23rd February 2019
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Why social media users are angry at SSBC management

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 16 hours ago

South Sudanese online have expressed anger at the SSBC management for what they call “persistent” poor (more…)

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: 18 hours ago

S.Sudan, Vietnam to strengthen ties

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: 3 days ago

Torit MP succumbs to malaria

Published: 3 days ago

Torit MP succumbs to malaria

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Violent incidents against aid workers reduced – OCHA

A UN agency says there has been reduction of humanitarian access incidents across the country since the year began. (more…)

Insecurity hinders access to 23,000 people in Yei River

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says that aid agencies are unable to reach 23,000 people around Yei  area due...

Kiir names new MI chief

President Salva Kiir has named new chief of military intelligence. (more…)

Gov’t asks public servants to fund peace

The minister of information says the government has asked the public servants to pay a one-day salary to fund (more…)

Terrian Hotel owner petitions court over reparation delays

The owner of the Terrain Hotel has petitioned the military court over delay by the defence ministry to pay him reparations as ruled by the...

Int’l pressure needed to expedite peace – NPA

The Secretary of Norwegian people’s Aid says there is need for international pressure on the peace parties to (more…)

Juba city deputy mayor sacked

The governor of Jubek state has dismissed the deputy mayor of Juba city council for infrastructure development - Nhial Majak Nhial....

Use radio to promote dialogue – UN chief

The United Nations Secretary General has called on member states to use radio to promote dialogue and tolerance. In his message for the...

Over 5,000 flee latest clashes in Yei River

The UN refugee agency says the latest fighting in Yei River State has so far displaced over 5,000 civilians to the neighbouring DR Congo....

Rights groups call for transparent probe into missing Idri, Dong

Human rights watchdogs are urging Kenya and South Sudan to probe disappearance of critics Aggrey Idri and Dong Samuel. (more…)

R-JMEC expects IBC formation within a week or two

Some progress has been made towards formation of the Independent Boundaries Commission, according to the deputy chief of staff of R-JMEC. ...

Nearly 120 more child soldiers freed in Gbudue

The UN children’s agency says it has helped release nearly 120 more child soldiers in South Sudan. (more…)

IO forces report to cantonment sites

An official says the opposition forces under Dr. Riek Machar are reporting to cantonment sites. (more…)

Calm returns to Kediba, Amadi State

The governor of Amadi state says calm has returned to Kediba area 7 days after it witnessed fighting. (more…)

Three peacekeepers killed in Abyei helicopter crash

Three peacekeepers have been killed and ten others sustained injuries after an Ethiopian military helicopter crashed  in Abyei, according...

President Kiir urges parties to focus on peace

President Salva Kiir has called on the peace parties to focus on the future of South Sudan despite failure by the western countries to fund...

Japan donates $1 million peace funds to NPTC

The government of Japan has offered the National Pre-Transitional Committee $ 1 million . (more…)

S.Sudan female official held in Uganda

A senior female immigration official is being held by Ugandan authorities for allegedly assaulting her house helper in Kampala....

More S. Sudanese may flee insecurity-UNHCR

The UN refugee agency says the recent military build-up between government and NAS may force more people to flee South Sudan. (more…)

Church calls on parties to respect ceasefire

The South Sudan Council of Churches is appealing to the peace parties to respect the ceasefire agreement. (more…)

Meet 2018 PLE best candidate

The top candidate in the 2018 primary leaving examinations has attributed her excellent performance to family and teachers. (more…)

National ceasefire monitors accuse int’l community of ‘sabotage’

Some members of the ceasefire monitor (CTSAM-VM)  have accused the international community of hindering (more…)

Journalist Joakino’s exposé on oil pollution in S.Sudan

When one thinks about oil, the first thing that comes to mind is wealth and a more prosperous country. However, we do not talk about the...

TGoNU urges SSOA to sign peace deal

The government is calling on the Opposition Alliance to sign the Khartoum agreement on governance so that total peace returns to the...