Critics Warn Against Suspicious South Sudan Oil Deals
President Salva Kirr has received offers from agents of established companies, organizations and non-descript financing groups worth billions of dollars, that critics warn will mortgage the country and its resources for generations.
East African, 15 April 2017
The South Sudanese government is signing deals with suspected wheelerdealers, some of whom may be out to take advantage of Juba's financial crisis. Read more »
South Sudanese citizens show support for their government (file photo).
The Conversation Africa, 9 April 2017
The relationship between the government of South Sudan and the donor community is changing. International discourse on the East African country has moved from warm and sympathetic… Read more »
African Arguments, 12 April 2017
Even a seemingly uncontroversial demand can have complex, and potentially adverse, implications. Read more »