South Sudanese marking the Martyrs Day on Thursday in Juba, appreciate heroes, heroines and all martyrs who sacrificed their lives during the liberation struggle for the gift independence of the country.
A medical expert in Yei Municipality of Central Equatoria State says people might get cholera if they do not follow health instruction.
State Social Development Ministry Director-General during a dialogue forum on Wednesday under the theme: “Creating peaceful and secure space for women and girls”, says though government recognizes the role of women, majority remains marginalized.
Eastern Equatoria State council of ministers in its ordinary sitting on Wednesday resolved to transfer over thirty senior Local Government managers to counties and administrative areas.
Warrap State Radio administration in Kwajok deployed a journalist to report from Tonj South County.
Nuba Mountains Agriculture Secretariat on Wednesday announced making a tremendous success in the farming project launched in the beginning of the rainy season.
Medical reports indicate that children are more exposed to cholera than adults, calling for children caretakers to step up extra measures to safeguard them.
National and Central Equatoria State Governments commend health partners in combating cholera outbreak, urging continuous concerted efforts amidst declining cholera cases to eradicate the disease from Juba and the country as a whole.
Warrap State’s Tonj South County police on Tuesday night rescued a Ugandan man identified as Kasai Sinan working as a contractor in building new Don Bosco Primary School from criminal hands.
United States Ambassador to South Sudan on Tuesday visited Wau town of Western Bahr El Ghazal State for the first time since her arrival in the country recently.