Archive for May 28, 2016

Press Release: Media Briefing at SPLA-IO/GHQS in Juba

Posted: May 28, 2016 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Press Release



Riek Machar Teny, the armed rebel leader

Good Morning Ladies  & Gentlemen.

I am the current official Military Spokesperson for SPLA-IO

Col. William Gatjiath Deng

  • The office of the Spokesperson welcomes International, Regional and Local Media representatives who have managed to attend this occasion today and indeed, I recognize your hard contribution toward the implementation of this peace agreement in the country and this is a one of the reason why you are call here today.

  • Ladies & Gentlemen, let me have a short briefing on the current situation after the formation of the TGoNU, the SPLA-IO headed by Dr. Riek Machar and the other (10) Ministers who have also taken part in the council of Ministers definitely shown that, the peace in the youngest nation is now prevailing as it has been a hope to everybody in the country.


By David Matiop Gai, Juba, South Sudan



May 28, 2016, (SSB) – What makes Polataka to be an important place during the movement was the name given to children that inhabited the area in 1990-1995 until when the Khartoum regime captured the town. In 1990, after Red army arrived in Polataka from expected regions in Southern and northern Sudan, Dr. John Garang de Mabior, Chairman and Commander in chief of the Sudan People Liberation Army and Movement, (SPLA/M) sent Captain Sebit William Garang Dut as camp commander and a leader of the Red army of the Polataka with the brand new name of “Polataka face Foundation”, or in simple Arabic, “Teraps” meaning seeds for the New Sudan.  Among the many camps of Red army in Ethiopaia of Panyudu, Itang, Gilo, Dimo, and in the Sudan like Red army displace camps of Moli and Borongoli, Dr. John gave us an opportunity of Polataka Face Foundation a kind of leadership blessings for the real reason he knows.


Crisis Group Report: Conflict in the Equatorias

Posted: May 28, 2016 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Reports

Equatorians and the war in South Sudan (PDF)

By Wenne Madyt Dengs, Juba, South Sudan

Traffic police in Bor, Solomon Mabior Ruar

Jonglei state Director of traffic police Col Solomon Mabior Ruar on fouth independence day picture by Mach Samuel

May 28, 2016 (SSB) — The South Sudanese citizens are a hospitable people and munificent. But those who come-in our country illegitimately; and those who always deploy uneducated police personnel at our borders are the ones who disrespect the rule of law. And because we’re neighboring countries where terrorists are tricky, it’s better for the South Sudan Police Services to deploy highly trained, educated and patriotic personnel who shall at all times be in position to tackle illegal influx of immigrants.

We merely cannot allow people to pour into South Sudan undetected, undocumented and unchecked. South Sudanese are right to demand better border security and better enforcement of the immigration laws. The immigration rules would clearly strengthen enforcement. On the other angle, the agencies charged with border security would receive new technology, new facilities and more educated people to stop, process, and deport illegal immigrants.