The Auxiliary Bishop of Juba said they are planning to open 25 new parishes in addition to the existing 12 in the Catholic Archdiocese.
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.
South Sudan Council of Churches or SSCC Women program in Bahr El Ghazal region conducted two-day training on conflict mitigation and peace dialogue to empower women in the quest for peace.
South Sudan Media Sector Development Partners called on the government to assure the safety of journalists in the country.
A traffic Police urged road pedestrians, bicycle riders, motor circle and drivers to know the road safety rules to avoid accidents.
The National Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration Commission or DDR on Wednesday graduated its first batch of fourteen ex-combatants on driving skills at Wau Vocational Training Centre.
Green Club Society for Peace and Development Chairperson in Lakes accused media houses in Juba of exaggerating internal issues in the state.
Bureau for Community Security and Small Arms Control of the Interior Ministry in collaboration with United Nations Development Programme or UNDP conducted a two-day workshop to update civil society organizations and members of National Legislative Assembly about the status of Small Arms Control Bill of 2012 and the policy framework.