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MiCT The Niles
The entire MiCT The Niles team is deeply saddened as our friend and colleague Duku Male Daniel Eugenio passed away.
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Press freedom under attack
As a journalist I no longer feel safe in South Sudan
If this media clampdown continues, I might just leave rather than pretend to report from a country where messengers of divergent views are not tolerated, says a journalist from South Sudan.
The Niles: A dream come true
Osman Shinger recounts his experience working with MiCT’s Sudan and South Sudan project, from its early beginning, to the independence of South Sudan, until now.
Upper Nile State: Unity lies in diversity
Fighting in South Sudan’s Malakal is yet another symptom of the disease of rising political tensions between ethnic groups, comments Atem Simon Mabior.
S. Sudan loses face after u-turn over foreign workers ban
South Sudan sparked outrage by banning foreign workers in key sectors last week — and then backtracking. Esther Muwombi argues that politicians have shed credibility.
Wishes & Hopes: South Sudan’s Independence Anniversary
Sudanese President cements power in cabinet reshuffle
Where’s the justice? South Sudanese suffer amid patchy rule of law
Sudan’s economy: ‘from bad to worse’
Scant scope for Darfur peace as civil administrations remain weak
What next for South Sudan’s beleaguered higher education?
‘South Sudanese people had long called themselves a failed state’
Sacking Riek Machar not politically prudent?
Bir Tawil: Investigating the future of a Terra Nullius
Preserve eastern Sudan’s culture and land
Development in South Sudan hinges on land disputes
Drowning in rubbish: South Sudan’s capital
Lawlessness means South Sudanese peace will remain elusive
Yei County website project: Is it the right time?
World Press Day: Time for South Sudan to look in the mirror
A challenging year ahead? Reconciling ‘Oil Thief’ and ‘Enemy State’
Does South Sudan care about its media?
Kiir-Bashir agreement laudable but not enough
Al-Bashir defends Addis Ababa agreement, opposition voices doubt
Behind the scenes of Khartoum’s embassy protests
South Sudan’s Independence: Joyous and painful?
The two Sudans lack safety in the skies
Can the Sudans’ oil deal help end hostilities?
Why was the Arab Spring late in Sudan?
Media is the people’s messenger and the government should listen
How half a culture gets lost
A declaration of war against environmental foes
Detrimental decision: abolishing Sudan’s fuel subsidies
A solution for Abyei only to be found from within
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