Sunday December 10, 2017

Author: Bith Jonathan

The SPLA Army Chief, General Paul M...

The SPLA Army Chief, General Paul Malong is Responsible for Detaining Gover...

JUBA – In a strongly worded letter, dated June 25, 2016, which was extended to the Upper Nile Times a day after the deadly clash that was believed to have claimed more than 4,000 people is now confirmed to have originated from Gen. Paul Malong Awan. The putting behind bar of Governor Elias... FULL STORY »

Taban not happy with the Mining Min...

Taban not happy with the Mining Ministerial portfolio. “But will not defect...

JUBA – SPLMIO’s chief negotiator and the newly appointed Minister of Mining in the transitional Government of National Unity (TGNU), Lt Gen Taban Deng Gai has expressed huge dissatisfaction in his role as the Minister of Mining, according to his aides and assistants at the Ministry of... FULL STORY »

28 states decree paused. Sent to bo...

28 states decree paused. Sent to border commission committee

JUBA – A presidential meeting today at J1 ordered the cancellation of the Presidential order number 36 for the establishment of the 28 states until a border and boundary committee come up with clear and exact maps to determine borders of states in the order based on ARCISS... FULL STORY »

Juba finally gave greenlight for IO...

Juba finally gave greenlight for IO Chief’s arrival – Spokesman

JUBA – South Sudan government has finally decided to give clearance to the army chief of staff of IO and his bodyguards of about 200 armed personnel to come to Juba whenever a charter plane is found, according to the spokesman James Gatdet Dak. Dak, according to an official statement he... FULL STORY »

Civilians flee to bush as government forces plan a major offensive on IO forces around Wau

JUBA – Civilians in the surroundings of the Western Bhar El Ghazal state city of Wau have flocked to the bushes in thousands in anticipation of a major offensive planned by the government... FULL STORY »

Parliament still can’t sit due to lack of fuel to generators

JUBA – South Sudan’s Parliament is still in lock down for three weeks due to shortage of fuel that provide services to its generators. The parliamentary generators were closed 4 weeks... FULL STORY »

UNSC still want to press on with sanctions despite the anticipated formation of the TGNU

JUBA – United Nations Security Council (UNSC) are poised to lay out various sanctions facing individuals of the warring parties by the 15th of April, according to internal UN circular... FULL STORY »

Machar’s arrival in Juba pushed to April 18

PAGAK, South Sudan – The leader of the SPLMIO and First Vice President Dr Riek Machar will not come to Juba on 12 of April as requested in the timetable of JMEC, according to a senior... FULL STORY »

Nhial Deng Nhial “privately acting” as the foreign Minister of So...

JUBA – South Sudan government’s former Minister of foreign affairs and chief negotiator of the government, Mr Nhial Deng Nhial is privately acting as the Foreign Minister of South Sudan,... FULL STORY »

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