Transport cost goes high due to fuel shortage

National, News » December 24, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

Some transport companies and boda -boda motor cycle riders say they have raised their fees for different destinations inside the country due to…

More Opposition Members Defect to SPLM

National, News » December 24, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

Four senior members of the United Democratic Front or UDF party have defected to SPLM party in Wau. On Thursday afternoon, one of…

Adjumani refugees sceptical of return

Entertainment, National » December 23, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

South Sudanese refugees who fled to Northern Uganda from the Yei River area over massive human rights abuses in the recent months have…

More trouble hits Juba University

National, News » December 23, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

The  Lecturers’ Union of Juba University are at loggerheads again with the University administration. They Say Suspension of 5 Academic Staff By UoJ…

Start preparing for elections in 2018-Museveni Tells Kiir

National, News » December 23, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

President Museveni on Thursday told the warring parties in South Sudan to stop fighting stop and “give peace and democracy a chance”. The…

Several feared dead in new Juba-Nimule road attack

National, News » December 22, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

At least one person has been confirmed dead and several others sustained injuries when a passenger vehicle travelling from Juba to Labonok on…

UN votes today on South Sudan Sanctions

National, News » December 22, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

In a last ditch effort to exert some semblance of influence over South Sudan, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is finally bracing…

Riek appoints more leaders in SPLM-IO

National, News » December 22, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

Former  vice president and rebel leader Dr. Riek Machar has appointed more senior officials to senior SPLM-IO leadership positions, documents seen by Talk…

Governor wants national security services to take control of Wau

National, News » December 21, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

Governor of Wau State says the state is in urgent need for forces of the National Security Service and the Police to restore…

Japan resists U.S. lobbying for new vote on South Sudan arms embargo  

National, News » December 21, 2016 » By Talk of Juba

After threatening South Sudan with a U.N. arms embargo to encourage steps toward peace, the United States wants to impose the measure, but…