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6th Governors’ Forum calls for lifting of arms embargo

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: 12 hours ago

Participants at the 6th Governors' Forum in Juba have appealed to the international community to lift the arms embargo imposed on the...

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: 13 hours ago

Shiekh Musa Papiti quits politics to become humanitarian

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: 15 hours ago

Public warned not to drink from just-opened water plant for 3 days

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WFP allocates more than $55 million for assisting about 400,000 violence-affected people

A UN agency has launched an emergency program to provide food assistance to people affected by the crisis in the country. (more…)

David Yau Yau asks for a separate state for Kachipo, Anyuak, Jie and Murle

Former insurgent leader David Yau Yau has appealed to the government to establish a separate state for Pibor County in Jonglei state....

Bentiu stabilizes, Governor urges those who fled to return

The caretaker governor of Unity State has urged people who have fled Bentiu to return home after the SPLA retook the town from soldiers...

CES: About 5000 8th grade candidates sit school leaving exams

Nearly five thousand eight-grade candidates are sitting their final examinations in Central Equatoria, including children who have sought...

Juba, Khartoum ink a deal to resume Unity’s oil production

The Ministry of Petroleum and Sudan's Ministry of oil have signed an agreement to resume oil production in Unity state. (more…)

EES warns its new police graduates against involvement in political upheaval

Eastern Equatoria's state governor has warned new police graduates in Torit against taking part in political upheaval. (more…)

U.S says it’ll continue to pressure warring parties

The U.S government says it will continue to put pressure on the warring parties in order to end the violence in South Sudan. (more…)

‘We have fuel’ – Oil ministry

The Ministry of Petroleum Mining and Industry says it has brought in more fuel to Juba to help contain the severe shortage. (more…)

UN: Violence displaces about 400,000 civilians in South Sudan

A UN estimate puts the latest number of people to have been displaced by the crisis in South Sudan at almost 400,000. (more…)

Reopening of Leer midwifery school postponed due to violence

The Presbyterian Relief Development Agency says it has postponed the reopening of their Midwifery school in Leer, Unity state until further...

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