Monthly Archives: September 2011

When you don’t have a postal service…

…Contact your missing employees by taking out a half page advertisement in the newspaper (Juba Post, 28/09 – 05/10/2011): I mean, I know a postal system is still non-existent in South Sudan (on that note, there is a Ministry of Postal … Continue reading

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On Ghosts and Road Accidents

I have just come back from a wonderful weekend in Nairobi where I indulged in the four S’s: Straight Roads, Steaks, Shopping and Sushi. It was wonderful! But of course, I have spent the last three months without being stuck … Continue reading

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South Sudan Sunsets

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Acquiring my Green Thumb

I am now working on an agriculture project and learning a lot about crops, plants, planting, cropping and all things associated, especially when I am out on field missions. On my last field mission it was the same; walking through … Continue reading

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Other Traffic Hold Ups in South Sudan

Further to my blog on top 3 causes of traffic in South Sudan, I feel I need to add the following two things to my list: 1. Unattended ox-ploughs in the middle of the “road” To solve this one, you … Continue reading

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Things that do not surprise me in Juba anymore

Seeing the following advertisement on Juba’s listserve, Jubalicious: Special Offers on Hummers Dears We have special offer on Hummers H2 & H3 limited edition. I have attached their photos, the Hummers are available in Juba & parked at Stars Center near the … Continue reading

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