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DR. MACHAR, In Juba for four days’ consultations

By:  Nema Juma The SPLM/IO Leader Dr. Riek Machar accompanied by the Deputy Vice President of Sudan Ruling Council, Mohamed Hamdan arrived in Juba yesterday to meet President Salva Kiir Mayardit to discuss the outstanding issues and how to push on the on-going revitalized peace agreement. Machar’s spokesperson Peter Manawa...
Editorial

YOUTH MUST STOP BEING ENGAGED IN REVENGE ACTIONS

The inter-communal killings or fight must be stopped once and for all. It is a primitive way of solving issues among groups or different communities. The fight which occurred in Khorwilliang in the outskirt of Juba is this kind of attitude which must be erased and not allowed to plague...
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Central Bank warned of plan to inject more $US into the economy

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The Central Bank move to inject dollars to the market may rescue the country’s economic status only if the supply is consistent, said Certified Public Accountant. Garang Atem Awuol, a senior finance expert who is specialized in Financial Management said the plan to inject more dollars...
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S. Sudan skips EAC inter-parliamentarian games

By: James Arusi in Kampala The 10th East African Community Inter-Parliamentary games that kicked off on Sunday in Kampala, Ugandan has entered into its third day without the participation of South Sudan and Rwanda. The games that brought over 800 representatives of Parliament in East African Community partner States are...
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Food safety training starts in Juba

By: Elia Joseph Loful About 18 participants from several institutions are undergoing training on quality and food safety in Juba. The programme is sponsored by the Government of Japan through the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). Anne Chepkoech, International Food Safety Expert said the training was part of the...
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Gov’t urged to raise standards of teachers

By: Kabaka Quintos The Education Officer at Torit Municipality has called on the government to raise the standards of teachers in the country. Sikuku Rose said teachers should be motivated to improve education system in the country. She made the remarks during a graduation ceremony of 88 nursery kids of...
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A boy found dead in septic tank

By: Peter Gatkuoth A four-year-old boy has been found dead in a deep sewage tank belonging to Modern Specialists Hospital of South Sudan Hotel in Juba Town. The uncle of the deceased who preferred to be called Bekumba said the child got out from the home in the morning to...
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About 30 Journalists trained on Reproductive Human Rights coverage

By: Khamis Cosmas Lokudu About 30 Journalists have attended one day mentorship on reproductive health and rights organized by Journalist for Human Rights, a leading Canadian media development organization operating in South Sudan to build the capacity of journalists in reporting about human rights issues. Dr Alexander Dimiti, Director General...
Editorial

Stop GBV in South Sudan

By: Anna Nimiriano Hundreds of women from different churches yesterday gathered at Presbyterian Church of South Sudan in Juba to commemorate the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence under the theme: No, my brother! She cried; don’t do this to me, 2 Samuel 13: 12. The programme has...
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