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BORDERS’ TRADE HEALTHY FOR ECONOMIES

TOPICAL COMMENTARY By Paul Jimbo News that South Sudan and Sudan have resolved to reopen their borders for free movement of people and goods is really good and timely. It is long overdue and a sign of good economic times to come. Naturally national borders have nothing to do with...
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STEP UP SECURITY IN INSTITUTIONS

Recent killings in some of our institutions have left many wondering whether someone cares for the safety of the public and more so the sanctity of life. That criminal gangs continue to terrorize our innocent citizens is in itself enough reason for us to raise our voices over insecurity. Worse...
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EMULATE GREEN HORIZON

Topical Commentary By Paul Jimbo South Sudan is one of the few countries in the Sub-Saharan African that is blessed with huge chunks of fertile land. However, different reasons including security, floods, droughts and conflict continue conspiring to deny the world’s youngest nation the chance to feed its population. As...
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DOGS MENACE IN JUBA

Dogs are animals that naturally should be domesticated unless they are wild dogs. But again wild ones do not stay in residential areas but in the wilderness. It is only in Juba City that dogs roam around like nobody owns them. To make matters worse some of the dogs are...
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ENSURE SANITY ON JUBA-NIMULE ROAD

Topical Commentary By Paul Jimbo Allow me to express my feelings through this opinion in regard to the on-going lunacy of all sorts on the Juba-Nimule Road. I must also indicate here that for the second time, I have had an opportunity to travel on the road, at-least for the...
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Involve women in the search for peace

Commentary By Paul Jimbo Whenever conflict happens, women and children bear the most brunt because they are the most vulnerable groups in any society. In South Sudan, conflicts have never spared the South Sudanese women whose livelihoods have been drastically destroyed. To prove this, majority of those pushed to Internally...
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women in peace building

The United Nation’s Security Council Resolution 1325 created a mandate to include women in peace building; women now have the opportunity to use this policy to open doors to new opportunities for women in peace building. In their paper on "The Role of Women and Peace building” (2005), Lisa Schirch...
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TOPICAL COMMENTARY By Paul Jimbo Humility and commitment are two key virtues that any society needs to thrive above any challenge and remain united and cohesive. As a career journalist, I have learned to be humble and committed to any course of action I decide to take and this does...
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Women can play significant roles in peace building

Whenever conflict happens, women and children bear the most brunt because they are the most vulnerable groups in any society. In South Sudan, conflicts have never spared the South Sudanese women whose livelihoods have been drastically destroyed. To prove this, majority of those pushed to Internally Displaced Persons (IDP), refugee...
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MEDIA HAS A NOBLE ROLE TO PLAY IN ECONOMIC GROWTH

Education and continuous learning are believed to power behind positive development activities. It is with this that any opportunity available for further one’s knowledge should not go to waste and must be taken up to enlarge and enhance possible knowledge. Nineteen participants from developing countries are in Beijing, the capital...
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