Editorial and commentary

Editorial and commentary

IT IS A MEMORABLE WEEK

With Odongo Odoyo This week will remain memorable in the history of this country with rich happenings. Just after conclusion of the successful Great South Sudan Run, came the heroic welcome of athletes after winning four medals in Rwanda and now one of the much awaited moment is approaching with...
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AVAIL DRUGS IN PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTIONS

With Odongo Odoyo Ministry of health should investigate cases of drug shortages in public hospitals. People’s lives are threatened because drugs were not available but could be found in the surrounding pharmacies. This is an indication that there are cartels which are hell-bent to ensure medicines were not available for...
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Kudos AyesheshimTeka

With Opio Jackson Last Saturday during the Great South Sudan Run event President Salva Kiir awarded citizenship to AyesheshimTeka as recognition for his great contributions The Great South Sudan Run was the idea initially started by Mr. Tekato raised some money two years back to rescue the vulnerable South Sudanese...
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You have no right to judge others

By Opio Jackson Whichever one of you has committed no sin may throw the stone first at her; Jesus told the Pharisees who brought in a woman who had been caught committing adultery. But Jesus has demonstrated to them that the practice of mercy can restore people to their rightful...
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Are public universities privately owned?

By Opio Jackson  There are five public universities in South Sudan, these Universities are supposed to be controlled by the Ministry of Higher Education in terms of admission of students, increment of the tuition fees and suspension of lectures which must be done with the knowledge of the ministry. Public...
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Importance of university education

  Although higher education and development has not been a priority in global policy, since the millennium goal, but most governments have become believers in the global knowledge economy and higher education enrolment growth has been phenomenal. According to International Journal of Education Development, it offered an original account of...
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