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Main Prison in Juba, South Sudan

It’s death row in a prison in South Sudan. Most of these people will die because of famine and illnesses. The rest will be executed.

 

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By Lomayat

South Sudan First Lady H. E. Mary Ayen Mayardit (We Are All Equal Before God)

Dear all,
 
Greetings from Kansas City, Missouri, USA
August 13, 2013 was a very special day for all the women of South Sudan.
South Sudan First Lady H. E. Mary Ayen Mayardit
The First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria H. E. Dr. (Dame) Patience Goodluck Jonathan, President of African First Ladies Peace Mission who was supposed to visit South Sudan on August 13, sent a delegation to deliver relief materials to the refugees and Internal Displaced People in South Sudan donated by African First Ladies Peace Mission which was presented in Juba by Hon. Oloye Olajumoke Akinjide, Minister of State (FCT) Federal Republic of Nigeria.
South Sudan First Lady H. E. Mary Ayen Mayardit and
Hon. Oloye Olajumoke Akinjide, Minister of
State (FCT) Federal Republic of Nigeria
After receiving the relief materials, the office of the First Lady together with the newly formed group of South Sudanese women from all the Ten States of South Sudan (Women For Mama, National Support Group) organized an event at Freedom Hall in Juba to celebrate the formation of the group.
The event was dedicated to our South Sudan First Lady, H. E. Madam Mary Ayen Mayardit who made a remarkable excellent statement while making her remarks at the event by saying “I Do Not Want To Make Myself Important That I Am The Wife Of The President. I Am A Woman Like All Of You, And We Are All Created By God And We Are All Equal Before God
Please, click the link at the bottom of the last picture to watch the event for yourself, enjoy the celebration and to listen to the excellent remarks made by our South Sudan First Lady, H. E. Mary Ayen Mayardit.
Click this link to watch

 

Sudan–South Sudan Borderline: 2012 Map

Posted: January 7, 2013 by PaanLuel Wël in History, Photos

Sudan--South Sudan Borderline as of 2012 depicting conflict-ridden areas

Sudan–South Sudan Borderline as of 2012 depicting conflict-ridden areas


AU welcomes outcome of Sudan, South Sudan summit

Shanghai Daily (subscription)
ADDIS ABABA, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) — The African Union (AU) on Sunday welcomed the outcome of the two-day meeting between Presidents Omar Hassan Al-Bashir of Sudan and Salva Kiir Mayardit ofSouth Sudan, which was concluded on Saturday in Addis 
Sudanese, South Sudanese presidents hold face-to face talks in Ethiopia
Press TV
The Sudanese and South Sudanese presidents have held talks in Ethiopia. Their two days of talks at a summit in Addis Ababa ended without any conclusive remarks on their conflicts. Still many are optimistic on their future, saying the two neighbors will 

Sudan, South Sudan agree on buffer zone at border
Zee News
Sudan, South Sudan agree on buffer zone at border Zeenews Bureau Khartoum: Leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to set up a buffer zone on their border and the timeline for its implementation will be decided by next week, as per BBC report.

Journalists jailed for not covering South Sudan president’s speech
Irish Examiner
Journalists jailed for not covering South Sudan president’s speech. Sunday, January 06, 2013 – 12:00 AM. Two state broadcast journalists have been arrested in South Sudan for failing to cover a speech by President Salva Kiir. Since the African republic 
Sudan-South Sudan Talks Progress
Prensa Latina
06 de enero de 2013, 12:23Addis Ababa, Jan 6 (Prensa Latina) The talks between presidents of Sudan and South Sudan made progress in all the aspects tackled, asserted African Union mediator and South African Ex-President Thabo Mbeki. Sudan’s 

Maps and related documents pertaining to South Sudan

An Adobe Acrobat file Detailed Administrative map of Republic South Sudan with One Boundary with out Sudan pop 2.11 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Detailed Administrative map of Republic South Sudan with One Boundary 2.16 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file Detailed Administrative map of Republic South Sudan WITH BOTH BOUNDARY 2.25 MB
An Adobe Acrobat file 1954 Map – Tribes of Sudan

You Salary!!!

