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Boda-Boda operators remain adamant on orders

By Bullen Bala Alexander The boda-boda riders in Juba say they would not stop operating unless the government provide food and money to its citizen in the country. On Saturday the government passed an order banning Boda-Boda riders across the country from carrying passengers except cargo for a period of...
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Gov’t urged to help students outside the country quickly

By Nema Juma The Executive Director of Community Empowerment for Progress organization, (CEPO) has called on the coronavirus taskforce to speed up the facilitation of funding the students in Coronavirus affected countries. Edmund Yakani said the students studying in different countries such as India, Ethiopia have been complaining of dire...
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U.S. embassy defends decision to evacuate citizens

By Opio Jackson The United States embassy in Juba has defended last Saturday’s decision to evacuate its citizens from Juba. Jonathan Janan Cedra U.S. Embassy Spokesperson said while there is currently no confirmed case of covid-19 in South Sudan, “the United States Department of State has issued worldwide health advisory...
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ORDER gov’t closes shops selling non-food items

By Bullen Bala Alexander The government has issued a new order shutting down all shops selling non-food items and luxurious goods with immediate effect due to the coronavirus. The order issued on Saturday by the High Level Taskforce on Coronavirus (COVID-19) only permits shops selling food items and other essential...
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Boda-Boda banned from carrying passengers

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon All the business motorbikes known as Boda-Boda have been strictly barred from carrying passengers for a period of a month in a fight to contain the possible spread of the coronavirus, the government has ordered. In a related development, the High Level Taskforce on Coronavirus also...
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Miss and Mister Universities donate masks, sanitizers to street kids

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Mister and Miss Universities of South Sudan have donated coronavirus prevention kits to the homeless children in Juba yesterday. The distributed preventive kits include face masks, sanitizers and hand washing soaps for the disadvantaged children. Speaking during the distribution ceremony on Sunday at Medan Zahara in...
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Locals in Otogo decry living conditions

By Opio Jackson The residents of Otogo payam in Yei River County have deplored the living conditions in the area. Alex Keny Lokosa, Paramount Chief of Otogo payam said since the beginning of December 2019 there has been multiple cases of human rights violations in the area by men in...
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Other Political Parties not qualified for governorship slot

By Elia Joseph Loful In a meeting of the political parties to the agreement held on Friday, Other Political Parties (OPP) reportedly demanded for gubernatorial position. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, Edmund Yakani Executive Director for Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) said the demand by the OPP was a...
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CURFEW imposed at night

By Bullen Bala Alexander The government has imposed a curfew on the movement of residents from 8:00 pm till 6:00 am in the morning. In the same move, the government also reduced the working hours to five starting from 7:00am to 1:00 pm for 30 days. The move was announced...
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