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SPORTS

7 Current Best Football Stadiums In Africa (Photos)

1. Soccer City Stadium Soccer City is a professional football stadium located in Johannesburg, South Africa. With a sitting capacity of ninety five thousand people, the stadium is currently the largest football stadium in Africa. It was the stadium where the 2010 FIFA World Cup was hosted the first time in the African continent.

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7 Current Best Football Stadiums In Africa (Photos)

SPORTS

Top 5 Largest Stadiums In the World.

Today we'll be listing the top five largest football stadiums in the world. Check out if one of them is in your country. Here they are; 5. FNB STADIUM - SOUTH AFRICA. Capacity --- 94,736. The FNB STADIUM is the largest stadium in Africa.

  1 year ago ago
Top 5 Largest Stadiums In the World.

JUSTICE

Check Out The Items Looters Did Not Touch Since The Free Former President Zuma Protest Began

Former South African President Zuma was taken to prison 5 days ago at Westville Prison in KwaZulu-Natal. Immediately he was taken to prison where he will be for 15 months, a protest began, and the people protesting are demanding his release. The protest gave some people the opportunity to loot what others suffered many years to gather.

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Check Out The Items Looters Did Not Touch Since The Free Former President Zuma Protest Began

SPORTS

The 8 Most Beautiful Football Stadia In The World 2021. (Pictures)

Well according to Wikipedia stadium is a place or a venue for outdoor sports and other Events , Football is the watched sports in the world with a world wide fans more than 2 Billons. The need for a bigger and better football stadiums, Has resulted in most iconic infrastructures, Several of which has become the most beautiful stadiums in the world, So here are the most beautiful football stadium in the world.

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The 8 Most Beautiful Football Stadia In The World 2021. (Pictures)

ENTERTAINMENT

10 Facts about TEMS that you did not know

Tems is a fast rising Nigeria singer, songwriter and producer who is currently making waves on the music scene. *1 Tems real name is Temilade Openiyi, she was born on the 11th of June 1995 in Lagos to a British father and a Nigerian mother . *2 Tems was raised by her mother alone after her parents separated when she was Five.

  1 year ago ago
10 Facts about TEMS that you did not know

TRAVEL

Comparing And Contrasting Abuja and Johannesburg

Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria, in the middle of the country. The skyline of the city, which was built largely in the 1980s, is dominated by Aso Rock, an enormous monolith. It rises behind the Presidential Complex, which houses the residence and offices of the Nigerian president in the Three Arms Zone on the eastern edge of the city.

  1 year ago ago
Comparing And Contrasting Abuja and Johannesburg

JUSTICE

Nigerians condemn shootings, loss of lives, goods in South Africa as ex-leader Jacob Zuma is jailed

Early Sunday morning, South Africans rioted in major towns and allegedly fired live bullets at civilians, killing many individuals, including Nigerians. As enraged teenagers thought to be supporters of former President Jacob Zuma protested his detention, many properties were also damaged. According to Austin Okeke, a Nigerian lawyer in Johannesburg, the protestors damaged and robbed houses belonging to Nigerians in the city.

  1 year ago ago
Nigerians condemn shootings, loss of lives, goods in South Africa as ex-leader Jacob Zuma is jailed

POLITICS

Video: South Africans Loot Shops After Protest Against Zuma's Arrest Turned Violent

A video trending online captured the moment South Africans were looting shops in Johannesburg, South Africa in protest of the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma. According to the video, the looters are alleged to be Zuma's supporters who took advantage of the protest to loot shops.

  1 year ago ago
Video: South Africans Loot Shops After Protest Against Zuma's Arrest Turned Violent

JUSTICE

Mother Throws Baby From Burning Building

A South African Mother was pictured throwing her baby from a burning building. The confused mother was compelled to throw her baby from a burning building in Durban, South Africa, after some looters reportedly set fire on shops from the ground floor. The woman was pictured letting down the baby into the outstretched arms of crowd of bystanders as smoke swerved around her.

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Mother Throws Baby From Burning Building

JUSTICE

Nigerians In South Africa Lament Shootings, Loss Of Lives And Properties Over The Jailing Of Zuma

There was a riot in South Africa in the early morning hours of Sunday following the jailing of the country's Ex-Leader, Jacob Zuma. This led to the loss of lives of South Africans, including Nigerians. Angry youths believed to be Jacob Zuma's supporters took to the street, destroying lives of properties following his imprisonment.

