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Youth benefit from digital skills training

By John Agok Twenty young people have benefited from digital skills training organized by “Koneta” institution last week. The three-day training on digital skills was geared towards three themes: Digital storytelling communication, social media management and digital marketing. Speaking during the award of certificates Mr.  Philip Dimon, the Public Affairs...
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Be strong

By Ngor Khot Garang It is not an easy task to remain strong in a country where people are always in tears.  On the street is a man talking loudly to himself on how to put food on the table for his children and where to get their school fees. On the other...
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IDPs Survive on Mangoes-Officials

By Baraka John Fifty-six(56) Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from Source-Yubu were currently sheltering in Tambura County while surviving on mangoes, theState Minister for Information and Communication said. The official appealed to Humanitarian Agencies to intervene in order to rescue displaced persons. The fifty-six persons mostly women and children fled to...
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CENSUS-Uncertainty to conduct looms

By John Agok The Chairperson for South Sudan National Bureau of Statistic has echoedtheconcern over the possibilityof conducting the census terming it as political and not technical henceresulting to the uncertainty as to when the exercise could be held. He further explained the rationale or justification for Population Estimate Survey...
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Body of late Archbishop Lukuduto arrive today

By Emelda Siama John The casket of the retired the late Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese of Juba Paulino Lukudu Loro and dignitarieswill arrive today at 11:30 -12: 00 PM at Juba International Airport. His Grace Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese of Juba Stephen Ameyu Martin Mulla said that the arrival of...
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Security officials crossed border to Elegu for talks

By Jurugo Emmanuel Ogasto South Sudan top Security officialsincluding Chief of Defense Force yesterday crossed Nimule border to Elegu-Uganda to meet with the authorities and driver’s Union over the standoff. Speaking to Juba Monitor on phone from Nimule, Emmanuel Kaman a senior clearing agent at the border said the security...
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Imagination is better than knowledge

By Akol Arop Akol Do not let people who have knowledge put you down because you never went to school or have not gone for further studies. I have a quote that a village thinker is better than a town dweller. There is a difference between having knowledge and having...
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NOTICE

The Board of Directors, Management and the entire Staff of Juba Monitor Daily English Newspaper take this opportunity to wish our esteemed readers and clients Happy Easter Celebrations. During the festive season, our readers will continue to get the latest information based on political and socio-economic trending at their fingertips...
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DON NOT CRY OVER SPILLED MILK

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Odongo Odoyo I was having an earnest discussion with a friend in the socio-economic and political know how who was so sure that no one should cry over spilled milk. This came about when he told me there are so many people who had been...
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