Monthly Archives: September 2013

Juba and Khartoum agree to open trade borders

By Denis Dumo Scopas The joint high level committee JHLC from the republic of South Sudan and Sudan has agreed to implement four freedom agreements on “freedom of residence, freedom of movement, freedom to undertake economic activity and freedom to … Continue reading

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US angered by Sudan’s Bashir bid to visit New York

By Denis Dumo Scopas The United States has disclosed that Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir has officially applied for a visa to travel to the country to attend the UN General Assembly which will be held in New York City end … Continue reading

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Kiir returns Telar Deng to legal affairs advisory post

By Denis Dumo Scopas  South Sudan president Salva Kiir Mayardit on Tuesday issued a decree reinstating Telar Riing Deng to an advisory post on legal affairs, reversing previous appointment as minister justice designate. On Tuesday, president issued a decree reinstating … Continue reading

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ZTE donates waterproof bags to schoolchildren

A Chinese telecommunication company, Zhongxing Telecommunication Equipment (ZTE) has donated over one thousand waterproof bags to schoolchildren in Uror county of Jonglei state. The donation is part of over ten thousand bags that has been pledged by Company to enable … Continue reading

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President Kiir to visit Khartoum tomorrow

By Denis Dumo Scopas South Sudan has announced that president Salva Kiir Mayardit will pay an official working visit tomorrow Tuesday to the Sudanese capital Khartoum for bilateral talks with his counterpart Omer Hassan Al-Bashir. Foreign ministry spokesperson Mawien Makol … Continue reading

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