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South Sudan agrees to Egyptian request for military base near Pagak

South Sudan government has agreed to a Egyptian request to build a military base in Pagak, a former opposition stronghold that lies...

The UNSC and South Africa is set to vote today on whether to extend the arms embargo on South Sudan.

Political tensions between rival camps of Salva Kiir and Riek Machar remain high despite the formation of a unity government.

Hundreds killed, villages destroyed in massacres undermining South Sudan’s peace deal

In mid-May, attackers with machine guns stormed a remote cluster of villages in South Sudan, killing hundreds, according to aid agencies working...

Major Corruption and money laundering by high ranking military leaders in South Sudan

As the Covid-19 pandemic hits hard across Africa and billions of dollars are being deployed in response, a new report published today...

South Sudanese Shanelle Nyasiase, a model and a mentor

The breakout Ethiopia-born, South Sudanese model has caught the industry’s eye and walked in over 50 shows for the likes of Chanel,...

South Sudan: an unexplored Eden of biodiversity

he light plane banked sharply to circle back over the plains. The pilot had spotted something below: antelope, first one, then many,...

A mother of two has reportedly been gang-raped by armed men before her children in Juba’s Gudele suburb.

"Sexual harassment is rising day by day in South Sudan this is not something we would want our Daughters, Sisters and mothers...

Public Reacts to Fake Virus-removing Cards That Made President Salva Kiir Lose His Government to Covid-19

President Salva Kiir Mayardit seated in his office with his 'Virus-removing Card' tagged to the pocket of his coat. (Photo: PPU)

SERVING FOR PEACE: SERGEANT ALMAZ DESTA, A PEACEKEEPER, A MECHANIC AND A WOMAN

“I love mechanics,” says Sergeant Almaz Kabtimer Desta from Ethiopia who is currently serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan...

Uganda registers 15 more COVID-19 cases

15 more people have been confirmed to have contracted the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), rising the country’s total to 175.

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Rwanda: Tanzania, Rwanda to Resolve Cross Border Trade Hurdles

TANZANIA and Rwanda have agreed to meet at the end of this month to discuss and address various bottlenecks that impede smooth...

Progress on South Sudan peace agreement ‘limps along’

Progress on implementing the South Sudan peace agreement is halting partially due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a special representative of...

Burundi: New Government, but no progress insight on the human rights front

Following the 2020 presidential, legislative and local elections, the fifteen-year presidency of Pierre Nkurunziza came to a close and a new era...

Kenya: Military Demand for Land Puts Northern Kenya’s Farmers On Edge

Villagers say the military is taking over vital grazing land, forcing them to compete with neighbouring communities for pasture

Kenyans, cry less over pipeline

Ever since Uganda in April 2016 announced it would build the pipeline to export its crude oil through the Tanzanian seaport of...
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