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Humanitarian affairs to improve service delivery

The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management is developing policies to improve service delivery, said Laurence Akola Sarafino, the Director General. The policies are being developed with funding from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Laurence Akola Sarafino said his ministry is reviewing and formulating a five year strategic plan...
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Transport problem in Juba

Transport is becoming one of the major problems citizens are facing in Juba these days. If you go to any bus station in the market, people are suffering in getting means of transport. If they see any bus coming from any direction, they run after it to find out where...
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Murle Community refutes allegation of child abduction

The Murle community of Pibor in Boma state has refuted allegations that they are the ones who have been abducting children from Lokoya and Lulubo areas of Jubek state East of the national capital Juba. The Murle have been accused of abducting children from Lirya, Lokiliri, and Lowoi payams of...
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Seven ambassadors called back home within sixty days

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has given sixty days' notice to ambassadors in Eritrea, Sudan, Uganda, Egypt, Germany, Britain, and India to report back to Juba. Speaking to Juba Monitor, Mawein Makol Ariik  the Ministry’s spokesperson admitted that the government called back its  diplomats, saying it is...
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Armed robbers loot Catholic Sisiters’institution

The Daughters of Mary Immaculate (DMI) compound in Gurei has been reduced to nothing after a group of armed robbers broke into the compound and robbed all assets worth millions USD on Thursday last week, Sr. Jeny Maila Country Director of Daughters of Mary Immaculate, a Catholic Institution in the...
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Women graduate in catering and handcrafts

At least 50 vulnerable women and girls have on Friday completed a three month course in Catering, Handcrafting work and Agriculture in Gudele in a bit to make them become economically self-reliance. The three months training was conducted by the Women Advancement Organization (WAO)-an indigenous organization that aims at capacity...
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Be united for the National Dialogue

Vice President Dr. James Wani Igga has urged South Sudanese to coexist in a united way by sticking to the conduct of the National Dialogue as the only opportunity. Speaking during a thanksgiving ceremony following his attainment of a PhD from Philippines in June, Dr. Igga appealed to citizens not...
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Twenty-two rebels killed in Wudu

Twenty two rebels have been killed, 16 AKM’s and one Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) were recovered after a rebel attack on SPLA positions in Wudu town in Greater Kajo-Keji. SPLA Acting Spokesperson Col. Santo Domic Chol told journalists that the rebels attacked their positions at around 5:00 AM. on Thursday...
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Chiefs condemns revenge killing

Western Lakes state suspected armed youth killed Maror Jongkuc in Akor village after conclusion of a 2-day peace conference under the auspice of Governor Matur Chut in Rumbek town. Speaking to Juba Monitor, the Executive Chief of Akok section of Rup community, Madol Mading Maguar said the killing occurred on...
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Activists urged to cooperate

Sebit Ernest, Executive Director of the Institute for Development of Civil Society Organization (IDCS) By David Mono Danga The Executive Director of the Institute for Development of Civil Society Organization (IDCS), Sebit Ernest said there is need for civil society organizations in the country to come together and work to...
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