23rd February 2019
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UK envoy Trott appointed ambassador to S.Sudan

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: 3 days ago

The UK Special Representative for Sudan and South Sudan – Chris Trott - has been appointed ambassador to South Sudan. (more…)

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: 4 days ago

R-JMEC: Gov’t peace ownership key to success

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: 1 week ago

Ruling elites ‘hijack S.Sudan’- Enough Project

Published: 2 weeks ago

AU gets new boss

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IGAD experts seek information on state boundaries

A team from the regional body - IGAD has asked the South Sudan Council of States to avail maps and information regarding the state...

NCAC finally completes its task

The National Constitutional Amendment Committee has handed over the amended Transitional Constitution to the minister of justice and...

Kiir threatens to lay off corrupt military commanders

President Salva Kiir has threatened to discharge corrupt military commanders from service. (more…)

National MPs rewarded themselves 1.2 million pounds each

National MPs have been offered 1.2 million pounds each to return to their respective constituencies to preach the new peace deal. The...

SPLM is weak and divided – Kiir

The Chairperson of the SPLM has said the incumbent ruling party is weak because the members are divided. (more…)

Rift within SSOA bad for Re-ARCSS – Analyst

Members of the South Sudan Opposition Alliance should put aside their individual interests and focus on implementing the revitalized peace...

Cracks emerge within SSOA over Gadet’s leadership

Some members of the South Sudan Opposition Alliance have protested against the election of Peter Gatdet as the new chairman of the...

TGoNU urges SSOA to sign peace deal

The government is calling on the Opposition Alliance to sign the Khartoum agreement on governance so that total peace returns to the...

Kiir accepts Bashir’s invitation to sign Khartoum peace deal

President Salva Kiir has accepted an invitation by his counterpart to attend and sign the final peace agreement in Khartoum next week....

Peter Biar’s family calls for his release

The family of the political activist who was arrested over the weekend is calling on the authorities to either charge and take him to court...

Kiir, Kuol apologize to families of the martyrs

The government has admitted that it has vehemently failed to live up to the expectation of the martyrs of the 21 years of the civil war,...

TGoNU urges SSOA to sign peace deal

The government is calling on the Opposition Alliance to sign the Khartoum agreement on governance so that total peace returns to the...

Why SSOA is not signing the Khartoum deal on governance

South Sudan Opposition Alliance has raised four issues of contention in the Khartoum Agreement on governance as being the main obstacles to...

UK travel warning is irrelevant – Ateny

The recent UK travel advisory against South Sudan is irrelevant, says the Presidential Press Secretary. (more…)

Parties initialize peace deal in Khartoum

The government and the main opposition group have initialed a peace deal in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum. (more…)

UK issues travel advisory against S. Sudan

The UK government on Wednesday issued a travel advisory against South Sudan citing reports of fighting and criminality. (more…)

Gov’t urged to spend less on military in 2018/19 budget

The government should spend less on military in the next fiscal year budget in order to improve the economy, says the Joint Monitoring and...

U.S threatens to stop funding S. Sudan

The United States says it will not fund the transitional government in absence of demonstrated commitment to peace, inclusivity, financial...

Khartoum parties urged not to ‘give away’ S. Sudan’s natural resources

Members of the Civil Society Coalition on Natural Resources are urging the parties to the peace talks in Khartoum not to sign a deal that...

Egypt’s president visit delays initialing Khartoum deal

The parties may not initial the latest Khartoum proposal on governance on Thursday due to an expected state visit by the Egyptian...

‘South Sudan has become a field of experiments’

President Salva Kiir has accused the international community of trying out on South Sudan conflict resolution ideas that have never been...

Parties not likely to sign deal soon

The Minister of Information says parties in Khartoum are not likely to sign a peace deal on Tuesday after the mediators came up with a new...

Gov’t disappointed by final power-sharing proposal

The government has expressed disappointment over the final draft of the power-sharing deal presented to them by mediators in Khartoum....

Arms embargo to stop the violence, says US’ Nikki Haley

An arms embargo imposed on South Sudan will protect the civilians and stop the violence, Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United...