The Catholic Bishops of South Sudan are gathering in Juba from Tuesday through Friday to discuss the status of South Sudan Council of Churches’ peace initiative.
The Bishop of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan or ECSSS Kajo-Keji Diocese Anthony Dangasuk Pogo identified revenge as a major problem affecting South Sudan.
National Minister for Land, Housing and Physical Planning Catherine Juan Benaiah on Monday donated five thousand South Sudanese Pounds to Gosene Parish Gospel choir.
The Auxiliary Bishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba Santo Loku Pio on Sunday at St Theresa’s Cathedral warned the nation against preferring slavery from freedom.
Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference or SCBC Secretary-General Fr Jacob Odwa Paul on Sunday at St Charles Lwanga’s Chapel of St Joseph’s Parish in the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba cautions Christians against evil practices.
Authorities in Yei Civil Hospital suspended surgical operations of sick patients due to lack of fuel to run their generators.
Members of Lakes Legislative Assembly in their sixth secession on Monday decried the worsening security situation in the state.
International Committee of the Red Cross or ICRC received a new Communication Spokesperson Yamila Castro Martinez in South Sudan replacing Pawel Krzysiek, whose mission ended in May, 2015.
Support The Children Organization or SUTCO and SPARK on Saturday trained South Sudanese students’ Youth League political parties’ principles and ideologies with comparative study case of Uganda.
Radio Easter 94 FM of the Catholic Radio Network in Yei closed down on Friday evening after a lightning strike during heavy rains leaving some damage on equipments.
A female teacher in Juba has warned husbands and wives against open quarrels in the presence of children, saying such fighting disturbs children mind to the extent of affecting their learning in school.