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Republic of South Sudan FInance Minister Hon. Stephen Dheiu Dau speaks to Capitol Intelligence/CI Africa using CI Glass on George Clooney corruption allegation during IMF World Bank Annual meetings in Washington, DC. October 8, 2016
South Sudan ministers of Finance, Petrol and Trade meet with their counterpart in Khartoum and agreed to resume cross-border trade with Sudan. Tut Gatluak the adviser to president Salva Kiir who was the head of the delegation told reporters upon his arrival from Khartoum yesterday 22nd September 2017 that their meeting with the Sudanese in Khartoum was very successful and resolved to immediately resume cross-border trade. The two parties agreed on the exchange of experiences and capacity building and the coming days will witness the flow of goods between the two countries, which will benefit the citizens of the two countries. He further said that they were committed to immediately activate the border trade relations between the two countries.
Taken in Seoul on November 18th 2013, the interview covers the development priorities, plans and progress of the world's newest nation; the Republic of South Sudan. It also look at how the country is working with international partner to ensure development is effective.
South Sudan's presidency says the national dialogue process will begin as soon as the finance ministry releases the necessary funds. This follows President Salva Kiir's pledge, this week, to end the ongoing violence and ethnic tension shaking the country by calling for national dialogue. CCTV's Patrick Oyet reports
Dr. Marial was embarrass during his interview.
Deputy Secretary of State William Burns, USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah, and South Sudan Minister of Finance Kosti Manibe Ngai host a South Sudan Economic Partners Forum at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on April 16, 2013. A text transcript can be found at http://www.state.gov/s/d/2013/207581.htm.
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There is a ray of hope for Ugandan traders in South Sudan who are owed billions of money by the government of the troubled country. This follows a cabinet directive to the ministries of finance and foreign affairs to establish with the government of South Sudan modalities for repatriation of proceeds of Ugandan companies held in commercial banks, and also pursue Government of South Sudan to expeditiously form a joint cooperation commission to arbitrate the pending claims of Ugandans against South Sudan
The hope of Ugandan traders, who lost billions of shillings in the South Sudan war to be compensated, now lies in the hands of a joint verification committee. The committee which is composed of officials from the Ministry of Trade, Finance and foreign Affairs and selected traders, starts work on Thursday next week.
Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the current hyper-inflation in South Sudan as the rate continues to skyrocket. As we reported on last winter, South Sudan will only continue to see an escalated inflation rate as long as central bankers and globalist entities like the IMF continue to intervene, central plan and manipulate the economy. As civil war continues to rage, the government and globalist central bankers continue to ensure they can complete enslave the populace as the populace is forced into dependency due to vast amounts of debt and lack of livable conditions. This is why we spread this information. To keep you informed and warned of inevitable events like this. Please heed the warning and insure yourself for the global financial collapse on o...
South Sudan's on going conflict is severely crippling consumers' purchasing power....Most operations in many parts have come to a halt and businesses are feeling the pinch. The government's move to quell the food crisis by bringing in food trucks from Uganda and subsidizing the items has not had the desired effect Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
South Sudan finance minister Stephen Dhieu said the government is trying to rehabilitate some of the oil facilities damaged by fighting and increase production to around 160,000-180,000 barrels a day this year "I sell the small bottle of cooking oil for 140 SSP. Six months ago, it was 70. The customers complain," said James Deng, an 18-year-old stallholder in Aweil, South Sudan. In this regional market in the country's northwest -- just as at the main Konyokonyo market in the capital Juba, 800 kilometres (500 miles) to the south, and other towns across the country -- prices of essential items have rocketed as a direct consequence of almost uninterrupted civil war since December 2013. The South Sudanese Pound (SSP) has collapsed from 18.5 to the
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South Sudan to Receive New Currency On July 11, newly independent South Sudan vowed to oversee the running of the new state until a full government is appointed. At present the country is functioning under an interim cabinet which consists of ministers from its old partially self-governing administration. They, along with the country's first President Salva Kiir, took the oath of office together and vowed to serve the people of South Sudan. Following the oath of office, Finance minister David Deng Athorbei told a waiting media that the country will be receiving its first consignment of South Sudanese pounds on July 13 from a British printer. David Deng Athorbei - South Sudan Finance Minister "There will be daily flights of cargo planes coming in to Juba and then on the 18th, th...
South Sudan is planning to construct a multimillion-dollar power line in its oil-rich Upper Nile region. The finance minister says the project is aimed at encouraging commercial agriculture and industrialization in the area. CCTV's Patrick Oyet reports.
The government has signed a 50 billion shillings credit agreement with the World Bank to finance rehabilitation of the 601 kilometer road from Lesseru in Eldoret to Nadapal at the Kenya-South Sudan border. The project is expected to be implemented for a period of six years beginning next year transforming the entire Eldoret Juba road section into a development corridor. By Nicholas Nduati.
The latest sacking of the south Sudanese finance minister David Deng Athorbei just days after the first vice president was sacked has led to heightened tension in South Sudan. The question of whether peace will ever return to the world’s youngest nation is imminent. Divergent views point at what might provide a solution to the conflict with some analysts saying that both parties need to step down while others believe that peace can still prevail regardless of their presence. Isabella Tugume analyzes the situation in south Sudan.
South Sudan's government has inaugurated a committee to lead national consultations ahead of the establishment of a Commission for Truth, Reconciliation and Healing. The 21-members have been drawn from the ministries of Justice, Gender, the South Sudan Human Rights Commission and the Peace and Reconciliation Commission. The process encourages citizens to talk about the tragedies that have affected their communities, in order to promote healing and reconciliation. It comes a day after President Salva Kiir declared an urgent need for a national dialogue to end the ongoing violence in South Sudan. Declaring the consultative process open, Vice-President Taban Deng Gai called on all parties to embrace the initiative.
Donors to South Sudan's health sector have challenged the country's government to channel funds to the sector instead of spending all revenue on weapons. Speaking during a health summit in South Sudan's capital Juba, British and Canadian representatives to South Sudan said the country uses a huge portion of its annual budget on the military at the expense of vital sectors such as health and education. On its part, South Sudan said it is facing financial problems but it is committed to increasing health care funding as the situation in the country improves.