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DISOWNED Carry your own cross

By: Wek Atak Kacjang The Kenyan community in South Sudan has disowned Margaret Millicent, a clumsy swindler who is currently on the run and wanted by the Juba Town Northern Division Police. Kenyan Ambassador to South Sudan Chris Mburu said the case should be treated on its own as a...
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South Sudanese told to embrace unity

By: Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala. South Sudanese community in Ugandan Capital Kampala was told to embrace unity as it is a leeway to peaceful coexistence. This comes after millions of South Sudanese gathered together in Ugandan capital Kampala to celebrate musical concert under the theme “Together for Peace”, an...
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MP condemns grenade attack in Wau

By:  Kitab A Unango A Member of Parliament representing Wau at the Transitional National Legislative Assembly has condemned last week grenade attack which killed two and injured 22 others. On Friday evening, a soldier belonging to Division Five threw grenade on people at tea place in Eastern Bank Market in...
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We need drug laboratory in the country:Dr Antipas

By: Mandela Nelson Denis There is great need for a drug testing laboratory in the country in order to ensure safe lives of people from consuming fake medicine said Dr Antipas John. South Sudan depends on imported medicine from other countries to treat the people but still lacks a drug...
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Two communities in Torit State reconcile

By: Elia Joseph Loful  Two communities, Leteji of Tennet community and Mura-Lopit village have agreed to reconcile after two years of tension over cattle which were stolen by both sides. Speaking to Juba Monitor on Sunday, a member of parliament at the national level representing constituency number 5 former Eastern...
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Juba residents appeal for end to criminality

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Residents of Juba city are calling on the government to look into the issue of gangsters and organized criminals who normally rob people at night across the Juba City. The groups commonly known as “Toronto” or “niggers” move in residential areas armed with machetes and sometimes...
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Two killed by ‘unknown’ gunmen in Juba

By: Bullen Bala Alexander At least two people have been killed and one injured by so-called unknown gunmen in Juba despite the recent summon by parliament to the Ministers in charge of security. Last week, a lecturer at the University of Juba was gunned down near Gudele 2 police station...
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COURT to rule on number of States

By Kitab A Unango The failure of parties to the Revitalized Peace Agreement to agree on the number of states and their boundaries has prompted the mediator to suggest court ruling as alternative to settling the matter. David Mabuza, Deputy President of South Africa, entrusted to mediate talks over the...
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Forces blamed for occupying civilians property

By Sheila Ponnie The Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangement Monitoring and Verification Mechanism (CTSAMVM) has blamed the government forces and the SPLM-IO for continued occupation of civilians’ building. This came during the 18th technical committee meeting of the CTSAMVM held yesterday in Juba. Major Gen. Teshome Gemechu Adere, the new...
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Expert reacts on the IMF Report

By: Mandela Nelson Denis Dr. Abraham Maliet Mamer, the South Sudan Investment Authority secretary general said he support the report released by the International Monetary funds on the growth of the country. Earlier report circulating on the media rated South Sudan amongst the top twenty growing African countries. When contacted...
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