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Khalil Merhi likely to make S Sudan a shelter for criminal orgs – report

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 12 hours ago

A new report suggests that South Sudan risks becoming a breeding ground for transnational racketeers and criminal networks after it gave...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 14 hours ago

500 orphans live in dire conditions in Juba

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 18 hours ago

Activist disappointed by failure to reconstitute parliament

Published: 19 hours ago

Bor cemetery gets full

Published: Monday, April 19, 2021

Lakes clashes resume

Published: Monday, April 19, 2021

System fails GBV survivors – analyst

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HIV infection spreads from Equatoria to central states – official

There is high prevalence of new infections in central and northern parts of the country, the South Sudan HIV/AIDS Commission says....

Juba pastor shot at over land dispute

A pastor narrowly escaped death on Thursday morning after gunmen shot at him and his son at the African Inland Church in Juba....

The president travels to South Africa

President Salva Kiir has travelled to South Africa to discuss the status of the revitalized peace agreement. (more…)

Kiir writes ‘letter of disappointment’ to governors

President Salva Kiir has expressed disappointment in some governors and their deputies over the manner in which they are managing state...

Jonglei herders leave Kajo-keji

Cattle herders have reportedly started vacating Kajo-keji area following series of persuasion by the local authorities in Central Equatoria...

National, state parliaments to be reconstituted this week

The order to reconstitute the national and state legislatures will likely be announced this week, the National Transitional Committee has...

Gov’t lifts partial lockdown

The National Taskforce on Coronavirus has lifted the partial lockdown. (more…)

Gov’t commended for offering security to foreign truckers

The East African Business Council has commended the government of South Sudan for providing security escorts to cargo transporters...

Unity, Warrap find ways to avert more ethnic clashes

Local leaders in Unity and Warrap states are discussing ways to curtail cattle-related attacks and revenge killings among communities...

Central bank to auction additional $3 million weekly

The central bank has announced the auctioning of additional $3 million to the private banks in an attempt to stabilize the economy....

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