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Sixteen teens arrested for indulging in discos

By Morris Dogga At least 16 teenagers in Yambio have been punished for indulging in disco halls, the Mayor of Yambio Municipality said. In a phone interview with Juba Monitor yesterday, the Mayor, Singira Robert Daniel said the teenagers were arrested by security officers as part of a crackdown on...
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Juba City Council urges folks to carry-out sports activities

By David Mono Danga The Chairperson of Juba City Legislative Assembly, Michael Lado Allajabu urged folks in Juba to continue carrying out sports activities to keep the youth busy to help in reducing crimes and violence among the communities. Allajabu was speaking to spectators who gathered to watch the finals...
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CHURCHES CONDEMN PEACE SABOTEURS

Kidega Livingstone Bishops, Priests and Pastors from different churches in the Country have begun what they termed as “Serious prayers to remove the devils out of those who are destroying the nation. The Prayer which begun yesterday targeted political leaders who uses tribalism to gain political  powers, those in black...
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UNMISS staff reach out to orphans in Juba

Muna Tesfai It was a surprise that brought instant joy to the children at the Juba Orphanage when staff working for the United Nations Mission in South Sudan arrived with food and other treats to brighten their day. Driven by a passion for children, the staff pooled their resources to...
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Deputy SRSG says ready to respond to humanitarian crisis

By Kidega Livingstone The new Deputy Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for South Sudan, Alain Noudéhou, who arrived in the country, recently said he is ready to respond to the dire humanitarian crisis in the country. Mr. Noudéhou presented his credentials to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and...
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Journalists trained on Gender sensitive reporting

By Rose Keji Benjamin Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) in South Sudan held a two day work shop on Gender sensitive reporting for journalists. The trainer for Gender sensitive reporting, Irene Ayaa said the workshop was aimed at helping female reporters to take courage when it comes to times of...
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China urges parties to engage in peaceful dialogue

By Mandela Nelson Denis The Chinese Ambassador to South Sudan, He Xiangdong in his address to high government officials, diplomats and the media said that the peace agreement is in critical moment and urged all the parties in the country to take the National Dialogue seriously and attain sustainable peace....
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Speech by H.E. Chinese Ambassador He Xiangdong at the Ground-breaking Ceremony of the China-aided Project of Modernization and Expansion of Juba Teaching Hospital of South Sudan (Sept. 30, 2017)

Your Excellency Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit, the president of the Republic of South Sudan. Your Right Honorable Anthony Lino Makana, Speaker of the Transitional National Legislative Assembly. Your Honorable Joseph Bol Chan, Speaker of the Council of States. Your Honorable Chan Reech Madut,Chief Justice. Hon. Dr. Riek Gai Kok, Minister...
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Armed opposition vows to work for peace

By Mangu Mark A senior commander of South Sudan National Liberation Movement (SSNLM) in Yambio, Brig General Abel Dominic Banga said  his forces are still committed to the peace agreement despite the killing of their leader. Brig Gen. Banga said all SSNLM forces are under control and they have been...
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Juba Monitor Journalist harassed

By Staff writer On Sunday one of Juba Monitor’s Journalists was harassed and nearly beaten at Hai-Malakal Residential area. The Journalist was following a story of a house that caught fire on Sunday as a result of Fuel leakage. Arriving at the scene, the reporter spoke to one individual who...
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