The South African government has expressed concern over the call by the National Association of Nigerian Students for the expulsion of South Africans and their investments from Nigeria, said to be in response to alleged killings of Nigerians by South Africans. South Africa's Minister for International Relations and Cooperation Naledi Pandor has described the reports as false.
Protesters Target South African Businesses
Daily Maverick, 13 August 2019
Nigerian students shut down MTN offices and Shoprite in Nigeria to protest against what they called xenophobic violence against their countrymen in South Africa. Read more »
South Africa Describes Group's Protest Call Against Its Businesses As 'Unfortunate'
Premium Times, 11 August 2019
South Africa has expressed concern over the call by the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) for the expulsion of South Africans and protest at South African owned… Read more »
Buhari, Ramaphosa Agree to Meet in South Africa Over Consular, Trade Issues
Premium Times, 10 August 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari and South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, have agreed to meet in October to discuss issues relating to the wellbeing of their citizens and ways to… Read more »
Students Picket MTN Offices Over Killings in South Africa
Daily Trust, 8 August 2019
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) in Ogun state on Thursday picketed some South African's firms in Abeokuta in protest against the incessant killings of… Read more »
Governor Umahi Petitions South African Govt Over Slain Nigerian
Premium Times, 5 August 2019
Dave Umahi, governor of Ebonyi State has petitioned the South African government over the murder of a Nigerian, Benjamin Simeon, in South Africa. Read more »
Nigerian Driver Shot Dead in South Africa
Premium Times, 4 August 2019
The Nigerian Union, South Africa, on Sunday confirmed the untimely death of Benjamin Okoronkwo, a 43-year-old Taxify driver from Okposi, Ohaozara Local Government Area of Ebonyi. Read more »
Xenophobia - Stop Patronising South African Businesses, NANS Tells Nigerians
This Day, 26 July 2019
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has called on Nigerians to withdraw patronage of businesses with South Africa interest in Nigeria. Read more »
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