After Japanese government on Tuesday handed over Immigration Training Academy to South Sudan government and implemented training curriculum on border management for over 900 officers, immigration service is expected to improve.
United Nations Children Fund or UNICEF says over 30 percent of drinking water sources in South Sudan are not working due to lack of maintenance.
Winners of the Nile Media Awards 2015 of the Nile Basin Initiative or NBI would be announced at the Awards Presentation Gala Dinner expected in June in Tanzania.
Authorities in Yei River County of Central Equatoria State suspended legal contracts of Vivacel and MTN Telecommunication Companies over disputes on tax ownership among the community, landlords and the Local Government.
Political parties warned that the extension of the term of the President, national and state parliaments is a threat to the democratic process.
The Women’s Monthly Forum and the Working Women Association of the University of Juba are organizing on Thursday a procession and national prayer for peace.
South Sudan Law Society Legal Aid Attorney during the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 dialogue on Friday in Torit, Eastern Equatoria, urged women to know their right, participate in all aspects of governance in the country and freely express their thoughts amidst challenges.
Tombura-Yambio Catholic Bishop on Sunday said Jesus Christ is the role model for Christians to understand the Pascal mysteries for the fullness of humanity.
Tonj East Commissioner calls on traders to supply food commodities
Wau Catholic Diocese for the first time after Comprehensive Peace Agreement will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ without the Bishop who is travelling to Italy for treatment.
Community Empowerment for Progress Organization or CEPO Coordinator in Western Bahr El Ghazal raised concerns for the executive organ to appoint a female deputy governor in the future.