Posted: May 31, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël in Photos

You Salary!!!

A Chained Prisoner in Rumbek, South Sudan

Posted: May 31, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël in Photos

A Chained Prisoner in Rumbek, South Sudan


South Sudan's ruling SPLM party secretary general and head of the South Sudan delegation Amum smiles after a meeting Sudan's President Bashir in Khartoum
South Sudan’s ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) party secretary general and head of the South Sudan delegation Pagan Amum smiles after a meeting with Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir in…
Chief mediator Thabo Mbeki (L) and Pagan Amum (R) Secretary General of the SPLM
Chief mediator for Sudan-South Sudan peace talks, former South Africa president, Thabo Mbeki (L) and Pagan Amum (R) Secretary General of the SPLM (Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement) walk out of a …
Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) forces at the frontline in Tachuien, Unity State, South Sudan on Friday, May 11, 2012. In late April,<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
 tensions between Sudan and South Sudan erupted into armed conflict along their poorly defined border. Thousands of SPLA forces have been deployed to Unity State where the two armies are at a tense stalemate around the state’s expansive oil fields. Fighting between the armies lulled in early May after the U.N. Security Council ordered the countries to resume negotiations. South Sudan seceded from the Republic of Sudan in July 2011 following decades of civil war. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)” width=”512″ height=”341″ /></div>
<div>Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) forces at the <span id=frontline in Tachuien, Unity State, South Sudan on Friday, May 11, 2012. In late April, tensions between Sudan and South Sudan erupted into armed
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 People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers inspect ordinance dropped by the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) at a frontline position in Pana Kuach, Unity State, South Sudan. SAF forces regularly employ air strikes, a capability that southern forces lack. In late April, tensions between Sudan and South Sudan erupted into armed conflict along their poorly defined border. Thousands of SPLA forces have been deployed to Unity State where the two armies are at a tense stalemate around the state’s expansive oil fields. Fighting between the armies lulled in early May after the U.N. Security Council ordered the countries to resume negotiations. South Sudan seceded from the Republic of Sudan in July 2011 following decades of civil war. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)” width=”512″ height=”341″ /></div>
<div>Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers inspect ordinance dropped by the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) at a <span id=frontline position in Pana Kuach, Unity State, South Sudan. SAF forces regularly employ
A Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) commander dons the new insignia of the 4th Division petroleum defense unit in Bentiu, Unity State, South Sudan on Friday, May 11, 2012. In late April, tensions between Sudan<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
 and South Sudan erupted into armed conflict along their poorly defined border. Thousands of SPLA forces have been deployed to Unity State where the two armies are at a tense stalemate around the state’s expansive oil fields. Fighting between the armies lulled in early May after the U.N. Security Council ordered the countries to resume negotiations. South Sudan seceded from the Republic of Sudan in July 2011 following decades of civil war. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)” width=”512″ height=”341″ /></div>
<div>A Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) commander dons the new insignia of the 4th Division petroleum defense unit in Bentiu, Unity State, South Sudan on Friday, May 11, 2012. In late April, tensions</div>
<div><img title=solider has his hair cut at a frontline position in Pana Kuach, Unity State, South Sudan on Friday, May 11, 2012. In late April, tensions between Sudan…
Soldiers from the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) examine a map at the frontline position in Pana Kuach, Unity State, South Sudan, Friday May 11 2012. In late April, tensions between Sudan and South Sudan erupted into conflict along their poorly defined border. Thousands of SPLA forces have been deployed to Unity State where<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
 the two armies are at a tense stalemate around the state’s expansive oil fields. Fighting between the armies lulled in early May after the U.N. Security Council ordered the countries to resume negotiations. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)” width=”512″ height=”384″ /></div>
<div>Soldiers from the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) examine a map at the <span id=frontline position in Pana Kuach, Unity State, South Sudan, Friday May 11 2012. In late April, tensions between Sudan and …
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29th Anniversary of MAY 16TH.

Posted: May 16, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël in History, Photos, Videos
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29th Anniversary of MAY 16TH.

