Uganda: Cut Off Uganda Military Aid to South Sudan’s Kiir

BY ATIENO ODUOR OPINION A Ugandan soldier looks worried as he’s deployed into  a war-tone South Sudan to defend the government.(Photo Nkonge) March 10, 2014 (Nyamilepedia) — Despite the IGAD led mediation talks held recently in Addis Ababa, South Sudan’s political future looks disturbingly uncertain. In the face of the signing of a ceasefire, fighting continues in three of the […]

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SSTV, A Propaganda Machine For Psychopolitical Warfare

By Mayian Tot. Opinion. March 10, 2014 (Nyamilepedia) — Propaganda and public relation are profoundly interchangeable. They are essentially use to ultra-realities and change public perception through arrays of vague slogan and mind-control manufactured news, opinion etc. all typical to SSTV. To begin with, our freedom of expression enshrined on South Sudan transitional national constitution is curtailed and severely violated. […]

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Eritrea warns Uganda to “take their hands off” South Sudan

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs March 10, 2014 (Asmara) — The stance and robust solidarity of the people and Government of Eritrea on the cause of the people of South Sudan is an indelible historical fact that is embossed on granite.  In the event, it does not require third-party testimony or validation; nor can it be misconstrued for […]

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Juba protests against UN over arms cache

Demonstrators demanded the resignation of UN South Sudan envoy Hilda Johnson March 10, 2014 (BBC) — More than 1,000 people have protested in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, accusing the UN of arming rebels. On Friday, the government said its troops had intercepted weapons in a UN convoy marked as carrying food. The UN denied the arms were destined for rebels, […]

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Maj. Gen. Gatkuoth Defeats SPLA At Tunja Payam, Captures Weapons!

Photo file — South Sudanese People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers on patrol in Malakal January 21,2014 (AFP Photo/Charles Lomodong) March 10, 2014 (Nyamilepedia) — The Gallant Forces of  SPLM/SPLA in Opposition under direct command of Brig. Gen. Simon Diang Duoth and under overall command of  Maj. Gen. Gathoth Gatkuoth repulsed Government troops and their Allies that had attacked our Defensive […]

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South Sudan appoints Nigerian TB Joshua Presidential Advisor for Religious Affairs

 T.B Joshua, saw a leader being captured, Oct 27, 2013. Photo youtube. March 8, 2014 (Sakaam) — The Nigerian televangelist who prophesied a failed coup attempt in African’s newest nation has been offered, and has accepted, a post as presidential advisor for religious affairs for the Government of South Sudan, word has it. T.B Joshua was personally handed the offer […]

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Pag’an Amum trial to start on Monday

SPLM secretary General, Pagan Amum will face treason charges for an alleged “coup” attempt in Dec 2013.(Photo IRIN) March 9, 2014 (RT) — The government of South Sudan disclosed that four political prisoners will be tried starting Monday in Juba, among them former SPLM Secretary-General Pag’an Amum Okiech. Amum together with three other detainees is accused of masterminding a coup […]

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South Sudan wounded ‘stranded’ in UN camp in Bo

Around 120 Nuer people in South Sudan have been refused flights to better health facilities in the capital Juba, amid concerns the government could not assure their safety. By Ilya Gridneff Wounded South Sudanese soldier Satine Riek defected from South Sudan’s army and was shot in Jabor on January 14 when government troops recaptured Bor. (Ilya Gridneff) March 9, 2014 […]

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Nabil Fahmy meets with South Sudan foreign minister

Ali Omar Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy met Saturday with his South Sudanese counterpart Barnaba Benjamin.(Photo Ministry of Foreign Affairs Handout) March 9, 2014 (Cairo) — Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy met Saturday with his South Sudanese counterpart Barnaba Benjamin as the pair seek to expand economic ties and trade relations between the two African nations. The two sides also discussed attracting […]

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Government asking Warrap youth to volunteer for patrols

 SPLA soldiers escort one of the first groups of about 1,500,000 cattle through Juba from Western Equatoria, heading back home to Bor, Jonglei State, in 2005. (UNHCR) Read  March 9, 2014 (RT) — Youth and community police have agreed to patrol the grazing lands in Twic County of Warrap State to protect them from cattle raiders, after a meeting with […]

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