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29 February 2008 - | Comments (0)

February 28, 2008 (JUBA) — The state minister of Energy and Mining in the Government of National Unity, Mrs. Angelina Teny, said SPLM women struggle for representation at all levels of governments in Sudan are not yet fully implemented.

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29 February 2008 - | Comments (0)

After a month of often bitter negotiations punctuated by violence around the east African nation, President Mwai Kibaki and his rival Raila Odinga inked an agreement and shook hands to a roar of applause.

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28 February 2008 - | Comments (0)
The DHSDP aims at improving the access to basic health services of about five million conflict-affected and underserved populations in the target states. On September12th, 2007 the Federal Ministry of Health signed a contract with Vester Guaard Company, selected through international Read more
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27 February 2008 - | Comments (0)

"Sudan is one among a number of candidate locations that deserve consideration" for the deployment of personnel for U.N. peacekeeping operations, Foreign Minister Masahiko Komura said in the morning, without elaborating.

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24 February 2008 - | Comments (0)

JUBA, Feb 23 (Gurtong) - The offices of the Deputy Chairman, Director of Finance and Admin, the Cashier and other two offices at the South Sudan's census body were set ablaze for the second time within a year on Saturday evening.

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23 February 2008 - | Comments (0)

"It is the laying down of arms. It is the end of the war," Joaquim Chissano, the UN's special representative to the LRA affected areas said during the signing ceremony.

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23 February 2008 - | Comments (0)

He also said he would be clearing “ghost” worker names off of pay lists. The phenomenon of pretend workers – and workers claiming two or more pay packets - has been a problem across the South.

“I learn some of you registered their schools’ children, their dogs, blocking services to be rendered efficiently. It’s our duty to kick out corruptions at all state levels,” Kuol told officials.

He said files containing staff’s names are to be brought for cross-checking before January salaries are released to ministries.

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