PaanLuel Wël – South Sudanese Bloggers (SSB): The Best Articles, and Opinion Writers, for the Year 2017

Posted: December 31, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël in Columnists, Commentary, Contributing Writers, Editorials, Featured Articles, Junub Sudan, Opinion Articles, Opinion Writers, PaanLuel Wël

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PaanLuel Wël: South Sudanese Bloggers (SSB): The Best Articles, Writers, of the Year 2016

December 31, 2017 (SSB) — Last year 2016, we highlighted and celebrated our writers by showcasing their writings for the year 2016. As part of that tradition, we bring to your desk/screen the best of 2017 as featured on PaanLuel Wël: South Sudanese bloggers (SSB) website.

The year 2017, in some hours, will dwindle into the past, and the people of South Sudan, along with the rest of the world, will welcome 2018. Every New Year is a joyful festival, a celebration of the last year achievements, accomplishments that include being alive and healthy, recognizing the selfless young leaders, whether in journalism, governance, or other important issues such as women’s rights issues, economic growth, conflicts and peace.

This year, our country, with its suffering population, has been featured hundreds over hundreds of websites all over the world, mostly in a bad light. However, PaanLuel Wël: South Sudanese bloggers (SSB), our own website, occupies the central stage in publishing opinion articles and analysis featuring ordinary South Sudanese, which make sense of the dire situations in our beloved country.

It is also an instrumental informant to South Sudanese worldwide because it publishes writings from South Sudanese, both within and outside the country. These opinions explain the general and specific lives and situations of South Sudanese in countries such as Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand, USA, UK, EU and many other places where South Sudanese are taking refuge.

Instead of being constrained by the ritual of the “top 10” best opinion articles and writers, we have elected to showcase the rich compilations of the best writings from the best opinion writers and sociopolitical and economic analysts. By “best” we simply have in mind a piece of writing that best highlight the horrors of the civil war and economic crisis that our people are enduring in dignified humiliation; a piece of writing that best capture and present not just a constructive criticism of our leaders from all sides of the political, economic and conflict divides, but also a feasible resolution of the ills that has been ailing our country since the advent of the CPA and into independence.

Today, PaanLuel Wël: South Sudanese bloggers (SSB) is celebrating the diverse and excellent articles and news analysis of our best writers and acknowledging the work of other hundred contributors, columnists and opinion-writers whose names or works won’t appear in this article. We got lots of writers on our website, and it is imperative to motivate and encourage them with something unique to mark the end of the year 2017 and the commencement of a happy – prosperous and peaceful – New Year 2018:

Here is the 2017 review:

Best Opinion Writers: Top Best Opinion Writers and Political Analysts for the Year 2017 on Paanluelwel.com website

  1. Arop Madut Arop (Nairobi, Kenya), for his article, “Will the IGAD-led Revitalization Forum Salvage the situation in South Sudan?
  2. Pal Chol Nyan (Juba, South Sudan) for his article, “SPLM ruling party: The dereliction of duty and betrayal of the liberation struggle
  3. Daniel Juol Nhomngek (Kampala, Uganda), for his article, “The peace cannot be imposed but a home grown concept: The case of South Sudan
  4. Atem Yaak Atem (Australia), for his article, “Obituary: Remembering the illustrious life of the late Sebit William Garang Dut Goch
  5. PaanLuel Wël (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “The Principles of Tribocracy (Part 1-7)
  6. Tong Kot Kuocnin (Nairobi, Kenya), for his article, “Judiciary of South Sudan: A Paralyzed and Dysfunctional Third Arm of the Government
  7. Sunday de John (Kampala, Uganda), with his article, “Telar and Rin aside: A response to the loud lamentation on the fall of the Roman Empire!
  8. Ajang Barach-Magar (Dar es Salaam – Tanzania), for his article, “What HIV/AIDS is and What it is Not
  9. Apioth Mayom Apioth (USA), for his article, “Pagan Amum or the SSYLM: What are our Alternatives to President Salva Kiir?
  10. Deng Kur Deng (Pennsylvania, USA), for his article, “It is time for President Salva Kiir to Give up Power in South Sudan
  11. Roger Alfred Yoron Modi (Juba, South Sudan), for his article,Of excessive presidential powers and centralization: Why the 2011 Constitution isn’t the will of the people 
  12. Mayak Deng Aruei (California, USA), for his article, “What are the implications for the sacking of Gen. Paul Malong Awan?
  13. Deng Gai Gatluak (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “The legality of the replacement of Dr. Riek Machar by H.E. Gen. Taban Deng Gai
  14. Awuol Gabriel Arok (Juba, South Sudan),  for his article, “President Kiir’s Golden Heart: The Peaceful resolution of Kiir-Malong Feud
  15. Lucy Ayak Malek (Nairobi, Kenya), for her article, “Gen. Malong Awan is a Peace Laurate, Not a War Criminal, Mr. President
  16. Tito Awen Bol (Nairobi, Kenya), for his article, “Does SPLM still Exist as a Ruling Party or Just Individuals Ruling South Sudan!
  17. Emmanuel Ariech Deng (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “Nepotism or Meritocracy: The Appointment of Gen. Gregory Vasili as Gogrial’s Governor
  18. Malith Alier Jok (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “South Sudanese are accustomed to Suffering and Hardships for a Long Time
  19. Kuol Alberto Makuach (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “The intractability of rectifying familiar errors and mistakes in South Sudan
  20. Thiik Mou Giir (Melbourne, Australia), for his article, “Pan-Africanism: The Quest to Know Our Place in Human History (Part 1-2)
  21. Longar Mathiec Wol (Nairobi, Kenya), for his article, “Bany Kiir Mayaardit: The shameful suffering of the children of our martyrs and heroes is a disgrace to our beloved country
  22. Deng Diar Diing (Mombasa, Kenya), for his article, The Bewildering Politics of the SPLM/SPLA in the Post-Garang Era
  23. James Okuk, PhD (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “ARCSS and HLRF: Last or Lost Chance for Peace in South Sudan?
  24. Wenne Madyt Dengs (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “In South Sudan, Rebellions Are Not Staged For Fame but for Genuine Political Reforms
  25. Dut Kuot Akok (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “Will the confinement of Gen. Paul Malong bring peace and stability in South Sudan
  26. Martin Ariel Majak (Alexandria, Egypt), for his article, “South Sudanese: Dialogue should trump militarism in crisis management
  27. David Matiop Gai (Juba, South Sudan), for his article, “Gen. Thomas Cirilo, the SPLA has never been a Dinka army, but a liberation army
  28. Mading Gum (Nairobi, Kenya), for his article, “Freedom Fighters or Terrorists: The SPLM-IO Equatoria Groups
  29. Elbow Chuol (Kampala, Uganda), for his article, “King “Fall” Malong: Why Malong Awan’s Four-day Rebellion Fell Apart
  30. Mabior Atem Kuir (Winnipeg, Canada), with his article, “Unviable national dialogue and partial implementation of ARCISS is prolonging suffering in South Sudan”

