Forgive all horrible losses in conflict, the chairperson of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission, begs South Sudanese.
Lack of laws to protect forests in South Sudan makes it difficult to fight illegal cutting of trees, says the Director-General in the National Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
The Government of Japan and partners today distributed non food items to Gumbo internally displaced persons.
Support women with materials to build a hall for carrying out educative programs, appealed Executive chief of Sanjasiri Quarter Council in Yei.
Pope visit to Africa be a blessing to South Sudan, says Apostolic Administrator of the Catholic Diocese of Torit.
Abide by the golden rules of Jesus to ensure your safety and security, Vicar General of the Catholic Diocese of Torit tells South Sudan journalists.
“Security personnel will not enter any media house for any excuse when the media authority structure is put in place”, the Undersecretary of Information and Broadcasting stresses.
One thousand girls and boys have access to new education facilities now in Western Equatoria.
End abuse of women rights in South Sudan, says Women for Women International Organization official in Yei River County.
The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission or JMEC is expected to inaugurate its office in Juba tomorrow as planned says the chairperson.
Elders’ representative in Yei River calls for equality among citizens in the new state.