December 9, 2013 (RUMBEK) - A group of 15 South Sudanese students enrolled in various universities and colleges in East Africa who had their funding cut have called for an urgent government bailout.
He said students are unable to pay their rent and hostels are confiscating their personal property to recoup unpaid debts.
They have called for the central and state governments to provide assistance to help them settle outstanding bills.
Sabit Job Reec, a student at Makerere's University of (...)
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Khaled Wasif, spokesperson for the Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation and member of the Egyptian delegation at the trilateral meeting of the ministers of Nile Basin countries in Sudan, on Monday said that there are differences still between Egy...
Water ministers from Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on Monday "successfully" held talks on an Ethiopian dam project, Sudan's minister said, after Egypt's objections delayed formation of a committee to implement expert advice.
Dwelling much on the split of 1991 is tribally-motivated headache that will not save any unpatriotic and unpopular leader anymore, because for some of us who had experienced the worst experience in New Sudan live style (liberated areas) before the CPA. The author is/was much disturbed to hear bad means of campaign of some few […]
The autonomy of South Sudan came from a background of civil war which might not be forgotten by the generations to come, many people have been lost during the liberation struggle and most children have no parents at the movement and above all, the death was caused by the issue of looking for “Freedom” from […]
Cairo: — The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), today, condemned the confiscation of yesterday’s issue of “Almasier” newspaper, the Arabic version, by security bodies in South Sudan, against the backdrop of covering a press conference that was opposed to President “Salva Kiir Mayardit”. Some leaders of the ruling party in South Sudan convened […]
Since South Sudan’s independence in 2011, the country has had a small but crucial flowering of civil society efforts to protect media freedom and advocate for justice and human rights. But South Sudan’s lawmakers will consider a bill next week on the registration and monitoring of nongovernmental organizations that could block these efforts at citizen […]
Juba — South Sudanese security personnel confiscated copies of a number of newspapers that published a press conference by senior leaders of the ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) against their current chairman. On Friday, several members of the highest executive organ of the SPLM, the Political Bureau (PB), led by the first deputy chairman, […]
Qatar Stars League chief of commercial Abdulrahman al-Dosari, Qatar’s Minister of Youth and Sports HE Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser al-Ali and Doha Goals executive director Sheikh Faisal al-Thani address the press conference after the Sports Ministers Summit here yesterday. PICTURE: Mamdouh By Satya Rath/Doha Those were some of the key issues which were […]
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Satellites correctly predicted a new military campaign by government forces on Sudan's civilians-so why is the international community turning a blind eye to the violence?Sudan’s Flagrant Attackthebea.stPhoto by DigitalGlobe via Enough Projectfa...
Water ministers from Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan are meeting in Khartoum to try to resolve differences over Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam. Egyptian officials remain worried the Nile project threatens the nation's security.
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Sudan caused a major upset when they stormed into the semi-finals after beating pre-match favourites Ethiopia 2-0 in the last quarter-final match of the Cecafa Senior Challenge yesterday evening at the Mombasa County Stadium.
[Unamid]More than 20 members of the Justice and Equality Movement-Sudan (JEM/Bashar) are participating this week at a 5-day workshop on the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD), sponsored by the African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMI...
Khartoum, Sudan (PANA) - The African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) is currently engaging dozens of former rebels to enable them better understand the peace document signed by their top leader in Doha, Qatar, the mission said in a ...