Nigerian Man ‘Obosi’ Beaten To Death By Police In South Africa 

Another killing of a Nigerians by South African police authorities, This seem to be getting out of hand. Another Nigerian man identified by his nickname Obosi has been killed. According to Star Boy Nino Brown who shared the sad news, the young man was beaten to death by Metro police in Johannesburg, South Africa. Angry…

Manhunt: South Africa police launch Manhunt For 20 Escaped prisoners

Gauteng police, South Africa have launched a manhunt for 20 trial awaiting prisoners who escaped while being transported to the Johannesburg prison‚ known as Sun City. The prisoners were beings transported from the Johannesburg Magistrate Court on Tuesday afternoon. According to a statement issued by Colonel Lungelo Dlamini‚ provincial spokesperson, one of the prisoners was…

Anambra Church: 30 Killed In Ozubulu Brother’s Drug War In South Africa 

The drug war between indigenes of the Ozubulu caused by mistrust may have claimed 30 lives in South Africa. The deaths occurred following a collapsed business deal.  The deaths resonated in Ozubulu community in Anambra state when the Catholic Church was attacked leaving more than 13 people dead on Sunday, August 6.  According to the…

Pedestrian Bridge Collapses In South Africa Leaving 5 People Injured 

During the early hours of Wednesday morning, August 9, a pedestrian bridge collapsed onto the N3 highway which resulted in a full road closure between Van Buuren Road and the M2 Geldenhuis Interchange. A female passenger survived after being trapped inside the cab for about two hours while rescue teams battled to extricate her out…

#BreakingNews South Africa’s President, Jacob Zuma Survives ‘No-Confidence’ Vote

The South African president, Jacob Zuma, has narrowly survived a motion of no confidence against him in parliament. It was the eighth such vote of his increasingly beleaguered presidency. In a secret ballot, a broad coalition of opposition parties and renegade MPs from the ruling African National Congress (ANC) were unable to muster the simple majority needed…