29 Mar 2015
South Sudan Health experts during a meeting for the formation of National Polio Certification Committee [Photo| Jok P Mayom]
Health experts in South Sudan have formed a National Polio Certification Committee to ensure the country is certified polio-free and can manage any possible cases that might arise.
 
Business people in Jonglei state have raised concern about the increment of market prices which has been caused by the shortage of the US dollars in the country.
Korean peacekeepers have started building a levee to help prevent flooding in a village in Jonglei state.
Inter-border Peace partners for the Arab Messeriya and Dinka Ngok of Abyei region have scheduled a peace conference between the two tribes for the the second week of April 2015.
Mary Emilio Bafuka Gurtong [File photo]
“The election of Bafuka as the first female deputy speaker in Western Bahr el Ghazal state means a great significance in promoting gender balance in the state,” said the speaker Mario Nyibang John.
The traders Union in Abyei are facing a major challenge in the transportation of their goods due to the deplorable conditions of roads linking Abyei to other states and neighbouring Sudan.
“There is no human casualties although materials got destroyed, the equipment, the fridges the offices, computers, the stores drugs for the county, the whole consignment that we just sent in two weeks ago got burnt completely. So there are damages but no human casualties.”

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