Peace & Reconciliation: Top Best Articles and News Analysis on Peace, Unity and Reconciliation for the Year 2017

  1. South Sudanese: War is Exhaustive and Expensive; Let’s End it Immediately – By Kur Wël Kur in Adelaide, Australia
  2. Who are the guarantors of an everlasting peace and stability in South Sudan? – By Martin Ariel Majak, Alexandria University, Egypt
  3. Unity of our people is the key to political stability and economic prosperity – By Nhial Bol Aken, Juba, South Sudan
  4. A successful National Dialogue is a step closer to National Elections – By Aweng Mangar-Achol, Juba, South Sudan
  5. Seek Ye Sustainable Peace in South Sudan and the Rest Will Naturally Follow – By Hon. Arop Madut Arop, Nairobi, Kenya
  6. President Kiir’s National Dialogue is NOT consistent with the IGAD Peace Agreement – By Roger Alfred Yoron Modi, Juba, South Sudan
  7. Let’s dream for better South Sudan, together – By Lucy Ayak Malek, Nairobi, Kenya
  8. Overlooked road to peace: Can the genuine unity of the members of the SPLM party bring peace in South Sudan? – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  9. The Foundation of National Dialogue and Social Harmony in South Sudan – By Acuil Malith Banggol, Juba, South Sudan
  10. Who is conspiring with President Bashir to threaten the sovereignty of South Sudan? – By Pal Chol Nyan, Juba, South Sudan
  11. Mama Rebecca Nyandeng should accept to join the National Dialogue Steering Committee – By Samuel Reech Mayen, Juba, South Sudan
  12. South Sudan Political Crisis Demands Constitutional Resolution – By Ariik Atekdit, Juba, South Sudan
  13. The national dialogue in South Sudan: The inability to acknowledge your wrong side of the story is your disability – By Kur Wël Kur in Adelaide, Australia
  14. Does President Salva Kiir find Dr. Majak Agoot Atem suitable for the presidency? – By Deng Kur Deng, Pennsylvania, USA
  15. President Kiir is making a mockery of a genuine national dialogue in South Sudan – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  16. Tension between hope and despair: Violent vs non-violent revolution in South Sudan (Part 1-2) – By Thiik Mou Giir, Melbourne, Australia
  17. Why our collective call to stop the war has been ignored by the beneficiaries – By Pal Chol Nyan, Juba, South Sudan
  18. The Role of Youth in Peace and Conflict Resolution in South Sudan – By Parek Maduot Bol, Juba, South Sudan
  19. The Role of Women in National Dialogue and Nation Building in South Sudan – By Kocrup Makuach, Nairobi, Kenya
  20. President Kiir should give real powers to the Steering Committee for National Dialogue – By Daniel Machar Dhieu, Juba, South Sudan
  21. Why restorative justice is the key to peace and political stability in South Sudan – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  22. Does the absence of violent conflict in Northern Bahr el Ghazal signify real peace? – By Kuol Alberto Makuach, Juba, South Sudan
  23. The power to destroy a nation is a lot easier than the power it takes to build a nation – By Santino Aniek, New York, U.S.A
  24. In History: Retracing the Genesis of the Current South Sudanese Civil War – By Junior William Deng, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  25. Supporting the call for National Dialogue and Reconciliation is a civic duty for all of us – By William Abur, Melbourne, Australia
  26. Dinkanization for ‘political sympathy’ is a misguided ideology – By Kur John Aleu, Beijing, China
  27. South Sudan National Dialogue: Another Option in addressing Political Crisis! – By Thon Atem Ayiei, Juba, South Sudan
  28. Past and Present experience will give us a lasting peace in future South Sudan – By Thon Madol Mathok, Kampala, Uganda
  29. Wake Up, Wake Up, Those Patriots Who Birthed the Republic of South Sudan – By Wenne Madyt Dengs, Juba, South Sudan
  30. Jieng Council of Elders should not be scapegoated for the mess in South Sudan – By Kuach Loch Garang Deng, Calgary, Canada
  31. Pres. Kiir and Dr. Machar: Two antagonists with un-achievable desires (Part 1) – By Bol Khan Rom, Kampala, Uganda
  32. The fall of King Paul Malong: History does not reward good people but bad ones – By Santino Aniek, New York, U.S.A.
  33. Triggering factors of unresolved crisis in the clannish, plutocratic system of South Sudan – By Duol Kuey Deng, Gambella, Ethiopia
  34. Somalization of South Sudan as Foreign Interests Overrides Peace and Stability in the Country – By Jack Khamis Taban, Juba, South Sudan
  35. SOUTH SUDAN NEEDS INSPIRING AND UNIFYING NARRATIVES!!! – By Kachuol Mabil Piok, Juba, South Sudan
  36. Dinka People – From liberators to MTN – By Deng Kiir Akok, Juba, South Sudan
  37. Victims of Savage Murle Attacks: Rest in Peace to People of Juet, Dachuek and Duken – By Arok Deng Mabior, Melbourne, Australia

Civil War & ARCSS: Top Best Articles and News Analysis on the Civil War & ARCSS for the Year 2017

