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Peace parties urged to shun defections

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, October 20, 2020

An official representing SSOA at CTSAMM-VM has urged the parties to the revitalized peace agreement to discourage defections among ...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Thursday, October 15, 2020

Vatican organizes special meeting with gov’t, holdout groups

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Tuesday, October 13, 2020

South Sudan peace talks in Rome end in stalemate

Published: Tuesday, October 13, 2020

South Sudan peace talks in Rome end in stalemate

Published: Saturday, October 10, 2020

Gov’t, SSOMA resume peace talks in Rome

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‘Nobody will temper with’ 35% women representation

President Salva Kiir has promised to offer women 35 percent representation as provided for in the new peace deal. (more…)

More than 12, 000 S. Sudanese voluntarily return to Fashoda

More than 12 thousand people have returned to Fashoda from Sudan just in a span of one week, according to the State information minister. ...

President Kiir urges parties to focus on peace

President Salva Kiir has called on the peace parties to focus on the future of South Sudan despite failure by the western countries to fund...

Embassy intervenes in Maj. Achuil’s case

The South Sudan Embassy in Kampala says it is engaging Ugandan authorities in releasing the detained female (more…)

Jonglei cabinet tackles land issue

The state council of ministers in Jonglei has set up a five-member committee to address a land issue. (more…)

Japan donates $1 million peace funds to NPTC

The government of Japan has offered the National Pre-Transitional Committee $ 1 million . (more…)

Church calls on parties to respect ceasefire

The South Sudan Council of Churches is appealing to the peace parties to respect the ceasefire agreement. (more…)

National ceasefire monitors accuse int’l community of ‘sabotage’

Some members of the ceasefire monitor (CTSAM-VM)  have accused the international community of hindering (more…)

CTSAM-VM alleges ‘increased’ plans to attack NAS, SSPDF dismisses claims

The ceasefire monitoring body is insisting that government and SPLA-IO forces are planning to launch an offensive against armed group under...

“Bring NAS leader into agreement,” CTSAM-VM urges IGAD

The ceasefire monitoring body is urging IGAD to bring armed group under Thomas Cirilo into the new peace agreement. (more…)

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