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TNLA adjourns the sitting due to absence of support staff – Paul Yoane

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 21 hours ago

The chairperson for information committee at the national parliament said there were no parliamentary sittings since last week because of...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 22 hours ago

Project to double the number of lions underway – WCS

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Saturday, May 18, 2019

About 70 suspected cattle raiders arrested in W.Lakes

Published: Saturday, May 18, 2019

About 70 suspected cattle raiders arrested in W.Lakes

Published: Friday, May 17, 2019

Hotel stops offering meals to peace delegates

Published: Monday, May 13, 2019

IDPs in Malakal ready to go home-IOM

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Museveni’s advise to Kiir: Colonial boundaries the best option, but prioritize citizens’ welfare

Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has advised South Sudanese leaders not be consumed by fights over boundaries, saying they should...

Violations by some police due to “ignorance”- Jubek official

A minister in Jubek State says police are violating laws in Juba because he says they do not know laws. Members of the public have been...

S.Sudan poses threat to US foreign policy – Donald Trump

The United States says the situation in South Sudan continues to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to its national security and...

S. Sudanese refugees call upon leaders to visit them

South Sudanese Refugees in Uganda are calling on the leaders to pay them visits as part of their commitment to the peace deal....

It’s up to S. Sudanese to decide on interim govt, says Envoy Wais

It is up to the people of South Sudan to choose to form an interim government or not. (more…)

Eminent personality Rebecca Nyandeng signs R-ARCSS

Eminent personality Rebecca Nyandeng has finally signed the revitalized peace agreement. (more…)

SPLA-IO distances itself from attack in Latjor

The SPLA-IO has distanced itself from the attack on a peace delegation in which an MP representing Latjor State was killed on...

Boundary committee submits report to IGAD

The Technical Boundary Committee has submitted its final report today to the IGAD mediation in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (more…)

S.Sudan, Sudan set to reopen border

The governments of South Sudan and Sudan are expected to open bilaterally the common border between the two countries within one month....

Biar’s wife hopeful for husband’s release after being arraigned in court

The wife to the political detainee, Peter Biar Ajak, has welcomed the first court appearance of her husband saying this will eventually...

At least 15 killed in Wau dispute

At least 15 people have been killed and 20 others injured in Kwajina County, Wau State following an attack in the area over the weekend....

United Nations extends UNMISS mandate for one year

The United Nations Security Council has extended the mandate of its peacekeeping mission in South Sudan for one year. (more…)

Women demand equality enshrined in the various laws

As South Sudan partake in the International Women Day today, women leaders and activists have told the South Sudanese women to unreservedly...

IGAD warns NAS leader against delay to rejoin R-ARCSS

IGAD has warned it will consider NAS leader as peace spoiler should he fail to rejoin the peace agreement. (more…)

“FVP Taban has no powers to dismiss us”, says dissident MP

A member of parliament representing SPLM – IO at Transitional National Legislative Assembly says  First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai,...

S.Sudan, Vietnam to strengthen ties

South Sudan and Vietnam have signed a joint communiqué on establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries. The deal was...

Insecurity hinders access to 23,000 people in Yei River

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says that aid agencies are unable to reach 23,000 people around Yei  area due...

Political violence “dramatically” declines

South Sudan political violence has declined in the country, the head of UN mission has said. (more…)

Gbudwe MPs warn cabinet against public funds mismanagement

Gbudwe lawmakers have threatened to punish state government officials should any one of them misappropriate public funds this time....

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