  1. Salva Kiir’s Destruction of South Sudan through Tribal Federalism – By Dr. Costello Garang Ring Lual, Germany
  2. The implications of the confinement of Dr. Riek Machar on the South Sudan’s crisis – By John Sunday Martin, Yei, South Sudan
  3. South Sudan got married to Mrs. War and gave birth to first born named hatred. – By Khurthii Manyuat, Beijing, China
  4. The Zimbabwean situation teaches South Sudan hard but honest lessons – By Matai Manuoi Muon, Nairobi, Kenya
  5. A rebuttal to Dr. Michael Koma: Aweilians are not supporting Gen. Paul Malong blindly – By Dut Kuot Akok, Juba, South Sudan
  6. Why Aweil Dinka community should refrain and remain vigilant in this political turmoil – By Athian Kur Malith, Masvingo, Zimbabwe
  7. Blunders IGAD can’t afford to repeat again in South Sudan – By Martin Ariel Majak, Alexandria, Egypt
  8.  Let me be clear again: I was forced to abandon my profession of journalism – By Nhial Bol Aken, Juba, South Sudan
  9. Can South Sudan find a new, better, day? – By Deng Mayik Atem, Arizona, USA
  10. The Failed Statehood: What exactly is the solution for South Sudan? – By Matai Manuoi Muon, Nairobi, Kenya
  11. I.P MonyDit Waa: Who Killed Akech Mawel in Juba? – By Bol Marol Abouk, Juba, South Sudan
  12. Airport Crisis: Did the Regional Protection Forces (RPF) overstep their mandate? – By Martin Ariel Majak, Alexandria, Egypt
  13. The deafening silence of Juba over the killing of 29 civilians in Jalle, Jonglei state – By Mabil Manyok Nhial, Gweru City, Zimbabwe
  14. Why it is high time for President Salva Kiir to resign immediately – By Deng Atak Ken, Curtin University, Australia
  15. Could south Sudan be the next Rwanda? – By Yom Mayen Awan, Bor, Jonglei State
  16. Why Nyang town in Yirol is made a burial ground? – By Paulino Deng Bullen, Yirol town, South Sudan
  17. Who recorded Ateny Wek’s controversial conversation and posted it in public?  – By David Deng Chapath, Kampala, Uganda
  18. Why a technocratic transitional government in South Sudan? – Dr. Lam Akol, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  19. The blanket denial of right to peaceful demonstration in South Sudan – By Garang Geng Akot, New Delhi, India
  20. The Tragicomedy of Endless Resignation and Rebellion in South Sudan – By Deng Kiir Akok, Juba, South Sudan
  21. Mayiik Deng and Ateny Wek: The Dead Woods in the Palace (J-1) – By Kharubino Kiir Garang, Juba, South Sudan
  22. Jalle is grieving as 29 is confirmed dead, 17 wounded, 4 Kids taken, others still missing – By Gai Stephen Mayen, Bor, Jonglei state
  23. President Kiir’s Remark: Was it Nation Address or Hate Speech Sir? – By Wol Deng Atak, Nairobi, Kenya
  24. Ending Protracted Transition Key to Ending South Sudan Crisis – By Mading Gum, Nairobi, Kenya
  25. Why the Chief Justice Chan Reech Madut must go now! – By Simon Manut Chan, Juba, South Sudan
  26. The Perils of Kleptocracy in South Sudan – By Malual Garang Jangdit, Juba, South Sudan
  27. Paul Malong, Dutku Beny, Mathiang-Anyoor and the Collapse of Konkoc Conference – By Elbow Chuol, Kampala, Uganda
  28. The return of a legend: Bring back our Pagan Amum… – By Peter Kuot Ngong, Juba, South Sudan
  29. Trust is an asset: South Sudan’s public is losing trust in President Kiir Mayardit – By Maker Kuol Koryom, Melbourne, Australia
  30. The imperative of an inclusive national dialogue for a peaceful South Sudan – By Dr. Philip Anyak, Juba, South Sudan
  31. Can Jieng Council of Elders (JCE) be trusted to play positive roles in South Sudan? A Comment on Hon. Aldo Ajou Deng’s article: President Kiir should use Dr John Garang’s precedence to unite the Mother SPLM
  32. THE IRONY OF A BIG FISH CONSUMING A SMALL FISH – By Ajang Alaak Atem, Bor, South Sudan
  33. What do government officials think about what the people think about them? – By Tearz Ayuen, Nairobi, Kenya
  34. The Murle and the Terror Culture of Cattle Raiding and Child Abduction in Jonglei state – By Anyuon-Magedem D’Gomba, Nairobi, Kenya
  35. South Sudan: Finding Justice Beyond Statutes – By Joseph G. Akech, Juba, South Sudan
  36. To what extent has the ‘red army’ lived up to the vision of SPLM/A for them? – By Gabriel Kucdit Kachuol, Yirol, South Sudan
  37. Ramchiel is NOT a “No Man’s land”; it belongs to the people of Yirol – By Medjhak Deng Medjhak, Yirol, South Sudan

Politics & Government: Top Best Articles and News Analysis on Politics, Democracy and Governance for the Year 2017

  1.  SPLA to SSPDF: What does the changing of the SPLA name mean? – By Philip Thon Aleu, Juba, South Sudan
  2. South Sudan: What is expected of the State Governors? – By Pal Chol Nyan, Juba, South Sudan
  3. Talking from my own Experience: Why Alfred Taban left the SPLM? – By Nhial Bol Aken, Juba, South Sudan
  4. South Sudan: Bracketing Off the Suffering of 2016, Hope for Peace in 2017 and beyond!! – By Ariik Atekdit, Juba, South Sudan
  5. Bad Leadership vs Resources Problem: The Crisis within the Judiciary of South Sudan –  By Tong Kot Kuocnin, Nairobi, Kenya
  6. Why South Sudan is poor economically, corrupt socially and weak politically (Part 1) – By Atem Yaak Atem, Australia
  7. President Kiir and Gen. Malong: Please don’t fight for the third time in Juba – By David Matiop Gai, Juba, South Sudan
  8. South Sudan: The concept of state governance and socioeconomic progress – By Matiop Alier, USA
  9. Blood is thicker than water: President Kiir appoints his brother in law as Governor – By Pal Chol Nyan, Juba, South Sudan
  10. Journalism: The Most Abused Profession in South Sudan (Part 1-4) – By Hon Arop Madut Arop, Nairobi, Kenya
  11. The detention and torturing of MPs in Gok State is unprecedented in South Sudan – By Puorich Marial Daljang, Nairobi, Kenya
  12. Lessons for East African countries from “Why Nations Fail” – By Garang Atem Ayiik, Nairobi, Kenya
  13. The 32 Federal States of the Republic of South Sudan – By PaanLuel Wël, Juba, South Sudan
  14. Perceptions and Practices of Federation in South Sudan – By Acuil Malith Banggol, Juba, South Sudan
  15. Condemnation of the Closure of the Four Online News Websites in South Sudan – By Eligo Dak Buoth, Nairobi, Kenya
  16. The extermination of Aweil intellectuals and Gen. Paul Malong’s Supports is a Cold War – By Lucy Ayak Malek, Nairobi, Kenya
  17. The Crossroad Politics and Dying Democracy in South Sudan (Part 1-2) – By David Matiop Gai, Juba, South Sudan
  18. The Appointment of Gen. Gregory Vasili and the Question of Nepotism in South Sudan – By Simon Yel Yel, Juba, South Sudan
  19. Under the curtain of Alfred Taban, the lead journalist turned politician – By Kon Joseph Leek, Juba, South Sudan
  20. The sad reality of our today’s South Sudan – By Martin Ariel Majak, Alexandria, Egypt
  21. What is the intention of government for punishing the vulnerable people? – By Mading Abraham Majur, Juba, South Sudan
  22. The death penalty should not be abolished in South Sudan: A Response to Hon. Wanawila – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  23. An end to Salva Kiir and Taban Deng’s Honeymoon is fast approaching – By Atiop Yach, Juba, South Sudan
  24. Prospective CHANGE AND INTRIGUES in the Republic of South Sudan – By Junior William Deng, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  25. Shedding the crocodile tears will not solve our problems than worsening it – By Awut Mayom Agok, Rumbek, South Sudan
  26. Can the case of Gen. Thomas Cirillo be a great lesson for some of us in south Sudan? – By William Abur, Melbourne, Australia
  27. By neglecting our youth, we are only creating more David Yau Yau, Riek Machar and Thomas Cirilo – By Apioth Mayom Apioth, USA
  28. Lessons from the 2017 Kenyan election: Is democratic South Sudan 30-40 years away? – By Philip Thon Aleu, Juba, South Sudan
  29. Why are international human right organizations silent on the killing of civilians on South Sudanese highways? – By Longar Mathiec Wol, Nairobi, Kenya
  30. Why Firing Gen. Paul Malong is a Common Disaster for all South Sudanese – By Kuach Loch Garang, Calgary, Canada
  31. The SPLM Philosophy of “Taking Towns to People” is about “Good Governance”, not “Services Delivery” – By Acuil Malith Banggol, Juba, South Sudan
  32. Comrade Acuil Malith must revisit his own Master’s thesis to understand the SPLM philosophy of “Taking Towns to People” – By Reuben G. Panchol, Juba, South Sudan
  33. Bring back the true SPLA to the government: The case of Gen. Pieng Deng Kuol – By David Deng Chapath, Kampala, Uganda
  34. There is NO professionalism in the police force of South Sudan – By Daniel Deng Mario, Juba, South Sudan
  35. Rule of Law and Democracy: Addressing the Gap between Policies and Practices in South Sudan – By Molana Arop Malook Lual, Juba, South Sudan
  36. The challenge of Dr. John Garang’s mission and vision for South Sudan – By Gabriel Kucdid Kachuol, Panaker, Yirol
  37. Lack of Political Ideology and Foreign Policy: A Big Challenge to South Sudan – BY MALIAP MADIT MABIOR, KAMPALA, UGANDA

