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Livelihood project brings new life to thousands in Bussere, WBGS

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Dozens of men and women gather outside what was once the Office of the Administrator in Bussere, in the Western Bahr el Ghazal region of...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Monday, May 10, 2021

More children on the streets of Juba begging

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Monday, May 10, 2021

Construction of airspace, aviation control facilities ongoing

Published: Monday, May 10, 2021

Gov’t inks $1.5bn army housing project deal

Published: Monday, May 10, 2021

S.Sudan sets up 20 MW solar farm near Juba

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S.Sudan acquires two geophysical planes

South Sudan has announced the purchase of two planes that will be used to conduct surveys of oil and other mineral deposits. (more…)

Auditor: Use legal means to recover ‘illegally shared’ community oil revenue

The Auditor-General has recommended the use of legal means to recover money illegally appropriated by the country’s finance bodies to...

New exchange rates mean nothing – economist

An economist has cast doubts over the impact of the South Sudanese Pound gaining against the U.S dollar. (more…)

Auditor’s report: J1, finance ministry, others illicitly acquire community oil shares

A report by the Auditor-General has revealed that communities in oil-producing areas lost over 31 million dollars to the Office of the...

South Supreme Airlines, Equity bank, others illegally benefit from community oil shares

The privately-owned South Supreme Airline is among companies and entities that have illegally benefited from money meant for oil-producing...

Angelo Beda, others undeservedly benefited from oil-producing states shares – report

Communities in oil-producing states have lost more than $5 million to private individuals in just a year, according to the Auditor-General...

Minister accuses oil companies of employment discrimination

The Minister of Petroleum has accused the oil companies of deliberately rejecting applications from the local workforce. (more…)

How women are struggling to raise families in Juba

South Sudan as the youngest country in the world is experiencing economic meltdown in all sectors after the 2013 and 2016 crises, with...

Why malnutrition is alarming in South Sudan

An estimated 7.3 million people, about 60% of South Sudan’s population, are projected to be facing severe acute food insecurity in 2021,...

UN gives cash aid to thousands of poor families in Juba

Nearly 100,000 poor and vulnerable people in Juba start receiving cash payments under South Sudan Safety Net Project, this is according to...

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