Opinion

Disgruntled Elites: Embrace Politics of Peace!

By Christopher Sebit sebitomini@gmail.com Failure to foresee the intricacy and the volatility of post-referendum, politics turned out disastrous. Capitalizing on the disaster, is the persistent lack of a nationally shared vision for good cultural, political and economic governance based on a transparent and accountable administration which is key to building...
Healthy Living

Rabies cause about 99% fatalities -FAO

By Sasuk Taban The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations has revealed that animal disease rabies caused about 99.5% fatalities. But it said rabies is a preventable disease. Rabies is a viral, zoonotic disease that can affect most warm-blooded species. It is mostly transmitted to humans through...
Business

Terekeka resorts to river transport

By Rose Keji Benjamin Business communities in Terekeka have resorted to river transport due to poor condition of roads between Juba and their state. In a statement to Juba Monitor, Terekeka State’s Minister of Information, Philip Ladu, said the roads were now impassable as a result of heavy rains that...
Cover Story

KIIR BLAMES Organised forces for rampant crimes

By Jale Richard President Salva Kiir Mayardit has blamed some members of the organised forces for involvement in committing crimes against civilians. He also blamed them for failure to protect civilians especially in the national capital Juba. Addressing a number of officers from the National Police Services, Prison Services, and...
Editorial

TRAFFIC POLICE SHOULD CLEAN ITS OWN HOUSE

Fingers are again pointing at the harassment of motorists by the white uniformed police officers. The motorists who are complaining have taken some of these reports to some of the civil society organizations to address the same with the Government organs. It is common to see traffic police officers stopping...
News

JMEC: Credible elections not feasible in South Sudan

JMEC PRESS RELEASE Due to mass displacement, severe food insecurity and total lack of institutional and constitutional infrastructure, credible elections will not be feasible in South Sudan at the end of the current transitional period, the Chairperson of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), has said. Addressing the United...
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