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AUCTION-Volume Increases to 13M USD-BOSS

By William Madouk Garang The Bank of South Sudan (BOSS) has announced yet another increase of auction volume to 13 million US dollars to commercial banks and forex bureaus in an effort to further lower the exchange rate against local currency, SSP and revamp the battered economy. The new governor...
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Mauna, Munuki, Gumbo…are the new dens of thieves – Police

By Lodu William Odiya The National Police Service yesterday revealed that a number of residential areas including Mauna, Gumbo-Sherikat, Munuki, Gudele and Hai-Seminary are new dens of criminals in Juba city. National Police Deputy Spokesman, Brigadier General James Dak Karlo in a phone interview with Juba Monitor yesterday, said an...
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Activist welcomes IGAD, Kitwang meeting in Khartoum

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Executive Director for Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) has welcomed the positive response of IGAD, Kitgwang meeting in Khartoum appreciating IGAD and the group for responding to  their several advocacy messages including the lobby done. He further appreciated the positive response of the Kitwang...
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MPs begin debate on Emolument and Privileges Bill

By Bida Elly David Lawmakers have begun debate on the Emolument and Privileges Bill expected to address the grievances of the MPs in regards to benefits and allowances. In her address to the lawmakers during the first reading of the bill yesterday, Jemma  Nunu Kumba the Speaker of the Revitalized...
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N. Bahr el Ghazal state recruits 200 new teachers

By Ayuel  Chan Education authorities in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State said they have recruited 200 new teachers in a recruitment drive that is aimed at enlisting 4000 teachers for both primary and secondary schools. Speaking to Juba Monitor, the Director General for state Ministry of Education Santino Bol Akot  ...
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Why disability inclusion is important for South Sudan

By Lupai Emmanuel There are a number of reasons why South Sudan needs to consider disability inclusion and give equal opportunities to South Sudanese with disability. Persons with disability have the same rights as all others. The UN convention on the rights of persons with disabilities , and the South...
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Foreign nationals have more rights than citizens

When should people know that citizens have more rights, duties and freedom of work or settlement in their country? Where in the World where people who have money (politicians and business people) ignore their fellow citizens and refuse their opportunities? When will a citizen feel patriotic having enjoyed the fruits...
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A letter to future generations [26]

By Ngor Khot Garang Who watches the watchmen? Dear little ones, you may not understand but it is a long story. There is no ink, I use blood to pen it down. Of course, in the fight, both parties go home and count their losses. You may not know how...
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Leave oil, where is gold money

By Akol Arop Akol (Guest) South Sudan is a rich country in Africa with plenty of resources in 3 great regions namely; Greater Equatoria, Upper Nile and Bhar el Ghazal. Briefly, Equatoria has resources such as Gold, Upper Nile with oil and Bhar el Ghazal with fertile agricultural land and...
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Governor Lojore urges communities not to harbor criminals

By Emelda siama John The Governor of Eastern Equatoria State (EES) has urged communities in the state and to stop harboringcriminals saying they need to face the law. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday Governor Lojore said the continued communal conflict, cattle raiding and revenge among others exist because communities do...
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