By Zechariah Manyok Biar In my recent article, “Proven wrong,” I suggested that the way South Sudan can improve by at least one point next year in the failed states grading is to target at least two issues that make it a failed state and improve on them. I did not offer the strategies that [...]
Apr 5th, 2013
Badu, K Actually, potential economic benefits (tax revenues, and development outcomes) can be derived from small-scale mining. It is also true that small-scale mining is a significant contributor to the economic and social well-being of many people and households in rural, remote, and poor communitie...
Feb 10th, 2013
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,...