Sudan People’s Liberation Movement for Democratic Change or SPLM-DC Chairman says all roads leading to his house remain closed since Wednesday.
Kajo-Keji Commissioner says cattle herders settling in Lori, Gödöru, Liwolo and Kala areas of the County in Central Equatoria accepted to leave for their animals not to destroy crops.
United Nations Mission in South Sudan or UNMISS Human Rights Unit in partnership with Union of Journalist of South Sudan or UJOSS and Albany Associates concluded the four-day human rights reporting training to Central Equatoria State journalists.
Child Protection Officer in Yei River County Gender Child and Social Welfare Department recommends employment of security personnel in lodges to arrest underage girls wanting to work, but end up being misused.
Yei Teachers Training College decries lack of teaching equipments, including textbooks, brain machines, writing frames and sign language experts to teach persons with disabilities.
Yei River County Labour Establishment Officer urges citizens to voluntarily get attachment to organizations for on-the-job training to gain experience to pave way for employment.
Central Equatoria Health Ministry is touring the six counties of the state assessing challenges facing health facilities.
Western Equatoria State Agriculture Ministry in collaboration with World Food Programme or WFP on Thursday launched the first market monitoring system in Yambio.
Sudan People’s Liberation Army Spokesperson expresses uncertainty on the situation of Malakal, Upper Nile, waiting for complete report from the ground following clashes between Governor Simon Kun’s body guards and Johnson Olony ones.
The National Education Ministry on Thursday launched students’ funds in Juba to support learners continue with their tertiary education.
Forty-five commercial sex workers police operation force arrested in Yei River County were released with undertaking after a three-day detention.