August 17, 2014
South Sudan: Squandered Opportunity Threaten South Sudan's Sovereignty
Since the beginning of the December 15th, 2013 war, South Sudanese moral leaders, and good hearted people have been pondering on how this war could possibly be ended? This... Read more »
South Sudan: This War Is Not for Dr. Riek Machar - This War Is a War Against Nuer Cleansing
My fellow country men and women of south Sudan, I know very well that our country has been automatically divided into small sections engulf by tribal hatred for one tribe to... Read more »
August 16, 2014
South Sudan: UNSC Should Impose Targeted Sanctions On South Sudanese Leaders...now!
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) knows by now that South Sudanese warring parties are not going to sign any peace agreement soon unless severe sanctions are imposed on... Read more »
Sudan: Darfur - The Genocide the World Got Tired of
On August 5, 2014 the displaced persons of El Salam camp in South Darfur were brutally assaulted by military and security forces of the National Islamic Front/National Congress... Read more »
South Sudan: High Delegation Arrives in Canada On Citizens Briefing Tour
The South Sudanese Community Association in Canada, particularly in Calgary, Alberta is delighted to announce that it has received high delegation from South Sudan. The high... Read more »
August 15, 2014
South Sudan: SPLM-USA National Secretariat Congratulates Protesters Against President Kiir in Washington, DC
The office of the SPLM-USA National Secretariat congratulated and applauded South Sudanese protesters in Washington DC and across America for coming out in thousands to show to the... Read more »
South Sudan: What Is the Difference Between Democracy and Dictatorship?
Democracy and dictatorship stand in sharp contrast to each other. One is the antithesis of the other. Read more »
South Sudan: Lou Nuer Community Association of Australia Supports Federalism - Endorses 21 States Proposal
We, the Lou-Nuer Community Association of Australia (LNCAA) here by declaring our full support for federalism and firmly endorse the proposed 21 states by the SPLM-IO under the... Read more »
South Sudan: SPLM-in Opposition Wants to Participate in the IGAD-Led South Sudan Summit, Warns Against Lack of Inclusion
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) will hold a summit on South Sudan later this week in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. The meeting is expected to discuss... Read more »
August 14, 2014
South Sudan: President of National Youth Union Message for International Youth Day
The theme of the 2014 International Youth Day is" Youth and Mental Health", under the motto Mental Health Matters. As we celebrated and commemorate this day today, mental health is... Read more »
August 13, 2014
South Sudan: Gordon Buay Will Soon Take Over South Sudan Govt From Kiir
A reliable sources revealed that Gordan Buay's mission to take over the Government of South Sudan from President Kiir Mayardit is about to be accomplished. While Mr. Buay was on... Read more »
South Sudan: What Is Politics in South Sudan Context?
Is politics preaching about tribalism? Is politics taking Country resources? Is politics killing people in ethnicity line? Is politics raping women and girls? Or what is the... Read more »
August 11, 2014
South Sudan: Undermining Person Contributions Is Ironical!!!
Well, after reading the article of Mr. Kuir Garang titled "Riek Machar and the Issue of Self-determination for South Sudan "I was very amused and smiled as well for my fellow... Read more »
South Sudan: Mabaan Community in North America Condemns the Killing of Aid Workers in Upper Nile
The recent killing of aid workers in Mabaan County is an act of evil and should not be tolerated. We Mabaan community in North America are alarm about the killing of aid workers in... Read more »
August 10, 2014
South Sudan: U.S. Secretary of States John Kerry Called President Kiir a 'Militant'
In Washington DC, it was reported that it was business as usual in President Kiir's camp after the US - African leaders Summit was concluded. Funny though, contrary to the well... Read more »
South Sudan: Proposed Interim Government Is a Trojan Horse Operation!
"If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationship, the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace."Said... Read more »
South Sudan: Respond to Jonglei State's Deputy Governor Baba Medan's Empty Threats
According to Sudan Tribune today the deputy governor of South Sudan's Jonglei state, Baba Medan, has vowed to mobilize forces against rebels should they fail to reach a peace deal... Read more »
South Sudan: The Language of 'A Democratically Elected' Government - Is It Realistic?
One of the South Sudanese independent writers recently wrote an article titled "Kiir is a constitutional President not elected President of the Republic of South Sudan". I cannot... Read more »
South Sudan: Fall of a Nation, Salva Kiir Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
"The right to rebel and to change or overthrow a dictatorship are both constitutional and legal". Will Mutunga, Chief Justice of Kenya Read more »
August 09, 2014
Sudan: El Salam Camp for Displaced Persons, Site of Recent Khartoum Military Assault, Is a Prism for All Darfur
One would never gather from the most recent report on Darfur and UNAMID by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (July 22, 2014) that the realities of El Salam camp over the past half year... Read more »
South Sudan: Applauding Letter to Twic East Community Leaders and Citizens for Job Well Done
Greater Twic East Youth-USA applauding our community leaders for their outstanding job well done to Ayual and Dachuek Clans. Especially, the on going process of peace and... Read more »
South Sudan: Open Letter to the United Nations
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South Sudan: Riek Machar and the Issue of Self-Determination for South Sudan
There's a big difference between proposing something and making it actually happen. Someone who proposes a given phenomenon and another one who actually makes it happen can both be... Read more »
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