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South Sudan’s Petroleum Minister, Ezekiel Lul Gatkuoth, and Kuol Manyang Juk, South Sudan’s Defence Minister at Juba International Airport on August 23, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Gale Julius)
South Sudan’s Petroleum Minister, Ezekiel Lul Gatkuoth, and Kuol Manyang Juk, South Sudan’s Defence Minister at Juba International Airport on August 23, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Gale Julius)
South Sudan’s Petroleum Minister, Ezekiel Lul Gatkuoth, and Kuol Manyang Juk, South Sudan’s Defence Minister at Juba International Airport on August 23, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Gale Julius)

Sudan and South Sudan agree to extend oil deal

Gale Julius and Peter Louis
Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to extend the oil transit agreement and to reopen the common border within 21 days, South Sudan officials said on Tuesday.
25.08.2016

Juba seeks to boost oil output

Waakhe Simon
South Sudan’s government says it plans to increase oil production following a sharp drop in recent years as widespread violence slowed exports.
25.08.2016

South Sudan introduces treasury bills in a bid to raise money

Gale Julius
The government of South Sudan offers treasury bills in a bid to borrow money from investors to fund its activities.
19.08.2016

Boda boda riders confront daily risks in South Sudan

Alison Lemeri
South Sudan’s commercial motorcycle taxis, known as boda bodas, offer a source of income for thousands of unemployed young people who struggle amid worsening economic hardships.
4.07.2016
A woman returns after selling her goods at the market in Morobo, February 26, 2015. (photo: The Niles | Ochan Hannington) A woman returns after selling her goods at the market in Morobo, February 26, 2015. (photo: The Niles | Ochan Hannington) A woman returns after selling her goods at the market in Morobo, February 26, 2015. (photo: The Niles | Ochan Hannington)

Diminished hopes, living conditions deteriorate

Ochan Hannington
South Sudan’s citizens hoped the new Transitional Government of National Unity would improve living conditions in the country, but hopes diminish with each passing day.
1.07.2016
Goods from Uganda offloaded in Juba, May 18, 2010. (photo: The Niles | Esther Muwombi)
Visa fees hurt trade
27.10.2015  |  Economics