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JUBA - 5 Apr

South Sudan confirms first case of COVID-19

South Sudan has confirmed its first case of COVID-19, first vice president announced on Sunday.


Explaining coronavirus (6): COVID-19 facts and myths

There are so many stories circulating about the novel coronavirus, it’s hard to tell what’s fact or fiction.
JUBA - 5 Apr

Over 30,000 primary school teachers to get incentives

A total of 32,000 primary school teachers in South Sudan will each receive 12,800 SSP as incentives next week, a government official said.
YAMBIO - 5 Apr

Coronavirus: Western Equatoria police deployed to ‘seal off’ DRC border

Police in Western Equatoria State have deployed forces to the South Sudan border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to prevent entry of people in the wake of COVID-19...
TORIT - 5 Apr

Sudanese trader found dead in Torit

A trader from Sudan’s Darfur region was on Friday found dead in the town of Torit in Eastern Equatoria State, a Sudanese trader and police said.
JUBA - 3 Apr

Kiir's daughter, military linked to mining sector corruption: report

A report by the US-based Sentry group says South Sudan’s gold mining sector is riddled with corruption involving President Kiir’s relatives, military leaders and other senior officials.

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