25th September 2020
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Leaders have stolen over $36m since 2016 – UN

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 11 hours ago

The United Nations Human Rights Commission has accused some politicians and senior government officials of siphoning off at least $36...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 14 hours ago

Ugandan traders lied about amount Juba owes them – report

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, September 23, 2020

NRA allegedly collected 2b pounds, $5.1m in August

Published: Wednesday, September 23, 2020

NRA allegedly collected 2b pounds, $5.1m in August

Published: Wednesday, September 23, 2020

New tax collector promises to be a ‘disciplined’ boss

Published: Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Gov’t asked to end illegal checkpoint menace

Published: Saturday, September 19, 2020

Kiir tasks new finance minister to strengthen financial system

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Gov’t can’t stop currency from depreciating — trade minister

The minister of trade and industry has said there is nothing the government can do to stop the local currency from losing value....

Indebted central bank can’t regulate commercial banks

The Bank of South Sudan is unable to regulate operations of commercials banks because of a huge debt it owes them, the Minister of Trade...

Erjok Bullen illegally heads NRA

A parliamentary committee says the acting Commissioner-General of the National Revenue Authority is in office illegally, citing the NRA...

Why gov’t struggles to pay civil servants

The Minister of Finance has told a parliamentary committee that the ministry only receives money from the sale of one cargo of crude oil...

EAC launches cargo movement tracking system

The East African Community has launched a surveillance system for tracking the movements of cargo and drivers during the coronavirus ...

Oil prices nosedive further

Global oil prices yet again nosedived on Monday to its lowest since April's historic oil price collapse. (more…)

Almost SSP 40 billion lost in 90 days, NRA tells lawmakers

The National Revenue Authority has informed the parliament that the country has lost almost forty billion South Sudanese Pounds in the last...

Gov’t urged to revive Radom National Park

An official has called upon the national government to revive and rehabilitate the Radom National Park to generate revenues from tourism....

South Sudan, Ethiopia to revive joint infrastructure projects

South Sudan and Ethiopia have agreed to revive plans to construct roads, electricity and other infrastructure linking the two countries....

Refugees return home for supplementary diet

Some South Sudanese refugees in Uganda are reportedly sneaking back to South Sudan in search of extra food after the World Food Program ...

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