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Press Release: Nigerian Lives Matter (NLM) on Xenophobic Attacks in South...

Nigerian Lives Matter (NLM) Strongly Condemns the Recent Attacks on Non-South African Nationals in Pretoria, South Africa. It has become a consistent position where the...

There’s No Reason for Xenophobia in South Africa, Not Even Bad...

I received an article as the Public Relations head and Editor for the Nigerian Lives Matter website. The writer alluded to his various reasons...

Xenophobia in South Africa: Fire 🔥 in Soweto ~ Biodun Idris

Of all the nationalities on the African continent and the black race in general, Nigerians are wired differently. Positively different. Nigerians are the most intelligent, most...

The Politicization of Xenophobia: Cyril Ramaphosa versus Malema, South Africa 2019...

As the elections draw near, we sit by our TV screens, we sit with out phones in hand, we have our passports and tickets...

Travelling through Africa: Stereotypes and the Hate Culture

I consider it an ordeal to travel in Africa. My parents travelled a lot when I was younger and I have always wanted to...

Kendrick Lamar Calls Out White Fan For Rapping The ‘N-word’

If you use violently racist rhetoric, please do not be surprised when the recipient responds violently. Kendrick Lamar, the US music star and Pulitzer prize...

It is all discrimination

Sometime earlier this year, I got chatting with a young Nigerian man who works at my former place of work. We used to talk...

Boycott Dove: right response? Maybe not but the soap giant needs...

Have you seen those court cases where one of the attorneys will say something so outrageous knowing that the judge will disallow it? Judge...

I’m glad British Airways stewardess got sacked but I’m a Virgin...

I can't believe any well travelled Nigerian will try to make a case for the sacked British Airways stewardess accused of making a racist...

Is the Black Child born disadvantaged? – The Talking Drum on...

  There is no getting away from the fact that Africa still has a long way to go when it comes to development and drawing...