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Zimbabwe, South Sudan in oil deal

Zimbabwe and South Sudan are negotiating oil and other bilateral trade agreements as they deepen their political relations that started with support for the liberation movements in the youngest African country that was born in 2011, a top official confirmed. South Sudan director for International Organisations, Ambassador John Andruga Duku,...

Street beggars call for help

Beggars in Juba are calling for government to intervene and support them economically since they have been driven out of their homes by hunger and the high prices of goods in the market. A 53 year old man, Alfonse Deri said he has been living on the streets of Juba...

Passengers told to wait for escort

The National Police Service is urging passengers of Nimule-Juba road to wait for security forces to accompany them to their destinations. This comes after reports of insecurity along Juba-Nimule road to the office of the National Police Service about the killing of another renowned musician Emma 47 on the road...

Catholic University introduces more faculties

The Catholic University of South Sudan has introduced more faculties and diploma programs with a vision to become a world class university in the heart of Africa that is dedicated to academic excellence, Fr. Mathew Pagan, the Vice Chancellor has said. In an exclusive interview with Juba Monitor yesterday, Fr....

DC party pledges support for TGoNU

The Democratic Change Party has pledged to work closely with the Transitional Government of National Unity and support the process of the implementation of the peace through national dialogue. Yeka Peter Hillary, the Acting Secretary General for DC party said first and foremost, it is well known that the party...

FBI Legal Attaché Visits South Sudan

Following the attack by SPLA forces on the Terrain Hotel Compound on July 11, 2016, which included an assault on U.S. citizens, the U.S. government asked the government of the Republic of South Sudan to permit the FBI to assist in the investigation and the prosecution.  The Minister of Justice...

Jonglei warns of looming hunger

Jonglei State Minister of Information has warned of a looming hunger in the state as Juba-Bor road continue to face severe insecurity. Jacob Akech Dengdit said the humanitarian situation in Bor, Twic and Duk is getting worse as continuous insecurity along Juba-Bor road has led to a temporary closure of...

Safety and freedom needed during National Dialogue

Citizens are urging the government to ensure safety and freedom of expression during the National Dialogue sessions. A resident of Juba Nabari, Stephen Ismail said there should be protection and freedom of expression for all so that they can be able to interact freely and speak out their grievances amicably....

Gov’t to ratify Paris Climate Change Agreement

South Sudan will ratify the Paris Climate Change agreement, and pass other legislations in order to protect the environment, the Minister of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism said on Monday. “The government will ensure that all necessary laws are in place to protect our environment including the ratification of international conventions...
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