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South Sudan improves business climate: World Bank

From AFP, May 17, 2011: Southern Sudan, poised to become Africa’s newest nation in July, is making progress in creating a business-friendly environment, the World Bank said Tuesday. “The Government of Southern Sudan is making strides to improve the business … Continue reading

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Sudan: South’s Draft Constitution Finalized – Minister

From allAfrica, April 5, 2011: The technical committee that was tasked with reviewing South Sudan’s interim constitution of 2005, ahead of the region’s independence in July, has successfully completed the process, with the draft report expected in a week or … Continue reading

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Highway Project Will Connect Southern Sudan to Outside World

From Voice of America, February 12, 2011: Work crews have started paving Southern Sudan’s first highway, which will connect the new nation to the international community.  This highway brings the south one step closer to full independence. A military band … Continue reading

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GEN. SALVA KIIR MESSAGE DURING THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF REFERENDUM RESULTS

President of the Republic of South Sudan, H. E. Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit is delivering a Statement after his return from Khartoum Juba, January 8, 2011 – Pictures by Larco Lomayat Dear all, Greetings from Juba, The Current Capital of … Continue reading

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South to Establish a New Capital City And Relocate From Juba After Independence

From allAfrica, February 5, 2011: South Sudan will soon begin to implement a huge project of building a modern capital city for the newly independent state, saying the historical regional capital, Juba, does not meet what is required of a … Continue reading

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As South Sudan prepares for independence, old hurts linger

From The Christian Science Monitor, January 2011: They call him “Commander Dan.” He arrived 24 years ago, and they say here now that he knows South Sudan better than any other “Kawaja” – white man – around. And yet even … Continue reading

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