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S.Sudanese have no access to clean water since 2005

Author: @er | Published: 20 hours ago

Members of the public say they still do not have access to clean drinking water, since the establishment of the government in South Sudan...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 3 days ago

“How many states should South Sudan have and why?”

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 4 days ago

S.Sudanese female humanitarian scoops prestigious award

Published: 6 days ago

At least 15 killed in Wau dispute

Published: 6 days ago

Pope Francis hopes to visit S.Sudan

Published: 6 days ago

Woman ‘repeatedly’ dumps babies

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“Women’s development here equals S. Sudan development”, US ambassador

The US ambassador to South Sudan says his country will continue to support youth especially women and girls in capacity building....

Police Colonel wants hybrid court established now

The head of a Special Protection Unit at the National Police Service has called for the establishment of a hybrid court for South Sudan....

Peace deal timetable way behind implementation schedule – David Shearer

UNMISS head David Shearer has told the UN Security Council that the timetable set out in the peace agreement is well behind the...

Wau State: Herders rape seven females, says official

An official says seven females were raped in the recent clashes between farmers and herders in Wau State. (more…)

More than 3,000 displaced following Wau herder-farmer dispute

More than 3,000 people have been displaced in Kwajina County, Wau state as a result of Wednesday’s clashes between farmers and cattle...

Govt renews call on Cirilo to rejoin peace deal

The government has renewed its call on the leader of National Salvation Front to rejoin the peace process. (more…)

Japan pledges additional funding to NPTC

The government of Japan has pledged additional 3.2 million dollars in grants for the activities of the pre-transitional period....

Wau State: Two killed in herder-farmer dispute

Two people were reportedly killed in a dispute between cattle keepers and farmers in Wau State last night. (more…)

Women’s bloc appeals to gov’t to reconsider salary cuts

The women’s bloc is appealing to the government to reconsider its decision to cut a day’s salary from each civil servant. (more…)

Torit governor, speaker resolve to reopen parliament

The Torit legislative assembly will be reopened next week after a dispute between the governor and the speaker was resolved by SPLM caucus...

NAS leader turns down IGAD invitation

The leader of National Salvation Front has refused to attend an IGAD meeting scheduled to take place in the Ethiopian Capital, Addis Ababa,...

Angry students in Morocco want scholarships canceled

Some South Sudanese students in Morocco are asking the government to cancel their scholarships over a confusion there. (more…)

Pointing finger at us hurts – say women living with HIV

Some people living with HIV and AIDS in South Sudan say they are suffering discrimination in the society. (more…)

Kiir agrees to include Cirilo, Malong in R-ARCSS

President Salva has agreed to a request to include the holdout groups in the revitalized peace agreement, the South Sudan Minister of...

Ruweng State: At least six killed in separate incidents

The commissioner of Abiem-nhom County in Ruweng State says at least six people were killed and three others injured in a series of attacks...

Kiir peace tour interrupted as Ethiopian PM visits Juba

President Salva Kiir has returned to Juba before completing his planned two-week peace tour to the greater Bahr el-Ghazal region....

“FVP Taban has no powers to dismiss us”, says dissident MP

A member of parliament representing SPLM – IO at Transitional National Legislative Assembly says  First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai,...

Punish teenage mother’s abusers, advocate tells gov’t

An advocate is calling for justice for the abandoned teenage mother. (more…)

Abandoned teenage mother offered job

A 15-year-old mother - who was abandoned by both her parents and the father of her child - has been offered a job by local organization in...

“We do not have enough psychiatrists”- SSPDF spokesperson

The spokesperson of SSPDF says the army is having fewer qualified psychiatrists to provide counselling services to mentally troubled...

President Kiir peace tour appeal: Stick to agreement

President Salva Kiir has called on South Sudanese to embrace the revitalised peace agreement and support parties to implement it....

Torit governor protests against ‘plans’ to overthrow him

The governor of Torit has accused some officials of plotting to over throw him. (more…)

Wrangles within IO-Taban depict lack of vision- political analyst

A political analyst has described as lack of vision for the country the power wrangles within the IO in Transitional Government of National...

Why Lou-Nuer chiefs seek peace with neighbouring Murle

Chief Mabil Gai and Chief Bol Chek don't remember how many violent encounters the Nuer and their neighbouring community of the Murle have...