African Union or AU Commission Chairperson on Wednesday welcomed President Salva Kiir Mayardit signing of the Compromise Peace Agreement in Juba to resolve the conflict in South Sudan.
Animal disease outbreak reportedly killed about one thousand two hundred and eighty mostly cows in less than a month in Umm-Dorrain of Nuba Mountains.
St Augustine’s Chapel of St Kizito’s Parish in the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba on Friday commemorated the feast of its patron.
South Sudan Land Alliance or SSULA planned to train Western Equatoria State Land Alliance and Resource paralegals between September 1 and 2 in Yambio.
Inter-Payams primary schools football and volleyball tournaments for boys and girls started at Yei Freedom Square on Friday.
Hard currency dealers in Wau say Dollar rate sharply dropped as lower as 11 South Sudanese Pounds per one Dollar compared to nine Pounds immediately after signature of the peace agreement on Wednesday.
The Catholic Archbishop of Juba advised priests in the Archdiocese to stop striking people while giving homilies.
The Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan or ECSSS Bishop of Rumbek Diocese on Wednesday disclosed a strategic plan to open a radio station in the upcoming September and train 15 pastors for the next five years.
A non-governmental organization known as ACTED on Thursday conducted an interview for a new project expected to start soon in Tonj South County of Warrap State targeting Agro-pastoralists to select three people to train farmers.
Twenty-five fifth year medical students of the University of Bahr El Ghazal are making a five-day field trip to Kwajok, Warrap State to acquaint them with patients at the local health care centres to exercise the knowledge gained during lectures.
The President of the Republic expresses deep and serious reservations on the manner of the management the round of talks that resulted into a peace deal signed on Wednesday.