Senior SPLM founding members on Friday called on the party chairman to convene a political bureau meeting to set agenda for National Liberation Council on December 9.
The SPLM on Friday paid tribute to the former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela who died on Thursday in Johannesburg.
The national government planned to build roads linking the ten states to oil fields to reduce importation of the oil from neighbouring countries.
Central Equatoria State Girl Guides Association on Friday graduated 100 guides in its fourth batch in Juba.
The United Nation Mission in South Sudan or UNMISS in Yei on Friday condemned sexual exploitation and abuses in the country.
The head of Girls’ Education in the Education ministry in the Nuba Mountains revealed a plan to open evening schools for adult learners.
The UN Secretary General expressed profound sadness for the death of Nelson Mandela, saying the life of the late human rights lawyer, prisoner of conscience, international peacemaker and first democratically-elected President of post-apartheid South Africa was an inspiration for all.
Human Rights Watch or HRW warned South Sudan against killing the country’s spirit of independence through the NGOs bill to be passed next week.
Mortality rates in refugee camps of Unity and Upper Nile states have fallen steadily since June when they reached a worrying pike.
The Red Cross is welcoming volunteers regardless of their age, ethnicity, sex, religious belief or disability.