One week ultimatum to elect EALA members

The East African Court of Justice has given the government of South Sudan one week to allow its national parliament to carry out fresh election for the members to the East African Legislative Assembly. The decision followed an agreement that was reached between the Secretary General of the East African...

Promoting peace and reconciliation through gymnastics

Civil Affairs Division (CAD) of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) have brought together a group of talented school girls from the region through a gymnastics club. The club aims to promote love, peace and unity in diversity by allowing the children, who come from different ethnic groups,...

Eastern Lakes to improve local revenue collection

An official from Eastern Lakes state said his government is prioritizing local revenue collection as a means of improving and increasing state finances to cater for developmental activities. In an exclusive interview with Juba Monitor Bech George Jongwiir Anyak, the state minister of Finance and Public Services said his government...

Dialogue committee should include cultures -Governor

The governor of Fangak state has called on the National Dialogue steering committee to include the country’s cultural heritage in the agenda to Protect and Promote Diversity of the South Sudanese. The official made his remarks while addressing South Sudan community members on how to return peace to the country...

Youth train on basic communication skills

A local Non-Governmental organization known as Organizing People for Prosperity (OPP) is conducting a two-day training on communication, social media and storytelling. Speaking to journalists yesterday, the Executive Director of the OPP, Mr. Martin Kwori said the aim of the training was to equip young people with basic communication skills...

Miss World to support menstrual hygiene

The former Miss World of South Sudan, Ajah Kiir Monychol  said, she is set to hold a Run way for sanitary pads- a fashion show dedicated to raise sanitary pads, soap and pants for women and as well young girls in a bit to promote menstrual hygiene especially among those...

Politicking should be out of peace implementation -Activists

Civil society activists demand the Transitional Government of National Unity to stop “politicking” and commit itself to the implementation of the peace agreement saying “integrate politics” should not be used as a cover for the slow implementation of the agreement. Speaking to Juba Monitor on Wednesday, Jame Kolok the Director...

Lifeline training to improve community livelihood

The ongoing BBC media action lifeline communication training is to ensure accuracy, timely and practical information for crisis affected people in the country, official has said. The training is targeting the regions of Equatoria, Bhar el Ghazal and Upper Nile with the aim of disseminating information to crisis affected communities...

Fish bring new hope to conflict-affected citizens

Morning trading is underway at the recently built fish market at the banks of the White Nile in the town of Bor and business is picking up.  Women sellers stand in a corrugated-iron roofed area behind neatly stacked piles of tilapia and Nile perch lined up on white-tiled concrete benches....

SPLA threatens to expand defensive lines

The Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) would be forced to expand its defensive positions if the rebels continue to wage offensive actions against the army, the Acting Spokesperson of the army has warned. Col. Santo Domic Chol said on Wednesday during the usual country’s general security report that the national...
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