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Kenya: Why South Sudan's antics can only be described as Mama ...

It's amazing how some events never leave one's memory. When we were kids, the practice was that we would pop into each other's homes for meals, much as our parents resented it. Back then, we never understood something called budgets or that it ... East African Standard, 1 day ago

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Sudan: Government Will Not Expel Foreign Workers

Juba — The government of South Sudan will not be expelling any foreign workers, Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin has clarified. "There is no statement in the Republic of South Sudan saying that we are expelling foreign workers in this ...
 AllAfrica.com1 day ago South Sudan: South Sudan Situation Overview - Kala-Azar Response Continued  AllAfrica.com8 hours ago Threat by Juba to expel foreign workers may be myopic, but it's not surprising  Daily Nation4 days ago SOUTH SUDAN: GOVT TELLS FOREIGN WORKERS THEY CAN STAY  NAM News Network4 days ago

African envoys meet over jobs in South Sudan

The Kenyan ambassador to South Sudan Cleland Leshore was yesterday among African envoys lobbying the Juba government to rescind a decision to ban foreign workers from the country. Leshore on Thursday held a meeting South Sudan Foreign Affairs ...
 The Star (Kenya)3 days ago Kenya: African Envoys Meet Over Jobs in South Sudan  AllAfrica.com1 day ago

For now South Sudan has no choice but to tolerate foreign economic domination

By GITAU WARIGI More by The outrage in Kenya over South Sudan is understandable. Even after Juba's climbdown from the earlier order on foreign workers, feelings remain raw. But let's not get carried away. Hardly any country in our region is ...
 Daily Nation3 days ago

Juba's anti-foreigner move won't work

IN a move full of mixed signals, the South Sudan government has declared that foreigners will no longer work for international NGOs within its jurisdiction. An order issued on Tuesday also says that foreign workers of all nationalities must stop ...
 The Star (Kenya)5 days ago South Sudan: Juba's Anti-Foreigner Move Won't Work  AllAfrica.com5 days ago South Sudan Jubas Anti-Foreigner Move Wont Work  Big News Network4 days ago

South Sudan warns of sanction effects on other countries [Sudan Tribune :: ]

Sept. 16--JUBA -- South Sudan on Monday warned that threats by the United Nations and the west to impose sanctions on its leaders could affect countries within the region. "We believe that threats of sanctions as a western strategy to bring peace ...
 BusinessWeek1 week ago

South Sudan instructs NGOs to fire foreign workers, hire locals

JUBA, South Sudan, Sept. 17 (UPI) -- All NGOs and private firms operating in South Sudan must employ mostly locals in management roles, South Sudan's government announced this week. The new order is scheduled to go into effect on October 15. ...
 UPI6 days ago

US Air Force Special Ops Looks To Add Armor, Firepower to Ospreys

In response to two of its CV-22 Ospreys being shot up over Juba, South Sudan, in December, critically injuring two service members, the US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) has added A link to this page will be included in
 DefenseNews.com1 week ago Air Force special ops looks to add armor, firepower to Ospreys  Air Force Times6 days ago

Fashion Springs Forward in South Sudan Despite Violence

Juba, the capital of South Sudan, has been under civil unrest since December 2013 due to a power struggle that has erupted between the government and rebels who side with an ousted vice president accused of treason. The violence has left more than ...
 BET.com1 week ago

From a Displacement Camp in Juba, Former Director of Agriculture Watches as his State Slides Closer to Famine

A year ago, James Gatluak, 38, was working with farmers across all nine counties in Unity State to increase food production. Today, he is stuck in a displacement camp in Juba, his state overrun by violence and its people sliding closer to famine. ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
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