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South Sudan in Focus is a 30-minute weekday English-language broadcast/internet program covering rapidly changing developments in the new nation of South Sudan and the region.

March 2013

March 29, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 29, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 28, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 27, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 26, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 25, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 22, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 22, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 21, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 20, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 20, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 19, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 19, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 18, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 15, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 08, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 07, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 06, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 05, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 05, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 04, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan


March 01, 2013

South Sudan In Focus

30 minutes daily of news and analysis from Sudan

March 2013
March 2013
March 2013

South Sudan in Focus (SSIF) is a 30-minute  English-language broadcast and Internet program covering rapidly changing developments in South Sudan and the East Africa region.

South Sudan in Focus airs at 7:30 pm in Juba (1630 UTC) and can be heard on FM stations throughout South Sudan, on shortwave, and on VOA’s 24-hour channel in Nairobi at 8:30 pm. The program is hosted by John Tanza in Washington D.C., and a network of stringers around South Sudan, and reporters in Washington, D.C., produce the stories that are heard on South Sudan in Focus.

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Contact Us
Email: sudanproject@voanews.com

Telephone: 

To leave a message for the program staff, call +1.202.205.9942.  After you hear the VOA identification, press 97 and then leave your message after the tone. Speak clearly and provide your name and location. We might use your comments in our program!

 
Shortwave Frequencies
9675, 11655, 13800

Affiliate Stations

Liberty  88.7 FM (Juba)
Liberty  90.0 FM (Yei)
Maridi   89.0 FM (Maridi)
Yambio 90.0 FM (Yambio)
V.O.P  97.0 FM (Juba)
Radio Jonglei  95.9 FM (Bor)
Bentiu FM 99.0/ MW 558 Kilohertz
Radio Malakal FM 105 (Malakal)
Radio Wau MW/AM 271 (Wau)
 

 

 

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South Sudan in Focus Videos

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South Sudan Tournament Remembers Basketball Giant Manute Boli
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Charles Lomodong, Karin Zeitvogel
June 29, 2015 9:56 PM
The tournament had a broader message than just basketball: a message that sport can unite the South Sudanese people.

South Sudan Town Hall

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South Sudan Town Hall: The Peace Processi
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May 01, 2015 3:36 AM
What has been the role of the media? What has been the effective involvement of the international community? How should a peace process be conducted? Was it inclusive enough?