Opinion

South Sudan needs transformation from tribalism into nationalism

By Charles Dak Maniew Makuey The initial discourse on tribal identity was shaped by those who advocated for transformation of tribalism into Nationalism and others who sought their assimilation into a better citizen/national of a nation state. According to evolutionary perspective of tribalism, the word tribe is a primitive form...
Opinion

Has fighting lost its borders and importance?

By Agar Mayor Gai-Makoon Everything in this life is only useful and meaningful if it has a border and perhaps, a specific little or relatively big area of influence. Education, in my view, is meaningful because it is not achieved by all and should it therefore, be achieved by all,...
News

SCHOOLS to reopen soon

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The public institutions of learning across the country are set to resume soon particularly sometimes in July as the coronavirus positive cases come down gradually in the country, the new Health Ministry’s Undersecretary has said. While addressing the weekly briefing for the first time on Sunday,...
News

Party loyalists should leave the army

By Sheila Ponnie The Minister of Defense and Veteran Affairs accompanied by the Chief of Defense Forces over the weekend visited one of the military training center in the country at Owinykibul, Magui County, Eastern Equatoria State.  Minister of Defense, Angelina Teny was at Owinykibul training center to inspect the...
News

SSOA agreed to take up Jonglei State

By Wek Atak Kacjang South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA), the umbrella of opposition parties has agreed to nominate the governor for Jonglei State as agreed during the meeting between President Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar earlier this month. After President Kiir and Dr. Machar broke a deadlock on the States...
News

Greater Jonglei, Pibor communities to meet today

By Bullen Bala Alexander The communities from greater Jonglei and Pibor are expected to meet the committee formed by the President Salva Kiir to investigate the ongoing inter-communal fighting to discuss root causes and ways of ending the conflict. Last week President Salva Kiir issued an order constituting a 13...
Editorial

Remember God with Coronavirus situation

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor It is an obligation to remember our Lord when good and bad things happened to us. We may not think that responsibilities assigned to us is to take all our time away from God. Not even the little time given to praise God...
News

Nineteen killed, 39 wounded fresh clashes in Lakes.

By Mabor Riak Magok At least 19 people have been killed and 39 others wounded in an inter-communal clashes in Rumbek East county of Lakes State. The clashes which caused lives of 19 people and 39 wounded was triggered by 130 cattle raided from Rup community on Friday evening at...
Opinion

Peace for the sake of peace is nondurable.

By Malek Arol Dhieu. Peace is not merely an absence of war but it can be an entailment of forgiveness, it can be a well-being of people sharing a common good, it can be anything that makes people live in harmony. Peace in real sense can be fragmented in to...
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