Central Equatoria

By IAfrica
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Jul 3rd, 2014
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By John A. Akec July 2, 2014 - A Week cannot be longer than seven days If you catch cold and seek medical advice, it will take you only a week to recover from it; and if you don’t see your doctor, the cold will last for only seven days to get over. This was […]...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 20th, 2013
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By Unni Karunakara This year marks 30 years since Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) began providing medical care in the area that now makes up South Sudan. Our first project was in Yei in Central Equatoria in 1983, where we delivered healthcare to the local population and refugees fleeing the civil war ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 16th, 2013
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By Aly Verjee Think of tropical hard wood – ebony, mahogany, teak – and you probably don’t think of South Sudan.  One of the country’s lesser-known natural resource superlatives is its relative abundance of forests.  Government figures suggest that there are almost 200,000km2 of forested lands in Sou...
By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 10th, 2013
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By Jacob K. Lupai Recently land grabbing in and around Juba has hit news headlines. The Citizen newspaper of Friday, January 25, 2013 – Vol.7. Issue No. 356 had as a lead news headline ‘Interior Ministry Orders Arrest of Land Grabbers and Associates in Juba’. The same newspaper of Friday, February 1,...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 17th, 2013
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By Steven Wöndu A report by New Times of January 14th that the government of Central Equatoria plans to construct roads and distribute seeds and fertilizers breathed fresh air into my ears. Last year I published a complaint that the government of Central Equatoria was ‘sleeping on the job’. I singled...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 30th, 2012
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By Jacob K. Lupai South Sudan, up until 9 July 2011, was an integral part of the Sudan. Precisely on the 9th July 2011 it became the independent Republic of South Sudan, the newest country on planet earth. What was left was North Sudan which decided to retain the name Sudan. It was not clear [&hellip...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Nov 18th, 2012
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By Jerome Starkey, Reuters JUBA, South Sudan — On Christmas Eve last year, a 27-year-old hospital porter from Central Equatoria drank himself into oblivion and woke up the next day in a police cell, accused of a double murder. Martin Woro had no recollection of the previous night, and could not affor...
By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 25th, 2012
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By Zechariah Manyok Biar Why do you think, here in South Sudan, people standing in line waiting for their turn to exchange their money create second and third or more lines against the directives of officials operating the Exchange Forex Bureau? Why do you think people driving on Juba roads block veh...
By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 28th, 2012
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Juba – South Sudan has signed a ceasefire with the largest of several rebel groups which threaten the stability of the world’s newest nation, the government said on Tuesday. The deal to integrate an estimated 1 800 guerilla fighters into the South’s army comes after rebel chief and ...
By benim
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Sep 14th, 2011
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The Chief Justice of the Republic of South Sudan (RoSS), Justice Chan Reec Madut, on Tuesday directed primary courts to apply an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) system in its proceedings to speed up disposal of cases. JPEG – 34.2 kb Chief Justice of the Republic of South Sudan, Justice Cha...