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Cabinet approves amendment for security bills

Author: Woja Emmanuel | Published: Sunday, September 12, 2021

The Council of Ministers has approved three security bills to adapt to the resolutions of the revitalized peace agreement. ...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Sunday, September 5, 2021

Juba Teaching Hospital faces water cut over unpaid bills

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Taking from the poor: A mirror into South Sudan’s gold-mining business

Published: Sunday, August 22, 2021

S. Sudan-Sudan border opens after 11 years of closure

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Cabinet approves amendment for security bills

The Council of Ministers has approved three security bills to adapt to the resolutions of the revitalized peace agreement. ...

Juba Teaching Hospital faces water cut over unpaid bills

The South Sudan Urban Water Corporation has threatened to cut water supply to Juba Teaching Hospital over unpaid arrears. (more…)

Taking from the poor: A mirror into South Sudan’s gold-mining business

For over a year, the 28-year-old made his living as a machine operator at a gold mining company in the bushes of Kapoeta South County,...

Over 20 learners in Nimule catch Coronavirus after recent religious celebration

At least 20 school children have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus in Nimule town, Eastern Equatoria State. (more…)

Joint security force to ‘disrupt’ Juba-Nimule Rd criminal activities

A joint security team has been sent to map out locations where criminals often launch attacks on travelers along the Juba-Nimule highway,...

S. Sudan-Sudan border opens after 11 years of closure

Juba and Khartoum have finally agreed to open border crossings and trade nearly after more than 11 years since closure. (more…)

Humanitarian Day: Tearfund reflects on ‘tragic’ 12 months for aid workers

The Country Director of Tearfund in South Sudan has called for a safe and conducive environment for aid workers in the country....

Terekeka herders ordered to return home within 72 hours

The government of Central Equatoria State has given Terekeka cattle herders 72 hours to leave areas surrounding Juba. (more…)

Six children, four adults die from drowning in Gogrial West

Ten people are reported dead after floods submerged several houses in Gogrial West County of Warrap state. (more…)

Jonglei police probe health worker’s death

Police in Jonglei state are investigating the alleged killing of a clinical officer in Duk County. (more…)

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