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Equity Bank shines at International Banking Awards

By: Loro Louis Yugu Equity Bank has won triple awards in an event to award the “Bank of the Year” held in Londn this week. According to a press statement seen by Juba Monitor, the bank emerged the best bank of the year for South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya. “Equity...
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IGNORANCE IS NO DEFENCE

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo I always had problems with my Math teacher. I could fake anything to avoid doing this subject from my Primary to High schools. I did not want anything to do with it until after my high school when l got interested but by that time,...
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Minister decries inmates’ facilities

By: Kitab A Unango The Minister of National Security in the Office of the President has decried the ill inmate’s facility at Juba Central Prisons. According to 2014 and 2015 inmate’s statistics reports, approximately there were 6500 inmates serving sentences across the country with Juba Central Prisons accommodating the highest...
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SPLA-IO condemns IGAD for restricting Machar’s movement

By: Nema Juma The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in opposition yesterday condemned in the strongest terms possible the continued detention of their leader, Dr. Riek Machar allegedly by IGAD. In a press release, that was forwarded to Juba Monitor, the Director for Information and Public Relation Puok Both Baluang said,...
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SSBF president vows to promote Unity

By: Wek Atak Kacjang The newly elected president of South Sudan Basketball Federation (SSBF) has vowed to promote unity among South Sudanese. Addressing the press in Juba yesterday, Luol Deng said he knew the challenges facing the SSBF before he took up the responsibility of the office. “We all know...
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Media and NSS urged to promote peaceful coexistence

By: Nema Juma The Presidential Advisor on legal affairs Lawrence Korbandy said that both Media and the National Security Service should promote peaceful coexistence among the people because the people of South Sudan are so divided and their relationship has been affected by political effort among us. Speaking during the...
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REVENUE, Authority admits shortfall in collection

By: Charles Lotara The National Revenue Authority (NRA) has admitted low collection of revenue due to the rainy season that has made it impossible to access other states within the country. This comes in response to earlier media reports which indicated that the authority had made suspicious transfers of over...
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Mangateen IDPs in dire need of aid

By: Peter Gatkuoth Internally Displaced Persons living in Mangateen have complained over absence of basic services in the area including food, water and health service. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday in an interview William Duol Tek, Secretary for Camp Management Committee (CMC) said they have not been receiving any aid....
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Latjor State Governor vows to promote unity

By: Wek Atak Kacjang The newly appointed Governor of Latjor State General Gathoth Gatkuoth Hothnyang has vowed to promote unity in the state, Information Minister has said. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, Gatkuoth Bim said unity, peace and stability of the State was a top priority of the Governor. “The...
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Ministry of Education launches PLE examinations

By: Peter Gatkuoth The Ministry of Higher Education has launched the South Sudan Primary Leaving Certificate examinations. Speaking to the press at St. Theresa Primary School in Juba on Monday, the Minister of Higher Education Deng Deng Hoc said over 3116 schools have been registered. If you estimate, you will...
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