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NINE inmates goes missing

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The authorities at Wau Central Prison have confirmed that at least 9 inmates who were part of the riot that occurred at Wau prison earlier this week are still missing since the incident transpired. On Monday afternoon, some inmates believed to be on capital punishment snatched...
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Finance Minister’s Lawyer objects accuser evidences

By Kidega Livingstone The Layer representing the Minister of Finance and Planning, Salvatore Garang Mabiordit, Advocate Peter Dau Akolthon objected the documents presented before court by the accuser Zacharia Makuac as evidences. Makuac presented the documents and witnesses during the hearing in Juba County court. Layer Peter Dau described those...
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Upgrading of roads to be prioritized

By Wek Atak Kacjang The governor of Northern Bhar El Ghazal State Tong Akeen Ngor has pledged to upgrads roads connecting neighboring States to minimize transport cost. Dominic Kang, Acting Secretary General for Northern Bhar El Ghazal State said the governor Tong Akeen Ngor promised to reconstruct all the roads...
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INTERSOS commends communities for hygiene maintenance

Hygiene Officer working of INTEERSOS an International Organization based in Torit commends the communities of Torit in general and Mairo C. Village particularly for maintaining hygiene in their households. Early this week, INTERSOS with support from UNICEF and in collaboration with the State government declared Mairo C. village as Open...
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CEPO calls for reconciliation in Eastern Equatoria State

By Kabaka Quintous Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) is calling on Governor Louis Lobong Lojore to reconcile politicians and the civil population in the State. Ojok Francis Laboke, Eastern Equatoria State coordinator for CEPO said the communities had been confused by the politicians which he said was the cause...
Editorial

Authorities should take care of Health workers globally

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor The latest report released by Amnesty International said about 3000 health workers worldwide who died from COVID-19 was a great loss in the world. The report is based on the data analysis of Organizations in the world. The information further said these Health...
Editorial

WHAT IS AILING JUBA CITY COUNCIL

At one time the Juba City Council (JCC) ordered that empting of sewages be done late at night when people are already in their houses. This ordered worked for some time but things changed. What is not been made public is if the order was lifted since those draining the...
Editorial

ELEVEN WOMEN GANG IN CRIME

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Is the world changing amidst us or what is happening? Reports that eleven female gang members were arrested in Torit should not be taken lightly. We have come across some serious women gang members in other countries where they have caused havoc. It is not...
Opinion

Technology is much cheaper, says Prof. Akech

Agar Mayor Gai-Makoon Patent, is the fact that the virus is proving itself superior to us, not only us however, but, the whole World. Who can deny that, through its order, the whole world is under a lockdown? Because of literally unseen thing, people have stopped operating as normal. This...
Opinion

Learn to get up when you fall

By Ngor Khot Garang In the history of mankind, no man has ever boasted of having lived a problem free life. From great politicians, tech billionaires, famed athletes and renowned businessmen. None of them was born with a silver spoon in their mouths. They all went through a lot of...
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