Thursday 5 September 2019
JUST IN: South Africa shuts embassy in Nigeria after xenophobic attacks
Abuja and Lagos following violence against South African businesses in reprisal for attacks on foreign-owned stores in Johannesburg.
Ramaphosa “After receiving reports and threats from some of the Nigerians we decided to temporarily close while we are assessing the situation,” foreign ministry spokesman Lunga Ngqengelele said, adding the missions were shut on Wednesday.
Malawi's President Lazarus Chakwera bans himself and his cabinet from all international travel in a bid to save money for his country
The president disclosed this during a televised address on Thursday, November 16. The measure follows a huge devaluation of the currency as ...
"May God Forgive me for my sins", says a UTH Nurse"
The National Broadcasting Commission, on Friday, directed 52 broadcast outfits, including the African Independent Television, Silverbird Tel...
Marketers of the Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) petrol have raised the alarm over the lightness of the product in some retail outlets, noting ...