Editorial

BRING TO BOOK THOSE BEHIND CONTAMINATED SUGAR

A twenty five tons truck full of unfit sugar which was impounded by government official at the Nimule border point from Uganda begs a number of answers. How many contaminated and unfit or sub-standard products are getting their ways into the country from the neighbouring states? What is the motive...
Opinion

When everything is not working out

By Ngor Khot Garang One day I was just thinking about life and a lot of questions began to flood my mind. “What if all our needs were free, what if everything was given on a silver platter without us having to work for it?’ How would this world look...
Opinion

What is up in our healthcare system?

By Agar Mayor Gai-Makoon If there are times when the healthcare system is looked to for a somewhat help and care, then, this time is one. The virus is raging the world over and from the healthcare system shall its negative impacts be reduced and ultimately, eliminated. How it is...
Opinion

Gov’t should rethink on oil overdependence

By Daniel Athior’o Atem The many years of conflict between the North and South Sudan were a disservice to infrastructure and industrial development. Nearly all of South Sudan’s resources were directed to defense at the expense of other key sectors. Blessed with huge oil deposits, South Sudan’s economy is heavily...
Cover Story

Japanese Mail Order Brides

Looking for the most useful alternatives for mail order brides? Deciding upon a husband is not an easy task. In spite of a part of our lives in us, make sure that we discover the perfect game and we will need to take it slow.Locating the perfect guy is extremely...
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Mexican Mailorder Brides

More people signing up as brides, are the bride of these dream man and are joining the Mexican mail order brides scene. Many women wis mail order mexican brideh to eventually become these mate's wife, but are loath to accept this job. It is very normal for a girl to...
News

UNIVERSITY of Juba switches to online studies

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The University of Juba is switching to online learning amid the coronavirus uncertainty and lectures are set to resume on August 31st, the Vice Chancellor Prof. John Akec confirmed. As part of Coronavirus preventive measures, President Salva Kiir in March ordered the closure of schools and...
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Abducted women’s families applaud efforts to release them

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The families of the two abducted women have welcomed the efforts taken by the Presidential Envoy to Rome negotiation to have initiated a joint communication with Thomas Cirilo with the Vatican aimed of releasing the women. Dr. Marial Benjamin, the government Special Envoy to the Rome...
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Jonglei, Pibor in peace Process

By Wek Atak Kacjang Inter-community peace dialogue between Jonglei State and Pibor Administrative Area kicked off on Saturday in Panyagor County to bring to an end the persisting inter-communal flights, child abduction and  cattle raiding in the area. Early this month, President Salva Kiir Mayardit formed committees to go in...
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