Opinion

Radio was made for South Sudanese

By Victor Lugala Ours is an oral society. We read and write less, or we don’t read at all, and therefore we don’t know how to write. We talk and listen more. We love mobile phones, especially, because they help us talk with relatives in America, Canada, Europe, Australia, and...
Opinion

Youth seeing good workers

By Akol Arop Akol Last week, a group of youth recognized traffic police officers for their patriotism in their work. Here we have two sides of who have displayed patriotism, the youth and the traffic officers. It shows that the youth have seen something good in them that someone did...
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Artists’ Union warns muisc promoters

By Mandela Nelson Denis The South Sudan’s Artists Union has issued a strong warning to the promoters over the misuse of local artists. Lucky O’ner, Executive Director of the Artists’ Union said some South Sudanese music promoters were doing their own things instead of promoting the talents. The Union accused...
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CLEARED, Sudanese peace talks in Juba today

By Kitab A Unango and Nema Juma Peace talks between the Sudanese Interim government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF), coalition of armed groups is expected to kick off in Juba today. Presidents Yoweri Museveni Kaguta of Uganda, Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt are the...
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Massive flood hits Latjor State

By wek Atak Kacjang Authorities in Latjor State said over four areas along the River Sobat have been hit by flood. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday over phone from Latjor State, Gatkuoth Bim Nyuok, the Information Minister said all dykes along the River had collapsed. He said people including livestock...
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Twic East 5 – 5 Awerial in wresting match

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Twic East wrestlers of Jonglei State have drawn with Aliap wrestlers of Awerial counties of Eastern Lakes state over the weekend in Mingkaman In July, Eastern Lakes state wrestlers from the same Counties defeated Jonglei wrestlers from former Bor South counties in Bor town. Early last...
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Eastern Lakes calls for calm over water disputes

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Authorities in Eastern Lakes State have called on the communities along the River Nile to stop dispute over water. Last week, the army was deployed at Jorwach Island along the Nile River following the tension between Bor and Yirol fishermen. Some fishermen from Jonglei claimed that...
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Remains of Kenyans who died in Ethiopia crash headed home

By Agencies The Nakuru family’s five members perished in the plane crash. Mr Karanja’s wife was to bring home her grandchildren who had been living in Canada when the tragedy struck. In March, the families held prayers for their departed relatives but there were no caskets or bodies. Families who...
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Police is part of the community- Maj.Gen Justin

By Martha David The relationship between police and community has been spoiled for a long time and it is time for the police to come close to the community, Police Spokesperson Maj.Gen. Daniel Justin said. He was peaking during the community policing meeting that was organized by the Japan International...
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