Opinion

5 reasons why women leave their husbands

Women file for divorce two-thirds of the time — a grim fact. But the important question to ask is "why?" According to my own Statistics, when a marriage ends, the woman is the one who files for divorcetwo-thirds of the time. While a man might leave a marriage because of...
Opinion

DC Party factions agree for dialogue

By Opio Jackson The two rivaling factions of South Sudan’s leading opposition party, the Democratic Change DC, have agreed todialogue in order to end the disagreements that emerged when a new chairman was elected to replace Dr. Lam AkolAjawin. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, Deng Bior Deng, who still maintains...
Opinion

Truth Empowers

Dialogue: A Tool for Acquiring a Greater Truth (1/9) By Christopher Sebit sebitomini@gmail.com   Introduction: Part one of this article gives widerdefinition of dialogue. Pat two examines the impact of dialogue on the people. Part three looks at the necessary preconditions for waging a successful dialogue. Part four is about...
National News

“Alabu Dance” crowns contest winners

South Sudan dancers (file photo) By Mandela Nelson Denis South Sudan Dancers’ SSD crew on Sunday jubilated with their fans after being crowned the heavy weight champion of the “Alabu Dance” competition. The group was awarded acheque of SSP 20,000 a glass trophy and certificate of participation in the contest...
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Drop the gun, pupils appeal

Officials, Parents dancing during the gathering By Oyet Alfonse  A peace club at Juba Na Bari primary school has composed a lyric prank to inspire positive social change among South Sudanese community. In their song ‘let us drop the gun,’the children challenge politicians and the entire population to stop killing...
National News

Juba residentsplan for refugee life

South Sudanese fleeing unidentified location(FILE PHOTO) By Taban Gabriel South Sudanese living in the Capital Juba are planning to seek refuge in the neighboring countries by January 2017 if the current economic crises contentious. The Juba residentstold Juba Monitor thatthe skyrocketing prices of goods have affected their livelihoods to extend...
Cover Story

Drop the gun, pupils appeal

Officials, Parents dancing during the gathering By Oyet Alfonse  A peace club at Juba Na Bari primary school has composed a lyric prank to inspire positive social change among South Sudanese community. In their song ‘let us drop the gun,’the children challenge politicians and the entire population to stop killing...
National News

Civil Society calls for speedy deployment of RPF

Executive Director of FODAG: Mr. Jame David Kolok talking to Juba Monitor   By Sworo Charles Elisha The government should move faster to facilitatedeployment of the Regional Protection Force in the country, the Executive Director of Foundation for Democracy and Accountable Governance (FODAG), Jame David Kolok says. Speaking to Juba...
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