DEMAND-Kiir, Machar resignation is hostile–Ateny

By James AtemKuir  The presidential press secretary, Ateny Wek Ateny has described the recent call on President Salva Kiir Mayardit and his first deputy Dr. Riek MacharTeny to step down by a senior U.S lawmaker as ‘hostile and condescending. Senator Patrick Leahy had called on the two leaders to exit...

State governors warned against misusing education funds

By William Madouk Garang  The National Ministry of General Education & Instruction has warned the governors of the 10 states and three administrative areas against diverting the education funds recently dispatched to the states. National Education Minister, Awut Deng Acuil said the funds recently dispatched to the states were meant...

IGAD’s silence on political development is disturbing, Activist

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Executive Director for Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO)  Edmund Yakan said that IGAD Special Envoy to South Sudan and IGAD Executive Secretary have obligation to have a say on the recent political developments in South Sudan, especially following the signing of the recent agreement...

SSPDF, SPLA-IO, SSOA form a committee to resolve recent clashes

By Yiep Joseph Joint Defense Board formed a committee to investigate the recent clashes that erupted between South Sudan Peoples’ Defense Forces(SSPDF) and SPLA- IO forces inTurrow village inMaiwut county and Jokou in Upper Nile State. Speaking to media yesterday,the SSPDF Spokesperson,Maj Gen Lul Ruai Koang announced a joint committee...

Yei Local football Association discusses grievances

By Fatuma Asha Ali The President of Yei Local Football Association on Thursday conducted a meeting to discuss their grievances. The meeting followed the resignation of the Football Association’s SecretaryGeneral earlier this week. Justin Lokonga told Juba Monitor that he had briefed the Secretary-General of the association, adding that the...

Vendors demand the imposition of uniform tax to wholesale enterprises

By Bida Elly David Sole proprietors yesterday called upon private and government tax clearance institutions such as the Revenue authority, City Council to avoid tax discrimination in regard to traders running wholesale enterprises regardless of the nature of businesses or products sold. This came after some whole sale vendors experienced...

Students urged to embrace nationalism

By Martin Manyiel Wugol The Minister of Presidential Affairs Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin urged students in Uganda to embrace nationalism, patriotism and be gender-sensitive in their leadership practice in the country. On Tuesday, Dr. Marial encouraged students to fight division, tribalism, and regionalism among students because you are the future...

Stakeholder strained on GBV case management

By John Agok Over 30 members of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) and community leaders learnt skills on Gender-Based Violence(GBV) case management, survivors’ protection and police response. The South Sudan Law Society (SSLS) brought together the community leaders and representatives of CSO to learn and in turn sensitize the society on...
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Chamber of Commerce gets equipment digitalize work

By John Agok South Sudan National Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (SSCCIA) has received donations of digital equipment from GIZ, a German international cooperation agency. The equipment includes four branded ThinkPad laptops, Three Desktops, Logitech Group Video Conference, color printer and one canon camera. Deputy Chairperson of SSCCIA Mr....
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