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When South Sudan got her independence in 2011, many questions on how, why and what to be done to make the new country a better place where being asked. Even though...
Public anxiety about housing affordability is at an all-time high.Can the federal budget help those on low incomes, refugees and recent arrivals who are on public...
Australia has over five hundred national parks spreading across deserts, forests, mountains and water.  While their main purpose is to protect the native flora,...
Among those arrested was Adam Cranston, apprehended at his flat in the affluent beach suburb of Bondi. He is the son of one of Australia's most senior tax...
When SPLM/A split in 1991, many people on both sides of the political side died just because they were to faction-affiliated tribes or didnt support the idea. In...
Welcome to The Chefs’ Line
#TheChefsLine

Culture, heritage and history through food goes next level with the brand-new series The Chefs' Line.
Weeknights
 6pm on SBS (from Monday 3rd April).

South Sudan

News and information from South Sudan

South Sudanese Governor of Jonglei State Philip Aguer Panyang Jot spoke to SBS Dinka after the national committee headed by the Vice President met with the community...
Interview with Angelina Teny on South Sudanese crisis
South Sudanese former head of military Paul Malong Awan in recent interview after his sacking with Miraya Radio called for peace and calm in the country. Malong...
In 2015, 148 South Sudanese students were sent to Zimbabwe on state scholarship to various universities. The South Sudanese Government managed to pay the first...
Thomas Sankara Deng (Theji da Duot Deng) was appointed the Government of Ruweng State few months ago but this week a new decree relieving him from the duties was...