JUBA (25 May.) - South Sudanese women from across the nation on Wednesday have gathered in Juba for a two days peace conference aimed at updating women on the status of implementation of the peace... full story
BOR (25 May.) - A group of technicians from a telecommunications company has been affected by poor roads while attempting to go to Ayod in South Sudan to reopen the phone network connection there... full story
JUBA (25 May.) - A three day symposium on human rights began at the Juba University College of Law on Tuesday. The workshop aims to promote greater awareness and dialogue on human rights issues in... full story
YEI (25 May.) - Child prostitution is on the rise in Yei, sources have told Radio Tamazuj. full story
PARIANG (25 May.) - The minister of information in South Sudan’s proposed Ruweng state in northern Unity said on Tuesday there are incidents of congenital malformation among newborn... full story
WASHINGTON (25 May.) - The following exchange took place between US State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark C. Toner and a journalist at the State Department on Monday. They were discussing a reported... full story
ABYEI (25 May.) - The deputy head of mission of the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) Zeido Kiros has hailed the peace reached by Ngok Dinka and Misseriya tribes in the... full story
KOSTI (25 May.) - The governor of Sudan’s White Nile state, Abdul Hamid Musa Kasha, has blamed South Sudan's army (SPLA) for the closure of the border between Sudan and South Sudan. full story
JUBA (25 May.) - A Somali fuel tanker driver was killed along the Juba-Nimule road yesterday. full story
MANGALA (25 May.) - Schools and government institutions in Mangala, Jubek State, reopened on Monday after recent clashes in the area. full story