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“Great South Sudan Run” signs food commodities procurement contract

By Mandela Nelson Denis The popular Great South Sudan Run, whose aim is to help fight famine and hunger, has signed an Agreement contract with Ramciel Multipurpose Society. The signing of the Agreement comes after a 4 person committee selected from the Run and the Ministry of Humanitarian and Disaster...
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Nilepet Managing Director sacked

By Opio Jackson The Managing Diretocr of the State owned Nilepet, James Thelweng Mathiang Rok has been sacked. On Wednesday President Salva Kiir sacked the head of the National Oil Company and replaced him with Chol Deng Thon Abel. Reacting to the changes in an interview with Juba Monitor,the Executive...
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Media houses given two weeks to register

By Sasuk Taban The Media Authority has issued a fourteen day notice to all media houses in the country to register before September 21st 2017, to avoid fines and deregistration according to the Media Authority Act 2013. In a public notice sent to media houses, the Media Authority said broadcasting,...
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Humanitarian aid reaches desperate IDPs in Bangasu

UNMISS Hundreds of people sheltering from violence at Bangasu camp in the Western Equatorian region of South Sudan have received humanitarian relief for the first time since they fled their homes in June. An UNMISS peacekeeping patrol has provided safe passage for the delivery of aid by humanitarian agencies to...
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Chamber of commerce launches general cleaning of airport

By Rose Keji Benjamin The South Sudan Chamber of Commerce yesterday launched a campaign to clean Juba International Airport for six months. During the launch, the Chairperson of Chamber of Commerce Ladu Lokak said there is need to maintain the airport clean because it reflects the image of South Sudan....
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Cleric urges students to be peace lovers

By Moses Gum Degur The Vice Chancellor of Catholic University of South Sudan has urged students of the university to be peace loving people in order to develop and promote the country. Dr. Fr. Mathew Pagan, the Vice Chancellor of the Catholic University and a clergy in the Catholic Church...
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Six dead in police against armed youth shootout

By Mabor Riak Magok At least six people, including three police officers were killed in a shootout between police and armed youth in Cuei-adukan area of Western Lakes State on Monday according to authorities in the State. Five other people were also wounded in the incident, a police officer in...
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AMDISS conducts Peace Journalsim training

By Mandela Nelson Denis The Association for Media Development In South Sudan (AMDISS) with support from Norwegian People’s Aid has started a three day training to equip Radio Managers on Peace Journalism. Hanna Mollan, the Country Director of Norwegian People’s Aid’s said she is supporting the media in South Sudan...
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Kapoeta East Financial Management Systems Improving

By Rosemary Chacha and Geofrey Otim Before LOGOSEED started doing capacity building in the counties two years ago, financial management systems were not well organised and reporting was not done regularly. According to the acting Executive Director, Richard Mele Moses, the training county officers have received has changed this situation....
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Miscarriage on rise in Magwi

By Komakech Thomas Omakoyat The Malaria outbreak in Magwi County has led to the rise of miscarriages among pregnant women, the Clinical Officer at Diocese of Torit (DoT) Health Care Centre has reported. The Catholic Health Unit has become the only reliable health service provider in Magwi County after the...
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