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A senior Vatican official visits South Sudan; a Red Cross program in South Sudan helps families locate loved ones separated by the conflict; and education officials in Wau State accuse government forces of occupying schools and denying children an education.
A South Sudanese activist makes his first court appearance five months after being detained; South Sudan’s cabinet minister reacts to accusations that his committee is wasting money; and Jonglei State authorities suspend river transportation on the River Nile.
Sudd Institute founder Jok Madut Jok outlines South Sudan’s constitution, and explains how justice is administered in the country; a civil society activist says loopholes in South Sudan’s laws could allow the practice of forced marriage to continue; and a new International Monetary Fund report warns South Sudan’s worsening economy will make it tough to pay off expensive loans.
The head of the South Sudan National Revenue Authority blames the current uptick in revenue collection on corruption and tax evasion; South Sudanese women they are not fairly represented on local media outlets; and medical professionals express frustration over the shortage of skilled health workers in Bor.
Wau State authorities accuse pastoralists from Tonj State of killing at least nine people; South Sudan’s Independent Boundaries Commission holds its first meeting in Juba; and a Sudan activist inspires many for continuing to march despite losing his right hand in the protests.
President Salva Kiir travels to Rome to meet with Pope Francis; students in Juba are blocked from staging a demonstration to protest increased tuition fees; and a non-profit organization in Canada offers a trauma healing program for survivors of South Sudan's civil war.
A co-author of a new crisis group report calls the South Sudan peace deal an unfinished product that may require revisions; South Sudan’s defense minister releases an action plan to end sexual violence; and Ethiopia Airlines continues to fly into and out of South Sudan's capital, Juba.
Hotel managers demand the South Sudan government pay millions of dollars in unpaid bills; Joint Defense Board officials plan to form a special force to provide security for top government officials; and the Deputy Chairman of the SPLM-IO outlines the challenges in implementing the revitalized peace deal.
The U.N. calls for the African Union to establish a court in South Sudan to prosecute perpetrators of war crimes; officials say pastoralists from neighboring Tonj State have displaced thousands of Wau county residents from their homes; and the head of a humanitarian organization travels to South Sudan to assess relief operations in the country.
The black box flight recorder is recovered from the wreckage of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 that crashed shortly after takeoff; members of the South Sudan Civil Society Forum are suspended for violating the group’s resolutions; and nighttime gunfire causes panic among residents in Yei Town.
A local civic engagement center promotes peace among residents in Wau; a U.S.-born South Sudanese athlete sets an American record in track and field; and women in South Sudan mark ‘International Women’s Day’ with a demand for gender equality across the country.
Delays in training a unified army sets back the formation of a Transitional Government of National Unity; displaced families accuse government troops of looting and burning down their villages in Yei River State; and South Sudanese women leaders call on the government to end sexual and gender-based violence across the country.
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