Nov 2, 2013
East Africa: Nile Basin Countries Call for All-Inclusive Cooperation
A dialogue of Nile Basin Initiative countries and its primary donors has advocated for renewed commitment to invest in an all-inclusive Nile cooperation and sustain the gains so far made.
S. Sudan to move capital despite oil shutdown - minister
South Sudan will push ahead with a $10 billion plan to build a new capital despite losing nearly all its revenue when it shut oil production this year, a official said, a move that will dismay donors who see other priorities in the poor nation.
South Sudan: Daring Woman Who Played a Leading Role to Secure Freedom
There were not too many women involved in the main programme of events to mark the independence of South Sudan on Saturday but that does not mean women did not contribute their fair share to the hard-fought liberation of the country.
South Sudana s Kiir announces new cabinet
June 21, 2010 a ' The President of the Government of Southern Sudan , General Salva Kiir Mayardit, has issued a presidential decree removing the caretaker ministers and reappointing them in the new government with additional some new faces.
NEC trashes appeals against gubernatorial results in 3 Southern Sudan states
The Sudan's independent National Elections Commission , which was charged with organization and supervision of the April elections, has rejected appeals raised against it by gubernatorial candidates from three southern states of Central Equatoria, Unity, and Western Equatoria.