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Poorly paid but wealthy army generals – reportVice President Hussein Abdelbagi tests positive for Covid-19Gender minister blames impunity for endless rape casesRumbek girl beaten to death for ‘getting pregnant’Coronavirus patient escapes quarantine in Maper

Poorly paid but wealthy army generals – report

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 12 hours ago

Some of them started off as privates in the early 1980s, during the outbreak of the 21-year civil war. With time and experience, they...

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 14 hours ago

Vice President Hussein Abdelbagi tests positive for Covid-19

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 14 hours ago

Gender minister blames impunity for endless rape cases

Published: 22 hours ago

3 die in latest Ruweng cattle raid

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I’m happy I served the country – Jok Riak

The former Chief of Defense Forces, Gen. Gabriel Jok Riak, has welcomed his dismissal, saying he is happy he served the country....

Peace monitor asks IGAD to break states deadlock

South Sudan’s peace monitor has called on the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) to intervene and address the deadlock...

Russia donates $1m for fighting locusts in South Sudan

The Russian Federation has donated one million US dollars to support the fight against desert locust in South Sudan. (more…)

Covid-19 cases surpass 200

South Sudan's coronavirus cases have exceeded 200 on Wednesday after the high-level taskforce on Covid-19 announced nine more people had...

14 killed in Cuei-bet, Lakes State

At least 14 people have reportedly been killed after a pregnant woman was gang-raped in Cuei-bet County of Lakes State. (more…)

NAS accuses gov’t of onslaught, gov’t denies

The National Salvation Front has accused the government of declaring an all-out war on its bases. (more…)

Kiir considers total lockdown amid rising Covid-19 cases

President Salva Kiir says South Sudan may impose total lockdown if the Covid-19 situation worsens in the country. (more…)

Covid-19: Employees to work full time

The high-level taskforce on COVID-19 has directed employees to return to full-time work. (more…)

Cleric calls for compromise on state allocations

A church leader has called on the peace parties to compromise and form the state governments as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the...

S. Sudan COVID-19 cases close to 200

South Sudan has recorded 20 new more cases of coronavirus, a day after announcing 18 cases. (more…)

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