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Augustino consults peace parties on state gov’ts

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The Interim-Chairperson of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission says he is consulting the peace parties over the formation of the...

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Saturday, April 4, 2020

Peace monitor pressure parties to allocate states

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Thursday, April 2, 2020

Sudan peace talks resume in Juba

Published: Thursday, April 2, 2020

Sudan peace talks resume in Juba

Published: Thursday, April 2, 2020

Trump extends US national emergency on S. Sudan

Published: Wednesday, April 1, 2020

R-JMEC urged to break-the-deadlock over states

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Troika urges RTGoNU to start ‘to deliver the peace deal in full’

The United States, United Kingdom and Norway have appealed to the coalition government to expedite the unification processes of all forces...

Defence Minister hopes to unify forces ‘as soon as possible’

South Sudan's first-ever female and civilian Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs says she will work hard in collaboration with her...

Activist threatens to sue the government for negligence

An activist has threatened to sue the government if it does not stop the communal fighting across the country.   (more…)

MPs want reconstitution of the new parliament delayed

Some parliamentarians have suggested that the reconstitution of the new parliament should be delayed for weeks due to  (more…)

Nyandeng demands for three female governors

Three women must be appointed as governors in states to realize a 35 percent share of women in the peace deal, Vice President Rebecca ...

SPLM/A-IO deputy chief of staff joins Kiir

Former SPLA-IO Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration and Finance, Lt. Gen. James Koang with the other three generals say they have ...

UNMISS blamed for not delivering food, drugs to cantonment site 

The head of the Joint Transitional Security Committee in greater Bahr el ghazal has blamed the United Nations Mission in South Sudan for...

Businessman donates food to starving peace soldiers

A South Sudanese businessman has donated 150 tons of food items to five cantonment sites in the greater Bahr el Ghazal region....

Hunger drives away peace soldiers from Wau training center

A significant number of soldiers from the government side are allegedly leaving the Masna Bira training center in Wau over lack of food and...

Vice President Nyandeng urges women to ‘promote human rights’

Vice President, Rebecca Nyandeng De Mabior has called on women to proclaim International Women’s Day as a day to promote and encourage...

Why Queen’s daughter-in-law made the first royal visit to S. Sudan

A member of the British Royal Family made a historic first royal visit to South Sudan to raise awareness around the issue of gender-based...

Media regulator denies violation of press freedom, opinion

The media authority in South Sudan has rejected a report by the UN human rights commission that claimed the government has continued to...

Death row prisoner set free after reconciliation

A death row prisoner has been set free after his family and the family of a man he killed reconciled recently. (more…)

SSPDF suspends rotation of peacekeepers from Asian countries

The South Sudan People's Defense Force has ordered UNMISS to suspend rotation of peacekeepers from Asian countries, the army spokesperson...

MPs set to get additional $25, 000 despite public outcry

Parliamentarians in the transitional national legislative assembly will soon receive another $25, 000 each as health insurance, a member...

Rome talks resume Monday

Peace talks will resume on Monday in Rome, between armed opposition groups that have not joined the peace process and the governmen...

Officer blames soldiers’ suffering on ministerial controversy

The disagreements over allocation of ministerial portfolios have hampered the implementation of security arrangements, an SPLA-IO official ...

Unity government without a unified force is risky – analyst

The security sector poses a threat to the unity government if the security arrangement is not implemented on time, a political analyst has...

One person killed in latest Kwajina clashes

A farmer has been killed and four cattle raiders wounded in clashes involving farmers and cattle keepers in Mapel area of Western Bahr el ...

“The hardest work” starts now, US tells Kiir, Riek

The United States has welcomed the formation of the government of national unity, saying "real work begins now". (more…)

Machar, Igga, Taban, Nyandeng take oath as Kiir’s deputies

Vice presidents of the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity have today taken the oath of office at the State House J1....

Kiir dissolves gov’t, appoints Machar, others in new unity gov’t

President Salva Kiir has issued several decrees this evening, dissolving the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU), and...

Abiy, Museveni, and Burhan expected in Juba tomorrow

The Ethiopian Prime Minister, Ugandan and Sudanese Presidents are expected in Juba to witness the swearing-in ceremony of the Vice...

Focus on people’s needs, aid group urges unity gov’t

The re-constituted government of national unity should now prioritize the needs of the people of South Sudan, The Norwegian Refugee ...

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