Nation Security blocks four news websites as gov’t crackdown on independent media

Posted: July 17, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël in History, Junub Sudan

PaanLuel Wel website, along with Sudan Tribune, Radio Tamazuj and Nyamilepedia, has been blocked in South Sudan by the national security

PaanLuel Wel website, along with Sudan Tribune, Radio Tamazuj and Nyamilepedia, has been blocked in South Sudan by the national security

PaanLuel Wel website, Sudan Tribune, Radio Tamazuj and Nyamilepedia, have been blocked in South Sudan by the national security

July 17, 2017 (SSB) — Done with Riek and Malong, and ravaged by debilitating economic crisis, the gov’t has found a fresher enemy in the media as four websites–Sudan Tribune, PaanLuel Wel, Tamazuj and Nyamilepedia–got blocked in South Sudan. Congratulations Comrade Salva Kiir Mayaardit. December 2013 should have been better, however, if the intention is to stop anti-gov’t websites and media group.

The following four websites below are blocked in South Sudan under the instruction of the national government in Juba, apparently for being anti-government; further discussions underway between Vivacell, Zain and MTN on one hand, and the government, on the other, for the blocking of Facebook on phone internet.

www.sudantribune.com    Both English and Arabic version

https://paanluelwel.com   English Version

https://radiotamajuz.org    Both English and Arabic version

https://nyamile.com            English version


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  1. James Bol Bol says:

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