Auxiliary Bishop of Juba Archdiocese on Friday told AMECEA training participants that he observed South Sudan and Sudan leaders as dry bones who need spiritual dressing predicted in the Bible.
Association of Members of Episcopal Conferences of Eastern Africa or AMECEA official on Friday said they were impressed with Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference or SCBC participation in the capacity building workshop in Juba.
Yei Catholic Diocese Vicar-General on Friday encouraged journalists never to be afraid, but remain professional in facing threats and challenges of the media industry.
Priest urged citizens to plant in children the spirit of love to look at one another with eyes of faith as one people of God.
University of Bahr El Ghazal Students’ Steering committee condemned display of tinted results of school tuition fee defaulters in Education and Economic colleges.
Hakima Health and Science College Principal in Nuba Mountains said 139 community health workers are attending a three-month nursing course in Heiban County.
At least two staff from the Mother of Mercy Hospital in Nuba Mountains were sent to study anaesthetics in Kenya.
Assistant Police Inspector General for Planning and Research on Friday refuted claims by some students who failed to qualify for the Police College that the selection committee was bias.
Yei River County Commissioner expressed his strong belief that the national government is committed to realizing peace in South Sudan.
Yei River County Commissioner on Thursday told public that development partners including nongovernmental organisations or NGOs implementing project grants cater for South Sudanese welfare.
Tonj Sacred Heart Parish Priest in Tonj South County of Warrap State on Friday said they would next Wednesday lay Don Bosco Primary School foundation for lepers’ children and host community in Lac-Chok.