South Sudan Council of Churches challenges the conflicting military power and political leaders for not listening to the voices of their church leaders who talk on behalf of the ordinary South Sudanese.
The Network of Civil Society Organization Forum in Yei urges state and national governments to take a lead in delivering basic services to local communities in the country.
El-Obeid Catholic Bishop calls on young people in Torit to lead a Christian life by rejecting practices of marrying more than one wife.
Eastern Equatoria State Legislative Assembly in Torit resolves on Tuesday to amend Business Conduct of Regulations 2011 in the next two months.
Lokloko residents in Western Bahr el Ghazal State need police station as report is indicating many crimes happening in the area.
An Advocate on Tuesday urges South Sudanese to update some harmful traditions to match the national and human rights laws.
Eastern Equatoria State Assembly in Torit on Monday turned back a report from the recently formed Economic Crisis Management Committee over inadequate information.
Residents of Lakes State on Tuesday, voiced out their concerns on the rising prices of goods in various markets.
The International Committee of the Red Cross or ICRC re-started its operations in Leer town of Unity State, confirming that people started returning slowly despite the serious situation with little or no food and in need of advanced medical care.
National Bureau of Statistics is on Wednesday holding a national consultative forum on the International Conference on Population and Development Beyond 2014 and Post-2015 Development Agenda in Juba.