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COURT to rule on number of States

By Kitab A Unango The failure of parties to the Revitalized Peace Agreement to agree on the number of states and their boundaries has prompted the mediator to suggest court ruling as alternative to settling the matter. David Mabuza, Deputy President of South Africa, entrusted to mediate talks over the...
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Forces blamed for occupying civilians property

By Sheila Ponnie The Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangement Monitoring and Verification Mechanism (CTSAMVM) has blamed the government forces and the SPLM-IO for continued occupation of civilians’ building. This came during the 18th technical committee meeting of the CTSAMVM held yesterday in Juba. Major Gen. Teshome Gemechu Adere, the new...
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Expert reacts on the IMF Report

By: Mandela Nelson Denis Dr. Abraham Maliet Mamer, the South Sudan Investment Authority secretary general said he support the report released by the International Monetary funds on the growth of the country. Earlier report circulating on the media rated South Sudan amongst the top twenty growing African countries. When contacted...
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RESPECT FOR OPINION IS A MUST PROFESSIONAL CALLING

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo In my 34 plus years in journalism, l have always respected the opinion and views of other professional colleagues and the public alike for the continuity of freedom of expression. At no time have l ever questioned such feelings except when face to face with...
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Gov’t set to protect country against desert locust

By: Bullen Bala Alexander The government has set to combat the outbreak of desert locust in neighboring Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, which is likely to exacerbate the existing food insecurity situation.  The desert locust is said to be moving towards the border of South Sudan from the East. Worry is...
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MP dismisses statement on lecturer’s death

By: Martha David A Member of Parliament representing Greater Lakes has rejected the report by the Minister of Interior over the killing Chol Bol. Late Bol Chol, a lecturer in the College of Law at the University of Juba was shot dead on Sunday in Gudele by unknown armed men...
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AFFORADABLE HOUSESING PROGRAM SHOULD BE REAL

The expected drop in the costs of housing in Juab if it happened will be a big relief to the residents. There are reports and indications that more houses are coming up with modern structures and amenities. It means the growth in economy and stability which are major components of...
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Gov’t set to protect country against desert locust

By: Bullen Bala Alexander The government has set to combat the outbreak of desert locust in neighboring Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, which is likely to exacerbate the existing food insecurity situation.  The desert locust is said to be moving towards the border of South Sudan from the East. Worry is...
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Akec orders removal of old textbooks

By: Kidega Livingstone Vice Chancellor of University of Juba, Professor John Akec ordered that old textbooks at the University’s Library be removed or given to students following the donation of new textbooks by the Embassy of India and other education partners in the country. Speaking during the donation of the...
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