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    Metro #Xenophobic Attacks: 3 Nigerians injured in fresh attacks in South Africa – TobiVibes

    3 Nigerians have been reportedly injured in fresh xenophobic attacks in South Africa. According to a report by the Punch, the incident happened in the Mpumalanga Province of the country..... Read more via TobiVibes – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Metro One Killed, Five Injured In Fresh Xenophobic Violence In South Africa – Sahara Reporters

    At least one person has been killed while five others have been injured in fresh xenophobic attacks in Johannesburg, South Africa. This was confirmed by Kay Makhubelthe, spokesperson of Gauteng police, according to President, Nigerian Union South Africa, Adetola Olubajo, also...
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    Metro Another Nigerian Obinna Stanley Ayanele robbed, murdered in South Africa – Legit Nigeria News

    A Nigerian from Imo state, Obinna Stanley Ayanele, has been murdered in Johannesburg, the capital of South Africa. The deceased was killed some criminals who also robbed him in his shop located in the.... Read more via Legit Nigeria News – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    World South Africa Initiates Programme to End Discrimination, Xenophobia Attacks – Leadership Newspaper

    The Nigerian Union in South Africa (NUSA) on Saturday commended South Africa’s Gauteng Province for initiating a Social Cohesion Programme to end discrimination and xenophobia in the province.... Read more via Leadership Newspaper – Get more World News
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    Metro Two Nigerians shot dead in latest killings in South Africa – Linda Ikeji’s Blog

    The Nigerian community in South Africa has been thrown into mourning after two of their members were shot dead by unknown gunmen recently. A statement from the President of the... Read more via Linda Ikeji’s Blog – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Metro Nigerians in S’Africa Commend FG’s Approval of 10-year Passport Validity – Thisdaylive

    Nigerians in South Africa have commended the federal government for approving the 10-year validity period for Nigerian passport and called for the speedy implementation of the policy. The President of the Nigerian Union in South Africa … Read more via Thisdaylive –