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DPOC employees call off their short-lived industrial strike

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 6 hours ago

The staff of the Dar Petroleum Operating Company have returned to work without resolving the issues that made them go on strike....

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 7 hours ago

Motorists to witness continuous sluggish traffic on Juba Bridge

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Thursday, June 17, 2021

Economist reminds SPLM leaders of John Garang’s vision

Published: Wednesday, June 16, 2021

DPOC national staff vow to not end the industrial action

Published: Saturday, June 12, 2021

Gov’t to repay loans with crude oil

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DPOC employees call off their short-lived industrial strike

The staff of the Dar Petroleum Operating Company have returned to work without resolving the issues that made them go on strike....

Motorists to witness continuous sluggish traffic on Juba Bridge

Traffic flow on Juba Bridge will continue to experience interruptions as maintenance work commences, an engineer has announced....

Economist reminds SPLM leaders of John Garang’s vision

An economist has blamed the ruling party, SPLM, and current leaders for ignoring and deviating from the vision of late Dr. John Garang of...

DPOC national staff vow to not end the industrial action

The national staff of Dar Petroleum Operating Company say they will continue with their industrial action unless their demands for arrears...

World Bank allocates $116 million for poverty-reduction projects in S.Sudan

  The World Bank has allocated $116 million to address acute food insecurity and desert locust crisis in South Sudan. (more…)

Gov’t to repay loans with crude oil

South Sudan has committed to repaying its loans received from the African Export-Import Bank through crude oil. (more…)

More than 5,000 students admitted into universities

The Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology has announced the admission of 5,302 students into public and private universities...

Gov’t embarks on adjusting salary structure for civil servants

The government's economic cluster has passed a resolution to adjust the salaries of all civil servants across the country. (more…)

Kiir directs NTC to mobilize funds for unifying forces

The presidency has directed the National Transitional Committee to mobilize the necessary resources needed to establish the unified...

Thiik denies having VSS managers assaulted

The deputy mayor of Juba City Council has denied allegations circulating online that he ordered the assault on a security firm in Juba....

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