President Salva Kiir revokes appointment of 35 MPs

Kiir revokes appointment of 35 MPs days before taking oath

Almost all the MPs whose appointments were revoked are from Kiir’s SPLM except for the 2 who are representing South Sudan Opposition Alliance.
Kiir reconstitutes the Council of States

Kiir reconstitutes the Council of States

The new Council of States will consist of 92 members representing various groups who are signatories to the R-ARCSS.
Traffic police officer removing car tint in Juba

“President Kiir car is not tinted, why would yours have a tint?” says traffic police boss

Kon John has ordered the traffic police officers to confiscate and legally charge motorists driving tinted cars
Maker Mayual was killed in an ambush in Lakes State

More aid workers killed in Lakes State ambush

The incident marked the third killing of an aid worker in South Sudan in 2021
TB Joshua is dead

TB Joshua is dead

Popular self-proclaimed Nigerian Prophet, Temitope Balogun Joshua also known as TB Joshua is dead, his church has confirmed.
MTN the most hated company in South Sudan

Is MTN the most hated company in South Sudan?

With the rate in change for its mobile packages, MTN South Sudan is once again in the consumers’ sights. Since the launch of its...
General John Akot Maluth

Kiir sacks Immigration and Passports chief, appoints successor

Lt. Gen. Atem M. Biar was appointed the new director-general for the Directorate of Civil Registry, Nationality, Passports and Immigration.
South Sudan Parliament Hall

Members of the Parliament of South Sudan

As a result of a peace agreement that came into effect in February 2020, South Sudan's post-independence National Legislative Assembly was reconstituted as the Transitional National Legislative Assembly with 550 members.
Johnny Ohisa Damian

Kiir appoints Johnny Ohisa new first deputy governor of Central Bank

Prior to his appointment last evening, Ohisa was the Director-General for Currency & Banking Operations at the Bank of South Sudan.
Refugee camp in Uganda

Uganda threatens to expel refugees over dispute with the UN

Uganda is demanding that the WFP buy food from Ugandan farmers to feed refugees or relocate them to countries supplying it.