February 17, 2013 (BOR) - Top political figures in South Sudan’s ruling party - the SPLM - have again accused the country’s largest opposition party - the SPLM-DC - of supporting insecurity in collaboration with neighbouring Sudan, from which South Sudan seceded in 2011.
The chairperson of Jonglei state’s land commission, Lual Deng, a member of the SPLM, described the SPLM-DC as an enemy of South Sudan, citing incidents from 2010 when rebel fighters caught by the government claimed they were (...)
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Why SPLM should not be a political party?2014-10-27 08:00:25
By John Adoor Deng
October 27, 2014 - Many people who have the focus in South Sudanese politics, these days have been bombarded with many coined Acronyms around SPLM. Truthfully, it has been a (...)
Hundreds walk for peace in South Sudan2014-09-23 08:30:16
National Platform for Peace and Reconciliation (NPPR)
Juba, 21 September 2014 - Hundreds of people took to the streets of the South Sudan capital Jubato ‘Walk for Peace’and demand (...)