Weekly Media Economic Digest 20th May - 26th May 2016

published 26 May 2016

S. Sudanese losing Internet as economic woes grind on; Citywide Fuel Shortage Hits South Sudan's Largest Hospital; South Sudan hopes to benefit from East African investments; Sarovar Hotels forays into South Sudan; Feeling the Pinch: Airline Shuts Operations across South Sudan; Mobile telecommunication to resume this week in Fangak; S. Sudan working to boost oil production soon; South Sudan restricts exports of timber, charcoal, fish; Ivory of eight elephants seized at Juba Airport; Lawmakers endorse South Sudan’s EAC membership; Why the need for transparent management of public funds-EU; What the transport ministry plans for a 27 million dollar grant; Sudan petroleum minister reiterates commitment to review South Sudan oil transit fees; Western Lakes state ban illegal tax collection; Gov’t launches action plan for financial accountability; S. Sudan’s university lecturers go on strike over unpaid salaries.

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