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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...
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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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A country can prosper if there are good laws

National Constitutional Amendment Committee (NCAC) Chairperson, Gichira Kibara (File Photo) No country can prosper without good laws, says NCAC chair, and calls for national goodwill in the country’s constitutional amendments. The National Constitutional Amendment Committee (NCAC) is established under Chapter 1 Article 13 of the Agreement for the Resolution of...
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Mobile Roundabout renamed, “Jubek Roundabout”

The Chairman of the Tecno Group African Company, Devangkumar Barot thanked the government of Jubek state for committing itself for the success and completion of the Jubek Roundabout. “I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the Jubek Government for making a strong commitment to rehabilitate this roundabout and...
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Mobile Roundabout renamed, “Jubek Roundabout”

The Mobil Roundabout has been renamed “Jubek Roundabout” by the Jubek state governor, Gen. Augustino Jadallah during the inauguration ceremony of the Statue erected by Juba City Council along Juba-Custom Highway. Jubek was a strong Paramount Chief of the Bari community who lived in Kondokoro Island during the colonial era....
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Insecurity hampers health services in Upper Nile

The health situation in the three former states of Upper Nile, Unity and Jonglei has deteriorated due to the ongoing insecurity. Anthony Kisanga Lomoro, the Director for Core Group Polio Project Secretariat said, “Most of the children in those areas are not immunized because of the current insecurity which has...
National News

Economists Forum for Nile Basin

Renowned economists from within and beyond the Nile Basin this week met in Entebbe, Uganda for a two-day forum, under the auspices of the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI), aimed at taking stock and exchanging experiences in integrating economic perspectives for efficient water resources management in the Nile Basin. The forum,...
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Open Rumbek University -Students

The Student Union of Rumbek University of Science and Technology led by the Guild President, Mr. Mading Guet Malual and his deputy Atem Mayen Atem has called on the Administration to open the university by Friday this week. In a press statement released by the Guild President on Thursday, Mr....
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Salaries delay affect Juba Hospital operation

The Medical Director at Juba Teaching Hospital, Dr Mur Wel said, the working situation at the hospital was “tough” as his staffs had not received salaries for the last three months. He said statistics of medical personnel who used to report for work was 40 to 50, but due to...
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