Juba

By IAfrica
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Apr 22nd, 2014
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By Peter Gai Manyuon “A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death”, from unknown author. According to what had happened in Jonglei State Capital Bor on the 17th of April 2014 where one hundred and for...
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Apr 22nd, 2014
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By Juliana Bol It was a bit disturbing to hear news of our citizens in the IDP camps (where they are seeking protection and shelter) celebrating the recapture of Bentiu -in light of what this recapture actually occasioned. 200 civilians [allegedly] killed in a mosque. Non-Nuer civilians and foreign n...
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Apr 21st, 2014
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By Steve Paterno The theme of this article develops as a result of my extensive research and writings on a culture of revenge killings among South Sudanese communities, particularly among cattle herding communities. Of recent, with abundant supplies of deadly arms to civilians, the age old ethnic riv...
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Apr 18th, 2014
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BY: Peter Gai Manyuon, SOUTH SUDAN Each and everyone globally knows about the genocide that has been carried out in Juba by President Kiir and his loyalists in Sudan people Liberation Army (SPLA) forces led by James Hoth Mai, Kuol Manyang, Malong Awan and etc…etc. However the killing, raping and tort...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 16th, 2014
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– An essay by Andrew Green On February 15th, South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir stepped out for a rare public appearance. The youth wing of the ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) party had organized a rally. The event’s theme, coming exactly two months after the start of the fighting th...
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Apr 15th, 2014
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By Dong Samuel Luak President Kiir is well known among his comrades of intelligence and calmness, he never forgets, always forgives, but for him the year 1991 is not forgivable or forgettable. The question is whether he will forgive Pagan and his comrades who are charged with treason? He repeatedly m...
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Apr 9th, 2014
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By Peter Gai Manyuon What is clicking mostly in people minds among South Sudanese is who is going to be number one in the list of the criminals who will be given sanction by United States of America (USA) in this scenario where there is rebellion in three states of the Republic of South Sudan [&helli...
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Apr 2nd, 2014
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By Margaret Barthel  1. It’s the world’s youngest country. The background: following years of conflict, South Sudan peacefully gained its independence from Sudan in July 2011 after voters approved a referendum creating the new country. The split was hailed as a step towards full peace in a region dee...
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Mar 22nd, 2014
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By Peter Gai Manyuon May 21, 2014 – “RHETORIC The art of making life less believable; the calculated use of language, not to alarm but to do full harm to our busy minds and properly dispose our listeners to a pain they have never dreamed of. The context of what can be known establishes that […...
By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 19th, 2014
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South Sudan is not South Africa. Thabo Mbeki and Mahmood Mamdani argue in their recent NY Times article that courts can’t end civil wars. No doubt on their own they cannot, but justice is a critical component for long-term peace. Peace is more than the end of war, and courts are often an essential el...