Business & Economic: Top Best Articles and News Analysis on Business and Economy for the Year 2017

  1. The Senseless War of Attrition over Scarce Resources and Power in South Sudan – By Mayak Deng Aruei, California, USA
  2. Who is remotely controlling the parallel market to exploit the dollar in South Sudan? – By Longar Mathiec Wol, Nairobi, Kenya
  3. The Sentry Report on Gen. Malek Ruben Riak is one-sided and ill-intended – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  4. Will South Sudan Prepare 2017/2018 Financial Year Budget Timely? – By Malith Alier Jok, Juba, South Sudan
  5. Who is to blame for the woes facing the Directorate of Nationality, Passport & Immigration – By Emmanuel Ariech Deng, Juba, South Sudan
  6. The Economic Grounds for Government Legitimacy – By David Mayen Ayarbior, Juba, South Sudan
  7. What can we do about the cancerous corruption in South Sudan? – By Martin Ariel Majak, Alexandria, Egypt
  8. The Bankruptcy of Oil Finance in the Republic of South Sudan  – By Khurthii Manyuat, Beijing, China
  9. Makiir Gai Thiep: A man with business eye of kindness – By Awuol Gabriel Arok, Juba, South Sudan
  10. How International NGOs foster corruption in South Sudan: The striking case of OXFAM – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  11. How to tackle hyperinflation and promote economic revival in South Sudan – By Baak Chan Yak Deng, Juba, South Sudan
  12. Big Fish let loose as small ones are fried: The unfair treatment of Agou John Wuoi – By Deng Kur Deng, Pennsylvania, USA
  13. Lost in Corruption: Where is the Nation Called South Sudan? –  By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  14. Please, Re-introduce pegged exchange rate system to stem economic haemorrhage – By Daniel Machar Dhieu, Juba, South Sudan
  15. South Sudan: A Sanctuary of Corruption and Untold Sufferings – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  16. Land Policy in South Sudan Can Help Reduce Land Grabbing and Conflict – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  17. South Sudan should not squander the $106 million loan from the World Bank and IMF – By Awuol Gabriel Arok, Juba, South Sudan
  18. The commercialization of the Greater Bor Dinka marriage system and its detrimental impacts on the low-income Class! – By Thon Atem Ayiei, Juba, South Sudan
  19. What Legacy would SPLM Leadership Leaves Behind in South Sudan? – By Tong Kot Kuocnin, Nairobi, Kenya
  20. The exhausted war veterans over-rewarded themselves, then invoked a quagmire! – By Sunday de John, New Delhi, India
  21. Of polygamy and economic planning: How many people can South Sudan support? – By Ajang Barach-Magar, Nairobi, Kenya
  22. Hidden business interest or liberation struggle. The challenges of political rebellion in South Sudan – By Longar Mathiec Wol, Nairobi, Kenya
  23. Economic Crisis: Why the government of South Sudan went bankrupt – By Longar Mathiec Wol, Nairobi, Kenya
  24. South Sudan: We Choose Poverty to Fight Poverty – By Ustaz John Garang Ayii Riak, Juba, South Sudan
  25. South Sudan’s Faltering Economy: The World Bank, IMF, should Declare Juba Bankrupt – By Hon. Oyet Nathaniel Pierino, SPLM-IO Governor Imatong State
  26. The Dynamics of the South Sudanese Economic Growth and Development – By Manyuon Dhieu Chol, Juba, South Sudan
  27. South Sudan cannot issue passports after failing to pay its bills to German tech firm – By Reuters News Agency
  28. The Tragedy of Hepatitis B among the South Sudanese people – By Adol Akuei, Eldoret, Kenya
  29. Heavy payment of dowry should be abolished in South Sudan – By Yom Mayen Awan, Bor, South Sudan
  30. How lack of central bank independence contributed to economic crisis in South Sudan – By Garang Atem Ayiik (Gatem), Nairobi, Kenya
  31. Who is to blame for fuel shortages in Juba? – By Madhieu Thiep Madhieu, Juba, South Sudan
  32. How will ordinary citizens survive in the dire South Sudan economic crisis? – By Madhieu Thiep Madhieu, Juba, South Sudan
  33. HUSBAND INFLATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN – By Zack Mayul, Nairobi, Kenya
  34. South Sudan should avert famine first and hold on building Ramciel. – By Deng Kiir Akok, Juba, South Sudan
  35. Wedding in Juba – How can you tell if a bridegroom works for Nilepet? – By Deng Kiir Akok, Juba, South Sudan
  36. Why South Sudan should concentrate on agriculture to vitalize the economy – By Akecam Mamer Thokgor, Rumbek, South Sudan
  37. My stepdaughter academic excellence call for support of girl child education – By Dr Isaac Ayii Ayii (PhD), Juba, South Sudan
  38. The Exacerbation of the Hyperinflation is an opportunity for Peace in South Sudan – By Ocholamero Otir Bure OROTO, Queensland, Australia
  39. Economic stabilization: How to get rid of black market in South Sudan (Part 1-2) and Thoughts on “Solutions to Economic Crisis” (Part 1-2) By Baak Chan Yak Deng, Juba South Sudan

