Entries from November 2012

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30 November 2012 | Comments (0)
The Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) forces have recovered more than 200 cows raided from Duk County in Jonglei State. Read more
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30 November 2012 | Comments (0)
Morobo County Commissioner, Moses Simon Soro, has officially opened the four days reconciliation workshop initiated by the County Council in conjunction with Reconcile International to bring land lords from Lujule and Gulumbi together as they have had a protracted land dispute. Read more
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The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) Coordinator in Eastern Equatorial State, Meredoc McMinn has called upon the community to work together for the elimination of gender-based violence and promote girl child education. Read more
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30 November 2012 | Comments (0)
In a shocking incident, a man has killed six people and later shot himself dead in Chorolol Payam in Ikwoto County of Eastern Equatoria State.
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The Lakes State government has launched a campaign to encourage the local farmers to embark of crop cultivation and stop hunger in the coming season after crop failure affected all the eight counties due to lack of rain. Read more
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30 November 2012 | Comments (0)
South Sudan is on track towards transparent management of her oil resource according to Global Witness, an international civil society group advocating for transparent management of natural resources and legislation should be enacted to ensure better results. Read more
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South Sudanese Vice President has said that the national government centralized revenue collections policy was established as an attempt to prevent corrupt practices being practiced at the state levels during revenue collection. Read more
30 November 2012 | Comments (0)
Aweil residents have complained to the state authorities on the poor state of services offered at Aweil Civil Hospital with the state governor threatening to close the hospital if the administration does not deliver better services to the citizens. Read more
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South Sudan’s Bright Stars will today face the Ugandan Cranes after losing their first two group opening games at the Confederation for East and Central Africa Football Association (CECAFA) tournament to Ethiopia and Kenya. Read more
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The South Sudanese Justice Minister, John Luk Jok has hit out at senior government officials for abusing some provisions of the law. The minister was speaking at the governor’s forum aimed at examining challenges faced by states in implementing of decentralization policy in the country. Read more
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