South Sudan-Ethiopia Peace Consultative Conference held recently in Addis Ababa presented a position paper demanding detention of the warring negotiators until they sign final peace agreement by March 5.
Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-Democratic Change or SPLM-DC said the government delayed the court hearing between the National Elections Commission or NEC and Political Parties.
South Sudanese Network for Democracy and Election Executive Director described an article Juba Telegraph published on February 28 as “baseless, so much mocking and unfounded”.
The bishop of the Episcopal Church of Sudan and South Sudan in Yei Diocese said the church is praying and expecting positive outcome of the final peace negotiations in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to reduce the suffering of citizens.
Chorokol Payam Paramount Chief in Ikwoto County of Eastern Equatoria appealed to telecommunication operators to provide services in the area to reduce cattle raiding.
Yabongo Girls’ Primary School Headmistress in Yambio urged the Local Government to sympathize with teachers when one of their members pass away to motivate the spirit of togetherness in a miserable situation.
Golden Wings airline launched its new airplane with the capacity of 157 passengers in Wau, Western Bahr El Ghazal State.
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs or OCHA reported that funding for humanitarian logistics remains low though the dry season is a critical opportunity to repair infrastructure and pre-position supplies.
Yabongo Primary School Teacher was brutally killed on Monday morning in Mokongo residential area in Yambio, Western Equatoria State.
Tindoka Vocational Training Center on Monday graduated thirty students in carpentry, tailoring, saloon services in Yambio, Western Equatoria State.
Western Bahr El Ghazal Police personnel on Monday rocked Wau town with gunfire closing the main entrance to state police headquarter as they demonstrate demanding salaries of June 2014, January and February 2015.