Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Informing and Influencing

a Fair, Equal and Empowered Citizenry in

South Sudan


Expedite Troop Cantonment To Prevent Sexual Assaults on Women and Girls...

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  • S Sudan, Kenya strike free visa deal
    South Sudan and Kenya have signed an agreement that grant citizens of both countries free visa. The deal which was signed last week, allows South Sudanese to travel to Kenya without paying for a visa. Kenyans, on the other hand will not be required to pay for visa, beginning next month. The spokesperson of the […]
  • Security agents warned against harassing journalists
    The Chairperson of the Strategic Defense and Security Review Board has warned security agents against intimidating and harassing journalists in the country. According to human rights groups, members of the organized forces often make the work of the media difficult by assaulting, intimidating, detaining and even killing journalists. They say dozens of the journalists have […]
  • Juba residents complain of increased robberies
    Some Juba residents have raised concern about increased armed robberies in their respective suburbs. The areas include Gurei, Khor William, Thongpiny, Nyokuron and Munuki. Residents say they witness armed robberies almost every night. The robbers reportedly demand for cash and electronics such as phones and laptop computers. Others complaint of sounds of gunshots almost every […]
  • Tumsa bridge destroyed by heavy rains
    Heavy rains have allegedly destroyed the main bridge in Kapoeta, cutting off the state from the rest of the country. Tumsa Bridge is on the Juba-Nadapal highway and is a major link between Kapoeta and Torit. The route, which is used by traders to import goods from the neighboring Kenya, is now reportedly impassable. An […]
  • Poor health system attributed to civil war
    Officials from the Ministry of Health say decades of civil war that resulted in economic decay, poor infrastructure, population displacement and disruption of social services have left the country to be the worst in terms of health. According to the International Conference on Population and Development report, South Sudan health situation is one of the […]


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