24th April 2019
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Govt to hold investment summit in South Africa

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: Monday, April 22, 2019

South Sudan government officials will on Wednesday hold an investment summit in South Africa. The even closing a 4-city global...

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: Wednesday, April 17, 2019

3000 opposition & SSPDF troops receiving training in Yei River

Author: Memoscar Lasuba | Published: Tuesday, April 16, 2019

70 % of S.Sudan’s population are under 30, estimates UN

Published: Monday, April 15, 2019

UNFPA urges partners to aid S.Sudan realize 2030 SDGs

Published: Saturday, April 13, 2019

Official clarifies reports of JIA shutdown

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Suspended National Examination Council Secretary General wins court case

The suspended Secretary-General of the National Examination Council, Lul Ruei Dhol, has won the court case against his colleague who had...

What lessons BoSS learns from lending money to Govt

The central bank has acknowledged that lending money to the government is harmful to the economy of the country. (more…)

Jubek governor offers Chinese construction company land

The governor of Jubek State has handed over a piece of land to Shangdong High-Speed group of companies as its headquarters. (more…)

South Sudan to boost oil production within two months

South Sudan will resume oil production in three previously closed oilfields in former Unity state to boost daily production by 70,000...

Govt proposes 106 billion SSP for 2019/2020 fiscal year

The ministry of finance has proposed more than 100 billion South Sudanese pounds for the fiscal year 2019/2020. (more…)

Chinese company to begin road construction in 2 weeks

South Sudan and a Chinese company have signed an agreement for the construction and upgrading of major national and interstate highways....

Fuel crisis to end in 3 days -NilePet

The government oil firm, Nilepet, says the current fuel crisis will end soon as it expects fuel trucks from Kenya. (more…)

S.African leaders demand explanation for $1B deal with S.Sudan

Members of the leading opposition Party in South Africa are demanding for an explanation from the country’s Energy Minister about the...

Corruption & profiteering still a “threat to peace” -Enough Project

A new report by the US-based Think Tank – the Enough Project says the peace agreement in South Sudan faces what it describes as...

NRA boss threatens officials & banks opposed to tax reforms

The South Sudan National Revenue Authority has threatened to name and shame government and bank officials who are still opposed to the...

Gov’t warned against selling oil in advance

The International Monetary Fund or IMF has advised the government of South Sudan against selling crude oil in advance, saying it is...

Amadi & Jubek to coordinate removal of illegal checkpoints

The governor of Amadi state says he and the governor of Jubek have both ordered for the removable of all illegal checkpoints along the...

GPOC employees call off arrears strike

The employees of the greater pioneering oil company or GPOC have called off the planned strike amidst talks with the management....

Women’s bloc appeals to gov’t to reconsider salary cuts

The women’s bloc is appealing to the government to reconsider its decision to cut a day’s salary from each civil servant. (more…)

Employees of GPOC oil firm demand allowance arrears

Employees of GPOC oil firm says they will lay down their tools if their grievances are not addressed within 7 days. (more…)

Abandoned teenage mother offered job

A 15-year-old mother - who was abandoned by both her parents and the father of her child - has been offered a job by local organization in...

NRA to introduce tax laws

The national revenue authority says it plans to introduce tax laws to harmonise collection of revenues in the country. (more…)

NRA generates 1.2 billion SSP in January alone

The National Revenue Authority says it collected a total sum of 1.2 billion pounds in January alone.  (more…)

S.Sudan Central Bank secures over $10 million in grant

The Central Bank  of South Sudan has secured a grant of over $10 million from the African Development Bank to improve its payment system...

Gov’t asks public servants to fund peace

The minister of information says the government has asked the public servants to pay a one-day salary to fund (more…)

Official calls for support for wildfire victims

The Commissioner of Lopit West County in Torit is appealing to state authorities and emergency relief agencies to (more…)

Yei River MPs concerned with illegal teak logging

Yei River State members of parliament at the national legislature have raised concerns over illegal logging in Kajo-keji County....

NRA, commercial banks sign single account deal

The National Revenue Authority has signed an agreement with eight commercial banks to operate a single account for non-oil revenues....

Journalist Joakino’s exposé on oil pollution in S.Sudan

When one thinks about oil, the first thing that comes to mind is wealth and a more prosperous country. However, we do not talk about the...

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