The UN Secretary General expressed profound sadness for the death of Nelson Mandela, saying the life of the late human rights lawyer, prisoner of conscience, international peacemaker and first democratically-elected President of post-apartheid South Africa was an inspiration for all.
Human Rights Watch or HRW warned South Sudan against killing the country’s spirit of independence through the NGOs bill to be passed next week.
Mortality rates in refugee camps of Unity and Upper Nile states have fallen steadily since June when they reached a worrying pike.
The Red Cross is welcoming volunteers regardless of their age, ethnicity, sex, religious belief or disability.
A health official called for outreach programs to access rural communities in order to increase awareness and prevent the spread of HIV.
The Director of Land and Survey in Tonj South County of Warrap State told people to stop making bricks in residential areas.
A man killed his wife with a gun in Wau over alleged adultery and pregnancy outside marriage.
The Information Minister on Monday gave media houses a one-week ultimatum to register or close down until media acts are signed into law.
World Health Organization or WHO medical officer for Making Pregnancy Safer on Thursday urged mothers and families to space childbirth by at least three years.
Over 4,000 people are volunteering with the Red Cross in the country to provide communitarian service to people in need.
Investors from different countries participating in the Investment Conference in Juba expressed interests and readiness to start putting fresh money in the country.