Catholic Bishops Express Doubt Over South Sudan Peace
In a statement the Bishops said "There is no will or commitment for peace among many of our leaders, hate speech and propaganda abound, and there is a thirst for revenge among our communities''.
President Salva Kiir (R) and Riek Machar (L).
SA to Send Humanitarian Assistance to South Sudan
SAnews.gov.za, 28 February 2019
Deputy President David Mabuza says government will soon send aid to South Sudan as the country gets set to rebuild as part of the transitional peace talks. Read more »
Kiir Plots Tour of the Nation
East African, 25 February 2019
South Sudanese President Salva Kiir plans a tour of different parts of the country to shore up support ahead of the formation of a new unity government. Read more »
A joint statement from the U.S., Britain and Norway, known as the Troika, say the fighting around the town of Yei represents a "flagrant breach" of a December 2017 ceasefire. Read more »
Three leading United Nations agencies have warned that more than half of South Sudan's population is suffering extreme hunger, and humanitarian aid is urgently needed. Read more »