Buhari and Ramaphosa are expected to meet at a state visit in South Africa next month
More than 600 Nigerians are expected to return from South Africa this week, the Nigerian government has said
At least 12 people have been killed by a surge of anti-foreigner violence in the country's financial capital last week
Ramaphosa "has condemned in the strongest terms a resurgence in public violence that claimed two lives in Johannesburg on Sunday
On its Twitter handle, the Nigerian foreign ministry says free flights have been offered to Nigerian traders wishing to go back home.
Five deaths -- most of them, South Africans -- have been reported, police said, adding that 189 people had been arrested
The decision came after mobs descending on business hubs and townships in various parts of South Africa
Nigeria’s foreign affairs minister, Geoffrey Onyeama says South African police protection has been “ineffective"
Such violence breaks out sporadically in South Africa, where many nationals blame foreigners for high unemployment
Human Rights Watch last week reported that dozens of truck drivers in the country have died in attacks against foreigners since March 2018