Entries from January 2009

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29 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

JUBA, January 28, 2009 — The three counties hosting a peace initiative for Dinka Agaar communities concluded the conference last Saturday in the Lakes State capital, Rumbek.

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26 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

Three commercial banks have entered into a cut-throat competition to guarantee a massive $140 million (Sh11.06 billion) loan to the Government of Southern Sudan.

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24 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

JUBA, January 23 (Gurtong) – The Central Equatoria State Government on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a Danish company to undertake 200 million Euro infrastructural development project.

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22 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

TORIT, January 21(Gurtong) - The Eastern Equatoria State budget for the 2009 fiscal year was rejected on Tuesday in its second reading and suspended by the Assembly following a number of discrepancies.

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22 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

TORIT, January 21 (Gurtong) – The two warring communities of Lopit and Lotuko in Eastern Equatoria State have resolved to end their decades-long conflict.

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20 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

YAMBIO, January 16, (Gurtong) – Mobile telephony operator, Zain Telecommunication, has extended its services to cover Yambio and Nzara counties in Western Equatoria State.

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20 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

BOR, January 19 (Gurtong) – The Most Reverend Dr. Jeffrey Driver of Adelaide Diocese in South Australia is on a historical visit to Bor town in Jonglei State of South Sudan.

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19 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

AUSTRALIA, January 19 (Gurtong) – The Sudanese Victorian Lost Boys/Girls and friends came together on January 17, 2009 to initiate ideas and set goals for the next three years.

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18 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

JUBA, January 16 (Gurtong) – South Sudan head teachers have appealed to the government to enhance the speed of processing teachers’ pay.

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18 January 2009 - | Comments (0)

JUBA, January 16 (Gurtong) – The Government of South Sudan (GoSS) has called on all media houses in South Sudan to exercise professionalism while undertaking their duties.

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