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Relief Line Africa to build a school at Rock City

By Kidega Livingstone Relief-Line Organization will build Rock City Nursery and Primary School that has been established by Daughters of Mary Immaculate (DIM). The project aims at building three permanent classrooms for both nursery and primary sections, but the school will be under supervision of DMI in collaboration with Relief-Line...
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Council of States nominate new Deputy Speaker

By Morris Dogga The Council of States yesterday unanimously appointed Arthur Akuien Chol as the new deputy Speaker of the house. Mr. Akuein was the first Minister of Finance and Economic Planning when the semi-autonomous Government of Southern Sudan was formed in October 2015, following the singing of the Sudan’s...
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Republican People’s Party rejects elections

By Opio Jackson The Chairman of Republican People’s Party (RPP) strongly rejected government’s plan to conduct elections next year citing “wide spread insecurity” in the country. Earlier the Council of Ministers resolved to conduct elections at the end of the transitional period if the IGAD led revitalization forum does not...
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Makerere investigates 13,000 ‘fake degrees’

By Daily Monitor/BBC One of the Uganda's top universities has launched an investigation into allegations that fake degrees were awarded to students. The BBC reported yesterday that of the12, 000 graduates from Makerere University, at least 600 did not meet minimum requirements, officials said. All 600 students under scrutiny graduated...
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Citizens are traumatized by the conflict -Bishop Isaiah

By Moses Gum Degur The General Overseer of the Sudan and South Sudan Pentecostal Church, Bishop Dr. Isaiah Majok Dau, said the people of South Sudan are traumatized by the on-going conflict in their country. Bishop Dau said South Sudanese people are distressed by what he described as “the hopeless...
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DMI changed our lives -Famers

By Kidega Livingstone It was last week when I traveled   to Nyarjua Ma-Mere Boma in Luri Payam, Luri County to witness the activities of Daughters of Mary Immaculate (DMI) assisting the vulnerable communities in the area. Before reaching the place we met many women bringing okra, Sukuma wiki, Dodo and...
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Activists demand reinstatement of dismissed judges

By Sasuk Taban A civil society activist appealed to the President to reinstate the judges dismissed in July for allegedly spearheading the judges’ strike. In July, President Salva Kiir sacked 12 of the striking judges, including the then Chairperson of the Justices and Judges Committee. However, a new committee was...
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Council of States nominate new Deputy Speaker

By Morris Dogga The Council of States yesterday unanimously appointed Arthur Akuien Chol as the new deputy Speaker of the house. Mr. Akuein was the first Minister of Finance and Economic Planning when the semi-autonomous Government of Southern Sudan was formed in October 2015, following the singing of the Sudan’s...
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Imotong state pledges tractor to youth in Torit

By Thomas Lodovico Oryem     The government of Imotong state pledged to give one tractor to a youth group activist in order to fight hunger and poverty in the state. Jacob Atari the Minister of Information and who is also the acting Minister of Agriculture made the announcement on Tuesday....
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Drama for peace held in Rumbek

By Mabor Riak Magok Oneday drama event on the impact of inter-communal conflicts on women and children was concluded in Rumbek last week. The drama on the impact of inter-communal conflict on women and children brought pupils from two schools Ngath Secondary School and ECSS Primary school to present effects...
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