Entries from July 2011

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31 July 2011 | Comments (0)
Hundreds of South Sudanese convened yesterday at Dr John Garang Mausoleum to pay tribute to heroes and heroines who lost their lives during the liberation struggle, that is estimated to have killed 2.5 million people. Read more
31 July 2011 | Comments (0)
Thousands of people gathered yesterday at Rumbek freedom square in Lakes State to celebrate South Sudanese Martyrs Day. Members of Parliament, secondary and primary school students in Rumbek joined others in marking the day. Read more
31 July 2011 | Comments (0)
South Sudan and Sudan on Friday agreed to finalize post secession talks on the remaining protocols; oil, border demarcation, currency and Abyei, the Caretaker Minister for Peace and CPA Implementation Hon Pagan Amum has announced. Read more
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30 July 2011 | Comments (0)
Long queues of Torit residents struggling to exchange for the new South Sudanese currency, has been the scene at the present two currency exchange centres of Nile Commercial Bank, (NCB) and Torit County Hall, as citizens express fears over the fixed deadline. Read more
30 July 2011 | Comments (0)
"South Sudan's civil society, grassroots organizations and community organizations must be empowered to be the central force in the nation's diplomacy at the national levels. As citizens, we must unite under our national identity and put aside our tribal differences." Read more
30 July 2011 | Comments (0)
Mundari Hospital established in 1916 in Wudu at the heart of Kajokeji County has run out of supplies amidst deteriorating health conditions and inadequate facilities, the Hospital Administrator has told Gurtong. Read more
29 July 2011 | Comments (0)
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) handed over the Western Bahr el Ghazal State Youth Centre building to the State Ministry of Welfare and Social Development on Tuesday. The IOM has been rehabilitating the building at a tune of 130, 000 SDG. Read more
29 July 2011 | Comments (0)
The United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA donated midwifery teaching materials worth 10,000 US Dollars to the National Health Training Institute in Kajokeji town, south of Juba on Wednesday. Read more
28 July 2011 | Comments (1)
The Lakes State Governor Chol Tong Mayay, took Al-Shurou TV to court in Juba, on Tuesday 26th July over false accusations in one of their news stories in November 2010, claiming that he had embezzled 27 million US dollars and smuggled it into Kenya. Read more
28 July 2011 - | Comments (0)
"We note with joy that about 15 Presidents and Prime Ministers of Black African countries came to the celebrations" Read more
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