28th October 2021
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Boda-boda owners applaud anti-motorbike theft service

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Monday, October 25, 2021

Boda-boda owners in Juba have welcomed an anti-motorbike theft service provided by the NileBoda company after 57 stolen boda-boda were...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Monday, October 25, 2021

100 oil wells submerged in flood waters in Paloch, official

Author: Woja Emmanuel | Published: Sunday, October 24, 2021

16 cows die of suspected Hemorrhagic septicemia in Aweil

Published: Sunday, October 24, 2021

16 cows die of suspected Hemorrhagic septicemia in Aweil

Published: Saturday, October 23, 2021

Kiir re-appoints Dr. Chol Deng as MD for Nilepet

Published: Friday, October 22, 2021

Dr. Kenyi Spencer, an economist and writer, passes on

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Juba to reconsider reducing its foreign missions, diplomatic staff

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation says it reconsiders cutting down on the number of its staff in foreign...

Rage at cabinet for giving diplomats $100 million amidst pay delays

Some members of the public have criticized the government for allocating $100 to its foreign missions as civil servants back home...

Makuei denies Kiir’s grip on oil money is killing peace

The minister of information has described as “fake” the recent report which suggests that the president’s grip on petrodollars is...

Labor ministry effects new pay structure

The ministry of labor says it has effected the new salary structure for civil servants, with 100% increment. (more…)

S Sudan’s economy was stronger than its neighbors’ in 2011 – report

The International Crisis Group has revealed that South Sudan was a middle-income economy at its independence in 2011. (more…)

Kiir’s tight grip on petrodollars threatens peace deal implementation – report

President Salva Kiir’s hold on oil revenues is the cause of several setbacks to the implementation of the 2018 peace deal, a report...

Juba-Rumbek road construction stalls as gov’t dishonors deal

Construction of the Juba-Rumbek highway has reportedly stalled after the government defaulted on its payment, according to the...

Police hold youth over $2.4m protest

Police in Ruweng Administrative Area are holding 25 demonstrators for asking some company there to pay for murram fee arears. (more…)

Nimule: Officials demand $50 despite free visa deal with Uganda

Ugandans travelling to South Sudan say border officials at Nimule still charge visa fees after the government officially lifted the...

Kenyatta family runs secret offshore companies – report

The family of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is running a secret network of multi-million dollar companies outside the country,...

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