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A historical day for South Sudanese

B Anna NimirianoEditor in ChiefJuba Monitor Saturday 22nd February 2020 was a historical day for the people of South Sudan to realize the true peace by seeing the leader of the opposition Dr. Riek Machar in Juba being sworn in as the First Vice President of the Republic of South...
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A BUSY WEEK THAT IT WAS

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo Last week was the week which was and is to make new history in the country. My earlier prediction of being the busiest week came into being and indeed the climax came on Friday evening when at 8.00pm President Salva Kiir Mayardit through the national...
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THE WEST SHOULD BE CONSIDERATE WITH THEIR SANCTIONS

The feeling of regional leaders who witnessed the just concluded formation of unity government are properly directed to the western world, more so the United States. This country is grappling with so many problems inherited for the past administration before attaining its self-rule in 2011 followed by a multitude of...
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There is need to invest in girl child education

By: Ngor Khot Garang The victory of Elizabeth Anyieth Mayen from Bor College Secondary School who beat all the 28,086 students who sat for the 2019 national examinations is a wakeup call for those who still take girls as mere resources. Girls are just like boys and what they need...
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STOP MALINGERING AND WAKE UP TO REALITY

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo At the beginning of this week l had predicted a busy schedule for the country with a number of guests and locals alike streaming in and out for one purpose that peace was restored and the unity government formed. My prediction was not very far...
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THE BAR ASSOCIATION MUST CLEAN THEIR OWN HOUSE FIRST

The learned friends as they are known are people who are considered to have high moral and respect for humanity. They are more exposed in matters that concern human nature and would wish to represent the interest of all sundry within and without. It is therefore unfortunate that a lawyer...
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Candidates for R-TGoNU on 22nd February

Anna NimirianoEditor in Chief Juba Monitor Dear readers and entire people of South Sudan, the remaining one day is a high time for our leaders from various political parties to finish everything on the nomination of the candidates to the formation of Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity (R-TGoNU). I...
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Talking trash! Are we really clear about waste management?

x Deng John Atem Though statistic is unclear, Juba city generates a lot of waste than understood. Proper waste management in amateur can be anything or process that is in best principle of health, economics, engineering, conservation, aesthetics and other environmental considerations that are responsive to public attitudes. In best...
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CARTEL MUST STOP DESTROYING NATURAL TREES

Could the authority confirm if the order banning charcoal trade in the country had been lifted and if so when, since it was not made public. The activities of cutting down trees are becoming alarming considering the current climate change which is   becoming more dangerous to parts of the world....
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Summary of the day

B Anna NimirianoEditor in Chief Juba Monitor Yesterday I was reading newspapers and I found that almost most of the information published were the same, that is to say congratulatory messages, recognitions and other good words from different people to President Salva Kiir with the decision he took for returning...
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