3 edition of Tribal structure of the Ngok Dinka of southern Kordofan Province found in the catalog.
Tribal structure of the Ngok Dinka of southern Kordofan Province
Mohammed Azim Abu Sabah
by Development Studies and Research Centre, Faculty of Economic & Social Studies, University of Khartoum in [Khartoum]
Written in English
|Statement||by Mohammed Azim Abu Sabah.|
|Series||Working report ;, no. 1, Working report (Jāmiʻat al-Kharṭūm. Development Studies and Research Centre) ;, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Jāmiʻat al-Kharṭūm. Development Studies and Research Centre.|
|LC Classifications||DT155.2.D56 A28 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||81980171|
Kordofan from their traditional villages in the South the Ngok soon competed for grazing grounds with the Baqqara. While under British rule these diverse ethnic groups lived for most of the time in peaceful co-existence. This came to an end once the Condominium ended in Beswick relates that by that time the Ngok Dinka had created their. The Ngok Dinka-Misseriya mutual agreement allowed the Misseriya cattlemen to traverse the Ngok Dinka area annually, beginning from the .
They lived within separate administrative boundaries in colonial days, until , when the British transferred the nine chiefdoms of the Ngok Dinka in Abyei from Bahr el-Ghazal to Kordofan province. Even the Ngok Dinka and the Homr Arabs, who had been a model of peaceful coexistence and cooperation on the North-South border, became pitted in a zero-sum war of identities. For historical reasons the Ngok Dinka, numbering around ,, a segment of the estimated several million Dinka people in the Sudan, are the only Dinka group.
2 In , the Ngok Dinka were transferred to Kordofan province from what was then the southern province of Bahr el Ghazal. There have been numerous changes to the boundaries and composition of these areas over the years. north-to induce the southern, besieged population into the hoax. This is the origin-along with logistics and arms amply supplied by British puppets in the region-of the civil wars in Sudan. The policy was enunciated in a memo, by Angus EIR June 9, I Gillan, governor of Kordofan from to , who stated.
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Tribal intermixtures and interactions between groups of Southern Kordofan and Northern Bahr Al Gazal provinces are wide and old. However, the previous coexistence that dominated one country. Tribal intermixtures and interactions between groups of Southern Kordofan and Northern Bahr Al Gazal provinces are wide and old.
However, the previous coexistence that dominated one country provinces was torn down by calls for secession by the southern region of Sudan. The province of Abyei represents a pocket that tribal groups live : Issam A.W. Mohamed. At the establishment of the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium, the Messiria were predominantly located in the province of Kordofan (considered "northern"), while the Ngok Dinka were located in Bahr el Ghazal (considered "southern").
Inafter continued raids by the Messiria into Ngok Dinka territory, the British redistricted the nine Ngok Dinka Countries: South Sudan, Sudan. of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms transferred from Bahr el Ghazal to Kordofan Province in as defined by the Abyei Arbitration Tribunal Award of July ’ ().
It is worth giving attention to that the Republic of Sudan also constitutionally believes that Abyei is part and parcel of Sudan. In in the list of tribute (tax) paid to Kordofan Province, The Ngok Dinka is included separately from the Arabs. There were separate entries for the Ngok Dinka in Kordofan budget, which also showed the Ngok Dinka paying taxes directly to the Kordofan authority, not through the Humr Nazir.
1The Ngok-Dinka designate the lower sector of Bahr-al-Arab, the Kiir River. The Sudan Government designates the whole river basin area as Bahr-al-Arab. It has become the most recent international waterway between the two Sudans after the separation of South Sudan, in The Ngok-Dinka oral narrative tells that.
