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The South Sudan Business community chairperson, Ayii Duong has said the railway line linking South Sudan and Sudan which was closed five years ago will resume its business operation in the coming two months. Read more
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06 January 2018 | Comments (0)
Forces belonging to a former Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) colonel, attacked SPLA position in Kapuri, the Army Spokesperson confirmed on Friday. Read more
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05 January 2018 | Comments (1)
The Ministry of General Education and Instruction has postponed the South Sudan Certificate Examination (SCE) that was set to start on the 5th of February for one week due lack of funds. Read more
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04 January 2018 | Comments (2)
"...the international community and South Sudanese warring parties, sound positive and willing to uphold the ceasefire. But how? is what people would like to ascertain". Read more
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04 January 2018 | Comments (1)
The Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) yesterday said rebel forces have violated the cessation of hostilities agreement in eight locations across the country. Read more
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04 January 2018 | Comments (0)
The government of Uganda has come up with a plan to avoid conflicts within refugees in Uganda by electing their own leaders within the settlements to control conflicts. Read more
04 January 2018 | Comments (0)
Every 10 Ugandan and refugee schoolgirls in 20 stays away from class due to menstruation because they cannot afford to buy sanitary pads. Read more
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Despite the challenges, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) and its 17 partner organizations have seemingly progressed well when it comes to HIV care in the massive settlements of refugees. Read more
03 January 2018 | Comments (0)
South Sudan’s Minister of Higher Education, Yien Oral Lam has said that the government will soon pay off all school fees arrears for South Sudanese students on government scholarship studying in Harare Zimbabwe. Read more
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03 January 2018 | Comments (0)
A peace conference between the communities of Thiik of Ngap-agok County in Tonj East and the Jel of Wau began today with an aim of bring peace and reconciliation between the two conflicting communities. Read more
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