3 Sep 2015


The South Sudan’s Committee for National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation, has commissioned more than 50 newly trained Peace Advocates in Eastern Equatoria State to campaign for peace within South Sudanese communities.
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) today announced the start of a relocation programme for 510 foreign nationals who have been living at one of the UNMISS protection-of-civilians (PoC) sites at UNMISS headquarters along the Yei Road in Juba.
The Council of Ministers in its regular meeting last Friday applauded the initiative by President Salva Kiir Mayardit in signing the Peace Agreement urging the citizens to support the peace deal.
Clean up campaign in Wau town begins with residents joining in to clean up the town at Wau roundabout. [Photo| James Deng Dimo]
A three-day general cleaning of Wau town has begun with the town Municipal Council’s Deputy Mayor, Santino Manut Akec asking hotel owners, traders and residents to maintain hygiene.
The Presidential Advisor on Economic Affairs, Hon. Aggrey Tisa Sabuni said that South Sudan has high chances of being admitted to the East African Community.
Japanese Ambassador to South Sudan, Kiya Masahiko meets with pupils at the Nur Primary School.[Photo| Jok Mayom]
Japan's Ambassador to South Sudan, Kiya Masahiko, paid a one-day visit to Upper Nile's Maban County last Thursday to show solidarity with the refugees and appreciate the impact of Japan's aid contribution on refugees' living conditions.
“The President showed the mercy he has for the people of South Sudan by signing the document. I now appeal to all the citizens to forget their differences and forgive all those who wrong them so that the implementation of the peace process starts”


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