Committee to Protect Journalists’ report indicates South Sudan is now the second worst impunity offender in Africa and the fifth globally after Somalia.
SPLM for Democratic Change or SPLM-DC leader says President Salva Kiir’s order creating 28 states clearly violates South Sudan Transitional Constitution, 2011 and Compromise Peace Agreement signed in August 17 and 26.
Yei Chamber of Commerce reports that after a recent assessment in markets, prices of goods are increasing on daily basis, describing it as serious situation.
Voice for Change has launched a community action plan in Yei recognizing the work of public discussions and community members as advocates of change.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO encourages journalism to continue in the profession, despite difficulties as long as they provide the right information.
Teachers in Yei of Central Equatoria State’s on Thursday celebrated World Teachers’ Day at Yei Freedom Square under the theme: “Empowering teachers, building sustainable societies”.
Apostolic Administrator of the Catholic Diocese of Torit Thomas Oliha while declaring Our Lady of the Holy Rosary in Torit town, urges Christian families to recite the Holy Rosary daily to get strength to overcome difficulties in life.
Bahr El Ghazal University Workers Trade Union established an adult literacy class to help its support staff to read and write.
South Sudan national team, Bright Stars on Thursday drew 1-1 against Mauritania in the first debut of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
Eastern Equatoria Governor urges the people of Equatoria region not to get worried of the newly created states but to continue with their unity.