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Parliament urged to enact law for student welfare

By John Agok The South Sudan General Student Union aspirant for presidency yesterday called on the parliament to enact laws that will expedite students Welfare. Zahra Rizik Zechariah told the press conference organized by students of various public universities at Millennium Hotel in Juba, where she echoedher manifesto, the particular...
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Gov’t urged to avail resources for peace implementation

By Okan Thomas Onyango The Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (RJMEC)hasurged the Revitalized Transition Government of National Unity (R-TGoNU) to avail the necessary resources for the implementation of the peace agreement. This came during the 16thmeeting of the Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission’s monthly meeting in Juba yesterday....
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Five dead, two wounded in Lakes State

By Mabor Riak Magok Five people were killed and two others wounded following inter-communal fighting in Lakes state on Monday. Speaking to Juba Monitor, the deputy police Commissioner brigadier General Makur Dak said two soldiers from military units were killed while attempting to prevent inter-communal fighting between armed Youth from...
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DON BOSCO Technical Trainees Graduated

The Don Bosco Vocational Training Centre (VTC) at Gumbo held its graduation ceremony on 30th January 2021. More than 200 students were awarded diplomas in the field of General Electricity, Auto Vehicle Mechanic, Welding, Carpentry, Plumbing, Masonry, Computer and Secretarial trainings. The diploma awardees are from the batch of 2018....
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Transformation of the police force is possible

General Majak Akec Malok is a man on a journey and duty to transform South Sudan National Police Service (SSNPS). His mission since appointment has been to see a discipline and friendly force that could serve the country with dedication and love. He is on the journey to achieve. Juba...
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Authorities in Bor ban sale of street sand

By Deng Ghai Deng Authorities of Bor Municipal Council have banned the sale and collection of sand on the main streets of the town citing road damage. In a local order dated 1st January 2021 seen by Juba Monitor, the acting Bor town’s Mayor Paul Monykuer Dut said collecting the...
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COVID -19 and climate change marred humanitarian operations

By John Agok The Undersecretary in the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Mismanagement Gatwech Peter Kulang, deplored the slow response of National Platform on Disaster and Risks Reduction (NPDRR) on the pandemic and climate challenges The purpose of the meeting was to streamline together 2021 key activities, programs and...
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Baby killed, two children abducted in Bor

By Deng Gai Deng Authorities in Jonglei state said an eight-month-old baby girl was killed and 2 brothers abducted by armed criminals in Bor over the weekend. The state police’s Spokesperson John Mawut Ngang told Juba Monitor that the incident took place at Makol-Cuei Boma of Baidit Payam, Bor South...
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End girl child marriages, pleads King Akway

By Okan Thomas Onyango King Akway of the Anyuak Kingdom has called for an end to the culture of practicing early child marriages. This was during the annual celebration of the “Anywaa Anywaa Cultural Day” that took place on Monday in Juba. The king came to address his people during...
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Chinese doctors off to China after 9 days visit

By James Atem Kuir Chinese medical team has been in the country left yesterday for Beijing after being replaced by new a team. They health experts came to the country at a request placed by the government through the Ministry of Health to offer capacity building to local doctors and...
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