S. Sudan Independence Articles

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14 July 2011 | Comments (0)
Thousands of South Sudanese scattered in different States/Territories of the continental Australia, along with other friends from different parts of the world converged in Recreational parks and town halls to mark the long awaited birth of the Republic of South Sudan. Read more
13 July 2011 | Comments (0)
The 9th July South Sudan Independence Day celebrations started in Western Equatoria State's Capital Yambio as early as 6am with rapturous cries and ululations as cars hooted while thousands of people flocked the roads. Read more
13 July 2011 | Comments (0)
Speech Delivered by H.E. Lt. Gen. Paul Malong Awan Governor of Northern Bahr El- Ghazal State on the Independence Day Celebration of the Republic of South Sudan, July 9th 2011 Read more
13 July 2011 | Comments (0)
President of the Republic of South Sudan General Salva Kiir Mayardit on Sunday issued three Presidential Decrees regarding the new Government of South Sudan and formed a caretaker government that reinstated most officials in similar positions. Read more
12 July 2011 | Comments (1)
In Australia and in Perth, Western Australia in particular, tears of joy, mass euphoria and excitement capped with colourful dances and display of richly diverse cultures marked the celebrations welcoming the birth of the 54th country in Africa, the Republic of South Sudan, RoSS. Read more
12 July 2011 | Comments (0)
Thousands of Lakes State citizens gathered at Rumbek’s Freedom Square on July 9th to celebrate the birth of a nation. The State witnessed the largest assembly ever as Gun shots and sounds of drums were heard all over Rumbek Township marking the day. Read more
11 July 2011 | Comments (0)
In a colourful ceremony held in Bentiu the capital of Unity State, Government officials together with thousands of citizens joined South Sudan and the rest of the world in celebrating the Independence Day. Read more
11 July 2011 | Comments (0)
During his Indepepndece Day speech, President Salva Kiir re-announced amnesty for South Sudanese rebel leaders who broke away to wage war against the Government of Southern Sudan, GOSS. Read more
10 July 2011 | Comments (0)
During the proclamation at the Independence Day Celebrations, President Kiir and other Premiers urged Southerners to focus on the economic challenges ahead, desist from internal conflicts, remember fallen heroes and heroines and maintain peace as the newest nation is recognised worldwide. Read more
09 July 2011 | Comments (0)
It’s now official; the Republic of South Sudan has been declared as the 54th Africa’s nation, 193rd UN member State, member to the IGAG and AU and recognised by the USA, UK in a historic occasion witnessed by thousands in Juba. Read more
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