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  • Machar returns home October 19, 2019
    The leader of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition has returned to Juba to hold peace talks with the President. In company of the UN Security Council delegates, Dr. Riek Machar arrived in the capital at about 11:45 am. The meeting will revolve around the outstanding issues, including the number and boundaries of states, […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • 30 S Sudanese released from Sudanese prisons October 18, 2019
    Thirty South Sudanese refugees have been released from prison in Sudan after being detained for various crimes, a human rights activist has said. According to Achol Malong Deng, the 15 women and 15 men were released on Thursday after Amnesty International offered them legal aid. The 30 prisoners, reportedly released from various prisons of El-Huda, […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Kiir, cleaner are equal before the law, leaders reminded October 18, 2019
    A law professor at the University of Juba has called upon the law enforcement agencies to uphold the supremacy of the laws of South Sudan. Early this month, Amnesty International said South Sudanese authorities have allowed impunity to flourish over serious human rights violations. The human rights body said prosecutors only follow the directives of […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • All peace parties to meet in Juba on Saturday October 18, 2019
    The parties to the revitalized peace agreement have agreed to meet in Juba on Saturday to resolve the outstanding issues, according to the interim chairperson of the peace monitoring body – R-JMEC. The outstanding issues include the number and boundaries of states, the allocation of ministerial portfolios, and cantonment of forces before the November 12 […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Maban witnesses “unprecedented flooding” October 18, 2019
    Unprecedented heavy flooding in South Sudan’s Maban County has affected nearly 200,000 people, including refugees and host population, UNHCR has said. Located in the Upper Nile State, Maban is home to more than 150,000 refugees from Sudan. According to the UNHCR, South Sudan is on a gradual path to recovery from six years of conflict […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Luol Deng retires from NBA after 15 seasons October 18, 2019
    The Chicago Bulls announced today the signing of Luol Deng. After signing, Deng made known his intent to retire from the NBA. “We’re very fortunate and humbled that Luol has chosen to retire as a Chicago Bull,” said President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Reinsdorf. “He was a role model on and off the court […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • NRA ceases announcing monthly collections October 18, 2019
    The National Revenue Authority says it will no longer be announcing the monthly collections. The last announcement made by the NRA was in August when it was led by the Ghanaian national, Dr. Olympio Attipoe. It was about 5 million dollars and another 1.5 billion Pounds. The amount brought to 41 million dollars and over […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Construction of $10m Juba hospital to begin soon October 17, 2019
    The Government has allocated a 7,000 sq.m land for construction of Abu Dhabi General Hospital in Juba. The hospital is part of a donation from the government of the United Arabs Emirate. According to the Ministry of Health, the new hospital in Juba shall consist of emergency wards, administrative blocks, and laboratory, out patients, surgical […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Bor hospital runs out of medical supplies October 17, 2019
    A health official in Jonglei has raised an alarm over shortage of drugs at the main health facility in the state. Bor Civil Hospital is the largest referral center for the Greater Jonglei and parts of Eastern Lakes. According to the director-general of Bor Civil Hospital, the facility currently receives more than 500 patients a […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Herders kill an IDP in Juba October 17, 2019
    One person has been shot dead another injured in a fighting between cattle keepers and IDPs at the Protection of Civilians site in Juba. According to the chairperson of the site, two people were shot when armed herders from a nearby cattle camp in Moriok, a suburb of Juba, attacked IDPs outside the PoC. It […]
    Ayuen Panchol

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