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Crippled justice system report is “nonsense”

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, October 8, 2019

The Minister of Information has described as “nonsense” the new report by human rights watchdog which suggests that the justice system...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, October 8, 2019

High Court “violates” customary law

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Monday, October 7, 2019

Executive accused of crippling justice system

Published: Monday, October 7, 2019

Executive accused of crippling justice system

Published: Monday, October 7, 2019

Gov’t demands detailed report on student’s death

Published: Monday, September 30, 2019

Soldiers on trial

Published: Friday, September 27, 2019

Night robbers arrested after numerous complaints in Juba

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NSS detains veteran politician

A signatory to the new peace accord has been reportedly detained by national security service in Wau State. (more…)

MP “threatens” an elderly man over disputed land in Juba

An elderly man in Juba says he is living in fear after a member of the national parliament tried to evict him from his plot. ...

NRA distances itself from ‘approved’ scam

The National Revenue Authority has distanced itself from what appears to be a fraudulent business scheme engineered by the chairman of ...

Lawyer urges Kiir to make a decision on Gen. Buay’s case

The defence lawyer of Major-General Stephen Buay is appealing to the commander-in-chief of the armed forces to finalize the case -whose...

Judicial ‘paralysis’ in Gbudue

An activist in Gbudue says the state is facing a judicial crisis amidst the absence of judges. (more…)

Widow narrates how the jinx of war snatched her husband

The grim and sorry picture of the brunt of the past civil wars in South Sudan is clearly painted in the hearts and faces of most women and...

Juba accused of neglecting ‘Junubin’ in Khartoum

A civil society activist has accused the South Sudan government of neglecting its nationals in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum....

IDPs call for a complete reforms in security sector

The Internally displaced persons in Juba POC are calling for total reforms in the security sectors in the next transitional government of...

Traffic boss defies cabinet resolution on tinted cars

The Director-General of traffic police in the ministry of interior has defied the cabinet resolution, allowing vehicles with factory tints...

Gbudue criticized for freeing an accused

Human rights activists in Gbudue state have criticized the state governor for setting free a butcher who assaulted the Yambio town mayoress...

Traffic cops resume illegal crackdown on ‘factory tints’

The traffic police are back on the road again - harassing motorists in Juba over tinted windows despite revocation of the ban by the...

AMDISS to look into news editor’s detention

The Association for Media Development in South Sudan says it is going to engage the Media Authority on the detention of a journalist...

Blue House detains newspaper editor – Wife

The editor-in-chief of the suspended al-Watan daily Arabic newspaper Michael Christopher is being held (more…)

Editor forced to deplane, passport confiscated

The editor-in-chief of the suspended al-Watan daily Arabic newspaper is saying that he was forced to disembark from a plane at the Juba...

Norway avails $28m for governance, economic management

Norway has released $28.3 million to strengthen governance and economic management in the country. (more…)

Priesident Kiir pardons 15 prisoners without Biar & Kerubino

President Salva Kiir has pardoned and ordered the release of 15 prisoners on the occasion of the 8th independence anniversary today....

Fake certificate admissions high in public universities -MoHE

The Minister of Higher Education has voiced concerns of what appears to be a major admission scam in all the public universities across the...

Twic and Northern Liech agree on blood compensation

Twic and Northern Liech States have agreed to compensate relatives of those who were killed in retaliatory attacks from both sides...

Peter Biar’s family denied access despite court order -Lawyer

Lawyers of political activist Peter Biar Ajak say the national security service is denying his family access against a high court order....

Buay’s defense lawyer castigates military tribunal for lack of seriousness

Defense lawyers of the military leader accused of treason have described the court martial as a kangaroo court after five judges failed to...

General Buay’s lawyer calls for dismissal of case

The defense lawyer of the senior military officer accused of rebelling against the State has reiterated calls of dismissal, saying there is...

Slain critic Dong “served his people with class”

The Sudd Institute has echoed call for an investigation into the judicial killing of government critic Dong Samuel Luak. (more…)

Gov’t denies executing Aggrey, Dong

The government has denied involvement in the reported extra-judicial killing of its critics Dong Samuel Luak and Aggrey Idri. (more…)

Slain critic’s family seeks answers

The family of the slain government critic Dong Samuel Luak are seeking answers for his death. (more…)

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