Xenophobic rage: Our story — Returnees

On September 14, 2019  By Nwafor …South Africans don’t know God …I was so impoverished …I couldn’t afford ticket to return home …Most common jobs in South Africa are drug related businesses and Advance Fraud …Police watch as they kill Nigerians …I regret stepping my foot in South Africa …Shame of retuning home kept me…

The Inside Story Of South Africa Drug Cartels

Posted by Samuel on Mon 09th Sep, 2019 – A fresh and in-depth look has been provided into the growing drug epidemic in South Africa. A growing drug epidemic appears to be silently taking over cities and towns in South Africa. The country seems to have become a key player in global drug distribution with…

“Foreigners Must Leave” – South Africans Chant in Fresh Protest (video)

A fresh round of violence is currently building up in the streets of Johannesburg, South Africa, as armed protesters are out again, demanding that foreigners leave their country immediately. South African newspaper, Sowetan Live, reports that the protesters, who carried weapons such as knobkerries, are waiting to be addressed by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, a notable politician…

South Africa Catholic Bishops Counter Government, Say Attacks are Xenophobic

Catholic Bishops in South Africa have countered its government’s claim of attack against foreigners not having a xenophobic undertone. Archbishop Buti Tigagale of the Southern African Catholic Bishop’s Conference Office for Migrants and Refugees said on Saturday September 7, that they also received a report that the authorities are doing little to protect foreigners in…

Samuel Eto’o Retires from Football at 38 after Glittering 22-year Career

Samuel Eto’o has announced his retirement from football after a trophy-laden 22-year playing career. The Cameroonian legend, 38, began his career with Real Madrid and went on to play for 13 clubs including Barcelona, Inter Milan, Chelsea , Everton , and Sampdoria. In a short message on Friday night (Sept. 6) the Cameroon legend regarded…

Many Nigerians in South Africa Are Drug Dealers – Foreign Affairs Minister, Naledi Pandor (video)

South Africa’s Minister of foreign affairs, Naledi Pandor has stated that many Nigerians living in the country are involved in drug and human trafficking. The Minister made the disclosure in response to criticism of the South Africa’s security operatives not doing enough to stop the xenophobic attacks against foreigners. Book Store https://ginnyent.net/2019/07/08/ginnyents-book-store-launched/ When asked by…

The Chickens From South Africa By Kennedy Emetulu

Here’s the truth, what is happening to the psyche of some South Africans, including some of them in government like this Bongani Mkongi fellow, is comparable to an extent with what’s happening with the psyche of some of us who are Nigerians today due to the effects of previous bad governance and bad political culture….