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Over 200 vulnerable groups receive food assistance

By Mabor Riak Magok At least 206 vulnerable groups received food assistance in Rumbek Lakes State on Monday. The 155 bags of cereal of food were donated by World Food Program (WFP) and it was being implemented by plan International Organization. In an interview with Juba Monitor, the Minister of...
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Officials accused of stealing food for flood victims

By Deng Ghai Deng Civil society activists and some residents in the Jonglei state capital, Bor are accusing state officials of stealing food items that were donated by President Salva Kiir to flood victims. David Garang Goch, chairperson of the Jonglei State Civil Society Network said he spotted some of...
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Court in Juba close hotels over assets tussle

By John Agok The Court yesterday ordered the closure of Amarat Classic Hotel, Hai Mauna Classic hotel and one roofed sheet premise in Juba over asset disputes between two shareholders. Assets ownership was a problem between the two shareholders which dragged them to court and the case had been pending...
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STUDENTS-Gov’t secures 105 certificates from Zimbabwe

By James Atem Kuir The government has finally secured the release of 105 academic certificates for South Sudanese students who studied in Zimbabwe. The government of Zimbabwe has been withholding academic certificates for more than 100 South Sudanese students who studied and graduated thereon government scholarship over unpaid arrears amounting...
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Defection against defection within political parties

By Wek Atak Kacjang Defection among political parties to the other parties still continues within political camps in the country. Yesterday,about twelve (12) members led by Major General Makuach Lual from South Sudan United Front/Army of General Paul Malong Awan party defected and joined the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM)....
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Governor pays SSP 30M as blood compensation

By Mabor Riak Magok The Governor of Lakes State Makur Kulang Liei has paid SSP 30, 300,000 as blood compensation to the families of three people who were killed innocently in 2014 at Pacong Payam of Rumbek East County byunknown gunmen. The event was witnessed by Warrap deputy governor Ayen...
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Governor increases teachers’ salaries

By Baraka John  As schools officially re-opened on Monday, the Governor of Western Equatoria State Alfred Futiyo Karaba announced the increment of government teachers’ salaries in the State. Governor Futiyo instructed the State Minister of Education to immediately implement the order of increasing the teachers’ salaries without following grading protocols....
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JEDCO responds to Kiir Chol’s court case

By Bullen Bala Alexander The defense lawyer of Juba Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd (JEDCO) has submitted their legal defense to high court for Kiir Chol Deng Acuil claims. Last month, Kiir Chol Deng Acuil of Kiirdit and Company Advocates filed a case against Juba Electricity Distribution Company (JEDCO) due to...
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South Sudan secures treasurer’s seat in ANOCA Zone Five

By John Agok      The South Sudan National Olympic Committee secured the position of treasurer in the executive body of Association of National Olympic Committee in Africa (ANOCA) Zone Five. South Sudan has won the position from Tanzania as its rival and Dr. Tong Chor Malek becomes the winner against...
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