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29 May 2020 | Comments (0)
To solve the puzzle of why wars or rebellions in South Sudan and in the world, you need to go down the road to how these soldiers, police officers, governors, presidents etc. were brought up as children and start solving from there. Read more
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27 May 2020 | Comments (0)
"Resisting stress is becoming very difficult in the worsening situation in South Sudan". Read more
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27 May 2020 | Comments (1)
"More generals than doctors: There are approximately 700 military figures with the rank of general in South Sudan. Nationally, that’s about three times as many generals as physicians". Read more
26 May 2020 | Comments (0)
"It must be noted categorically that the 2018 R-ARCSS is superior to the 2020 constitution or any other law on the land during the 44-months period of transition from war to peace, and that no South Sudanese politician will last forever in power". Read more
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22 May 2020 | Comments (0)
"The government has been half-hearted about these measures anyway, as it found itself in a serious bind of whether to enforce a lockdown while unable to feed the people or to be lacklustre about it and count on the citizens’ own sense of responsibility to do the right thing". Read more
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21 May 2020 | Comments (0)
“If COVID-19 continues to spread and overwhelms South Sudan’s already fragile health system, the capacity to treat gunshot injuries will be even lower." Read more
20 May 2020 | Comments (0)
“These violent assaults on civilian communities as part of an ongoing cycle of revenge must stop. While politically motivated conflict has reduced in South Sudan, intercommunal fighting has increased,..." Read more
19 May 2020 | Comments (0)
“We have reasons to believe that the number of people wounded is very high,” said MacKay. “So far we have received 56 people with gunshot wounds, but we fear that many more could be dead..." Read more
16 May 2020 | Comments (0)
"The expansion of the IDU, that began on 13 April 2020, has augmented the bed capacity in the IDU from 24 to 82 to bridge the demand gaps for admission". Read more
14 May 2020 | Comments (0)
"...he categorically told me that if the story is about the 3 million USD allocated to the students’ welfare abroad, then it would never be possible, and I quote “I will not allow you to see the minister on that.” Read more
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