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Kiir to Governors: SPLM-IO to govern 44% of South Sudan

President Salva Kiir while briefing States governors, TGoNU Ministers, and Heads of Commissions on the recently signed peace agreement in Juba, Kiir informed the governors that some governor might be jobless if luck is not flipping with them. He told the governor that as stipulated in the signed agreement between Government and the opposition, 14 states […]

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Lack of training facilities in Juba forces Bright Stars to train in Khartoum

South Sudan national football team, Bright Stars  are in Sudan capital, Khartoum for a four-week training ahead of a friendly Matches with their counterparts ahead of their Match for the African Cup of Nations qualifications 2019 against Mali next month in Juba. The team travelled to Khartoum because Juba has no modern training facilities for players to […]

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WTF! Mabior Garang plans to quit politic to become chef

Politic can be a daunting career in South Sudan especially after the 2013 political crisis. Many have left the political arena or decide to do it partially. The news reaching our desk alleges that Mabior Garang wants to call it QUIT!. A source who asked for anonymous alleges that Mabior Garang wants to quit politic […]

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Ethiopia’s Water hyacinths both beauty and beast

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle
August 14, 2018 (ADDIS ABABA) – Lake Tana, Ethiopia’s largest and Africa’s second largest lake is gradually being overrun by an aquatic weed – the water hyacinth.
The plant, locally known as Emboch, has already covered 50 thousand hectares of the lake, according to Bahir-Dar University.
They appear beautiful on the surface of a water body, but fast-growing water hyacinths threaten to cause widespread damage to biodiversity, fishing, and even hydroelectric power.
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Sudan remains most dangerous place for aid workers: report

August 14, 2018 (JUBA) – For the third consecutive year, South Sudan has been classified as the most violent context for aid workers, reflecting a chaotic situation and an atmosphere of impunity for armed actors.
In its latest report covering the violence against humanitarian actors across the world in 2018, the Britain based Humanitarian Outcomes group said with 24 humanitarians killed in 2017 South Sudan remains the most dangerous country in the world for aid workers.
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