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Izimbali Zase Masibini Foundation Visits Malaika Orphanage Center in Hillbrow

Izimbali Zase Masibini Foundation Visits Malaika Orphanage Center in Hillbrow

On Saturday 29 August 2020, The Izimbali Zase Masibini Team visited Malaika Orphanage in Hillbrow as part of their recently launched project for women and girls. Mbali Msibi, the founder of the NPO, said they…

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Cecil Rhodes Statute To Be Removed From College Due To His ‘Racist Past’

Cecil Rhodes Statute To Be Removed From College Due To His ‘Racist Past’

As the ferocious campaign against racism and colonialism gets rife, Oriel College in Oxford has announced that, after doing relevant consultations, it may to take down the controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes – as campaigners…

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Jeffrey Sachs, Adenike Akinsemolu, and Qatar Foundation will discuss sustainability on the World Environment Day online event.

Jeffrey Sachs, Adenike Akinsemolu, and Qatar Foundation will discuss sustainability on the World Environment Day online event.

Jeffrey Sachs (SDSN), Adenike Akinsemolu (Green Institute), and Hamad Bin Khalifa University (Qatar Foundation) are gathering sustainability experts from across the globe to host a virtual summit Time #ForNature for the World Environment Day, a…

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Level3 Lockdown in South Africa. ‘Pass Laws’  Like Aparthied Days. Cigarette Still Banned

Level3 Lockdown in South Africa. ‘Pass Laws’ Like Aparthied Days. Cigarette Still Banned

Like in the days of apartheid when “pass laws” required non-whites to carry documents authorizing their presence in restricted areas, Lockdown in South Africa re-inforces such unpalatable memories – work permit is needed to go…

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Covid-19 Vaccine to Reach Africa September 2021?  Mustn’t Schools Open Now?

Covid-19 Vaccine to Reach Africa September 2021? Mustn’t Schools Open Now?

Experts’ analysis globally theorise that Covid-19 Vaccine may be available next year and the wealthier countries will access it before Africa and it may reach Africa around September 2021 – must we close schools until…

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Britain rebuffed Mandela’s appeal for oil sanctions against Nigeria after executing Saro Wiwa & Ogoni-8

Britain rebuffed Mandela’s appeal for oil sanctions against Nigeria after executing Saro Wiwa & Ogoni-8

The British government rejected Nelson Mandela’s personal appeal to impose oil sanctions on Nigeria after its military regime executed nine environmental activists in 1995 as it wanted to protect oil company Shell’s commercial interests, newly…

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How Lateef Jakande’s Betrayal Made Obafemi Awolowo Commit Suicide – a coup story

How Lateef Jakande’s Betrayal Made Obafemi Awolowo Commit Suicide – a coup story

Media report confirm that Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo – top Yoruba leader and politician committed suicide to escape court-martial into an insurrection he was allegedly involved in against Retired General Ibrahim Babangida (IBB), who was…

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Adesanya, Nigeria’s World UFC Middleweight Champion Promises To Knock Out Brazilian Opponent

Adesanya, Nigeria’s World UFC Middleweight Champion Promises To Knock Out Brazilian Opponent

Nigerian Kiwi Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) star, Israel Adesanya (based in New Zealand) recently started training ahead of his next fight against Brazilian star, Paulo Costa. This is a top fight between the two who…

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How Britain’s Labour government facilitated the massacre of Biafrans in Nigeria – to protect its oil interests

How Britain’s Labour government facilitated the massacre of Biafrans in Nigeria – to protect its oil interests

On the 50th anniversary of the end of the Biafran war, the world’s worst humanitarian crisis in the late 1960s, declassified British files show that Harold Wilson’s government secretly armed and backed Nigeria’s aggression against…

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Nigerians in South Africa Disagree That South Africans Are Xenophobic

Nigerians in South Africa Disagree That South Africans Are Xenophobic

A trio of Nigerian opinion leaders in South Africa, comprising Adetunji Omotola – a thought leader, Qasim Bankola, business man and Adekunle Owolabi, journalist disagree among themselves that South Africans are xenophobic. Though Owolabi says…

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