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South African delegation donate food items to South Sudan


August 11, 2019 (JUBA) – A delegation from South Africa visited South Sudan on Thursday and donated food items for the vulnerable households affected by the civil war in the Africa’s youngest nation.

South Africa’s delegation led by deputy Minister of International Relations, Candith Mashego Dlamini (R) meet South Sudanese official at State House, August 8, 2019 (PPU)

According to the Presidential Press Unit, the team, led by South Africa’s deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Candith Mashego Dlamini met South Sudan’s Minister for the Presidency, Mayiik Ayii Deng at State House.

Among food items donated to South Sudan were 130,000 units each of Sorghum, beans, cooking oil, and salt for 130,000 households.

Last week, an aid agency said severe drought and ongoing violence in East Africa has put 8.7 million people in South Sudan and Somalia at risk of facing severe food insecurity.

South Sudan plunged into civil war in mid-December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused his ex-deputy, Riek Machar, of plotting a coup.

In September 2018, the country’s arch-rivals signed a peace deal to end the civil war that has killed tens of thousands of people and displaced over 3 million.


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  • 11 August 2019 10:43, by jubaone

    How disgusting! Jiengelands have had peace since 2005 and ostensibly should be producing enough beans,sorghum, rice, meat, milk etc. But lazy idiots are so fixed on free food. Its like you have your wife and kids but wants the next neigbhor to feed you and your family. That is jiengeism. These misfits aren’t ashamed and still call themselves responsible people? Losers!

    • 11 August 2019 12:12, by South South


      Last week UN said this: "Last week, an aid agency said severe drought and ongoing violence in East Africa has put 8.7 million people in South Sudan and Somalia at risk of facing severe food insecurity."

      Drought, natural thing is well known around the world of causing food shortage, but our monkeys cannot understand that.

      • 11 August 2019 13:07, by jubaone

        South South
        Jienge bullshit. You tailless baboons 🐵 can’t use the UN report as an excuse to getting free food airdrops. What drought? Since 2005 you have done nothing only fleeing away as "food refugees" and letting your luaks turn into starving fields, hopeless lazy idiots. You are being fed like "giant toddlers" and shitholes cleaned, ya wasaka. Live as refugess faggots.

        • 11 August 2019 15:27, by South South


          Bari people are moving around Juba looking for food, but instead of focusing on lazy Karo, you are pouring your shit words on Dinka tribe. Why is that? Because you are hopeless, monkey and useless person. Don’t talk about length of time Kiir has been president. Kiir will continue ruling South Sudan until when he dies, then another hawk will take it over for another 20 years.keep watchin

          • 11 August 2019 20:43, by jubaone

            South South
            You miserable jienge baboon 🐵, you lazy jienge vagrants move in swarms in search of free nyamnyam. You came to Juba our hometown, we are proud not to go to your filthy jiengelands cuz we would starve. We are your masters and you can learn from us to get civilized. Wearing 3piece suit doesn’t make you civilized yet cuz we could dress baboons as well, ya aryan jienge.

            • 11 August 2019 21:10, by South South


              The only thing I can see coming out from Bari in Juba is shitting on the street like monkeys. Other than that, there is nothing good you can see from Bari. South Sudan is under controlled. (I am laughing)

    • 11 August 2019 14:18, by The Rhino


      Jienge squatters are salivating heavily when hearing donations of free food, worthless!Their abnormal perversion and extreme dependency on free things is beyond human level.Food was the only factor that brought their entire villages to Equatoria.Even though they had everything to produce for themselves, lazy fucking jienges always want it free, disgusting!

      • 11 August 2019 14:23, by The Rhino

        South South,

        The biggest problem in South Sudan today is not drought itself but jienges who heavily consume but never produce, contributing indirectly to even more droughts.Dinka areas are good regions for food production, what have you done there?Nothing!Your bloodsucker Kiir squandered millions of dollars on second-hand tractors intended for agricultural purposes, what have you harvested so....

