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Miscarriage on rise in Magwi

By Komakech Thomas Omakoyat The Malaria outbreak in Magwi County has led to the rise of miscarriages among pregnant women, the Clinical Officer at Diocese of Torit (DoT) Health Care Centre has reported. The Catholic Health Unit has become the only reliable health service provider in Magwi County after the...
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Roundtable discussion on how to achieve everlasting peace

By Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala South Sudanese civil society organizations based in Kampala organized a one day roundtable discussion initiated by International Young for Africa and supported by other actors in peace building efforts, discussed number of issues regarding how to achieve everlasting peace in South Sudan. The meeting...
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Embassy of Israel, President’s Office donate food items

By Kidega Livingstone The Embassy of Israel in collaboration with the Office of the President has donated food items worth millions of South Sudanese Pounds to support the hungry and vulnerable community of Block 4 in Lemon Gaba, Gurei residential area. The food items that comprises of maize flour, rice,...
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Twenty students to study and work in Israel

By Kidega Livingstone At least 20 students selected from various Public Universities countrywide are ready to go to Israel to study agriculture while working in different agricultural sectors in Israel. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, the Ambassador of Israel to South Sudan, Hanan Goder said that selected students will travel...
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Flood halt businesses in Elegu-Nimule

By Mandela Nelson Denis The heavy down pour on Tuesday disorganized businesses at Elegu border, two and a half kilometers from Nimule where many South Sudanese cross to buy food commodities. Mathew Tako, a resident of Nimule told Juba Monitor on phone that the heavy rain caused a lot of...
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Citizens told to live in peace

By Opio Jackson If we wish the faithful departed to rest in peace, and then we should also wish ourselves to live in peace, Alfred Towongo Nicholas National Peace Centre Coordinator said. Mr. Nicholas said after Jesus Christ had risen from the death his first message to the world was...
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Crack down of unregistered Pharmacies and clinics begin

By Mabor Riak Magok The Food and Drugs Control Authority of the Ministry of Health yesterday started to shut down pharmacies and clinics that have been operating in Juba for more than a year without valid licenses. In an Interview with Juba Monitor, the Director General of Food and Drugs...
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Parliament postpones sitting over broken photocopier

By Rose Keji Benjamin The third reading of National Budget slated for yesterday was postponed for today due to breakdown of the photocopying machine in the Parliament. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, the Chairperson for the Committee of Information and Communication, Paul Yoane Bonju said that the copies of the...
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Chief’s Death should reconcile S. Sudanese- President Kiir

By Mandela Nelson Denis The death of Denis Daramolo Fundi the former Chief of Jubek state C. Court should reconcile the people of South Sudan, President Salva Kiir Mayardit said yesterday while mourning the deceased at St. Theresa’s Cathedral, Kator Parish. The prayer was witnessed by heavy rains which the...
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