- published: 17 Mar 2012
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A promotion song for a mobile telecommunication network known as "GEMTEL," This was the first network to be launched in South Sudan followed by VIVACELL. so the Song GEMTEL is composed in three languages that is English, arabic and Dinka dialect. 'cheap, affordable and constant' GEMTEL!!! THE ROOT OF SOUTH SUDAN!!!!
sudatel land line telecom company "thabit"
Thousands of people are struggling to communicate with loved ones at #Yei airstrip, after realizing network presence there.
After a 3-1 win over Djibouti’s telecom , Gor Mahia will now face South Sudan’s Malakia in the quarter finals of the on going Cecafa Kagame cup in Tanzania. Watch KTN Live http://www.ktnkenya.tv/live Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
Thomas Gatkuoth Nyak, Director Ministry of Telecoms & Postal Services, South Sudan. An overview of South Sudan's telecom/ICT industry and the country's rollout plan in this sector to achieve an inclusive, empowered and prosperous ICT-anchored nation in the global information society context.
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LYRICS: See first comment FACT SHEET: Respect & Respond Gender-based violence prevention campaign From Harm To Home | Rescue.org On December 4, 2014, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in South Sudan launched a community-based campaign to promote women’s empowerment and reduce gender-based violence. Titled Respect & Respond: We can end violence against women, the campaign centers on the message that the safety and empowerment of women is achieved by community members coming together to protect and support those that have experienced gender-based violence. The campaign will work with community members and police in Central Equatoria, Western and Northern Bahr El Ghazal, and Lakes States. Campaign concept The concept for Respect & Respond was devised during a social behavior change...
Huawei is charged with forging documents in the name of the South Sudan Minister of Information and Broadcasting in order to convince the Import-Export Bank of China to delay funding of competitor's projects. Well, it looks bad when I write it down, but watch my video, it's really not as serious as it sounds. Subscribe and comment. Cheers!