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Indian community celebrates 550th Birth of Shri Guru Nanak Devi Ji

By: Mandela Nelson Denis The Indian community in Juba on Tuesday celebrated the 550th Birth Anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Devi Ji. Guru Nanak was the founder of Sikhism, one of the minority religious groups in the world and its teaching is believed to have inspired many Indians. Gati Krushna...
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Archbishop Lukudu inaugurates Health Center

By: Anna Nimiriano His Grace Paulino Lukudu Loro , Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba  on Saturday 9th November, 2019 inaugurated a Health Center built by Ursuline  Sisters of the Immaculate Virgin Mary  (IVM) at  Kator West residential Area. The first aim of the Health Center is to save...
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USAP crisis meeting adjourned

By: Bullen Bala Alexander The National Dialogue Steering Committee has postponed for the second time the meeting to resolve the internal conflict within United Sudan African Party (USAP). Speaking after the meeting, the Co-chair of National Dialogue steering Committee Angelo Beda said that the adjournment of the meeting was about...
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0ver 30 people trained on Federalism

By: Wek Atak Kacjang                                                     At least 40 people including women, youth and traditional leaders are undergoing a federalism training in Juba. The training of trainers was organized by the Ministry of Federal Affairs with funding from the Swiss Government. Addressing the trainees yesterday, Dr. Richard K. Mulla Minster of Federal...
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Five athletes left for training in Japan

By: Opio Jackson At least five South Sudanese yesterday left for Japan for eight months’ training ahead of 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The team includes one Paralympian, three Olympians and a coach. Speaking to Juba Monitor at Juba International Airport yesterday, Seji Okada Japan Ambassador to South Sudan said he was...
Editorial

T.B. JOSHUA, THE RENOWNED HEALER

By: Loro Louis Yugu T. B. Joshua is a well-known Nigerian pastor, televangelist and philanthropist. His full name is Temitope Balogun Joshua. Many people refer to him as prophet or senior prophet. He is the leader and founder of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), a Christian organisation that...
Editorial

BEWARE OF HIV VIRUS

It is alarming that over two million people in the Republic of South Sudan are living with HIV virus. This should be a wakeup call for those who are ignorant about the use of condom or intentionally disregard it due to a negative perception. The South Sudan AIDS Commission has...
Opinion

Arrest and detention

By: Poiya Issac Today, I would like to educate my people of South Sudan, readers and researchers about this topic on a pro-bono base. This was my thesis in undergraduate level (LLB). The legal argument is that; No arrest is lawful unless the person arrested is informed of the ground...
Opinion

Avoid lethal tax-collection practices

By: John Ador Akoi In my book ‘LONG JONN Short Stories, Volume 1,’ I wrote a story about a young orphaned boy who lived with his grandmother following the demise of his entire family in a fatal car accident. On his daily routine of loitering at the city center, he...
Cover Story

Seize control over your privacy from Google

By: Charles Lotara Privacy has been, and is still a growing concern posed by technology giants, and Google has been on the spotlight of meddling with user’s private data despite claims to ‘protect’ those data. This first edition of tech-focused column examines critical information collected by Google, and how users...
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