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RESPECT FOR OPINION IS A MUST PROFESSIONAL CALLING

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo In my 34 plus years in journalism, l have always respected the opinion and views of other professional colleagues and the public alike for the continuity of freedom of expression. At no time have l ever questioned such feelings except when face to face with...
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AFFORADABLE HOUSESING PROGRAM SHOULD BE REAL

The expected drop in the costs of housing in Juab if it happened will be a big relief to the residents. There are reports and indications that more houses are coming up with modern structures and amenities. It means the growth in economy and stability which are major components of...
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Drivers

By: Anna Nimiriano Dear readers, today my topic is about drivers in South Sudan and particularly in Juba, because this is the city where I am working and seeing how our drivers are conducting themselves on the roads. I had witnessed a lot of accidents occurring by the roadsides between...
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SEXUAL OFFENDERS MUST BE PUNISHED

Cases of rape have been on the rise in the recent past in which some of the victims ended up losing their own lives. It is being reported from various parts that cases of this nature are taking place and are on the increase with some offenders being arrested while...
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SOME CHURCH LEADERS HAVE GONE BONKERS

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo One would be tempted to ask how safe are Christians or church followers not only in the country but in most parts of the world. The faithful have been treated to so many dramas that would only befit “Hollywood or other woods of this world...
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Office Manners

By: Anna Nimiriano Dear readers, today I would like to talk about office manners which are common to us. Some of you might have experienced it in daily work. Several people come to the office with personal issues. This happens mostly with friends and relatives.  For institutions that have visitor’s...
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Welcome Mabuza and Dr. Machar to Juba

By: Anna Nimiriano I would like to take this opportunity to welcome the Deputy President of South Africa, David Mabuza, Dr. Riek Machar, the  leader of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO) and the Deputy Chairman of Sudan Sovereign Council Mohamed Hamdan Hemeti Dagalo and others who came to...
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THANK YOU, MR. PRESIDENT!

Topical Commentary By: Charles Lotara As the country moves closer to signing the revitalized peace agreement and the formation of the transitional government of national unity next month, there is a need to give considerable attention to the security affairs of the country regardless of whether a potential threat is...
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JUBA CITY COUNCIL MUST STEP UP THEIR GAME

Mayor comes mayor goes, but Juba remains the same old City, undoubtedly one of the most ecologically unfavourable in Africa, if not in the world. The heaps of garbage dumped at undesignated sites, and open urine and defecation by residents are symbolic representations of the serious sanitation concern downgrading the...
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RESPECT FOR HUMAN BEINGS MUST REMAIN MANDATORY

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo With the coming in place of the Media Authority, the country came to the reality that arbitrary arrest of journalists was a thing of the past. It beats all logics that when a state official comes out to give an order for a scribe to...
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