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Yes, there have been differences between the beginnings of the presidential system, which is understood universally and, of course, what is happening now is a peculiar case to Nigeria.Yes, there have been differences between the beginnings of the presidential system, which is understood universally and, of course, what is happening now is a peculiar case to Nigeria.

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Yes, there have been differences between the beginnings of the presidential system, which is understood universally and, of course, what is happening now is a peculiar case to Nigeria.Yes, there have been differences between the beginnings of the presidential system, which is understood universally and, of course, what is happening now is a peculiar case to Nigeria.

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“Dear Fellow South African, Last week, I had the honour to host President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria on a state visit. LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT: Read here: https://t.co/dptGX4d5eF”

Minister of Transport |Mr Fix 100days on Twitter: "Dear Fellow South African, Last week, I had the honour to host President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria on a state visit. LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT: Read here: https://t.co/dptGX4d5eF… https://t.co/DhBe5wGg2Q"

“Last week, I had the honour to host President Buhari on a state visit. Some people had thought that the visit would be tense and difficult following the attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa, and the angry reaction to these events in Nigeria. https://t.co/dsiUiQfWNm”

Cyril Ramaphosa 🇿🇦 on Twitter: "Last week, I had the honour to host President Buhari on a state visit. Some people had thought that the visit would be tense and difficult following the attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa, and the angry reaction to these events in Nigeria. https://t.co/dsiUiQfWNm… https://t.co/qDIfjueul1"

“This morning President @CyrilRamaphosa welcomed His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria at the Union Buildings on his State Visit to the Republic of South Africa. #NigeriaInSA 🇿🇦🇳🇬”

Minister Jackson Mthembu on Twitter: "This morning President @CyrilRamaphosa welcomed His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria at the Union Buildings on his State Visit to the Republic of South Africa. #NigeriaInSA 🇿🇦🇳🇬… https://t.co/vdAj1Y5fTw"

From apartheid to Mandela through Mbeki and Zuma till Ramaphosa, Nigeria has always been there for South Africa and vice versa but not always welcomeFrom apartheid to Mandela through Mbeki and Zuma till Ramaphosa, Nigeria has always been there for South Africa and vice versa but not always welcome

South Africa and Nigeria have had a turbulent relationship dating back to the early 1990s.South Africa and Nigeria have had a turbulent relationship dating back to the early 1990s.

A look back at the turbulent relationship between Nigeria and South Africa

A look back at the turbulent relationship between Nigeria and South Africa

It is important to realise that when South Africa and Nigeria work together it strengthens Africa’s integration agenda.It is important to realise that when South Africa and Nigeria work together it strengthens Africa’s integration agenda.

In his second newsletter, President Cyril Ramaphosa has slammed fake news on the recent xenophobic attacksIn his second newsletter, President Cyril Ramaphosa has slammed fake news on the recent xenophobic attacks

From fake news to intra-African trade: Cyril Ramaphosa's second newsletter

The presidential economic advisory council met on Wednesday to discuss the economic policies that South Africa should pursue to meet its developmental needs.The presidential economic advisory council met on Wednesday to discuss the economic policies that South Africa should pursue to meet its developmental needs.

What you need to know about Ramaphosa’s new economic advisory council | City Press

Buhari’s visit to South Africa eased tensions. But more needs to be doneAlthough Nigeria and South Africa are often cast as rivals they have a strong bilateral relationship

Buhari’s visit to South Africa eased tensions. But more needs to be done | Opinion | M&G