destroyed, looted or burnt in the past week since xenophobic attacks resumed in the country against foreign...
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    Metro South African President, Ramaphosa reacts to xenophobic attack on Nigerians - Daily Post

    South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, on Tuesday, condemned the recent attack on Nigerians and other foreign nationals in the country. Ramaphosa, in a tweet on his official Twitter page, said there is no justification for the attack on foreign nationals. He was reacting the looting and...
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    Metro Xenophobia: Close South African embassy in Nigeria now, Rep member tells FG - Daily Trust

    A member of House of Representatives, representing Ibadan North federal constituency, Hon. Musiliudeen Akinremi, has frowned at the incessant attacks on Nigerians in South Africa, urging the Federal Government to recall Nigeria’s envoy to South Africa and close down the South African embassy in...
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    Politics BREAKING: Xenophobia: Nigerian government takes first action - Daily Post

    The Federal Government has finally summoned the High Commissioner of South Africa over the incessant killing of Nigerians and destruction of their property by South Africans. A meeting has been scheduled to hold between the duo by 11 am on Tuesday. A senior official of the ministry, Kimiebi...
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    Metro South Africans Looted Nigerian, Other Foreigners' Shops (Photos) -

    There have been cases of looting of foreigners shop in Pretoria South Africa since yesterday. Here are pictures and videos from the scene of looted shops of foreigners in South Africa. “Violent looting and burning of foreign-owned businesses started in the early hours of today, Aug. 28, at...
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    Metro Another Nigerian, Kingsley Ikeri, Murdered In South Africa

    The Nigeria Union in South Africa has confirmed the killing of a member, Kingsley Ikeri, at Vryheid town in Kwazulu Natal Province on Aug. 30. Ikeri, 27, was a businessman and native of Mbaitolu in Imo. In December 2016, Metropolitan Police in Cape Town had suffocated to death a man, Victor...