In a special investigation, Simona Foltyn and the Mail & Guardian reveal how nearly $1-billion of South Sudan’s foreign reserves cannot be adequately accounted for.
Simona Foltyn is a journalist, writer and videographer based in Dubai. Her work focuses on in-depth coverage of armed conflict, human rights, social justice and development in East Africa and the Middle East.Since 2014, she has extensively covered the conflict in South Sudan. She has also reported from Sudan, Ethiopia and Uganda and covered the battle for Mosul in Iraq. Read more from Simona Foltyn
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