News

Western Equatoria Journalists embrace training on GBV and Media Law

By David Mono Danga In efforts to equip state journalists with ethical reporting skills, the Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS) reached out to train journalists in Yambio, Tambura, Nzara and Maridi towns. The training facilitated by the organization’s institute, The Media Development Institute brought together 28 radio...
Editorial

Fake Facebook account

By Anna Nimiriano Somebody opened a Facebook account in the name of Axillary Bishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba, Santo Lako Pio, and he or she is collecting money for Centenary in the name of Bishop Pio. He said he is Bishop Pio which is not correct. We need...
Editorial

DO IT NOW AND BE COUNTED A WINNER

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Last week two world events caught my attention which l need to share with our readers. The first one was the winning of the World Noble Peace Prize by the Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed and the second was entering into the Guinness Book...
Editorial

BE HONEST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CHILD MARRIAGE

The issue of child marriage is not new and a lot have been said, workshops, training and seminars held to discuss the matter as special topic of those events. It is therefore glorifying that the government through the Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare has come out with a...
Sports

South Sudan qualifies for AFCON-2021 group

By David Mono Danga The Bright Stars of South Sudan beat Seychelles 1-0 away in Victoria City to qualify 3-1 on aggregate, to the group stage of the 2021 nation’s cup qualifiers. South Sudan is in group with rival neighbors Uganda Cranes, Bukina Faso and Malawi. South Sudan had to...
Opinion

If churches could have same aim

By Agar Mayor Gai The truth about the church is that its mission is to shape the society in a way which pleases the Creator. It is a group of God’s followers, in whose lives, we are supposed to see Jesus. In other words, the people who are called the...
Opinion

If we are united

By Agar Mayor Gai I wonder what brings the tribal partitions in this country. We, as I speak, live, eat and work based on our tribal or regional backgrounds. The people without military or political power have hardly anything to put on the table, this is a bitter truth. This...
Opinion

If we could revise this country’s history

By Agar Mayor Gai The saying that “where you stood in your youth hood or old days, determines your present stand in the society”, is almost forgotten or undermined in this country. Someone may structurally argue that a country cannot be judged by history. The reverse of the adage is...
Opinion

Our hope is strengthened each day

By Ngor Khot Garang When our eyes are filled with tears that we can't see anything ahead of us, our hope still sees.  For people who are almost losing their hope would punish themselves with questions like: “God who art in Heaven, why must we suffer every day?” “Why have...
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