Pregnant and lactating soldiers discovered at cantonment sites

A number of expectant and lactating soldiers are living in harsh conditions at the cantonment sites across the country, the army spokesperson has said. It’s not clear how many pregnant and lactating soldiers are at the cantonment and training camps. But the SSPDF assessment was conducted in major military sites in greater Bahr el Ghazal […]

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MoH sets up measures to prevent coronavirus

Plans are underway to screen passengers at major entry points to prevent the entry of coronavirus disease into the country, the Ministry of Health has said. According to the World Health Organization, coronaviruses are a family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East respiratory […]

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S Sudan: the 2nd most corrupt nation on earth – report

Transparency International has once again ranked South Sudan as the world’s second most corrupt country. South Sudan falls just one point below Somalia. According to the 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index released yesterday, the level of corruption in the country is perpetuated by lack of “political accountability to facilitate anti-corruption mechanisms.” It noted that years of […]

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Peace monitor decries inadequate supplies to training centres

The peace monitoring body has raised an alarm over slow distribution of in-kind materials to the training centers for government and opposition forces. On Wednesday, two SPLA-IO soldiers reportedly succumbed to pneumonia at a training center in Owiny Kibul in Torit State. Amb. Augustino Njoroge, interim chairperson of the Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission, […]

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UoJ: School of Medicine students deny vandalizing facilities

Students of the School of Medicine at the University of Juba have denied participating in the destruction of campus facility during Wednesdays’ strike. They say the damage was done by those they refer to as “disgruntled student politicians.” On Wednesday, some students of University of Juba vandalized exam room after they were barred from sitting […]

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