Will Govt Close South African Businesses in Nigeria?
Niger Delta militants have given the government a month to shut down all South African-owned companies in the country or there will be unprecedented attacks on the firms and their nationals.
'Who Is South Africa to Humiliate Nigeria?'
African Arguments, 1 March 2017
Attacks on Nigerians and other foreigners in South Africa have prompted an angry backlash back at home. Read more »
Xenophobia Again Jeopardises South Africa's Interests in Africa
ISS, 2 March 2017
The latest outburst of xenophobic violence in South Africa's political capital, Pretoria, and commercial capital, Johannesburg, is once again reverberating across the continent. Read more »
Xenophobia - How Reprisal Attacks, Infrastructure Vandalisation Affect Nigeria's $38 Billion Telecoms Market
Vanguard, 1 March 2017
In the last two decades, telecommunication has grown in leaps and now forms the super structure of modern lifestyle, social and economic practices. Virtually all the financial… Read more »
Xenophobia - Youths Attack MTN Office in Abuja
Daily Trust, 24 February 2017
Hundreds of youths yesterday vandalised MTN office in Abuja, damaging phones, computers, vehicles and other office equipment. Read more »
A group of people were protesting against violence in South Africa. At least 10 houses allegedly being used for drug dealing and prostitution were set alight in Rosettenville, ... Read more »