A field inspection team has on Tuesday visited a pilot site established for the cantonment of troops in South Sudan.

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) has on Monday briefed members of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan (UNCHRSS), during their fourth field mission to the country.

The Civil Society in South Sudan should rally on a common goal and rise above social, political and economic vices like tribalism, partisanship and corruption, JMEC Deputy Chairperson has said.

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) “is keen to encourage a vibrant civil society voice and active involvement in the implementation of the Agreement of the Resolution of the Conflict of South Sudan (ARCSS)” JMEC Deputy Chairperson, Ambassador. Lt. Gen. Augostino Njoroge said.

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) has on Friday met the Strategic Review Team from the United Nations headquarters, in New York.

The National Constitutional Amendment Committee (NCAC) has on Wednesday received submissions from youth representatives towards the amendment of the constitution of South Sudan.

The Joint Military Ceasefire Commission (JMCC) has on Wednesday held it 45th meeting in Juba. 

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) has called on religious leaders in South Sudan to be at the forefront in promoting peace and reconciliation in the country.

JMEC Chairperson H.E. Festus Mogae has outlined a couple of measures that need to be taken into account by Parties, regional and international stakeholders to bring the implementation of South Sudan Peace Agreement "back on track".

The security situation in South Sudan remains fragile with major violations of the ceasefire continue to be recorded, said the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation (JMEC) Chairperson H.E. Festus Mogae.

The Chairperson of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) H.E. Festus Mogae has welcomed the approval of the Transitional Constitution of South Sudan Amendment Bill (2017) by the the Council of Ministers, terming it as “significant process.”