17th September 2019
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Millions still desperate a year after peace pact

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Wednesday, September 4, 2019

One year on from the signing of the peace agreement, millions of South Sudanese remain displaced as the country continues to face a...

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Wau health workers accuse management of corruption

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Thursday, August 15, 2019

Lawyer of detained civil aviation authority CEO speaks

Published: Thursday, August 15, 2019

Lawyer of detained civil aviation authority CEO speaks

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Liquid Telecom set to provide fibre optic network in S. Sudan

South Sudan will be connected to the rest of the world with fibre optics network within the period of three months, Liquid Telecom Company...

Torit court finds three men guilty of child marriage

A Torit court has sentenced to three years in jail, three men, for marrying off an underage girl in Kapoeta. (more…)

Council of States grill Finance Minister over 2% oil money

The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning has asked for more time to explain to the Council of States where the money allocated to the...

EAC tables $111m budget proposals to EALA for financial year 2019/2020

The East Africa Community has on Wednesday presented for consideration, budget estimates for the Financial Year 2019/2020, totaling over...

Juba advised against closing down Oslo, Paris embassies

A political analyst has criticized the plan by the government to close some foreign embassies, saying it would hurt the country’s...

Suspected Torit rapist on the loose terrorizes victim’s family

A suspected rapist on the loose in Torit has displaced a family that had reported him to authorities after accusing him of sexually...

Students & police clash during a school riot in Bor town

Police in Jonglei State opened fire on protesting school children in Bor town this morning, wounding two. (more…)

Western equatoria region hosts stakeholder’s forum on revitalized agreement

Four governors of the states in the Western Equatoria region are discussing Chapter III of the revitalized peace agreement in Maridi State....

High court sentences Biar, Kerubino

The High Court has sentenced businessman Kerubino Wol Agok to 13 years, and a political activist Peter Biar Ajak to two years...

Financial constraints forced cuts in foreign missions & personnel -Nhial Deng

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed reports of downsizing on the number of employees in South Sudan embassies abroad due to...

Immigration officers arrested for issuing visas illegally

The Minister of Interior says some immigration officers have been arrested for illegally issuing visas to foreign nationals in the country....

Project to benefit 1,000 youth launched in Juba

The government and its development partners launched a Youth Innovation challenge in Juba this morning. (more…)

Arman’s family calls for his release

The family of the detained prominent Opposition figure in Sudan is calling for his release. (more…)

Kiir appoints Rebecca Garang to spearhead SPLM Political Bureau expansion

The chairperson of the SPLM has issued a decree instituting a committee that shall facilitate the expansion of the ruling party’s highest...

Raila Odinga calls for timely formation of unity gov’t in S.Sudan

The African Union Envoy for Infrastructure Development has called on the parties to the peace agreement to redouble their efforts in...

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

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

Project to double the number of lions underway – WCS

The Wildlife Conversation Society is working on a project aimed at doubling the number of lions in South Sudan by 2050, the Society’s...

About 70 suspected cattle raiders arrested in W.Lakes

At least 70 people suspected of raiding cattles in Western Lakes have been arrested by the state government. (more…)

Hotel stops offering meals to peace delegates

A hotel in Juba says it has been instructed by the pre-transitional committee to stop offering meals to peace delegates. (more…)

IDPs in Malakal ready to go home-IOM

A report conducted by IOM and UNHCR shows that nearly half of the displaced people in Malakal are ready to go back home. (more…)

RJMEC meets to discuss road-map to revitalized peace agreement

Parties to the revitalized peace agreement are meeting in Juba to draw a new road-map for the implementation of the pending issues in the...

Deployment of heavy security forces normal routine-Inspector General of Police

The Inspector General of Police says that the heavy presence of organized forces in the streets of Juba is in preparation for the 16th of...

12, 000 joint force needed to form the VIP protection unit – SPLA-IO

At least a complete division of ten to twelve thousand joint force is needed to form the VIP protection unit, the deputy spokesperson for...

Irregular salaries reason soldiers set up road blocks

The spokesperson of the national parliament says armed forces should be paid salaries in time in an attempt to reduce the number of...

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