Red Cross demands access to wounded people in South Sudan town - Coastweek

By Julius Gale JUBA South Sudan (Xinhua) -- The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on Thursday expressed concern about the fate of people wounded in the fighting around Waat, in South Sudan's Bieh state, and requested all sides to allow ...

South Sudan: President Kiir Seeks Better Working Relationship With UN Troops - AllAfrica.com

Despite earlier comments which highlighted a distrust between UN forces and state police, President Salva Kiir is now stressing the importance of cooperation. South Sudanese President Salva Kiir is calling on the country's security forces to work ...

South Sudan Needs Inclusive, Collective Peace Efforts - The Wire

With lengthy, arduous peace efforts failing, South Sudan is facing its gravest humanitarian crisis in years. An Oxfam staffer helps a woman at UN House in Juba carry home some of the emergency supplies she has just received. Credit: Anita Kattakhuzy/Oxfam.

Uganda to export electricity to South Sudan - Medafrica Times

Uganda will soon supply power to South Sudanese border towns as part of the East Africa Community agreement to help member states, state-run news agency Sudan Tribune reports. According to Uganda's energy minister Simon D'janga, the 400 kilo-volts ...

ICRC to resume operations in S. Sudan's Equatoria region - Xinhua

JUBA, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said Friday that it will gradually resume operations in South Sudan's western Equatoria region, which were suspended following the killing of its staff last month. A South ...

South Sudan Calls Forces To Cooperate With UN Troops - SRJ News

South Sudan, the youngest country in the world, confirms state's forces will cooperate with the United Nations Regional Protection Force to establish peace and stability. President Salva Kiir said Friday to its forces not to fight with either the ...

Uganda to export power to neighbouring South Sudan - TODAY.NG

Uganda has pledged to supply power to two South Sudanese border towns as part of the East Africa Community agreement to help member states. Uganda's energy minister Simon D'janga said 400 kilo-volts of power will be supplied to the towns of Kaya and ...

Sudan: Rebel Rebels Resist Rehabilitation - Strategy Page

October 6, 2017: In South Sudan the government and some of the rebels agreed to resume peace talks on October 13th. There is some urgency now because in July the major donor nations (U.S. and European) announced major cuts in financial aid and ...

Uganda seals cross border electricity trade deal with S. Sudan - ESI Africa

In East Africa, Uganda has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with South Sudan, which will see Kampala extend electricity to South Sudan's border towns of Kaya and Nimule. Uganda's state minister for energy Simon D'janga, explained ...

Sudan to open humanitarian corridor for aid to South Sudan - Sudan Tribune

October 5, 2017 (JUBA) - The Sudanese government has agreed to open humanitarian corridors to deliver food aid to South Sudan, the South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation deputy commissioner said. JPEG - 72.6 kb; Part of an 18-truck WFP convoy ...

South Sudan vows radical reforms in security sector - Sudan Tribune

October 5, 2017 (JUBA) - The South Sudanese government on Thursday said it would now embark on radical reforms in the security sector, insisting that carrying out the necessary reforms would bring build public confidence in the institution. JPEG - 44.2 ...

Sudan Agrees to Open Humanitarian Corridor toward South Sudan - Prensa Latina

05 de octubre de 2017, 17:24Juba, Oct 5 (Prensa Latina) Sudan agreed to open an humanitarian corridor to aid victims of hunger and war in South Sudan, said today Paul Dhel Gum, acting Chairman of the South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Commission.