The Editor in Chief of Freedom Bells has said all arrangements are in place for the re-launch of the newspaper this weekend.
The Arabic language newspaper was available in the south in the past, but suspended its operations following the secession of South Sudan in July last year.
Joseph Yai says the paper will be printed in Nairobi and the first copy will hit the streets of South Sudan on Sunday as planned.
Yai told Radio Miraya that they have signed an agreement with Kenyan Airways to fly in copies on a daily basis.
The newspaper will cover politics, features and sports.