Saturday, September 21, 2019

Ululating and chanting for South Sudan’s peace

Sunday, 5 marked the signing of a South Sudan’s cease-fire and power-sharing agreement in Khartoum, which will see Riek Machar return...

Years of fighting have weakened South Sudan’s freedom of expression.

At least 10 journalists were killed; from 2014 to 217, in South Sudan, according to Reporters Without Borders. The country’s world...

South Sudanese musicians, in Uganda, rally for peace

South Sudanese musicians who sought safety in Uganda spoke with one accord – time for peace, in South Sudan, is now....

South Sudan’s violent conflict has taken its toll on citizens. Peace seems distant.

A seemingly misunderstanding within South Sudan’s ruling party, SPLA, turned into violent conflict that quickly spread to most parts of the...

Bidibidi on the brink of a catastrophe, amid limited resources

One of the world’s largest refugee settlements, Bidibidi, is facing acute lack of water. The populations say their problems are exacerbated...

Sport activities encourage peaceful coexistence – a South Sudan’s minister.

For many South Sudanese, the country’s revitalized peace agreement is coming rather too slow. Majorities are seemingly waiting on peace to...

Stereotyping blamed for South Sudan’s underdevelopment

In South Sudan the roles of both males and females had clearly been defined time immemorial. But one local community organization...

With every planting season that passes, the plight of IDPs deepens.

At the start of this month, June, the UN Emergency Relief Chief said people of South Sudan are suffering ‘on an...

NGO vehicles turn into a killing machine

Residents of a-refugee-hosting district of Arua are concerned about high speeds at which refugee programs implementing partners drive. This follows rampant...

Salia Musala could make containment of Ebola difficult.

1,500 people are dead from Ebola, nearly one year after the outbreak of the viral disease, in DR Congo. More than...

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