17th September 2019
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Gov’t signs mineral exploration deal with U.S & Canadian companies

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 4 hours ago

The government has signed a deal with the U.S and Canada based companies to facilitate satellite imaging of mineral resources in South...

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Thursday, September 12, 2019

6.35 million South Sudanese at risk of hunger

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Kiir, Machar all in agreement

Published: Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Kiir, Machar all in agreement

Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Further occupation disappoints CTSAMVM

Published: Thursday, September 5, 2019

Over 10 dead in Bor barge accident

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Conference calls for release of those under unlawful detention

Delegates to the ND Equatoria Regional Conference are demanding for immediate release of all detainees unlawfully arrested by (more…)

Probe Dr Attipoe’s dismissal – MP

There is a need to investigate into the sacking of the National Revenue Authority boss, a member of the Transitional National Legislative ...

Gok man jailed for talking to VOA

A man in Gok has been arrested for speaking to the media about his brother’s death. (more…)

451 persons missing in 2019 alone – ICRC

Ahead of the International Day of Missing Persons on Friday, ICRC says over 450 South Sudanese went missing this year alone. (more…)

Raja clashes leave 3 dead

A latest fighting between the army and an armed opposition group has reportedly left three soldiers dead in Lol State. (more…)

Pay soldiers, stabilize the country

Offer soldiers basic services in an attempt to reduce criminal activities in the country, a church leader has appealed to the government....

Why newly tarmacked Yei road is a curse to children of Juba

A four-year-old boy died on Monday evening after being knocked down by a speeding car along the newly tarmacked Yei road in Juba....

Kiir’s office acknowledges dismissal of NRA boss amid criticism

The office of the President has confirmed that it is aware of the dismissal of the National Revenue Commission’s boss by the Minister of...

GBV special courts to be established -Chief Justice

The Chief Justice says plans are underway to establish a special court to handle crimes related to Gender-based Violence in the country....

Finance minister fires NRA boss

The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Salvatore Garang Mabiordit has dismissed the Commissioner-General of the National Revenue...

Special anti-poaching courts to be established

Plans are underway to establish special courts to try suspected poachers of wild animals across the country, the Chief Justice has said....

Gov’t, UK launch £70 million aid for girls’ education in S. Sudan

The gov't and the UK have launched the second phase of the Girls’ Education South Sudan program or GESS, worth £70million of aid on...

Lawyers worried about oil spill

A group of lawyers has said it is concerned about the extent of pollution in the oil-producing states. (more…)

Man electrocuted in Juba

An unidentified man has been electrocuted after he reportedly touched a naked wire connected to a kiosk at Gudele Two Taxi Park....

More newborns with defects in Ruweng

The rate of newborns with defects is on the rise in Ruweng State, an MP representing the state at the Council of States has said....

Ministry of health conducts Ebola outbreak preparedness exercise

The ministry of health has conducted simulation exercise on the outbreak of Ebola on Wednesday in Juba, Nimule, and Yei, said a statement...

Ukel freed without charges

The veteran politician and signatory to the new peace accord, Joseph Ukel Ubang, has been released a day after he was arrested by...

Rannerberger indeed hired to smooth Juba-Washington DC relations

An international lobbyist group has confirmed to Eye Radio that the Kiir administration did hire it to smooth relations with the United ...

Presidential jet proposal angers citizens

Some members of the public have rejected the proposal to buy presidential jet, saying it is not worth it given the current economic...

Why MPs should endorse Kiir’s jet purchase proposal

An MP says the national parliament should approve a proposal to buy a presidential jet as a thank-you to President Salva Kiir for offering...

Crown Hotel to be bulldozed in 7 days

Jubek State authorities say they will bulldoze business properties along the May Road near Juba International Airport. (more…)

NRA collects more non-oil revenues

The National Revenue Authority has announced that it collected $5 million and another 1.5 billion pounds in the month of July alone....

NSS detains veteran politician

A signatory to the new peace accord has been reportedly detained by national security service in Wau State. (more…)

Juba-Bahr el Ghazal road works stall

The Juba-Bahr el Ghazal road construction has stalled as Lado County community demands some services before the Chinese company start ...

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