20 Aug 2014

Vice President James Wani Igga during his metting With CHMC President Lu Wenjun in July in Beijing. [Courtesy photo]
South Sudan’s Vice President, HE James Wani Igga, met recently with delegations from the Chinese Hydroelectric Corporation (CHC) and China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC) to discuss the implementation of developmental projects in the country.
Mrs. Odetta Mborige speaks to press at Makpandu refugee camp, Yambio [photo by Joseph Nashion]
In a timely reminder that refugees move in complex ways throughout the region, a woman who fled Central African Republic to South Sudan’s Western Equatoria state tells her story and shares her hopes, to return home and one day see her family again.
A section of CSO represenattives join the AU CoI delegation in Torit for a group photo [photo by Peter Lokale]
While requesting the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), which leads the on-going South Sudan’s peace negotiation process between the government and rebels in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian Capital, to continue maintaining complete neutrality...
The first post-war governor of Warrap State, Lewis Anei Madut Kuendit, has now written two books. The first is titled “The History of the Dinka People” while the second one is titled “Dinka Religion”.
Western Bahr El Ghazal Governor Rizik Hassan [photo by James Deng Dimo]
Western Bahr el Ghazal state (WBGS) governor Rizik Zackaria Hassan will visit the Egyptian capital Cairo next week, in what is thought to be a bid to strengthen his calls to have the South Sudanese capital moved to Wau.
Chairperson of EESCSN Simon Ebul (standing) briefs the visiting AU CoI's delegation. [Gurtong]
Eastern Equatoria state (EES) Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have strongly pushed for their participation in the peace talks in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian Capital. The CSO representatives earlier this week met with a visiting delegation of African Union Commission of Inquiry (AU CoI).
Rebel soldiers [File photo | AFP]
Ayod County commissioner, Michael Both Malwal, confirms that rebel forces have again violated the Cessation of Hostilities (CoH) agreement, launching a ground attack at 6am today. The number of casualties is currently unknown.


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