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We must be agents of peace -Rev Dr. Bilal

Rev. Dr. Joseph Bilal said, “we must be agents of peace because peace cannot come on its own, we are to make this country peaceful if we don’t think there will be no peace. “My appeal is that whosoever is carrying a gun or doing things that are bringing war,...
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SPLA-IO accuses Dr. Machar’s rebels faction

The Sudan People’s  Liberation Army in opposition (SPLA-IO) under the First Vice President Taban Deng Gai has accused Dr. Riek Machar’s faction of attacking its defensive position in the oilfield of Upper Nile state. Speaking to the press yesterday, the SPLA-IO Spokesperson, Col. Dickson Gatluak Jok Nyuot said the armed...
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Gok state governor warns youth on dirty politics

The governor of Gok state has warned youth on dirty politics, communal fight, incitement and unconstructive criticism against the state and national government. Speaking during the sixth anniversary of Independence celebration in Cueibet, Governor Madhang Majok Meen said anybody who is found inciting the public will be answerable. “You will...
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Chiefs Council rejects joining Republican party

South Sudan Council of Chiefs has strongly rejected joining the newly formed Republican Party amid call for change in country leadership. This was disclosed when the chairperson of the Republican Party Lewis Anei Madut-Kuendit met with South Sudan Chiefs’ Council to explain reasons why he left SPLM and formed a...
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I don’t want to distort my life -Bishop Paride

The ongoing situation in the country has forced me to keep silent because I don’t want to distort my life at the age of 82 years, Emeritus Bishop Paride Taban told congregation on Monday during a prayer for the sixth Independence Anniversary organized by the South Sudan Council of Churches....
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Parliament approves Committees Chairpersons and Deputies

The Transitional National Legislative Assembly (TNLA) members yesterday unanimously approved the new Chairpersons and Deputies of the standing specialized committees of parliament. Anthony Lino Makana, Speaker of the TNLA issued an order of appointment of the Chairpersons and their deputies, before the members of parliament unanimously approved it. This comes...
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MARTIAL COURT Orders deadline for witnesses

The military court martial has ordered the prosecutors to present all the witnesses in the next session or it will decide on the next step of action, said acting army spokesperson. Yesterday the court adjourned the hearing because the witnesses were not available to testify before the court. The court...
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New curriculum to be implemented next year

The new education curriculum will be implemented in February 2018, the Undersecretary at the Ministry of General Education and Instruction Michael Lopuke Lotyam said. Speaking to journalists after closing a workshop on the review of the new curriculum of education that was launched in 2015, Lotyam said the Ministry of...
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USD 1.5m for trade policy development

The Government through the Ministry of Trade and Industry received USD 1.5 million from Enhance Integrated Trade Framework (EIF) based in Geneva at World Trade Organization desk to develop trade policy after joining the East African economic bloc. The first phase of the project shall take 900,000USD mainly for polices...
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