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Taskforce on COVID-19 directs employees to work half-day

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Friday, April 3, 2020

The High-Level Taskforce on COVID-19 has directed that working hours should be limited to half-day for an unspecified period of time as...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Friday, April 3, 2020

Top gov’t officials, military linked to illegal gold mining in Kapoeta

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Thursday, April 2, 2020

Ezra set to reduce power bill by 20%

Published: Thursday, April 2, 2020

Ezra set to reduce power bill by 20%

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Vice President Nyandeng urges women to ‘promote human rights’

Vice President, Rebecca Nyandeng De Mabior has called on women to proclaim International Women’s Day as a day to promote and encourage...

Repair of Juba bridge to be completed this month – official

Maintenance work on Juba Bridge is expected to be completed by the end of this month, the head of security manning the bridge has said....

UK issues a warning on dirty money from S. Sudan

The United Kingdom’s national crime agency has releases first-ever alert on dirty money, links to corrupt political networks in South...

Over 500 passengers stranded in Nimule

About 500 passengers are stranded at Elegu border post after Ugandan bus drivers refused to proceed to Juba following  (more…)

MPs set to get additional $25, 000 despite public outcry

Parliamentarians in the transitional national legislative assembly will soon receive another $25, 000 each as health insurance, a member...

Sexual Reproductive Health Services ‘a must for all’ – Gender Analyst

Sexual and reproductive health services must be made available to everybody since its one of the international human rights instruments,...

Unity gov’t must address 4 major problems to function well – Shearer

South Sudan needs to address four issues for the cornerstones of a properly functioning state, the head of the UN mission in the country...

Gov’t, banks urged to regulate money circulation

The government and financial institutions have to regulate money circulating outside the bank institutions, an economist has said. ...

Why farmers in Magwi still worried after locusts left the area

The desert locusts that have invaded farms in Magwi County in Eastern Equatoria for the past two weeks are now a cause  (more…)

Exit EAC or conduct referendum, Dr Okuk suggests

South Sudan should exit from the East African Community or conduct a referendum to decide the fate of the young nation, a political...

State lawmaker decries unfair treatment by the national government

A former state legislator in the defunct 32 states is demanding the national government to give them $65,000 each after  (more…)

NRA introduces anti-forgery tax form

The National Revenue Authority has introduced a new tax financial form to replace Form 15 in order to combat fraud in the revenue ...

Gov’t asked to remove security-turned-taxmen on Juba roads

The Chamber of Commerce has appealed to government to stop some security personnel and individuals who are extorting money from ...

Ministry needs ‘2 billion SSP’ to fight locust invasion

It will cost over 2 billion South Sudanese Pounds to respond to the locust reported in the country, the Ministry of Agriculture and Food ...

Traders urged to support gum arabic farmers

Authorities in Northern Upper Nile have appealed to the business community to buy cash crops from local farmers in the state. (more…)

Gov’t inaugurates modern border post

The government of South Sudan and Trademark East Africa has launched the Nimule One-Stop Border Post. (more…)

Abyei gets $3 million stability fund

The Kingdom of the Netherlands has contributed $3 million for supporting stability and facilitating a resolution to the conflict in the...

Kiir sacks Central Bank Governor

President Salva Kiir has dismissed the governor of the Bank of South Sudan, Dier Tong Ngor. (more…)

South Sudan, Kenya and Ethiopia to fund Lapsset projects

South Sudan, Kenya and Ethiopia have agreed to jointly source funding for their infrastructure projects under the umbrella of the African...

Evidence of The Sentry corruption expose is weak – Kiir’s office

The Office of the President has issued its counter-report against The Sentry expose on corruption tied to the first family in South Sudan....

Gov’t effects new pay structure for lecturers

Public university lecturers have started receiving salaries with the new structure, a lecturer has confirmed. (more…)

New school feeding program launched

The government and World Food Program have launched a school feeding program to be run entirely by home-grown food. (more…)

Bor: why varsity students staged protest

Students at Dr. John Garang Memorial University in Bor have staged a strike after their exams were cancelled by the lecturers on Wednesday...

More questions emerge as NRA explains away ‘suspicious bank transfers’

The Acting Commissioner-General of the National Revenue Authority has disputed a recent Eye Radio report, saying the bank transfers he ...

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