Soldiers ‘tax’ UN food trucks

Abraham Agoth | Nov 25th, 2015

Government soldiers working at checkpoints are asking for taxes on humanitarian supplies being delivered to Northern Bahr al-Ghazal State, the UN has said.

Read More

Yei gets new school

Daniel Friday | November 25th, 2015

Staying in Education, a lumbering company, has constructed and handed over a primary school to residents of Yei River County as part of its ‘give back to the community’.

Read More

More News Stories >

Featured Interviews

Kapoeta gets vehicles for combating Guinea worm

Ray Okech | November 25th, 2015

UNICEF has offered the community of greater Kapoeta 20 motorcycles and three vehicles to support efforts to eradicate spread of Guinea worm in the area.

Read More
China responds to worsening food situation

Obaj Shago | November 25th, 2015

The Chinese government has donated $5 million for its emergency response to the worsening food security in South Sudan.

Read More
A chat with ‘peace musician’

Hellen Mangindo | November 23rd, 2015

A South Sudanese singer says he has composed more than eight songs that preach peace among citizens.

Read More

More Interviews >