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Couples hired maid to produce them a child

By Taban Gabriel A womanhas said they ended their 10 years of childlessness by engaging their maid througha legal process to conceive a child for them. Hannifa, a 32 year old resident of Nyokuron West said all started one day in 2014 when a land lady in Kampala approached her...
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Fuel shortage disrupts transport in Juba

Vehicles queuing for fuel in one of the petrol stations in Juba By Morris Dogga Persistent fuel shortage continues to disrupt transport in Juba, a result of currency devaluation and ongoing conflicts in the oil-rich yet poverty-ridden country. Mr. Emmanuel Lodule a public taxi driver said he is considering parking...
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“Alabu Dance” crowns contest winners

South Sudan dancers (file photo) By Mandela Nelson Denis South Sudan Dancers’ SSD crew on Sunday jubilated with their fans after being crowned the heavy weight champion of the “Alabu Dance” competition. The group was awarded acheque of SSP 20,000 a glass trophy and certificate of participation in the contest...
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Juba residentsplan for refugee life

South Sudanese fleeing unidentified location(FILE PHOTO) By Taban Gabriel South Sudanese living in the Capital Juba are planning to seek refuge in the neighboring countries by January 2017 if the current economic crises contentious. The Juba residentstold Juba Monitor thatthe skyrocketing prices of goods have affected their livelihoods to extend...
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Civil Society calls for speedy deployment of RPF

Executive Director of FODAG: Mr. Jame David Kolok talking to Juba Monitor   By Sworo Charles Elisha The government should move faster to facilitatedeployment of the Regional Protection Force in the country, the Executive Director of Foundation for Democracy and Accountable Governance (FODAG), Jame David Kolok says. Speaking to Juba...
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Civil Societies reject“blanket amnesty”

By Sworo Charles Elisha The Civil Society Organizations in the country are appealing to the leadership of South Sudan to get away from what they describe as“blanket amnesty,” as a means of expressing mercy and restoring justice for those who have taken up arms against the government. Presenting her paper...
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National disability policy launched

Disabled people playing basketball at the Manut Bol memorial tournament last year(file photo). Jale Richard South Sudan’s government has launched a national disability and inclusion policy that aims to protect and promote people with disabilities in the country. The policy will address challengesbeing faced by persons with disabilities and  protect...
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Three groups qualify for peace dance finals

One of the groups that was sent to the final   By Mandela Nelson Denis As the “Alabu Dance”competition draws to a close, three dance groups namely:White Moon Dancers, South Sudan Dance Group and Soul Dancers have qualified for the finals. The three groups who performed thebest, proved to the...
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