Peace talks between Sudan’s transitional government and rebel leaders are underway as the protagonists attempt to end the country’s civil wars.
The talks, which are being hosted by South Sudanese President Salva Kiir, kicked off on Monday with several African leaders including Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, Egypt’s Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly and Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni arriving in South Sudan’s capital Juba to attend the opening session, Radio Tamazuj reported.
“I humbly urge, as you begin the peace process to please dialogue, negotiate in good faith, and make necessary compromises for the sake of peace and security to the Sudanese people and our region,” said Kiir.
Concluding and reaching peace in Juba will be a huge boost and indeed encouragement to us as South Sudan heads toward the deadline of establishing a revitalised unity government in November 2019, after unnecessarily wasting five years of senseless war,” he added.
In other news – Somizi congratulates his daughter, Bahumi on her acting role
Somizi Mhlongo is a proud dad to daughter, Bahumi Madisakwane, after she bagged an acting role on a biopic which will illustrate the life and times of one of South Africa’s most celebrated musicians, Lebo Mathosa.
In the story titled, Dream, Bahumi will portray Mathosa in her younger years. Taking to Instagram, Somizi expressed how excited he is and penned down a message to his daughter. Read more