26th September 2021
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Port Sudan protests disrupts S. Sudan oil flow

Author: Woja Emmanuel | Published: Saturday, September 25, 2021

South Sudan oil exports through the Port Sudan has reportedly been halted by crisis in Khartoum. (more…)

Author: Woja Emmanuel | Published: Saturday, September 25, 2021

Cabinet approves nearly 290 billion-pounds budget

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Thursday, September 23, 2021

Meet Aluel, the youngest female truck driver in S. Sudan

Published: Thursday, September 23, 2021

Meet Aluel, the youngest female truck driver in S. Sudan

Published: Thursday, September 23, 2021

Juba mayor vows to bulldoze all illegal structures

Published: Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Truckers accuse gov’t of dishonoring deal

Published: Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Gov’t halts Juba-Nimule road repair works

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Gunmen detain 20 traders between Lakes, Jonglei

At least 20 traders from Unity state are being detained by unidentified gunmen in an area between Lakes and Jonglei states, the former...

Truckers reject ‘safe movement on unsafe road’ promise

Commercial truck drivers from the East African region have maintained their decision not to enter South Sudan due to security concerns....

Igga wants corrupt leaders prosecuted

The vice president for Economic Cluster has warned government officials against corruption, saying severe punishment would be taken...

Kenyan drivers promised safe movements on unsafe road

The Kenyan Embassy in South Sudan says it has received security assurances from Juba following the killing of truckers along the...

Kenyan truckers suspend operations over insecurity along Juba-Nimule road

The chairperson of the Kenya Transporters’ Association has advised all its drivers to suspend their movements to South Sudan....

A Saudi investor to build cooking oil manufacturing plant in Juba soon

A Saudi-based company is planning to establish a factory that will be manufacturing cooking oil in South Sudan. (more…)

Gov’t told to punish those not submitting tax collection

A specialist at the UN Development Program has advised the government to act against institutions and individuals who collect revenues...

More devastating rains expected across the country – IGAD warns

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development has warned that South Sudan is likely to experience moderate rainfall over the next week....

Parliament urged to punish leaders who stole nearly $1 billion under 2012/2015 Letters of Credit project

The Auditor-General has asked the parliament to initiate a an action that will lead to prosecution of government officials who stole...

Renk farmers appeal for gov’t fuel to salvage planting season

Farmers in Renk County of Upper Nile State are appealing to the government to intervene to save the agricultural season threatened by lack...

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