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Monthly Archives: June 2013
By Denis Dumo, Juba South Sudan Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny is expecting to visit to Khartoum tomorrow Tuesday for talks on oil row with his counterpart Ali Osman Mohammed Taha. However, the VP will be accompanied … Continue reading
By Denis Dumo-Juba, The International Organization for Migration (IOM) yesterday has launched a report indicated that over 2 million South Sudanese returnees across the region has lack access to basic services. However, the IOM Chief of Mission, Vincent Houver, explained … Continue reading
“Bashir slapped me and he cried and ran and accused me”, President’s Kiir says.
By Denis Dumo– South Sudan (Juba) Analyze Kiir speech: Yesterday president Salva Kiir has reiterated that, his government is committed to implement the Cooperation Agreement signed last year, despite the decision of Sudanese President Omer Bashir of shutting down the … Continue reading
By Denis Dumo- Juba Since South Sudan gained her Independent from Sudan on July 9th, 2011, the environment for studies in South Sudan particularly University of Juba does not reached to the expectation of the people of South Sudan. Some … Continue reading
By Denis Dumo-Juba The IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, yesterday has launched Africa Leasing Facility in South Sudan, which will work to lay the foundation for small business owners to grow their businesses through an increased ability … Continue reading