1 Dec 2015
Hon. Awut Deng Achuil, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management, file photo
The government of South Sudan today disputed a United Nations report that 7.5 million people in South Sudan are food insecure following the devastating conflict.
Acting Director of Radio, Abednego Malual, DG Paul Madit, (C) J (photo by Mabor Riak Magok).
Members of Jonglei State Legislative Assembly in Bor. [Photo by Juuk Mading]
The government of Jonglei State has concluded a three- month computer training programme for its members of parliament and other government institutions.
Executive Director of CEPO, Edmond Yakani [Photo| Radio Miraya]
Community Empowerment for Progress Organization, CEPO says that 4 civil society activists in Wau have been arrested while 14 civil society organizations are under threat.
Lorries in Yirol West parked due to the poor road conditions. [Photo| Gabriel Mayom]
“The only solution government should do is to fix the road between Yirol to Rumbek town. Many trucks are unable to cross into Aluakluak Payam because Payi area has been covered up with water.”
Pastor Richard Ali, the administrator in the office of the Bishop of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan, Diocese of Yei says that the coming of the SPLM-IO, expected to happen this week has generated hopes of peace to the people of South Sudan.
An activist in Rumbek has welcomed the compromise peace agreement but questions the capacity of the government to deliver basic services to the people.


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