Positive role models for South Sudanese bust perceptions

DANIEL Ajak is the first to admit he was no angel at high school. Trying to give their 13-year-old son a better life, his South Sudanese parents made the tough decision to send him and his sister to Australia to live with his uncle in Melbourne. He started at the local school, but trouble soon

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Rwanda eye win against Sudan as CHAN 2018 preps intensify

Rwanda face Sudan on Saturday in a warm-up match in the Tunisian city of Sousse as the two teams step up their preparations for the upcoming 2018 Africa Nation’s Championship (CHAN) finals that will be held in Morocco from January 12 to February 4. Amavubi, currently in Tunisia for a ten-day training camp, will face

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South Sudan gov’t beefs up security as ceasefire is repeatedly violated

The government of South Sudan has beefed up security in the capital, Juba, following a fresh bout of clashes between government troops and rebels, officials said on Friday. The latest violation of the ceasefire deal signed last month happened near the capital of the country, Juba. The deal reached in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa

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Sudan Involves Foreign Investors in Budget Implementation

The Sudanese government has been negotiating with foreign investors to carry out investments with Sudanese private sector to implement the country’s economic goals, which were approved by the parliament in the 2018 budget. The Sudanese National Assembly, parliament, approved Sunday the 2018 budget bill, which included targets for economic growth of four percent, compared with

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Sudan Recalls its Ambassador from Egypt

Sudan summoned its ambassador to Egypt for consultation, without specifying the reason or how long he would stay. In a statement issued by Sudan’s Foreign Ministry, Sudan “decided on Thursday to recall Sudan ambassador to Cairo Abdel-Mahmood Abdel Halim to Khartoum for consultation.” The Egyptian Embassy has been officially notified on Wednesday, and is now

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Sudan denies tension with Eritrea amid troop deployment to border

Sudan on Friday said it deployed thousands of troops in Kassala State in eastern Sudan to confront human trafficking operations, denying tension with Eritrea, official SUNA news agency reported. Thousands of soldiers of the Rapid Support Forces, an affiliate of the Sudanese army, recently arrived in Kassala State on Sudan’s border with Eritrea. Kassala State

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