Former Machar spokesman James Gadtet and former security adviser William John Endley were facing death sentences on treason and conspiracy charges.
Two Machar Followers Freed
VOA, 5 November 2018
South Sudanese authorities on Friday released two former high-ranking followers of rebel leader Riek Machar who were facing death sentences. Read more »
Video screenshot of former Machar security adviser William John Endley, left, and former Machar spokesman James Gadtet William.
South Sudan Pardons Condemned SA Man to Boost Confidence in Peace Process
Daily Maverick, 2 November 2018
Ex-SANDF colonel William Endley is due home soon. Read more »
EU Wants Rights Violators in South Sudan Punished
Monitor, 5 November 2018
The European Union (EU) has implored the parties to the conflict in South Sudan to hold to account persons accused of committing violence. Read more »
As South Sudan Celebrates, UN Envoy Cites Trust As Future 'Key Ingredient'
UN News, 2 November 2018
Thousands of elated citizens gathered in South Sudan's capital of Juba on Wednesday to celebrate an agreement signed in September between the President and his former deputy, which… Read more »
Freedom for Political Detainees James Gatdet, William Endley
Nation, 31 October 2018
South Sudan President Salva Kiir on Wednesday declared the release of two political detainees who had been sentenced to death. Read more »
Jok Madut Jok, co-founder and director of Sudd Institute, a Juba-based think-tank said "leaders should now use the current peace agreement as an opportunity to carry out nationwide ... Read more »
Spokesperson Lam Paul Gabriel says opposition leader Riek Machar is leading a small delegation but not bringing his own security despite concerns for his safety. Read more »
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