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“No monkeypox case in Kapoeta,” authorities say

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

The health authorities in Eastern Equatoria State say medical experts investigating the reports of a monkeypox have found no prevalence of...

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: Monday, June 20, 2022

Former Nilepet Managing Director dies in Dubai, UAE

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Sunday, June 19, 2022

Around one billion people in the world are mentally ill: WHO

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Lawyers file suit at EAC court to block S. Sudan-Egypt dredging deal

South Sudan's dredging deal with the Egyptian government has been challenged before the East Africa Court of Justice by lawyers. ...

Public urged to donate blood as S. Sudan marks World Blood Donor Day

South Sudan blood bank has called on the citizens to donate blood to save lives as the country celebrates the World Blood Donor Day...

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...

13 dead in Boma after drinking from toxic river running from Ethiopian goldmine

13 people are reported dead in Boma of Pibor Administrative Area, after drinking from a river alleged to have been poisoned with toxic...

“My brother told me they just wait to bury me”, teen born HIV positive battles stigma

A 17-year-old girl born HIV positive says she is battling stigma and discrimination after resorting to a challenging life years after...

Renk hospital parks ambulances due to fuel shortage

A medical officer in Renk County of Upper Nile says a severe fuel shortage in the area has compelled ambulances to stop mobility, making it...

Juba Mayor warns reckless waste disposal amounts to criminal offense

The Mayor of Juba, Michael Ladu Allah-Jabu has promised tough punitive measures against individuals randomly disposing wastes in the...

Cholera cases surge to 111 in Unity State’s crowded camps

Health authorities in Unity State have recorded more than a hundred cholera cases at the Internally Displaced Persons’ Camps of Rubkona...

39,000 young people infected with HIV in 3 years – MoH

The Ministry of Health has disclosed that 39,000 young people including women were infected with HIV and AIDs between 2019 and 2021. Dr....

Hospital data shows surge of HIV/AIDs among young people

An aid worker has warned of a surge of HIV and Aids among young people in South Sudan. (more…)

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