South Sudan attempts to strike gold

7 years ago

In South Sudan’s east, a new mining law is slowly coming into effect that could change the war-ravaged new nation’s fortunes and wean the government off a 98% reliance on oil. The country is bracing itself to attract large companies to dig up vast mineral reserves, including in Nanakanak in Eastern Equatoria state, where the gold rush has already struck. Duration: 01:52.


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