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SPLA restructure minimizes direct confrontations

The restructure of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) has minimized direct confrontation with the opposition forces in the country. The Executive Director of Foundation for Democracy and Accountable Governance (FODAG) Jame David Kolok said civil society organizations have seen a sign of optimism that the change of the SPLA...
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Equity Bank continues to operate with five branches

Though Equity stopped the operation of its seven branches in the country since December 2016, the Bank still continues to provide financial services to the people of South Sudan, an official said yesterday. Peter Kitheka Head of Marketing said the seven branches of Yambio, Torit, Kajo-Keji, SBL Branch, Malakal, and...
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We escaped in different directions –S. Sudan Children

News Deeply Children are bearing the cost of a gruesome civil war that has left tens of thousands dead and more than 3 million displaced. A growing number of child refugees are arriving in Uganda on their own, some still wearing their school uniforms. Sitting outside a makeshift tent in...
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Over 150,000 IDPs in dire need of assistance in Kajo-Keji

There are more than 150,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who are in need of food assistance in Kajo-Keji county of Yei River state, Peter Butili Farajallah, the Chairman of Relief and Rehabilitation Commission of Yei River state has said. Farajallah said people are stranded and suffering in three IDP camps...
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SPLA told to maintain justice

The human rights activists and the members of Civil Society Organizations have recognized the move taken by the SPLA to ensure that the perpetrators of rape victims and killers have to face military justice, Community Empowerment for Progress Organization said. Speaking to journalists during the training of the army and...
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Agricultural Bank to supply food to affected states

The Agricalutral Bank of South Sudan  has delivered basic food items to hunger stricken states of Jonglei, Eastern Lakes, Imatong state and as well to reach out to Kapoeta state if the secuirty  in the area is improved, Managing Director of the bank Rual Makuei Thiang has said. The food...
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SPLA will respect unilateral cease fire

The Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) will respect the unilateral ceasefire announced by President Kiir in line with the National Dialogue launched on Monday, Acting army spokesperson said yesterday. Colonel Santo Domic Chol said the SPLA chief of defense forces will order the army to observe the unilateral ceasefire today...
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Human rights commission concerned over increasing impunity

South Sudan Human Rights Commission has expressed deep concerns over growing impunity in the country following the shooting of three people at Juba Hai Commercial residential area on Saturday. “The commission is more concerned about the growing impunity with which national security personnel are conducting vigilante activities as demonstrated such...
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Intra-communal violence kills dozen

Intra-communal in Western Lakes State violence has left dozens of people dead after cattle raid by armed youth in Cuei-adukan village. In an interview with Juba Monitor, the Executive Chief, Majok Maper Manyiel confirmed the attack in Cuei-adukan. Manyiel said the attackers killed around 5 people during the clashes and...
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