Editorial

SOME CHURCH LEADERS HAVE GONE BONKERS

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo One would be tempted to ask how safe are Christians or church followers not only in the country but in most parts of the world. The faithful have been treated to so many dramas that would only befit “Hollywood or other woods of this world...
Editorial

Office Manners

By: Anna Nimiriano Dear readers, today I would like to talk about office manners which are common to us. Some of you might have experienced it in daily work. Several people come to the office with personal issues. This happens mostly with friends and relatives.  For institutions that have visitor’s...
Opinion

Let security be the priority

By: Agar Mayor Gai-Makoon I doubt if there can be any sector in this country or in the world which can exist to its fullest without right safety in place. People need to be secured at all instances such that their works, they can execute and make alive for others...
News

BOUNDARIES, Stalemate to be resolved soon

By: Kitab A Unango The stalemate surrounding number of states and their boundaries is on top of the agenda as one of the impediments to the formation of unity government and stands to be resolved soon, David Mabuza, Deputy President of South Africa revealed yesterday. Mabuza is back in the...
News

Dr. Machar in Juba for talks

By: Nema Juma The leader of SPLM-IO Dr. Riek Machar accompanied by the Sudanese Deputy Chairman of Sudan Sovereign council Mohamed Hamdan Hemeti Dagalo arrived in Juba yesterday. After his arrival in Juba, Dr. Machar had a closed door meeting with President Salva Kiir at the Presidential Palace in J1...
News

‘Suspended’ Archbishop ordains three clerics

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Jonglei Internal Province Archbishop has consecrated and enthroned three bishops of the newly created dioceses of Bor despite his suspension. In December last year, Rev. Rueben Akurdit Ngong Akurdit, Jonglei was purportedly suspended by Rt. Rev. Justin Badi Arama, the Episcopal Church of South Sudan primate...
News

Nimule residents worry over slow peace implementation process

By: Kabaka Quintous Residents in South Sudan’s Nimule border town have expressed frustration over the slow implementation of the Revitalized Peace Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS). The locals spoke during the dissemination campaign of the chapter 1 and two on the RARCSS by Peace Link...
News

Malaria, a stubborn challenge in S. Sudan

By: Sheila Ponnie  Malaria is one of the world’s oldest and deadliest diseases and the leading cause of sickness and death in South Sudan, among children under 5 years old.  The World Health Organization has declared 38 countries malaria free since 1955, but its campaign has stalled in parts of...
News

Tears and joy as stray girl reunites with family

By: Mandela Nelson Denis Like many South Sudanese families that got affected by the then Sudan civil war, Kiden’s family has been living in a South Sudanese community in Masindi District, Nyabyeya (Western Uganda) for decades. Many haven’t even seen South Sudan. Judith Kiden Kenyi is one of such. Born...
News

Southern Liech newly appointed ministers sworn in

By: Wek Atak Kacjang The Governor of Southern Liech State, Maj. General Stephen Thiey Yar has told the newly appointed Ministers to work for the unity of people of Southern Liech State for reconciliation and peaceful co-existent of the citizens in the State. Speaking during the event, Governor Stephen told...
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