23rd September 2020
Make a Donation
Interviews

Meet Abuk, the ‘Tractor Lady’ who is working for a change

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Thursday, August 27, 2020

In South Sudan, men are known to be the ones driving tractors and working in the farms but in Juba today, a tractor lady is changing the...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Interview: How the gov’t is responding to assist people affected by floods

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Why the ministry of labour is assessing all the private sectors

Featured StorySee all stories

Meet Abuk, the ‘Tractor Lady’ who is working for a change

In South Sudan, men are known to be the ones driving tractors and working in the farms but in Juba today, a tractor lady is changing the...

Interview: How the gov’t is responding to assist people affected by floods

Torrential rains and flash floods have continued to displace thousands of people and destroy several homes across South Sudan....

Why the ministry of labour is assessing all the private sectors

The Ministry of Labour has started assessing all the private sectors with the aim of registering all national and foreign nationals in the...

Meet Margaret Lokurnyang, S Sudan’s youngest female politician

Many people in South Sudan may not know who Margaret Lokurnyang Lado is, but most veteran SPLM/SPLA politicians know her father, ...

COVID-19 preventive measures: why we should be worried in S.Sudan

It has been observed that the majority of South Sudanese including senior government officials have shown defiance in observing coronavirus...

Dr. Geri Raymondo reacts to the ruling of the EAC Court of Justice

In July, the East African Court of Justice has ruled that President Salva Kiir contravened South Sudan’s Transitional Constitution of...

Why Wau’s incident almost brought the SSPDF and SPLA-IO to war

In July, there was a standoff between the SSPDF and SPLA-IO forces after the SSPDF arrested SPLA-IO senior military officer, Brigadier ...

Kiir urged not to execute Magai

Amnesty International reiterates its call for the government of South Sudan to commute the death sentence of Magai Matiop Ngong - a South ...

UNICEF re-emphasizes importance of adhering to Covid 19 prevention measures

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases are rapidly increasing in South Sudan, it is important to recall that we all have an important...

UNFPA’s Dr. Kidane speaks about the likely impact of Covid-19 on SRHS

The United Nations Population Fund or UNFPA has warned that coronavirus is likely going to affect the provision of the integrated health...

Support Eye Radio, the first independent radio broadcaster of news, information & entertainment in South Sudan.

Make a monthly or a one off contribution.