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UK approves Covid Pfizer vaccine for use next week

The UK has become the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for widespread use.

Religious sisters to supply Food for the Needy in South Sudan

Sisters of congregation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (SSH) in South Sudan have embarked on agriculture to produce enough...

Activists express disappointment over short jail terms given to rapists

Civil rights activists on Wednesday expressed disappointment over the five year-jail term given to two police officers who raped two...

South Sudanese express mixed reactions on the sentence by High court in Juba

South Sudanese expressed mixed reactions over the decision of the High Court sentencing Babu Emmanuel Lokiri to death by hanging for killing...

South Sudan ranked number seven on issues of child marriage

South Sudan is ranked number seven in the world among countries with high prevalence of child marriage. While addressing...

Turkey embassy in South Sudan donates food and non-food items to Orphanage in Juba

Turkey Embassy on Thursday donated food and non-food items to Confident Children out of Conflict orphanage in Juba. The...

Traders in Juba happy with the statement to reduce market prices

Traders in Juba are happy with the statement issued by South Sudan Chamber of Commerce and business union to reduce...

Flood victims in Mangala IDP Camp in Central Equatoria State complain of hunger

The Internally Displaced Persons or IDP’s in Mangala Camp complain about lack of food and humanitarian assistance since they arrived from Bor.

Juba traders shut down businesses due to skyrocketing prices

Some traders in South Sudan’s capital Juba have shut down their businesses due to the current skyrocketing prices in the Market.

South Sudanese express mix concern over introduction of new currency

South Sudanese citizens has expressed different reaction over the announcement by the government’s spokesperson to change the country’s currency.

“Life at home is tough, schools should re-open for all classes”, says a student

On Monday October 5th, 2020, all gates of schools in South Sudan were opened to receive students after six months...

The number of people hit by seasonal flooding in East Africa has increased more than fivefold in four years, according to UN figures

Nearly six million people have been affected this year with 1.5 million of them forced from their homes.

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South Sudanese women call for equal treatment on International Women’s Day

As the world celebrates the International Women’s Day (IWD), South Sudanese women call for equal treatment and service delivery to...

EAC Private Sector Expectations for the upcoming Heads of State Summit

The East African private sector is urging EAC Heads of States to direct relevant Government bodies to fast track the...

South Sudan Football governing body lifts ban on sporting activities

The sport’s governing body in South Sudan (South Sudan Football Association) has lifted the ban on all sporting event as...

South Sudan’s Youth contribution to the fight against coronavirus

The Corona virus pandemic to some people can be one of the most devastating events of the year. While to...