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Pay Increase for South Sudan police despite austerity measures underway

Posted: February 27, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan
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South Sudan police given rise despite austerity measures
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Sudan rebels say key area seized
AFP
KHARTOUM — Rebels fighting along Sudan’s disputed border with the breakawaysouth on Monday said they had seized the key area of Taruje, near the southern border, clearing a path for refugees fleeing the fighting. “Taruje is now liberated by SPLM,” 

Sudan rebels say behind attack on Sudanese army
Reuters
South Sudan denies involvement in assault * Khartoum, Juba at odds over oil exports, border disputes By Hereward Holland JUBA, Feb 27 (Reuters) – Rebel groups in Sudan said on Monday they had captured a Sudanese army garrison near the border with 

SPLA Top Generals Asked By Anti-Corruption to Declare Their Assets
AllAfrica.com
Juba — Top generals of the South Sudan army, the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), have been asked by the South Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission (SSACC) to declare their income and assets, in the latest effort to entangle corruption…

South Sudan the Wild West of Africa
Sudan Tribune
By Steve Paterno February 26, 2012 — South Sudan has just made its debut into statehood. However, the country has to start from the scratch, developing from the ashes of devastating decades of war. The country is in a poor state, where basic physical 
Blood donor shortage in South Sudan
Al Jazeera
Doctors in South Sudan say hospital patients are dying because not enough people are giving blood. There’s a shortage of supplies because cultural taboos are stopping donors from coming forward. Al jazeera’s Anna Cavell reports from Juba.
Police officers joining South Sudan peacekeeping mission
Cape Breton Post
Arnold MacKinnon will live and work in South Sudan, following in the footsteps of 24 other local officers who have offered their services to the United Nations program. “It is always an honour to participate in these types of missions,” said Insp.

Cape Breton Post
S. Sudanese rebel group claim ex-coalition partner is agent of Juba
Sudan Tribune
By Toby Collins February 26, 2012 (LONDON) – A South Sudanese rebel group is calling for the capture of the leader of one of their former coalition members; accusing him of operating as an agent of Juba. Sudan Tribune received a series of messages from 
South Sudan Oil Shutdown Hits Local Firms
AllAfrica.com
By Victor Juma, 26 February 2012 Kenyan businesses with operations in South Sudan are losing millions of shillings after the country halted production of oil that brings in most of its revenue. East African Breweries Limited (EABL), KCB, Equity Bank, 

South Sudan police given rise despite austerity measures
Sudan Tribune
February 26, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudanese police authorities on Sunday announced that the government had approved a pay increase, despite the country looking to reign in spending as it adjusts from the loss of oil revenues. A dispute of transit fees 
South Sudan army in full control of Jau after heavy fighting with SAF – official
Sudan Tribune
Feburay 26, 2012 (BENTIU) – The Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA), which is South Sudan’sofficial army has fully captured disputed Jau area on Sunday from the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF), an official in the Unity state told Sudan Tribune.

Rep. Frank Wolf to hold briefing on South Sudan trip; recently visited world’s 
Washington Post
Wolf will hold a news conference Monday afternoon at the Capitol to report on his findings on a recent trip to South Sudan. He visited a refugee camp 20 miles from the border with Sudan, where more than 25000 people are living after fleeing fighting in 

Christians Plan for Biblical Pilgrimage to the Holy Land of Israel
AllAfrica.com
Juba — Christians in South Sudan have initiated a pilgrimage to the Holy Land of Israel in fulfillment of God’s promise in the Bible to the people of the region, senior Church leaders have announced. The spiritual leaders from various Christian 
Sudan: The Rebuttal Press Release Against the Article Entitled ‘Lou Nuer in 
AllAfrica.com
Most of these articles claimed the Lou Nuer community logo and the name of the society but the leadership of the Lou Nuer organizations in diaspora (Canada-USA) and in South Sudan did not authorized those individual Media propagandists that claims 

COLUMN-Sanctions risk rerun of oil’s 2011 flash crash: John Kemp
Economic Times
By John Kemp Soaring oil prices and the loss of exports from South Sudan, Syria and Iran pose awkward questions for investors and policymakers. Last year, a similar surge following the outbreak of the Libyan civil war eventually resulted in the flash 
Messebo Exports 2000ql of Cement to South Sudan
Addis Fortune
Messebo Building Materials Manufacturing SC, one of the subsidiary companies of Endowment Fund for Rehabilitation of Tigray (EFFORT), exported 2000ql of cement toSouth Sudan last week. The export came at a time when prices of cement in the local