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WE LIVE IN A PRACTICAL WORLD WITH BORROWED TIME

TOPICAL COMMENTARY With Odongo Odoyo Sometimes one needs to be real in life. I student cannot be asked to give results of the end term or year examination results when they have not been held and released. It is a sign of forceful demand not accepted in the present world...
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Do not relent on Ebola surveillance

By Paul Jimbo Since the first case was identified in the DRC last year, the Government of South Sudan together with partners have been working hard to ensure Ebola virus does not make its way into the country. However there is need for more resources to maintain the screening teams...
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Fix killer bridges

By Paul Jimbo For the second week running we have been treated to sad news on killer bridges across the country, more so during the current rainy season. Early this week, several people lost their lives on the jinxed Luri Bridge while other loss of lives has been reported elsewhere....
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Development is a hard truth in China

By Odongo Odoyo With almost 1.4 billion populations, China has been considered a closed door country the world-over for centuries. Almost because figures stand between 1.39 plus and above. By opening its doors for socio-economic and cultural values’ the country has strides to see developments take centre stage in all...
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Congratulations to Indian Embassy in S. Sudan!

By Anna Nimiriano I would like to congratulate the Indian Community in South Sudan for the celebration of the 73rd Independence Day today.  It is not easy for any country to get Independence; it was through struggle and challenges. Currently India is a great country with different technologies due to...
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EMULATE JONGLEI LEADERS

TOPICAL COMMENTARY By Paul Jimbo Latest efforts by leaders in the Greater Jonglei region to ensure a lasting peace among local communities should be praised and supported fully. I have always advocated for dialogue between neighbouring communities as opposed to conflicts as the best option to finding lasting solutions over...
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END WRANGLES OVER TAX COLLECTION

The latest confusion surrounding revenue collection in Juba City should sorted out once and for all. Traders should not be treated to the raging war of words between Juba City council and South Sudan Business and Employers Federation over who should collect taxes from traders in Juba. While the city...
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A LOOK AT EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING

TOPICAL COMMENTARY By Paul Jimbo In 2012, the World Health Assembly endorsed a policy brief that set an ambitious global breastfeeding target. The assembly, which is a forum of the World Health Organization (WHO) required that the rate of exclusive breastfeeding in the first six months across the world be...
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ATTACKS SHOULD NOT BE TOLERATED

Last week’s killings of innocent civilians on the Bor-Juba Road must be condemned in the strongest terms possible. It was indeed a dark day not only for friends and relatives of the deceased but for the whole country. Sadly, the innocent lives were taken away at the pull of trigger...
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