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LET US BUILD A BETTER JUSTICE SYSTEM

The constitution of South Sudan gives everyone the right to seek justice with fairness. Money or status cannot be a defining factor in winning a court case because law is bigger than that. The justice system must work hard to ensure the two parties go home when they are satisfied...
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PUBLIC HOSPITALS SHOULD WORK EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY

Public hospitals are the only option for the poor South Sudanese to go to for treatment since private hospitals are ten times more expensive than the public hospitals.Because of this, the public hospitals are too congested and overwhelmed by the number of patients who go there seeking for treatment. “Thank...
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Gov’t condemns ceasefire violation in Unity State

By Mabor Riak Magok Unity State government officials condemned a ceasefire violation between two counties Koch and Leer in Unity State. The clashes occurred last week following the signing of unified command structures and unification of forces by the two principal signatories to R-ARCSS in Juba.  Tor Tungwar Kueiguong, the...
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S. Sudan Red Cross football team crowned champion

By Wek Atak KajangSouth Sudan Red Cross Football team over the weekend crowned league tournament that was organized by Star Pharmaceutical.The League brought together players from different organizations and companies to interact and play together under the theme “Share life, Give Blood”On Friday, South Sudan Red Cross team beat the...
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Planting an Olive Tree

The Olive tree is one of the most beloved and sacred of trees. It is known as the tree of life and has its place firmly rooted in ancient Greek mythology going back as early as the fifth century. Traditionally, the olive tree is a symbol of peace and friendship....
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GIVE PRIORITY FOR NATIONAL RECONCILIATION

By Akol Arop Akol (Guest) The first step to having a reasonable and sustainable peace in South Sudan starts with reconciliation. After signing peace papers, guns would be put down or collected from the hands of civilians, militias, and any other unorganized groups to allow healing and reconciliation to take...
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U.S. A-Raises concern over growing tensions

By James Atem Kuir The United States of America on Tuesday expressed concern over ‘growing political tensions in the country and urged President Salva Kiir Mayardit and First Vice President Dr. Riek Machar to respect their obligations under the Revitalized Peace Agreement. Tensions heightened from the beginning of last week...
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Cat out of the bag, the reports on 2013, 2016 crisis

William Madouk Garang/Yiep Joseph A report purported to be from the government and circulating on social media alleged to have categories of conflicts and instances that led to a political crisis in the country in 2013. The 72 - pages report, which could not be confirmed or authenticated by the...
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Upper Nile, Zetech universities in areas of collaboration

By William Madouk Garang Upper Nile University (UNU) and a Kenyan-based Zetech University yesterday held a meeting to explore and discuss areas of potential collaboration in joint research, teaching, and exchange program of students and staff between two sisterly countries. Three days ago, a delegation from the third best university...
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