Posts Tagged ‘government’

Civilians displaced from Wau by government violence in 2016 subsist on fruit

South Sudan: An ever-deepening cycle of violence

Al Jazeera, 9 July 2016  Thousands of civilians have been forcefully displaced from their homes by government soldiers and militiamen. IN PICTURES /AFRICA On the fifth anniversary of its independence from Khartoum, South Sudan finds itself plunged into an ever-deepening cycle of violence. Despite a peace agreement in August and the formation of a transitional [...]

Richard Nield talks on CNBC about South Sudan budget

South Sudan budget sets unrealistic expectations

CNBC – 25 July 2014 This is an interview I did on South Sudan’s unfathomable war budget for CNBC’s Closing Bell Africa programme.

Algeria frustrates BP asset sales plan

The Algerian government is frustrating the proposed sale of assets in the country by BP to its Russian joint venture partner TNK-BP as it looks into buying the acreage… To view this article in full, please visit FT.com