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FREE VISA TO UGANDA A WELCOME GESTURE

Now that Uganda has opened free visa movement for South Sudanese, the latter should reciprocate within the stipulated period of a month so that the freedom is felt on both sides. The move is bringing members of the regional bloc closer together for the good of the East African Region. ...
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Free visa for S. Sudanese to Uganda

By Martin Manyiel Wugol The Uganda government has waived visa fees to South Sudanese nationals entering Uganda with effect from the first of October. However, the gesture will be tested for a month while expecting South Sudan to reciprocate without which it would be canceled. Addressing media yesterday, the First...
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Board accuses opposition of derailing peace

BY Tereza Jeremiah Chuei The Joint Defense Board (JDB) indicated in their report that the National Salvation Front (NAS) with a capacity to derail the peace process and that Magenis had regained relative calm. “Currently, Magenis has regained some relative calm and the conflict in the area which is generally...
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A woman sentenced to five years imprisonment

By Bida Elly David High court upon their final judgment yesterday sentenced a South Sudanese woman to five years imprisonment after finding her guilty of drug dealing and freed four suspected foreigners from Kenya and Nigeria. The final judgment was passed after series of investigations were held in the past...
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Senior Brighter Stars players summoned

By John Agok South Sudan Football Association (SSFA) yesterday summoned Bright stars’ the new squad for National Football Team at its headquarters in Juba. In a press conference, both National Team Coach Simon James Yor and Albino Kuek, the Public communication Officer from SSFA revealed the National squad comprised of...
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Over forty participants trained on customary law in Yei

By Hassan Arun Cosmas At least fifty participants were trained on customary court in Yei River County of Central Equatoria to empower women and protect them against gender-based violence including access to justice and rule of law. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, Mandela Dominic, a Lawyer working for the Initiative...
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IGAD warns member States on food insecurity

By William Madouk Garang The Inter-governmental Authority on Development called on its member states to devise emergency response to the looming food insecurity in a summit held in Nairobi, Kenya on 21st September, 2021 according to a press release circulated by the IGAD Climate Predication and Application Centre (ICPAC). The...
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Safety net project launched in Yei

By Hassan Arun Cosmas The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPs) on Wednesday launched South Sudan safety net project in Yei River County of Central Equatoria State to enhance community engagement, capacity building and dialogue for trust buildingto promote more inclusive and resilient societies. The project aimed at providing...
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