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Pipeline via Lamu to cost $3 billio...

Pipeline via Lamu to cost $3 billion, construction to begin in June next ye...

JUBA – The construction of an alternate oil pipeline to the Kenyan port of Lamu is set to begin in June 2013, according to officials at Finance and Energy Ministries in the Government of South Sudan.  The government recently tasked a Japanese company (Toyota) to conduct a feasibility study... FULL STORY »

Inflation prone Juba tops other Sou...

Inflation prone Juba tops other South Sudanese cities in the rise of cost o...

JUBA – The National Bureau of Statistics (SSNBS) have released a rising inflation numbers for basic goods around the Country, putting the capital city, Juba at all time high.    Since the latest CPI (consumer price index) release in May by SSNBS this year, prices for basic goods in Juba... FULL STORY »

North Sudanese nationals to leave j...

North Sudanese nationals to leave jobs for South Sudanese – Ministry ...

JUBA– The Ministry of Labour and  Human Resource development in the government of South Sudan has directed various agencies and resource sectors in South Sudan to implement the Ministry’s policy of cutting jobs for North Sudanese nationals who currently hold various jobs in South... FULL STORY »

Kiir administration is pushing the ...

Kiir administration is pushing the construction of an alternate oil pipelin...

By Adrienne Klasa, FP   UNT – South Sudan shut down oil production in January 2012 as part of its dispute with Sudan, its parent country, over pipeline transit fees.   The negotiations between the two Sudans about the oil dispute suffer; South Sudan is pushing the construction of an... FULL STORY »

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Oil-rich South Sudan to present its economic package to the West

WASHINGTON – South Sudan President, Salva Kiir is in Washington to attend the U.S.-backed conference aimed at setting Africa’s newest country, the meeting comes a days after the... FULL STORY »

Stop intimidation, don’t block oil shipments, Minister hit back at Khartoum Governme...

JUBA – The South Sudan’s Minister for Petroleum and Mining, Hon. Stephen Dhieu Dau today lashed out at the government in Khartoum in what he called as the NCP’s... FULL STORY »

Chinese government donates 121 million South Sudanese pound to Government projects

JUBA – The Chinese Government made a pledge of 121 million South Sudanese pound (approx. 32 million US dollars) today to support various governmental projects around the country.... FULL STORY »

South Sudan Oil Output reaches a new record low

BENTIU – The South Sudan oil output has since July reached a mind boggling 25 per cent low in production in major oil fields compared to months earlier before the independence, a report... FULL STORY »

BOSS moves to eliminate the Black Market

JUBA – Bank of Southern Sudan (BOSS) has adapted a strategy plan by raising the value of its currency exchange. The move came, as the Central Bank currently witness the different exchanges rate in... FULL STORY »

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