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06 April 2018 | Comments (0)
"The warning comes a few days after Juba accused Khartoum of deploying troops along their common border." Read more
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04 April 2018 | Comments (0)
It is 2:15PM, the afternoon’s scorching sun in Juba takes its toll on a group of mechanics in the MSF workshop. Dressed in navy blue overalls with beads of sweat lining their foreheads, the team is hard at work repairing and maintaining MSF’s vehicle fleet. Read more
29 March 2018 | Comments (0)
The Government of Japan has contributed US $1,000,000 for the mine actions project “Enhancing the Humanitarian Mine Action Programme in South Sudan”. Read more
29 March 2018 | Comments (0)
The Commissioner General of South Sudan’s revenue authority has revealed that the country has lost over 750,000 Million South Sudanese Pounds in February alone as a result of NGOs evading tax payments. Read more
Posted in: Home, Governance
29 March 2018 | Comments (0)
Its 8AM, and the MSF compound in Akobo, South Sudan is a hive of activity. In front of the logistics tent, staff carefully load tables, chairs, floor mats, septic boxes, medicines and other supplies into the back of a vehicle. Read more
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27 March 2018 | Comments (0)
Hundreds of youth and the Community Aid for Relief and Development Organization (CARDO) a community based Organization in Wau State on Tuesday turned out to the mark the 2nd annual commemoration of the declaration of peace and cessation of War in the World. Read more
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27 March 2018 | Comments (0)
South Sudan has warned off Sudan for allegedly deploying troops at Kuek in Northern Upper Nile State. Read more
Posted in: Home, Governance
26 March 2018 | Comments (0)
“General Andrew Makur Thou was not looking for a position for himself. He wanted the war to end with justice...I found him very congenial and knowledgeable about the affairs of the country..." Read more
Posted in: Opinions
24 March 2018 | Comments (0)
"The kind of compromise that will help would be for the government to lead, in concrete terms, the dismantling of the portrait of mismanagement they have built around management of national politics and resources since 2005". Read more
Posted in: Opinions
24 March 2018 | Comments (0)
The Ministry of Health in Wau State on Thursday concluded a three day cholea vaccination campaign that targeted 38, 879 sheltering at protection sites within the town. Read more
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