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Family sues award winning film-maker for the dowry of 260 cows for his four daughters

The renowned South Sudanese filmmaker/ producer behind the award-winning movie Zawaja Gali ‘Marriage is Expensive’ is due to appear before a traditional court after the father of four educated girls is suing him for damages on the return of his investments.

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Prophet Bushiri to lead South Sudan salaries-prayers day

The Malawian Prophet and multi-millionaire tycoon Shepherd Bushiri who is currently in South Sudan to explore investment opportunities in the oil sector, is scheduled to lead the nation in a miracle prayer session on Friday and seek the divine intervention of his close-friend, God the Father of Baby Jesus, to pay some six-months in arrears that the government owes its civil servants.

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South Sudan bans own National Anthem, says was composed by rebels

Authorities in Juba, South Sudan have imposed a ban, effective immediately, on the national anthem of the world’s newest nation, making the singing of it an offence which will be punishable under the country’s treason laws.

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South Sudan anticipates mass exodus of refugees after Twitter 280-character expansion

South Sudan anticipates many more of its population to flee the country as Twitter doubles its character limit, Saakam has learned.

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Suspicious earthquake rocks Juba, King Malong denies responsibility

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Sudan to contribute 800 forces to protect UNMISS’s RPF from SPLA assaults

It has emerged that the United Nations Security Council this week has unanimously approved a resolution to create and rapidly deploy a 1,000-strong elite unit, of which Sudan has agreed to contribute 80%, whose sole purpose will be to protect the other regional forces sent there to protect civilians.

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