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Gurtong Trust - Business - Insurance
www.gurtong.net, 8 Dec 2012 [cached]
Contacts: Its headquarters is in Juba Town, Custom Duty Road. Tel: +211922444422, +211956666073, +211912433565, Email: savannainsujuba@yahoo.com and Fax: +211811823829.
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Speed Insurance (SS) Limited Company-a member of Speed Group was incorporated in 2008 as an insurer with headquarters based in Juba, South Sudan.
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Contacts: Head office, CFC Stanbic Bank Building, 1st Floor, Juba town Juba Town, South Sudan, phone: +211955507507, email:insurance@speedgroupss.com and website:www.speedgroupss.com
State Oil Minister Ishaq Adam Gamaa ...
newsfeedresearcher.com, 17 Mar 2012 [cached]
State Oil Minister Ishaq Adam Gamaa insisted Sudan was under no pressure to rush any deal because its economy could still survive without oil, a veiled warning to Juba, which depends on oil revenues for 98 percent of its income.
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President of the Government of Southern Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit, left, with Sudan President Omar al-Bashir in Juba, South Sudan, April 2011. Sudan and South Sudan on Tuesday initialed preliminary agreements on two of three contentious issues left over from their breakup last year.[9] In February South Sudan expelled the Chinese head of Petrodar, a consortium of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and Malaysia's Petronas, on the grounds of "non-cooperation". Juba has warned Chinese companies operating in South Sudan that they face expulsion if they are proven to be complicit with Khartoum in confiscating South Sudan's oil. During his trip to Paris last week, Deng met with business leaders, who he said expressed desire and readiness to explore investment opportunities in South Sudan, including French oil giant Total. In his meeting with Total officials, he urged the oil firm to resume its activities in Jonglei State where it holds a 110,000 square kilometers block with Texas-based Marathon Inc. and the Kuwait Petroleum Co. since 1981.
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All I can say is that the amateurish attempt to mislead the public opinion by dwelling negatively on the recent massacre of innocent civilians in KÃ çmiru, a suburb area around Juba Town and trying to maliciously portray it as a consequence of federal policies only proves the ulterior motives of the those behind the perpetuators.
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Juba -- The Sudanese People's Liberation Army of South Sudan (SPLA) signed an agreement called an action plan with the United Nations today which renewed their commitment to release all children within their ranks.[16]
The summit will be held in the South Sudanese capital Juba in the next two weeks, Sudan's foreign ministry said. The two countries have been at loggerheads over the position of their border, including control of the disputed Abyei territory, and the issue of what transit fees South Sudan pays its northern neighbour to export oil from Port Sudan. South Sudan shut down all its oil fields in January in protest at Khartoum's seizure of crude it said was to make up for unpaid fees.[17] Delegations from Khartoum and Juba sat side by side and initialed accords that commit the two states to work together to settle outstanding border and citizenship issues. The more difficult issue of oil was put aside until after the nationalities and border agreements are formally signed at a meeting of both countries' presidents. It will be President Bashir's first visit to Juba since South Sudan gained independence last July.[9] The latest week-long round of talks between Sudan and South Sudan has ended without any deal on the contentious issues of disputed border areas and oil revenue sharing, mediators said on Tuesday. The two parties did agree that their respective presidents, Omar al-Bashir of Sudan and his southern counterpart Salva Kiir, would meet at a summit to be held in South Sudan's capital Juba "quite soon", lead mediator Thabo Mbeki told reporters, without elaborating on the date.[18] Bashir will travel to South Sudan's capital Juba within the next two weeks, Sudan Foreign Ministry spokesman El-Obeid Morawah said. The two parties did agree that their respective presidents, Omar al-Bashir of Sudan and his southern counterpart Salva Kiir, would meet at a summit to be held in South Sudan's capital Juba "quite soon", lead mediator Thabo Mbeki told reporters, without elaborating on the date.[18] Bashir will travel to South Sudan's capital Juba within the next two weeks, Sudan Foreign Ministry spokesman El-Obeid Morawah said.
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From July 9, 2011: South Sudan raised the flag of its new nation for the first time Saturday, as thousands of South Sudanese citizens and dozens of international dignitaries swarmed the new country capital of Juba to celebrate the country's birth.[20] A visibly excited audience stared in disbelief as Awan handed over the cash to the student community from the greater Bahr el Ghazal region, at a colorful ceremony held in Juba, the South Sudan capital. Speaking at the ceremony to welcome first year students into the institution as well as their counterparts from Khartoum, the governor reiterated the national government's plans to boost education, which he described as the pillar for nation building.[21] The movement has sputtered over the last year, in particular in the wake of South Sudan in July voting to separate from the Sudan government in the north, and a reduction in violence in the Darfur region.
