National Chamber of Commerce Secretary-General is encouraging women to push for more trainings to manage business, suggesting creation of women’s fund to facilitate loans and other requirements for their businesses.
Information, Telecommunication and Culture Committee Chairperson in the National Legislative Assembly calls on media practitioners to cooperate with security organs.
Yei Catholic Diocese Secretary-General on Tuesday advises St Joseph Secondary students to help their parents during holidays and desist from roaming without doing productive work.
As South Sudan on Monday and Tuesday marks World Press Freedom Day with a conference in Juba, Eastern Equatoria calls for responsible journalism.
Western Equatoria State Parliament on Tuesday discharged its members to go to their constituencies for a three-month recess until August 2015.
Bangladesh Rehabilitation Assistance Committee or BRAC distributes vegetable seeds and tools including buckets, rakes, hoes, sickles and eight types of seeds such as tomatoes, cabbage, carrots, okra, eggplants and watermelons among others to support farmers in Yambio Payam.
Save the Children warns that South Sudan mothers are likely to die due to the current crisis that caused displacement, poverty and severely affected access to healthcare.
United Nations Children Fund or UNICEF Representative in South Sudan urges the government to make child rights the cornerstone of the world’s young nation, welcoming its ratification of the convention on the Rights of the Child.
United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan in a statement on Tuesday calls for aid workers’ freedom of movement to save lives in the country.
Tombura-Yambio Catholic Bishop Barani Edwardo Hiiboro Kusala on Monday appointed five managers and one deputy for one to three years office term.
The Association of Media Development in South Sudan or AMDISS Chairman reports that censorship is increasing at alarming rate in the country.