South Africa apologises to Nigeria over xenophobic attacks

President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa has apologised to Nigeria over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in the country. Ramaphosa sent Jeff Radebe, a special envoy, to President Muhammadu Buhari, to tender an apology letter on behalf of the South Africa government at the state house in Abuja on Monday. Radebe condemned the incessant xenophobic attacks, describing them as …

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South Africa’s president booed as world leaders bid farewell to Mugabe

President Cyril Ramaphosa booed at Mugabe’s funeral in Harare over xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa as world leaders pay tribute to the founding father of Zimbabwe. World leaders gathered in Harare, capital of Zimbabwe, on Saturday for the funeral of the country’s former president, Robert Gabriel Mugabe. Among the statesmen and women who attended the event …

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What Dark Continent? Understanding Investment Opportunities in Africa

Muftau Muyiwa* writes on the changing narrative of Africa. Once depicted as a “hopeless” place incapable of installing and sustaining democratic rule or effective governance, it’s now being trumped as a continent of opportunities. The author explains that Africa has always been a haven of business and economic opportunities and what the world must do engage the continent’s reality to …

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Germany’s most beautiful Nigerian woman to be crowned in Hamburg

There are events taking place across Germany in October to celebrate this year’s Nigerian Independence Day in Germany. A beauty pageant is the main feature of the celebrations in the merchant city of Hamburg. Taking place on Saturday, 5 October and organised by African Heritage Media in collaboration with African-German Information Centre, Miss Nigeria Germany will be crowned at the …

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