News

News

S.SUDAN-In the race for top seat of Pan-Africa

By John Agok Five parliamentarians representing South Sudan are in South Africa lobbying for the country to clinch the continental’s top seat of Pan-African parliament. Speaking to Juba Monitor on phone, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Deng Dau, said that South Sudan delegates were in South Africa to participate...
News

S. Sudan, Sudan discusses key border issues

By James Atem Kuir Discussions between South Sudan-Sudan by Joint Border Committee (JBC), began yesterday in Khartoum to resolve disputes over contested areas between the two countries. By March 2012, Joint Boundary Committee was formed in Ethiopia capital, Addis Ababa to determine the boundaries of the two nations and reach...
News

More men get covid-19 jabs than women

By Hassan Arun Cosmas-Yei Covid-19 task force committee in Yei River County of Central Equatorial State on Saturdaysaid thatmore males have received coronavirus vaccine than women. The Covid-19 taskforce technical working group reported Saturday that 832 people got vaccinated in Yei River County but majority were men. Speaking to Juba...
AgricultureAGRICULTURENews

Gov’t to increase agricultural budget

By Bullen Bala Alexander The Vice President for Economic Cluster Dr. James Wani Igga said there is need for government to increase its national budget for Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security. “There is need for our government particularly ministerial economic cluster, we need to increase ministry of agriculture and...
News

Over 100 health workers in Yambio down tools

By Baraka John At least 116 health workers running about eleven primary health care centers in Yambio County,Western Equatoria State staged a sit-down strike last weekdemandingfor better working conditions. Mary Lidia a mother of 25 years visited Tindoka PHCU with her 2 years old son, a health Centre but was...
News

DOCTORS-Health workers strike called off

By John Agok Both Covid-19 frontline healthcare workers and doctors’ union yesterday called off a nationwide strike on humanitarian ground. They, however, pledged to continue demanding their nine months unpaid incentives and restoration of justice from the government. Speaking to the press at PHOEC, the acting Director for Emergency Preventive...
News

St. Theresa Cathedral Ordinated Seminarian

By Emelda Siama John The all Saint Cathedral, SaintTheresa the main parish of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba ordinance a seminarian Fr. James Rombe as a Deaconate yesterday Sunday June 13, 2021. His Grace Dr. Stephen Ameyu Martin Mulla the Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese of Juba was the main celebrant...
News

UJOSS launched website first-ever in the country.

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Union of Journalists of South Sudan (UJOSS) has for the first time launched its website ever since being formed in 2004. Speaking to the media on Saturday during the launch which was supported by Trinity Energy Company, the Commissioner for Information Commission MoyigaNduru said that...
News

UJOSS launched website for first in the country

By Wek Atak Kacjang The Union of Journalists of South Sudan (UJOSS) has for the first time launched its website ever since the union was established in 2004. Speaking to the media on Saturday during the launching of the website supported by Trinity Energy Company, the Commissioner for Information Commission...
News

Fourteen killed, dozen wounded in Rumbek

By Mabor Riak Magok Atleast 14 people have been killed, and dozens wounded in an inter-communal clash between Gony and Thuyic in Rumbek East County of Lakes State. Speaking to Juba Monitor in an interview, the deputy governor of Lakes State Poth Madit Dut confirmed that the clashes took place...
1 2 3 473
Page 1 of 473
error: Content is protected !!