Education is vital for sustainable development

By Eva Khamis Jarsoma If you want to lead a happy life and enjoy the good things in the world, you certainly need to get educated. A great job, a good social reputation are few of the many benefits of being an educated person. Education is a must for a...

Why language is important?

Natalina Poni David We all know when you feel like a Spanish or French or German class and your professor is just spitting off words in the said language and you have no idea of what they are saying. It is extremely hard to learn a different language when you...

Bishop Hiiboro roots for peace

By Martha David Bishop Barani Edwardo Hiiboro of the Catholic Diocese of Yambio-Tombura has said peace is gradually returning to South Sudan. In an exclusive interview with Juba Monitor yesterday, Bishop Hiiboro said people in his Diocese were experiencing relative peace. He said the church has been working together with...


Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo (in Beijing, China) There must be something that has to tie one to another thing for good reasons. When people talk about China, some of them have heard the opportunity to visit the country or not but believe me there is good reason(s) to do...

New Bishop installed in Malakal Diocese

By Kitab A Unango A new Bishop has been installed in Malakal Diocese after staying at least 10 years without a bishop. Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Nyortho Adol Majwok was installed on Sunday to succeed the late Rev. Bishop Francis who died in 2009. Since then Malakal Diocese remained without...

Girls promise to pursue education

By David Guya Many girls in South Sudan face a series of challenges in pursuing education, Juba University’s Student Representative Bagi Mary Louis has said. She said despite these enormous challenges girls have will never give up in their academic dreams. Mary was speaking during the celebration to mark the...

Jubek State steps up fight against contrabands drugs

By Emmanuel Lazarus Loli Jubek State authorities have stepped up the fight against prohibited drugs such as opium and commonly known as the marungi. Though the drugs are banned from consumption, many youth especially the organized gangs consume them in Juba. Police blame some criminal activities of the youth on...
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