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South Sudan introduces new banknotes

MONEY & CAREERS

South Sudan depends on oil revenue for 98 per cent of its budget

 South Sudan introduces new banknotes

By Xinhua | 3 months ago

Garang’s ‘State House’ in Lavington

Garang’s ‘State House’ in Lavington

Never in his wildest dreams did Henderson Magare imagine he would be playing host to an iconic African leader in a house he had initially intended to be a home for him and his children.

Jeckonia Otieno | 7 years ago

S Sudan fingers still crossed a year after independence

South Sudan marks its first anniversary Monday July 9 against the backdrop of internal strife, economic and social hurdles, and national integration challenges. A year ago, the John Garang Mausoleum – the venue of the independence celebrations – held thousands, whose frenzied celebrations marked a historic moment.

By Lillian Aluanga-Delvaux | 8 years ago

Lamu project a boost to recovering economy

It will soon be possible to link the rich oil fields of South Sudan to Kenya’s Lamu port, providing this landlocked country with a vital route to the sea.

| 9 years ago

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