With hands on hearts, south Sudanese singers practise a song for their homeland. If the south chooses independence in the on-going, week-long referendum, it will be the new national anthem for potentially the world's youngest country. Students from Juba University in the southern capital were selected after a Sudanese-style X Factor talent show for musicians in front of cheering crowds.
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A popular Sudanese musician Sharhabil Ahmed was forced to deny his death after rumours about his demise went viral in Sudanese societies South Sudan has lost another Ambassador to a yet-to-be-determined illness. The Doctors' Union has advised against reopening of places of worship without instituting safety measures during the coronavirus pandemic Uganda has confirmed its first coronavirus case, the minister health there announced on Sunday. The National Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Commission says it will ensure persons below the age of 18 years are not The Norwegian Refugee Council is calling on all parties to allow humanitarian agencies to safely access people in desperate need of aid L, 6Foot and Asif only? The entertainment industry in Kenya is enjoying its full local consumption.
South Sudan's deputy minister of foreign affairs, Deng Dau Deng, said he and Sudan's foreign minister, Asma Mohamed Abdalla, touched on the disputed, oil-producing region of Abyei during their talks. A Sudanese government delegation and the rebel groups signed a declaration of principles in Juba and agreed to hold peace talks next month. Abdalla said the post-Comprehensive Peace Agreement issues that remain unresolved since South Sudan became independent in will be dealt with in the atmosphere of political cooperation that exists between the two countries. South Sudan's foreign affairs minister, Awut Deng Acuil, said both countries must focus on ensuring peace and stability for their people. The war is no more option for our people.