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Mingkaman Together: A radio special to ease tension in the community

MINGKAMAN, South Sudan – “It’s not about my tribe, it’s not about my cows,” sings Afro-Jazz musician Mer Ayang. “I’ve got lines, I’ve got dots, I’ve got marks on my face. Darling please don’t you see I’m a South Sudanese.”

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South Sudan: Mingkaman 100 FM Bor bureau – Reporting in the time of cholera

BOR, South Sudan – Rhoda Ateng enters the gate at the Bor state hospital carrying her backpack with a radio recorder and headphones inside. She passes a makeshift cholera treatment centre, situated near the hospital entrance. Peace has returned to

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My Community, My Radio, My Mahad: The story of a Juba IDP settlement

JUBA, South Sudan – “I enjoy doing the radio program because it makes me feel like a journalist. I would like to learn more about journalism,” said 18-year-old Internews trainee, Riak Akech. “There are many things I don’t know. By talking to

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