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Nigerian Union South Africa, an umbrella body of Nigerians living in South Africa

Union calls for intervention in latest killing of Nigerian in South Africa

The Nigerian Union in South Africa (NUSA) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene in Friday’s killing of another Nigerian in South Africa.

118 Nigerians murdered in South Africa in two years

The death toll of Nigerians killed in South Africa has continued to rise, with two South Africa-based Nigerians being the latest victims.

Nigerians detained in South Africa not due to drugs – Union

The Nigerian Union in South Africa clarified, on Thursday, that the 14 Nigerians being held in detention in Rustenburg, South Africa, since last February were not being held for drug-related offences.

Nigerian Mission protests burning of national in South Africa

The Nigerian Mission in South Africa has written a letter of protest to the South African authority over the killing of another Nigerian, Mr. Clement Nwaogu, in Rustenburg, South Africa.

Presidency condemns burning to death of Nigerian by mob in South Africa

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Mrs Abike Dabiri–Erewa, on Monday described the killing of Clement Nwaogu, another Nigerian in Rustenburg, South Africa, as unfortunate.

Presidency: Four South African policemen on trial for killing, maltreating Nigerians

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Diaspora Affairs, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, on Monday, took to her Twitter handle to comment on the latest killings of Nigerians in South Africa.

Nigerian burnt to death in South Africa

A Nigerian has been burnt to death in Rustenburg, South Africa, after his vehicle was set ablaze by yet-to-be identified people.

Nigerian national stabbed in xenophobic attack in South Africa

The Nigerian Community in South Africa said on Friday that a member was stabbed during a xenophobic attack in Rustenberg, North-West Province area.

Why Nigerians are being killed in South Africa – ministry

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said that most violent conflicts and killings of Nigerians in South Africa were more of criminal activities than xenophobic attack.

Killings of Nigerians in South Africa more of crime issue – FG

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said that most violent conflicts and killings of Nigerians in South Africa were more of criminal activities than xenophobic attack

South Africans arrested, arraigned over violent attack on Nigerians

Some of the South Africans responsible for the violent attack on Nigerians in Durban and other areas have been apprehended and arraigned.

Fear grips Nigerians as South Africans protest on Monday

The Nigerian Community in South Africa on Sunday urged its members to adopt safety measures ahead of a planned protest against foreigners by South Africans.

Mob destroys 4 Nigerian shops, houses in South Africa – Union

The Nigerian Community in South Africa said on Saturday that a mob destroyed four shops and several houses belonging to their members at Krugersdorp, near Johannesburg.

Nigerian community to tackle prostitution, drug peddling in South Africa

The Nigerian Community in Rustenburg, North West Province of South Africa, says it will tackle drug peddling and prostitution by its members in the area to avert a clash with South Africans.

Attack: Mission on top of situation in South Africa – Consul General

Godwin Adama, Nigeria’s Consul General in South Africa, says the mission is on top of the situation in the North West Province of the country.

Union confirms attack on Nigerians in South Africa

The Nigerian Community in South Africa, say, four members are in critical condition in the hospital while some shops have been burnt in renewed attacks by South Africans.

Nigerian business outlets in South Africa thriving – Union

Mr Chicaodili Nwanedo, the Chairman of Nigeria Union, North West Province of South Africa, said on Thursday that members owned more than 30 thriving business outlets in Rustenburg.

Group pledges to boost cohesion between Nigeria, South Africa

The Women League of Nigeria Union, Rustenburg chapter, says it will use the body to foster social cohesion between Nigeria and South Africa.

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