The Citizen Newspaper Deputy Editor-in-Chief on Wednesday launched a book entitled ‘Mass Media in Sudan Experience of the South’ highlighting suffering of journalists in media development from 1940-2005.
University of Juba Head of Communications’ Department on Wednesday told journalists to revive media coverage in local languages to cater for over 75 percent English illiterate masses of the country.
Health authorities in Yei River County of Central Equatoria are stepping up preventive awareness efforts on Ebola epidemic to health facilities and local communities in Payam and Bomas.
Yei Assistant Commissioner for Culture, Youth and Sports urged parents to educate their children about cultures to equip them with traditional diversities of cultural ethics in South Sudan.
Eastern Equatoria Governor said SPLM/A in opposition led Dr Riek Machar demands’ were unrealistic showing lack of political will to bring peace in the country.
Western Equatoria Health Ministry and partners formed Ebola taskforce to prevent the spread of the disease from the neighbouring DR Congo.
Rumbek authorities confirmed the arrest of the murderer of Pachong Payam Paramount Chief Aperer Chut Dhuol in Rumbek East County.
A fifty-year old woman was confirmed dead after she was raped by a teenager at New Site residential area in Wau, Western Bahr El Ghazal.
The Sudan Revolutionary Front or SRF accused the government of ‘nourishing the armed conflicts through tribal clashes in Darfur’.
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan or UNMISS confirmed that three crew members of a UN-contracted MI-8 helicopter died in Tuesday’s afternoon’s crash near Bentiu in Unity State.
Republican Frank Wolf, long recognized in US Congress as one of the strongest advocates for South Sudan, wrote a letter in August to former President George W. Bush, asking his Institute to help resolve crisis in South Sudan.