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Rebellions, soldiers made wild animals leave S Sudan – official

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 10 hours ago

The Minister of Wildlife, Conservation and Tourism has blamed the army and other organized forces for forcing several important animals to...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, March 3, 2021

S Sudan studies Nile Basin Framework Agreement

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Man quits traffic police service for boda-boda taxi

Published: Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Man quits traffic police service for boda-boda taxi

Published: Sunday, February 21, 2021

Sudan sharply devalues currency as it aims for debt relief

Published: Sunday, February 21, 2021

UNSC wants details of S.Sudan’s oil money

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Rebellions, soldiers made wild animals leave S Sudan – official

The Minister of Wildlife, Conservation and Tourism has blamed the army and other organized forces for forcing several important animals to...

S Sudan studies Nile Basin Framework Agreement

The government says it is still studying the Nile Basin Framework Agreement to understand its implications and benefits before agreeing...

Man quits traffic police service for boda-boda taxi

A lieutenant in the Traffic Police says he has abandoned his job for a boda-boda business to provide for his family. (more…)

Sudan sharply devalues currency as it aims for debt relief

Sudan’s central bank sharply devalued the country’s currency on Sunday, announcing a new regime to “unify” official and...

UNSC wants details of S.Sudan’s oil money

The United Nations Security Council has tasked Chinese oil companies in South Sudan to provide details of oil revenues they have...

Resumption of Juba-Rumbek road construction without assessment raises concern

The Shandong Hi-speed company has resumed work on the Juba-Rumbek highway without completing its feasibility study, an official says....

Juba clears its UN membership fee arrears

The government of South Sudan says it has cleared membership fee arrears to the United Nations. (more…)

Shandong asked to ensure tarmac is not washed away again

The minister of Roads and Bridges has told Shandong Hi-Speed to construct 11 bridges and 35 box culverts to prevent Juba-Rumbek...

S Sudan urged to ratify Nile Basin Treaty

An Ethiopian diplomat has urged South Sudan to ratify the Nile Basin Treaty to ensure the country benefits from its share of the Nile...

Kapoeta residents urged to grow own food to end hunger

The governor of Eastern Equatoria State has called upon residents of greater Kapoeta to produce more food to break the cycle of hunger this...

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