Ethnicity & National Integration: Top Best Articles and News Analysis on Ethnicity and National Identity for the Year 2017

  1. The Vision for the New Year 2017: Let’s Construct Our New National Identity – By Thiik Mou Giir, Melbourne, Australia
  2. Identifying the Patriot: How Do We Know that Someone Loves South Sudan? – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  3. Response to Uncle Bona Malwal recent press statement on Abyei in Khartoum – By Hon Arop Madut Arop, Nairobi, Kenya
  4. Why South Sudanese are becoming the example of political garbage in East Africa – By Tito Awen Bol, Nairobi, Kenya
  5. Let’s arise in unity and harmony to support the National Day of Prayers – By Daniel Machar Dhieu, Juba, South Sudan
  6. Ethnic Nationality: Could this be a Misleading Concept in South Sudan? – By Deng’Kur Mading, Juba, South Sudan
  7. The current implications of the two competing theories about the Nuer People – By Dr. Simon Wuor Gai, Nebraska, USA
  8. Of religious state vs secularism: The Case of Dr. John Garang and Dr. Hassan al-Turabi – By Dr. Costello Garang Ring Lual, Germany
  9. Mama Rebecca Nyandeng and the controversy over Jesh-Amer – – By Eligo Dak Buoth, Nairobi, Kenya
  10. South Sudan: Tribalism has landed on Democracy – By Majok Arol Dhieu, Rumbek, South Sudan
  11. Yar Majak Arol Kachuol: A Great Role Model for Young South Sudanese Ladies – By David Deng Chapath, Kampala, Uganda
  12. Nationalism in uncomfortable circumstances in South Sudan – By Dut Kuot Akok, Juba, South Sudan
  13. Junubeen: Stop spreading dangerous and malicious rumours in South Sudan – By Pal Chol Nyan, Juba, South Sudan
  14. Mission Impossible: Modernizing South Sudan vs. Building Ramciel City – By David Mayen Ayarbior, Juba, South Sudan
  15. Let’s avoid viewing South Sudan from the lens of the 1st world countries like USA – By Kon Joseph Leek, Juba, South Sudan
  16. South Sudan is not Arab country to be a Member of the Arab League – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  17. LOCKED IN THIS ROOM, WE ARE NOT FULLY FREE (Part 1-2) – By Thiik Mou Giir, Melbourne, Australia
  18. President Kiir: The unity of the country is not determined by the number of states it has – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  19. John Kudusay: The King of prophecy in South Sudanese local music industry – By Emmanuel Ariech Deng, Juba, South Sudan
  20. 18th of August: Commemorating the 62nd Anniversary of the Torit Uprising in 1955 – By Hon Arop Madut Arop, Nairobi, Kenya
  21. South Sudan at Critical Tribal and National Identity Juncture, Part 1-3 – By Philip Thon Aleu, Juba, South Sudan
  22. Urbanization! What do we have in South Sudan, (Modern) villages or Modern Cities? – By Makwei Achol Thiong, Hunan University, China
  23. Bor Dinka community: Thinking carelessly in a time of political betrayal and upheaval – By Makneth Aciek, Kigali, Rwanda
  24. The ARCSS is not Dr. Riek Machar and Dr. Riek Machar is not the ARCSS –  By Deng Gai Gatluak, Juba, South Sudan
  25. South Sudan, the nation where communal and tribal violence reign – By Longar Mathiec Wol, Nairobi, Kenya
  26. Political Paranoid in the Republic of South Sudan – By Thon Madol Mathok, Kampala, Uganda
  27. Adau Abraham Jongroor: The Daughter of a Hero Lives in Desolation – By Wenne Madyt Dengs, Bor, Jonglei state
  28. The Jäng (Dinka) and Näädh (Nuer) are the biggest problem in South Sudan – By Aleu-Mabil, Malaysia
  29. The Meaning of the mysterious cross-shaped grass at Juba Teaching Hospital – By Manyang David Mayar, Juba, South Sudan
  30. What makes Bona Malwal more South Sudanese than Abyei people? – By Bravo Delta, Juba, South Sudan
  31. South Sudan: Don’t Tribalize Everything – By Nhial Bol Aken, Juba, South Sudan
  32. Dear Acuil Malith: The “WUT IDEOLOGY” would lead to 200 States in South Sudan – By Dr. Costello Garang Ring, Berlin, Germany
  33. Dear Dr. Costello Garang: What you demonizes as “Tribal Federalism” is our objective reality – By Acuil Malith Banggol, Juba, South Sudan
  34. Impose Local sanctions on Murle for their criminal acts on Anyuak, Dinka and  Nuer – By Hon. Barnaba Okony Gilo, Juba, South Sudan
  35. Reunion of the two Sudans: A desperate call from unpatriotic South Sudanese – By Deu Lueth Ader, Changchun City, China
  36. Why Tribalism and Nepotism are Prevalent in South Sudan – By Daniel Deng Mario, South Sudan
  37. South Sudan: Cultural heritages are not evils but source of wealth – By Garang Aleu Abraham, Juba, South Sudan
  38. Education, the cornerstone of democratic society, produces informed citizens – By Ustaz Abraham Mabior Rioc, Juba, South Sudan
  39. Wal Duany: Neither Palaces nor Prisons: The Constitution of Order among the Nuer – a PhD dissertation by Dr. Michael Wal Duany, Indiana University, USA

Letters & Speeches: Top Best Speeches, Press Statements and Letters for the Year 2017

