25th August 2019
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Economy

Finance minister fires National Revenue Authority Boss

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Saturday, August 24, 2019

The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Salvatore Garang Mabiordit has dismissed the Commissioner-General of the National Revenue...

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Friday, August 23, 2019

Special anti-poaching courts to be established

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Friday, August 23, 2019

Advocate tells City Council to ‘act lawfully’ on Crown Hotel

Published: Thursday, August 22, 2019

MPs pass controversial 2019/2020 fiscal year budget

Published: Friday, August 16, 2019

Kiir reverses decision to close down some embassies

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Salvatore likely to be impeached over budgetary indiscipline

The parliament is likely to impeach the minister of finance and economic planning over what it called budgetary discipline, parliamentary...

Chinese expert calls for training of local oil sector engineers

A Chinese technology expert says South Sudan should invest more in training its engineers so that they take full control of the oil sector....

Gov’t illegally financially operating

The government of South Sudan is operating without a fiscal budget over the last one month due to the delays by the national parliament ...

Woman arrested for bottling and selling ‘fake’ alcohol

A woman suspected of brewing illicit liquor in Juba has been arrested, the Deputy Mayor of Juba City Council has said. (more…)

Freedom Bridge to last for ‘100 years’ once completed in 2021

The construction of the Freedom Bridge in Juba will be completed by July 2021 and is expected to be formidable for about 100 years....

NRA distances itself from ‘approved’ scam

The National Revenue Authority has distanced itself from what appears to be a fraudulent business scheme engineered by the chairman of ...

Cleric calls for safe macro-environment to discourage dependencies

The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Tombura–Yambio is urging the government to create a conducive environment for citizens to engage in...

Kiir’s ‘Pre-sale oil investigations’ stalled beyond the deadline

The government spokesperson has attributed the delay in the pre-sale oil investigations to the change of leadership of the committee....

Airlines ordered to remove “scraps” from airport

The Civil Aviation Authority has urged companies that have abandoned their planes at Juba International Airport to remove them within ...

Juba scraps off visa fee for Tanzanians

The government has introduced a visa policy that allows Tanzanian citizens to enter South Sudan free of charge. (more…)

Traffic police boss setting the public against the gov’t – Lawmaker

The head of the traffic police department is turning the people against the government by ordering an illegal crackdown (more…)

Traffic boss defies cabinet resolution on tinted cars

The Director-General of traffic police in the ministry of interior has defied the cabinet resolution, allowing vehicles with factory tints...

Gov’t told to attract investment

The AU Special Envoy on Youth has urged the government to create conducive business environment for investors to open up (more…)

Traffic cops resume illegal crackdown on ‘factory tints’

The traffic police are back on the road again - harassing motorists in Juba over tinted windows despite revocation of the ban by the...

UK probes S.Sudan dealings with banknotes manufacturer

The United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office is investigating an international company for its alleged corrupt dealings with South Sudan....

New central bank policy encourages whistle-blowing

The Bank of South Sudan has introduced a whistle-blowing policy that allows its employees to freely report malpractices in the bank to the...

UoJ VC welcomes pay rise

The Vice Chancellor of University of Juba has welcomed the approval of the new unified salary structure for public universities....

Central bank urges mobile money transfer companies to adhere to regulations

Mobile money transfer companies have been urged by Central Bank to operate under the electronic and mobile money regulations of the...

Aweil may declare famine next year – official

Aweil authorities may declare famine in the state next year after floods destroyed the Aweil Rice Scheme, the state minister of agriculture...

Norway avails $28m for governance, economic management

Norway has released $28.3 million to strengthen governance and economic management in the country. (more…)

mGurush warned against swindle

The minister of information has warned mobile money transfer companies against stealing from the people. (more…)

‘Use oil proceeds wisely’

The South Sudan Law Society is urging the political leaders to use the oil proceeds wisely, adding that production will not last forever....

Chinese oil firm national staff down tools

National staff of a Chinese oil firm have laid down their tools after the company allegedly failed to respond to their demands....

NRA revokes exempt status of multi-million dollar firm

The National Revenue Authority has revoked exempt status of a multi-million dollar road construction company. (more…)

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