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SCHOOLS to reopen soon

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The public institutions of learning across the country are set to resume soon particularly sometimes in July as the coronavirus positive cases come down gradually in the country, the new Health Ministry’s Undersecretary has said. While addressing the weekly briefing for the first time on Sunday,...
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Party loyalists should leave the army

By Sheila Ponnie The Minister of Defense and Veteran Affairs accompanied by the Chief of Defense Forces over the weekend visited one of the military training center in the country at Owinykibul, Magui County, Eastern Equatoria State.  Minister of Defense, Angelina Teny was at Owinykibul training center to inspect the...
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SSOA agreed to take up Jonglei State

By Wek Atak Kacjang South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA), the umbrella of opposition parties has agreed to nominate the governor for Jonglei State as agreed during the meeting between President Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar earlier this month. After President Kiir and Dr. Machar broke a deadlock on the States...
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Greater Jonglei, Pibor communities to meet today

By Bullen Bala Alexander The communities from greater Jonglei and Pibor are expected to meet the committee formed by the President Salva Kiir to investigate the ongoing inter-communal fighting to discuss root causes and ways of ending the conflict. Last week President Salva Kiir issued an order constituting a 13...
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Nineteen killed, 39 wounded fresh clashes in Lakes.

By Mabor Riak Magok At least 19 people have been killed and 39 others wounded in an inter-communal clashes in Rumbek East county of Lakes State. The clashes which caused lives of 19 people and 39 wounded was triggered by 130 cattle raided from Rup community on Friday evening at...
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SSPDF officer killed, eight others killed in cattle raiding.

By Mabor Riak Magok An SSPDF officer and 8 other people were killed Nyaruach cattle camp in the defunct Easter Lakes State by suspected armed Youth raiders assumed to be from defunct Western Lakes State. Speaking to Juba monitor in an interview, the defunct Eastern Lakes Secretary General, Barnaba Mayor...
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GOV’T Put strategic plans to curb disasters

By Bullen Bala Alexander The government has developed a strategic framework to respond to threats posed by the Triple Shock’s disasters in the country. These included COVID-19, Second Generation of Locust Invasion and the Floods which devastated the livelihood in South Sudan. This was done during an Extra-Ordinary meeting chaired...
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Churches call for National prayers against coronavirus

By Kidega Livingstone A Theologian and the Rector of Biblical Theological College, Pastor Noah L.Watts has called on  South Sudan Council of Churches to hold a nationwide fasting and prayer for three days to help in the fight against coronavirus pandemic. Speaking during the launch of his book entitle: “Global...
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Yumbe authorities question lifting of restrictions on boarder districts

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry Yumbe district tax force is discussing the opening of public and private transport in the district; this follows pronouncements by Pesident excluding Yumbe district among the boarder district still under lockdown yet Moyo, Arua, Adjumani and others are still under lockdown. Yumbe Residence district commissioner, Adama...
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Uganda warned Refugees on mob justice.

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry The Office of the Prime Minister, department of Refugees has warned refugees against involving themselves in an acts of Mob Justice in settlements. Solomon Osakan, Refugees Desk Officer made this remarks to Juba Monitor at Arua District refugee’s desk office. Osakan said there were challenges in...
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