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SPLM-IO to implement women affirmative Action

By Neema Juma The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO) has assured women that they have fully implemented women affirmative action not only at the level of appointment to government positions but also in the structure of the movement. Speaking during the opening of the 6th   SPLM-IO conference at...
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Two killed in Cueibet

By Mabor Riak Magok Authorities in Cueibet County, Lakes State said two people have been killed by unknown gunmen on Monday. Speaking to Juba Monitor, the Secretary General of Cueibet Town Zeckariah Mamer Thokgor said the two slain are from Duony Payam. Mamer said there was a high tension in...
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Eighty nine Health students started external examination

By Wek Atak Kacjang At least 89 students from Yambio Health Institute are attending their final examination in Yambio Western Equatoria State. This is the second batch to sit for the external Launching Examination in Yambio. According to the Institute officials, the exam will take one week, whereas the successful...
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Youth asked to be agents of change in communities

By Elia Joseph Loful The Director for Civil Affairs at United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), Hazel de Wet has told the youth from Lou Nuer and Murle to be agents of peace and change  in their communities. Speaking during a one day peace consultative meeting for the two...
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FAKE-no diplomatic row with Ethiopian-Gov’t

By Bullen Bala Alexander Juba and Addis Ababa yesterday dismissed reports emanating through some media outlets over diplomatic row with Ethiopia as baseless without foundation. Both Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ethiopia Embassy termed the reports “fake news” and affirmed that the South Sudanese ambassador in Addis Ababa had not...
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SPLM/A-IO 6th national conference kickoff today in Juba

By Wek Atak Kacjang The leadership of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM/A-IO) started its 6th National Conference from today to 5th December 2020, under the theme “Sustaining and Building peace through implementation of Revitalized Agreement for Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan” The conference is being attended by...
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Explosive war remnants killed 8 children

By Chany Ninrew Although South Sudan has cleared larger parts of the suspected minefields with the help of demining companies, UN Mine Action Service still reports that dangerous explosive remnants are still buried in many parts of the country, thus hindering movement, posing a threat to rural communities and frightening...
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Prof. Liyong encourages Journalists to be professionals

By John Agok Prof. Taban Loliyong has encouraged journalists to enthusiastically beef up their professions to ensure that they write lengthy stories that carry correct language. The writer made the remarks to the journalists during the South Sudan press Club meeting in Juba on Sunday. Speaking to journalists, Prof. Liyong...
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Community radio launched in Yei

By Hassan Arun Community radio 88.8 Access FM has been launched in Yei River County, Central Equatoria State during the weekend. Speaking during the launch, Daniel Friday Martin Executive Director of the Radio said the station is established as a tool to promote peaceful coexistence among the communities in the...
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