Western Equatoria anonymous resident of Mundri area says continuous government military gunship bombing for more than a week left over 300 citizens hiding in bushes dead, rotting without burial.
Yei Municipal Health Inspector urges citizens to join hands in getting rid of facilitators of waterborne diseases.
Eastern Equatoria Assembly Business Committee of Health, Social Development, Gender, Youth and Sports pledges to investigate irregularities at Torit Hospital after some staff petitioned the House on their admission.
Voice of Women Club in Wau, Western Bahr El Ghazal State on Wednesday conducted a one-day workshop to equip its members with skills on UN Security Council Resolution 1325 and gender-based violence.
The office of the Presidency is urging the European Union or EU to respect President Salva Kiir Mayardit’s decision of creating more states in South Sudan.
Eve Organization for Women Development points out economic situation and insecurity as a big problem especially the rampant killings going on and the unnecessary rise in prices, expecting the government to put more measures on how to safeguard citizens and reduce the cost of living but not creating new states.
Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference or SCBC Secretary-General said “creation of new states is for national development”.
Yei Mayor during the election of the County Paramount Chief Joseph Brown Lomose warns chiefs against resolving matters while drunk.
Our Lady of Assumption Parish Priest on Sunday in Torit defines marriage as a divine institution blessed by God where a man and woman continue to learn each other until they become perfect.
Civil Society organizations in Western Bahr El Ghazal on Tuesday at Civic Engagement Center in Wau during their discussion on their role in the implementation of the Peace Agreement want proper explanation of the document.