Opinion

Editorial

LOCUSTS STILL A THREAT WHICH MUST BE ADDRESSED

The emergence of Coronavirus has taken all the attention that the country is almost forgetting the recent and current existence of desert locusts. The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) has warned that the insects are posing threat to future food production and must be dealt with accordingly. Indeed Coronavirus is...
Editorial

OUR GREATEST ENEMY IS FEAR, RUMOURS AND STIGMA

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo The only topic of discussions these days everywhere and by everybody is the dreaded threat being posed by the Coronavirus which was born in China and has taken global attention by mass-death of innocent people who had nothing to do with this disease in the...
Opinion

Why love turns into killing?

By Akol Arop Akol Something called love is an emotional feeling that is given freely by God to all humans such that they also share it among themselves. The same love brings people from different walks of life to admire, accept, date and marry themselves as wife and husband. But...
Opinion

Hope is all we need these critical times

By Ngor Khot Garang The outbreak of coronavirus and the lives it has claimed so far has sparked massive fear resonating from South Sudan and the whole world. This is a kind of fear that psychologists termed as an in-your face that continues from morning until night. We can’t sleep...
Editorial

Coronavirus and working environment

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor Generally, working environment is becoming difficult in the country and globally due to the situation of Coronavirus as it is a dangerous disease in the world. People in the offices are going home early; markets are being closed early, if you want to...
Editorial

BE YOUR BROTHER’S KEEPER

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo All media outlets in the world are awash with the cases of coronavirus aka COVID-19 which is terrifying the whole world. In every conversation now going on between different people, the disease cannot go unmentioned. The world has come together to agree that there has...
Editorial

DO NOT APPLY LAWS SELECTIVELY

Some security organs are over-doing what is supposed to be normal check and monitoring of the deadly coronavirus in the country. Nowhere in the Presidential order did he say security should go in door to door search of the suspected virus cases, more so at night and particularly when the...
Opinion

Corona, education, and how to make virtue of need

By Marina Versluis For us in South Sudan we are painfully reminded that we very much depend on foreign input, most importantly food and skilled workforce. The corona pandemic rapidly made the world to stop. Everybody becomes more and more dependent on what they can do and produce within their...
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