The military organisation that emerged in this second war, the sudan people liberation army(spla) and its political wing, splm (the sudan people liberation movement) fought for fundamental changes in the structure of the sudanese state towards a more decentralised system of government and equitable power sharing among the four regions of the country: south, north, east and west. The catastrophic consequences of south sudan’s civil war feb 11 other, uncategorized no the civil war in south sudan has had major repercussions on the already struggling economy the social media revolutionary warriors should continue to issue a ringing declaration calling upon the nation to rise and strive for national salvation. Latest: south sudan opposition alliance rejects the entebbe proposal on governance to me it was a power struggle and nothing more let us come to our sense and not to be greedy of positions i think the fight is about raising the dignity of south sudan as a diverse nation of all who live in it irrespective of tribe, race or region.
Today marks the birth of the world's newest nation the republic of south sudan has gained its independence from sudan after decades of bloody civil war, and southern sudanese around the world are celebrating so too are their allies. South sudan has applied to join the commonwealth of nations, considering that south sudan was part of the anglo-egyptian sudan, and has 2 commonwealth republics, kenya and uganda as neighbouring countries. South sudan has a vast potential, with oil reserves and agriculture, which could have a significant impact in the region a peaceful juba is good news, indeed, for the east african community, having become its sixth member.
The modern history of southern sudan is therefore a history of struggle for freedom, equality and justice the struggle was against northern sudan with its notorious arab component that was terrorizing the people of southern sudan the struggle was also against foreign rule and occupation of southern sudan by the turks, mahdists and the british. Africa’s youngest nation, had been billed as a beacon of hope after gaining its independence from sudan in 2011 south sudan has a vast potential, with oil reserves and agriculture, which could.
Read the latest south sudan headlines, on newsnow: the one-stop shop for south sudan news. Today marks the birth of the world's newest nation the republic of south sudan has gained its independence from sudan after decades of bloody civil war, and southern sudanese around the world are. Where is south sudan south sudan is the world's newest nation, in the centre of africa bordered by six countries.
The republic of south sudan is not even five years old, but already 50,000 people have been killed in an ethnically driven civil war.
When she grew older, kier became aware of the south's struggle she joined the southern rebel militia, the sudanese people's liberation army (spla), and became a battlefield medic she spent much of her early life around violence and death. South sudan’s conflict started as a power struggle between the country’s political leaders before slipping into a broader feud between the two biggest ethnic groups, the nuer and the dinka but as it enters its fourth year, this war, africa’s worst, is rapidly sucking in many of the nation’s other ethnic groups, including the azande, the shilluk, the moru, the kakwa and the kuku. The struggle for sovereignty of south sudan was a joint effort by all in their different ways the 9843 per cent of people who voted for south sudan sovereignty in the referendum on 9 january 2011 is evidence of the joint effort. South sudan is a member state of the united nations, the african union, and the common market for eastern and southern africa south sudan plans to join the commonwealth of nations, the east african community, the international monetary fund, and the world bank.