Girls top 2020 certificate of primary examination

By James AtemKuir Female pupils have emerged the best in the 2020 Certificate of Primary Examinations (CPE)results, with Naomi Nyiel Deng Dakbai from Saint Andrew Primary School in Jonglei State topping the list with 457 out of 500 marks. George Soro James Lomundu from Merkolog Primary School in Central EquatoriaState...
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CES Education Minister distributes school textbooks

By Wek Atak Kacjang Central Equatoria State Ministry of Education has distributesten thousand two hundred and twenty five (10,225) new curriculum textbooks to all six counties of Central Equatoria. The textbooks are both for State primary and secondary schools. Addressing the media, the Central Equatoria State Minister of Education and...

Schools told to adhere to covid-19 protocols

By Hassan Arun Cosmas-Yei Education stakeholders are calling on schools’ administrators in Yei County to adhere to the corona virus principles to avoid re-closure of learning institutions in the country. This came after the statement of the national minister of education threatening to shut down schools which are not following...

Over 50 women trained on peace building

By Wek Atak Kacjang At least (48) young women and (12) twelve men have completed two -month training on peace and security. The training was organized by Whitaker Peace Development Initiative (WPDI) together with UN Women’s and other partners. Speaking to media yesterday, WPDICountry representative Richard Hoffman said WPDI organization...
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Back to school campaign launched in Yei

By Hassan Arun Cosmas-Yei. The government of Yei river county and education partners officially launched back to learning campaign on the last week. The campaign under the theme: “Inclusive and sustainable education for all is aimed at ensuring all children go back to school. Speaking during the launch, Vuni Julius...

Gov’t, UNICEF distributes 2.7 M textbooks to schools

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Ministry of General Education and Instruction together with United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) have distributed 2.7 million text books to all primary and secondary schools across the country. Speaking to media yesterday, the Minister for General Education and Instruction Awut Deng Acuil said...

Gov’t schools face low turn-up by learners

By Baraka John GovernmentSecondary Schools in Yambio continue to experience low registration of learners despite the assurance of increment of teachers’ salaries and the monthly token of SSP10,000 pledged by the governor of Western Equatoria State earlier this month. Most parents in Yambio either take their children to private or...

University award 15 staff for excellent performance

By Emelda Siama John The University of Juba presented annual excellence award of 2020 to its 15staffs for their extraordinary role in improving the institution services throughout the year,at Palm Africa hotel over the weekend. Professor Mairi John Blackings, the University Academic Registrar said that the award is recognition of...

Director urges public to access National Archives

By Elia Joseph Loful The Acting Director General of South Sudan National Archives has urged the public particularly scholars to access the establishment to obtain primary information concerning the country. Acting Director Youssef Fugensio Onyalla said only few people often pay visit to the Centre whenever they are compelled by...
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