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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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Why the educational sector is yet to improve

By: Agar Mayor Gai Has someone ever asked him or herself about the nature of our educational sector one day? Of course anyone who attends or has once upon a time attended school either abroad or within this country must have asked such a question. This question, though hard to...
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Seize control over your privacy from Google

By: Charles Lotara Privacy has been, and is still a growing concern posed by technology giants, and Google has been on the spotlight of meddling with user’s private data despite claims to ‘protect’ those data. This first edition of tech-focused column examines critical information collected by Google, and how users...
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Rumbek poachers sentenced to 14 years in prison

By Sheila Ponnie RumbekHigh Court has sentenced Machuei Jok Akool and Mabeny Mayom Malou to 14 years in prison for killing an Elephant from Southern National Park.  The duo also charged for illegal trade in wildlife ivory products. State High Court President Michael Atem Chol Lakes who presided over the...
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Rescuing girls from forced marriages

By Ochan Joram David The rise in cases of gender based violence and forced marriages in South Sudan can largely be attributed to strong traditional beliefs and a high illiteracy rate. The rising number of child/forced marriages is amplified by conflict, displacement and poverty. In South Sudan, girls are born...
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South Sudanese charging Ugandans to access farms in Lamwo

By Uganda Radio Network A boundary dispute between Uganda and South Sudan has left residents of Ngomoromo village in Lamwo District in northern Uganda unable to conduct normal businesses. The contentious land is located in Parapadwanya bordering Ngomoromo in Uganda and Poge in South Sudan’s, Ayaci County. The disputed area...
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TIME IS NOW, DO NOT WAIT FOR TOMORROW

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo An international oil and power meeting is taking place in Juba. This is the third edition and will be attended by various stakeholders in the oil industry in and from outside the country. The most important thing is that it comes at a time when...
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WORK FOR PEACE AMIDST DEADLOCKS

The citizens of this country are hopeful that they will witness an inclusive government comes November 12th with all the oppositions on board. This time, the warmongers should rest in peace and allow the ordinary citizens of this country to live happily forever. The parties to the Revitalised Agreement on...
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