Sudan peace talks resume in Juba

By Martha David Sudanese peace talks has resumed a week after the death of the Sudanese Defense Minister and the team leader for the security arrangement. The talks between the opposition groups and the Sudanese Government were suspended after the death of the Sudanese defense Minister lieutenant General Jamal Aldin...

Teachers to receive IMPACT incentives from next week

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Ministry Of General Education says the payment of round six of the IMPACT Primary Teachers’ incentives across the ten States and three Administrative areas would begin next week. The payments were expected to cover incentives for two months only- November and December 2019, according to...


Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo I work with some young blood whom l am the only one allowed to call them by some created reference because l am the odd-man out. Odd, because I am their Yaba. We can discuss anything under the sun and can joke any joke. Yesterday...


Recently the police spokesperson, Maj. Gen Justin Daniel warned security forces against harassment of civilians, particularly foreigners. This warning came after a number of people complained that the security forces were harassing innocent people even those in the residential houses under the pretext of curfew. One, there is no order...

GOVERNORS wrangle delays appointment

By Bullen Bala Alexander President Salva Kiir Mayardit said the negotiations on the allocation of the state remained the main issue that was delaying the full formation of the Revitalised Transitional Government of National Unity. The responsibility sharing ratio in the states and local government level according to the Agreement...

Africa Union needs USD 12.5M to fight coronavirus

By Sheila Ponnie The African Union has agreed to establish a continental anti coronavirus (COVID-19) fund worth 12.5 million dollars. This came after the G20 video teleconference chaired by the South African President Cyrill Matamela Ramaphosa last week. The Teleconference focused on the coordinated response to the wide spread COVID-19...

Agriculture only option to boost economy, says official

By Kidega Livingstone A senior official in the Ministry of Trade and Industry said agriculture was the only option to bolster the country’s economy. Stephen Doctor Matatia, Director General for External Trade said agriculture is more sustainable compared to other sources that generate revenues in the country. He described the...

Civil society accuses security agents of smuggling

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon A youth coalition organization has blamed the security organs from both South Sudan and Uganda for the smuggling of people along the border points despite lockdown on the two borders. The youth coalition revealed that it had recorded numerous incidences where people have been smuggled into...
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