News

National Dialoge Conference postponed

The National Dialogue regional conference slated for Wau State has suddenly been posponed to a later date. “For what the leadership regards as a happy develoment, we are her by announcing to our people that we are pushing the Bahr el Ghazal Regional Conference on the National Dialogue by one...
Opinion

Will the ruling party change the country?

In a meeting held in Tanzania more than a year ago, the SPLM carders who had previously been divided after the war erupted in the country agreed to unite and work together. But the Arusha agreement has not been implemented. It is hanging somewhere. No any substantial progress on its...
News

Jonglei Parliament demands probe into investment land

The Jonglei State Legislative Assembly (JSLA) has directed the state Ministry of Physical Infrastructures and Municipal Council to investigate complains around investment lands. Earlier last month, Jonglei Investment Commission said that most investors in the state were turning plots allocated for investment into private residential areas which interferes with the...
News

Twic governor to sponsor eight best PLE students

Twic State governor Atem MadutYaakhas pledged to sponsor eight best students in the recently released Primary Leaving Examinations to continue their education in secondary schools. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday from the state capital Turalei, Michael Mayot Nyuan,the state minister of information said the governor was impressed by the performance...
News

Eastern Lakes nominate 27 for National Dialogue conference

Authorities in Eastern Lakessaid a list of 27 people has been submitted to the members of the National Dialogue Steering Committee to attend Wau conference. The state information minister Taban Abel Aguek said the delegates comprised of youth, women, local and religious leaders were set to participate in the upcoming...
Opinion

No two options on gender violence

I have had to shake-off some valuable friends because of some good reasons, some of which border on very important matters of human rights. As a seasoned journalist, I have literally spent several years building my career and this has also drained me of huge amount of resources. This means...
Opinion

How do they earn their money?

Over the past few months in Juba, I have been keenly following a certain class or clique of youth who seems to be doing very well in-terms of their lifestyles. Some drive sleek cars and project images of doing well economically but the truth of the matter is, nobody knows...
Columnists

The witness

He stood aloof, And watched the loot From the debase hand Of a larceny body. Why Africa, why?   From the wonderland, Here comes the lad, To live at the agony Of the needy. Why Africa, why? He sits in a smart office, As neat as a paradise, Enjoys the...
Editorial and commentary

CHANGES COME AT A COST

The truth is that every change must come at a cost. It is therefore not strange that there are those who will blame and those who will praise the action being taken by the Juba City Council administration to clean the city and put things to order. Not all will...
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