15 Dec 2018


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25 March 2017 | Comments (0)
Africa World Books is a vehicle set up to defy the common perceptions people usually have about book publishing as a business. Traditionally, publishing is associated with profit, ideology and/or academia. Read more
19 August 2014 | Comments (1)
The first post-war governor of Warrap State, Lewis Anei Madut Kuendit, has now written two books. The first is titled “The History of the Dinka People” while the second one is titled “Dinka Religion”. Read more
25 November 2012 | Comments (1)
The Eastern Equatoria State has become one of the first states to implement the introduction of South Sudan’s new academic calendar and curriculum following a call by the National Ministry of General Education after the country’s independence in July 2011. Read more
14 November 2012 | Comments (0)
In a gesture marking the British Parliament’s commitment to support the National Legislative Assembly, the British Embassy Head of Political Affairs and Press, Belinda Volans, has handed over a selection of books for the Assembly’s library. Read more
22 October 2012 | Comments (0)
UK aid will this afternoon be providing a set of school textbooks to two million children in South Sudan. The launch today marks the ongoing commitment Britain and South Sudan have towards the children of the world’s newest country. Read more
02 September 2012 | Comments (1)
"The book makes the point that a woman’s status and all aspects of her life are influenced by marriage, therefore making the institution of marriage a central determining indicator of a woman’s wellbeing" Read more
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15 March 2012 | Comments (0)
Garang Malong is now one of the latest and upcoming South Sudanese authors when he successfully launched his book entitled “The Theatre of Hope” last Tuesday at Serena hotel in Nairobi, Kenya witnessed by the education minister and other government officials from South Sudan. Read more
12 September 2011 | Comments (0)
"As a matter of fact, the SPLM/A Manifesto 1983, never mentioned the phrase “New Sudan” let alone defining what it meant" Read more
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24 August 2011 | Comments (0)
The caretaker minister for General Education, Hon Dr. Michael Milli Hussein has announced that Arabic will be replaced by English as the sole medium of instruction in secondary schools in the Republic of South Sudan within the next three years. Read more
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