National News

Israel donates food to 100 households in Juba

By Mandela Nelson Denis The Israeli government through its ambassador to South Sudan Hanan Goder yesterday donated food stuff to 100 households in Jebel Dinka and Lemon Gaba Block 4 of Juba suburbs. Ambassador Goder expressed his government’s readiness to help the people of South Sudan and also he appreciated...
News

Economic crisis forced me out of school-Maluil

Anek Tong Maluil is one of the many girls in South Sudan who have been forced out of school due to the economic crisis that has hit the country. Ms. Maluil a dropped out pupil from Saint Daniel Comboni Primary School in Aweil-East State said the economic crisis made her...
Cover Story

Crime prevention-Juba to have security cameras

By Rose Keji Benjamin Samples of Surveillance cameras (file photo from Google) The national government will soon install security cameras in the streets of Juba in a bid to monitor crimes in the city, Police Spokesperson Brigadier, Justin Daniel  confirmed to Juba Monitor yesterday. These security surveillance cameras will help...
News

Duluit community to promote girls’ education

By Rose Keji Benjamin The Executive Director of Duluit Community Association in Juba, Barjok Maduaok Akoon, has vowed to promote girl child education in Lol State through establishment of community girls’ schools. He appealed to the community to come be self-reliant. Speaking to Juba Monitor, he said most people in...
Editorial

WHAT IS THE POSITION OF THE 2,000 REFUGEES IN THE COLD?

Reports that more than 2,000 South Sudanese refugees are in the cold after their shelters had been demolished by Khartoum Government is of concern and a first solution should be found to help the situation. Both countries have diplomatic relationship which should be harmonized for the betterment of socio-economic developments....
Opinion

It is good to forgive one another

By James Ladu Modi Asuk It is good to forgive one another as people of one nation bound by the spirit of nationalism. It is always good to forgive and forget. I know it is a difficult attempt for many of us. As children of one father and one mother,...
Opinion

A neutral leader can rescue this country

By Omuno Mogga Otto I passed through certain interesting news in Juba Monitor newspaper about a female candidate from South Sudan who has expressed her intention to contest for presidency in the next presidential election in the near future if elections would take place. Dr. Suzan Jambo, an SPLM member,...
Opinion

From Forest Back to the Bush

The indigenous people hoped to gain changes as the reward after the long struggle. They fought with all their power. The land has taken many lives and property. When freedom was finally achieved, musicians composed songs saying free at last! Every South Sudanese giggled and blew the trumpets to show...
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