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Ugandan Businessman Arrested with 105,000 USD in Nimule

Ugandan Businessman Arrested with 105,000 USD in Nimule

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A Ugandan national is being held by South Sudanese security authorities at the border town of Nimule in Eastern Equatoria State, for carrying 105,000 United States dollars in cash and allegedly operating a money transfer business illegally. “It was five days ago back when a Ugandan working in the field of money changing and mobile money transfer was arrested,” Colonel John Achiek, the immigration chief at Nimule border told reporters on Tuesday. “The money was taken by the economic affairs officers who are working with security, they are the ones now in charge of the case. He is a Ugandan, I don’t know his name but of course, security has taken him. For us, we are just working with the people, they say it is 100,000 dollars, but I don’t know how much money exactly,” he added. Maj...
Unstable dollar Exchange rate making Business Operations Impossible in Juba.

Unstable dollar Exchange rate making Business Operations Impossible in Juba.

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Several small businesses in South Sudan’s capital Juba are closing as fears among traders escalate over depreciation of the local currency, the Pound, several traders in different markets in Juba told Sudans Post this evening. This afternoon, the United States Dollar’s exchange rate against the local currency risen to SSP 830, days after the government announced that it will change the currency in a bid to try to thwart the economic situation in the country. Speaking to Sudans Post in Juba’s custom market this evening, Abdalla Sherif, a Sudanese businessman who owns two shops in both Custom and Jabel, said he has closed down his small businesses until tomorrow. He said some of his colleagues have also done the same because they believes more developments in the dollar/pound chang...
“Increasing level of Defections May Fail Peace Agreement”, South Sudanese

“Increasing level of Defections May Fail Peace Agreement”, South Sudanese

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JUBA – South Sudanese citizens are calling on President Salva Kiir Mayardit and his first deputy, and SPLM-IO leader, Dr. Riek Machar Teny to work hard to end defections among their rank and file expressing fears that the practice may eventually bring down the agreement. Kiir and Machar signed a revitalized version of a 2015 peace agreement in September 2018, but important provisions of that peace deal, such as the security arrangements which provides for reunification of the rival forces, have not been implemented. Since Machar returned to Juba in February this year, defections have increased with senior political leaders loyal to Kiir and Machar switching sides, raising regional and international concerns over the fate of the already fragile peace agreement. Public fears were t...
Museveni Snubs Sudanese Peace deal Ceremony

Museveni Snubs Sudanese Peace deal Ceremony

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JUBA – Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has snubbed the signing of the Sudanese peace agreement and has instead sent his Prime Minister, Sudans Post’s Nancy Abdel Rahman who is at the venue of the signing of the Sudanese peace deal in Juba reports. “Yesterday we were told by the head of the southern mediation team Tut Gatluak that the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will attend the signing ceremony of the peace agreement,” Nancy said. “However, we have just seen the Ugandan Prime Minister instead of President Museveni. Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has just arrived and we are waiting for other regional leaders to arrive at the venue,” she added, saying “the regional leaders are already in Juba.” Regional leaders gather in Juba Several leaders including the presiden...
Museveni, Kenyatta, Abiy, Madbouly, Déby to Attend Signing of Sudanese Peace Deal

Museveni, Kenyatta, Abiy, Madbouly, Déby to Attend Signing of Sudanese Peace Deal

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JUBA – Regional leaders including presidents of Uganda, Kenya and Chad will today Saturday arrive in the South Sudanese capital Juba to attend the signing of the Sudanese peace deal, according to a senior South Sudan government official. A signing ceremony for the signing of a landmark Sudanese peace agreement is being conducted on Saturday to end decades-long devastating conflict. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Tutkew Gatluak, South Sudan Presidential Advisor on Security Affairs and chief mediator of the Sudanese peace talk, said regional leaders are expected to arrive in the country beginning this evening to attend the ceremony. “The Presidents of Kenya, Uganda, Chad and Sudan will attend. The Prime Ministers of Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan will also be in attendance. The Qata...
Sudan to Strike Peace with Rebels after Decades of War

Sudan to Strike Peace with Rebels after Decades of War

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Both sides are due to sign the deal in full on Saturday in Juba, the capital of neighbouring South Sudan. Sudan’s government and rebels are set to sign a landmark peace deal in a bid to end decades of war in which hundreds of thousands have died – an historic achievement if it holds. Ending Sudan’s internal conflicts has been a top priority of the transition government in power since last year’s removal of longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir amid a popular uprising. Both sides are due to sign the deal in full on Saturday in Juba, the capital of neighbouring South Sudan, after putting their initials on the agreement at the end of last month. The location of the ceremony holds great significance – South Sudan’s leaders themselves battled Khartoum as rebels for decades, before esta...
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