19th June 2021
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DPOC employees call off their short-lived industrial strike

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 6 hours ago

The staff of the Dar Petroleum Operating Company have returned to work without resolving the issues that made them go on strike....

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 7 hours ago

Motorists to witness continuous sluggish traffic on Juba Bridge

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 7 hours ago

‘Gelweng’ youth handover suspected child molesters to police

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Aid agencies get $11m to provide clean water, food to S Sudanese

Aid agencies in South Sudan will receive $11 million for the provision of clean water, shelter, and food for people in need. (more…)

Peace presidency doesn’t value legislature – Muhandis

An activist has criticized the Presidency for delaying the swearing-in ceremony of the new members of the reconstituted transitional...

S.Sudan experienced high levels of food crisis, violence in May – UN report

The month of May has been characterized by high levels of food insecurity, violence, and cattle raids in South Sudan, a new report by the...

15 bodies of S. Sudanese children drowned in Nile River recovered

The bodies of fifteen South Sudanese children who died in the Nile River in Sudan more than two weeks ago have been recovered, this is...

17 more people die in Lakes violence

More than 17 people have been killed and 22 others wounded in another communal fighting over the weekend in Lakes State. (more…)

Health workers call off sit-down strike

The South Sudan health professionals have called off their sit-down strike that was to begin on Monday morning. Last week, the health...

G7 summit: China says small groups do not rule the world

China has warned the G7 leaders that the days when a "small" group of countries decided the fate of the world were long gone. ...

World Bank allocates $116 million for poverty-reduction projects in S.Sudan

  The World Bank has allocated $116 million to address acute food insecurity and desert locust crisis in South Sudan. (more…)

Unity pleads for more time as doctors demand justice for slain colleague

Authorities in Unity State have called on doctors who want to go on strike to give them more time to investigate the killing of their...

Police concerned over ‘growing’ communal tension in Rumbek East

  Police in Lakes State have raised concerns over "high tensions" as two communities have reportedly mobilized to attack each other...

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