Opinion

Opinion

New dawn, new move

By Akol Arop Akol This is my personal motto or slogan for my column, the ‘’Hunting for Change.’’ The words describe my dreams, desires and commitment to wake up in a new day to change myself, change my family, change my people which are not dissimilar because human beings wake...
Opinion

Have a new life perspective

By Agar Mayor Gai Our understanding of life in the earlier centuries has been that of wars for liberation. Our people spent almost every hour in fighting for a life perspective different from the then life of hardships. Our people had it that when they fight the Arabs, they would...
Opinion

The role of veterans in bringing peace

By Agar Mayor Gai It is true that through the work of veterans, we are now an independent people. We are recognized by the whole world as people, who can make their own decisions and effect them without any external influence. In other words, we are now among the sovereign...
Editorial

ENSURE QUALITY WORKS ON OUR ROADS

In most cases, we continue complaining about the quality of works by majority of contractors assigned to undertake construction of our roads, more so paved or tarmacked roads. We have dedicated substantial amount of resources towards infrastructural development and this is aimed at boosting traffic flow, at the end of...
Editorial

Let us embrace each other to foster peace

TOPICAL COMMENTARY By Paul Jimbo Several organizations including peace monitoring bodies and the United Nations Mission in South Sudan seem very keen to ensure South Sudan’s peace process survives the test of the times. They are in agreement that the November 12 deadline for the formation of a Transitional Government...
Editorial

South Sudan participation in EAC

By Anna Nimiriano Since South Sudan joined the East Africa Community (EAC), it has raised the name of the country to some levels. Uncertainly, if it is not because of conflict in the country, many good things could have happened in several states. Government could have benefiting a lot and...
Opinion

Alternative ways of life

By Akol Arop Akol In a rich country people don’t become all rich, and this must be understood by our people. We have resources in the country but even if they are exploited and used, still there will be poor and rich classes. It is natural that there must be...
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DON’T MISTREAT JOURNALISTS

By Paul Jimbo The media plays a very important role in the society and more so when it comes to informing the general public on issues happening around them. The media is also the watchdog on behalf of the public when it comes to holding authorities accountable in regard to...
Opinion

Embrace our diverse cultures

By Daniel Maliap South Sudan is a home to sixty four tribes with unique and diverse cultures including Nomadic tribes such as the Dinka whose young men and women relocate themselves from the main cattle camp to different cattle camp for milk drinking competition. One of the most common cultures...
Opinion

You are not at a breaking point of life

By Chol Peter Majoh When hurricane broke out in USA and destroyed properties, lives were lost and many people were left in despair. The survivors felt like they were nearing breaking point in life. Sally, who was one of the survivors then explained: "I didn't know how much I could...
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