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QUOTING – Prices in USD kills SSP

By Gilo Jr. Okwata and John Agok Two prominent economists and three civil society activists yesterday revealed that the absence of regional inter-banking system and the high demand for US dollars has kept the basic commodities prices sky-rocketing in the local market. In separate interviews with Juba Monitor, they all...
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Health Ministry raises alarm over rising COVID-19 cases

By Chany Ninrew The Ministry of Health has raised concerns about an increasing number of coronavirus infections in the country and warned the citizens of a catastrophic consequences should they fail to adhere to preventive measures. In the weekly press briefing conducted by health experts at John Garang Center for...
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SPLM-IO denies threatening Olony

By Wek Atak Kacjang Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO) has denied threatening Johnson Olony Thabo, their own gubernatorial nominee for Upper Nile State of replacing him if he doesn’t report to Juba immediately. According to a statement circulating through some media outlets, the First Vice President and leader...
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Governor orders removal of illegal checkpoints

By Bullen Bala Alexander The Western Equatoria State Governor Alfred Futuyo Karaba has ordered removal of all unlawful checkpoints in the state. According to the order issued by the governor last week, order number 1, 2021, Article 99 (A) one (1) of Constitution of Western Equatoria State 2011 amended in...
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Vocal Talent search scores season two

By Elia Joseph Loful Vocal Talent search and Miss Junub Sudan program has scored the move of conducting season II for 2020-2021, the institution said in a press release obtained by Juba Monitor yesterday. The group M/S Inventive are pioneers who successfully organized the “Talent Search” program for South Sudanese...
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BANK-To release USD 3M to rescue power shut

By Chany Ninrew The governor of the Central Bank of South Sudan has revealed that the government has agreed to give JEDCO 3 million US dollars every month so that they continue to provide power. Earlier this month, JEDCO which supplies electricity to Juba threatened to shut down power supply...
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Gov’t clears unpaid UN dues

By Okan Thomas Onyango The government said it has cleared the unpaid dues demanded by the United Nations General Assembly this week. This came after the country lost her right to vote in the UN General Assembly due to unpaid dues, as reported by AFP. Speaking to Juba Monitor, Deng...
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Twenty two midwives trained on maternal mortality rate

By Wek Atak Kacjang Twenty two midwives have been trained on maternal mortality rate on Friday by Chinese medical team in Juba. The one-day training was aimed at strengthening doctors’ capacity of midwifery to deliver high quality maternal and newborn services to the health care sector in the country. Speaking...
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Narrative on the Dahabshiil story

By Staff Reporter On the 19th January this Year, a journalist from Juba Monitor walked into Dahabshiil Exchange Co. Ltd office at around 12:00 noon. He met with a Somalian National named Ibrahim the receptionist who directed the journalist to talk to the senior teller who detailed the information off-record....
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Suspected raiders wounded 15-year-old boy

By Kabaka Quintous Leone Suspected cattle raiders shot and wounded a 15 year old boy in Loriok Payam Budi County Eastern Equatoria State, Mr. King David Lomana Executive Director of Loriok Payam said. Director David told Juba Monitor that a group of armed men found 4 boys fishing in a...
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