Insecurity continues to dominate the news. But, from reports of a leopard terrorising locals in Nimule to unexplained cases of diarrhoea, vomiting & nausea among children in Kajo-Keji – there is much to report from Equatoria. …
Joint statement issued by JMEC Partners Group which includes representatives of Kenya, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Sudan, Somalia, Chad, China, Norway, the UK, the US, the AU Commission, the EU, the IGAD Partners Forum and the UN….
At a roundtable discussion in London, organised by The Africa Programme for Chatham House, a UK think tank, where Ambassador Donald Booth shared his thoughts on South Sudan’s fragile peace process and its long-term prospects….
Insecurity was the big story for the last week with reports of government offensives against opposition forces throughout Equatoria. But scratch below the surface and you will see that much more was happening in Equatoria….
A petition from concerned members of South Sudanese communities in the UK urging the British Government to exert pressure on the Government of South Sudan to suspend the 28 states, as recently recommended by IGAD….
As the situation in Mundri continues to deteriorate, up to 44,000 civilians are in desperate need of food and medical aid. While aid agencies struggle to reach them, the most vulnerable are starving to death….
Festus Mogae, Chairperson of JMEC delivered a report to the AU Peace and Security Council on the progress of the Peace Agreement. The government, more than any other party, came in for some serious criticism….
A Catholic Bishop delivers a powerful message condemning the spiralling militarism, criminality and insecurity that have seized the country, saying that it has become dangerous to tell the truth of the situation in South Sudan….