Over 30 African journalists start three-week seminar in Beijing

Zhao Lijun (3rd left), Director of the Education and Training Centre of the China International Publishing Group (CIPG), with the journalists after the opening ceremony: By Jale Richard, Beijing At least 36 journalists from six African countries have started a three-week seminar on Renown Commentators and Columnists of Major Media...

Orphans learn Israeli technology

  One of the orphans playing the drone as the rests watched (photo by Kidega Livingstone):  By Kidega Livingstone A number of children at Juba Orphanage Centre have learned new technology skills from Israel following the visit by the Israeli Ambassador to the Centre on Monday. The children learnt how...

New Anglican Archbishop enthroned in Juba

  Bishop Justin Badi Arama, Anglican Archbishop of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan (file photo): By Moses Gum Degur A new Arch-Bishop of the Anglican Church was enthroned on Sunday in a ceremony at the All Saints Cathedral in Juba, attended by thousands of Anglicans. The Most Reverend Justin...

GESS approved £70 million for second programme

  Permanent Secretary of DFID, Matthew Rycroft MBE, Talking to GESS beneficiaries about their future aspirations (photo GESS/twitter): By Moses Gum Degur Girls' Education South Sudan recently received an approval of   £70 million for its new five-year programme in South Sudan, Hannah Rollings Communications Officer Girls' Education South Sudan has...

Turning to Agriculture

  By IPS News This report from Inter Press Service (IPS) was released on April 8 2016. There are others before and after urging the country to take agriculture seriously to help reduced expenditure, increase food security and to boost economy.  JUBA, South Sudan - Facing an unprecedented economic crisis,...
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