Opinion

Where are the Opposition Groups?

The national dialogue was first announced on the 14th December 2016 by President Salva Kiir Mayardit after the failure of the peace agreement signed in 2015, between the government and the SPLA-IO under Dr. Riek Machar. President Kiir reiterated many times that the national dialogue is meant to bring peace...
Opinion

Attitude and Behavior: Determinants of Conflict

The variables, attitude and behavior are indispensable indicators or determinants of conflicts experienced in all situations around the globe. Scholars working in the field of peace building look at protracted conflicts occurring in many parts of the Third World countries as functions of attitudes and behaviors sustained largely by the...
Cover Story

Identity hampers prosperity in Africa -Museveni

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has cited identity as serious problem in Africa that hinders countries from prospering. He made these remarks during the swearing in ceremony of the National Dialogue steering committee and the official launch of the National Dialogue in Juba on Monday. He said in the last fifty...
Cover Story

Public universities on the brink of closure

High institutions of learning in the country are on the brink of “disastrous closure” unless measures are taken soon to reverse this dangerous trajectory, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Juba Prof. John Apurot Akec has said. In a statement to Juba Monitor, Prof. Akec said there was consensus among...
Opinion

Honeymoon in SPLM is over

Indeed, our beloved new born country South Sudan! Sudanile Christian state has been going through serious political crisis up to the level of instability and anarchy within the society. It happened because of lack of political maturity without believing in Christian and traditional cultural values, norms and moral ethics without...
National News

City Council oppose sending idlers out of Juba

Juba City Council has disagreed with the government’s idea of sending all idlers back to their villages to cultivate saying the security in rural areas should bet improved first in all parts of the country before the idlers are moved out of Juba. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, speaker of...
News

Politicians should put aside differences

The students’ leadership of Bahr El-Ghazal Student’s Union (BASU) in Uganda has strongly urged South Sudanese and politicians to put aside their political differences and live together as one people irrespective of tribes or political affiliation. There are many people in this country who believe in the true unity of...
Entertainment

Hagana Festival in pictures

The festival took place over the weekend at Nyakuron cultural Centre. Many made it to the festival while others failed. Juba Monitor’s pictorial brings you to the festival which was organised by the Anataban Arts ininiative team.  ...
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