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

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 14 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: 16 hours ago

500 orphans live in dire conditions in Juba

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 20 hours ago

Activist disappointed by failure to reconstitute parliament

Published: 21 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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AstraZeneca recipients encourage you to get a jab

Some recipients of Coronavirus vaccine are encouraging members of the public to get a jab despite possible side effects. (more…)

Kiir gets vaccinated against dreaded disease

President Salva Kiir has been vaccinated against the coronavirus. (more…)

C-in-C demands to know why his soldiers are abandoning camps

President Salva Kiir has instructed the newly appointed army chief to find out why soldiers are deserting the military camps. ...

Dr Marial told to fix president’s office

The first vice president has urged the newly appointed presidential affairs minister to fix mistakes he said have led to the firing of his...

How S.Sudan ‘deviated’ from Dr. Garang’s liberation principles

A renowned commentator says South Sudan took a wrong turn after the current leaders deviated from the basic principles of the liberation...

Kiir relieves Nhial Deng, JJ Okot among others in sweeping changes

President Salva Kiir has just issued series of republican decrees dismissing and appointing senior officials in his office and the national...

Do South Sudan’s juvenile offenders reform after leaving the correctional centers?

There are currently more than 250 children in Juvenile center in Western Barh el Ghazel state, and Juba Central Prison in Central Equatoria...

Power blackout: Doctors use phone lights to deliver babies

Doctors at Juba Teaching Hospital were forced to use phone lights and torches to conduct life-saving surgeries following an unexpected...

Jonglei security improves—Clerics

Two religious leaders say the security situation in the restive region of Jonglei has improved in recent months following series of...

UN proposes resettlement of Kakuma, Dadaab refugees in third countries

The UN Refugee Agency in Kenya says it could resettle refugees unable to go back to their homes to third countries. (more…)

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