Editorial

HELP IDENTIFY PROBLEMS FOR CORRECTIVE MEASURES

It is rare that people do accept mistakes and failures and go to an extent of defending the wrong even where there is glaring evidence. The Minister in charge of Security Gen. Isaac Mamur is not that kind of a man. He calls a spade a spade not a big...
Opinion

Lazy people face dry season

By: Akol Arop Akol He who enjoys sleeping will at the end suffer from hunger during dry season because he has no grains in his granary. That is why in our cultures as South Sudanese, nearly everyone takes his tools to the garden and cultivate, especially in different villages. But...
Opinion

Why understanding others is important

By: Agar Mayor Gai It is true that God has created us as one people with same brain and other organs alike. However, it is often times pertinent to all that how we make use of these same organs such as the brain differs from one person to another. In...
Opinion

The trend-rule of law

By: Poiya Isaac Law is “the whole system of rules that everyone in a Country or Society must obey” or with reference to the Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th Edition, Bryan A. Garner, Editor in Chief, page. 900; which is a recommendable authority and I quote; “Law is the set of...
Cover Story

Minister decries inmates’ facilities

By: Kitab A Unango The Minister of National Security in the Office of the President has decried the ill inmate’s facility at Juba Central Prisons. According to 2014 and 2015 inmate’s statistics reports, approximately there were 6500 inmates serving sentences across the country with Juba Central Prisons accommodating the highest...
News

SUPERIOR, President’s Office above Sentry report

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Office of the President is too superior and high to be drawn into trivial issues of responding to Sentry reports which should be the prerogative of other Ministries. Rajab Muhandis, the Executive Director of the Organization for Responsive Governance (ORG) told the press yesterday that, such...
News

RJMEC calls for quick resolution on number of states

By: Kitab A Unango The Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (RJMEC) has called on parties to urgently resolve controversial number of states and their boundaries before the end of the extended Pre-Transitional Period of the Revitalized Peace Agreement.The number of states and their boundaries is one of the contentious...
News

Gov’t urged to avail funds to AIDS Commission

By: Elia Joseph Loful As South Sudan marks the commemoration for World AIDS Day, the Chairperson of South Sudan HIV/AIDS Commission Dr. Esterina Novello Nyilok has called on the government to allocate more funds to the commission. Speaking at the event yesterday to commemorate World AIDS Day in Juba, Dr....
Cover Story

SPLA-IO condemns IGAD for restricting Machar’s movement

By: Nema Juma The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in opposition yesterday condemned in the strongest terms possible the continued detention of their leader, Dr. Riek Machar allegedly by IGAD. In a press release, that was forwarded to Juba Monitor, the Director for Information and Public Relation Puok Both Baluang said,...
News

Civil coalition calls for freedom of assembly, association

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Joint civil society organizations, a coalition of five members’ group have called on the political parties and the leadership of the country to prioritize freedom of assembly, association and expression among themselves and its citizens. The group said that restriction on such freedoms was still disturbing...
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