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Boma-Gambella conservation project gets €4.4m boost

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 17 hours ago

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development –IGAD has signed a grant agreement with the European Union worth 4.4 million euro to...

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Sunday, January 24, 2021

Helping hands: How a charity initiative helps free inmates in Wau

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Sunday, January 24, 2021

Angelina urges peace soldiers to be more patient as graduation delays

Published: Saturday, January 23, 2021

Jonglei, Pibor peace conference to begin Monday

Published: Friday, January 22, 2021

Kiir names deputy governors for three states

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S.Sudan urged to implement peace to win favor of new U.S administration

A member of the peace monitoring body is urging the government to speed-up the implementation of the peace agreement to normalize relations...

Padang, Jikany leaders call for calm after deadly clashes

The leaders of Padang and Jikany communities in Upper Nile are calling for calm after two attacks left at least 12 people dead and several ...

CES police commissioner passes on in Juba

The police commissioner of Central Equatoria State and assistant IGP has passed on at the age of 67. (more…)

Traffic police officers return to ‘terrorize’ Juba motorists

Some motorists have raised concerns over what they called ‘continued harassment’ by traffic police officers in the capital, Juba....

Africans to use digital Covid-19 travel certificates

African Union member states will from this month start using digital Covid-19 certificates as one way of eliminating travel restrictions...

CTSAMVM perturbed by military defections among peace parties

The ceasefire monitoring body - CTSAMVM - has yet again raised concerns over shifting of allegiance by top military generals, saying such...

Nairobi talks between Gov’t, Pagan and Malong groups postponed

A meeting between the government and holdout groups led by Pagan Amum and Paul Molang has been postponed. (more…)

Makuei to youth: “Don’t be lazy, do manual jobs”

The minister of information has described some youth in the country as “lazy” and asked them to look for private-sector jobs rather...

Bilpam sends military committee to investigate Paloch killings

A military team has been reportedly dispatched to Palouch County to investigate the recent violent clashes. (more…)

700,000 people still being displaced by 2020 rains

Recent floods have reportedly displaced over 700,000 people in parts of the country in the last three weeks. (more…)

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