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Army allegedly won’t allow IDPs to exit Malakal PoC

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 4 hours ago

Representatives of displaced persons at the UN-protected camp in Malakal say SSPDF soldiers have been deployed at the gate, preventing them...

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 5 hours ago

Activists call for expansion of COVID-19 action committee

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 8 hours ago

S Sudanese warned against xenophobic behaviors

Published: 8 hours ago

NS arrests 33 armed gangsters in Juba

Published: Tuesday, April 7, 2020

IGAD donates $100,000 for coronavirus fight in S Sudan

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Africa will not be testing ground for coronavirus vaccine, says WHO

The Director-General of the  World Health Organization (WHO) has condemned what he called "racist" comments by two French doctors who...

Soldiers forcibly ‘quarantine’ IDPs

The internally displaced people at UN Protection of Civilian sites (PoCs) in Juba say have been forcefully quarantined by the army over...

Yambio hospital charges patients to access washrooms

Some residents of Yambio town say they are concerned after the administration of the state-run hospital introduced a policy that requires...

Follow COVID-19 preventive measures, GESS leader urges students

The team leader of Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS) has appealed to schoolchildren to follow the coronavirus prevention guidelines....

Teenager shoots friend dead in Nimule

Authorities in Nimule town say they are holding a 16-year-old boy who shot dead his 20-year-old friend on Saturday evening. (more…)

Five truck drivers arrested for smuggling passengers into S Sudan

Police at the border town of Nimule have arrested five truck drivers for reportedly smuggling people into the country over the weekend. ...

Stay calm, follow preventive measures, citizens advised

The government has urged the general public to remain calm and observe the public health emergency measures to prevent the spread of the...

South Sudan confirms first case of COVID-19

South Sudan has confirmed one case of the coronavirus disease. (more…)

Mayen hints at decongestion of PoCs amidst COVID-19 fears

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs has suggested the decongestion of Internally Displaced Persons' camps to prevent the risk of spreading...

Peace monitor pressure parties to allocate states

The interim chairperson of the peace monitoring body is meeting principals of the peace parties in a bid to persuade them to agree on the...

Gov’t will not impose total lockdown

The High-Level Task Force on COVID-19 pandemic says the government will not completely lockdown the country as there is no confirmed case...

Teachers to receive incentives next week

The Ministry of General Education and Instructions has announced that primary teachers will begin receiving their incentives from the...

Alarm raised over COVID -19 emergency number ‘6666’

The Ugandan Community in South Sudan has expressed concerns over the slow response by the coronavirus medical team.   (more…)

UPDF to investigate cross-border smuggling activities

The Uganda People’s Defense Forces say it is investigating allegations that its officers at border points are aiding illegal border...

Taskforce on COVID-19 directs employees to work half-day

The High-Level Taskforce on COVID-19 has directed that working hours should be limited to half-day for an unspecified period of time as...

Top gov’t officials, military linked to illegal gold mining in Kapoeta

A new corruption report has revealed how South Sudan’s gold mining sector has been damaged with corruption involving high-level...

Gov’t permits more flights amid ban over COVID-19

The High-Level Task Force on COVID-19 pandemic has granted permission to several international flights to land at Juba International...

Sudan peace talks resume in Juba

Sudanese peace talks have resumed in Juba this morning [Thiursday] after it was suspended for a week following the death of defense...

Ezra set to reduce power bill by 20%

Ezra Company is set to reduce consumer power bills by 20% for both the public and private sectors over coronavirus crisis, the High-Level...

Trump extends US national emergency on S. Sudan

U.S President Donald Trump has extended the national emergency on South Sudan, saying the situation continues to pose a national security...

Gov’t officials criticized for defying presidential ban on public gatherings

Civil society activists have criticized senior government officials for violating the presidential ban on public gatherings. (more…)

TNLA committee summons Paul Mayom over police harassment

The Minister of Interior, Paul Mayom, is expected to appear before the parliamentary defense committee next week over harassment of ...

Citizens doubt gov’t is implementing anti-Covid-19 measures

Some members of the public say they are disappointed in the government for exerting “little effort” to combat the coronavirus....

South Sudan remains coronavirus-free

There is still no single confirmed case of the coronavirus in South Sudan, the High-Level Taskforce on COVID-19 has said.  (more…)

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