A United Nations panel of experts has described the deployment of Ugandan troops to Yei River State as a violation of an international arms embargo, adding that Kenya has "not demonstrated sufficient political and diplomatic will to consistently support the peace process".
Women mourn the death of a loved one in South Sudan (file photo).
SNA, 26 November 2019
Deputy Chairman of the Sovereign Council and Head of the Mediation, Lieutenant General Mohamed Hamdan Daglo has underscored Sudan support to parties in South Sudan State and stand… Read more »
VOA, 27 November 2019
A United Nations report accuses South Sudanese rebel and government military commanders of illegally logging and selling teak and mahogany trees in the former Central Equatoria and… Read more »
Nation, 26 November 2019
The government of South Sudan has urged the United States to be patient as its leaders work to achieve peace. Read more »
South Africa: Mabuza Successfully Concludes South Sudan Visit
SAnews.gov.za, 22 November 2019
Deputy President David Mabuza has concluded his two-day working visit to Juba in South Sudan, where he held consultations with various stakeholders and signatories to the… Read more »
The United States says it is "gravely disappointed" by the failure of South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and opposition leader Riek Machar to to form a transitional unity ... Read more »
South Sudan's president and chief rebel leader have agreed to postpone formation of a transitional unity government for 100 days. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni announced the ... Read more »