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Kiir: After SPLA bombed bridges to cut off enemy, we are building three-fold

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Thursday, June 23, 2022

President Salva Kiir has said his government plans to build three more bridges for every single bridge destroyed by the former SPLA during...

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Saturday, June 18, 2022

‘Menstrual pads shortage keeps school girls home during periods,’ official

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Saturday, June 18, 2022

Official wants over 15 years jail term for child marriage perpetrators

Published: Tuesday, June 14, 2022

EAC leaders, lawmakers to make Swahili compulsory

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Kiir: After SPLA bombed bridges to cut off enemy, we are building three-fold

President Salva Kiir has said his government plans to build three more bridges for every single bridge destroyed by the former SPLA during...

‘Menstrual pads shortage keeps school girls home during periods,’ official

Lack of proper menstrual hygiene products and services forces school-going girls to stay at home during their menstruation phases, says the...

Official wants over 15 years jail term for child marriage perpetrators

The Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare in Central Equatoria State, is pushing for the enactment of laws providing for more than...

Rape survivors demand ‘justice before reconciliation.’

Some survivors of conflict-related sexual violence are demanding justice and accountability prior to healing and reconciliation process in...

EAC leaders, lawmakers to make Swahili compulsory

Leaders and legislators of the East African Community want Kiswahili become compulsory among member states' education syllabuses. They...

MPs tasked to reconcile Tambura societies reeling from conflict

A consultative workshop to support an inter-communal dialogue process for Greater Tambura has concluded with a number of recommendations in...

Parents of baby co-joined with deformed twin sibling, need help

Mother Florence and her husband Alison Peter, a humble couple living quietly in the makeshift Don Bosco Camp in Sherikat, vividly recall...

UNICEF, partners conclude sustainable development program in three states.

The UN children’s agency, UNICEF has said it has successfully concluded a joint Sustainable Development Goals, a program it funds to...

Finance Minister: Boosting local production, a cure for economic downturn

The Minister of Finance and Planning has emphasized on the need to diversify the country’s economy by encouraging local production....

Farmers Union demand revival of fallowed Aweil Rice Scheme

The farmers in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State are calling on both the national and state governments to revive the defunct Aweil rice scheme...

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