Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category


Barely a minute into start, the wrestling match ended inconclusively: Is it a draw or a cancellation?

November 19, 2016 (SSB) — The highly anticipated wrestling match between Gaduate Gongic Achiek Nai from Adol, Kolnyang payam of Bor County and Simba/President Magot Khot Ajak of Abiong (Ajuong), Maar payam of Twic East County,  what Philip Thon Aleu called “half a century wrestling match“, has ended inconclusively, with rival supporters debating whether it was a draw or a cancellation.

Traditionally, a wrestling round is about 3 minutes, but this one was halted about a minute into the match mainly because of some injuries sustained within the 1-minute interval. Graduate Gongic ended up with broken teeth while President Magot had a bleeding head. Possibly, in the heat of the moment, Gongic accidentally hit his teeth at Magot’s head, or conversely, Magot hit his head against Gongic’s teeth. See the clip (from Deng Dinka) above for more details and your own analysis and judgment.

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The 1995 SPLA Offensive on Kapoeta

Posted: October 23, 2016 by PaanLuel Wël in History, Junub Sudan, Videos


Anataban launch in Juba


Dr. John Garang Live from Itang, Ethiopia

Posted: July 15, 2015 by PaanLuel Wël in Speeches, Videos



Majok Majuch: My first time, Heart-breaking, visit to Bortown (Bor County), Panyagor (Twic East County), and Poktap (Duk County) after the Devastation of Dec 15th Crisis


First Interview with Former South Sudan Presidential Adviser and Current ambassador to Russia, Telar Ring Takpiny Deng by Dinka Executive Producer Ajak Deng Chiengkou.

Telar Ring Deng, later South Sudan President Salva Kiir's nominee to become the new justice minister, 21 June 2014

Telar Ring Deng, later South Sudan President Salva Kiir’s nominee to become the new justice minister, 21 June 2014

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http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/dinka/highlight/page/id/383419/t/Long-Interview-with-Telar/in/english

South Sudanese former presidential adviser and now appointed ambassador to Russia Telar Ring Takpiny Deng. Telar discussed more about his role in current leadership and his previous service as a liberator. He also detailed his willingness to serve people of South Sudan in any role regardless of it ranking.

Salva Kiir: ‘I cannot bring peace alone’

Posted: November 2, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël in Featured Articles, Videos



Prospects for Peace in South Sudan

Speakers include:

Awan Guol Riak
Minister for the Presidency, Government of South Sudan

Inspirational Speech from Lupita Nyong’o

Posted: March 4, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël in People, Speeches, Videos

Who is Dr. Riek Machar?

Posted: February 28, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël in Junub Sudan, Videos

SBS Radio Interview with Atem Yaak atem

Posted: February 27, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël in Junub Sudan, Videos

Bɛ̈ny thɛɛr ëë bëër bɛ̈ny akutë ëë lëk ku wël ye kek caal në miirï ëë Junup Thudänic Atëm Yaak Atëm ku jamde kenë SBS Dinka

http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/dinka/highlight/page/id/319756/t/Former-deputy-Minister-of-Information-and-Broadcasting-in-the-Republic-of-South-Sudan-Atem-Yaak-Atem-on-SBS-Dinka/

Atem Yaak Atem


On February 18th, IPI hosted a policy forum that focused on the recent crisis in South Sudan and the ongoing initiatives to bring security and sustainable peace back to the new country.

The event was chaired by IPI Senior Adviser, John L. Hirsch.

Prayer for Her – Shane Romero

Posted: February 24, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël in Socio-Cultural, Videos

Hello,
My name is Shane Romero, and I am a nationally touring spoken word poet from Brooklyn, NY. With spoken word being the foundation of hip hop I was hoping to find my way onto your blog for a feature. My work has been featured on Russell Simmons ALL DEF DIGITAL youtube and Argyleculture clothing website. My video “Prayer For Her” is about a Sudanese girl and her journey to New York City and was done over J. Coles “Losing My Balance” instrumental. I appreciate your time and will leave link to my work at the bottom.
Thanks
Twitter/instagram: @ShaneH_H

South Sudan: Is Peace Possible?

Posted: February 16, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël in Commentary, Junub Sudan, Videos

Thousands have died and hundreds of thousands have been displaced as a result of the political crisis in South Sudan. Armed conflict continues as peace talks between government and opposition begin in Addis Ababa.

Leading South Sudanese civil society institutions came together in Nairobi to sponsor discussion of the current situation, its historical origins and the prospects for a peaceful resolution. The meeting was organised by the Rift Valley Institute’s Nairobi Forum (http://www.riftvalley.net) and supported by the Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa.

Panellists
Jok Madut Jok, Co-founder, Sudd Institute
David Deng, Director of Research, South Sudan Law Society
Priscilla Nyagoah, Advocacy Officer, South Sudan Law Society
Leben Moro, Director of External Relations, University of Juba
Don Bosco Malish, Program Officer, Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa
Rev. James Ninrew, Presbyterian Church of South Sudan
Apuk Ayuel, Task Force on the Engagement of Women


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Please listen to VOA’s Shaka Ssali on the South Sudanese’ Conflict: Coup claim and the negotiations in Addis Ababa

Straight Talk Africa: South Sudan’s Conflict


Listen to Maj. Gen. Marial Chanuong Yol, the Division Commander of President Kiir’s elite Republican Guards of Tiger Battalion where fighting first broke out among the guards on December 15th, 2013.