13th October 2019
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U.S sanctions two businessmen in South Sudan

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Friday, October 11, 2019

The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control has sanctioned two businessmen in South Sudan for what it says is...

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Friday, October 11, 2019

Cantoned soldiers “drink dirty water”

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Wednesday, October 9, 2019

S.Sudanese concerned about slow unification of forces

Published: Wednesday, October 9, 2019

S.Sudanese concerned about slow unification of forces

Published: Wednesday, October 9, 2019

VIP Protection Force assembles near Juba

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Night robbers arrested after numerous complaints in Juba

The Minister of Interior says security forces have arrested a number of suspected criminals in connection with night robberies in Juba....

Teachers & learners to benefit from $17 million grant

South Sudan and African Development Bank have signed a grant agreement worth 17.7 million dollars aimed at improving the education sector...

Free testing and treatment for Hepatitis C launched

The Ministry of health with support from the government of Egypt has launched a free testing and treatment for Hepatitis C in South Sudan....

Impeachment dispute solved in Wau

The Council of States in Juba has resolved an impeachment dispute between two arms of Wau state government. (more…)

Put people first-UN Chief

The UN chief has urged world leaders to put the interests of the people above their own. (more…)

Gov’t criticized for prioritizing EAC membership fee before civil servants salaries

Some members of the public say they are not happy with the government for prioritizing the membership to the economic bloc when its civil...

Al-Sabah hospital takes responsibility for wrongful death

The Al Sabah Children’s Hospital says it has taken responsibility for the recent wrongful death of a teenage girl. According to her...

Leaders unserious with their jobs-MP

A member of the transitional national legislative assembly says some South Sudanese leaders have not been taking their jobs seriously....

Igga visits Amadi

Vice president Dr. James Wani Igga is expected to travel to Amadi today to sensitize communities there on the revitalized peace agreement....

Presidential adviser asked to vacate gov’t house

The son of the special advisor to the President, Joseph Lagu, says the ministry of Justice has notified him to vacate the government house....

Juba bridge at the verge of collapsing

The government has warned heavy truck drivers against using the Juba Bridge because it is about to collapse. (more…)

FVP represents SS at 74th session of UNGA

The First Vice President is represent South Sudan at the 74th session of the UN General Assembly 2019 in New York. (more…)

UNICEF estimates 1.9 million IDPs in SS

The United Nations Children agency has called for increased support for parents forced to raise their babies and young children in...

National gov’t to consult states before making decisions-Governor

The Governor of Torit State has urged the national government to first consult with the state authorities before taking certain decisions...

Sudan to continue controlling SS airspace

The Sudanese government will continue to control South Sudan’s airspace after Juba failed to train its nationals to do the job....

Involvement of Machar key to formation of R-TGoNU

The establishment of the government in November without Dr. Riek Machar would be a violation of the revitalized peace agreement,...

We will form the government with, or without Riek – Kiir

The government will be formed in November with or without the opposition leader, Dr. Riek Machar, President Salva Kiir has said. ...

Council of churches criticized for organizing prayers

Some members of the public have criticized the Council of Churches for organizing prayers that they say do not yield fruits. (more…)

UN head outlines dev’ts of SS peace deal

The Head of the UN mission in South Sudan says the peace process is progressing well but more needs to be done to prevent it from...

South Sudan reject UN report

The Office of the President has rejected the recent report by the UN panel of experts suggesting that despite the signing of the new peace...

S Sudan, Kenya strike free visa deal

South Sudan and Kenya have signed an agreement that grant citizens of both countries free visa. (more…)

Security agents warned against harassing journalists

The Chairperson of the Strategic Defense and Security Review Board has warned security agents against intimidating and harassing...

Poor health system attributed to civil war

Officials from the Ministry of Health say decades of civil war that resulted in economic decay, poor infrastructure, population...

Gov’t signs mineral exploration deal with U.S, Canadian firms

The government has signed a deal with the U.S and Canada based companies to facilitate satellite imaging of mineral resources in South...

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