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Food prices have reduced

Traders in Juba said the prices of food commodities in the market have gradually reduced compared to the last month, but said that the prices are not yet “stabled” in the market. One of the traders in custom market, Ahumad Gasim said prices of food commodities have reduced due to...
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Nepotism, economic crisis increase unemployment

Nepotism and economic crisis have doubled the unemployment rate in the country, the youth have said during a workshop organized by Youth for Peace Development yesterday. Speaking during session of unemployment organized by Youth for Peace Development, Santino Atak Bol student from the University of Juba said nepotism in the...
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Judegs strike holds prosecutions

Prosecution of cases in the courts has seriously been hit by the continuous strike of the Judges. The director of public prosecution in the ministry of Justice and constitutional affairs said. Filbert Mayuot Mareng said the prisons are now filled up with a lot of prisoners because there are no...
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Have mercy for others

It is good to have mercy for others. True Christians should be should be merciful to others who have offended them either truly or falsely. For the Bible says happy are those who are merciful to others, God will be merciful to them! Matthew 5:7. The Bible also teaches us...
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Kajokeji hit by new wave of robberies

New wave of cattle raiding has hit Kajokaji on 15th May, 2017. Twenty five heavily armed men attacked a ranch north of Römöggi where families thought they had safely hidden. Mr. Charles Duku, a veterinary official and his assistant Lopia were tied and forced to escort the raiders across Sanga...
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FAO, WFP face funding gap

Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) and World Food Programme (WFP) are facing a funding gap of around  USD 182 million for the next six months in order to curtail crisis around the World that include South Sudan, according to FAO and WFP officials. The head of WFP, David Beasley and...
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Scholarship for S. Sudanese launched

The United Nation Insititude of Training and Research (UNITAR) Hiroshima office and the embassy of Japan in have launched the 3rd cycle of UNITAR South Sudan Fellowship programme. The programme is focusing on Project Management, Leadership and Entrepreneurship skills, the six –month capacity building training programme offers scholarship to 25...
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SPLA restructure minimizes direct confrontations

The restructure of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) has minimized direct confrontation with the opposition forces in the country. The Executive Director of Foundation for Democracy and Accountable Governance (FODAG) Jame David Kolok said civil society organizations have seen a sign of optimism that the change of the SPLA...
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Equity Bank continues to operate with five branches

Though Equity stopped the operation of its seven branches in the country since December 2016, the Bank still continues to provide financial services to the people of South Sudan, an official said yesterday. Peter Kitheka Head of Marketing said the seven branches of Yambio, Torit, Kajo-Keji, SBL Branch, Malakal, and...
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