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Commercial Representative

By Stephen Doctor Matatia My topic to day is about Commercial Representative. This title as the term implies and as the nature of the job can dictate is to represent the country in a foreign country or in the embassies in the countries of our choice. It is not so easy...
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FACE TO FACE, Machar, Kiir to continue talks

By Jale Richard and Manyuon Mayen Opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar, will stay in Juba for the next few days to continue talks with President Salva Kiir on how to expedite the implementation of the Revitalized Peace Agreement. Yesterday at the State House in Juba, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement...
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Sudan peace talks kick off in Juba

By Kitab A Unango & Elia Joseph Peace talks between the government of Sudan and its opposition groups have started in Juba yesterday. President Salva Kiir is mediating the talks between the new Sudanese government and opposition groups-the Revolutionary Movement and Sudan People’s Liberation Movement led by Gen. Alhadi Adrias...
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East Coast fever outbreak reported in Yambio

By Martha David Authorities in Gbudue State have said the deadly cattle disease-East Coast fever has been reported. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, Gibson Bullen, the Minister of Agriculture in Gbudue State said cattle have been dying in small numbers until recently when the death increased to over 10 every...
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Church cries foul over land

By Nema Juma Some individuals in Juba have been accused of grabbing land belonging to St. Bakhita Chapel of the Catholic Church. St. Bakhita Chapel was established in 1989 by the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba and that particular land was demarcated in 2004. However, the church leaders said some criminals...
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Political parties ask Troika to support dialogue with holdout group

The Other Political Parties in Transitional Government of National Unity have asked Troika countries to facilitate dialogue with Paul Malong, Thomas Cirilo and Pagan before formation of the next government in November. Speaking to journalists yesterday, South Sudan Africa National Unity Party leader Ms. Theresa Siricio Iro said the Troika...
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Students demand equal scholarship opportunities

By Martin Manyiel Wugol South Sudanese students in Uganda have called on government to provide equal scholarships for all its citizens including those studying in East Africa. The students made the call during thanksgiving prayer organized by Twic Community Association for its members preparing for their final examinations. Philip Mayom,...
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Juba’s struggle with effects of climate Change

By Paul Jimbo Though globally celebrated as a major milestone toward realisation of a lasting peace in South Sudan, the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005 also had its fair share of curses to the local environment. The return of peace marked the beginning of serious urbanization across...
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