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Nigerians In South Africa Lament Shootings, Loss Of Lives And Properties Over The Jailing Of Zuma

JUSTICE

Nigerian Lady Cries Out As Angry Mob Loot Her Shop In South Africa (Video)

The ongoing protest in South Africa has taken a violent turn as people pour out their anger on shops and business places. A video of a Nigerian lady whose shop in a mall was looted by protesters has got people reacting as it makes rounds on social media. The Nigerian lady whose name wasn't provided could be heard saying "they emptied everything in my shop they took everything in it".

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Nigerian Lady Cries Out As Angry Mob Loot Her Shop In South Africa (Video)

JUSTICE

Watch The Moment South African Police Intervene To Stop Looters In A Shopping Mall

Rampaging protesters in South Africa have looted business outlets said to be owned by foreign nationals. A video shared by LIT RADIO NZ on its Facebook page showed looters who had ransacked a mall, taking to their heels when police tried to stop them. Various reports attributed the protest to the jailing of former South African President, Jacob Zuma on corruption charges, which would see him serve a 15 month prison terms.

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Watch The Moment South African Police Intervene To Stop Looters In A Shopping Mall

JUSTICE

Today's Headlines: Violence Erupts In South Africa, Sanitisers With Methanol Can blind - NAFDAC

Violence erupts in South Africa as supporters protest Zuma’s imprisonment Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in prison for contempt of court following his refusal to appear before a graft panel. The former president had defied an order by the constitutional court in January to appear at an inquiry into corruption while he was president.

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Today's Headlines: Violence Erupts In South Africa, Sanitisers With Methanol Can blind - NAFDAC

HEALTH

The Mayor of Johannesburg, South Africa dies from Covid-19 complications.

The impact of Covid-19 has left devastating effect on economies but more devastating is that it has taken away many Lives of those we love, most of whom has starring role in the society. As reported by AI Jazeera, the provincial government of Johannesburg on 9th July, announced that the mayor of the city, Geoff Makhubo has died.

  1 year ago ago
The Mayor of Johannesburg, South Africa dies from Covid-19 complications.

JUSTICE

DaddyFreeze Reacts After Protesters Looted Coffin And Blood Banks In South Africa

Following recent attacks on shops and offices by some hoodlums in Johannesburg, South Africa, who claim to have been doing so in protest against the imprisonment of a former president Jacob Zuma, Daddy Freeze has bemoaned the economic jeopardy they seem to be putting their country and their own lives into.

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DaddyFreeze Reacts After Protesters Looted Coffin And Blood Banks In South Africa

HEALTH

Covid19 Cases In South Africa Increases To 2.1Million, Mayor Dies Of It's Complications

Covid19 cases in South Africa have increased to 2.1 million, as Mayor of Johannesburg, Mayor Geof Makubo, reportedly died of its complications. The new wave of the deadly virus disease is striking hard on South Africa with over 2.1 million recorded cases, and the country has been considered as one with the highest number of cases

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Covid19 Cases In South Africa Increases To 2.1Million, Mayor Dies Of It's Complications

HEALTH

Johannesburg Mayor Geoff Makhubo has died of coronavirus infection.

The mayor of Johannesburg, South Africa’s economic hub and largest city, has died after contracting the coronavirus. IMAGE SOURCE: Blomberg.com Mayor of Johannesburg has reported On June 20, Makhubo’s offices that he had experienced affirmative for Covid-19 and has deceased into self-quarantine as fraction of the recovery process.

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Johannesburg Mayor Geoff Makhubo has died of coronavirus infection.

ENTERTAINMENT

Meet The Nigerian Musician Who Survived A Tragic Plane Crash (Photos)

Plane crashes across the globe are very much limited and unusual, but when it occurs, it usually leads to a high loss of lives and life-threatening injuries. Persons who survive are always extremely thankful to God, as it is very rare to survive a ghastly plane crash.

  1 year ago ago
Meet The Nigerian Musician Who Survived A Tragic Plane Crash (Photos)

HEALTH

Tragedy strikes as Top Government Official Dies Of Covid-19 at the age of 53

The Mayor of Johannesburg has recently been reported dead. His death was a result of some complications due to the third wave of the Corona Virus. Mayor Geoff Makhubo was suffering from fatalities due to the Covid since last month. While the country had not issued the vaccine to citizens under the age of 60, the Mayor was diagnosed of the virus.

  1 year ago ago
Tragedy strikes as Top Government Official Dies Of Covid-19 at the age of 53

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Product shortages threaten South Africa after six days of protests

Long lines formed in front of service stations, especially around Durban and Johannesburg, after the country's largest refinery announced the closure "due to force majeure" on Tuesday. Food and fuel shortages threatened South Africa on the sixth day of a wave of violence and looting that erupted after the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma, has already left at least 72 dead and remains amid endemic unemployment and new restrictions by the coronavirus.

  1 year ago ago
Product shortages threaten South Africa after six days of protests