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First Legal Case against Kiir’s Government for Gang Rape & Sexual Slavery Lodged.

DEC/06/2018, SSN; The Legal Action Worldwide (LAW) has lodged the first case against the government of South Sudan led by President Salva Kiir for sexual violence against 30 South Sudanese women and girls by members of the South Sudan army, currently known as the South Sudan People’s Defense Forces (SSPDF) and formerly the Sudan People’s […]

Buor and Tuei are toxic separatists says Aguer Panyang

The governor of Jonglei state Colonel Phillip Aguer Payang has finally expressed what he thinks about the people he is governing. The governor feels Buor and Tuei are not cooperative and always lock horns over name issue. A trusted source disclosed that Aguer is heartbroken by the fact that the two communities do not get […]

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Mabior Garang confesses he will apologize to get back into the government

Former South Sudanese minster Mabior Garang aka Lil Garang has been finding it rough in Rwanda after he blew up quiet a huge percentage of all the money he ever called his on parties and getting hammered and stoned at the same time with his buds. As you all know some people celebrate Holloween and […]

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National People’s Movement (NPM): Political Declaration of Another New South Sudanese Party

NOV/27/2018, SSN, Public statement; The achievement of independence by South Sudan in 2011 was an important milestone in the country’s history. This proud win came about following a protracted struggle that lasted more than half a century, with brief interval of relative peace. Millions of lives were lost and some of the citizens driven out […]

South Sudan, the Way to Economic Growth

BY: Dominic UKELO, South Sudanese, NOV/22/2018, SSN; Today, more countries are experiencing violent conflicts than in the last 30 years and as stated in Robert Ricigliano’s book, “Making Peace Last,” 25 percent of peace agreements relapse into violence within five years, and these failures significantly increase the likelihood of these conflicts becoming more violent, leading […]

Netherlands Donates $9 Million To Maintain Roads In The Country

The World Food Programme (WFP) said it has received an €8 million (US$9 million) contribution from the Kingdom of the Netherlands to improve smallholder farmers’ access to markets by rehabilitating and maintaining roads in South Sudan over the next four years. WFP said in a statement extended to Radio Tamazuj today that the project will […]

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Paul Malong’s Official Goes Missing In Khartoum

A senior member of the South Sudan United Front (SSUF) led by General Paul Malong has gone missing in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, according to his family. Omar Ishag Mohammed, who heads the SSUF office in Khartoum, disappeared since Wednesday. “He left his home on Wednesday and hasn’t been seen or heard since that day, “Omar’s […]

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The Consequences of Failing to Implement R_ARCSS

BY: Dominic Ukelo, South Sudan, OCT/27/2018, SSN; Until recently, International Community focused its attention on the negotiation of peace agreements to resolve conflicts in the Republic of South Sudan and paid little attention to effective implementation process. Unfortunately, during the last decades it has been proven that insufficiency in implementation of agreements has led to […]

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