A group of refugees from Kajo-Keji, who fled an outbreak of violence by a government affiliated militia, are forcibly deported by Ugandan authorities, even though South Sudanese border officials have confirmed heightened levels of insecurity….
The Deputy Governor joins the Information Minister in resigning from the controversially created Terekeka State government. In an open resignation letter, the former state official slams the appointed Governor for his poor leadership and management skills….
In what has been a tragic week, 39 men, women and children have lost their lives and a further 11 remain seriously injured as inter-communal violence between Taposa and Didinga tribesmen wreaks havoc in Naura….
Insecurity continues to plague the strategic Juba to Nimule highway as two vehicles are attacked in as many days, resulting in the death of 8 civilians. No group has claimed responsibility for the deadly attacks….
The attempted assassination of the chairperson of a land dispute committee raises concerns about the often deadly trend towards violence and intimidation by land grabbers, desperate to hold on to property wrongly snatched from locals….
As the fuel shortage continues to bite in Juba, a central government initiative to deny black marketers access to fuel by deploying national security agents to petrol stations backfires as agents become involved in trading….
Terekeka information minister resigns, accusing the appointed governor of the controversially created state of nepotism. He claims too many positions were awarded by the governor to his family members and associates from his home area….
14 months after they were purchased, tractors ‘donated’ by the office of the president have finally arrived in Morobo, and local officials are keen to put them to use. There’s just one problem: bad roads….
The national health ministry hasn’t been able to resupply the Maridi Hospital since 2015. It has run out of drugs and patients are being asked to go buy their medicines from private pharmacies. Chandi Sevia,…
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….