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Fahmida Miller
TV correspondent for Aljazeera English. Based in Johannesburg, previously Nairobi. Personal views. RT's are not endorsements.
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Fahmida Miller Sep 20
Thousands of people in join the global
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AFPFactCheck 🔎 Sep 17
🇿🇦 🇹🇿 Photographs of the victims of a fuel tanker explosion in Tanzania are circulating in misleading social media posts that suggest they show victims of the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa. reports
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Fahmida Miller Sep 12
protestors demonstrating against gender based violence move to the entrance of the . They are being stopped by security. They say they are here to
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Fahmida Miller Sep 12
At the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in the city’s economic hub. has begun. Protestors want corporate South Africa to take a stand against gender based violence- organizers want government to act against what they are calling a national crisis
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Fahmida Miller Sep 11
A small group of people have been turned back due to incorrect/no documents. They say they will take the second flight on Thursday to following in About 600 Nigerians are expected to leave-about half are taking today’s first free flight
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Fahmida Miller Sep 10
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A second bus load of people has arrived. One Nigerian man says he is leaving with his wife and two children. He has been in South Africa for 6 years and says he is angry and has had enough. He says his shop in Johannesburg was burned down during
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Fahmida Miller Sep 10
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So far 12 people have been killed in a fresh wave of violence in recent weeks. 10 South Africans and two foreign nationals. People here say they don’t feel safe. There are South Africans who blame foreigners for taking their jobs and contributing to escalating crime rates
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Fahmida Miller Sep 10
The first group of Nigerians being repatriated from on free flights has arrived at the OR Tambo airport. It’s expected that more than 600 people will return to following
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The Stream Jul 25
Thank you to our guests today , , Imaam Fahkier Mohamed and Henriette Abrahams. If you missed today’s show, you can watch the full episode here:
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Karyn Maughan Jul 19
Replying to @karynmaughan
"I have evidence which indicates that some of the money collected through the CR17 (Ramaphosa election) campaign trust account was also transferred into the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation account from where it was also transferred to other beneficiaries.” Mkhwebane
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Fahmida Miller Jul 19
Meanwhile in Johannesburg former President Jacob Zuma has pulled out of the Commision of inquiry into state capture (corruption) saying he has been treated unfairly after being implicated in previous testimonies by government officials and other witnesses
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Fahmida Miller Jul 19
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Public Protector: Ramaphosa violated the code of ethics
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Fahmida Miller Jul 19
South Africa’s Public Protector has released a report into a donation to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s ANC presidential campaign.She’s found that Ramaphosa misled Parliament when he said the money was for his son and then recanted saying it went to his campaign -but he didn’t know
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Fahmida Miller Jul 17
RIP Johnny Clegg. Speaking to those who loved him, and there are many, we are reminded that the icons are leaving us. Sipho Hotstix Mabuse says it was not just through Cleggs’s music but through his life that he left his mark across cultures
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Fahmida Miller Jul 16
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Fahmida Miller Jul 13
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People say their children feel like hostages in their homes.They talk about threats from gangs, poverty & unemployment. How this crisis requires more than just the army for any hope of a solution -but that at the very least it’s a respite from living in what they call a war zone
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Fahmida Miller Jul 13
Our crew has just left Mannenberg. After just 2 hours there we had to leave after a gang shoot out at the junction where we were working. People running, ducking for cover, traffic at a stand still. That’s just one morning.This is the every day reality of people living there
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Fahmida Miller Jul 9
Tweeting this again as the extent of crime & make life on the Cape flats & townships unbearable for many.Where a walk to the corner shop could be your last. Paramedics speak to about the danger they face when trying to do their work
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Fahmida Miller Jul 5
Two days of protests in (Blantyre and Lilongwe) this week over elections results. Opposition parties and supporters say the May election was rigged and the electoral Commision is to blame and they will any top officials to resign. Protests have been ongoing
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Fahmida Miller Jul 5
Africa... by the New York Times
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