U.S calls for peace

The U.S. Embassy in South Sudan celebrated on Tuesday, July 4, 2017, the 241st Independence anniversary of the United States of America. The occasion was graced by Hussein Mar Nyot, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU), representing the country’s national government....

China Power equipment delayed at Nimule -Official

The clearance procedures at the Nimule border point has retarded Juba power rehabilitation project, the Undersecretary in the Ministry of Electricity and Dams, Lawrence Loku Moyu said. Earlier, the African Development Bank (AfDB) approved $14.57 million supplementary loan for South Sudan’s power project that was intended to rehabilitate and expand...


The Council of Ministers declared that this year’s Independence celebration will not be public due to a number of reasons. One obvious is the current economic situation and the hunger affecting the country. The Government in its wisdom saw it wise to have such expenditure diverted to assist needy cases...

Jungle law should not prevail

We cannot and should not let jungle law to prevail in our country, South Sudan. No human has a right over the other apart from God. We should condemn in the strongest terms possible, those individuals trying to suppress other people’s rights. It is ironical for someone to say they...

Avoid racial prejudice

Two ugly news befell in our Country this week; the report by Amnesty International and a letter allegedly written by a section of Bor youth in Bor and when viral in the media. All pointed to South Sudanese of Equatoria origin as being victims of the circumstances have sparkled robust...

Views on the National Dialogue (Part 5)

Such miss-conception and ill-practice must be discussed and rectified through a centrifugal civil service mechanism operating on the basis of unified lists of officials of different professions and laborers of various trades and skills, whereby all regions or states of the country could get their shares in the human resources...

When political actors become liars

In the recent past and present, almost all South Sudanese have witnessed hopeless lies, nude propaganda, and ugly political curvatures in the country’s body politics and impunity. The masters of all these tribulations are those political actors who have become liars and lost hope and faith in the system and...

MT7 to hit Kampala on Independence Day

MT7 of the Sukun hit song is set to perform in Kampala at Venom Beach Bar on the 9th July as South Sudanese will be celebrating their sixth  independence anniversary Day. The show is set to feature other South Sudanese artists such as the Getho Survivors duos of Gudman and...
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Two UNMISS staff released from custody

The government of Western Lakes state has decided to forgive and release two UNMISS Staff arrested on the 13th June, 2017 for allegedly reporting on the looting and burning of civilians’ houses. In an interview with Juba Monitor, the Governor of Western Lakes state, Maj. Gen. Matur Chut Dhuol confirmed...
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