24th May 2022
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Here’s why wrestling match in Terekeka ended in dramatic draw

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 11 hours ago

The wrestling matches between Central Equatoria and Jonglei states ended in a dramatic draw over the weekend. (more…)

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Friday, May 20, 2022

Amref trained about 1,000 S. Sudanese health workers in 50 years

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Thursday, May 5, 2022

Meet John Wulu, journalist once banned from practising journalism

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Gov’t urged to promote learning of mathematics and science in schools

The Japan International Cooperation Agency has called on the government to promote teaching and learning of mathematics and science in...

Meet Juan, 24-year-old amputee making a living from small business

Meet a 24-year-old amputee entrepreneur who has ventured in the small scale business to earn a living. (more…)

South Sudan basketball team proving to be next African giant

The South Sudan men’s basketball team has yet again made history in the FIBA Basketball World Cup African qualifier after topping Group B...

Update: Why some youth don’t want ‘New’ Jur River bridge named after Clement Mboro

Some youth leaders in Jur River County of Western Bahr el Ghazal have rejected a decision by the national government to name new Jur River...

Authorities concerned with rising numbers of suicide cases being reported

Authorities are concerned with the rising numbers of suicide cases in South Sudan. (more…)

Why some women in Upper Nile opt to be peace mediators

Some women in Upper Nile State have opted to be peace mediators and formed Women Peace Mediators' Networks to help them participate in...

Youth urged to engage in small scale businesses, shun blame games

A group of young entrepreneurs in Juba are encouraging youth in the country to engage in businesses and stop blaming the government over...

UNICEF to construct over 2,000 classrooms in conflict and flood-affected areas

The UN children’s agency - UNICEF has announced plans to construct over 2000 classrooms in conflict and flood devastated areas where...

Editor’s Note: Apology to Media Authority

On January 03, 2022, Eye Radio published a news story on its website and social media platforms titled: “Museveni’s son, Gen. Muhoozi...

Achai Wiir donates food, non-food items to over 300 orphans in Juba

A business woman and philanthropist, Achai Wiir has donated food and non-food items worth millions of pounds to over 300 orphans in Juba. ...

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