Tag Archives: South Africa

NANS Shuts Down Shoprite In Ogun State Over Xenophobic Attacks

The National Association of Nigerian Students on Saturday shut down South Africa’s grocery chain, Shoprite, at Ota in Ogun State. A News Agency of Nigeria Correspondent in Ota reports that the students picketed the shopping mall to protest what they described as “unrestrained xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.” Scores of young Nigerians residing in South…

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The Ultimate Vacation in South Africa this Summer Courtesy South Africa Tourism West Africa

A vacation to South Africa is always a refreshing and relaxing one! With South Africa only 6-hours away, you can give your mind a little retreat from itself and all the work overload. With a welcoming environment, an accommodating host, an amazingly diverse culture with beautiful scenery and tasty food that soothes the soul, treat yourself to the perfect…

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‘Lion King: The Gift’–Was ‘A Letter to Africa’ Spoken in True Mother’s Tongue? 

It was a great day for African music on Tuesday, 16th Of July 2019 after the tracklist for “Lion King: The Gift” was released, a musical project inspired by the classical Movie “Lion King”, however, exclusively made for the newest ‘remake’ championed by American Pop Queen Beyoncé.  There had been initial rumours of Queen Bey…

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Nigeria Ease Past South Africa To Land In AFCON 2019 Semi-final

William Troost-Ekong’s late winner sent Nigeria through to the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations on Wednesday after a tense 2-1 victory over South Africa in Cairo. Samuel Chukwueze fired the Super Eagles ahead in the first half in front of a healthy, largely pro-Nigerian crowd at the 75,000-capacity Cairo International Stadium. But Bongani…

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UBA Foundation Celebrates International Day of the African Child, with Special Reading, Mentoring Sessions

UBA Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, on Monday, joined the rest of the world to celebrate the International Day of the African Child. The day which has been set aside by the United Nations to celebrate children in Africa, recognises the courage of students who marched for…

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Goodluck Jonathan On The Forefront Of the Observers To Oversee South Africa’s Elections

Former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has arrived South Africa’s capital Johannesburg along with election observers to oversee the South African national elections. This comes a year after Jonathan led observers to oversee elections in Sierra-Leone. “I arrived in Johannesburg early this morning to lead the Election Observation Mission of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy…

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Vacation Activated: SA Tourism West Africa Hub Head, Thekiso Rakolojane Speaks On How South African Tourism Is Opening up Its ‘Hidden Gems’ to Tourists

Seated between the humps, they ride on the galumphing camels with the grassy vegetations rising and falling with each casual step of the animals. The evening air fills the excited lungs as they expand and contract. The towering mountains in the distance reach out to the radiant sun. The scenery of the greenery is breathtaking…

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OB Lifestyle: If You Need Honeymoon Inspiration Lala Akindoju Has Got You Covered

As you already know, Lala Akindoju got married in an intimate ceremony to Chef Fregz last year. Now, a few months later, we have a sneak peek at her equally private honeymoon—and it’s just as stylish as you’d expect. On Instagram Akindoju shared a few looks from her honeymoon in South Africa. With an organza…

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