24th September 2020
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Leaders have stolen over $36m since 2016 – UN

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 10 hours ago

The United Nations Human Rights Commission has accused some politicians and senior government officials of siphoning off at least $36...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 11 hours ago

Policeman shoots dead two ex-gov’t officials

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 13 hours ago

Ugandan traders lied about amount Juba owes them – report

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Kiir tasks new finance minister to strengthen financial system

President Salva Kiir has tasked the new minister of finance and planning to strengthen the country’s financial system. (more…)

Economic committee reverses restriction on transfers of dollars

The Economic Crisis Management Committee has reversed early directives restricting the transactions of foreign currencies out of the...

Military court sentences two to death for killing lecturer

The military court martial in Juba has sentenced to death a police officer and a soldier accused of killing a lecturer early this year....

Juba residents decry night robberies, offer to pay police for protection

Residents of Khor Williang in Juba have raised concerns over “an increase in armed night robberies” in the area. (more…)

With peace, farmers can produce more food – FAO

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in South Sudan has called upon the transitional government to consolidate peace to...

Rita to spend her prize money on orphans, street children

The award-winning peace activist has vowed to extend support through her prize to orphans, street children and empower young women leaders....

Salvatore, Erjok and Chol should be investigated – activist

The three officials who were fired on Wednesday should be investigated for any malpractices while in the office, a civil society activist...

Yambio court convicts seven men of rape crimes

Seven rapists have been convicted of the crime in Western Equatoria State and sentenced to prison. (more…)

South Sudanese are yet to enjoy peace dividends – US

South Sudanese have yet to see tangible benefits from the political commitments made by their leaders despite the signing of the peace...

The peace deal should end suffering of citizens – Rita

The winner of the global Women Building Peace Award says the peace process in South Sudan should be about ending the suffering of the...

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