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Foreigners in South Africa fear for safety after attacks

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Foreigners in South Africa fear for safety after attacks

Foreigners in South Africa fear for safety after attacks

Nigerian leader condemns anti-foreigner attacks in South Africa after days of rioting

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Zindzi Mandela, daughter of anti-apartheid icons Nelson and Winnie Mandela, has died at the age of 59. Zindzi, who was Nelson and Winnie Mandela's youngest daughter, died early Monday morning. She was born in 1960 to Nelson, South Africa’s first black president, and Winnie, an anti-apartheid activist. The 59-year-old woman was a political activist and South Africa's ambassador to Denmark. Zindzi Mandela is survived by her husband and four children. Her cause of death has not been released.

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Airports in the capital, Abuja, and the commercial hub, Lagos, have reopened and domestic flights have resumed after three months of coronavirus restrictions.

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Airports reopened for domestic flights in Nigeria on Wednesday, as the country tries to reopen an economy hit hard by low oil prices and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Angela Ukomadu reports.

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