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Chief appeals for women’s land rights

By Wek Atak Kacjang Gumbo South Community Sub- Chief has called on the government to uphold women’s rights to own land. Philip Jada Anthony said giving women their rights to own lands are essential to democracy, peace, justice and sustainable development. He was speaking at the Voice for Change community...
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Students in Uganda told to bring home skills

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry South Sudanese students studying in Uganda told to return home after the competition of their studies. Pai Philip Michael Gbudue state Minister of General Education said there were many South Sudanese doing nothing in Kampala He was speaking at a graduation in Kampala last week. The...
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Refugees trained on liquid soap production

By Gaaniko Samson Faith Aid Initiative for Humanity (FAITH) a faith based organisation in Uganda graduated 52 South Sudanese refugee women in liquid soap production. Rt. Rev. Seme Nigo Bishop of Panyana Diocese who doubled as the chief guest said that the women who acquired the skills were going to...
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Juba Teaching Hospital lacks Hepatitis vaccine

By Mandela Nelson Denis Hepatitis is one of the serial killer diseases that claims lives in the country. Unfortunately Juba Teaching Hospital, the country’s largest referral center lacks the vaccine to reduce the deaths. Yesterday, Dr Isaac Cleto Rial, the Director General of Juba Teaching Hospital told Juba Monitor that...
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Egypt donates uniforms, tents to army

By Martha David South Sudan has received military supplies from the government of Egypt to facilitate training of forces. The 603,000 thousands military supplies include army uniforms and tents. Speaking after receiving the items, Ahmed Baha Aldin, the Egyptian Ambassador to South Sudan said the Egyptian government aims for restoration...
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More than half population food insecure- UN, Gov’t

By Nema Juma More than half the population face hunger despite some improvement in the food security situation since June 2019, UN agencies, and the government said yesterday. According to an Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) update, released jointly by the Government of the Republic of South Sudan, the...
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S. Sudanese in Kampala welcome Kiir-Riek meeting

By Martin Manyiel Wugol South Sudanese living in Kampala have expressed optimism over the ongoing meeting between President Salva Kiir and Opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar The two leaders are in their second day of meeting to resolve the outstanding issues in the Revitalized peace agreement. Expressing his view to...
Editorial

Kiir, Machar for peace talks in Juba

By Anna Nimiriano As the peace talks was going on between President Salva Kiir and the Opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar in Juba, people of South Sudan were keen  to hear action points for sustainable peace in the country.  The days of the peace talks remained historical for South Sudanese,...
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CAN YOU RE-CLAIM YOUR POSITION NOW

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo When my colleague Jale Richard walked in the newsroom to announce to us the three days peace meeting between His Excellency President Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar had been concluded at State House in the afternoon yesterday with key point from both leaders that...
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SIGH OF RELIEF FELT EVERYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY

The last three days has seen a sigh of relief engulf Juba City and its suburbs. This was not only evident in the capital but reports from parts of the country equally revealed that they were preparing to enter another chapter after the J1 (State House) meeting between President Salva...
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