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Nigeria to issue visas for Africans upon arrival

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has announced that starting next year the country will be issuing visas on the arrival for all Africans. Buhari made his announcement yesterday in Egypt while attending the Aswani Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development in Africa. Posting on his twitter handle Buhari also said in January 2020 the country is committed to support the free ...

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Trouble in S A main opposition as leader, mayor and chair resign

South Africa’s three main top opposition leaders stepped down from their respective positions in the Democratic Alliance (DA) party in a week time. The leaders who stepped down are the party’s first black president Mmusi Maimane, Johannesburge mayor who belongs to DA Herman Mashaba and the party’s Chairperson Athol Trollip. The two black leaders Maimane and Mashaba who resigned on ...

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Zambia to celebrate two days of Independence

Zambian President Dr Edgar Chagwa Lungu has declared October 25th, the day after they celebrate Independence Day a public Holiday. Zambia will be celebrating 55 years of Independence on the 24th of October. Posting on his social media Lungu said the purpose of a public holiday is to give citizens time to reflect on their duties and obligations. “As we ...

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Davido welcomes first son and third child

Nigerian based musician David Adedeji Adeleke (well known as Davido)   has welcomed his first son with wife Chioma Rowland and third child in four years. The 27 year old singer yesterday posted a picture on social media holding a bouncing baby boy in his arms. He also revealed the name of child as David Adedeji Adeleke OBO junior. On Surtaday ...

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Mozambique votes today

Mozambique is today holding its presidential, provincial and legislative elections. It is reported that President Filipe Nyusi of the Frelimo party has already casted his vote at   the Escola Secundaria Josina Machel in Maputo. At a press statement yesterday the head of Mozambique’s National Elections Commission Abdul Karimo has urged citizens to exercise discipline and ensure polling is done peacefully. ...

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World snub African leaders: UNGA 74 addresses

Most African leaders addressed an empty gallery at the 74th United Nations General Assembly held in New York. Amongst the African Presidents, President Emmerson Mnngagwa also addressed empty chairs. Pictures of African Presidents which include Morocco,Zambia,Guinea among others are shocking social media users especially Zimbabweans . In comparison to the former late President Robert Mugabe Zimbabweans are saying Mnangagwa was ...

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Malema rips into SADC and AU

South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema confronted Southern African Development Community (SADC) and African Union (AU) calling them “old leaders protecting each other”. Addressing Journalists at the late former President Robert Mugabe’s Blue Roof , Malema said SADC is a gentlemen club which did not think of its people. “There is no such a thing, SADC there ...

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Xenophobia: Nigeria welcomes first batch returnees from S.A

 Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission Hon.Abike Dabiri-Erewa has yesterday received 187 returnees from South Africa following a wave of xenophobic attacks. While they arrived at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, the returnees were enjoying, singing their National Anthem and waving placards and images of burnt shops. Addressing the media chairman denounces acts of hatred among Africans, urging South ...

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Xenophobic attacks: Prophet TB Joshua shade tears

Founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Prophet TB Joshua has composed an emotional song and a video directed to Africans, pertaining xenophobic attacks in South Africa. In a video which was played yesterday during the service TB Joshua and other SCOAN members were holding hands, calling for unity in the African continent. TB Joshua wept as he sing, ...

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Xenophobia: Lungu pleads with Zambians to remain calm

Zambia’s President Edgar Changwa Lungu has called Zambians to distance themselves from violence acts. Lungu remarks came following South Africa xenophobic attacks on foreigners, started on Sunday which has resulted in the reported death of five people and 189 people arrested as foreign owned businesses were destroyed. Posting on his twitter handle the President denounced hatred among Africans. Lungu also ...

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