18th January 2021
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Why a young lady wants to stop skin lightening

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 8 hours ago

Rita James, 25, is advocating for a stop to skin lightening after using skin lightening creams for seven years. (more…)

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 20 hours ago

Only job: Kugi residents ‘barred’ from quarrying

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Sunday, January 17, 2021

South Africa’s Haysom to head UNMISS

Published: Sunday, January 17, 2021

South Africa’s Haysom to head UNMISS

Published: Saturday, January 16, 2021

Reconciliation conference underway in Terekeka

Published: Saturday, January 16, 2021

Get circumcised—Aids Commission

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A chat with the ‘saviour of orphans’ the Machine Gun Preacher

The year is 1998, and Sam Childers arrives in Yei to help build houses damaged by the civil war in the small town of war-ravaged Southern...

Counsels demand promotions

Legal Counsels at the Ministry of Justice have complained that they have not been promoted for years now. (more…)

Bor welcomes Eye Radio

The Minister of Information in Jonglei says the extension of Eye Radio broadcast to Bor offers a means of circulating messages of peace and...

How ‘Al Watani’ newspaper Chief Editor escaped attack

The Chief Editor of the Arabic daily newspaper 'Al Watani', Michael Christopher, says he escaped being attacked by a group of unknown armed...

UNSC renews sanctions against peace obstructors

The UN Security Council has renewed sanctions on those it says are blocking peace in South Sudan. (more…)

Eye Media launches weekly newspaper

The Eye Media has started publishing a weekly newspaper, The Eye, a sister publication of the Eye Radio. (more…)

Security shuts down The Citizen newspaper

Security closed down the Citizen Newspaper on Monday, Editor in Chief Nhial Bol has said. (more…)

Eye Radio officially launched in Aweil

Eye Radio has today officially launched its coverage in Aweil, the capital of Northern Bahr el-Ghazal State, where it broadcasts on 88.6...

Eye Radio extends its broadcast to Wau

Eye Radio has officially launched its coverage in Western Bahr al-Ghazal State, where it broadcasts on 88.6 FM. (more…)

Kiir’s office to sue Sudanese newspapers for death allegations

The office of the president says it will sue the two Sudanese newspapers which published the alleged death of President Salva Kiir....

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