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Parents urged to register school children

By Bakindo Stephen Education authorities in Maridi County Western Equatoria State have urged parents to take their children for registration as schools awaits to open next week. Authorities said they have been conducting meetings in order to reopen schools early next week as planned by the national ministry of education...
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Primary school to get new library

By Diing Magot Mama Hellen Primary School in Magwi County in Eastern Equatoria will be getting a new library. Thanks to a Canadian geologist looking to explore gold and other minerals in South Sudan. Rob Reukl is the president and CEO of Juba Gold Corp, a private Canadian company that...
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Schools reopen in Yei

By Hassan Arun Schools in Yei River County,Central Equatoria State have officially re-opened after one year’s closure due to the global Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking to Juba Monitor in an interview yesterday, Latio Emmanuel, the Yei Day Secondary School deputy headteacher for administration thanked the county administration for reopening theschools to...

Distance learning programme using radio

Press Release As a preventive measure against COVID-19, the Government of South Sudan decided to close all education institutions in South Sudan in March 2020. This put additional 2 million children out of school and threatened to roll back the educational gains made over the last decades. To mitigate some...

Raja County misses exams due to insecurity

By John Agok Hundreds of children failed to sit for senior four exams due to insecurity coupled with Covid-19 Pandemic in Raja, Jur River and other parts of Wau respectively. Speaking to Juba Monitor Newspaper on Phone yesterday, the Director-General in the state Ministry of Education in Wau, Western Bahr...

South Sudanese students hold dialogue on GBV

By Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala. South Sudanese female students held dialogue at Makerere University senate conference Hall on March 19, 2021, under the theme “Raising voices for young women in South Sudan to make it a better place”. The dialogue was about fighting gender- based violence (GBV) out of...

Twenty women graduate in vocational skills

By Baraka John Twenty women drawn from different women’s groups in Yambio have successfully completed three-months training on tailoring to enable them be self-resilientin the community. The twenty women were awarded with certificates and sewing machines each. The three months training was conducted by Self Help Women Development Organization(SHWDO),an indigenous...

Public universities set to receive new intakes

By Yiep Joseph Lueth The Ministry of Higher Education Science and Technology has announced that the public universities are expected to receive new intakesfor admission on Monday 22nd March 2021. In a document dated 9th March, obtained by Juba Monitor, successful candidates with South Sudan secondary certificates for 2019 or...

Students continue to protest over unpaid arrears

By Bullen Bala Alexander South Sudanese students who graduated in Zimbabwe from 2018 to 2021 have threatened to continue with protests until their demands are fulfilled. According to the student representative Maker Makur, although the Ministry of Finance had promised to clear the arrears towards the end of this month,...
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