Local seed supplier complains UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization doesn’t prioritize using local seed
Analyst says newly arrived Rwandan forces won't defuse conflict if they remain positioned in Juba
Move comes after Trump administration unilaterally imposed arms restrictions on government last week, Kiir administration says unilateral US sanction will not be extended to United Nations
Addis Ababa talks will focus on security agreements and governance structures in South Sudan
Four fatal shootings by unknown gunmen in recent weeks prompt state police commissioner to increase security in Yambio town
Activists at two-day national conference in Juba call on leaders to appoint women to branches of unity government being formed
South Sudanese HIV/AIDS sufferers fight the virus through a support group that goes out into the community to spread a message of safe sex.
A state program in South Sudan to keep girls in school is so successful, officials want to take it nationwide.
South Sudan rolls out its own textbooks and school curriculum.