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DEMOLITIONS, Seven days for Airport Road tenants

By Elia Joseph Loful Owners of buildings near the Crown Hotel Road and Hai Gabat residential area have seven days to vacate their premises or face forceful demolitions. Authorities of Juba City Council yesterday issued a seven-day ultimatum to the occupants to demolish their structures and buildings. Eelier this month...
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USAP’s chairman arrested in Wau

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Chairman of the United Sudan African Party (USAP) has been arrested in Wau State according to the party’s spokesperson. Philip Jiben Ogal said USAP Chairman Joseph Ukel Abang was arrested on Wednesday by authorities in Wau State. He said Ukel had traveled to Wau to...
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Civil society calls for timely formation of unity gov’t

By Kitab A Unango Parties to the Revitalized-Peace Agreement have been told to implement pending tasks to ensure the unity government is formed on time. This will avoid another extension of the pre-transitional period, Edmund Yakana, the Executive Director of Community Empowerment Organization (CEPO) said yesterday. In May, IGAD extended...
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S.Sudanese students awarded Chinese scholarships

By Jale Richard At least 29 students secured Chinese Government scholarships to pursue studies in Chinese various universities. The Minister of General Education, Deng Deng Hoc and other ministry officials yesterday joined the Chinese Ambassador to Juba, Hua Ning and his counterpart to Beijing, Andruga Duku for the reception at...
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Campaign on gender equality launched

By Sheila Ponnie “Born to lead”, precedence movement stated by women in civil societies It is an on-going campaign to combat the believes that South Sudanese women’s places are not in the kitchen. Riya Williams, Crown the Woman’s Executive Director says that the country’s wider campaigns are calling for women’s...
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Indian community vows to support blood donation

By Kidega Livingstone The Indian community in collaboration with its Embassy in Juba promised to continue supporting the blood bank by donating blood. The promise came during the voluntary blood donation organized by the embassy to mark the 73rd Indian Independence Day. Speaking to journalists during the donation, Indian Amb.SD...
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NRA urges humanitarian agencies to apply for tax exemptions

By Wek Atak Kacjang The United Nations’ agencies operating in South Sudan and other International Non-Governmental Organizations operating in the country have been urged to apply for tax exemptions Dr. Olympio Attipoe, Commissioner General of National Revenue Authority (NRA) said all humanitarian agencies supporting government programs needed tax exemption. He...
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JUBA, to host Sudan peace talks

By Sheila Ponnie Peace talks between the Government of Sudan and all Sudanese opposition armed groups will kick off next week in Juba. President Salva Kiir’s Security Adviser Tut Gatluak told reporters in Juba yesterday that the talks scheduled for 20th August would involve all the Sudanese rebel leaders and...
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Authority denies Ebola case in Yambio

By Nema Juma Gbudue State Minister of Health has denied rumors of Ebola case in the state capital Yambio. Yesterday, a source who sought anonymity told Juba Monitor that three people succumbed to what seemed to be Ebola Virus Disease in Gbudue state. However, Rose Mary Abujohn refuted the allegation...
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