President, UK's Boris Johnson Discuss Somalia, South Sudan, Burundi
[Monitor] New York -President Museveni has held candid talks with the United Kingdoms Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on the situation in Somalia South Sudan and Burundi.Mr Museveni told Boris that there must be a more serious concerted effort to flush out and stop al-Shabaab militants from Somalia and called for the strengthening of AMISOM through provision of more equipment and personnel to finish the job.
Court Frees Six in Presidency Theft Case
[East African] The South Sudan High Court has acquitted six of the 16 people convicted for stealing millions of dollars from the Office of the President.
U.S. Extends Temporary Protected Status for Cirizens
[VOA] The Trump administration has extended Temporary Protected Status for nationals of South Sudan but will end the designation for citizens from Sudan in 2018.
Delegation From Juba Arrives in Khartoum to Discuss Economic Issues
[SNA] Khartoum -Deputy National Prime Minister, Chairman of Economic Sector and Minister of Investment, Mubarak Al-Fadel received, Tuesday, at the airport, a high level South Sudan delegation headed by the Advisor of the President of the State of South Sudan besides Finance, Oil and Trade Ministers in the presence of Minister of Commerce, Hatim Al-Ser.
Museveni Tells UN - Identity Politics Killing South Sudan
[Observer] President Yoweri Museveni has said the conflict in South Sudan was caused largely by a lack of ideology and the actions of politicians who promote identity politics.
Juba/Khartoum Joint Economic Talks Kick Off
[SNA] Khartoum -The meetings of the joint committee between the Sudan and the state of South Sudan kicked off, Tuesday evening in Khartoum, at the council of minister, targeting the development and promotion of the economic relations between the two countries in oil and trade fields.
Juba/Kartoum in Joint Economic Talks Start
[SNA] Khartoum -The meetings of Sudan -South Sudan joint Committee started, Tuesday, at the Council of Ministers to promote the economic relations in oil and trade fields.
Juba Delegation Arrives to Resolve Economic Issues and Obstacles Between Two Countries
[SNA] Khartoum -The Deputy National Prime Minister, the Investment Minister, Mubarak al- Fadel al- Mahdi received, Tuesday, at Khartoum airport the high level delegation of the state of South Sudan, led by the Advisor to the Head of State of South Sudan, Tut Kallouk, Finance Minister Stephen Diu Mau, Minister of Petroleum Azayk Lwal Al-Qallawak and the trade Minister Moses Hassan, in the presence of the Sudan's Trade Minister Hatim Al-Sir.
Museveni, UK's Boris Johnson Discuss South Sudan, Burundi
[Monitor] President Museveni has held candid talks with the United Kingdoms Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on the situation in Somalia South Sudan and Burundi.
The Country Needs More Than a Hybrid Court
[ISS] When government soldiers stormed the Terrain residential compound in Juba, South Sudan, on 11 July 2016, they attacked, robbed and raped foreign aid workers and shot dead a local journalist.
Ghandour Meets South Sudanese FM On Sideline of UN General Assembly Sessions
[SNA] Khartoum -Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour met on Sunday on fringe of the UN General Assembly 72nd session in New York with Foreign Minister of South Sudan, Deng Alor.
Lobby Group Rejects Media Regulator's Order
[East African] The Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS) has rejected the order by the regulator for fresh registration of all practitioners and institutions.
Banks on Allies to Veto U.S.-Fronted Arms Embargo
[East African] South Sudan will be looking up to Russia and China to scuttle threats by the United States to impose an arms embargo for failing to implement the 2015 peace agreement.
Pres. Sirleaf Applauds Correction Officers Ahead of Assignment in South Sudan
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has applauded five personnel of the Bureau of Correction and Rehabilitation of the Ministry of Justice who have been seconded for Peace Keeping Mission to the United Nations Mission in South Sudan.
UN to Discuss South Sudan Humanitarian Crisis
[East African] The United Nations will hold a meeting on the growing humanitarian situation in war-torn South Sudan, official said.
World Bank Gives Govt U.S.$50 Million Humanitarian Aid
[East African] The World Bank has given South Sudan $50 million to address food insecurity and malnutrition.
Liberia Deploys Correction Officers to South Sudan
[New Dawn] Liberia is sending five corrections officers to South Sudan under a United Nations operation in that country, in an effort to expose the law enforcement personnel to outside environment.
ICRC Driver Killed in Ambush
[VOA] A worker with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) was shot and killed over the weekend when a convoy of their vehicles traveling in former Western Equatoria was ambushed.
Dialogue Committee Decries the Continuation of War
[East African] The on-going fighting between rebels and government forces in parts of South Sudan poses a serious threat to the national dialogue initiative, official said.
Shrinking Land Opens New Challenge Facing South Sudanese Refugees
[East African] As the South Sudanese refugee population in Uganda surges, each day comes with a fresh crisis that tests their hosts' generosity, UN agencies and other charitable organisations providing the basic resources to keep the asylum seekers going.