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Malong’s break-away group attack Aweil East garrison

By Nema Juma Authorities in Aweil East State said rebel group formerly allied to General Paul Malong Awan who returned home attacked a military garrison in Aweil last Tuesday. State Information Minister Garang Malong Yor said the breakaway group resisted being disarmed leading to the  fight at the state military...
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Heavy rain destroys houses in Rhino camp, Uganda

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry Heavy rain storm destroyed houses and school buildings in Rhino camp. The two hours rain that swept across the refugee camp left several schools, shops and houses without roof. Adriko Richard, Head teacher of Ofua III Primary School said his school was completely destroyed by the...
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Aid workers call for quick implementation of peace deal

By Kitab A Unango  Humanitarian organizations operating in the country have called on parties to the Revitalized Peace Agreement to speed-up implementation of the accord to allow aid workers do their “live-saving jobs.” Alain Noudehou, Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan urged parties to the agreement to ensure there is peace...
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Poor roads disrupt transport in Toirt state

By Mandela Nelson Denis The state of roads in the former Eastern Equtoria state is worsening with the heavy downpour in the country. The poor roads in former Eastern Equtoria areas of Magwi, Pajok, Obbo, Owiny-ki-Bul, Torit and Kapoeta have made the area inaccessible. Last week, more than 12 trucks...
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Students urged to promote democracy

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Gill president of Upper Nile University Students’ Union (UNUSU) has called for peaceful transformation of power. Emmanuel Ladu quit the office on Monday after his one-year term ended on 17th August, 2019. He handed over UNUSU to the Dean of Students’ Affairs so as to...
Editorial

KEEP EYES ON THE PEACE PROCESS

Topical Commentary By Paul Jimbo “The process of achieving peace is by no means an easy work; we know that no peace agreement has ever been perfect. There is no plan B, there is only plan A,” says Guang Cong, UNMISS Civil Affairs Director. According to Mr Guang, the peace...
Editorial

LAZINESS SHOULD NOT BE CONDONED

Laziness is one sure way of inviting poverty into your life. Even just spending a lot of time in bed is a clear manifestation of some form of laziness. At the end of the day, nothing good comes out of laziness or even idling. In Juba today, the culture of...
Opinion

Solve your problems by yourself

By Anna Nimiriano It is important for everybody in this world to know how to solve some problems by him or herself. Sometimes you have problem that you can reflect on it and get solution by yourselves. Others you need somebody to help you in order for you to resolve...
Opinion

We should not surrender in our quest for peace

By Omuno Mogga Otto More than a week ago, I learnt that the logistical arrangement for the deployment of forces to their cantonment sites in Eastern Equatoria is moving up very well. In one of the stories published in the Juba Monitor English daily on the 7th of this month,...
Opinion

Students, a tool for unity

By Agar Mayor Gai In schools, people come from different backgrounds. And for the case of our country, you find that in a class, there are 64tribes with the same number of cultures. These cultures, if properly reconciled, could make a unified and prosperous South Sudan. Our problem comes in...
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