South Sudan is hopeful it will be able to restart the flow of its oil through its neighbor to the north and former civil war foe Sudan in the first week of April, the country’s Minister of Petroleum and Mining, Stephen Dhieu Dau, said in Juba on 26 March.

He said the producing oil companies in the South were currently in the process of resolving any remaining technical issues that could prevent the country from reclaiming its place among Africa’s key oil exporters. (CONTINUED - 805 WORDS)