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U.S BANS Makuei, Malong, Malek

By Jale Richard The United States has banned two senior government officials and a former army chief from travelling to the U.S and frozen their assets, in response to the continued deterioration of the humanitarian situation and the role of the officials in alleged undermining of peace, security, and stability...
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Parliament defends budget of 50 vehicles

Paul Yoane Bonju, chairperson of the Specialized Committee of Information, Communication Technology and Postal Services in the Parliament (Photo: Jale Richard) By Jale Richard The parliament has defended its decision to allocate some money in the 2017/2018 fiscal year budget to buy fifty vehicles for fifty Chairpersons of the Specialized...
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Fourteen Parties Support National Dialogue

By Morris Dogga Fourteen Political Parties yesterday signed an agreement in support of the National Dialogue initiated by President Salva Kiir early this year. The resolution was a result of a symposium held by the political parties last month under the theme "Taking National Dialogue, Peace Reconciliation and National Healing...
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National Dialogue last hope for citizens

By Opio Jackson The National Dialogue is the only option to restore the unity of South Sudan and as well to address the numerous grievances of her citizens, the Head Chief of Liwolo in Juba said. Gabriel Moga Baba, who is also the Deputy Chairperson of Council of Chiefs in...
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NATIONAL DIALOGUE REAL, NOT A DEADLOCK

The Steering Committee of the National Dialogue yesterday said that the process was real and not a “deadlock” as some members of the public were trying to perceive. This comes in a response to perception by some people in the country that it was a deadlock since it was not...
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POLICE WARNED Against nepotism and corruption

By Opio Jackson Nepotism and numerous complaints of corruption in the police service will not be tolerated, the Deputy Inspector General of Police (IGP) Lt Gen. James Pui Yak has warned. Gen. Yak made the statement yesterday during his inclusive meeting with the leadership and the entire staff of the...
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Hundreds flock for admissions in Public Universities

By Jale Richard Hundreds of youth yesterday crowded the offices of the Directorate of Admissions of the Ministry of High Education, Science and Technology to apply for intakes in Public Universities and colleges. This is the first time in two years the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology is...
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