October 28

October 27

October 26

  • South Sudan: President Kirr Agrees to Adoption of Federal System - Source

    Sudan Tribune

    South Sudan's president, Salva Kiir, has unconditionally accepted the adoption of a federal system of governance in the country, including all accompanying reforms, a high-level... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Tanzanian Party Brokers South Sudan Dialogue

    EA Business

    The two principal rival leaders in the ruling party in South Sudan, President Salva Kiir were in Arusha last week to make peace. Kiir chairs the SPLM government and Riek Machar,... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Jonglei's Twic East Community Appeals for Food Aid

    Sudan Tribune

    Members of Twic East county in South Sudan's Jonglei state are urging the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to urgently airdrop food in safe areas. Chiefs representing the... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Participants Hail Yei Reconciliation Workshop

    Sudan Tribune

    Participants taking part in a 28-day reconciliation workshop in South Sudan's Central Equatoria state have expressed optimism that the country's wounds can be healed. Read more »

October 25

October 24

  • South Sudan: Govt Probes Chinese Firm Amidst Hacking Allegations

    Sudan Tribune

    South Sudanese authorities have ordered a probe into allegations that Huawei, a private Chinese technological company may have hacked into its systems. Read more »

  • South Sudan: Jonglei Agriculture Minister Calls for More U.S. Funding

    Sudan Tribune

    The agriculture minister in South Sudan's Jonglei state, Mayen Ngor has urged the United States government to maintain its emergency and development funding to the region. Read more »

  • South Sudan: Rumbek Market Hit By Price Hike On Basic Commodities

    Sudan Tribune

    Lakes state capital Rumbek is feeling the squeeze after being hit by a sharp rise in the prices of commodities. The price hike comes amid complaints that roads connecting Rumbek to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Sudanese Ambassador to Nigeria Dies in Abuja

    Premium Times

    The Sudanese Ambassador to Nigeria, Tagelsir Ali, is dead, the country's embassy confirmed on Friday in Abuja. Read more »

  • Uganda: We Must Not Hold S. Sudan to Ransom! [opinion]


    I completely identify with the directive recently issued by the South Sudanese minister for Labour, Public Service and Human Resource Development, Ngor Kolong Ngor. Read more »

October 23

  • South Sudan: Women Propose Sex Strike

    Sudan Tribune

    A group of female South Sudanese peace activists have appealed to women across the country and in diaspora to consider denying their husbands sex until the conflict is resolved. Read more »

  • South Sudan: Dozens Die in Fresh Lakes State Clashes

    Sudan Tribune

    At least 15 South Sudan army soldiers were killed when they clashed with pastoralists in Lakes state's Rumbek North county, police officials told Sudan Tribune. Read more »

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