Entries from September 2012

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30 September 2012 | Comments (0)
Sudan and South Sudan, fleshing out the details of their new peace deals, have agreed to cooperate on banking and monetary policy, which could help boost trade after decades of civil war. Read more
30 September 2012 | Comments (0)
South Sudanese citizens have welcomed the agreed deal between Sudan and South Sudan but have expressed pessimism over its implementation following Khartoum’s previous history of violating agreements. Read more
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The leadership of South Sudanese Workers Trade Union is in Eastern Equatoria to negotiate for the welfare of workers from different institutions in government and private sector. Read more
Posted in: Home, Governance
30 September 2012 | Comments (0)
The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) Secretary for Western Bahr el Ghazal Paulino Adam Naro has said that the agreements reached on security and citizenship between Sudan and South Sudan will improve the relationship between the two countries. Read more
30 September 2012 | Comments (0)
The University held a colorful graduation ceremony for its third batch graduates since its official launch in March. Read more
Posted in: Home, Education
30 September 2012 | Comments (1)
The Eastern Equatoria State Ministry of Education is finalising formal arrangements for a commencement of 50 scholarships offered by the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's Region of Ethiopia. Read more
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30 September 2012 | Comments (0)
Eastern Equatoria state police forces have been urged to act professionally in helping the state government to attain good governance. Read more
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30 September 2012 | Comments (0)
Sudan and South Sudan plan to avoid future disputes over oil exports with a metering system, but have failed to end a $1.8 billion row over how much Juba will pay for seizing northern oil facilities after its secession. Read more
30 September 2012 | Comments (0)
More than 10 households of returnees who have been stranded at Wau main stadium for the last three months are asking state government to provide them with pieces of land for settlement. Read more
29 September 2012 | Comments (0)
The South Sudan high level delegation led by Chief Negotiator Pagan Amum and later joined by the President Salva Kiir had arrived home on Friday after striking a partly deal with Khartoum on a number of post secession issues. Read more
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