A visiting Sierra Leonean Emeritus Catholic Bishop calls on South Sudanese leaders to sit down as brothers and sisters to resolve their differences through dialogue to reach a lasting peace, stability and reconciliation.
The Superior of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate expressed their readiness to join South Sudan efforts for peace and reconciliation.
Juba City Council on Friday passed Traffic Lights Bill in Juba to regulate vehicles and pedestrians to reduce accidents.
Inter-Church Committee or ICC women working in Yei River County on Friday celebrated the world day of prayer by praying for peace and end of war in the nation.
A member of Lakes State Legislative Assembly criticized UN Security Council’s threats of imposing sanctions on the warring parties should they fail to sign an agreement in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia this week.
School teachers in Lakes State are complaining of low turnout of pupils during registration attributing it to lack of money and parents' ignorance.
Lol Express Transport Company Director on Thursday in Juba raised alarm that relocating external bus park from Custom to Gumbo area is exposing travelers to looting at dawn.
Western Equatoria State Traffic Police Director disclosed plans to minimize road accidents near schools and hospitals in Yambio town.
Rubena Ladu Timber Company operating in Loka Forest expressed readiness to implement its long term plan of ‘mass forest plantation’ in all the five Payams of Lainya County at the onset of the rainy season this year.
A member of parliament representing Lasu Payam at Central Equatoria State Legislative Assembly advised his community members to make maxim use of the soil by investing on agriculture during the looming rainy season.
Western Equatoria State Legislative Assembly Peace, Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs Committee Chairperson called for charitable aid to people affected by natural disasters.