  1.  President Salva Kiir’s speech on the 6th anniversary of South Sudan independence – By President Salva Kiir
  2. Open Letter to UN Security Council: IGAD Leaders behind Riek Machar’s Detention – By Eligo Dak Buoth, Nairobi, Kenya
  3. Report of the Pre-Forum Consultations on the High-Level Revitalization Forum (HLRF) – by IGAD Secretariat
  4. Government Response/Critique of the Report of the Pre-Forum Consultations on the High-Level Revitalization Forum (HLRF) – by the Government of South Sudan
  5. Nuer Generals: We are not weak but we have our internal enemy in Riek Machar – By Akube Ndoromo and Biel Rambang
  6. Ambassador Nikki Haley: Remarks at a UN Security Council Briefing on UNMISS – by Ambassador Nikki Haley, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations
  7. Re: Your Excellency – Letter of Petition to President Kiir for the Release of My Brother, Agou John Wuoi, from Juba Prison  – By Elizabeth Yom John Wuoi, Toronto, Canada
  8. An Open Letter to the Nation of South Sudan – By Awuol Gabriel Arok, Juba, South Sudan
  9. Open Letter to AU and IGAD: Festus Mogae Should Be Relieved and JMEC disbanded – By Eligo Dak Buoth, Nairobi, Kenya
  10. R.I.P Comrade Kawac Makwei Mayaar, of Jamus Battalion, SPLM/SPLA – By Pal Chol Nyan, Juba, South Sudan
  11. Clarification: President Kiir is not Regretting the Independence of South Sudan – Press Statement from the Office of the President
  12. The Position Statement of Greater Mading Aweil Diaspora Communities on the Sacking of Gen. Paul Malong Awan – The Position Statement of Greater Mading Aweil Diaspora Communities, USA, Canada & Australia on the Sacking of General Paul Malong Awan
  13. A Congratulatory Message to Makwei Mabioor Deng and Amer Mayen Dhieu – By Awuol Gabriel Arok, Juba, South Sudan
  14. President Salva Kiir: Please intervene and create Aweil West State separate from Raja – Press statement from Aweil Youth in the Diaspora
  15. Appeal by Gen. Paul Malong’s wife: Release my husband to seek medical attention – By Lucy Ayak Malek, Nairobi, Kenya
  16. Open letter to Mr. Ateny Wek Ateny, President Salva Kiir’s Press Secretary – By Sunday de John, New Delhi, India
  17. From Cairo to Entebbe: Will this be the final round of the SPLM Re-unification process? – Joint Press Statement from the Gov’t and G-10
  18. Diocese of Duk: Statement on the massacre of 51 innocent civilians in Duk Payuel – By the ECS Diocese of Duk
  19. SSHURSA: Commemorating the 5th Anniversary of the killing of Isaiah Abraham – By Biel Boutros Biel, Executive Director,  The South Sudan Human Rights Society for Advocacy(SSHURSA)
  20. Government Refuses Gen. Paul Malong’s Request to Relocate to the UNMISS PoC – Press statement from Gen. Malong Awan, 8 November 2017
  21. An open letter to the First Vice President, Gen. Taban Deng Gai – By Deng Mayik Atem, Arizona, USA
  22. The Bari Elders and Intellectuals are misleading Gen. Thomas Cirilo, says the SPLM-IO – Press Statement from the SPLM-IO in Equatoria region
  23. Nation Security blocks four news websites as gov’t crackdown on independent media – PaanLuel Wël website, along with Sudan Tribune, Radio Tamazuj and Nyamilepedia, has been blocked in South Sudan by the national security
  24. An Open Letter to Rev. James Tor Monybuny, Governor of Central Upper Nile State – By Aguer Deng, Juba, South Sudan
  25. Apuk Dinka youth calls upon President Kiir to fire Gov. Gregory Deng of Gogrial state – An Open letter to H.E General Salva Kiir Mayardit President, Republic of South Sudan Juba
  26. Congrats to Dr. James Wani Igga: PhD in Business Administration, Philippines – By PaanLuel Wel, Juba, South Sudan
  27. For the National Dialogue to succeed Mr. President, first reconcile with your TRUE SPLM members and disassociate yourself from Khartoumers and Returnees – By Ustaz. Morris Mabior Awikjokdit, Juba, South Sudan
  28. Deng Dau Deng Malek: The Call for two states in Jonglei State – SBS Dinka Radio
  29. JMEC: The “devastating” gender-based violence in South Sudan is deplorable
  30. JMEC: An inclusive national dialogue is a gateway to peaceful co-existence among warring communities
  31. Bor County Report: Trails of death, atrocities and destruction by the Murle, 2005-2012
  32. President Kiir’s speech at the opening of the national assembly, 21 February 2017
  33. Thomas Cirilo, Duop Lam and Khalid Loki: Spate of resignations from Juba
  34. The Burial Ceremony of Gen. Tahir Bior Lueth Ajak, of SPLA Neiran Battalion, Mour-Mour
  35. Kenya police should investigate the disappearance of Dong Luak and Aggrey Idri

Reports & Documentaries: Top Best Documentaries and Reports on South Sudan for the Year 2017