In this regard, D. Newbold, Governor of Kordofan Province, wrote the Civil secretary in asking for the establishment of a court for the Ngok Dinka under section 6 of the Native Courts Ordinanceunder the presidency of Kwal Arob, with tribal jurisdiction and with powers of punishment up to one year imprisonment and £E25 or 50 cattle.
a southern province, to Kordofan, then a northern province. 18 Despite the transfer, the Ngok Dinka aligned themselves with the South during Sudan’s successive North-South. Howell had organised his papers into 'tribal' files rather than into a chronological arrangement and it seemed best to retain this where tribal papers are divided into four tribal groupings, Nuer (from Howell's service in Upper Nile Province); Dinka (much of it related to the Ngok Dinka of Kordofan Province but including also papers from Upper Nile Province and Equatoria); the.
Tribal Boundaries and Border Wars: Nuer-Dinka Relations in the Sobat and Zaraf Valleys, ,’ (). Tribal structure of the Ngok Dinka of southern Kordofan Province (Khartoum. the Southern Sudanese provinces of Bahr el Ghazal, Lakes, Jonglei and Upper Nile, with the enclave of the Ngok Dinka extending into the Northern Province of Kordofan.
The Dinka are basically pastoralists, but supplement pastoral pursuits with seasonal cultivation. Cattle are integral to their economic, social and religious life. Baggara of Sudan Marriage Customs and Traditions Adam.
This account of one of the Sudan's remotest provinces, at the end ofprovides the historical context for the early classics of British social anthropology. It contains descriptions of local life by some of the first British officials to become conversant in the languages of the Dinka, Nuer and Shilluk - at a time when Evans-Pritchard's field-work had only just begun.
Kordofan Province ’, in ‘Reports on the Finance, Administration and Condition of the SudanPart IV. Provinces’ (El-Sudan Printing Press, Khartoum, ), p.
fied Dinka inhabitants at the time, but as among all Dinka tribes with whom l am acquainted, genealogies are "unreliable and confused and the origins of the present tribe must remain obscure. 1 Variously spelt Ngok, Ngork. 2 Who first occupied the Zeraf Island, but were later by. South Sudan - The People's Choice - Tom Blass.
An underlying concern, it argued, was the tendency to blame violence either on interference in Southern Sudanese affairs by the Khartoum government, or on ‘tribal hatred’, noting: ‘The “tribal” label is applied to anything from family disputes, clashes within sub-clans of the same tribe, to attacks by criminal gangs or marauding former.
History, part II History, part III. Introduction I. The name Nuba II. Kingdoms on the Nile III. The origins of the Nuba.
Introduction. The Nuba are a group of peoples who share a common geography in Sudan’s Southern Kordofan Province, known as Jibal al-Nuba or Nuba Mountains. The origins of most Nuba peoples are obscure, but there is no doubt that they are Africans.
Kordofan. A young grl of the Duk Faiwil tribe. George Rodger The Nuba are a group of peoples who share a common geography in Sudan’s Southern Kordofan Province, known as Jibal al-Nuba or Nuba Mountains.
Shatt escaped further south where they met the Ngok Dinka and were further driven west [ ]. The Daju escaped [east] and. Beforethe Ngok Dinka fell under the colonial southern administration; Kordofan was in the northern administration.
The tribe’s transfer to Kordofan was primarily intended to better protect its members from raids by other tribes in Kordofan.
THE NGOK DINKA CHIEF KUOL AROP AND THE MISSERIYA SHEIKH NIMR ALI PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE AD. By Hon. Arop Madut-Arop, Nairobi, Kenya. The late Luol Chol, a revolutionary singer of Koryom Division, with John Garang in.
(b) pursuant to Article 2(c) of the Arbitration Agreement, that the boundaries of the area of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms transferred to Kordofan in are as shown on Figure 17 (page ), being the area bounded on the north by the Bahr el-Arab and otherwise by the boundaries of Kordofan as at independence.On 4 May a clash between tribes in Abyei district left at least 20 people dead including up to two UN peacekeepers, an Ngok Dinka tribal chief and 17 members of the Misseriya tribe.
The incident was apparently sparked by the failure of the Ngok Dinka tribe to .Tribal Misseriya in Abyei Misseriya and Dinka Ngoc are the two tribes who have inhibited Abyei, a small province in Southern Kordofan, which is a part of North Sudan and StudentShare Our website is a unique platform where students can share their papers in a .