The Presidential Press Secretary announced that the second round of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement intra-party dialogue started in Arusha, Tanzania on Thursday.
Central Equatoria Member of Parliament representing Nyepo Payam in Kajo-Keji County urged the government not to entertain communities moving with guns.
The National Constitutional Review Commission Chairperson said the ongoing conflict which erupted in December 2013 in Juba and spread to other states “adversely affected” their activities.
Unknown armed men attacked and looted the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan Yei Diocese Bishop at gun point at his residence last night.
Eastern Equatoria government refuted as false allegation, SPLA in opposition claims of attack along Juba-Nimule highway on Tuesday night.
Community Empowerment Organization or CEPO Executive Director called on negotiations delegates to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia talks to compromise on power sharing to realize peace in the country.
Tonj South County in Warrap State OV Supervisor on Tuesday said they recorded 31 people test positive with cases of blindness caused by a fly at the river bank from January to December.
Radio Bakhita scheduled Saturday for graduating its 9th batch of twenty-three journalists after undergoing six-month journalism training in Juba.
South Sudanese Network for Democracy and Elections or SSuNDE said considering insecurity level in some states and great number of displaced citizens in the country, it is inappropriate to conduct elections in 2015 as initially planned and provided for in the Transitional Constitution.
Payam Administrators from the ten Counties in Western Equatoria State in collaboration with Yambio County Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday inspected Yambio town market.