By Catholic Radio Network: Reconciliation start with individuals and goes to the community, according to a group of South Sudan young artists called Ana Taban or I am tired. The artists gave the message to…Read More
By Catholic Radio Network: The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission or JMEC on Wednesday started a two-day workshop for peace deal stakeholders to review security arrangements in Juba. The discussions are focusing on the UN…
By Catholic Radio Network: Four point eight million people are suffering from “severe shortage of food” in South Sudan, says United Nations Development Programme Acting Country Director. Jean Luc Stalon told the press on Thursday…
The Sentry, an initiative spearheaded by the Enough Project, publishes its first ever report which focuses on war-time corruption practiced at the highest levels of South Sudan’s government and security services, including President Salva Kiir….
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….