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UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Raisedon Zenenga of Zimbabwe as Deputy Special Representative (Political) in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan.

Raisedon Zenenga, Director of the Africa II Division of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO)Raisedon Zenenga, Director of the Africa II Division of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO)

With over 28 years of United Nations, Government and diplomatic service, including more than 10 at the management level in complex peacekeeping operations, Mr. Zenenga has a diverse and substantial background in political processes and mediation, proven skills in managing peacekeeping operations, significant experience in working with Government and other key stakeholders in conflict and post-conflict settings, and 19 years of experience with the Organization in the field and at Headquarters.

Mr. Zenenga has worked for the United Nations in some of the most challenging field missions, including those in Somalia, Liberia, Iraq-Kuwait and Sierra Leone. As a senior manager at United Nations Headquarters for the last 10 years, he supported the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire, among other peace operations. Most recently he was the Director of the Africa Division II, Office of Operations, in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations.

Educated at the University of Zimbabwe, Mr. Zenenga holds degrees in public administration and political science. He also received diplomatic training from the Australian Development Assistance Bureau.

Mr. Zenenga is married and has three children.

http://www.thezimbabwemail.com/zimbabwe/10199-un-secretary-general-appoints-zimbabwean-as-special-representati.html

UN Secretary-General Appoints Zimbabwean as Special Representative to South Sudan
The Zimbabwe Mail
UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Raisedon Zenenga of Zimbabwe as Deputy Special Representative (Political) in the United Nations Mission inSouth Sudan. With over 28 years of United Nations, Government and 

Sudan says taking some South Sudan oil but won’t close pipe
Chicago Tribune
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudan said on Sunday it has started confiscating some oil exports fromSouth Sudan that it believes it is owed to meet unpaid transit fees but will not shut down a pipeline carrying the southern state’s oil. 

Sudan says taking some S.Sudan oil but won’t close pipe
Reuters India
By Ulf Laessing and Khalid Abdelaziz | KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudan on Sunday said it has started confiscating some oil exports from South Sudan it believes it is due to meet unpaid transit fees but will not shut down a pipeline carrying the southern 

Foreign Minister: Support for South Sudan in all fields
Egypt SIS (press release)
Foreign Minister Mohamed Amr confirmed on Saturday 14/1/2012 that South Sudanese President Salva Kiir Mayardit reiterated that he will not take any decisions that could affect Egypt’s quota of Nile water. Minister Amr said that his meeting with the 

From Burma to Haiti to South Sudan and back to America
OpEdNews
The world’s newest country, South Sudan, which has a great deal of wealth and potential is not doing as well as even Burma these days. According to the New York Times, “”Bitter ethnic tensions that had largely been shelved for the sake of achieving 

Just A Few Months Old, S. Sudan Already In Turmoil
NPR
South Sudan gained independence just six months ago, and already ethnic tensions inside the new country have forced tens of thousands to flee their homes. People who escaped ethnic violence in Jonglei state wait for food rations at a World Food Program 

Horror of violence and death devastate South Sudanese
Africasia
Sitting on the edge of the bed beside his nine-year-old daughter recovering from a gunshot wounds, Mangiro recounted how he lost the rest of his family in recent tribal clashes in South Sudan’stroubled state of Jonglei. “This child was carried by her 

South Sudan exerting efforts to increase food production
Sudan Tribune
January 14, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan on Saturday said the government is exerting all efforts to increase food production in what he described as “greenbelt” areas in the fertile but landlocked newly-independent country. Betty Achan Ogwaro, South