Editorial and commentary

WHY SHOULD PRICES OF BASIC ITEMS REMAIN HIGH

With Odongo Odoyo Action should be seen to have been put in place to cushion the public from the ever price hike of basic commodities. So many players in the market have come with policy after policy but traders are numb and dumb to all those irrespective of the situation...
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China Medical Team shares medical experience

(Dr. Zuei Ming giving a lecture to the student at Juba Health Science Institute photo by: Martha David) (Juba Health Science Institute students attending the lecture photo   by: Martha David) By Martha David The Chinese medical team in South Sudan has conducted a lecture on ornithology in Juba health science...
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Jonglei gov’t ordered screening of investment lands

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Jonglei State Council of Ministers in its regular sitting last week ordered the investment commission to screen the investment lands to identify the real investors in Bor town. Jonglei State Information Minister Atong Kuol Manyang said the exercised was crucial to know the investors who have...
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Eastern lakes Minister denies alleged impeachment

By Wek Atak Kacjang Eastern Lakes’ state Minister of Land and Physical Infrastructure has denied being impeached by the state Assembly for embezzling public funds. This came a day after he was summoned by state assembly to clarify complaints raised against him over mismanagement of the public funds in the...
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 Refugees in Uganda appeal for leaders visits

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon  Refugees in Rhino Camp settlement have called on Ugandan’s President to engage South Sudanse leaders to pay them visits at the various camps as part of their commitments towards the implementation of revitalized deal. The refugees said they would return home as soon as possible if...
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HEAVY Taxes on alcohol, tobacco

Cabinet Minister Martin Elia Lomuro speaks to press after council of ministers’ meeting last Friday (Photo: Kitab A Unango) By Kitab A Unango The government planned heavy taxes on toxic goods harmful to human being which are imported from neighboring countries, Minister, Martin Elia Lomuro revealed last Friday after Council...
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Speaker of TNLA assures citizens of peace implementation

Anthony Lino Makana , speaker of the Transitional National, Legislative Assembly Compiled by Kidega Livingstone The speaker of the Transitional National Legislative Assembly has assured the people of Gbudue state of government’s commitment to implementing the revitalized peace agreement. Anthony Lino Makana told the crowd on Tuesday during a public...
Opinion

Undertaking a facility condition assessment

By Tunde Obileye A facility condition assessment (FCA) is part of a complete and multi-disciplinary audit of an organization's buildings. Facilities managers should use an FCA as part of a technical investigation, to review assets or systems looking into the root causes of deterioration and as a source for determining...
Opinion

The burden of War on women and the prevailing peace

By Moses Gum South Sudan women have been deeply affected by the five-year long armed conflict. War in many countries often has its origin with notable gender dimension. Various factors have provided evidence of this dimension, such as the use of sexual violence during the conflict. Women and young girls...
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 South Africa gov’t condemns xenophobic attacks

             Hundreds of foreign nationals take refuge at a park near the Sydenham Police Station soon after foreign nationals during xenophobic attacks in Durban on March 27, 2019 following violence against immigrants and other foreigners. PHOTO | RAJESH JANTILAL. By Agency The South African government has condemned attacks against immigrants after...
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