Entries from September 2009

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28 September 2009 | Comments (0)
Sudanese political parties opened four days of talks on Saturday in the south of the country on crucial issues in the buildup to the first full elections in Africa's biggest nation for 24 years. Read more
28 September 2009 | Comments (0)
The National Congress Party (NCP) members last week elected Kasim Barnaba Kisanga from Tambura County the new NCP State Chairperson. Read more
28 September 2009 | Comments (0)
The Government of Southern Sudan Minister of Presidential Affairs, Dr Luka Biong was among guests who attended the Lost Boys/Girls public forum in Australia.
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28 September 2009 | Comments (0)
Conflict doesn’t seem to tire Sudan’s leadership in Khartoum. That would explain the country’s snail pace to avoid another, in South Sudan. Signs exist. Media says so-called tribal militiamen a week yesterday attacked a village in Jonglei. They killed nearly 102 people and burned 2,000 homes. Read more
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25 September 2009 - | Comments (0)
The health system in Southern Sudan is a three tier system comprising of Primary Health Care Units (PHCU), Primary Health Care Centers (PHCC) and Hospitals (county, state, police or military) Read more
24 September 2009 | Comments (0)
In a bid to end the widespread conflicts between the three pastoralist communities of Buya, Didinga and Toposa from the greater Kapoeta,the Southern Sudan Peace Commission(SSPC) in conjunction with the Eastern Equatoria State Government and GoSS held a peace conference in Lauro payam in Budi County. Read more
24 September 2009 | Comments (0)
TO THE GOSS PRESIDENT

From
Ruweng People Association
(RPA) in the Diaspora, office
Of the Chairman, Mr. Santino
Kutpul Dau. 2445 48th Street
Southeast Calgary,Alberta,
T2B1M5, Canada. Read more
24 September 2009 | Comments (0)
Mr Luk Kuth Dak placed Martin Luther King in his opening paragraph so to give some meaning to his message. Martin Luther King’s speech doesn’t fit anywhere nor can he use that speech to support his argument simply because it was a speech made in the struggle against racism not tribalism... Read more
24 September 2009 | Comments (1)
The Miss Malaikas' of South Sudan arrived in the Republic of South Africa on Sunday September 13th 2009 ahead of the SANLAM SA Fashion Week scheduled for September 16th -19th 2009. Read more
23 September 2009 | Comments (0)
Anyone with common sense knows that the National Islamic front (NIF) and the National Congress Party (NCP) are behind the events that are unfolding in Jonglie state and Duke County in particular. Read more
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