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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
28 July 2011 | Comments (0)
"It is not wise to try to prove something, it is wise to try to change things. Change is often the need that can help a society like ours." Read more
25 July 2011 | Comments (0)
"This degree of happiness is directly proportional to the degree of suffering we have endured for half a century" Read more
15 July 2011 | Comments (0)
"Nonetheless, the speech read by VP Dr. Riek was poorly drafted." Read more
30 May 2011 | Comments (0)
"Mohamed Arkou Adiebou Ali has been an SRS employee continuously, since 1 April 2009. He was sent on a reporting assignment to Juba and Wau on 8 May 2011." Read more
08 May 2011 | Comments (1)
"We ought to know that it is now our chance the people to decide and have control over how the permanent constitution process would work and made democratic..." Read more
07 April 2011 | Comments (0)
"Public Broadcasting is exactly what it says: Public Broadcasting; not Government’s Broadcasting" Read more
12 March 2011 | Comments (0)
"...voting patterns inevitably still generally reflect ethnic and other primordial loyalties rather than a true exercise in democratic preferment."
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17 February 2011 | Comments (0)
"This gloomy and humiliating ordeal has turned the entire Fangak into a community of mourners on the back drop of celebrating the victory of referendum in which they overwhelmingly voted for peace and independence of Southern Sudan" Read more
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