South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA) on Sunday said it blocked the group that broke away from the National Salvation Front (NAS) from attending its consultative meeting in Khartoum.
The South Sudanese national government announced a public holiday on Friday.
The government of South Sudan’s Bieh State says it is ready to implement the signed peace deal.
After armed conflict erupted in South Sudan in July 2016, one of the main issue of contention that led to the resumption of a full-scale war was the question of whether or not the replacement of Dr Riek Machar as First Vice President was valid (in line…
The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation (JMEC), a body tasked with overseeing the implementation of the peace agreement, has called on the South Sudan media to be part of the solution in the country’s quest for durable peace.
South Sudan government announced that the oil resumption test will be carried out in Unity region on 26 August before the full oil production begins.
The opposition National Salvation Front (NAS) led by General Thomas Cirillo has returned to GAD-led peace talks with the government in Khartoum, a senior opposition official said on Friday.
The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-In-Opposition (SPLM-IO) criticized the South Sudanese Ambassador to Khartoum after threatening to send opposition leader Riek Machar back into exile in South Africa.
Gunmen on Monday night attacked a commercial vehicle at Hiyala area along the Torit-Kaoeta road, inuring the driver.
Authorities in South Sudan’s Fashoda State have complained of “alarming” movements of troops loyal to NDM leader Lam Akol Ajawin.
Talks to resolve the pending issues in the peace deal were deadlocked on Thursday as the parties bickered over powers and competencies of the first vice president, according to officials at the peace talks.
Authorities in Aweil State’s Aroyo County say more than 200 people have been infected with River Blindness disease.
Police authorities in Abyei area have arrested four men on Monday for allegedly stealing money from a restaurant.
Youth in Torit in the Eastern Equatoria region took to the streets last weekend to celebrate International Youth Day, voice their many concerns and express their desire to play a bigger role in the future of the country.