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PATIENTS All virus severe cases discharged

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The Coronavirus Incident Manager, Dr. Richard Laku said all Coronavirus severe cases under treatment at the Dr. John Garang Infectious Disease Unit have been discharged. Dr. John Garang Infectious Disease Unit admits severe cases of Coronavirus.   On Friday last week, there were at least three...
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Trinity Energy awards officer Kenyi for hard work

By Elia Joseph Loful Trinity Energy Company has awarded George Kenyi-the traffic police officer stationed at Seven Days Adventist Roundabout for his hardwork.  The officer received a recognition certification, a bank cheque worth SSP 265,000 and scholarship for his three children. This was the second time for the officer to...
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Sudanese final peace deal to be signed in two weeks

By Martha David The Sudanese warring parties are expected to sign the final peace deal in two weeks’ time, said the chairperson of the mediation committee. Tut Gatluak told journalists yesterday that the parties have reached agreement on most of the outstanding issues except the security arrangement which awaits the...
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Dr. John Garang University to remain closed -VC

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon  The Vice Chancellor of Dr. John Garang Memorial University of Science and Technology said there were no plans to reopen in the wake of the Coronavirus. The University of Juba has already laid down plans to reopen the university next month for online studies to keep...
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Development should be prioritized

By Kabaka Quintous Leone The governor of Eastern Equatoria state Louis Lobong Lojore is directing nongovernmental organizations in his state to reverse their projects from emergencies to developmental. In his key note address at Torit Freedom Square during his welcoming ceremony last week, Governor Lobong hails Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), the...
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Governor calls on Western Equatoria to embrace peace

By Bullen Bala Alexander The newly appointed Governor of Western Equatoria State has called on the different communities to embrace peace through reconciliation and forgiveness. Alfred Futuyo Karaba said without forgiveness and reconciliation there would be no sustainable peace in the country. “I am calling on you the communities of...
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Eleven female gang members arrested in Torit

By Kabaka Quintous Leone  Police in Torit town of Eastern Equatoria have arrested a group of 11 female girls who were involved in a gang related fight last week. The girls with the age ranging from 11-17 years wore trousers and mini-skirts and were moving with Pangas, the police said....
Editorial

Beginning of the week

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor It is normal to talk on the beginning of the week; as several people said that to begin any programme on Monday which is the first day of the week is not good. Maybe during weekend you had bad days, some people may...
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MY HIGH SPIRIT TOOK ME ASUNDER

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Today (yesterday), l woke up in high spirit and was gearing to go when something caught my eyes. Inscribed in the thing were two quotes the first read “just a drop of kindness could make a big difference in a person’s life and the second...
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