In East Africa
Dec 16th, 2013
CHARLTON DOKI AND RODNEY MUHUMUZA Associated Press South Sudan’s president on Monday ordered a dusk-to-dawn curfew in the capital after soldiers loyal to the former deputy attempted to seize power by force, leading to clashes between military factions that highlight the growing instability of t...
Sep 20th, 2012
albawaba Over recent years a recurrent theme on the lips of politicians and population alike in South Sudan, is the issue of corruption. Corruption, we are told, is like a cancer that is eating the society from the inside and the problem that must be rooted out if South Sudan is to move forward. Lett...
Jul 3rd, 2012
By Dhieu Mathok Diing Wol Home and Away conference’s hall in Juba city, the capital of the world’s newest country, South Sudan that ought to celebrate its first anniversary for the independence on July 9th, hosted the most renowned programme, “BBC Africa Debate” moderated by one of its journalist Mr....
Jan 19th, 2011
Sudan’s Best and Worst of Times It is the best of times in the Sudan. It is the worst of times in the Sudan. It is the happiest day in the Sudan. It is the saddest day in the Sudan. It is referendum for the Sudan. It is requiem for Africa. South Sudan just finished […]...
Jan 17th, 2011
Juba – Organisers pressed on with the marathon task of collating the verdict of south Sudan’s independence referendum on Monday after partial results from polling stations showed a landslide for secession. The two largest foreign observer missions, the European Union and the Carter Centre...