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Four people killed, one wounded in Patiou attack

By Staff writer   At least four people have been killed and one person wounded in Patiou village of Pakeer payam in Twic East County, Jonglei State after deadly attack on civilians’ cattle camp was reported on Tuesday afternoon.     Nyuop Peter Chief Administrator of Pakeer payam said it was...
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AT LAST Eight governors, three administrators appointed

By Nema Juma President Salva Kiir Mayardit has appointed eight governors and three Administrative Areas. Two States-Upper Nile and Jonglei are still vacant pending the appointment for further presidency consultations. The appointment comes two weeks after President Salva Kiir and first vice president Dr. Riek Machar agreed on the nomination...
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Coronavirus goes beyond 2,000 cases

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The South Sudan Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases has surpassed the 2,000 after 17 new cases were announced on Monday evening by the Public Health Laboratory. South Sudan cases now stand at 2,006 cases with 37 fatalities and 261 recoveries countrywide since the outbreak was first reported in...
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VP Nyandeng decries violence against women

By Kitab A Unango Vice President for Gender cluster, Rebecca Garang de Mabior has denounced the perpetuated violence against women and girls in the country.  Rebecca said half of the women and girls have experienced some forms of Gender Based Violence such as rape and child marriage. “Half of the...
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Women discontented on governors’ appointment

By Nema Juma Women group activist are dissatisfied with the SPLM party for failing to nominate a female to be appointed as State governor. According to the agreement chapter 1 Article 1.4.4 talks about the provision of the Transition constitution of the Republic of South Sudan and R-ARCSS on the...
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UNHCR welcomes Japan’s commitment to vulnerable people

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The UN Refugee Agency has welcomed the contribution of 1 million USD from the people and government of Japan to protect and assist displaced persons across the country. Since the outbreak of the conflict in 2016, Japan has donated nearly $17 million to support vital assistance...
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Youth in Uganda welcomed governors’ appointment

By Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala. In the spirit of peace and absolute realization of service delivery to the people in the States, the appointment of States governors signified moving forward to the completion of revitalized peace agreement implementation by Parties. The South Sudanese Youth from difference political networks in...
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PRICES of basics hike amid Covid-19 surge

By Martha David The prices of basic commodities are on the rise due to the surge of coronavirus pandemic and the dollar rate increase in the local markets. A vendor at Konyokonyo Market, who asked not to be mentioned, said life was a bit fair before the outbreak of the...
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Gov’t starts disarmament in Bahr El Ghazal

By Kitab A Unango The government has started a comprehensive disarmament of civil population in Tonj County, Warrap State in Bahr El Ghazal region yesterday. Maj. Gen. Daniel Justin, the South Sudan Police spokesperson said the activity targets areas where there have been recurring cattle raids and inter-communal fights. “We...
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Food items, money donated to Divine Mercy Orphanage center

By Nema Juma Hotels and Catering Association has for the first time donated food items and money to the Divine Mercy Action for orphanage Center in Kabo at Kapuri to help the orphans amid coronavirus pandemic challenges. Divine Mercy Action Orphanage Center currently is accommodating seventy six orphans, mainly those...
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