It Is The Economy Going Stupid, Bill Clinton Once Quipped

Deng Vanang is a Political scientist, Journalist and Author

By Deng Vanang, Feb 15, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- Three years ago Dr. Riek Machar Teny-Dhurgon lost his eight year – old powerful Vice President’s post following months of protracted political wrangles between him and his former boss, the Republic President and army General, Salva Kiir Mayardit. Before his sacking, pro-government lobbyists had their sleepless nights and pairs of shoes’ soles worn […]

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The Oil Revenues’ Deal Between South Sudan And Sudan – Does It Make Sense? ( Part Two )


By Dr Lako Jada Kwajok, Feb 07, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– As outlined in part one of this article, the two parties agreed to a 3 billion USDs compensatory package to be paid to Sudan over a three years period. Apparently, it was meant to cover the deficit in Sudan’s revenues following the loss of the oil money with secession of South […]

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The Triangle of Evil in the Oil industry of the Republic of South Sudan

Map of South Sudan

By: Dr. Monykuch Maluk Anyar (PhD), Dec 30, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) —- The trio that forms the triangle of evil in the oil industry in South Sudan comprises of Hon. Stephen Dhieu Dau Ayik, Mr. Moses Machar Aciek Ader Nyang, and their planner, Mr. Paul Adong Bith Deng. These people have common interest but different goals, their shared interest is to dominate […]

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Is Floating Exchange Rate Good or Bad For Young Nation?

Money South Sudan

By Ter Nguth, Dec 22, 2015(Nyamilepedia) —- South Sudan is a country that gained it’s independent in 2011, after a long civil war that cost millions life. After that hard won independent, the country slid to another civil war that again uprooted citizens from their home, kill thousands of people and some under UN protection size. A war that cost […]

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South Sudanese Decried Economic Deterioration

money changers carry loads of low value notes in wheelbarrows on the street, Barao,....

By Elbow Chuol, Dec 21, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) —- The latest move by the country’s financial docket, the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning headed by Mr. Deng Athorbei creats a big black economic hole on South Sudan, the youngest nation on earth. Speaking to Chuar Juet Jock, a South Sudanese political science PhD student and economic expert in the city […]

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Bank of South Sudan: US Dollars Will Be Auctioned Tomorrow To Eligible Bidders

US Dollars

Dec 20, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) — On Monday, December 21, 2015, the central Bank of South Sudan will auction 20,000 US dollars to the eligible bidders, preferably Commercial Banks, Nyamilepedia has learned from a statement issued by Moses Makur Deng, Director of Financial Market and Chairman of Foreign Exchange Auction Supervisory Committee of Bank of South Sudan. “The Bank of South […]

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The National Alliance: Policy of Devaluating Local Currency Must Be Revoked


Dec 19, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) — The National Alliance, a coalition of several South Sudanese Political Parties inside South Sudan, has called upon South Sudan Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Deng Athobei to revoke the policy of devaluation of local currency adopted last week. In a six (6) point-page official statement, signed by Party Representatives, extended to Nyamilepedia regrets the […]

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Fuel scarcity and Irreversible Economy collapse in South Sudan


By Majier Michael Mading, Nov 1st, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — As life gets worse and worse every day, every Tom, Dick and Harry in South Sudan’s capital Juba is amazed and stricken by how things are rapidly becoming hard. In one of the statements attributed to the dormant VP,Cde James Wani, who is more popular for jokes, he confessed that life is […]

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Why South Sudan is Not Qualified to Join the EAC Membership

Members of East African Community...

By Ter Nguth, Oct 25, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Before going to the main details of this article, I want the readers to have in mind the brief knowledge on how the EAC was formed, it objectives and why we should not be a member for such an organisations,so let me not bored you. Here is how it was formed. The EAC […]

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The government cannot feed the hungry Lazy population: South Sudan VP Wani Igga

VP Wani Igga seen at Juba Airport with Cabinet Minister Martin Elia.

July 19, 2005(Nymilepedia) – South Sudan’s current Vice President, James Wani Igga, has lashed out at the country’s population, especially those he said were calling on the government to provide food to the country’s hungry population, urging them to go and dig the land and cultivate their own food. Wani said the government has no money to feed the hungry […]

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