KAJOKEJI (1 Jul.) - Tensions remain high in Kajokeji, Central Equatoria, following fighting between “armed actors” in June, according to the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian affairs. full story
AWEIL (1 Jul.) - Traffic guards in Northern Bahr el Ghazal have been distributed to the proposed states of Aweil, Lol and Aweil East. The distribution aimed to comply with President Salvia Kiir's... full story
WAU (1 Jul.) - After recent violence in Wau, civil society and religious organizations have expressed anger and despair at the absence of peace in South Sudan. full story
MARIDI (1 Jul.) - Citizens of Maridi County on Friday turned out to clear Maridi airstrip to allow flights to land in the state. full story
JUBA (1 Jul.) - The United States Agency for International Development has responded to 'Healthcare in Crisis', a series of reports published by Radio Tamazuj a month ago about drugs shortages... full story
JUBA (1 Jul.) - South Sudan's Deputy Information Commissioner Wol Deng Atak has resigned over “absence of political will and institutional support to ensure the Commission's independence.” full story
TEREKEKA (1 Jul.) - Renovation of the Tekekeka-Juba road by an SPLA engineering company began on Tuesday, with the purpose of improving basic service delivery to citizens in the area. full story
JUBA (1 Jul.) - Hilal team won over Black Stars team by 57 points to 55 points on 30 June 2016 in the final match of Manut Bol basketball tournament in Juba at Nimra Talata basketball stadium. full story
WAU (1 Jul.) - The number of Sudanese traders killed in recent violence in Wau town in South Sudan’s Western Bahr al Ghazal State has reached at least to 10, while 20 others are reported missing... full story
BABANUSA (1 Jul.) - The Governor of Sudan’s West Kordofan State Abu Gassim al Amin has threatened to expel Ayat Construction Company for failure to complete the construction of Babanusa-Muglad road. full story