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‘False’ Human Trafficking Report is Used to Justify anti-immigration policy in South Africa

‘False’ Human Trafficking Report is Used to Justify anti-immigration policy in South Africa

A report by the University of Pretoria’s Centre for Child Law in collaboration with the University of the Witwatersrand’s African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS) claimed trafficking of people is used as a political…

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Russia is ‘first’ to develop coronavirus vaccine. President’s Daughter Gets Inoculated

Russia is ‘first’ to develop coronavirus vaccine. President’s Daughter Gets Inoculated

President Vladimir Putin claimed today that Russia had become the first country to approve a vaccine offering “sustainable immunity” against the coronavirus and that one of his daughters has been inoculated. Scientists in the West…

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Tragic Truck Accident – Lagos, Nigeria

Tragic Truck Accident – Lagos, Nigeria

A truck loaded with containers, that were about 6 meters long, fell onto a bus with passengers at Ilasamaja under the bridge, along Oshodi-Apapa Expressway Nigeria, leaving two people deceased and others injured. The two…

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Nigeria to Resume International Flights & Punish Violators of Covid-19 Rules

Nigeria to Resume International Flights & Punish Violators of Covid-19 Rules

Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika revealed the country may reopen to international flights before October. He tweeted that the government will announce the agreed date regardless of the ban by Europe, United Arab Emirates…

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Why Kenyans & Nigerians Believe Coronavirus is a Scam

Why Kenyans & Nigerians Believe Coronavirus is a Scam

Media reports confirm that many Kenyans believe that Coronavirus is not real and some describe it as the ‘biggest lie of the century’. If you publicly declare in Kenya that you have the virus. are…

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America Drops Plan To Deport Foreign Students Whose Studies Go Online

America Drops Plan To Deport Foreign Students Whose Studies Go Online

U.S President, Donald Trump’s government has dropped its plans to deport international students whose courses move fully online because of the coronavirus pandemic. The U-turn comes just one week after the policy announcement. The Massachusetts…

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The Music Artiste Quarantining In Mexico But Thinking About Africa

The Music Artiste Quarantining In Mexico But Thinking About Africa

Terrence Odenigbo is a fast-rising African music sensation currently stuck in Mexico City due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Mexico City is great and I’m learning a little bit of Spanish,” he says. “It’s really calm…

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SA Taxi Operators Dare Govt & Wants To Operate @ 100 Capacity from Today

SA Taxi Operators Dare Govt & Wants To Operate @ 100 Capacity from Today

Transport minister, Fikile Mbalula condemns the daring the decision by the South African National Taxi Association to allow taxis to operate at 100% from today. Mbalula said it was regrettable that the taxi industry leadership…

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Foreigners’ ‘Scapegoastism’?: Lies Against Refugees in South Africa Exposed by Rate Payers’ Association

Foreigners’ ‘Scapegoastism’?: Lies Against Refugees in South Africa Exposed by Rate Payers’ Association

Goodwood Ratepayers’ Association in Cape Town, chairperson Faizel Petersen said complaints that incidents of stone-throwing along Voortrekker Road in Maitland because of refugees moving into Wingfield were not true because the problem existed before they…

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U.S & Europe’s Dilemma of Easing Lockdown: Covid-19 Cases Increase

U.S & Europe’s Dilemma of Easing Lockdown: Covid-19 Cases Increase

A small city on the outskirts of Houston, Texas instituted a curfew from Saturday night due to rising cases of Covid-19. This is the most recent action by authorities in some southern and western U.S…

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