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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...

Substandard water factories will be closed -Bartel

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry said all water producing companies will be closed if the managements are not conforming to the government policy of good working standard. Speaking to Juba Monitor on Tuesday, Joseph Africano Bartel, the Undersecretary in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry warned that any water...

Exhibition of local products begins in Juba

Over 60 businesses showcased more than 100 products, at the opening of the ‘Made in South Sudan Exhibition’ on Tuesday, where local produce were displayed in a trade fair. The Made in South Sudan Exhibition organized by Ministry of Trade and Industry with support from the private sector and United...

HCA encourages local producers

Honey Care Africa (HCA) has encouraged local traders producing products such honey, body jelly, soaps and handcrafts to keep on producing more in order to avert the current economic crisis in the country. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, the Country Representative for HCA Matata Safi Khamis said local people should...

Traders urged to contribute for National Dialogue

The Secretary General of South Sudan Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, Simon Akuei Deng has appealed to the business community to contribute money to support progress of the national dialogue. He said it was each and every individual responsibility to mobilize and support the national dialogue in the country...

Citizens told to cultivate

The Director for food extension and security in the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security Mr. Alfred Lomeling John said citizens should make use of the rainy season to cultivate food to support their families and the Nation. “If you have harvested crops such as maize, beans, sim-sim, groundnuts, sweet...

Business women call for action on National Dialogue

The South Sudan Business Women Entrepreneurs Association is calling for immediate action on the National Dialogue that was announced by President Salva Kiir. Mrs. Florence Gordon Sworo, a member of the Women Entrepreneurs Association said the government should focus on the youth and women since they are the majority who...


By David Mogga In medical science, the term resuscitate is used when reviving someone from unconsciousness or apparent death especially in emergency cases when someone’s life hangs on the balance. In business, this term is used when trying to make an idea or a business active again or more vigorous...

Muslims traders urged to reduce prices during Christmas

By Taban Gabriel Muslims traders in South Sudan have beenurged to reduce prices of their goods during the Christmas season, as Christians are preparing to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. The director of Islamic Relief South Sudan,JumaTombe said Muslimswithin the country should cohabit with their fellow Christian brothers by...
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