16th June 2019
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‘I will not rebel because of position’-Philip Aguer

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: 5 hours ago

The recently sacked governor of Jonglei state Phillip Aguer Panyang says he will never rebel against the government even after losing his...

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: 5 hours ago

Health ministry appealing for funds to stop spread of Ebola into SSD

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: 5 hours ago

Government to borrow 500 million dollars to fund Infrastructural dev’t

Published: Saturday, June 15, 2019

Kiir advises against crude oil advances

Published: Friday, June 14, 2019

6.9 million at risk of hunger in South Sudan

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Suspected Torit rapist on the loose terrorizes victim’s family

A suspected rapist on the loose in Torit has displaced a family that had reported him to authorities after accusing him of sexually...

UN-SRSG tells political leaders to support revitalized peace agreement

The special Representative of UN Secretary General has encouraged Political leaders in Western Equatoria region to support the revitalized...

Gov’t urged to implement policies that protect children

A specialist is urging the government to implement policies that protect children in South Sudan. (more…)

Kiir fires petroleum minister, Jonglei governor

President Salva Kiir has sacked the minister of petroleum and the governor of Jonglei State through republican decrees issued (more…)

Government and Opposition forces occupying civilian buildings-CTSAMVM

The Ceasefire Transitional Security Arrangement Monitoring and Verification Mechanism says both government and opposition forces are still...

Guinea worm case resurfaces in Yambio

A family in Gbudue has reported a suspected a Guinea Worm case on a 3-year-old child recently. The case is reportedly at Saura Boma, an...

Parliament summons the Minister of Interior over the tinted glasses

The national parliament has summoned the minister of interior over the tinted glasses and his recent order to shoot motorists....

NSS urged to punish officers who cocked their guns at the high court

A lawyer is calling on the National Security Service to take disciplinary measures against officers who cocked their guns at the premises...

TNLA business committee meets to discuss agenda for subsequent sitting

The Transitional National Legislative Assembly was expected to conduct its fourth session today morning, since the President opened the...

SPLM-north leader deported to South Sudan

The Sudanese Transitional Military Council has deported the leader of the SPLM North, Yasir Arman to South Sudan. (more…)

Western equatoria region hosts stakeholder’s forum on revitalized agreement

Four governors of the states in the Western Equatoria region are discussing Chapter III of the revitalized peace agreement in Maridi State....

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...

Lawyers to sue Interior Minister over “dangerous and unlawful” directives

Some prominent lawyers say they will soon take to court the minister of interior for ordering the police to shoot motorists who disobey...

Interior Minister criticized for ordering shooting of “disobedient” motorists

The Minister of Interior is being criticized for telling security officers to shoot at any motorist who fails to comply to "a stop and...

UN welcomes ratification of two human rights treaties by S. Sudan

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday has welcomed the ratification of two crucial human rights treaties this week by the...

New App and online system launched to protect children

A network of child protection organizations in South Sudan have launched a new online database and application, designed to better protect...

Sabah Children’s hospital gets a new generator after a child died

Authorities of Jubek state have installed a new generator at al-Sabah Children’s hospital days after Eye Radio reported the death of a...

TNLA skips sitting due to Muslim holiday

Members of the national legislative assembly skip the sitting on Wednesday due to Eid el-Filt, the chairperson of the information committee...

Gov’t denies procuring arms and ammunition

The government has dismissed reports that it procured arms and ammunition recently. (more…)

EU officially hands over Kwacjok Bridge to government

The construction of the Kwacjok Bridge which began in January last year is complete. (more…)

Juba hospital denies depriving baby of oxygen

The al-Sabah children’s Hospital in Juba has denied switching off a generator that resulted in the death of a baby boy on oxygen last...

Government resumes oil production at Torr oilfield

The government has resumed oil production at Torr oilfield in Ruweng state. (more…)

Gov’t remits the first cargo of crude oil to Chinese road construction company

The government has completed the shipment of the first cargo of crude oil meant to fund the construction of the Juba – Terekeka – Yirol...

UNSC renews S.Sudan arms embargo despite objection by 5 member states

Three African countries abstained from voting for an extension of the arms embargo on South Sudan yesterday after ten members of the...

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