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CECAFA U15: Match Day 6 Recap

Day 6 CECAFA under-15 championships match was Tanzania vs. South Sudan (6-0) and Rwanda vs. Ethiopia (3-0).

BY NATNAEL YEBIO

Wednesday match day 6 of the CECAFA Under-15 boys challenge cup pitted group B’s Tanzania against South Sudan. In the early proceedings, Tanzania saw much of the ball. It looked clear from early on that South Sudan were going to stick to their defending tactics as they had done in their previous two matches. Continue reading CECAFA U15: Match Day 6 Recap

A Brief History of CIA’s Dirty War in South Sudan

With CIA’s Dirty War in South Sudan winding down, its time to take a brief look at the origins and history of this most secret of Pax Americana crimes in Africa.

BY THOMAS C MOUNTAIN

With the CIA’s Dirty War in South Sudan winding down its time to take a brief but comprehensive look at the origins and history of this most secret of Pax Americana crimes in Africa.

It is in the national interests of the USA to deprive China of access to African energy resources, with the Sudanese oil fields being the only Chinese owned and operated in Africa. It was no coincidence that one of the first targets of the “rebellion” in South Sudan was the Chinese oil fields. It has been US vs China in South Sudan from the start. Continue reading A Brief History of CIA’s Dirty War in South Sudan

The Praxis of ‘Medemer’ in the Horn of Africa

 

Is there anyone better than PM Abiy and President Isaias to teach, preach and demonstrate in practice that it is perfectly possible to have peace and reconciliation among “enemies”? What could South Sudan factions learn from them to get their house in order?

BY PROF. AL MARIAM

Praxis is simply the practical application of theory. In praxis, one is not interested in trying to understand the world in the abstract but to act in the world in order to change it and make it better.

Last week, H.E. Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed was doing whirlwind shuttle diplomacy demonstrating the praxis of his Medemer “theory” to the distressing, tragic and often aggravating politics of the Horn of Africa. Continue reading The Praxis of ‘Medemer’ in the Horn of Africa

Eritrea, Ethiopia Leaders Paid One-Day Visit to South Sudan

BY TESFANEWS

Ethiopia’s PM Abiy Ahmed and his Eritrean counterpart President Isaias Afwerki have departed from Asmara International Airport on Monday morning to Juba, the Republic of South Sudan, for one-day work visit and tripartite summit with President Salva Kiir on regional issues of mutual interest. Continue reading Eritrea, Ethiopia Leaders Paid One-Day Visit to South Sudan

Eritrea, Ethiopia Leaders to Visit South Sudan

“The visit aims at strengthening the relations between South Sudan, Ethiopia and Eritrea.” – South Sudan Information Minister

BY SUDAN TRIBUNE

The Eritrean and Ethiopian leaders are expected on Monday in Juba for talks with President Salva Kiir who had to interrupt a tour in the Greater Bahr el Ghazal region. Continue reading Eritrea, Ethiopia Leaders to Visit South Sudan

UN Says 22.4 million People in the Horn of Africa Severely Food Insecure

UN-OCHA: 700,000 people (Kenya), 1.6 million people (Somalia), 6.1 million people (South Sudan), 7.9 million people (Ethiopia) and 6.2 million people (Sudan) are food insecure.

Horn of Africa Food Insecurity Outlook. According to UN OCHA, 22.4 million people in the Horn of Africa region are food insecure and need food aid.

BY XINHUA

The United Nations Office for Humanitarian Affairs (UN-OCHA) revealed on Wednesday that 22.4 million people in the Horn of Africa region need food aid. Continue reading UN Says 22.4 million People in the Horn of Africa Severely Food Insecure