Juba

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Aug 23rd, 2014
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– By James Copnall Maban county, Upper Nile state, South Sudan, August 2014 Until early August, Maban county was mostly famous for the misery of others. Nearly 130,000 Sudanese refugees live – and sometimes die – in desperately difficult conditions in several makeshift camps in Maban, having fled the...
By IAfrica
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Aug 14th, 2014
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By Peter Gai Manyuon Is politics preaching about tribalism? Is politics taking Country resources? Is politics killing people in ethnicity line? Is politics raping women and girls? Or what is the politics that is going on in South Sudan under the leadership of Gen Salva Kiir Mayardit? Logically, what ...
By IAfrica
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Jul 14th, 2014
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By: Gabriel M. Tor, Though, I am saddened like never before in our fragile lives and story, I am mourning but not mourning the dead, whom I sincerely respect, the fallen poor comrades in uniform and civilian clothes, but inside my heart, am mourning our brainlessness’ disaster of the South Sudanese a...
By IAfrica
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Jul 9th, 2014
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By: Tongun Lo Loyuong, UK, After three years of independence, South Sudan has drastically dashed the widespread hope, expectations and optimism not only of the people of South Sudan but also the well-wishers and contributors amongst the members of the international community to its independence, whic...
By IAfrica
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Jul 7th, 2014
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  Federalism in South Sudan’s Political History: Federalism was a historical demand by South Sudanese in the former unified Sudan. And in the light of this fact, the demand for federalism in our political arena in South Sudan nowadays is not something new at all, because our leaders demanded for...
By IAfrica
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Jul 7th, 2014
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By Jacob K. Lupai, JUBA, The advice for people to be cautious in the ongoing rebellion in South Sudan is not a matter of taking sides. It is rather advisable for people to be objective and realistic in approaching issues that have been unfortunately seen contributing to the rebellion. The advice is e...
By IAfrica
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Jul 4th, 2014
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BY: Peter Utermando, South Sudan, JUL/04/2014, SSN; South Sudan as the world’s newest country had a great opportunity to embark on nation-building, institutional reforms and right decisions on the most suitable system of governance. However, since 2005 the government has been taking the country on th...
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 IAfrica
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May 23rd, 2014
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By Zechariah Manyok Biar South Sudan is really young. It seems its people in all their capacities mess up in the process of trying to do their best in serving their country better. The problem could be the lack of experiences in all the complexities of the rule of law. Many people who mess up [&helli...
By IAfrica
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Apr 30th, 2014
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By Eric Reeves and John Prendergast With Secretary of State John Kerry traveling to Ethiopia today, site of the peace talks for South Sudan, he will be greeted by a bracing reality: no civilians in the world are in greater danger than those of South Sudan. Not in Syria, Central African Republic, or D...