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Emanuel Kondok, a South Sudanese community leader from New South Wales, calls for parents, community leaders, groups and individuals to play a role in the lives of...
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Abul Manyuon Mayen is a practising pharmacist, and she asking people who are not vaccinated to seek quick medical advice ahead of the flu season. Meanwhile,...
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Jonglei State incoming Governor Maker Thiong Maal said that he will work with the citizens of Jonglei. Maker was speaking during his first interview on SBS Dinka...
Philip Aguer Panyang Jot was the Governor of Jonglei State from 2005-2019. Aguer is a career soldier, a humanitarian who was appointed by President Kiir in...
(Audio in Dinka)Peter Biar Ajak has been moved to Juba main prison after the sentence was announced by the judges. Peter Biar Ajak's Lawyer talks about the...
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Sudanese Life in Australia

Life in Australia is a program by SBS Dinka that will focus on issues affecting many of the new migrants.

Hellen Berberi is a stringer for SBS Dinka and counsellor at the same time. Today, we talk with her about the need to help those who need help when in crisis. In...
As children are going back to school. Not all will find it easy to go back because of some challenges.  In this interview, Hellen Berberi talks about the...
In Australia, sexual education is taught in classes but nothing of that kind when it comes to parents within the South Sudanese communities. In the Dinka...
Life can be challenging and sometimes people failed to see things that are affecting them like anxiety, depression and many other mental health-related ...
In this episode, we discuss the issue facing many of the South Sudanese women who are living in Australia. When it comes to health issues, women fight hard to...