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Gov’t plans to repatriate documents, monuments from Khartoum’s archives

By Kidega Livingstone The government plans to return historical documents of South Sudanese and historical sites from archives in Sudan. “We in the national archive are making the arrangement to go and talk to government of Sudan so that we will have our own documents back to the country,” said...
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Lecturers excited over proposed salary increment

By Nema Juma Plans by the government to increase universities’ lecturers’ salaries have been highly welcome by lecturers in the country. The salaries increment for university lecturers has drawn excitement from dons. Those who spoke to Juba Monitor yesterday welcomed the move saying it will improve their living conditions. They...
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Morocco extends scholarship opportunities for South Sudan

By Martha David The government of Morocco has extended scholarship opportunities offered to South Sudanese students to pursue courses at the country’s higher institutions of learning. Morocco Ambassador to South Sudan and Sudan of Mohamed Abaeyneen said the scholarships fields will be determined by the students’ choices. He assured the...
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Dutch ambassador in Bor to assess floods

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The Kingdom of the Netherlands Ambassador to South Sudan Janet Alberda is in Bor town to assess the impact of floods on the local residents. In June, several homes in Bor town were submerged into water due to flood. Speaking to Juba Monitor on Monday Dr....
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Nationality, passport services reach Yei River State

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry   Residents of Yei River state have hailed the Directorate of Nationality, Passport and Immigration for extending the services to the area. Earlier, they complained of challenges in obtaining national identification cards and passport from Juba. Dr Franco, studying in Arua said the extension of the services...
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S. Sudanese students in Uganda told to focus on studies

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry South Sudanese students in Uganda were told to take advantage of the peaceful environment to concentrate on their studies. Pastor Steven Juma said getting involved in misbehaviour would not support their future. The cleric made the statement during the sixteenth handover ceremony for South Sudanese Students...
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Former Central Upper Nile officials plea for salaries

By Correspondent Former officials of the Central Upper Nile State have appealed to the National Government to urgently intervene in the stalemate regarding their salary arrears. In a press statement, they said, “We the former constitutional post holders are hereby requesting the national government to ask the state governor to...
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India increases capacity building courses for gov’t employees

By Kidega Livingstone The Government of India has increased capacity building training courses for South Sudan government employees. Among the courses offered include short and long courses in English language, computer, food processing, information and communication, public relation and many others. Speaking to Juba Monitor, India Ambassador SD Moorthy said...
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Film makers enhance skills enhancing training

By Elia Joseph Loful    Film makers in Juba have started a 12-day training aimed at enhancing their production skills. At least 10 film makers are attending the training workshop at the American Ambassador’s residence. Speaking to Juba Monitor in exclusive interview, Simon Bingo the Director of Juba Films Festival said...
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