Scoan preacher TB Joshua said Nigerians, South Africans and other overseas nationals were "martyrs of the Kingdom of God", in the building collapse.
President Vladimir Putin said Russia would rather focus on strengthening its domestic market, but if he wanted, he could invade Kiev in just two days.
Rescuers have recovered more dead bodies from the rubble at the Scoan building collapse, but say they still have not been able to identify the bodies.
The government has reversed its announcement that only nationals can work in the country, saying employment regulations "will be discussed later".
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe voiced his support for Russia, describing Western sanctions against Moscow as "illegal".
Lesotho may head to the polls soon in an attempt to restore political stability, as the country's leadership crisis appears to be intensifying.
Treasury has said it will be allocating support funding to state-owned power utility Eskom to "help relieve the impact on electricity consumers".
New Zealand have beaten SA - crushing the teams' dream of wanting to win to cap celebrations for captain Jean de Villiers 100th Test.
Researchers in Japan have conducted the first ever surgery using 'iPS' stem cells - harvested from skin cells - on a woman's retina.
Judge Thokozile Masipa on Thursday found Oscar Pistorius not guilty of murder, but left the door open for a conviction on manslaughter.