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President Salva Kiir last month sent the three media bills; Media Authority, Right to Access of Information and Broadcasting Corporation back to the parliament after his observations of some key areas he felt needed reviews.
Among the observations includes; section 53(2) of the Right to Access of
The law will help in protecting their cultural norms such as marriage, inheritance of properties of deceased and issues to do with debasement cases.
The plan is backed by many Balanda tribesmen as they believe the law would help them refurbish their cultural ways.
The law is also expected to help
US Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, Donald Booth said that a transparent and accountable environment would attract several investors, saying investors fear risking investing in a loosely governed economy.
Booth underscored South Sudan government’s holistic approach – launching an
Nelson Mandela spent the years between 1964 and 1982 in Robben Island prison located offshore from the major South African city of Cape Town. The contrast between Cape Town, one of the world's most beautiful cities and the barrenness of Robben Island could not be more profound.
Last month Makuei issued a verbal order demanding all journalists and media agencies in the country to register with his Ministry.
His call though not explained was viewed as part reforms in the Ministry after being appointed as Minister in August.
However, journalists say the move is aimed at
Kiir was addressing hundreds of both domestic and foreign investors during a two day South Sudan Investment Conference (SSIC) that kicked off from yesterday in Juba.
“South Sudan is ready and open to business,” Kiir told the investors.
Kiir assured the investors of bettering the security sector
The Standard Action Liaison Focus (SALF) conducted a two-day workshop in collaboration with the state government for the stakeholders’ forum on security.
Standard Action Liaison Focus is non-profit making organization formed in the year 2000 to address issues of social security, justice and peace
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