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Gen. Paul Malong, a man of peace or war?

General Paul Malong Awan (L) By Jale Richard The man of peace for his supporters, the  anti-peace his critics, the former SPLA Chief of General Staff, Paul Malong Awan has left a mark on the politics of South Sudan.  ...
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MPs are not doing enough -Gbandi

Peter Bashir Gbandi, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs By Jale Richard The minister of parliamentary affairs has challenged members of parliament, to live up to their mandates of oversight and accountability to ensure democracy and good governance in the country. Peter Bashir Gbandi who is also a member of parliament at...
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FINANCIAL Constraints hit National Dialogue

  Members of the National Dialogue Secretariat; By Mandela Nelson Denis The National Dialogue steering committee has raised complaints of inadequate funds that impede its activities. Mr. Zacharia Diing Akol, the head of research in the National Dialogue Secretariat on Friday said that the peace building body lacks financial support....
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Imotong State MPs to campaign for Peace

By Thomas Lodovico Oryem   TORIT- Imotong state legislative assembly breaks its session till March 2017 to allow Members of the Parliament (MPs) to visit their constituencies and campaign for peace and unity. Ben Loki Palatino, the assembly speaker has called on Mps to use their recess to visit their...
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Fuel Tanker explosion kills five

Scraps of the fuel tank at Shirikhat in Juba By Sworo Charles Elisha Five people have been confirmed dead after a fuel truck exploded at Sherikat, a suburb of Juba on Sunday. Police Spokesperson Brigadier Daniel Justin told Juba Monitor that five people died instantly when the fuel tanker lost...
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Government told to end culture of impunity

Mustafa Samoure, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General By Jale Richard The government needs to stop the culture of impunity and have justice for the victims of human rights abuses and violations during the conflict in South Sudan, says a top UN Official in South Sudan. “South Sudanese leaders...
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Armed robbers attack deputy mayor’s home

AterAyielWolgol, Juba City Deputy Mayor at his residence, photo by Merio Jimmy By Merrio Jimmy A group of armed robbershave attacked the home of the deputy mayor of Juba city council, AterAyielWolgolon Sunday night, leaving one of his bodyguards injured on the leg. “I received a phone call from one...
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Chiefs: Lack of funds hinders harmonization of laws

Netherland Acting Ambassador; Jaap van der Zeeuw By Taban Gabriel Lack of financial support is the major factor hindering harmonizing of customary laws with the South Sudan’s Transitional Constitution, said traditional chiefs. Denis Darramollo, the paramount chief of Juba said due to power struggle among political leaders in the country,...
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