21st May 2022
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Radio Jonglei CEO admits editorial fault, apologizes

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 20 hours ago

The Chief Executive Officer of Radio Jonglei has described as a mistake ‘missing’ to air the remarks of the state governor on the SPLA...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 21 hours ago

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

Author: Koang Pal | Published: 23 hours ago

Terekeka set to host Jonglei in wrestling match Saturday

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Gold exploration begins in EES

A mining company has started gold exploration in Eastern Equatoria state.  (more…)

Civil servants receive Feb salaries

Civil servants under the national government are getting their February salaries starting from today, an official has said. (more…)

About 5,000 S Sudanese scholars face financial constraints in Egypt

South Sudan’s ambassador to Egypt says South Sudanese students in Egypt are suffering. (more…)

Grenade blast kills a boy in Aweil East

A 12 year old boy was killed when a grenade exploded in Northern Bhar el Ghazal state on Sunday. (more…)

Soldier killed in Rumbek gun-search

At least one soldier was killed during a gun-search exercise in Lakes state on Saturday. (more…)

Gov’t releases seized UN trucks

The UN trucks that were seized this month in Rumbek have been released, an official in Lakes state has said. (more…)

NBGS confirms two cases of measles

Health authorities in Northern Bahr el Ghazal have confirmed two cases of measles infection in the state. (more…)

Who’s in control of Manyo County?

There is controversy between an army commander and the Commissioner of Manyo over the control of the County in Upper Nile state....

WBGS, Warrap meet to end pastoralist-farmer dispute

Local authorities from Western Bhar el Ghazal and Warrap are meeting today to find ways to prevent misunderstanding between farmers and...

‘Religious groups can rebuild trust between S Sudan and the West’

A religious leader says faith-based organizations can be useful in rebuilding trust between the government and Western countries....

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