South Sudan

By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 22nd, 2014
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By: John Bith Aliap, Australia, JUL/22/2014, SSN; The Rep. of South Sudan is filled to the brim with different tribal groups. Each and every group want its tribal interest met by the government. This has often caused conflicts and violence. In recent weeks or months, both rebels led by the sacked vic...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 22nd, 2014
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BY: Kuir ë Garang, ALBERTA, CANADA, JUL/22/2014, SSN; Let’s not kid ourselves! South Sudan is a completely tribalized country. We can pretend that only a given section of the society is the problem but history will soon show that the sooner we acknowledge it and find a way to get rid of it...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 19th, 2014
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BY: MOHA THABO, SOUTH AFRICAN, JUL/19/2014, SSN; As an expert in South Sudanese and Sudan’s affairs, and someone who has worked in the Sudan for more than 30 years, and after interviewing so many South Sudanese citizens, community leaders, intellectuals, academia and political and civil society...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 18th, 2014
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BY: SINDANI SEBIT, NAIROBI, JUL/18/2014, SSN; Part 5 of these series focuses mainly on the sources of financial resources for both the Federal Government and Federal states and how the federal resources can be distributed between the federal government and states. It will further illustrate how state...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 18th, 2014
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By: Concerned Jieng Community Elders, Juba, South Sudan. JUL/18/2014, SSN, (Forwarded by D.M. Agok, JUBA); Introduction: People of South Sudan have not agreed on the system of governance they should adopt to rule themselves peacefully. The recent Agreement between the government and the Murle Communi...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 17th, 2014
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By: Jacob K. Lupai, JUBA, JUL/17/2014, SSN; The debate on federalism for South Sudan has produced some mixed feelings and reactions. Some people are totally opposed to it, claiming that the system of governance in South Sudan is already federalism. They argue that the present decentralization or devo...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 17th, 2014
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By Jérôme Tubiana The inclusion of civil society in efforts to defuse the South Sudan crisis has so far been fraught. The parties to the conflict (see our recent report South Sudan: A Civil War by Any Other Name) all have their own ideas about what civil society is; and each party tends to believe th...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 17th, 2014
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By Solomon A. Dersso Despite their legal attributes, in functional terms many African states (constructs of the continent’s encounter with colonial rule) came into being without possessing the requisite qualities of statehood. Apart from their alienation from the lived political and socio-cultural ex...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 16th, 2014
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BY: DENG LUETH YUANG, B.A., M.A. CALGARY, CANADA, JUL/16/2014, SSN; One thing is clear in my crystal ball. It is that NOW OFFICIALLY I am aware South Sudan is at war with itself – seven months of civil war and mass suffering and displacement. Pres. Kiir is renewing his fight by buying billions ...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Jul 15th, 2014
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BY: SINDANI SEBIT, NAIROBI, JUL/15/2014, SSN; The Part 4 of these series focuses essentially on the proposed judicial system in a Federal Republic of South Sudan. It outlines the basic aim of the judicial system, its composition and independence, the structures at the Federal and Federal State levels...