Thursday, July 28, 2016 07:36 PM
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“233 cases of cholera have now been recorded in Juba and 5 people have died from the disease. In Tomping camp, 6 suspected Cholera cases have been reported, which, together with the living conditions at the camp, leaves its residents at a higher risk of contracting the disease”
President of the Republic of South Sudan, Salva Kiir [Getty Images]
South Sudan President, Salva Kiir Mayardit today issued a republican decree appointing the former SPLM-IO Chief Negotiator, Taban Deng Gai as the First Vice President.
25 July 2016
“As a sovereign and political independent State, intervention of external forces or UN trusteeship in the South Sudan is totally rejected by the people of Aweil East State as it undermines the vito right of a sovereign State”
Thousands of protestors in the street of
The arrow boys are a number of armed groups in Western
The Commander in Chief of the SSPPF/Arrow Boys, Charles Kisanga on Wednesday arrived to Juba as a response to the recently issued amnesty by President Salva Kiir to South Sudanese armed forces fighting against the government.
Protestors in Juba hold a banner protesting against foreign forces [Photo by Jok P.
Thousands of civilians poured to the streets of South Sudan’s capital Juba, protesting the intervention of foreign forces awake of the recent violence that erupted in Juba.
In an article published on the German Foreign Ministry website last Thursday, it said that at least 200 German nationals in South Sudan capital Juba have been evacuated following military clashes between the government forces and the armed Opposition forces led by 1st Vice President Dr. Riek
President Salva Kiir Mayardit on Thursday met with the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission Chairperson, Festus G. Mogae and H.E Alpha Oumar Konare, the African Union (AU) special envoy to South Sudan at the State House.
15 July 2016
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