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Khartoum was hoping that Juba would agree to pay the $36 per barrel fee for transporting its oil which would help Sudan whither the impact of the secession.
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WASHINGTON The United States said Tuesday that key powers were delaying a conference on economic support to Sudan due to concerns over persistent violence since last year's independence of South Sudan.[5] The official said that France was one of the first western countries to establish and maintain a presence in Juba well before South Sudan officially became an independent state and opened an embassy on the same day that South Sudan seceded. He said that France provides an more than 110 million Euros a year to support peacekeeping operations and development in the South Sudan.[10] DUBAI, UAE - An Abu Dhabi-based UAE national is helping to set up an airline, Juba Air, in the newly independent African state of South Sudan, Gulf News reports.[32] Juba -- South Sudan Deputy Minister of Foreign Affair and Chinese special representative to the country on Africans affairs yesterday in closed door meeting explored opportunities to mend political bilateral ties.[33] Juba -- A memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been reached between South Sudan's national Ministry of Health and Kenya's Ministry of Medical Services in Juba. Speaking at the signing occasion at the South Sudan Palace Hotel this afternoon, the minister for Health Dr. Michael Milly Hussein said the memorandum of understanding his ministry has signed with its Kenyan counterpart is meant to promote technical cooperation in the areas of training and capacity building among many others. He reiterated the readiness of his government in ensuring that the signed documents are translated into real action in the nearest time possible.[34] Shortly after the meeting, Zhong Jianhua, Chinese government representative told the press that the purpose of the visit to the country was a friendly one to find out what the new country needs from China. "It is a visit to make new friend, to know and ask what we can achieve to do to South Sudan," he said.
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It has met little success.[3] Talks on nationality were stalled after Juba accused Khartoum of failing to address the fate of 35 000 people the South said were being held as "slaves" in Sudan.
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Later this month Juba is hosting an event in order to try and encourage foreign investment.[10]
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Sudan said its ready to show some flexibility and reconsider its demand for $36 per barrel, but it blames Juba for refusing any compromise.
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Thinking that the warning referred to a slow-moving government Antonov plane, Clooney said they failed to hurry.[22] South Sudan's government of Juba does not want to pay a "single penny" because it behaves as if the two sides are one, said Jaz.
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"We hope the mediator will present something acceptable for both sides," said Jaz.[29] Khartoum accuses Juba of continuing to back the insurgents, which South Sudan denies.[3] Juba -- South Sudan said on Sunday that bilateral relations with European countries, particularly France, were "growing well" and that its economic ties were making "positive" ground.
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Hood Katuramu, deputy chairperson of the committee told Parliament on Wednesday they were arrested in Moyo district in former refugee camps that were occupied by Sudanese.[43] Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir is expected to travel to the South Sudanese capital, Juba, soon for a formal signing ceremony.
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Khartoum -- Sudan and South Presidents Omar al-Bashir and Salva Kiir might meet in Addis Ababa not in Juba as it was reported previously, a reliable source told Sudan Tribune in Khartoum.[40]
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Not only does this action plan ensure the Government's commitment that the SPLA will have no children within its ranks, but all armed groups who have accepted amnesty with the Government must also release their children," said SRSG Coomaraswamy during her remarks at the signing ceremony in Juba.
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The rebels accuse the government of provoking the fighting, while Khartoum says the insurgents are trying to spread chaos and overthrow the state with Juba's backing.[35] Former South African President Thabo Mbeki, who is heading the African Union-sponsored talks between Khartoum and Juba, confirmed Bashir's visit.[52] The African Union mediator at the talks, former South African President Tha
Buffalo Commercial Bank
www.buffalocommercialbank.com, 11 Jan 2014 [cached]
Juba Town , Southern Sudan Email: info@buffalocommercialbank.com
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Buffalo Commercial Bank Plc - Banking in south sudan ,juba
www.southern-sudan.com, 16 Dec 2012 [cached]
Promoted by Southern Sudanese, the Buffalo Commercial Bank Plc. (BCB) has started its operations from Juba, the seat and capital of the Government of Southern Sudan after the issuance of Operating License by the Bank of Southern Sudan (BOSS). Branch offices will be opened in all the ten states of the Southern Sudan as well as Khartoum, the Capital of Sudan within two year of its establishment.
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Juba Town , Southern Sudan Email: info@buffalocommercialbank.com
Contact Gurtong
www.gurtong.net, 14 June 2011 [cached]
Juba Raha Compound, Juba Town
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