23rd May 2019
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Jubek governor sets conditions to re-open night clubs

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 47 mins ago

Jubek governor has promised to re-open night clubs on condition that revelers adhere to the required procedures, the head of South Sudan...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 2 hours ago

Kiir urges members of the SSPDF to end the conflict

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

VP tells poorly paid JTH workers to be patient

Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

VP tells poorly paid JTH workers to be patient

Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

No Parliamentary sitting held since re-opening of TNLA

Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Analyst criticizes legislature for not playing its role

Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Violent activities by youth will not be tolerated: Kiir

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More than 20 million USD required to implement TVET program

The education committee at the National Transitional Legislative Assembly has asked the government to set aside over 20 million dollars for...

Kiir dismisses & appoints 4 new governors

President Salva Kiir has sacked four governors in parts of Upper Nile and Bahr el Ghazal states. (more…)

Upper Nile regional conference opens in Juba due to lack of facilities

The National Dialogue steering committee has spent a "fortunate" transporting and accomodating delegates from the Greater Upper Nile region...

Kiir appeals to IDPs in UN camps to return home

President Salva Kiir is appealing to people living in the UN Protection of Civilian sites to return to their homes in order to restart...

Heavy rains in Juba leaves many homeless

Several families in Juba have reportedly been rendered homesless after their houses were submerged by heavy rains that is still pouring....

Three people killed while sleeping in Kwajina, Wau state

Three people have been killed by armed assailants in Wau state, the Commissioner of Kwajina County has said. (more…)

NPTC directs relocation of peace delegates to “cheaper” hotel

The National Pre-Transitional Period Committee has directed members of the various parties being accommodated by the government to move to...

Revenue Authority boss denies corruption allegations against him

The Commissioner General of the National Revenue Authority has denied allegations of opening an external private account and transferring...

Red Army Foundation chairman ‘rubbishes’ his alleged removal from office

Deng Bol of the Red Army Foundation whose position as chairperson is under contention has dismissed claims by some members of the...

Boundaries Commission seeks grass-root views on number of States

The Independent Boundaries Commission, IBC, has sought the views of local people in the two states of Terekeka and Amadi. (more…)

National Security officer shoots a boy in Bor town

A national security officer who shot and wounded a 17 year old boy during the SPLA day celebrations in Bor town has been arrested....

Fashoda approves monthly incentives for teachers

Fashoda State government has approved between 25, 000 to 10,000 South Sudanese Pounds as motivational cash for each teacher in the...

Members of public disappointed with SPLA Day postponement

Some members of the public have expressed their anger after the government postponed celebrations of the SPLA Day. (more…)

Protesters in Ethiopia demand Kiir’s resignation

Some South Sudanese on SPLA Day demonstrated in front of their embassy in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, demanding President ...

Hotel stops offering meals to peace delegates

A hotel in Juba says it has been instructed by the pre-transitional committee to stop offering meals to peace delegates. (more…)

Citizens feel secure in 2019 according to UNMISS survey

A survey conducted by UNMISS suggests that citizens feel secure in 2019 unlike previous years. (more…)

War & peace in S.Sudan only benefits the elites-former white house official

A former White House official under the Obama administration says the greatest obstacle to lasting peace in South Sudan is the ability of...

Governor calling for review of Marial-bai agreement

The Governor of Wau is calling for a review of the Marial- bai agreement, after it was violated by cattle keepers recently. (more…)

Juba postpones SPLA Day celebrations

The official celebration of the SPLA Day in Juba has been postponed to next week, despite the day being a public holiday. (more…)

Min. Finance presents over 200 billion pounds FY budget

The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning has presented over 200 billion South Sudanese Pounds Fiscal Year budget to the Council of...

UN FAO staff resume work after a short-lived strike

National staff of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization have resumed work shortly after staging a strike over lack of hardship...

Southern Liech and Ruweng states Governors Dismissed

President Salva Kiir has removed governors of Southern Liech and Ruweng states from office through a Presidential decree. (more…)

Gun search begins ahead of SPLA Day

The army spokesperson says the ongoing gun search in Juba is part of preparations for the marking of the SPLA Day, which has been postponed...

Kiir calls for free movement of civilians

President Salva Kiir has encouraged opposition forces and the national army to continue to work together to improve the security situation...

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