  1. John Garang’s 1987 Heritage Interview with Arop Madut – By Hon Arop Madut Arop, Khartoum, Sudan
  2. Who are the People called Atuot and where did they come from?  – By Ater Yuot Riak (PhD), Juba, South Sudan
  3. HSBA Report: The long, traumatic Flight of Dr. Riek Machar from Juba to the DRC Congo – Spreading fallout; The collapse of the ARCSS and new conflict along the Equatorias-DRC border
  4. Chiefs’ Massacre: The 50th Commemoration of the killing of Chief Athiu Madol Anyar – By Peter Wal Athiu Madol Anyar, Kampala, Uganda
  5. How South Sudanese Ruling Elites bankrupted the “Young” Nation: Leaked audit report by the UK Guardian newspaper shows how family and friends of top government officials benefited from letters of credit scam.
  6. John Garang’s Last Speech Marking the 22nd Anniversary of May 16th, 2005 – By Dr. John Garang, Rumbek, South Sudan
  7. Eulogy to our Father: Tribute to the Glorious Life of Ustaz. Donato Deng Mayen Amet – By David Mayen Ayarbior, Juba, South Sudan
  8. Commemorating the 10th Anniversary: Who Killed Dr. John Garang de Mabioor? – By PaanLuel Wël, Juba, South Sudan
  9. Glimpse of History: Maker Jool Deng was not the only Martyr of May 16th Bor Uprising – By David Aoloch Bion, Bor, Jonglei state
  10. John Garang and the May 16th Bor Uprising – By PaanLuel Wël, Juba, South Sudan
  11. Remembering the Launching of the SPLM/A Liberation Struggle, 1983 – 2005 – By Thiik Mou Giir, Melbourne, Australia
  12. Happy Birth Day South Sudan: Reflections on the Independence of South Sudan – By Hon. Arop Madut-Arop, Nairobi, Kenya
  13. Salva Kiir Mayardit: The Joshua of South Sudan – By PaanLuel Wël & Simon Yel Yel, Juba, South Sudan
  14. Tribute to the late former chief Justice John Wol Makech, the first chief justice of the Republic of South Sudan – By Bol Madut Ayii, Juba, South Sudan
  15. Peace through Development: Possible Approaches for Sustainable Peace in the Triangle of Violence Area of Greater Pibor, Akobo and Bor – By Hon. Atem Garang D. Dekuek, Juba, SOUTH SUDAN
  16. In loving memory of my fellow lost boys that we lost on our journey to Ethiopia (Part 1-2) – By Garang Yong Deng (Alberta, Canada) and By Deng Diar Diing (Mombasa, Kenya)
  17. REVISITING THE MEANING OF THE ANYA-NYA MOVEMENT – By Mangar Amerdid, Juba, South Sudan
  18. Gender Equality: A Case Study of Women’s Right to Equal Participation with Men in Public Life in South Sudan   – By Paul Baak Anyaar, Juba, South Sudan
  19. The Forgotten Martyrs of the 1967 Massacre of the Greater Bor Dinka chiefs in Jonglei – By Eng. Jacob Manyuon Deng, Juba, South Sudan
  20. Tributes and Appreciation to Diktoor Lueth: Remembering Dr. Lueth Garang Kuany – By Atem Yaak Atem, Australia
  21. Bush Chronicle with Gen. Anthony Bol Madut – By Okello Peter, Juba, South Sudan
  22. A Right to Reply: Dr. Jok Nepotism Charge on Late Gen. Ruben Mac Buot is a Diabolic Lie!! – By Ajak Deng Ajak (Australia), Lual Maker Lual (Canada), and Alier Mach Deng (USA)
  23. Reflections on the Mythological Aspects of the Sentry Corruption Report – By Madit Them Arop, Juba, South Sudan
  24. 34th anniversary of May 16th: Reflection on the contributors through the 34 years of our liberation struggle – By Kur Garang Deng, Nairobi, Kenya
  25. President Kiir’s remarks concerning the removal of Gen. Paul Malong Awan – President Salva Kiir Mayardit briefed the public on the Removal of General Paul Malong Awan from his Position as Chief of General Staff of the SPLA
  26. Report from Panel of Experts on South Sudan to UN Security Council, April 2017 – By Panel of Experts on South Sudan
  27. Faith McDonnell: Looking for the Real Bastards in the Republic of South Sudan – By FAITH J. H. MCDONNELL, Washington DC, USA
  28. What is the legal basis and validity for the UK to declare Genocide in South Sudan? – By Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda
  29. Letter from Congress to the White House: 12 American Senators urges President Trump to take a leading role on South Sudan Crisis
  30. Ramciel as the Capital of South Sudan: The Importance of Aliab Community Inclusion – Written by Jok de Ajak Akech and Garang Aguto Gong, Nebraska, USA
  31. THERE IS NO MAN’S LAND IN SOUTH SUDAN: A CASE FOR RAMCIEL CITY – By Bëc George Anyak, Glasgow, UK
  32. Donald Booth: “U.S. Special Envoy Speaks on Sudan and South Sudan” – Special Envoy Donald Booth at the U.S. Institute of Peace, Wednesday, January 18, 2017
  33. JMEC wants UNSC to hasten deployment of Regional Protection Force to Juba – JMEC chairman H.E Festus Mogae
  34. Human Rights’ Report on the July 2016 Fighting in Juba, South Sudan
  35. Gov’t of South Sudan: Official report of the Investigation Committee on Terrain Hotel

Most Prolific Writers: The Most Prolific Opinion Writers and Political Analyst for the Year 2017 on PaanLuel Wël: South Sudanese bloggers (SSB) website

