22nd January 2020
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SPLM-IO issues precondition to participate in unity government

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Friday, January 17, 2020

The SPLM-IO has called for the deployment of UN forces if it is to participate in a transitional government of national unity....

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Taban seeks Kenya’s help in clearing his name after US sanctions

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Wednesday, January 15, 2020

South Sudan sinks Eritrea in second FIBA Afro Basketball Pre-qualifiers

Published: Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Kiir, Machar call for more consultations on number of states

Published: Tuesday, January 14, 2020

FIFA retains 6 South Sudanese referees

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SPLM criticized for CPA’s ‘failed’ promises

Members of the public have expressed disappointment with the current leaders for deviating from the promises made by Dr. John Garang during...

DFCA recalls 15 drug brands over quality

The Drug and Food Control Authority of South Sudan recalled various drugs over for not meeting quality standards. (more…)

‘I’m a man of peace,’ Taban says of U.S sanctions

The First Vice President has refuted allegations that he ordered the abduction and killing of two opposition figures in the country,...

Squad for 2021 AfroBasket qualifiers announced

South Sudan National Basketball Federation has released the squad that will represent the country at the FIBA AfroBasket 2021 Qualifiers...

U.S sanctions FVP Taban Deng for ‘abduction, killing & divisive acts’

The United States has officially charged South Sudan’s First Vice President with the abduction and killing of two opposition figures in...

Japan donates materials worth $4 million for forces

The government of Japan has donated in-kind materials worth 4 million US dollars to the National Pre-Transitional Committee to support...

Beach volleyball teams return after spirited display

South Sudan Men Beach Volleyball Team finished third as the Women’ team finished fourth at the African qualifiers for the 2020 Tokyo...

Implement peace deal to persuade hold-out groups- UK envoy

The Ambassador of the United Kingdom to South Sudan has called on parties to the revitalized peace agreement to demonstrate their...

Agriculture minister blames finance ministry for delaying funds

The Minister of Agriculture and Food Security has blamed the ministry of finance and planning for delaying funds approved last year by the...

Attipoe free to travel, says finance minister

The minister of finance and planning has said the former commissioner general of the National Revenue Authority is now free to travel after...

Training of necessary unified forces begins

The Joint Transitional Security Committee has started training of the necessary unified forces across the country. (more…)

Troika urges fulfillment of peace promises as February deadline nears

The United Kingdom, United States and Norway have called on leaders of South Sudan to fulfill their commitments to achieving lasting and...

Parties to meet next week over states stalemate

Parties to the revitalized peace agreement are expected to meet in Juba next week to discuss the stalemate over the number of states and...

Kiir releases Kerbino Wol, Peter Biar and 28 others

President Salva Kiir has pardoned jailed activist Peter Biar Ajak and philanthropist Kerbino Wol Agok in a Presidential decree read on...

Juba road accident claims two, injures three

Two people have died and three others injured in a car accident along Juba-Yei Road on Thursday afternoon. (more…)

NAS releases 23 civilians

The opposition National Salvation Front (NAS) has released 23 civilians from detention in the former Central Equatoria and handed them to...

Focus to beat February deadline, Kiir tells agreement bodies

President Salva Kiir has urged bodies tasked to implement the revitalized peace deal to focus and ensure that a unity government is formed...

Update: Teenage girl beaten to death for choosing a poor man in Gok

A 16-year-old girl in Gok State was reportedly beaten to death by her brothers on New Year's Eve after getting pregnant to a poor man...

Archbishop Arama calls for love and reconciliation in the New Year

The Archbishop of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan has  called on South Sudanese to shun tribalism and hatred for reconciliation and...

Police bans shootings, fireworks to usher in New Year

Police in Juba has issued an order banning random shootings and fireworks to usher in the the New Year. (more…)

New oil leakage in Ruweng

Authorities in Ruweng state have reported another crude oil leakage in Palouch Two north of Toma south oil fields. (more…)

Kiir advises citizens to prioritize agriculture

President Salva Kiir has advised South Sudanese to engage in agriculture to prevent poverty and help recover the country's economy....

S. Sudanese students again occupy Harare embassy over arrears

South Sudanese students on government sponsorship in Zimbabwe have camped at the embassy in Harare, demanding the government clear their...

Six cattle traders killed, 12 wounded in ambush

Six cattle traders from Gok state have died in an ambush on Christmas day in Western Lakes state while taking cattle for sale to Maridi...

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