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

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Thursday, December 5, 2019

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

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Gov’t effects new pay structure for lecturers

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Saturday, November 30, 2019

New school feeding program launched

Published: Saturday, November 30, 2019

New school feeding program launched

Published: Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Bor: why varsity students staged protest

Published: Friday, November 22, 2019

Newly launched electricity disappoints Juba residents

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‘Investigating me is not a problem’, says former Revenue Authority boss

The former Commissioner General of the National Revenue Authority has welcomed the formation of "another" investigation committee to ...

Ethiopia to import South Sudan oil

South Sudan may soon supply Ethiopia with refined oil through the border. (more…)

Five-man team to investigate ex-NRA boss over “fraud”

The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning has formed a committee to investigate former Commissioner General of the National ...

Juba hosts 2nd oil & gas conference

About 600 potential oil sector investors have gathered in Juba for the South Sudan Oil and Power conference. (more…)

S. Sudan should emulate China – VP

The Vice President has called on South Sudanese to work hard in order to solve the country’s challenges and match the development path of...

Uganda begins electrification of Nimule

Uganda has started construction of the first electricity pole that shall help in the electrification of Nimule and Kaya border towns....

The NBA’s unlikely real estate mogul: inside Luol Deng’s towering $125 million portfolio

Luol Deng has spent 15 years in the NBA and has always put up solid numbers, averaging nearly 15 points per contest over 900-plus games....

Juba offers 11% of millions it owes EAC

South Sudan has reportedly paid $3 million to the East African Community as part of its obligated contribution to the economic bloc....

Make healthy diets affordable for all S. Sudanese – UN agencies

Three UN agencies have called for action across sectors to make healthy diets affordable and accessible to everyone in South Sudan....

U.S sanctions two businessmen in South Sudan

The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control has sanctioned two businessmen in South Sudan for what it says is...

South Sudan renegotiating oil ‘compensation’ package with Sudan

The Minister of Petroleum says South Sudan is renegotiating the 2012 oil compensation deal with Sudan before the December 2019 deadline....

Juba asks for more time to pay EAC

An MP representing South Sudan at the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) has appealed for more time for Juba to clear the ...

Ambassadors tasked with redeeming Juba’s image

South Sudan has launched a draft foreign policy for the reconstituted government of national unity which is expected to be formed next...

Subsistence farmers urged to grow more food

The Minister of Agriculture and Food Security has encouraged subsistence farmers to grow more food. (more…)

Moi’s son denies looting S Sudan riches

The son of former Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi has denied profiting from the South Sudan civil war. (more…)

Sudan to continue controlling SS airspace

The Sudanese government will continue to control South Sudan’s airspace after Juba failed to train its nationals to do the job....

Gov’t signs mineral exploration deal with U.S, Canadian firms

The government has signed a deal with the U.S and Canada based companies to facilitate satellite imaging of mineral resources in South...

Makuei slams MPs over unpaid salaries

The minister of information has described some MPs as anti-government for calling for dismissal of the finance minister over unpaid...

Night movement banned for cars with temporary permits

The traffic police department has banned cars with temporary number plates from moving at night in Juba. (more…)

Insight meets gov’t requirements

The Insight security company says it is reorganizing its management structure in an attempt to meet government requirements. (more…)

Probe Dr Attipoe’s dismissal – MP

There is a need to investigate into the sacking of the National Revenue Authority boss, a member of the Transitional National Legislative ...

Interior ministry denies deporting Insight officials

The Ministry of Interior has denied 20 foreign nationals working for Insight Security Company in Juba have been deported over exploitation....

Anti-human trafficking guards hold 600 S. Sudanese

At least 600 South Sudanese refugees are reportedly being held at the Sudan-Libya border after they tried to go on the “desperate...

ND conference suggests reconstitution of anti-corruption office

Participants to the Greater Equatoria National Dialogue Regional Conference say the Anti-Corruption Commission should be supervised ...

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