News

Bor Pentecostal Church Reopens

  By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The Pentecostal Church in Bor that was shut down by police due to power struggle among its leaders has been officially reopened on Sunday. Leaders and elders of the church reached an agreement on Thursday after nearly two months of deadlock. The church was shut...
Opinion

Truth Empowers – Where education credentials serve zero purpose, fraud is the winner

    By Christopher Sebit sebitomini@gmail.com Education credentials determine the appropriateness and reliability of public service recruitment systems. Countries engaged in deliberate and fictitious tactics that undermine the power of education credentials are homes for chronic institutionalized fraud. Whatever serious administrative reform efforts are introduced, the outcome in most cases...
Agriculture

Food Security is essential for South Sudan

  By Athian Kuol Athian Mawien You can’t build a peaceful world on empty stomachs and human misery -Dr Norman Ernest Borlaug. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), defines food security as when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets...
Business

Avoid wrong politics to improve economy

    Prof. Marial Awou Yol, Dean College of Social and Economic Studies (photo from net): By Kidega Livingstone An economist at the University of Juba has expressed skepticism over the change of leadership in the bank of South Sudan meant to kick-off economic recovery in the country. The Dean...
Editorial

WOMEN MUST PRESS FOR PROGRESS

Editorial 13th May 2018 The world over celebrated WOMEN’S DAY yesterday with the theme of this year being “Press for progress”. Last year it was “bold for change.” Our women joined the celebration with little enthusiasm because of lack of basic requirements. They could not afford for themselves and their...
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