The Trump Administration has imposed sanctions on two senior members of South Sudan’s government and the country’s former army chief.
The measure Wednesday freezes any assets that Information Minister Michael Makuei Leuth, deputy defense chief Malek Reuben and former army … » Read more
The United States has raised the issue of religious freedom in talks about easing sanctions on Sudan, the new head of the U.S. Agency for International Development said in Sudan on Tuesday.
The head of the agency, Mark Green, held … » Read more
A workshop designed for members of the Technical Committee in charge of the National Consultation Process for the establishment of the Commission for Truth, Reconciliation and Healing (CTRH) was completed this week at Juba Grand Hotel. The training aimed for … » Read more
South Sudan’s main rebel group says an American journalist shot and killed while embedded with rebels Saturday was not taking part in a battle against government forces.
Christopher Allen was shot in the head by government forces at the Kaya … » Read more
U.S. President Donald Trump’s new aid chief, Mark Green, kicked off an African tour in Sudan on Sunday, where he will assess whether Khartoum has done enough to get help into conflict areas to deserve eased sanctions.
It is Green’s … » Read more
The Japanese government has released 10 million US dollars for South Sudanese refugees and Ugandan host communities in northern Uganda, making good a pledge made by Nobuo Kishi, the State Minister for Foreign Affairs on June 23 this year, when … » Read more
South Africa’s Department of Trade and Industry (dti) has funded the visit of a six-member group as part of the department’s efforts to increase trade and investments between South Africa and South Sudan.
General Secretary of the South Sudan Chamber … » Read more