Insured, South Sudan Seeking Investors

[East African] War-torn South Sudan is hoping to attract investors mainly in the oil sector and revive its battered economy after joining the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI).

[East African] War-torn South Sudan is hoping to attract investors mainly in the oil sector and revive its battered economy after joining the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI).

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Is Another Rebellion Brewing in South Sudan?

[East African] The whereabouts of former South Sudan chief of general staff Gen Paul Malong are unknown, with President Salva Kiir’s regime fearing that he could instigate a new conflict.

[East African] The whereabouts of former South Sudan chief of general staff Gen Paul Malong are unknown, with President Salva Kiir's regime fearing that he could instigate a new conflict.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

South Sudan Says Leaked Malong Audio Tape Is True

[East African] The South Sudanese government has said an audio recording which reportedly revealed that former army chief of staff General Paul Malong Awan had turned rebel is authentic.

[East African] The South Sudanese government has said an audio recording which reportedly revealed that former army chief of staff General Paul Malong Awan had turned rebel is authentic.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Ex-Army Boss Demands Kiir Step Down

[East African] South Sudan’s former chief of general staff General Paul Malong Awan has demanded that President Salva Kiir resigns to save the country from sliding into more political chaos, a South Sudan diplomat said.

[East African] South Sudan's former chief of general staff General Paul Malong Awan has demanded that President Salva Kiir resigns to save the country from sliding into more political chaos, a South Sudan diplomat said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Ramaphosa Outlines Plans for Radical Change – With Assurances

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The African National Congress’s new leader, Cyril Ramaphosa, sketched out a path for the party’s future on Saturday which carefully balanced demands for radical change to address South Africa’s deeply-rooted inequalities with ass…

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The African National Congress's new leader, Cyril Ramaphosa, sketched out a path for the party's future on Saturday which carefully balanced demands for radical change to address South Africa's deeply-rooted inequalities with assurances to investors, business people, farmers and minorities feeling threatened by the change.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan