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01 September 2020 | Comments (0)
"South Sudan’s foreign currency reserves all stolen but the government is making jokes about it". Read more
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29 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"Contemporary young women are saying to their male counterparts, 'keep your V8, your cartons of dollars, or boring conversation about plots and property, please, please, give us romantic love or we will look for men outside the borders!'"

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29 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"Nations which cease to run on ideas decline considerably and eventually fade away. Nevertheless, we cannot regret becoming independent." Read more
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29 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"And if history is any guide, South Sudanese society is headed towards social and political chaos. We are en route to Libya, Somalia, Yemen, or worst." Read more
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28 August 2020 | Comments (0)
“When someone goes missing, families not only lose a loved one, but they also lose income, property or inheritance making it hard for them to meet day to day needs." Read more
25 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"International financial institutions and development partners become less willing to lend to country’s developmental projects. No one likes a broke guy. You are never given unless you prove you don’t need it". Read more
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22 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"This attitude of creating contrary interpretation to the original intension or meaning of the R-ARCSS provision is clear demonstration of sense for low appetite for timely and genuine implementation of R-ARCSS." Read more
18 August 2020 | Comments (0)
“I saw women and children lying dead in the market, said Garang Aruong Akech, 60, who fled his village with his family to Bor town. “We walked in water for seven days with nothing to eat before reaching Bor.” Read more
13 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"In South Sudan, it appears more of a “laissez faire,” with many people seemingly unbothered about putting on facemasks even when in thick crowds. Many are quick to say “mafi korona,” meaning, there’s no corona virus disease here." Read more
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06 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"For a country with 'no reliable textbook', I wholeheartedly agree with the author that “It is an open invitation to South Sudanese to research and write more about their own past'. It is a must read for Students of History of South Sudan."

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