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TROIKA violence against women must stop

  Norwegian Ambassador to South Sudan, Laris Andersen speaks during the launch of 16 Days of Activism against GBV (photo by Sheila Ponnie): By Kidega Livingstone                                      The Troika countries (Norway, United Kingdom and United States) have called for an end to violence against women and girls in South Sudan....
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A MILLION SSP for the U-23 team

  First Vice President (C) signing a football at his office as SSFA President Francis Amin (R) looks on (Photo by Gabriel Daniel) The South Sudan U-23 team poses for a group photo after receiving their cash money at Royal Hotel on Wednesday 21/Nov/2018 (Photo by Gabriel Daniel-SSFA Media) By...
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Poll result Robbery, killings threat to civilians

  (L-R) Deputy Minister of Interior, Riaw Gatlier Gai receives Civilian Safety opinion Poll report from SSUNDE Chairperson James Okony Dau (photo by Moses Gum) By Moses Gum Degur A new report released by South Sudanese Network for Democracy and Elections indicated that continued armed robbery and unnecessary killings of...
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Ramciel City Development Master Plan kicks-off

First Vice President, Gen. Taban Deng Gai, Speaking at the launching workshop on Master Plan for the proposed Ramciel City yesterday (Photo by Kitab A Unango): By Kitab A Unango The government and a team of three Moroccan and Korean engineers have started the technical development of the master plan...
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EU on Peace Calls for Reconciliation

EU Diplomats with David Shearer (2nd right), UNMISS Chief joins EU during the commemoration (photo by Woja Emmanuel Woja): By Woja Emmanuel Wani The European Union in South Sudan has called for hearty reconciliation among the parties to the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS)....
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Fake universities to be closed down

Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Paulino Wanawilla in Parliament yesterday (Viola Matela) By Viola Matela More than 26 higher institutions of learning among them private universities which have been operating in the country since 2012, only five meet the academic criteria required by the government. However, the government has...
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EA Christians pray of peace in Juba

Christians at Juba Christian Centre praying for sustainable peace in South Sudan (Photo by Kitab A Unango) By Kitab A Unango Multitude of faithful Christian congregations gathered on Wednesday for a two day prayer and fasting for the sustainability of peace in the country following the celebration at Dr. Garang...
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Retro and mounting hope

                By Odongo Odoyo and Moses Gum As the D-day knocks the door, everyone is awake in anticipation of the coming peace celebration slotted for Wednesday this week. From all walks of life, the mood has engulfed the country and the utterances in...
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Gov’t halt discussions on the laws

  The Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers stand at attention at a containment site outside Juba on April 14, 2016. By Morris Dogga The government has put on hold discussions on the Country’s Security Acts pending the reconstitution of the National Constitutional Amendment Committee (NCAC)-the body tasked with the...
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Dr. Machar ready for celebration in Juba

Tut Gatluak the chairperson of the NPTC (R) and Dr. Riek Machar (R) during the meeting (Photo by Maal Maker) By Morris Dogga The National Pre-Transitional Committee (NPTC) met Dr. Riek Machar in Khartoum yesterday where the designate First Vice President accepted to attend the scheduled Peace Celebration in Juba...
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