Opinion

Message for peace, unity, love, respect, and forgiveness to one another

By:  Paramount Chief Simon Soro Kenyi Dear brothers and sisters, sons and daughters of the democratic Republic of South Sudan under the supervision of the Holy Spirit. Please let us all stand up to wipe out all accumulated mistakes that were caused by some individuals. Please let us know that...
Opinion

Nourish your soul

By: Akol Arop Akol As you live in evil, selfish and expensive world where everything is commercial, you may not afford to get all needs daily and live a happy life. Your eyes need to see good things. Your heart, brain and stomach all need different things. Thus, life may...
Opinion

Why others fail to serve rightly and justly

By: Agar Mayor Gai Someone may wonder why when it comes to service; be it national or others, we do not serve the same way others do. This is attributed to the fact that as in all walks of life, we find that as humans, we have three categories of...
News

FLOOD, Hits 32 Counties, displaces over 900,000 people

By: Nema Juma           An estimated 908,000 people in 32 counties have been affected with the worst flood in the East and North of the country, according to a press statement from United Kingdom. The government declared the state of emergence in the flood affected areas that have extremely faced difficulties...
News

Peace, stability key to socio-economic recovery

By: Wek Atak Kacjang The deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary, UNMISS, UNHCR & UNDP said peace and stability are key to the socio-economic recovery of the country after the long period of conflict. Yesterday, Partnership for Recovery and Resilience (PFRR) organized two-day workshop aimed at reducing vulnerability and...
News

Jubek State tables special economic bill for second readings

By: Kitab A Unango Jubek state Transitional Legislative Assembly, in its fifth session, seventh ordinary sitting yesterday tabled for the second deliberations the Special Economic Zone Authority Bill. The draft bill was presented before State Law Makers by Francis Yokuei, Chairperson of the select committee tasked to study and report...
News

Partners appeal for an end to GBV prevalence

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The Humanitarian partners, most instantly the World Vision International, a humanitarian organization operating in South Sudan have appealed for an end to gender-based violence prevalence among women and girls across the country.   Vanessa Saraiva, Senior Advisor, Gender and Protection at World Vision said that it...
News

Freedom of Media and Expression is Fundamental Human Right

By: Khamis Cosmas Lokudu On Wednesday 4th – December 2019, Key speakers shared their thoughts during public debate on freedom of Media and expression planned by Association of Media Development in South Sudan. Last month female journalists and Journalism students at the University of Juba were trained to keep reporting...
Editorial

Number of states should be agreed by people

By: Anna Nimiriano The issue of states still remains another challenge in the process of formation of transitional government in the country. Each party wants its proposal to be considered for the coming government. It is not a matter of having states as it was indicated by parties. People of...
Editorial

ACT ACCORDING TO NATIONAL INTERESTS

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo I took the cue from my friend Rajab Muhandis and agreed with him totally that the President’s office is superior and should not be the where each and every matter is handled unless it touches on the presidency. We are talking about the recently circulated...
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