        • 11 August 2019 14:38, by The Rhino

          South South,

          ..far?Nothing!You have abundance in waters,fish,cattle etc,big enough to feed South Sudan for years, and excess production for export,what are you doing with them?Nothing!You worthless jienges are only out there in Equatorias or refugee camps eating,sleeping and shitting,both your greedy and corrupt ’government officials’ and street beggars,shit!

          • 11 August 2019 15:32, by South South

            The Rhino,

            Karo people never farm in their life. Tell me one singe crop that Karo are good at. All food consume in Juba comes from other areas of South Sudan or from neighbor countries. Come to Juba airport and see with your own eyes. You will see groundnut, sorghum, chicken, milk coming from Aweil. You will see fish coming from Bor and Malakal. Dinkas are feeding lazy Karo people in Juba.

            • 11 August 2019 18:27, by The Rhino

              South South,

              It’s evidently clear that you don’t know KARO’s history or how our Juba itself originated and developed through all thousands,centuries & decades of years.How our ancestors through farming effectively used Supiri’s(River Nile)waters to sustain KARO’s big cluster both in the East-and Westbank of the Nile.You have totally no idea and nothing to say against KARO people when it comes...

              • 11 August 2019 18:33, by The Rhino

                South South,

                ..to farming.While you jienges were still running naked after cows in your kraals,KARO people were busy farming different types of crops for their communities and that with full success.Frankly speaking,it’s our food that kept SPLA alive during the liberation struggle of this country.So shut up!

                • 13 August 2019 18:56, by Anthony

                  jonglei and lakes used to be inhabited by karo people like the small bari, mundari etc. The dinka came, defeated and enslaved the karo. They made them run away like rats. I’ve read in a book by anthropologists that even to thiw day some areas in jonglei have bari names.

                  ugly chimp has nice clothes?😁

              • 11 August 2019 19:24, by South South

                The Rhino,

                Keep your lies away from me. Juba was shit in 1972 until Addis Agreement, then when we came back to Juba in 2005, it was shit again, but we work hard and what you see in Juba today belong to other tribes of South Sudan. If Bari farm, tell us the names of the crops they farm, what a monkey!!!!!

                • 11 August 2019 20:50, by jubaone

                  South South
                  You are a foreigner in Juba. You have never lived i Juba and we shall ensure you NEVER shall settle comfortably anymore. Once we get those worthless cowardly jienge settlers put of Nimule, those in Jube will flee like terrified wild beasts. Just time. All roads in and out of Juba are your fate. You move freely, we bust your jienge shitholes.

                  • 11 August 2019 21:07, by South South


                    Big coward like you know how to release very empty threats, only very empty threats. Shut up, you ran away from Juba like a chicken.

                    • 12 August 2019 09:10, by jubaone

                      South South
                      Then come travel from Juba to Yei, Torit, Maridi or Terekeka if you are a brave jienge or nyor. Dont hide your jienge shithole behind a military convoy. Feel free, mtn.

              • 13 August 2019 18:50, by Anthony

                The slave
                Who gives a shit about karo history? No one. You niggas never developed any civilization or kingdoms but juet lives in primitive small bush clans walking naked. You never developed astronomy,Math,writing system. nothing.Juwt another primitive nilotic tribe.

                Karo tradition of fucking cows.

                Lol charcoal ugly niggas.

    • 12 August 2019 09:32, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      Juba one, what do you these imps can produce except suckling the tees of their cows? With no cultivation, no granary when rain fails to come their cows fail to supply milk and the consequence is clear holding bowls to Jallaba and western world. It should not surprise you brother. They to be shown how a government is handled.

    • 12 August 2019 09:55, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      Jubaone, what do you think these imps can produce except suckling the tees of their cows? With no cultivation, no granary when rain fails to come their cows fail to supply milk and the consequence is clear holding bowls to Jallaba and western world. It should not surprise you brother. They should be shown how a government is handled.

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