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10 January 2018 | Comments (0)
"... itis a time we have to look and go beyond our ethnic lines and perceptions if we want to build a cohesive, united, harmonious and inclusive country in which all participate and feel proud to identify ourselves with it, as no other country we have but only South Sudan..." Read more
Posted in: Opinions
10 January 2018 | Comments (0)
Palorinya refugees settlement in Moyo district streams of noisy motorcycles and cars moving down a busy, dusty market road lined with stalls and shops where South Sudanese refugees and Ugandan locals sell their commodities. Read more
10 January 2018 | Comments (0)
The Local council five Chairpersons of West Nile region under their umbrella organization of West Nile development Agenda (WENDA) convened in Moyo district last Thursday to discuss ways to push for amendments of the Refugees Act 2006. Read more
Posted in: Home
10 January 2018 | Comments (0)
The late retired Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Malakal, Bishop Vincent Mojwok Nyiker who passed on in Khartoum last Friday will be laid to rest in Malakal. Read more
Posted in: Home
09 January 2018 | Comments (2)
The Rwandan President, Paul Kagame is expected to chair the forthcoming session of the AU Assembly of the Heads of State and Government in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa this month from 28th to 29th. Read more
Posted in: Home
09 January 2018 | Comments (0)
A medical doctor who was arrested in mid-December last year in Wau town following an order by a judge has been released on bail. Read more
Posted in: Home
09 January 2018 - Jacob Akol | Comments (0)
"He was roughly 16 years when he left (just a child soldier) home. His name was Koang Gatluak Doar Kwar (I do not know the name he calls himself now if he is alive, perhaps if he did not change his name). His mother is Kangach Yieth Kuenywar Choman." Read more
Posted in: Open Letters
09 January 2018 | Comments (0)
As the deadline for releasing all political detainees, prisoners of war, and abducted children elapses, the government has said there are no political detainees in the country. Read more
Posted in: Home
09 January 2018 | Comments (0)
At least six people have been killed and dozens wounded during an intra-communal clashes in Western Lakes State over the weekend. Read more
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09 January 2018 | Comments (0)
Senior inspector of Public Health in Rumbek town of Western Lakes State , Makur Ater Akoony has announced that the usage of plastic bottles in Rumbek has been banned. Read more
Posted in: Home, Governance
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