United Nations Mission in South Sudan or UNMISS Police new mandate focuses on civilians’ protection, monitoring and investigating human rights’ violation as acclaimed by UN Security Council following mid December, 2013 crisis in South Sudan.
United Nations Mission in South Sudan on Thursday reported four cases of murder in its protection sites.
The President of the Republic on Wednesday while addressing Martyrs’ Day 9th anniversary in Juba, pledged to restore peace in the country through the negotiations in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
National War Disabled, Widows and Orphans Commission chairperson called on the government to support the disadvantaged groups left behind by the martyrs’.
Yei River County Commissioner pledged his local government’s full support to programmes of youths and women from their meagre resources.
Central Equatoria State Member of Parliament representing Mugwo Payam in Yei River County urged the youths to have the spirit of nationalism, saying leaders ahead are not patriotic, but were messing up with tribalism and segregation.
Lugi Health Centre Manager attributed increase of malaria among people to lack of mosquito nets and dirty environment.
Government delegation headed by Nhial Deng Nhial to the peace talks is leaving Juba today for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to resume talks with the SPLM in opposition.
National Ministry of Education and its Zimbabwean counterpart on Wednesday in Juba signed a memorandum of understanding on education cooperation, development and teachers training.
The Red Army Foundation while marking its second anniversary on Tuesday blamed government officials for reckless driving characterized by over speeding resulting into many accidents.
United Nations Programme on HIV AIDS or UNAIDS and the African Society for Laboratory Medicine or ASLM with global partners planned to launch the Diagnostics Access Initiative to improve laboratory capacity for effective high quality treatment of all people living with the virus.