Category: NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Court Decline Bail Application For Pastor Tim Omotoso

The bail application for controversial Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso, based on new facts, has been refused by the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on Friday. Omotoso entered the court room wearing a shiny spring sparkling suit to hear about his future after ‘new’ facts were represented by his attorneys, which included that: He is a legal

South Africa Police Torture, Kills Clement Ofoma, Another Nigerian

South African policemen ‘kill yet another Nigerian’ South Africa police have allegedly brutalized Clement Ofoma, a Nigerian based in the country, to death. The Nigerian community in South Africa confirmed the killing on Wednesday, saying it occurred at Springs town, near Johannesburg despite warning from Nigeria government on Sunday. Ofoma, 35, a native of Obosi,

South Africa Underrating Nigerian Government – Presidency

Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, senior special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora has again condemned the incessant extra judicial killing of Nigerians living in South Africa. She said the continuous killings showed that South African government was downplaying possible retaliation by Nigeria. In a statement on Saturday by her special assistant on

See How A Married Man Died In A Woman’s Cupboard Whi…

Man Dies In Mistress Cupboard Mistress After Her Husband Returns In Secret Infidelity has caused so much as different stories trend on daily basis as a result of the seeming immoral act between unsatisfied couples, Today, The trend isn’t nice of cheating men as they may have lost a colleague while in service, A man

SAD! Another Nigerian, Uchenna Eloh Killed In S’Africa

The Nigerian Union in South Africa on Thursday said that another Nigerian, Uchenna Eloh, has been killed in the Western Cape Province of that country. Kanayo Onwumelu, Chairman, Western Cape chapter of the union, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on telephone from Cape Town that Mr. Eloh was strangled to death by South

South African Lady Weds Nigerian in Port Shepstone, S’Africa.

Bonds continue to grow stronger between men and women of both Nigerians and South Africans living on the SA soil as South African Slindile said … Amidst fun, pomp, and pageantry, Sam Edet traveled as far Port Shepstone in Kwa Zulu Natal (KZN) to marry Slindile Gumede, Another news where South African Lady Weds Nigerian

VIDEO: Blayze – Get The Bag Ft. AKA

Watch The Video For Get The Bag Featuring AKA Blayze finally unveils the visuals for his latest single Get The Bag with a surprise attached to it. Halfway through the video for Get The Bag we tap into another new song from him titled Amen. VIDEO: Blayze – Get The Bag Ft. AKA

BREAKING! South Africa Communities Orders Nigerians Out

The Nigeria Union in South Africa, on Wednesday claimed that two communities in the country, have asked Nigerians to leave their territories. President of the union, Ikechukwu Anyene, said the Kuruman community in Northern Cape Province gave Nigerians till Thursday to leave. He also said the Klaafontein community, Extension 5, Johannesburg, directed landlords not to

VIDEO: Why I Called KARABO ‘weak’ – Shabangu

Shabangu said on Wednesday that the murder raised the issue of how men behaved towards women and believed they had the right to assault women. “That’s what we also have to look at. One of the responsibilities of the government and society as a whole is to make sure there’s a change of attitudes. Hence

Details(Pics) Of Two Igbos Men Killed In South Africa On Sunday

Two Nigerian men, Ernest Ughakwesili, 42 and Chimezie Oranusi, 26, both form Anambra state, have been murdered by some unknown gunmen in South Africa. According to reports, both men were killed in Western Cape province in South Africa. Ernest was shot at close range at a night club in Strand Area of Cape Town on

You Slept With My Dad, Boys Attacks Dad’s Church Member

A 30-year-old lady, Kelebogile Koenaesele was attacked as she left the church yard in Botshabelo area in South Africa over allegation of sleeping with her church leader. She was allegedly attacked by the church leader’s son who accused her of sleeping with his father. Kelebogile was apparently hit with a stone and she’s now recovering

20 TIPS BEFORE MOVING FROM NIGERIA TO SOUTH AFRICA

#1. Do your research about where in S.A you want to go, S.A has 9 provinces/states & MANY cities. #2. Find accommodation in SA while you’re still in Nigeria. #3. Have a plan on how you will earn an income. S.A has high unemployment, having your own business is highly recommended. #4. Find out local

Why some Nigerians face extreme vetting at US immigrations airports

Amb. Hakeem Balogun, the Chargé d’affaires of the Embassy of Nigeria in Washington, says different reasons are responsible for the extreme vetting Nigerians face during entry into the US. According to Our South African Media Balogun, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Washington, added that the President Donald Trump’s travel

HOME AFFAIRS IS DISCRIMINATING AGAINST US: NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA CRY OUT

HOME AFFAIRS IS DISCRIMINATING AGAINST US: NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA CRY OUT Nigerians in South Africa have unequivocally cried out that the South African Home Affairs deliberately discriminate against them. Words on the street revealed that many Nigerians could not renew their permits. Over 65% of those who applied for permit renewals were turned down.

Over 400 Nigerians Rot in South Africa Prisons. – Minister

Source: www.nigeriansinsothafrica.co.za Nigerians in South Africa are yet to find solace in the Come entry, It has been from one tackle to another. The Minister of Interior, retired Lieutenant General Abdulrahman Dambazau, on Friday said 400 Nigerians are saving jail terms for various offences in South Africa. Dambazau made the disclosure at joint news conference

South Africa’s rape epidemic by Adekunle Owolabi

Adekunle Owolabi  Nigerian Journalist, Creative Director, Activist, Photographer and Traveller living in South Africa.by In a survey, 38% of men in one township admit to having used force or threats to obtain sex BROWN LEKEKELA dreads the end of the month. Payday means binge drinking. Violence follows. Women turn up battered and distraught at his

Traditional universities are on the way out: online is the future for Africa

by Adekunle Owolabi Education has two faces in today’s world, according to a recent World Bank report. On the one hand there’s the traditional face, where learning takes place in the state-sponsored classroom. On the other are the private initiatives in which other partners take responsibility for education at all levels. Research suggests that the