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Responsibility Sharing for R-ARCSS Must Not Be Restricted To Two Parties

By Emmily Koiti Face-to-face meetings between President Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar, the kind held this week, although important—given the sour relationship between the...




Government forces hand over of captured child soldiers

Last week, nearly two dozen children were officially released by armed groups in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr-el-Ghazal region and handed over to the National...



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  • UN chief asks leaders to avail opportunities to youth
    The United Nations Secretary-General is calling on leaders on International Youth Day to avail opportunities for young people to participate and contribute to nation-building. António Guterres says when engaged,young people  can shape the future of their countries through civic engagement, environmental conservation, peacebuilding, among others. Young people in South Sudan have complained of the inability […]
  • Luanyjang red scarf fighting victims ‘suffer’
    A local official in Luanyjang County, Warrap State, says families who escaped to the nearby bushes after military-civilian clashes over the weekend are suffering. On Tuesday, the army reported the death of 82 people following intense fighting between armed civilians and the disarmament force in Tonj area. According to the SSPDF spokesperson, the two days […]
  • Flash floods render families homeless in parts of the country
    Torrential rains and flash floods have continued to displace thousands of people and destroy several homes across South Sudan. Many families have been affected and dozens of villages have been destroyed by floods in mostly Jonglei, Pibor, Upper Nile, Western and Eastern Equatoria states. Officials have raised the alarm of the devastating impact of the […]
  • Lemon Gaba rape victim gets pro bono service
    The former justice of the court of appeal in Juba says there is no need for forensic evidence if an accused confesses to having committed the crime. Dr. Geri Raymondo is referring to the Juba’s Lemon Gaba rape and murder case against three young men. On 27 June 2018, an unnamed woman was gang-raped and […]
  • Peace monitoring body probes alleged GBV cases
    The ceasefire monitoring body, CTSAM-VM, says it has launched an investigation into prevalence of sexual and gender-based violence that may have been committed by parties to the peace deal. The probe will be conducted in several areas, particularly Juba, Yei, Magwi and Leer. In April, an MP representing Yei River County revealed that 19 women […]


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