23rd February 2024
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Govt commissions JICA-built Albino Bridge

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The government on Friday commissioned a 12-meter-long Japanese-built Albino bridge linking Kator and Malakia residential areas in the...

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Warrap parliament goes on one-month recess

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WBGS orders petrol stations to reduce fuel prices

Western Bahr el Ghazal State government has directed petrol stations to reduce price of a litter of fuel by three pounds. (more…)

Nation-wide peace campaign launched

The Civil Society Organization, CEPO, has launched a peace campaign, to take place across the country. (more…)

MPs ask for transfer of LCs from finance ministry

The national assembly has asked the government to transfer the management of Letters of Credit from the Ministry of Finance to the Central...

Bakosoro calls for arrest of those behind Maridi killings

The governor of Western Equatoria State has called for arrest of individuals suspected of killing people and burning houses during a random...

A soldier killed in Maridi random shooting

A soldier was shot dead last night in Maridi county Western Equatoria State. Two civilians were wounded in the incident. (more…)

UNSC team meets with officials in Juba

A UN Security Council delegation is in Juba to hold discussions on the humanitarian situation in the country with the government....

Next round of peace talks to be held in SA

The next round of peace talks may be moved from Ethiopia to South Africa this month. (more…)

Maridi death toll rises

Three people were killed and several others displaced in a random shooting yesterday in Maridi town in Western Equatoria State, according...

NLA reviews lecturers’ salaries

The National Legislative Assembly is reviewing the salary structure for lecturers in public universities across the country. (more…)

Warrap withholds salaries of AWOL teachers

Authorities in Warrap State are withholding three-month salaries of teachers accused of absenting from work for several months....

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