News

Gov’t comes clean on coronavirus rumours

By Kidega Livingstone The High Level Taskforce on Coronavirus has dismissed claims that there could be cases of coronavirus in the country but the government is suppressing information. Dr. Makur Matur Koryom, the Undersecretary at the Ministry of Health, who also doubles as a member of the High Level Taskforce...
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Women selling vegetables beaten by City Council

By Martha David   Women selling food items in Konyokonyo Market say they were beaten by the city council authorities on Monday morning as the authorities implement the Presidential order on the coronavirus. According to the order issued, shops selling food items and other essential items were allowed to operate...
News

Ministry never received USD three million

By Elia Joseph Loful The Minister of Higher Education says his office has not received the USD 3 million approved by High Level Taskforce on Coronavirus to support South Sudanese students studying in countries affected by the pandemic. The money was approved by the High Level Taskforce on Coronavirus as...
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Over ten killed in Rumbek inter-communal clashes

By Mabor Riak Magok At least 17 people have been killed and more than 17 wounded in an inter-communal fight in Rumbek North County of Lakes State. The fresh clashes which occurred on Saturday and lasted till Sunday took place in Malueth area. Speaking to Juba Monitor, Marik Nanga Marik,...
News

Pounds scarcity hits market

By Mandela Nelson Denis A scarcity of the South Sudanese pounds is being felt in the markets due to the ban on shops selling non-essential communities across the country. The authority banned operations of non-essential commodities in the country, as a way of preventing coronavirus from entering the country.  The...
Editorial

LOCUSTS STILL A THREAT WHICH MUST BE ADDRESSED

The emergence of Coronavirus has taken all the attention that the country is almost forgetting the recent and current existence of desert locusts. The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) has warned that the insects are posing threat to future food production and must be dealt with accordingly. Indeed Coronavirus is...
Editorial

OUR GREATEST ENEMY IS FEAR, RUMOURS AND STIGMA

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo The only topic of discussions these days everywhere and by everybody is the dreaded threat being posed by the Coronavirus which was born in China and has taken global attention by mass-death of innocent people who had nothing to do with this disease in the...
Opinion

Hope is all we need these critical times

By Ngor Khot Garang The outbreak of coronavirus and the lives it has claimed so far has sparked massive fear resonating from South Sudan and the whole world. This is a kind of fear that psychologists termed as an in-your face that continues from morning until night. We can’t sleep...
Opinion

Why love turns into killing?

By Akol Arop Akol Something called love is an emotional feeling that is given freely by God to all humans such that they also share it among themselves. The same love brings people from different walks of life to admire, accept, date and marry themselves as wife and husband. But...
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