South Sudan

 
IMF to Africa: Put away the credit cards
IMF to Africa: Put away the credit cards
First, the good news: there has been a modest increase in economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa, according to the International Monetary Fund’s...
Why blaming conflicts in Africa on climate change is misguided
Why blaming conflicts in Africa on climate change is misguided
The role of water crises in conflicts in places like Syria, Nigeria and Iran often feature in media and
Eritrea's new normal: The tragedy and the struggle for change
Eritrea's new normal: The tragedy and the struggle for change
Thousands of African refugees and migrants are trapped in Libya, where they are exposed to enslavement, torture and rape. A vast network of...
South African sentenced to death in South Sudan
South African sentenced to death in South Sudan
A South Sudanese court sentenced a South African retired army colonel to death by hanging Friday for his alleged role in supporting rebels during...
Senegal's rappers continue to 'cry from the heart' for a more just society
Senegal's rappers continue to 'cry from the heart' for a more just society
American musicians were once integral to political activism. The 1963
There are better ways for SA to assist South Sudan than military cooperation
There are better ways for SA to assist South Sudan than military cooperation
John Guangwap Thiep was asleep when South Sudanese soldiers burst into his home in Mayom county in July 2016, determined to snatch him away from...
Sudanese student killed in protests against bread price rise
Sudanese student killed in protests against bread price rise
A student was killed in Sudan on Sunday during protests against soaring bread prices, officials and witnesses said.
​EXCLUSIVE: How South Sudan's elite looted its foreign reserves
​EXCLUSIVE: How South Sudan's elite looted its foreign reserves
In a special investigation, Simona Foltyn and the Mail & Guardian reveal how nearly $1-billion of South Sudan's foreign reserves cannot be...
Israel maintains robust arms trade with rogue regimes
Israel maintains robust arms trade with rogue regimes
Human rights activists are stepping up efforts to expose Israel's long and covert history of supplying weapons and military training to regimes...
Why lifting sanctions against Sudan is the right call
Why lifting sanctions against Sudan is the right call
The US Administration’s decision to lift most sanctions on Sudan, announced today, is long overdue. It is likely that some commentators will see...

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