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A man clambering over a fence to view the debut football match of South Sudan’s national team in Juba, July 9, 2011. (photo: Espen Eichhöfer | OSTKREUZ)
Five: Enter houses through their doors ...
... suggests an old Sudanese saying. This image, taken five years ago of a man clambering over a fence to view the debut football match of South Sudan’s national team, shows how you can just as easily take an unorthodox route. Over the past five years, both Sudan and South Sudan have taken a few unexpected detours.
 (photo: David Chipperfield Architects | The Niles)
 (photo: David Chipperfield Architects | The Niles)
 (photo: David Chipperfield Architects | The Niles)

‘Naga Now’

MiCT The Niles
The Niles correspondents travelled from Khartoum to the archaeological sites of Naga. Five encounters on a journey back to the roots of their culture.
10.11.2016

Where do you see yourself in five years?

Martha Agama, Francis Michael, Akim Mugisa, Davis Mugume and Nosa Ahmed
People from Sudan and South Sudan pondering over their future.
10.11.2016

Five days reporting from Malakal

Francis Michael
Radio reporter Francis Michael describes his fear and shock as fighting took over Malakal, reducing it to a ghost town.
9.11.2016

Five days reporting from Pagak

Fatma Gazali
During the war in December 2014, The Niles correspondent Fatma Gazali spent five days covering a SPLM/A-IO conference where the rebel organisation weighed up the pros and cons of war, despite ongoing peace talks.
8.11.2016
 (photo: The Niles)  (photo: The Niles)  (photo: The Niles)

Cash or cow?

MiCT The Niles
The history of five pounds in Sudan/SouthSudan.
7.11.2016