Medicine Sans Frontières or MSF South Sudan Deputy Medical Coordinator reveals that cholera infection is declining amidst well equipped preparedness to tackle the outbreak.
A priest in Yei Catholic Diocese says the ongoing war demonstrates that South Sudan politicians ‘learnt confusion’ in school.
A Member of Parliament representing Otogo Payam at Central Equatoria State Legislative Assembly raised concern on insecurity along Yei-Juba road, describing it a threat.
Eastern Equatoria graduates from Hawassa University in Ethiopia presented a petition to the state government over challenges they faced while for studies.
Internews on Monday started four-day training for the Voice of Freedom FM journalists and management in Magwi County of Eastern Equatoria.
Pupils of Tonj South County of Warrap State are starting their second term exams at the end of the current month.
Yousif Kuwa Teachers Training Institute on Monday beat St Joseph Secondary School 1-0 in a football competition.
A woman in Juba is making a difference in life by doing car washing business what many people believe is a job for men.
Community Empowerment for Rehabilitation and Development completed three-day training on governance, conflict mitigation and peace building to youth groups in Kajo-Keji County of Central Equatoria State.
Yei Revenue Authority offers explanation to defend introduction of green business number plate stickers to prevent operation of illegal traders and ascertain economic status.
A priest in the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba predicted that more war is expected after the President of the Republic reshuffles his cabinet.