Hundreds of women, young and old, gather and line up at a food distribution center, opposite Bentiu town’s main mosque.
They are from Nhialdiu, and have walked anywhere between 30 and 40 kilometers to get to this food distribution center.
Arriving at a partly run-down building just after 8 a.m. with files in hand, Bentiu’s new mobile High Court officials immediately settle down to their business of the day – studying cases they have scheduled to start on a Tuesday afternoon.
Emmanuel Kembe, VIP, Kawaja Revolution – all on one stage!
The unusual artistic trinity came to life in Malakal early this week, as they fired up a boisterous crowd at a peace concert fittingly called Malakal United.
Inmates at the state prison in Malakal have received a gift of medical supplies from Indian peacekeepers serving with the UN Mission in South Sudan. The donation includes antibiotics, fortified malnutrition supplements and bandages.