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Addis-Ababa Agreement between two Sudans is bony fish worth chewing

By John A. AkecPersonal circumstances did not allow me to comment on the September 27th 2012 agreement between South Sudan and Sudan in the Ethiopian Capital, Addis-Ababa.  That now the agreement is facing some tremendous challenges to implementat...

Wau Casualties of Taking Towns to People

  By Martin Garang AherJust like the time of Jervas Yak ubango, acting governor of Bahr el Ghazal during the premiership of Mohamed Ahmed Mahjoub (1965-1966, 1967-1969), and on a completely differential paradox, the city of Wau on Sunday 9th&...

And The Question is ‘What killed Isaiah Abraham?’

By  Martin Garang AherOn December 5th, 2012, a day that has become one of the drabbest days in South Sudan, and particularly bloodcurdling within the circles of the intellectual community and the media, Isaiah Abraham was killed in the coldes...

Dividing a Country!!

Here I'm again, Sorry for being lazy all this time.9-Jul-2011 was black day in Sudan history when we lost a half of our country according to agreement between two political Parties.Maybe somebodies will say Sudanese people chose separation, but the tru...

Dinka Malual: Going North or Going it Alone

The devil is in the details of South Sudan and Sudan oil agreement for Dinka MalualMartin Garang AherSeptember 27, 2012 will be remembered by Dinka Malual of Northern Bahr el Ghazal as the month which brought back to life the dark history over the cont...

Can South Sudan Grow New Universities without New Vice Chancellors?

By John A. AkecUNBEG Vice Chancellor (John Akec, right) honours the Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Hon. Gabriel Kuc Abyei at new Admin Building in Aweil, March 15th 2012Project Universities without Vice Chancellors and No FundingDr Peter Adwok Ny...

System Down and the Sudanese Revolution

the Sudanese Protesters movement is still going on, even thought the Sudanese government has decided to go back on it recent decision to increase electricity prices, more information about that check the fallowing link. http://www.sudantribune.com/Suda...

Sudan’s Street Protests are not Entirely Good Omens

By Martin Garang AherSudanese are on the streets! And they are poised to carry on with their intentions irrespective of government rebukes. Perhaps the Arab Spring déjà vu has ultimately come to town. It will remain to be seen if the Sudanese will real...

Sudan Youth United for a brighter tomorrow

  As a Sudanese i am well aware of the power the is within our youth, we are a large part of the Sudanese society, we are the future of Sudan and we are the teacher of the next generation. it is in our duty to protect our right and there rights...

Egyptian youth show solidary with Sudanese Youth Movement

just recently while checking several tweets, I came across this photo of young Egyptian protester that are protesting in front of the Sudanese embassy in Cairo, they are stating there support for the Sudanese youth movement in Sudan. translation: (...

Syrian Youth Message to Sudanese Youth we are with you.

while surfing the net I came across this photo in several Sudanese youth group on Facebook and on other site. the support of Syrian youth movement to the Sudanese youth movement is growing and I am sensing the increase in solidarity between the two cou...

protest starts in Sudan capital Khartoum and other cities in Sudan

protest started in several areas in Sudan, a youtube clip show, I hear of news stating the police even entered as usual the main campus in Khartoum university and several people were arrested. several universities had protesters in them Khartoum Uni...

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