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Oye! News from Africa
Different speakers affirmed that the Day is commemorated yearly on June 16th by African Union member states and its partners saying it the annual occasion acknowledges plights children from around the African nations.
In the just concluded hectic event held at Torit Freedom Square, children from a
The one week training that ended over the weekend at the Women’s Union is intended to equip the educators with HIV/AIDS knowledge and communication skills so as to inform the communities they come from about the disease.
“We train them on HIV/AIDS prevention so that they can help communicate to
Kawaja Kau Madol Ciweer Tong, Rumbek Central County SPLM Assistant secretary for Political and Organization Affairs has quoted various sections within the SPLM constitution which he says the county chairperson did not follow to quality his dismissal and suspension of his membership in the party.
Last weekend the Sudanese president Omar Hassan Al-Bashir ordered the Oil Minister Awad Al Jaz to begin shutting down the pipelines carrying the crude from South Sudan for allegedly supporting the Sudanese rebels in Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile States.
The Juba government has however repeatedly
Adeba was speaking about the achievements by the church in the socio-economic development in Yei River County and the whole of South Sudan.
He said people’s negative attitudes towards development have greatly hindered developmental activities in the country, saying that positive attitudes for
In various interviews conducted in Rumbek, widows affected by the decision tell their plight as some have opted to feed their children with wild fruits as selling local brew was stopped without option being provided by state government to them and most of them have relative in government to support
The security operatives also arrested at least 40 suspects, in the last three months according to the county authorities.
Torit County Commissioner, German Charles Ojok told the press on Friday that eight riffles were recovered from Ogurunyu, 11 from Tirangore, two from Mura and three from Haforere
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