We have come to that time of the year again when we as a nation remember where we are coming from. It is now two years since South Sudan broke away from the greater Sudan in July 2011.
Recent events in the country have left a lot to be desired by citizens and non-citizens in the country. The recent assassination of one of the rising sons of this land, Isaiah Abraham, has left many wondering what has become of the country.
Each one of us needs the assurance that they will go out of their houses and come back safely. Moreover, people need to know that they are safe and secure in their houses and compounds.
A recent report by the World Bank and International Finance Corporation (IFC) paints a rosy picture about doing business in the developing world.
Regina Peter Sursura, 74, is a student in class three! This is rare in Africa and particularly in South Sudan. It sounds strange for an adult above eighteen years of age to sit with children and learn in primary school.