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Freedom of Media and Expression is Fundamental Human Right

By: Khamis Cosmas Lokudu On Wednesday 4th – December 2019, Key speakers shared their thoughts during public debate on freedom of Media and expression planned by Association of Media Development in South Sudan. Last month female journalists and Journalism students at the University of Juba were trained to keep reporting...
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SUPERIOR, President’s Office above Sentry report

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Office of the President is too superior and high to be drawn into trivial issues of responding to Sentry reports which should be the prerogative of other Ministries. Rajab Muhandis, the Executive Director of the Organization for Responsive Governance (ORG) told the press yesterday that, such...
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RJMEC calls for quick resolution on number of states

By: Kitab A Unango The Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (RJMEC) has called on parties to urgently resolve controversial number of states and their boundaries before the end of the extended Pre-Transitional Period of the Revitalized Peace Agreement.The number of states and their boundaries is one of the contentious...
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Gov’t urged to avail funds to AIDS Commission

By: Elia Joseph Loful As South Sudan marks the commemoration for World AIDS Day, the Chairperson of South Sudan HIV/AIDS Commission Dr. Esterina Novello Nyilok has called on the government to allocate more funds to the commission. Speaking at the event yesterday to commemorate World AIDS Day in Juba, Dr....
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Civil coalition calls for freedom of assembly, association

By: Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Joint civil society organizations, a coalition of five members’ group have called on the political parties and the leadership of the country to prioritize freedom of assembly, association and expression among themselves and its citizens. The group said that restriction on such freedoms was still disturbing...
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EALA calls for emergency fund for flood victims

By: Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala. The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) has urged the East African Community Council of Ministers to urgently establish an emergency response fund to assist victims of floods and other environmental disasters. The motion was moved by Kim Gai Ruot, a member of parliament representing...
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Over 60 Health workers graduates in Juba

By: Tombura James At least 62 the students have graduated from Juba School of Nursing and Midwifery. There were 43 nurses and 19 midwives who graduated yesterday.   Susan Poni, Deputy Director for Nursing and Midwifery said the number of midwives serving in the country have increased compared to the...
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Number of female Journalists decreases over challenges

By: Nema Juma The number of female journalists in the country is reducing over numerous challenges according to the chairperson of the female journalists.  Irene Ayaa revealed that the challenges in the field of journalism have caused huge reduction of the female practitioners from 60 to 45. Speaking during a...
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Pakam Community condemns Western Lakes State attack

By: Wek Atak Kacjang Pakam Community Association in Juba has strongly condemned the recent intra-communal violence that led to the loss of 70 innocent lives. Addressing the media yesterday, Deputy Secretary General of Pakam Community Association, William Deng Chol said the unprecedented senseless fighting that has shaken the legacy of...
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EAC 20th micro and small enterprises trade fair set for Rwanda

Press Release The 20th Edition of the annual East African Community Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSES) Trade Fair, formerly known as JuaKali Nguvu Kazi Exhibition is set for 13th to 22nd December, 2019 at Gikondo Expo Grounds in Kigali, Rwanda. The 20th Edition Trade Fair themed; EAC@20: Building EAC...
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