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Youth coalition calls for financial sectors’ reform

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon South Sudan Youth Organizations’ Coalition (SSYOC), a loose collection of over 25 youth-led organizations operating in the areas of peace building, advocacy, policy research, governance and democracy, health and education has called for immediate financial sectors’ reform to rescue the economy. The group said it was...
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Fired, appointed

By James Atem Kuir President Salva Kiir has fired the Minister of Finance and Planning, Salvatore Garang Mabiordit, the Acting Commissioner General of the National Revenue Authority, Erjok Bullen Geu and Director of the Nile Petroleum Corporation , Dr. Chol Deng Thon. Salvatore Garang Mabiordit and Erjok Bullen Geu last...
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Students obtain their coronavirus support funds

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon At least over 300 South Sudanese students in Morocco have finally received their coronavirus support funds after months of battling with the Embassy on the payment issues. Last month, the students protested the delay of payment in Rabat City in Morocco after the funds went missing...
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Artist’s union launches registration campaign

By Wek Atak Kacjang The president of South Sudan Artists Union has launched a registration campaign for all the arts stake holders in the country.  The campaign will help to identify all arts in the union within the country. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, SSAU president, Hamet Deng William said...
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State football academies receive balls from SSFA

By Kei Emmanuel Duku Yesterday, South Sudan football governing body SSFA started the distribution of more than 30 balls to each state football academy in the country. As part of developing football at the grassroots, South Sudan received ten thousand balls from Cross Cultures Open Fun Football, a project funded...
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Catholic Churches declared open countrywide

By Gilo Jr. Okwata The Catholic churches across the country have been officially opened with integrated guidelines described as ‘the new normal.’ Addressing the media on Thursday, the Metropolitan Archbishop of Diocese of Juba, Rev. Stephen Ameyu Martin Mulla said that the Churches would resume their Holy Masses on 20th...
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Refugee leaders condemn fighting in the camp

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry Refugee leaders have strongly condemned the recent Sunday fight in the camp which led to the death of 10 South Sudanese refugees. The misunderstanding arose between the host communities and refugees in Tika Zone Rhino refugee camp, Madi Okollo District in Uganda. Gabriel, Coordinator for urban...
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Women leaders urged to sensitize their colleagues

By Atimaku Joan The Police Commissioner in Yei River County Central Equatoria State Maj. Gen. Yoasa Lujang Kamba has urged Women Union leaders to sensitize their fellow women in the country not to resort to suicide whenever they have family issues. Maj. Gen. Kamba revealed the issue to Juba Monitor...
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Civil Society organizations welcomes Kiir’s move

By Bullen Bala Alexander Civil Society Organizations have welcomed President Kiir’s decision to fire Finance Minister and the Acting Commissioner of the National Revenue Authority . On Wednesday, evening President Salva Kiir Mayardit fired the Minister of Finance and Planning Salvatore Garang Mabiordit and replaced him with Athian Diing Athian....
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Security body calls for budget to implement peace pact

By Mandela Nelson Denis The Joint Defense Board has appealed to the national government to have a budget for the implementation of the peace agreement. Speaking during the Joint Transitional Committee (NTC) DDR Coordination meeting organized by RJEMC in Juba, the Co-Chair of Joint Defense Board Lt Gen Gabriel Duop...
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