  1. Daniel Juol Nhomngek (46 articles)
  2. David Matiop Gai (33 articles)
  3. David Deng Chapath (29 articles)
  4. Awuol Gabriel Arok (28 articles)
  5. Mach Samuel Peter (21 articles)
  6. Longar Mathiec Wol (18 articles)
  7. Pal Chol Nyan (17 articles)
  8. Martin Ariel Majak (16 articles)
  9. Thiik Mou Giir (15 articles)
  10. Kur Wël Kur (14 articles)
  11. Tong Kot Kuocnin (13 articles)
  12. Emmanuel Ariech Deng (12 articles)
  13. Hon. Arop Madut Arop (12 articles)
  14. Wenne Madyt Dengs (10 articles)
  15. Adol Akuei (10 articles)
  16. Riak Marial Riak (10 articles)
  17. Kon Joseph Leek (9 articles)
  18. Baak Chan Yak Deng (9 articles)
  19. PaanLuel Wël (9 articles)
  20. Sunday de John (8 articles)
  21. Lucy Ayak Malek (8 articles)
  22. Eligo Dak Buoth (7 articles)
  23. Junior William Deng (7 articles)
  24. Nhial Bol Aken (7 articles)
  25. G. Naih Peter (6 poems)
  26. Okello Peter (6 articles)
  27. Thon Atem Ayiei (6 articles)
  28. Dut Kuot Akok (6 articles)
  29. Philip Thon Aleu (6 articles)
  30. Acuil Malith Banggol (6 articles)
  31. Zack Mayul (6 articles)
  32. Yom Mayen Awan (5 articles)
  33. Mading Abraham Majur (5 articles)
  34. Deng Kur Deng (5 articles)
  35. Mabil Manyok Nhial (5 articles)
  36. Madhieu Thiep Madhieu (5 articles)
  37. Kuol K. Alberto (5 articles)
  38. Deng Kiir Akok (5 articles)
  39. Kuach Loch Garang Deng (5 articles)
  40. Tito Awen Bol (5 articles)
  41. Majok Arol Dhieu (5 articles)
  42. Santino Aniek (4 articles)
  43. Thon Madol Mathok (4 articles)
  44. Reuben G. Panchol (4 articles)
  45. Ustaz Abraham Mabior Rioc (4 articles)
  46. Mayak Deng Aruei (4 articles)
  47. Deng Diar Diing (4 articles)
  48. Kocrup Makuach Aleu (4 article)
  49. Daniel Machar Dhieu (4 articles)
  50. Biel Boutros Biel (4 articles)
  51. Malith Alier Jok (4 articles)
  52. Dr. Isaac Ayii Ayii (4 articles)
  53. David Mayen Ayarbior (4 articles)
  54. Bol Madut Ayii (4 articles)
  55. Samuel Reech Mayen (4 articles)
  56. Mabior Atem Kuir (3 articles)
  57. Elbow Chuol (3 articles)
  58. Wol Deng Atak (3 articles)
  59. Daniel Deng Mario (3 articles)
  60. Ariik Atekdit Mawien (3 articles)
  61. Atem Yaak Atem (3 articles)
  62. Mabior Atem Kuir (3 articles)
  63. Simon Yel Yel (3 articles)
  64. John Achiek de Mabior (3 articles)
  65. Dr. Costello Garang Ring (3 articles)
  66. Deng Mayik Atem (3 articles)
  67. Wol Deng Akech (3 articles)
  68. Joseph G. Akech (3 article)
  69. Molana Arop Malook Lual (3 articles)
  70. Jongkuch Jo Jongkuch (3 articles)
  71. Madol Madol Aguer (3 articles)
  72. Amer Mayen Dhieu (3 articles)
  73. William Abur (3 articles)
  74. Makeer Kuol Koriom (3 articles)
  75. Hon. Taban Abel Aguek (3 articles)
  76. Ustaz John Garang Ayii Riak (3 articles)
  77. Gabriel Kucdit Kachuol (3 articles)
  78. Ajang Barach-Magar (3 articles)
  79. Apioth Mayom Apioth (2 articles)
  80. Ocholamero Otir Bure OROTO (2 articles)
  81. Mading Gum (2 articles)
  82. Roger Alfred Yoron Modi (2 articles)
  83. Makneth Aciek (2 articles)
  84.  Deng Gai Gatluak (2 articles)
  85. Ajang Alaak Atem (2 articles)
  86. Noble Leek Goi (2 articles)
  87. Peter Makuach Manyuat (2 articles)
  88. Dut Agostino Agei (2 articles)
  89. Manyuon Dhieu Chol (2 articles)
  90. Simon Deng Kuol Deng (2 articles)
  91. Garang Abraham Malak (2 articles)
  92. Matai Manuoi Muon (2 articles)
  93. Puorich Marial Daljang (2 articles)
  94. Garang Atem Ayiik (2 articles)
  95. Khurthii Manyuat (2 articles)
  96. Kharubino Kiir Garang (2 articles)
  97. Malual Jangdit Garang (2 articles)
  98. Wantonly Taara (2 poems)
  99. Arol Dut Jok (2 article)
  100. Gum Thany Mon (2 article)
  101. Atem Garang D. Dekuek (1 article)
  102. John Akeen Akol (1 article)
  103. Luka Manyang Kuol (1 article)
  104. Garang Aleu Abraham (1 article)
  105. Madit Them Arop (1 article)
  106. Ayuel Madut Chan (1 article)
  107. Deng de Monychol Lueth (1 article)
  108. Mawien Marko (1 article)
  109. Anyar Johnson Deng (1 article)
  110. Arok Deng Mabior (1 article)
  111. Achier Manyuat John (1 article)
  112. James Thiam Lual (1 article)
  113. Chuor Deng Chuor (1 article)
  114. Emmanuel Malual Makuach (1 article)
  115. Ms. Anon Muoryuin Kuch (1 article)
  116. Dr. Philip Anyak (1 article)
  117. Duom Peter (1 article)
  118. Chol Luka Awan (1 article)
  119. Ngueny Bior (1 article)
  120. Deng Akech Deng (1 article)
  121. Bul Deng Yol (1 article)
  122. Kur John Aleu (1 article)
  123. Simon Manut Chan (1 article)
  124. Parek Maduot Bol (1 article)
  125. Paulino Deng Bullen (1 article)
  126. Mariak Majok Kuot (1 article)
  127. Majak Kuany Alier (1 article)
  128. Deng Kuer Majok (1 article)
  129. Mathiang Jalap (1 article)
  130. Anyuon-Magedem D’Gomba (1 article)
  131. Akoon Madut Akech (1 article)
  132. Dut Lual Anei (1 article)
  133. Yach Atiop Yach (1 article)
  134. Bol Marol Abouk (1 article)
  135. Constant’s Dc (1 article)
  136. Kachuol Mabil Piok (1 article)
  137. Philip Majak Malow (1 article)
  138. Warille B. Warille (1 article)
  139. Peter Kuot Ngong (1 article)
  140. Michael Chol Tor (1 article)
  141. Ater Garang Ariath (1 article)
  142. Aguer Deng (1 article)
  143. Akuot Aquila Apiu Garang (1 article)
  144. Maliap Madit Mabior (1 article)
  145. Makur Nhial Makeny (1 article)
  146. Michael Koma (1 article)
  147. Tearz Ayuen (1 article)
  148. Deu Lueth Ader (1 article)
  149. Charles Chier Ajou (1 article)
  150. Mayendit Loy (1 article)
  151. Simon Tor Deng (1 article)
  152. Gai Agok Anuol (1 article)
  153. Jack Khamis Taban (1 article)
  154. Aleu-Mabil (1 article)
  155. Kur Garang Deng (1 article)
  156. Isaiah Makuei Mading (1 article)
  157. By Duol Kuey Deng (1 article)
  158. Gai Stephen Mayen (1 article)
  159. Andrew Machar Clement (1 article)
  160. Benjamin Ring (1 article)
  161. Athian Kur Malith (1 article)
  162. Bhol Chol Kucdit (1 article)
  163. John Sunday Martin (1 article)
  164. Deng Atak Ken (1 article)
  165. Reech Malual (1 article)
  166. Malual Garang (1 article)
  167. Abel Amet Amet (1 article)
  168. Agou Anyieth Kur (1 article)
  169. Deng Akok Muoradid (1 article)
  170. Peter Gai Manyuon (1 article)
  171. Awut Mayom Agok (1 article)
  172. Aweng Mangar-Achol (1 article)
  173. Eng. Jacob Manyuon Deng (1 article)
  174. Deng’Kur Mading (1 article)
  175. Hon. Isaac Tut Machar (1 article)
  176. Adhar A. Chol (1 article)
  177. Makwei Achol Thiong (1 article)
  178. Mawut Ayii Anyieth (1 article)
  179. Deng Duot D’Bior-bar (1 article)
  180. Garang Geng Akot (1 article)
  181. Peter Wal Athiu Madol (1 article)
  182. Dr. James Okuk (1 articles)
  183. Bol Khan Rom (1 article)
  184. Akecam Mamer Thokgor (1 article)
  185. Matiop Alier (1 article)
  186. Atilieu Diing Akol (1 article)
  187. Abraham Majur Mading (1 article)
  188. Manyang David Mayar (1 article)
  189. Bravo Delta (1 article)
  190. Hon. Barnaba Okony Gilo (1 article)
  191. Paul Baak Anyaar (1 article)

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Comments
  1. David Matiop says:

    Waaw, big number of writers on PaanLuel South Sudan compare to last year 2016

    Like

  2. Awuol Gabriel Arok says:

    Great work Paanluel Wel: SSB, Happy New Year to Readers, Writers and Editorial Team of Paanluel Wel.

    Like

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