Citizens Newspaper Chief Editor Nhial Bol says he will campaign against the closure of his media house because what the security personnel tell him is rubbish.
The Association for Media Development in South Sudan or AMDISS on Tuesday condemned government closure of The Citizen Newspaper with verbal instruction to stop printing.
United Nations Children Fund or UNICEF South Sudan Representative says there is crucial need to give equitable education opportunities by balancing primary, secondary and tertiary education for all children in the country to groom desired future leaders.
Citizens of Wau in Western Bahr El Ghazal including state government officials, students and civil society groups joint a protest condemning the IGAD compromised proposed agreement.
Save the Children on Tuesday launched “Hear it from the Children” report demanding prioritization of education for children amidst conflict where kids in a video and audio message say they want to learn even during war.
Sixteen political parties known as National Alliance on Tuesday cautioned Cabinet Affairs Minister Martin Elia Lomurö to keep away from defamation or face the court of law.
Community Empowerment for Rehabilitation and Development or CEFORD says ‘it is so grieved by the barbaric and satanic killing and looting’ in Western Equatoria State, calling for tranquility.
Holy Family Cathedral parish priest in the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek Fr Marko Tong Dihany on Sunday criticizes IGAD-Plus Compromise Peace Agreement document, describing it as “stupid paper”.
Deng Nhial Primary School head master in Tonj South of Warrap State Santino Wol Manheim says water shortage in his school is remaining a major challenge.
Nutrition Director in Western Bahr El Ghazal State Health ministry Khamisa Ayoub advises mothers to bread feed their infants for six months without extra food as the world cerebrate Breastfeeding Week under the theme: “Let’s make it work”.