South Sudan

By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 20th, 2014
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by Alatenumo Inc Ever since the Ebola plague reared its head in some parts of West Africa a few months ago, the world has been in panic mode. Almost 9,300 people have been infected with nearly 50% of the victims dying. The medical resources in the affected countries have been stretched to the limit w...
By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 7th, 2014
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By Lutz Oette October 6, 2014 – Reading South Sudan’s new Security Bill, scheduled to be debated in Juba’s parliament on Tuesday, prompted an uneasy déjà vu. For a moment, it felt as though I am reading Sudan’s 2010 National Security Act. This Act has been the subject of much criticism, giving ...
By IAfrica
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Sep 16th, 2014
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BY: Daniel Juol Nhomngek, South Sudan, SEP/16?2014, SSN; WHY? WHAT IS THE PROBLEM OF LAKES STATE: CAN WE GET A LONG TERM SOLUTION? Lakes State is one of the ten States in South Sudan occupied by over ninety percent of Dinka people of the Republic of South Sudan. Besides, it is one of the historical [...
By IAfrica
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Sep 16th, 2014
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BY: DR. PETER KOPLING, South Sudan, SEP/16/2014, SSN; By her most recent move, IGAD has formally declared war on the South Sudanese people. IGAD has set in place the pretext and justification of joining Museveni in his genocidal quest not only against the Nuer people in particular, but every single S...
By IAfrica
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Sep 15th, 2014
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BY: Peter Kleto, South Sudanese, SEPT/15/2014, SSN; South Sudan has been plunged into civil war due to disagreement in the top leadership of the SPLM party. The disagreement on the wording of the four basic SPLM documents, the constitution, the Manifesto, the code of conduct and rules and regulations...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Sep 15th, 2014
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BY: Johnson Makuac Makur, LAKES STATE, SEPT/15/2014, SSN; Lakes State is a place in deep chaos. The problems of Lakes State are just too many. Revenge killings, road ambushes and cattle raiding have become synonymous with daily life and the news of death is all around. But the worst about it all is t...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Sep 15th, 2014
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BY: Juma Mabor Marial, JUBA, SEPT/15/2014, SSN; As peace talks in Addis Ababa resumes today Monday, September 15, 2013, the attention will be drawn to transitional arrangement with formation of the transitional government of national unity topping the agenda. As already is the case, the IGAD intentio...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Sep 13th, 2014
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By: Wunchir Atong, South Sudan Mission in UK, SEP/13/2014, SSN; As custodian of this great and esteemed people of GREATER BOR (Bor Twi and Duken), I have always thought washing our dirty linen in public is the least thing we can do. Unfortunately, and to my utmost mortification, my TWI people aren&rs...
By IAfrica
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Sep 12th, 2014
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BY: Chuol C. Puoch, SOUTH SUDAN, SEP/14/2014, SSN; I would rather say it is disgusting having this turned-criminal political group calling itself a political party and insidiously run the affairs of the Country. SPLM party has failed beyond reasonable explanation, and its failure has absolutely been ...
By IAfrica
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Sep 12th, 2014
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BY: ELHAG PAUL, SOUTH SUDAN, SEPT/12/2014, SSN; Since the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) assembly of heads of states and governments held in Nairobi on 27th December 2013 arrogated to itself the mediation role in the conflict in South Sudan, it was clear that it would be difficult ...