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JUNUB THUDAN OYEEEEE

Sudan Tribune: South Sudan commemorates SPLA day

http://www.sudantribune.com/South-Sudan-commemorates-SPLA-day,42614


A Convoy of Lost Boys and Prezzo Salva Kiir in the 1980s

This is one more occasion where a single picture is worth a thousand words……speaks louder than a thousand words.

PaanLuel Wel.


The Guardian

The Republic of South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, achieving independence on 9 July following Africa’s longest-running civil war. Optimism is high – 98% of voters chose secession – but the new government has almost no capacity to run a village, 

South Sudan: South Sudan

Mabior Garang, son of Dr John Garang, a former SPLA rebel leader and Sudanese politician“The people are edgy right now. They fought the war, contributed their children, their crops, their livestock. The moment they should be paid back, the ­movement is hijacked by the ­”cut-and-paste ­middle class” – the foreign diaspora returning. They can’t institute ­policies that speak to the people. And when ­people are hungry and perceive those in power are denying them food, they will rise up.”

South Sudan: South Sudan - Birth of a Nation

Rachel Angeth Madit, 21, Miss South Sudan/Miss New Sudan ­African Queen“My four brothers died during the war. I went to secondary school in Uganda. I came back to Juba last year with my mum. I haven’t seen my father since I was 15. He is a Dinka, has 20 wives and many children – he’s a chief. I saw the modelling ­competition on the internet. I won a small car, a laptop and a crown. I haven’t done any modelling yet – there is no industry here – but I’ve registered my agency, South Sudan Next Top Model. I just need ­investors. And I’m involved with an orphans project in Juba.”South Sudan: South Sudan

Sabina Dario Lokolong, deputy minister for humanitarian affairs and disaster management“From 1998, I lived in Leeds and worked in odd jobs – catering, a warehouse, Eastgate ­Jobcentre. I returned to Sudan in 2005. After the ­comprehensive peace agreement, I became a member of ­parliament, and then, after ­independence, deputy minister.”
South Sudan: South Sudan

General Mamur Obuto Mete, ­deputy chief of staff for moral ­orientation responsible for the demobilisation of militias and ­renegade groups, pictured with his bodyguards.

South Sudan: South Sudan

Atem Yaak Atem, deputy ­minister, ministry of information and broadcasting‘I was the owner and editor of the Pioneer newspaper in Juba. As I was in the SPLA, I was a propagandist. I have been compared to Goebbels. I was appointed in August. I’m like a fish out of water, wearing a suit.’

South Sudan: South Sudan

Benjamin Bol, a former SPLA rebel soldier who now runs a multimillion dollar road-building business‘When I was at university in Nairobi, I saved all my money, bought two trucks and rented them to the UN and the SPLA for $500 a day. Then there was a shortage of food, so I bought imported food and sold it to the army. The turning point was starting a business in Juba.’

South Sudan: South Sudan

Silver X, 24, rap artist and singer‘My album is a great hit. Small kids sing it, old mamas and papas. I don’t go into politics in my singing – it’s a bit risky. I sang a song about how hard it is when you go for a job and they want to know what tribe you’re from, who your father is. It brought me into conflict with the government. My father died in the war. He was shot by his wife’s brother – they were soldiers. My mother took us to Uganda and I was educated in Kampala. When we achieved independence, I was shocked. There was a four-day concert and I performed at the cultural centre. When they raised the flag, I was ­shedding tears – for what had ­happened in the past, but also for joy.’
South Sudan: South Sudan

Rock City Hotel Pool, Jebel Hill, JubaOn Sunday afternoon, the pool fills up with well-off South Sudanese.

Please click the link below; there are lots of cool photos with very revealing statement about South Sudan

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Posted: September 26, 2011 by PaanLuel Wël in Photos

http://paolonovelli.wordpress.com/2011/08/18/902/

Building the Nation, the Hard Way

Posted: August 8, 2011 by PaanLuel Wël in Economy, Photos

Labourers wanted.pdf Labourers wanted.pdf
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Map of South Sudan

Posted: July 15, 2011 by PaanLuel Wël in Photos

Source: UN Department of Field Support – Cartographic Section

Map of Sudan Before the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA)

Map of Sudan (2011)

Map of South Sudan (2011)

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