22nd May 2019
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Analyst criticizes legislature for not playing its role

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: 5 hours ago

An analyst has criticized the legislature for allegedly abandoning its main role which is to represent the will of the people of South...

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: Friday, April 12, 2019

Stolen teen reunited with family after eleven years

Author: Eluzai Billy | Published: Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Medical practitioner urges gov’t to regulate “siko”

Published: Friday, July 27, 2018

Citizens outraged as MPs get $40,000 car loan

Published: Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Kiir, Machar ink permanent ceasefire

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Whitaker’s peace message to S Sudanese

The UNESCO Special Envoy for Peace and Reconciliation, Forest Whitaker, has dedicated a peace message to the people of South Sudan....

‘Weak-hearted’ soldiers behind Juba night crimes – Kuol

Some of the criminals behind night robberies in Juba are members of the organized forces, the Minister of Defense has (more…)

Remembering Torit Mutiny at 62

August 18 marks 62 years since the first known liberation struggle of the South Sudanese began in Torit town of Eastern Equatoria state....

Gen. Malong not under house arrest – Ateny

The Press Secretary in the Office of the President, Ateny Awek Ateny, has dismissed an online petition filed by Gen. Paul Malong's wife...

How should South Sudan eternalize its war heroes?

Professor Jok Madut Jok has called for establishment of war memorial to commemorate those who died for liberation of South Sudan....

Why Alfred Taban quit journalism

Veteran journalist, Alfred Taban says he has given up Journalism for politics after his appointment as a Member of Parliament in the...

Why former S African President wants peace first before justice in S Sudan

The former President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki says the international community needs to first collectively bring peace to South Sudan...

South Sudanese cope with new life in diaspora

On the World Refugee Day today [Tuesday], a South Sudanese lawyer who won the 2017 Victorian Legal Award in Australian as a Rising Star...

NCAC Chairman, Gichira Kibara talks to Eye Radio about constitutional review

This week, we look at the National Constitutional Amendment Committee that is mandated by the peace agreement to review the 2011...

The Director of Juba Prison talks to Eye Radio about juvenile prisoners

Last week, the director of Juba Prison – Brig Gen Micheal Malou -told Eye Radio that about 47 under aged children are currently serving...

USAID Director in S. Sudan speaks to Eye Radio about his recent visit to Boma National Park

Mid-May, the USAID Mission Director in South Sudan, Jeff Bakken visited Boma National Park to oversee the progress of work on the...

How young Col. Garang “sabotaged the enemy” from within on 16 May, 1983

A veteran SPLA General, Alfred Akwoch told Eye Radio how the late, Colonel John Garang sabotaged from within efforts by the Sudanese...

“I don’t regret fighting for the liberation of South Sudan” – Gen. Alfred Akwoch

Alfred Akwoch, a veteran SPLA General, says he does not regret fighting for the liberation of South Sudan, despite the current hardship...

UPDATE: Gen. Malong says removal from office constitutional

The former Chief of General Staff of the SPLA, General Paul Malong has said that his removal from the general command of the army is...

Church says thousands of South Sudanese are crossing into Sudan daily

Church leaders in Western Sudan who spoke to Eye Radio, in El-Obeid say the influx of South Sudanese refugees into Sudan continue to...

Why South Sudanese women in Khartoum are working as housemaids?

Over 2,500 South Sudanese refugee are living at Takamul camp in Eastern Nile Locality in Khartoum-North. The camp leader says they have not...

Cardinal Zubeir Wako talks about South Sudanese music in local churches

This week, the retired Catholic Archbishop of Khartoum and the former President of Sudan and South Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference,...

Why judges threaten a pay strike

At a news conference Thursday, the justices, and judges announced an open strike in demand for better pay and working conditions. They also...

Teachers to receive $40 in monthly incentive

Teachers in South Sudan will receive a monthly incentive of 40 US dollars at the end of this month. The European Union Impact Project will...

MTC: Training job creators, not seekers

[audio mp3="http://www.eyeradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/MARTIN-LUGALA-TUMBA-MTC.mp3"][/audio] The deputy director for...

Kiir’s visit to Kapoeta: Lobong speaks out

Governor Lobong Lojore calls the scheduled visit of President Salva Kiir to his state "a golden opportunity that comes once in a life...

Save the Children ‘shocked’ by killing of aid workers

Save the Children has strongly condemned the killing of six aid workers over the weekend, one of whom worked for a Save (more…)

‘Consecutive’ raids in Jonglei’s Twic area

Member of Parliament representing Twic East Constituency Hon Deng Dau says there has been a series of"consecutive" raids and abductions...

Dhieu talks non-oil revenue

The Minister of Finance, Stephen Dhieu, says South Sudan had neglected the importance of non-oil revenue since the formation (more…)

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