17th September 2019
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Juba residents complain of increased robberies

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: 5 hours ago

Some Juba residents have raised concern about increased armed robberies in their respective suburbs. (more…)

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: 6 hours ago

Tumsa bridge destroyed by heavy rains

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: 6 hours ago

Poor health system attributed to civil war

Published: 8 hours ago

Several abducted in Maridi state

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Activist concerned about Machar’s house arrest

A civil society group has voiced concern about the continued restrictions on the movement of the main opposition leader. (more…)

Gov’t secures loan to clear unpaid salaries

The outstanding salaries for civil servants will soon be cleared. (more…)

SSIC dismisses accusations against its members

The South Sudan Islamic Council has dismissed accusations that its senior officials only chose relatives and friends to make the holy trip...

R-JMEC welcomes Kiir-Riek meeting

The Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission has welcomed the face to face meeting between President Salva Kiir and...

Officials accused of deforestation in Jubek

Jubek State authorities have accused some officials at the national Ministry of Forestry and Environment of being behind deforestation in...

6.35 million South Sudanese at risk of hunger

More than 6.35 million people in South Sudan do not know where their next meal will come from. (more…)

3 killed in Terekeka cattle raid

Authorities in Terekeka State say at least three civilians have been killed in a cattle raid in a remote county earlier this week....

Political analyst praises Kiir-Riek meeting

A political analyst has described the Kiir-Riek meeting as a positive move towards proper implementation of the revitalized agreement....

Training of unified forces to begin

The government and the opposition factions say training of the forces will start next week. (more…)

SPLM-IO to relocate headquarters to Juba

SPLM-IO has decided to relocate its headquarters from Khartoum to Juba. (more…)

UNMISS condemns recruitment of IDPs

The United Nation Mission in South Sudan has condemned what it calls recruitment of young men in POC sites into military. (more…)

Kiir, Machar all in agreement

Both President Salva Kiir and opposition Leader Dr. Riek Machar have expressed the need to bring on board hold-out groups for successful ...

2015 National Forest Policy launched

The First Vice President has asked Jubek state authorities to arraign in court suspects behind illegal logging in the state. (more…)

SPLA-IO refutes CTSAMVM report

The SPLA-IO spokesperson has refuted CTSAMVM report that their forces are violating the revitalized peace deal. (more…)

Kiir-Riek face-to-face meeting resumes

The face-to-face meeting between President Salva Kiir and Opposition Leader Dr. Riek Machar resumed this morning. (more…)

NCP urges all parties to join new peace accord

The National Congress Party has urged non-signatories to the new accord to join the peace process. (more…)

Gbudue hit by East Coast Fever

Authorities in Gbudue have confirmed that the mass deaths of cattle in the state is associated with East Coast Fever. (more…)

SPLM/A-IO accused of rape, occupations of new civilian buildings

The Chairman of the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism has accused the SPLM/A-IO of one rape incident...

Second face-to-face Kiir-Riek meeting postponed

The second face-to-face meeting between President Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar has been adjourned to tomorrow due to President Kiir's...

Further occupation disappoints CTSAMVM

The Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism or CTSAMVM says is disappointed to see further occupation...

Kiir-Riek meeting described as remarkable-Activist

A civil society activist has described the meeting between President Kiir and Opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar as remarkable....

Youth advised against laziness

The Governor of Gbudue has advised state youth against laziness. (more…)

IDPs angered by movement restrictions

An IDP leader has accused government soldiers of restricting their movements in and out of the POC in Juba. (more…)

Public applauds Kiir-Riek meeting

Some members of the public have applauded the Kiir-Riek meeting, saying it should encourage hold-out groups to join the peace process....

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