Editorial

WHAT IS AILING THE PRINT MEDIA INDUSTRY

The trend in which the print media is going down is worrying. About two years ago there were almost 15 daily newspapers all inclusive published daily and giving the general public information of what was going around them globally. Right now these have reduced to less than four publications. It...
Business

Renk conducive for investment, says Mayor

By Mandela Nelson DenisThe Mayor of Renk has called for investment in the town, saying the atmosphere was conducive.Dau Guoch, the Mayor of Renk town is currently in Juba for official visit.Boosted by the prevailing peace, water, and power supplies, Dau said Renk was the most suitable town for investment.According...
Cover Story

Rape investigation team in Bentiu

      The Deputy Governor of Northern Liech State General Lavaka Machar (C) CTSAMVM, SSPDF and UNMISS Staff in a group photo in Bentiu (Photo by Morris Dogga): By Morris Dogga The Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangement Monitoring and Verification Mechanism (CTSAMVM) officials met authorities in Northern Liech State...
Cover Story

China Signs R-ARCSS to support peace

  Chinese Ambassador, He Xiangdong signs the Revitalized Peace Agreement as IGAD Ambassador Ismail Wais witnesses (Photo by Kitab A Unango): By Kitab A Unango The Government of the People’s Republic of China yesterday signed the document of the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic...
Healthy Living

Nodding Syndrome raises fear in Maridi state

  Some of the children affected by Nodding Syndrome and Epilepsy (Photo taken by Jane Y Carter) By Sheila Ponnie “In one of every two families you find a case of nodding syndrome, some are very weak, they cannot help themselves, they are fed by family members, washed and taken...
Editorial

MY FOUR YEARS IN JUBA MONITOR

By Opio Jackson On Saturday Juba Monitor staff and friends marked the seventh anniversary for the establishment of the newspaper in Juba right after the declaration of South Sudan independence. The event was two in one-the celebration of the seventh anniversary of Juba Monitor and blessing of the vehicles that...
Editorial

IT’S TIME TO PROMOTE PEACE

It is time to promote peace in the country, not war again. This is a collective responsibility and not a one man’s work. For everybody who works in professional fields had witnessed and found it not easy to perform their duty diligently as required by their respective ethics during war....
Columnists

Gender-based violence: Real Men do not hit Women

I Just Cannot Understand By Edward Ladu Terso On November 27, 2018, almost everybody who has phone, received a text message saying, “Real men do not hit women.” I guess this message is meant to discourage Gender-based violence (GBV). Another message reads, “Stop violence against women and girls.”   We...
Opinion

December

  By Anna Nimiriano December is the last month of the year known by everybody, including children. It is a month that Christians all over the word celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on the 25th every year.  The date is fixed and cannot be amended like other public holidays....
News

Peacebuilding needs skills training-refugee boy

  Peter Nyang South Sudanese refugee youth training in shoe making at vocational center in Kampala (photo by Martin Manyiel Wugol): By Martin Manyiel Wugol A young South Sudanese refugee in Uganda said peacebuilding required skills training to make people become self-reliant. Peter Nyang, who was undergoing training in shoe...
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