Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn praises South Sudan's potential as he inaugurates a bank and scopes out business opportunities.
South Sudanese President Salva Kiir calls for unskilled jobs to be reserved for South Sudanese, not migrant workers from other countries
Sudanese President Omar al Bashir is due to visit Juba Friday for the first time since South Sudan became an independent nation in 2011.
South Sudan says it has withdrawn thousands of troops from the border with Sudan as a deadline looms for both sides to pull back their forces.
An unconfirmed number of people are dead and scores wounded as South Sudan's army battles in Jonglei state to crush David Yau Yau's rebels.
South Sudan is set to resume oil exports within weeks after signing an agreement with Khartoum, officials say.
More than four million people in South Sudan won't have enough to eat this year, even though food production is up significantly, a report warns.
A state governor in South Sudan slams a report by Amnesty International, which accuses officials of human rights violations.
South Sudan vows to defeat a rebel group led by David Yau Yau, which is suspected of killing more than 100 cattle keepers in Jonglei last week.
South Sudan warns that conflict with Sudan could flare again as Juba accuses Khartoum of massing troops at the border.
South Sudan is preparing to launch a national reconciliation effort to heal the wounds of war.
Minority leader in S. Sudan’s parliament says deal will build trust and confidence that both parties need to resolve remaining issues
WFP drops 32 metric tons of wheat, enough to feed more than 2,100 Sudanese refugees for one month
Abyei Joint Oversight Committee meets this week to discuss how to resolve dispute
Khartoum says it is ready to work with Juba
Biggest cuts came in foreign travel, salary bonuses, overtime, housing allowances for government employees
Civil society groups support government downsizing
Western Bahr Al Gahzal's Ras Korby says his music is all original and all about peace