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Nigerian nationals flee South Africa

Frustrated by violent attacks against them, some foreign nationals have opted to return home. The first group is expected to leave the country on Wednesday. Over 600 Nigerian nationals gathered outside the consulate on Wednesday morning, to take up the...

Bangladesh university suspends student for being Rohingya

A Bangladesh university has suspended a student for being Rohingya, officials said Sunday, as impatience with the refugees grows following a second failed attempt to repatriate them to Myanmar. Some 740,000 of the Muslim minority fled to camps in southeast...

Zimbabweans sharply divided in mourning Mugabe

Zimbabweans entered a first full day of national mourning on Saturday, divided over the legacy of Robert Mugabe, the guerrilla hero turned despot who ruled the country for 37 years. Flags flew half-mast in the capital Harare as shops remained...

Hong Kong protesters appeal to Trump for help

HONG KONG - Thousands of Hong Kong protesters on Sunday sang the Star-Spangled Banner and called on US President Donald Trump to "liberate" the Chinese-ruled city, the latest in a series of demonstrations that have gripped the territory for...

Mugabe’s Body expected back in Zimbabwe on Wednesday

The body of the late former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is expected back on Wednesday. Zanu-PF spokesperson Nick Mangwana quoted Mugabe's nephew saying that plane the will transport him is expected to leave on Monday. The 95-year-old former president died in...

Mugabe’s family clashes with Mnangagwa over plans for state funeral

Chaos is brewing in Zimbabwe as Officials and family members are arguing over the arrangements for the burial of Robert Mugabe, the former Zimbabwean president who died in Singapore last week aged 95. High-ranking members of the ruling Zanu-PF party...

SA and Nigeria committed to close ties following xenophobic attacks

The presidency says the two countries will jointly develop responses to challenges affecting people and businesses in South Africa and Nigeria. The President of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari will undertake a state visit to South Africa in October to reinforce “the...

Robert Mugabe declared a National Hero

Former Zimbabwe President Robert Gabriel Mugabe (95), who died in Singapore early yesterday morning, has been declared a national hero. President Mnangagwa — who cut short his trip to South Africa where he was attending the World Economic Forum...

Former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has died

Zimbabwe’s founding leader Robert Mugabe has died aged 95. Mugabe died in a hospital in Singapore surrounded by family including his wife, Grace, sources told ZimLive. Sadly, we have lost him. It’s a day we hoped would never come, but...

Air Tanzania suspends flights to Joburg

Tanzania's national carrier suspended its flights from the commercial capital Dar es Salaam to Johannesburg, citing ongoing violence that was a risk to its passengers. "You are aware that there is ongoing violence in South Africa whereby the youth have...
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