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PARTIES-in discussion of sharing national institutions

By Gilo Jr.Okwata The parties to the revitalized peace agreement are locked in discussions over the sharing formula of national commissions and other institutions. Speaking to Juba Monitor, the Minister of ICT and Postal Service who is the government spokesperson, Michael Makuei Lueth stated  that the powering arrangements of  local...
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UK urges gov’t to improve teachers’ salary

By Bullen Bala Alexander United Kingdom government has urged South Sudan government to put more efforts in teachers’ salaries by paying them fairly in order to improve the standard of learning in the country. Chris Trott the UK’s Ambassador to South Sudan made the call during the launch of second...
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Government urged to include woman in security sector

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Vice President for Gender and Youth Cluster Rebecca Nyandeng De Mabior has urges Revitalized Transitional   Government of National Unity to include more woman in full participation security sector in the country. Speaking during a plenary workshop on the finalization of Strategic Security Assessment (SSA), Rebecca...
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Governor praises women for backing peace

By Awas Lobono Dominic The Governor of Eastern Equatoria State, Louis Lobong Lojore has praised women for advocating for peace among communities living in Kapoeta South County. Governor Lobong told Juba Monitor last week that the women from Buya community took bold decision to end conflict which mostly a result...
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CEPO, IOM launch peace promoting project

By Esther Aurelio Community Empowerment for Progress organization (CEPO) in partnership with International Organization for Migration (IOM) has   launched a new project to design response to fight COVID-19 under theme: “Promoting Peace and Solidarity in the Face of Covid-19.”  This project was mainly  targeting Juba, Bentiu and Wau. Speaking during...
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Kapoeta council form a team to oversee airstrip work

By Awas Lobono Dominic The administration of Kapoeta town council has formed a committee tasked to oversee progress of the work at the airstrip and contributions to facilitate the activities. Juma Buhari Combo Chief executive officer of Kapoeta town council told Juba Monitor during the weekend that his office was...
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VICTORY-South Sudanese wins US seat

By Okan Thomas Onyango South Sudanese community in Juba have celebrated Oballa Oman Oballa’s victory for becoming the first black young man to win a city council seat in the Southeast Minnesota city of Austin. Speaking during the ceremonial event, Ojulu Akwor Harun said that Oballa was born in 1991...
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Gov’t urged to reduce trade barriers

By Wek Atak Kacjang The  newly elected  Chairperson of South Sudan Clearing Freight and Forwarding Association have called upon the government to reduce trade barriers on the road. Speaking to Juba Monitor, the Chairperson of South Sudan Freight clearing and Forwarding Association Deng Daniel Ayuen said that the trade barriers...
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SSPDF, UDPF in bilateral talks in Uganda

By James Atem Kuir A high-ranking South Sudan Peoples Defense Forces (SSPDF) delegation is in Uganda discussing ways to strengthen bilateral military ties with their Ugandan counterpart. The acting SSPDF spokesperson, Santo Domic Chol confirmed to Juba Monitor yesterday that delegation headed by the SSPDF Chief of Defence Forces, Gen....
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