Kiir offers Taban’s rival a job

President Salva Kiir has offered rival of his right-hand man a gubernatorial position, in what appears to be a settlement of be power wrangles within the SPLM-IO Taban. In February, Gathoth Gatkuoth threatened to dispose of the First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai after he unilaterally dissolved SPLM-IO in Government and joined the mother SPLM. […]

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Facts you need to know about Minister of Foreign Affairs, Awut Deng

Ms. Awut Deng Acuil born on July 15, 1963, she is currently the South Sudan Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and a member of South Sudan Legislative Assembly representing Tonj East Constituency. She also serves as a member of the political bureau as well as the National Liberation Council of the Sudan People’s […]

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NPTC receives another $40 million

The National Pre-Transitional Committee has receive another $40 million from the government for the implementation of pre-transitional activities, according to Chairperson Tut Gatluak. The pre-interim committee previously proposed a $285 million budget to also cover the activities of its sub-committees and the national constitutional amendment committee. Most of the funds were meant for screening, registration, […]

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More female teachers could discourage early marriage – Unicef

The UN children’s agency, Unicef, has encouraged women to join in the teaching profession as a means of motivating more girls to enroll in schools. This, according to the agency, will reduce the rate of early child marriage in South Sudan. UN estimates that up to 45 percent of women in South Sudan are married […]

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UN chief tells states to protect children’s rights

The UN Secretary General has urged the government to provide children with food, healthcare, education and protect them against war. In September, the United Nations children agency called for increased support for parents forced to raise their babies and young children in conflict-affected areas. UNICEF in a report said 29 million babies were born into […]

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