South Sudan’s PPP grid expansion offers Nigeria new cues
While Nigeria continues to contend with regular grid collapse as a result of the parlous power infrastructure, and inability to attract new investments...
South Sudan talks fail to end impasse over state boundaries:
The latest round of peace talks between South Sudan's two rival leaders has failed to strike a deal on the vital issue of internal boundaries, mediators said on Friday.
ICRC facilitates release of 23 people held by rebel group
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), on Thursday said it had facilitated the release of 23 people previously held by a rebel group in South Sudan. ICRC said in a statement issued in Juba that it received a request from the National Salvation Front (NAS), an armed group active in the Equatorial region,…
South Sudan rivals agree to form unity government by deadline: president
South Sudan President Salva Kiir and opposition leader Riek Machar agreed Tuesday to form a unity government by a February deadline, as they face international censure over faltering peace talks.
Nigeria, Liberia, 10 others at risk of public safety, health, food security - Report
Nigerians have been listed as part of the 1.05 billion people globally, who are at the risk of suffering from public safety, health,
South Sudan's Kiir vows to honour peace deal army funding
South Sudan President Salva Kiir on Friday said a new delay to set up a power-sharing government was "endurable" as he vowed to honour a peace deal funding pledge for a unified army.
South Sudan’s Machar calls for delay to unity government as peace efforts stall
South Sudan’s main opposition accused the government on Wednesday of failing to push through a peace deal and called for a six-month delay in the formation of a unity administration.
Sudan agrees to aid, ceasefire, in peace talks with rebels
Sudan's government agreed Monday to allow humanitarian relief to war-torn parts of the country and renewed a ceasefire pact with major rebel groups at peace talks in South Sudan.