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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: 6 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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Chinese national, soldier shot dead near Juba

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Central bank has no plans to introduce 5,000-pound bill, governor

The Bank of South Sudan has denied planning on introducing another higher denomination banknote of 5000 pounds. (more…)

Give me my money, 99-year-old pensioner asks gov’t

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Juba Mayor orders traders to reduce commodity prices

The Mayor of Juba city has ordered businessmen to reduce commodity prices. (more…)

Juba traders protests ‘mistreatment,’ shut shops

Some traders in Juba have closed their shops in protest of what they call mistreatment by city authorities. (more…)

NRA & its state branches to work in harmony

A conference organized by the National Revenue Authority has resolved to promote cooperation and harmony between the national and state...

VP Igga tells int’l companies to invest in S Sudan, citing ‘conducive environment’

The vice president for Economics Cluster has called on global companies to invest in South Sudan. (more…)

Igga leads S.Sudan delegation to Paris investment summit

The Vice President for Economics Cluster is in France discussing investment opportunities for African economies. (more…)

Ayii denies illegally benefiting from community oil money

The proprietor of South Supreme Airlines has denied that his company illegally benefited from money meant for oil-producing state and...

Livelihood project brings new life to thousands in Bussere, WBGS

Dozens of men and women gather outside what was once the Office of the Administrator in Bussere, in the Western Bahr el Ghazal region of...

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