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South Sudanese told to stop laziness

By: Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala. Pastor David Laila of South Sudanese International Christians Church in Uganda has urged South Sudanese to stop laziness. He said South Sudan needs people who are hard working to overcome different challenges facing the country. Laila cautioned political leaders against what he described as...
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JICA launches Capacity building project for NRA

By: Martha David The Japanese International Cooperation Agency JICA has signed a new project for Capacity development of South Sudan Customs for introduction of International Harmonized System Code Phase 2. Speaking before the signing Ceremony, the Acting commissioner General for National Revenue Authority Erjok Bullen Geu said the project will...
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Parliament urged to summon Airport director

By: Opio Jackson The Executive Director of Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) Edmund Yakani has called on parliament to summon the director of Juba International Airport. Speaking to Juba Monitor from Yambio yesterday, Yakani said the Director of Juba International Airport should explain why there has been many people...
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Torit Health Science Institute announces 2019 results

By: Kabaka Quintos Torit State Ministry of Health has announced the 2019 final results. Addressing the media Friday last week, the Director General in the Ministry of Health Dr. Elijio Omoro Tahir said of the 89 students who sat for the 2019 final exams, 82 of them have passed. He...
Editorial

BE A GOOD PLAYER IN THE TEAM

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo It is good and healthy to be appreciated. That way one normally understands his recognition in the public domain. It makes and gives hope that something good was going on happening to one’s life.  From the regional bloc head of States summit in Addis Ababa,...
Editorial

ANY CRIME SHOULD BE TREATED ACCORDING TO THE LAW

The recent workshop between the Media personalities and the National Security personnel came to being by indicating that the two organs which have been perceived to be staunch enemies could come, sit together, reason and work together. This is how it should be in a civilized society because two wrongs...
Opinion

To be, or not to be, that is the question

Goodbye to 2019 and welcome 2020. I am greeting you with the spirit of Christmas and with the spirit of the New Year. Shakespeare asked, “To be or not to be?” and I am asking, “To be relevant or irrelevant?” In the first quarter of the 21st century, in a...
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Summit, IGAD hails parties for silencing guns

By: Sheila Ponnie The Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has hailed efforts made by the South Sudanese parties to the peace agreement for silencing the guns for over a year. This was revealed after the 13th extra ordinary summit of the IGAD Heads of State and Government, which was held...
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EAC-COMESA-ECOWAS LAUNCH DIGITAL PLATFORM TO EMPOWER WOMEN

EAC Secretariat The platform is intended to connect 50 million African women in business across 38 African countries. The portal (www.womenconnect.org) and mobile application (50MAWSP) come to solve the information issue that African women in business face when it comes to accessing available information on financial and non-financial services. In...
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