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CAN EDITORS TAKE UP THEIR ROLE

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Whoever coined the adage of “learning is a continuous process” was very right. No one is above this as we came to learn and understand during the two days’ workshop for editors and station managers of media houses in the country which ended yesterday in...
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CIRILO, Welcomes Kiir-Machar invitation

By Mandela Nelson Denis National Salvation Front (NAS) leader General Thomas Cirilo has welcomed last week’s call on him to join the peace process by President Salva Kiir and Opposition Chief Dr. Riek Machar. On the same vain, Cirilo lauded the landmark meeting between President Kiir and Machar. Last week,...
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NO PLAN, For Kiir, Machar meeting in Ethiopia

By Peter James Loruba President Salva Kiir Mayardit will not meet the opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar in Addis Ababa-Ethiopia next week. Yesterday, Presidential Spokesperson Ateny Wek Ateny said, “No, they won’t meet because President Salva Kiir is travelling to Addis Ababa on Wednesday the 1st August for working visit...
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Cash to support girls’ education

By Kitab A Unango The Ministry of General Education and Instructions has announced cash payment to more than 295, 000 school girls across the country. They will start this week with each eligible girl from primary five to senior four receiving 4, 100 South Sudanese Pounds. This is the second...
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National Anthem not for President alone, Ateny clarifies

By Peter James Loruba Presidential Spokesperson Ateny Wek Ateny has clarified on the confusion that emerged after Government Spokesman Michael Makuei Lueth controversially said the National Anthem should only be sung in the presence of the President. After last Friday’s Cabinet meeting, Makuei said the National Anthem should only be...
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WFP launches biometric registration in Ayod County

By Wek Atak Kacjang The World Food Program has launched a biometric registration in Kadolok Payam of Ayod County in Fangak State. On Tuesday, WFP acting Country Director Simon Cammelbeeck said the registration is part of renovation in South Sudan, which started last year. Cammelbeeck said every beneficiary and every...
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Farmers in Northern Upper Nile seek market

By Amani Peter Farmers from Renk of Northern Upper Nile are seeking for ways of marketing their produce in Juba. For a long time they have been cut off by poor road network and long distance from the capital Juba, On Tuesday, representatives of the farmers meet Ayii Duang Ayii,...
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South Sudan good for business, says Tri-Star CEO

By Peter James Loruba Visiting Tri-Star CEO Eugene Mayne has hailed South Sudan as a good and conducive place for business. Tri-Star made their entry into South Sudan in 2007 establishing themselves as one of the biggest companies in the country carrying out various business ventures from logistics, aviation, petroleum,...
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Over 25,000 IDPs in Bentiu receive food

By Wek Atak Kacjang At least 25,000 people living in rebel controlled areas of Ganyel in Panyijier County of former Unity State have received food items. On Tuesday the food items were delivered by World Food Program (WFP) through its United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS). Acting WFP Country Director...
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