News

Refugees urge WFP to provide food for schools

By Gaaniko Samson South Sudanese refugee students in Uganda called on the World Food Programme to provide feeding at schools. Previously, feeding was provided in refugee schools for both teachers and the pupils, but WFP has stopped the school feeding programme. The Organization only provides food to the households and...
News

Tonj, Southern Liech peace conference called off

By Wek Atak Kacjang The much publicised Inter-State Peace Conference between Tonj State and Southern Liech has been adjourned to next week. The conference had been rescheduled from 25th July to 01st August, 2019. Speaking to Juba Monitor, Tonj State Information Minister William Wol Mayom said conference was adjourned due...
News

Troika urges parties to redouble peace efforts

  The Troika group has called on all the parties to redouble their efforts for lasting peace in the country. In press statement yesterday, the Troika countries comprising; the USA, Norway and United Kingdom called on the parties to intensify their efforts to resolve the most pressing issues. They said...
Editorial

CHARCOAL, TIMBER HARVERSTING THREATEN WILDLIFE SURVIVAL

TOPICAL COMMENTARY By Paul Jimbo Poaching, timber harvesting and massive charcoal production remain the biggest threats to the survival of our wildlife and ecosystems across the sub-Saharan Africa. In South Sudan,  recent aerial assessment of the impact of South Sudan's current civil war on the country's wildlife carried out by...
Opinion

Protect cemeteries and graveyards

There is pressure over land as a resource plus greed and unending appetite for wealth. Many human beings continue to threaten the desires of the spirits of the dead and our beloved ones to rest in peace. In some major cities, cemeteries have been grabbed to pave way for malls...
Opinion

Be simple and humble in the society

By Susan Benjamin Wani Every generation has classes of people. The old, disabled and young children fall in the category of people who need support. They have no energy or physical ability to work on their own. And looking at the old people, they were once strong and contributed to...
Opinion

Prices of food commodities soar at Customs Market

By Isaac Lasu Chaplain Residents of Jubek State have continued to complain about the high prices of food commodities in Custom Market. A spot check by Juba Monitor team established that prices of vegetables and other farm produces remain high. The high inflation rates have seen prices of basic commodities...
Opinion

Environment bears the brunt of conflict

By Paul Jimbo Faham fama faham (Charcoal, charcoal, and charcoal) shouts a voice of a skinny man on top of a blue truck that regularly peddle the commodity in Gabat estate, in Juba. Joseph, not his real name, is the man in-charge of alerting customers that the charcoal truck is...
Opinion

Improve teachers’ salaries for quality education

By Flora Victor Manu It has been worrying and dismaying that the quality of our education in the country is depressing. Most of the government schools and health institutions are not to the tune of international standard. Many cases of teachers collapsing in the class rooms during teaching sessions due...
Opinion

Practice your capacities

By Sunday Santo Alexander Gifts can be physical or invisible such as kindness, peace and love. The visual gifts are the beauty of the skin, the height while invisible abilities include kindness, humility, and meekness and so on. Each of us is given one or more of these qualities. It...
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