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Traders demand easy access to hard currency

By Mandela Nelson Denis Traders in Gumbo Market are asking the government to allow them get easy access to US Dollars as the scarcity of hard currency hinders importation of goods and services into the country. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, the Chairman of the Gumbo Market, Mutebi Yidi said...
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Insecurity affecting businesses

Rose Keji Benjamin Businesses in the country are being affected by the ongoing conflict in the country that has led to inaccessibility of key roads for movement of goods and services, Dut Dut the Acting Undersecretary Chambers of Commerce said. He said peace is the gate way for all the...
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Agriculture Bank starts giving fuel to farmers

The Managing Director of Agriculture Bank of South Sudan said the bank has started giving fuel to farmers in a bid to improve food production across the country. Rual Makuei Thiang, the Managing Director of Agriculture Bank of South Sudan has confirmed to Juba Monitor that the bank spent over...
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Green Horizon out to improve food security in the country

Jebel Ladu Farm is an enormous maize grain plantation in Gwerekek, Ladu County managed by Green Horizon Company, a business company that is empowering South Sudanese communities in modern farming techniques by training local farmers in large scale production. Yesterday, Juba Monitor and the Green Horizon took a trip to...
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Shortage of fuel affects public transport

Lack of fuel in the city has affected the movement of people from home to their various places of work. Drivers have even given up, others do not even mind of coming to the bus station. The Chairperson of Juba City Legislative Council, Michael Ladu Allah-Jabu said, “it is the...
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China Power equipment delayed at Nimule -Official

The clearance procedures at the Nimule border point has retarded Juba power rehabilitation project, the Undersecretary in the Ministry of Electricity and Dams, Lawrence Loku Moyu said. Earlier, the African Development Bank (AfDB) approved $14.57 million supplementary loan for South Sudan’s power project that was intended to rehabilitate and expand...
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Nilepet tells NGOs to import fuel

The Nile Petroleum Corporation (Nilepet), the sole importer of fuel in the country has issued a notice directing all Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to import their own fuel or contract private companies that hold legal import documents. A statement released by Nilepet says the fuel it imports is heavily subsidized by...
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South Sudan cheapest fuel seller

South Sudan is the cheapest seller of fuel and petroleum products in the region, the Director of Gabat Depot and Petrol Stations Dr. Chol Deng said. Dr. Deng disclosed this during the tour of the Managing Director of Nile Petroleum in Juba over the weekend. “Nilepet owns nineteen depots all...
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Public Transport a catastrophe in Juba

Dozens of people were stranded yesterday at Customs Park due to scarcity of public taxis to transport them to various destinations. The Chairman of the Driver’s Union, Isaac Osfaldo said the major problems limiting the number of taxis is the shortage of fuel and the hiking prices of the spare...
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