4th March 2021
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Rebellions, soldiers made wild animals leave S Sudan – official

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 9 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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Ugandan truckers threaten strike after Kubi killing

Ugandan cargo transporters are threatening to suspend operations in South Sudan after the killing of a truck driver over the weekend....

Central bank boss defends decision to allocate $3m for Juba electricity supply

The Central Bank has defended its decision to allocate $3million –every month –to the private electricity company to run its...

National, WES gov’ts to renegotiate $2.5billion teak harvesting deal

The national Minister of Environment and the governor of Western Equatoria have resolved to discuss details of the $2.5 billion deal on...

Gov’t urged to establish women enterprise development fund

Women leaders are calling on the national government to establish the Women Enterprise Development Fund as prescribed in the revitalized...

We are ‘tired of’ waiting to be paid – some soldiers

Some soldiers are have called on the government to pay their salaries, citing economic hardships. (more…)

Underfunded agriculture sector worsens food insecurity – official

An official has partly blamed the yearly hunger in the country on the continuous underfunding of the agricultural sector in South Sudan....

1,000 pound bill is not solution to bad economy – economist

An economist has welcomed the introduction of 1000-pound banknote, but warned that it is not a solution to the currency depreciation....

Central bank introduces 1,000 pound note

The Bank of South Sudan on Tuesday launched and introduced 1,000 pound banknote. (more…)

Aweil healthcare workers threaten to down tools over unpaid incentives

Some frontline healthcare workers the Coronavirus isolation center in Northern Bahr El Ghazal are threatening to lay down their tools if...

Juba summons Ugandan company over WES teak deal

The Ministry of Environment has summoned a Uganda-based company that signed a $2.5 billion dollar contract with authorities in Western...

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