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Senior Four exams starting in two weeks’ time

By: Bullen Bala Alexander The Minister of General Education Deng Deng Hoc said Secondary Certificate of Education Examinations will start on 16th December 2019. He made the announcement to the press last week on Friday. Hoc said the exams was supposed to kick off on the 2nd of December 2019...
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Pan-Africanism organization launched at Juba University

By: Peter Gatkuoth Students at the University of Juba have launched a new organization dubbed Juba University Students’ Solidarity for Africa (JUSSA). The organization aims at striving for Nationalism and Pan-Africanism to combat tribalism in South Sudan with support from the African Union. Speaking to Juba Monitor during the launch...
Editorial

USE THE MAGIC WORD “SORRY” TO DISARM A SITUATION

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo December is here with us once again where plans for Christmas mood is knocking and everyone is planning to celebrate the big day which is marked all over the world. Some people including friends have been on the trail with organized parties before they left...
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Media, NSS workshop concludes in Juba

By: Khamis Cosmas Lokudu A two-workshop aimed at strengthening relationship between the media fraternity and National Security Services (NSS) in across the country has been wrapped up in the capital Juba. Last week Media Authority and the government of Canada with financial provision from Journalist of Human Rights brought together...
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SPEDP launches vocational education to empower women

By: Bullen Bala Alexander The Support for Peace and Education Development Programme (SPEDP) in partnership with Women Aid Vision (WAV) has lunched two years project to train women and youth in hand skills. The two years project is funded by the Belgian Development Agency and European Commission. Speaking during the...
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Fire burns Omoliha Market in Torit state

By: Kabaka Quintos At least eight shops have been burnt to ashes in Omoliha Market of Torit State last Friday, authorities have said. Torit State Chairperson for Chamber of Commerce Lilly Hidita Nartisio regretted the incident saying the fire has destroyed goods worth millions pounds “A lot of things which...
Editorial

ENSURE SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM IS OFF THE GROUND

It is indeed encouraging to learn that the Ministry of General Education has launched home-grown school feeding program. It is not that the program was not in place but most food were being brought or sourced from outside the boundary. The ministry now wants to source food from local sources....
Editorial

DECEMBER

By: Anna Nimiriano December is the last month of the year known by everybody in the world. Most International Organizations are ending financial year in this month. Some of them are rushing to finish programmes that were scheduled for this year and planning for next year progammes.  If you ask...
Opinion

A letter to unborn children

By: Ngor Khot Garang Dear unborn children, I have always wanted to write to you but the pen is so expensive that I decided to only pray for you.  But thankfully, though am left with nothing to eat, I have at last managed to buy the pen. I hold tears...
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Bank of South Sudan’s officers to be trained in India

Bank of South Sudan’s Director General of Training and Director of Human Resources and Administration met Indian Amb S.D. Moorthy on 27th November, 2019 and sought India’s assistance to train BSS top and middle level officers in Indian Banking Services Institutes located in Delhi, Pune and Chennai. Amb Moorthy assured...
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