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Influx of South Sudanese refugees to Uganda drops

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The arrival of South Sudanese refugees into Uganda has drastically reduced over the last three months. According to the statistical data, 112 refugees entered Uganda in October, down from 120 refugees recorded in September, 147 in August and 279 in July. Adjumani District Refugee Desk …

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URA, Japan agency boost South Sudan taxman

AfDB hires Commissioner General to implement tax reforms in war-wrecked nation Kampala, Uganda | IAN KATUSIIME | South Sudan is a young nation beset with many troubles especially the continuous outbreaks of war. But that has not deterred Africa’s newest nation from building its institutions, with the National Revenue Authority being …

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Machar to miss international deadline to return

Juba, South Sudan | AFP | South Sudan rebel chief Riek Machar will miss an international deadline on Saturday to return to the capital to take up the post of vice president, the government said, with his arrival now expected next week. UN chief Ban Ki-moon has urged Machar to …

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South Sudan botches rebel chief Machar’s return

Juba, South Sudan | AFP | Rebel leader Riek Machar’s long-awaited return to the capital of South Sudan was delayed on Monday, his spokesman said, citing “logistical reasons”. “We are committed to the peace agreement, but there have been logistical issues and the first vice president, Riek Machar, will come …

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