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Duop Pur to launch “keep time” album in November

By Bida Elly David South Sudanese renowned Musician Duop Pur who is also the Deputy Chairperson of South Sudan Artist’s Union has made an absolute strategy to launch one of his awaited albums titled ‘keep time’ in November. In an interview with Juba Monitor yesterday, Duop Pur, the renowned national...
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Minister Achuei, Dr. Anib dodges media on standoff

By James AtemKuir The Minister of Health, Elizabeth Achuei Yoland her Undersecretary, Dr. Victoria Anib Majur yesterday avoided a request for interview over the row over reshuffling of directors. Dr. Anib, the undersecretary recently reshuffled and changed heads of departments in the Ministry of Health, and reassigned director-generals and director...
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At least 600 inmates screened in L State prison

By Mabor Riak Authorities in Lakes State have confirmed that 600 inmates from different cases were screened out in prison. Over the weekend, the committee confirmed to media that 120 remands out of total number of 672 convicted inmates in Rumbek prison were screened on Saturday.The technical committee comprised of...
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Flood victims desperate for assistance in Lakes

By Mabor Riak Lakes State Relief and Rehabilitation Commission confirmed that 16,150 flood victims from Unity state and internally displaced community of Rumbek North county were in need of humanitarian assistance in Lakes State. In an interview with Juba Monitor yesterday, the deputy chairperson of relief and rehabilitation commission (RRC)...
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Nzara commissioner refutes allegations of foreign troops

By Baraka John  The commissioner of Nzara County in Western Equatoria State has refuted news circulated on social media that ‘Congolese armed forces’ had encroached into the Nzara County territory to wage war against the State.  Speaking to the media yesterday, Richard Zizi said that the Congolese armed forces did...
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SUDAN-Crisis to halt oil flow

By William Madouk Garang The shutting down of Port Sudan is a clear indication of a possible looming alert of the economic downfall due to the cutting off of oil flow to the International market via Red Sea. The Council of Ministers sitting yesterday, presided by President Salva Kiir Mayardit...
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What should be the impact of free visa from Uganda?

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor It was good news to learn that Uganda government had waived free visa to South Sudanese from the first of October, 2021. It is going to strengthen bilateral relationship between the two countries, especially in terms of trade. What was not clear was...
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Activist calls on gov’t to expedite demilitarizing of Tambura

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei                          Activist called on the government to support the Joint Defence Board (JDB) to expeditiously remove all armed elements out of the violence-stricken county ofTambura in Western Equatoria State. Edmund Yakani, the Executive Director of the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO), appealed to national government as...
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