Monday December 11, 2017

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GWADO J. ADOR: Nostalgia for Malaka...

GWADO J. ADOR: Nostalgia for Malakal

The feeling of nostalgia for homeland has been increasingly intensifying in my heart, while there was no any glimpse of hope for peace in the horizon. Unbridled politics coupled by the use of subversive government machinery made it impossible for many of us and particularly our relatives set foot... FULL STORY »

KECH N. TIEM: The Tribalism, Briber...

KECH N. TIEM: The Tribalism, Bribery and Control in a Desperate Nation

ULANG – The endings to the painful, humiliating lot of the South Sudanese anguish looks miles away into the future as confusions surrounding the implementation of the IGAD-plus mediated Compromise Peace Agreement (CPA) between the rival section led by Dr. Riek Machar Teny and President Salva... FULL STORY »

PROF ANYANG’ NYONG’O – Dialog...

PROF ANYANG’ NYONG’O – Dialogue and compromise can secure the future ...

Southern Sudan is in turmoil. The situation is so bad that there is fear of genocide in the country. Political conflicts are no longer being managed peacefully. In fact, the Southern Sudanese may be compelled to accept chaos as a daily life experience with death as a fate that can befall... FULL STORY »

GATWECH K. NYUON: Condolences Messa...

GATWECH K. NYUON: Condolences Message To The Bereaved Families In Wau, Sout...

ETHIOPIA – I’m gravely dismayed by the incident that happened in Wau, South Sudan. Eyewitness said more than 400 people have been killed in which most of them were targeted based on their ethnicities. Losing such a number of people within a single day is beyond the crime and this purely... FULL STORY »

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DONG LUAK: Gach Yoach, Self-styled Militia Commander is Illiterate and a Materialist of th...

NAIROBI – He was commissioned with the rank of Brigadier by SAF in 2004. He was more notorious and murderous. He established a Kangaroo Court at his residence in Omdurman. He was... FULL STORY »

SUFYAN BIN UZAYR: South Sudan Is Going From Bad to Worse

The citizens of South Sudan are paying the price for happening to live in a country that does not deserve to be called a country. Back in 2011, South Sudan broke away from Sudan and... FULL STORY »

DENG VANANG: Through 28 States, Hatred Is Well Spread and Poverty sufficiently multiplied

JUBA – South Sudan’s problems have proven to be hanging clouds we can’t just wish away. With every neighbor next door having a beef to pounce on you at any closing of an eyelid... FULL STORY »

NHIAL K. WICLEEK: The Gogrial Kitchen Table is Crumbling

CALGARY – In the course of my absence from the medium (e.g., where the nation converge; and where the views speak), I have critically become a better consumer of other colleagues of... FULL STORY »

KIM GATKUOTH DUACH: Nuer Leaders Are too Adamants to Safeguard t...

LONDON – May the history be the judge given all the ups, downs, and other unprecedented instances the Nuer had been going through in their quest for self-determination for the people of South... FULL STORY »

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