General Taban Deng Gai took oath of office on Tuesday as the First Vice President in the Transitional Government of National Unity, replacing Dr Riek Machar.
An Atrocity Prevention Policy Group says attempt to replace Riek Machar as First Vice President is a step to bring South Sudan closer to full scale of war.
The Education Coordinator in Yei Catholic Diocese advises students to always remain hopeful of their studies amidst the recent interruptions of learning.
Civil society activist urges the national leadership to release Juba Monitor Newspaper Chief Editor Alfred Taban by considering the great journalistic role he plays in the country.
Civil Society organization, CEPO appeals to the new Finance Minister to work hard to improve the biting economic situation in the country.
South Sudan women attribute the recent uncertainties in Yei to lack of regular advice to their children to avoid their involvement in criminal activities.
Caritas Torit distributed sanitary towels to one hundred sixty two girls in Bishop Akio Memorial Secondary School and two hundred-twenty-seven others to students of St Theresa.
Commissioner of Police in Western Lakes State urges the newly graduated officers not to let down the government by putting their self-interests above the nation.
Tonj United Football Club defeated Tonj City eight to two goals in a friendly match at Freedom Square on Monday.
Young people leadership management workshop concluded on Monday in Kumbur Payam of Heiban County, Nuba Mountains.