By Isaiah Abraham November 14, 2012 — South Sudan like any other country with cash strapped in time will have to fight for survival until things improve. The tie isn’t always entirely about the lack of cash but about limitation of the cash, compounded by management financial indiscipline against little public resources. That is the situation this country is in. We have a huge government at the top with many mouths to feed but with few resources to meet the extravagant government financial (...)
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