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South African Police Officer Found Guilty of Killing Nigerian

A twenty-four-year-old South African police constable, Austin Luciano Reynold, has been found guilty for the 2018 murder of a Nigerian Ebuka Okoli in Durban,...

South Africa’s Zuma Loses Bid to Appeal Against Bribe Trial

A South African court on Friday dismissed former president Jacob Zuma’s attempts to appeal against a corruption trial in which he faces charges related...

Air Peace Chairman, Allen Onyema’s Alleged Multi-Million Dollar Fraud — FULL INDICTMENT

Federal authorities in the United States have identified Nigerian businessman and founder of Air Peace Limited, Allen Onyema, as the mastermind of a series...

U.S. Court Issues Warrant of Arrest for Air Peace Boss, Allen Onyeama

A warrant of arrest has been issued against Allen Onyema of Air Peace Limited for alleged money laundering and bank fraud in the United...

Air Peace CEO Onyema Wanted in Canada for Alleged Multimillion Dollar Fraud in U.S.

Canadian authorities have commenced efforts to execute a corresponding arrest warrant issued for a Nigerian businessman accused of fraud in the United States. Allen Onyema,...

Indian ‘Court’ Orders Rape Victim to Sell Baby

A 16-year-old girl, who gave birth to a child, after allegedly being raped by two men was ordered by Panchayat (a formalised local self-governance...

Congolese ‘Terminator’ Warlord Gets Harshest ICC Sentence Ever

The International Criminal Court sentenced Congolese rebel Bosco “Terminator” Ntaganda to 30 years in jail for war crimes and crimes against humanity on Thursday,...

Police, Lawyers Clash Over Parking Spot in India

Hundreds of Indian police staged a rare and angry protest on Tuesday (Nov 5) after a row with lawyers that initially started over a...

Kenya Chief Justice Accuses Government of Starving Judiciary of Funds

Kenya’s chief justice lashed out on Monday at budget cuts that he said were intended to undermine the court system and would hamper an...

Heatwave: Malawi Court Suspends Wearing of Wigs, Gowns

A heatwave has forced Malawi's constitutional court to suspend its requirement for lawyers and judges to wear traditional white wigs and black robes in the courtroom. Temperatures in...