The Office of the President of the Republic describes the resolution of the recent SPLM/A in Opposition’s Pagak conference that termed the Salva Kiir’s government “illegitimate” as “mere war rhetoric”.
Union of Journalists of South Sudan or UJOSS, Association of Media Development in South Sudan or AMDISS and the National Editors Forum in collaboration with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO is organizing the World Press Freedom Day celebration in Juba.
President Salva Kiir Mayardit on Saturday conveyed his condolence message to the family and Western Equatoria State Legislative Assembly on the death of Charles Noti Rungi who passed away on Friday.
Christians of Yei Catholic Diocese on Friday celebrated the feast of Saint Joseph the Worker, Patron of laborers at the Parish Centre in Lutaya.
Seventy-five peace builders including twenty female and fifty-five males from the ten states and Nuba mountains on Saturday graduated in Yei Municipality of Central Equatoria State under the theme “Here am I, send me”.
Journalists of Western Bahr El Ghazal on Friday at the State Information Ministry ahead of the World Press Freedom Day commemorated the killing of five journalists on Raja road car ambush in January this year.
The National Blood Bank Transfusion Service is conducting four-day training for 26 staff of Wau Teaching Hospital on standard operating procedures on blood donation.
The Catholic Archbishop of Juba is expected on Saturday to inaugurate a new Comboni Postulants’ House dedicated to the late Fr Barnaba Deng at Sabato Two, Moroyok area near UN House at the foot of Körök Hill.
The national government condemns SPLM/A in Opposition of taxing non-governmental organizations or NGOs while delivering humanitarian aids.
The national government on Thursday denied the presence of any Sudan opposition force in the territory and that the young nation cannot support Sudanese “rebels”.