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Church women call for an end to GBV

By: Kitab A Unango As the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence in South Sudan came to a close yesterday, South Sudanese Christian women took to Juba Airport road to denounce the rampant act of Gender Based Violence against women in the country. More than 500 women took...
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STOP PRESS

Ethiopian Airline which was scheduled to leave Juba International Airport (JIA) last evening crash-landed on take-off at the airport and completely damaged save for the 25 passengers and four crew members who were on board. The cause of the incident was not immediately known....
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IT WAS A GREAT UN ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo It did not occur to me what was yesterday represented in the UN world calendar until a long time professional colleague called me from a neighbouring country to remind me that one of the top man in that nation was nabbed while on the run....
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DR. MACHAR In Juba today after his team jetted

By: Nema Juma Dr.Riek Machar Teny is expected in Juba today following the arrival of his delegates and advance team from Sudan. Earlier information indicated that he was to arrive in the country yesterday at around 10am but failed to show up. No reasons were given only that he will...
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Students vow to stand for their rights

By: Bullen Bala Alexander Students at the University of Juba yesterday vowed to stand for their rights as the country celebrates the International Human Rights Day on Tuesday (today). They said it’s their hope that every student in the country would always stand up for the rights of each and...
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SPLM-IO accuses gov’t over lack of political will

By: Kidega Livingstone Lotto A senior member of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO) has accused the government of lacking political will to implement the revitalized peace agreement. Gatwech Lam, former SPLM-IO legislator said the government has enough money for peace implementation but it lacks political will to...
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Police launch investigations into Khorwilliang’s fighting

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Police has launched investigations into a fight that occurred between two groups over the weekend at Khorwilliang area, southwest of Jebel market in Juba. On Saturday evening, two groups believed to be nationals staged a fight against each other over unclear reasons leaving one person dead...
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NEW BILL TO PROMOTE ACCESS TO MEDICINES IN THE OFFING

East African Legislative Assembly, Arusha, December 5th 2019: A new Bill that will see access to essential medicines and promotion of the local pharmaceutical industry is set to be introduced. The Assembly has this afternoon granted EALA Member, Hon Francine Rutazana, leave to introduce the Bill entitled the East African...
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South Sudan to ratify African Youth Charter

By: Sheila Ponnie The government has passed the youth development policy for the ratification of the African Youth Charter by mid-2020. Jemma Nunu Kumba, Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare told the media last Saturday in Juba that the government was committed to put in place all legal and...
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