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Women receive cleaning materials

By William Madouk Garang The Turkish Embassy in Juba in collaboration with the Turkish Red Crescent and South Sudan Red Cross on Thursday donated cleaning materials to women at Jondoru area to help them generate income and eliminate poverty. This came after a group of professional cleaners requested the Turkish...
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Media Network to hold Peace Award of journalists

By Atimaku Joan The Community Media Network South Sudan (CoMNeTSS) with its partners are in the verge of holding the 2021 Peace Award of journalists next week. Speaking to media yesterday,the Executive Director of CoMNeTSS Josephine Achiro said that the purpose of the award was to motivate the journalists to...
A foot for thought

Tribute to late Susan Juru

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor The Pastor in charge of the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan, Gudele A.Parish, Rev. John Louis said people of South Sudan were sick with problems they were carrying in the families. As a result, many people are not paying attention to God, even...
Opinion

Cry for South Sudan

By Akol Arop Akol We may smile for reason, either because of things we have such as money or because of people around us that make our lives better, and when we do so our friends and relatives including strangers ask why we are happy, it is because we got...
Editorial

MY TODAY IS BLIND

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Odongo Odoyo There are things which are very hard to understand in life but not impossible to achieve. This is why one has to live within his/her means and ability to understand the concept of life. You need not to be critical players to know...
Editorial

WHY SELECTIVE DISTRIBUTION OF COVID-19 VACCINE

It seems as controversy will never leave the production and distribution of Coronavirus vaccines since the pandemic hit the world in December 2019. To date poor or developing countries have had only 0.4 percent people vaccinated against the total population of the world of almost eight billion. As on 22nd...
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Activist calls on gov’t to expedite demilitarizing of Tambura

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei                          Activist called on the government to support the Joint Defence Board (JDB) to expeditiously remove all armed elements out of the violence-stricken county ofTambura in Western Equatoria State. Edmund Yakani, the Executive Director of the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO), appealed to national government as...
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LOMURO-Kenya’s frozen account reactivated

By Bida Elly David A Kenyan Bankhas finally reactivated Minister Martin Elia Lomuro’s frozen account that had been withheld frozen for the last three months. This came after Lomuro was invited by the Assets Recovery Agency (ARA) before the court to explain the possession for the cash allegation imposed on...
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Juba Teaching Hospital receives wheelchairs and devices

By William Madouk Garang Juba Teaching Hospital (JTH) received thirty wheelchairs yesterday, twenty walkers and twenty crutches as a donation by Luol Deng Foundation (LDF) to ease in-patient mobility within the hospital. This initiative was part of Luol Deng Foundation and partners’ campaign called “wheel of hope distribution” to support...
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