Saturday, July 24, 2021

Boda-boda operators in Juba complain it is difficult to stay in business

Boda boda riders in Juba are accusing their own governing body, Boda boda Association, of scheming with South Sudan Police and...

Will Peace Building trainings improve youths’ effort towards downplaying violent taunts?

Radio Bakhita South Sudanese citizens still look up to their leaders as they seek lasting solution...

Series of inter-communal violence plunge South Sudan in mayhem

United Nations Mission in South Sudan or UNMISS is concerned about worsening security situation in the country. In the report released...

Coronavirus: The plight of South Sudan children continues to deepen

According to UNICEF, over 1.1 million children are estimated to be acutely malnourished in the world’s youngest country, South Sudan. Before...

South Sudan at crossroads: Is peace on the horizon?

The president of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, backed down by returning the country to its former status of 10 states. However,...

South Sudan federalism campaign, amid discussions on contentious issues of the number of states...

As South Sudan’s top opposing parties discuss the contentious issues on the number of states and their boundaries, a roadmap to...

President Kiir grants amnesty to rebel groups

The President of South Sudan has granted amnesty to the main rebel leader, Riek Machar, plus all the other armed opposition...

South Sudanese women want Hybrid Court established, amid perplexities over peace or justice, first.

Reportedly, men dressed in South Sudan army uniforms go on the rampage and commit unspeakable atrocities against civilians across the country....

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...

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