By Qaabata Boru with Tut Deng
The December war crashing from inside Juba – capital city of South Sudan – has resulted in thousands dead and more than 650,000 people displaced.
JUBA: Vivacell, a South Sudanese telecoms company owned by Lebanon-based Fattouch Investment Group, has apologised for unveiling a series of new billboards that featured detained politician and SPLM Secretary-General Pag’an Amum and contained advertisement slogans feared to be loaded with hidden messages.
The storm came with such speed and ferocity that no one was prepared, twenty year-old Thot told me the following morning, as families around us struggled to find places out of the water and mud to dry their mattresses and clothing, “I was sitting with my five brothers and sisters in the tent, playing a game, and then . 761 more words
A few days ago, I flew into Gumruk airstrip in Pibor county, South Sudan. This airstrip is unusable for most of the wet season due to flooding so it was almost eight months since I was last here. 813 more words