South Sudan Catholic Bishops issued a message on Friday, encouraging the warring political leaders to “go deeper” in risking concessions to deliver peace in abundance to the country.
Catholic religious and missionaries in South Sudan are celebrating consecrated life in Juba Archdiocese.
Kwörijik-Luri Internally Displaced Persons or IDPs called for government intervention to return home, saying they need military police to facilitate their transfer and stay in the area.
Wildlife Conservation Society completed training about twenty wildlife officers on modern information, communication and technological and data management in Yei River County of Central Equatoria State.
Tonj South Commissioner in Warrap State on Thursday advised citizens especially pedestrians to be careful while crossing roads.
Western Bahr El Ghazal State Assembly in one of its most ever discontented extra-ordinary sitting compromised to vet the appointed ministers amidst controversy.
Médecins Sans Frontières or MSF announced that it could no longer reach communities with the greatest need because Sudan authorities denied access to people trapped in conflict areas, forcing it to close activities in the country.
United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO Director-General denounced the killing of five journalists in South Sudan, requesting for measures to improve the safety of media workers in the country.
The Vice President of the Republic on Thursday told South Sudan Catholic Bishops’ meeting in Juba to collectively end the ongoing war before the war ends all South Sudanese.
Undersecretary Michael Lopuke told journalists in Juba that the program would target ten thousand five hundred pupils in three states of Equatoria States and Lakes.
Morobo authorities in Central Equatoria in conjunction with partner organizations donated a number of equipments to Yei Civil Hospital to help run the health system.