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DRA denies Qatar agreed to transfer venue of Darfur peace talks

Sudan Tribune: Last week, the head of the African Union High Implementation Panel (AUHIP), Thabo Mbeki, announced that Sudanese government delegations will hold parallel meetings in Addis Ababa with the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM) on 12 ...

UNAMID denies Darfur process to be transferred to Addis Ababa

Sudan Tribune: On 9 September, the AUHIP chief met with the Qatari deputy prime minister Ahmed bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud in Doha to brief him on the 4 September agreement on national dialogue with the rebel alliance of Sudanese Revolutionary Front. The official Qatari ...

EU welcomes release of Sudan political detainees

Sudan Tribune: September 17, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – The European Union (EU) ambassadors in Khartoum have welcomed the release of the Sudanese Congress Party (SCoP) leader, Ibrahim al-Sheikh, and National Umma Party (NUP) deputy chairman, Meriam al-Mahdi, ...

Sudan Supports GERD Until Completion - Speaker

AllAfrica.com: Sudan has realized the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) would benefit the lower riparian countries and is going to support it until its completion. After discussing with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn on Wednesday in ...

Abiodun Bashua appointed as UNAMID deputy joint special representative

Sudan Tribune: The hybrid mission said in a statement received by Sudan Tribune on Wednesday evening that Bashua, who was born in 1951 in Nigeria, would bring to the position “a wealth of knowledge on the political context and operating environment in Darfur”.

Sudan releases another 8 political opponents

Sudan Tribune: Mbeki further said that the Sudanese president is keen to see all the political, rebel and civil society groups participating in the internal political process in order to settle the armed conflicts in South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Darfur, and to ...

Sudan's national dialogue will not lead to a real change: SLM-MM

September 16, 2014 (JGARTOUM) - The rebel Sudan Liberation Movement/MM (SLM-MM) led by Minni Arku Minnawi, has criticised the government-led national dialogue saying it does not mention the strategic objective of establishing a transitional government. The SLM-MM said in a statement signed by its secretary of information, Abdullah Mursal, and received by Sudan Tribune on Tuesday that the ...

Amid outcry, South Sudan backtracks on threat to expel foreign workers

In aid-dependent South Sudan, politicians have fed on popular anger that jobs from executives to waiters are being filled by outsiders who largely keep the nation running amid a civil war. Authorities have now limited the policy. 

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SOUTH SUDAN BANS FOREIGN WORKERS..

South Sudan bans foreign workers amid aid crisis

BBC News: South Sudan's government has issued an order to non-governmental organisations (NG0s) and private firms to fire certain foreign workers by mid-October. The labour ministry says roles ranging from receptionist to executive director should in future be ...

South Sudan bans foreign workers despite looming famine

Yahoo News: A government statement, published in several newspapers, ordered "all non-governmental organisations, private companies, banks, insurance companies, telecommunication companies, petroleum companies, hotels and lodges working in South Sudan (.

South Sudan Bans Foreign Workers as War-Torn Country is on Verge of Famine

South Sudan has ordered dozens of companies and NGOs to fire their foreign employees and replace them with South Sudanese people.

HOTELS AND LODGES WORKING IN SOUTH..

South Sudan kicks out foreigners

NewsDay: Ngor's circular published in the Citizen's issue of September 13 2014 reads: “All NGOs, private companies in general, banks, insurance companies, petroleum companies, hotels and lodges working in South Sudan are directed to notify all aliens working in ...

South Sudan Announces Ban on Foreign Workers

South Sudan has ordered NGOs and businesses operating in the country to fire foreign workers by mid-October and give their jobs to South Sudanese. In a statement published Tuesday in several newspapers, the government ordered "all non-governmental organisations, private companies, banks, insurance companies, telecommunication companies, petroleum companies, hotels and lodges working in South ...

SUDANESE CONGRESS PARTY..

Opposition party head retains stance on Sudan militias; seven others released

Radio Dabanga: Ibrahim Sheikh, president of the Sudanese Congress Party (SCP), who was released on Monday after having been detained for more than three months, has not changed his opinion about the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces RSF). On Tuesday, seven PCP ...

Sudan frees opposition party leader

News24: Khartoum - Sudan has released an opposition leader who was detained for three months after accusing counter-insurgency paramilitaries of abuses against civilians in the Darfur region, his party said on Tuesday. Sudanese Congress Party chief Ibrahim ...

WORKING IN SOUTH SUDAN..

Kenyans to lose jobs in South Sudan

Thousands of Kenyans working in South Sudan are at risk of losing their jobs following a directive by the South Sudanese Government to prohibit employment of foreigners. The Government has given all private companies including foreign aid agencies and ...

South Sudan bans all foreign workers despite looming famine

JUBA, South Sudan - War-torn South Sudan has banned all foreign workers - including aid workers - and ordered they be replaced by locals, an official notice said on Tuesday. "All non-governmental organisations, private companies, banks, insurance companies, telecommunication companies, petroleum companies, hotels and lodges working in South Sudan are directed to notify all the aliens working ...

TO FIRE FOREIGN WORKERS..

South Sudan Announces Ban on Foreign Workers

Voice of America: JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN—. South Sudan has ordered NGOs and businesses operating in the country to fire foreign workers by mid-October and give their jobs to South Sudanese. In a statement published Tuesday in several newspapers, the government ...

South Sudan instructs NGOs to fire foreign workers, hire locals

JC Finley JUBA, South Sudan, Sept. 17 (UPI) -- All NGOs and private firms operating in South Sudan must employ mostly locals in management roles, South Sudan's government announced this week.

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Police use tear gas to disperse student protests in North Darfur

Sudan Tribune: An official at the education ministry, who requested anonymity for security reasons, warned in a statement to Sudan Tribune that strike could extend to all educational levels in the state, noting that the issue of unpaid salary arrears affect all ...

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