Editorial

JUBA STADIUM SHOULD BE COMPLETED ON TIME

The current construction of Juba International Stadium is set to be completed in June this year, just two months to go. The new face is slotted to have 35,000 capacity at one given time as opposed to the initial planned 7,000 capacity. The cost may be wanting but it should...
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SPLM/A-IO -Cry foul on command structure

By Yiep Joseph The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army-In Opposition (SPLM/A-IO) has cried foul at the president’s appointment of the Unified Command Structure, saying it violated the deal reached by parties early this month. On April 3, opposition parties SPLM/A-IO and South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA) struck a deal to share...
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Kiir in Dubai for bilateral talks

By John Agok His Excellency Salva Kiir Mayardit, President of the Republic yesterday left for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a three-day working visit, in a bid to boost bilateral talks between the two countries. The President is being accompanied by a high-level delegation comprising the Presidential Advisor on...
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SSPDF and SPLM/A-IO trade accusation over attack in Upper Nile

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei South Sudan People’sDefenseForces (SSPDF) and Sudan People’s Liberation Movement Army in Opposition (SPLM/A-IO) has traded an accusation over the recent fight in Maban County of Upper Nile State. However, the SSPDF accused SPLA-IO of intentionally attacking their headquarters in Maban County of Upper Nile State on...
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S. Sudan benefits from USD100m hunger response fund

By William Madouk Garang  South Sudan is among the countries designed to benefit from USDollar 100 million which has been released by the United Nations to help respond to hunger that devastated the six African countries and Yemen. Last Thursday, the UN released the US dollar 100 million for hunger...
EducationNews

Education Ministry reverses examination Centres in EES

By Bida Elly David Ministry of General Education days ago reversed decisions made earlier to reduce the number of examination Centres in Eastern Equatoria State. In March, the National Examination Council decided to disband 24 examination centres in Eastern Equatoria State, leaving only one Centre but the decision made was...
NewsSports

Welcome back from Easter Holidays

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor Dear readers of Juba Monitor, I hope you had good celebrations of Easter in your respective churches. Many church leaders and government officials had issued Easter messages to the entire people of South Sudan, I wish the messages helped us to improve our...
Editorial

From Easter to Pope’s Visit

By Guest Akol Arop Akol Odongo Odoyo Peace begins at home and to society and in the same way, conflict as part of human life could start from home (individuals) and then spread outside to affect others. This shows that the confusions that South Sudan has been going through are...
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