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VISA-free movement at last

By Atimaku JoanB It is a free visa to Kenya for South Sudanese according to a circular issued by the Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary in Nairobi. Kenya Embassy in Juba confirmed that “yes it is true and the circular is authenticated and it is in our position. We are now...
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Authority to set-up a one stop network control tower

By John Agok The National Communication Authority (NCA) said it was working to set-up one control tower to regulate telecommunication network in the country. The (NCA) boss last week led the groundbreaking event at Bilinyangin Juba – Bor road in a bid to erect the only Tower which could accommodate...
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CE Education Minister donates school desk to Juba One girls

By Wek Atak Kacjang Central Equatoria State Ministry of General Education and Instructions has donated seventy-five (75) school desks to Juba One girl’s primary school to support children who don’t have good desks. Speaking to the media yesterday, the Minister of General Education and Instructions Cirisio Zakaria Lado Pefo said...
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UNMISS deeply concerns at spate of extra-judicial executions

The United Nations Mission in South Sudan is urging local and national authorities to put an end to extrajudicial executions following the killing of at least 42 people accused of criminal activities who were not given access to a fair trial. Since March, UNMISS’ Human Rights Division has documented at...
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FIFA delegate applauds construction of Juba Stadium

By John Agok The FIFA delegate that equally supervised the recent general elections of South Sudan Football Association (SSFA) has been touring Juba Stadium over the weekend and applauded the efforts of GS Construction Company. Mr. Solomon Mudenge the FIFA group leader for development working in Africa /CECAFA was on...
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“SHYLOCKS”-Days numbered on cancer cheques

By John Agok The government has vowed to combat financial malpractice in the country known as “cancer cheques operated by dishonest business people to swindle the unsuspecting members of the public. In a six pages notice of advertisement to the media availed to Juba Monitor from the |Ministry of Justice...
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Parliamentarians to take oath this week

By John Agok The Country’s lawmakers are expected to be sworn in this week to complete the functioning of R-TGONU that was tasked to fully implement the R-ARCSS signed three years ago. The 400 MPs from both upper and the lower houses were reconstituted by the Presidential decree and appointed...
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Sinco to ease cold storage with modern refrigerators

By James Atem Kuir Sinco a medical supplier plans to ease cold storage woes with modern refrigerators for temperature-sensitive products like vaccines and blood to remain unspoiled from the time they are manufactured until the moment of vaccination, they have to remain within the required temperature range. Temperatures must not...
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Bakosoro calls on citizens to unite for peace

By Bullen Bala Alexander The National Minister of Public Service and Human Resource Development Joseph Bangasi Bakosoro has called on the citizens to unite by loving and accepting each other for the purpose of peace in the country. He said accepting each other as South Sudanese was the only way...
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Gov’t called on to conduct inclusive disarmament

By Hassen Henry A two-day workshop aimed at the dissemination of the Civilian Disarmament Strategy inStates and Administrative Areas was concluded in Mundrilast week with a call for the collective disarmament of the civilian population in the Country. The workshop was organized by the South Sudan Bureau for Community Security...
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