Opinion

New dawn, new move

By Akol Arop Akol This is my personal motto or slogan for my column, the ‘’Hunting for Change.’’ The words describe my dreams, desires and commitment to wake up in a new day to change myself, change my family, change my people which are not dissimilar because human beings wake...
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Have a new life perspective

By Agar Mayor Gai Our understanding of life in the earlier centuries has been that of wars for liberation. Our people spent almost every hour in fighting for a life perspective different from the then life of hardships. Our people had it that when they fight the Arabs, they would...
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The role of veterans in bringing peace

By Agar Mayor Gai It is true that through the work of veterans, we are now an independent people. We are recognized by the whole world as people, who can make their own decisions and effect them without any external influence. In other words, we are now among the sovereign...
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ASSEMBLY, reschedules budget debate

By Elia Joseph Loful Members of the Transitional National Legislative Assembly (TNLA) yesterday pushed the third reading of the 2019/2020 budget to tomorrow. In a press briefing last Friday, Information Minister Michael Makuei Lueth said, “the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs had informed all the ministers to attend the Monday’s budget...
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No Zimbabwean certs for S.Sudanese students

By Bullen Bala Alexander South Sudanese student who graduated from Zimbabwe on government scholarships returned home without certificates. Yesterday, ten out of the seventy students landed at Juba International Airport after they were given free tickets by the government. Moses Kat Monyjok, the president of South Sudanese Students Union in...
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Youth told to be argents of development

By Wek Atak Kacjang Youth in the country have been told to be argents of development. Representative of African Youth Development Commission (AYDC) in the country, Paul Duwar Bak said the youth should join them to work together for the growth of the country. South Sudan is a member of...
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Curtain falls on veteran S.Sudanese agronomist

By Staff Reporter The body of veteran South Sudan’s agronomist Michael Luguri Woja Soma arrived in the country yesterday. The Late Luguri died on 15th August, 2019 in Cairo Egypt where he was hospitalized for two months following a kidney complication. The 56-year-old agronomist was born of the Locwabore clan...
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Destiny of Fashion is in S.Sudan

By Mandela Nelson Denis The Destiny of the world’s fashion in South Sudan and the world should focus on the world’s youngest nation fashion industry. These Chief Executive Officer of South Sudan Fashion, Dawson Dau Amol said it is time for the country’s fashion industry to be taken seriously. He...
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S. Sudanese in Philipines for Mr. World race

By Mandela Nelson Denis A young South Sudanese has climbed the international ladder in the world fashion as he competes to win the Mr. World International in Philippines. Deng Dunga who became Mr. World South Sudan last month is in Philippines to participate in Mr. World International race. The young...
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Tombura commissioner survives deathly attack

By Nema Juma The commissioner of Tombura State Derick Sasa survived death after unknown gunmen attacked his resident on Sunday morning. Tombura State Information Minister Anikumbo Mathew said the house of the commissioner was attacked from all corners of the building. “The attackers were shooting from everywhere including the windows...
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