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  • SPLA-IO forces in Amadi reportedly starving June 19, 2019
    At least 2,000 SPLA-IO soldiers are reportedly starving in Amadi, after they ran out of food supplies. According to the deputy governor of Amadi State, the men and women are stationed at Ngiri cantonment site, a move that is in line with the new peace accord. In February, the Joint Defence Board, tasked with the […]
    Staff Writer
  • S.Sudan, Kenya sign new MoU on Illemi and cross border relations June 19, 2019
    South Sudan and Kenya have signed Memorandum of Understanding to fast track the territorial border reaffirmation at Ilemi triangle as a step towards the realization of peace between the two countries. South Sudan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nhial Deng, and Kenyan Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary, Monica Juma on Tuesday agreed to launch the first ever […]
    Daniel Danis
  • TNLA summons Kuol, Nhial over border with Kenya June 19, 2019
    The parliament has again summoned the Minister of Defense, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, as well as the governor of Kapoeta state, over Kenyan encroachment into South Sudan’s territory. This came after some members of parliament claimed that the Kenya government launched 65-kilometer road rehabilitation project last month. In a statement addressed to […]
    Daniel Danis
  • Armed S.Sudanese arrested in Uganda June 19, 2019
    Five South Sudanese nationals have reportedly been arrested by the Ugandan police in Amuru District for crossing into the border with firearms. According to the Ugandan New Vision website, the police said the five suspects were found with a gun and 29 rounds of ammunition—deep in the sugar plantation in an area called Horail sugar […]
    Daniel Danis
  • CEPO questions government silence on floods June 19, 2019
    A civil society activist has criticized the government over failure to assist flood victims in parts of the country. The governor of Kapoeta, Tuesday, reported that 35 people died in the recent floods in state, but the national government has not done anything about the disaster. Besides, several families in Juba and Aweil were reportedly […]
    Daniel Danis
  • Committee formed to facilitate return of cattle keepers from Equatoria June 19, 2019
    Local leaders representing pastoralists and farmers have agreed to form a committee that will facilitate movement of cattle out of farming areas in Greater Equatoria. The leaders met in Juba yesterday during a consultative conference facilitated by the National Dialogue steering committee. The resolution reiterates the commitment of the farmers and the cattle owners to […]
    Daniel Danis
  • Gov’t borrows to meet EAC financial obligations June 19, 2019
    The government will soon clear the membership fee arrears for the regional economic bloc, the Information Minister has said. Two weeks ago, lawmakers representing South Sudan at the East African Legislative Assembly or EALA told Eye Radio that they were about to be kicked out of the legislature over government failure to pay its annual […]
    Daniel Danis
  • ‘Do not stigmatize sexual violence survivors’ -Clerics June 19, 2019
    Church leaders are calling upon the public to refrain from stigmatizing survivors of sexual violence. This is a message for international Day for Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, which is commemorated today, the 19th of June. A UN report released on 15th of February this year highlights persistently high levels of sexual violence in […]
    Daniel Danis
  • University student accuses SSPDF of abduction, torture June 18, 2019
    A university student, who has just resurfaced after he was allegedly abducted by SSPDF in April, says he was tortured and left for dead by soldiers. The 30-year-old young man – whom we are going to call John Peter for security reasons – is a second-year student at the college of general business studies, Catholic […]
    Staff Writer
  • Parties abiding by the permanent ceasefire – RJMEC June 18, 2019
    The Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission says it has noted that the permanent ceasefire is holding across the country. Under chapter 7 of the new peace accord, ReJMEC is mandated to Monitor and oversee all aspects of the implementation of the Agreement. It monitors and oversees the mandate and tasks of the Transitional Government […]
    Daniel Danis

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