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#Water: A fool won’t even find water in the Nile!
The Niles in South Sudan and Sudan met fishermen who deal carefully with the water that nourishes them and business people who exploit the resource without restraint. They report on conflicts around water but also on exemplary projects where water is shared peacefully. In short, the fool is still swimming, but for how long?
Deserted homesteads in Malakal, one of the towns hit worst by the over two-year civil war, June 9, 2014. (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume) Deserted homesteads in Malakal, one of the towns hit worst by the over two-year civil war, June 9, 2014. (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume) Deserted homesteads in Malakal, one of the towns hit worst by the over two-year civil war, June 9, 2014. (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume)

South Sudan urged to take decisive action

Peter Lokale
Frosty relations between South Sudan and the international community warmed slightly following the creation of the transitional government, but international players stressed that more must be done.
5.05.2016
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Economist James Alic Garang in his office at the Ebony Center in Juba, May 4, 2016. (photo: James Alic Garang) Economist James Alic Garang in his office at the Ebony Center in Juba, May 4, 2016. (photo: James Alic Garang) Economist James Alic Garang in his office at the Ebony Center in Juba, May 4, 2016. (photo: James Alic Garang)

How to mend South Sudan’s economy?

Ochan Hannington
Many take a bleak view of South Sudan’s economy, but James Alic Garang, a renowned Senior Economist at Ebony Center Juba, thinks otherwise.
5.05.2016
The crew and the actors on set, shooting their film. (photo: Juba Film Festival | April 2016)
The crew and the actors on set, shooting their film. (photo: Juba Film Festival | April 2016)
The crew and the actors on set, shooting their film. (photo: Juba Film Festival | April 2016)

Sharing experiences, knowledge and insights on film

Simon Bingo
In preparation for the Juba Film Festival, to be held from July 4 to 7, 2016, 20 South Sudanese filmmakers attended a three-week intensive film-production workshop in April.
4.05.2016
Protests in Yei following the murder of Mayor Cecilia Oba Tito in November 2014.			 (photo: The Niles | Alison Lemeri) Protests in Yei following the murder of Mayor Cecilia Oba Tito in November 2014.			 (photo: The Niles | Alison Lemeri) Protests in Yei following the murder of Mayor Cecilia Oba Tito in November 2014.			 (photo: The Niles | Alison Lemeri)

South Sudan creates transitional government, citizens skeptical

Alison Lemeri
Many South Sudanese remain uncertain about the future despite the new unity government, a long-awaited bid to end more than two years of fighting.
4.05.2016

Refugees in Uganda hope to return home soon

Bonifacio Taban
South Sudanese refugees in Uganda welcome last week’s formation of the Transitional Government of National Unity and hope to be able to return home soon.
4.05.2016

Recognising the work of South Sudan’s journalists

Waakhe Simon
As South Sudan marked the World Press Freedom Day on May 3, journalists across the country face enormous challenges.
4.05.2016
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