South Sudan cannot be great if the citizens continue to fight among ourselves, says a National Peace Ambassador.
The Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa, AMECEA in partnership with Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference, SCBC-Justice and Peace Desk have trained church personnel in Juba on peace building and emergency awareness.
Information Technology or IT student in the University of Juba says professionals in the field are not valued very well in South Sudan.
A priest in the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba says since South Sudan has leading youth population, it is supposed to grow faster in prevalence of peace.
Civil society activist says working to achieve United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals could improve South Sudan’s economy.
Inadequate health workers due to fleeing workforce increases the work load of remaining few personnel in Yei River State, says State Health Minister.
Be humble to receive God mercy and forgiveness, the priest of Tonj Sacred Heart Parish told Christians on Sunday.
A catholic priest in Juba cautions youth over hatred in the country.
The parish priest of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Rumbek advises Christians to spread rumours of peace instead of preaching war.
Deputy Governor of Wau State has criticized United Nations for what he terms poor distribution of food items to Africans in comparison to other races.
A suspect, who was earlier on arrested and released without charges, says they were badly tortured in prison, a claim denied by a government official.