Cattle keepers given 21 days to leave Pagirinya refugee camp

By Jurugo Emmanuel The community of Pagirinya village in Dzaipi Sub County has given cattle keepers who are at the same time refugees thirty day’s ultimatum to leave their area. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, the deputy Local Council chairman Obutu William said the cattle keepers started grazing their cattle...
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Land grabbing must be stopped

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor Yesterday it was reported in the media that there was a group of people who went to Amadi and grabbed land which belonged to individuals. This is not the first time it has been reported. The level of land grabbing is becoming too...


Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Odongo Odoyo Education is the key to future life for the youth of this country if well messaged. It come with commitments and dire determination with self-respect and discipline. It came with a big heart of Jok Abraham Thon, founder of Promised Land Secondary School...

POPE-Appoints caretaker for Rumbek diocese

By James Atem Kuir The Head of Catholic Church and Bishop of Rome, Pope Francis yesterday appointed Matthew Remijio Adam Gbitiku as the Apostolic Administrator for the Diocese of Rumbek following the shooting of Rev. Christian Carlassare. An Apostolic Administrator in the Roman Catholic is equivalent to a diocesan bishop...

Angelina, 25 Officers off to Rwanda

By Wek Atak Kacjang At least 25 military officers accompanied the Minister of Defense and Veterans Affairs Angelina Teny to Kigali-Rwanda for post conflict peace building training. The group comprised of both Police and Army officers which were selected by the Joint Defense Board for post-conflict peace building and reconstruction...

Over 200 vulnerable groups receive food assistance

By Mabor Riak Magok At least 206 vulnerable groups received food assistance in Rumbek Lakes State on Monday. The 155 bags of cereal of food were donated by World Food Program (WFP) and it was being implemented by plan International Organization. In an interview with Juba Monitor, the Minister of...

Officials accused of stealing food for flood victims

By Deng Ghai Deng Civil society activists and some residents in the Jonglei state capital, Bor are accusing state officials of stealing food items that were donated by President Salva Kiir to flood victims. David Garang Goch, chairperson of the Jonglei State Civil Society Network said he spotted some of...

Court in Juba close hotels over assets tussle

By John Agok The Court yesterday ordered the closure of Amarat Classic Hotel, Hai Mauna Classic hotel and one roofed sheet premise in Juba over asset disputes between two shareholders. Assets ownership was a problem between the two shareholders which dragged them to court and the case had been pending...
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