South Sudan


TODO: Beschreibung

What is What

By Valentino Achak Deng What Is the What is the soulful account of my life: from the time I was separated from my family in Marial Bai to the thirteen years I spent in Ethiopian and Kenyan refugee camps, to my encounter with vibrant Western cultures beginning in Atlanta, to the…

Overview

After almost two hundred years under foreign rule, the Republic of South Sudan became independent on July 9th 2011. Until the 19th century, the people of the Republic of South Sudan lived relatively free from outside influences. However this changed in the 1820s, when there were foreign expeditions from the Khedive…

God must be a white man

By Steven Wöndu June 14, 2013 – Africa boasts the dubious distinction of being the least developed continent on earth. This is true whether one is thinking of economic, social or political development. As teenage students in the 1960s and 1970s, we debated the causes of Africa’s stagnation. Two explanations…

About Kiir and South Sudan

by Pan Luel Weel A comprehensive study of our struggle/history might give you a different picture of the man Kiir and the kind of problems he is confronting in RSS. Most likely, it might not be as straight forward as drawing the line in the sand. If President Kiir or/and Riek Machar were to…

Bari Proper

Bari proper is an estimated 70,000 people Nilotic ethnic group, native to the Juba county in Central Equatoria. Similar to some other Southern Sudanese ethnic groups, the cultural identifier as a “Southerner” (in terms of ethnic and linguistic affiliation) can sometimes be difficult for Bari people – both within and…