6th March 2021
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Shearer calls for urgent economic reforms

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Thursday, March 4, 2021

The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General has called for urgent economic reforms to end the dire conditions most South...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Thursday, March 4, 2021

Rebellions, soldiers made wild animals leave S Sudan – official

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, March 3, 2021

S Sudan studies Nile Basin Framework Agreement

Published: Wednesday, March 3, 2021

S Sudan studies Nile Basin Framework Agreement

Published: Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Man quits traffic police service for boda-boda taxi

Published: Sunday, February 21, 2021

Sudan sharply devalues currency as it aims for debt relief

Published: Sunday, February 21, 2021

UNSC wants details of S.Sudan’s oil money

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Juba summons Ugandan company over WES teak deal

The Ministry of Environment has summoned a Uganda-based company that signed a $2.5 billion dollar contract with authorities in Western...

Juba hotels kick out peace delegates over unpaid bills

Some hotels in Juba say they have kicked out over 300 peace delegates from their property over unpaid bills. (more…)

AfDB offers gov’t $14 million to boost S Sudan agriculture sector

The African Development Bank has signed off a grant to improve agricultural productivity and boost the marketing and trade of agricultural...

WES governor signs billion-dollar deal for teak harvesting

The governor of Western Equatoria State has signed a five-year contract with a Ugandan-based engineering company, TODAF, to harvest teak...

Women trainees in Juba hope to start own poultry farms

A group of women passionate about poultry farming are acquiring the much-needed skills to venture into the business on their own....

EALA approves EAC budget FY 2020/21

The East African Legislative Assembly yesterday, reconsidered and approved the EAC Budget Estimates for the Financial Year 2020/21,...

S Sudan among most corrupt countries, again – report

The most corrupt countries in the world – just like in 2019 – are South Sudan, Somalia and Syria, according to a new report released by...

East African Heads of State summit slated for Feb 27

President Salva Kiir will join his counterparts in the East African Community during the Heads of State meeting scheduled for February 27....

Economist questions BoSS “too much dollar” allocation to JEDCO

An economist has expressed doubt over the decision by the central bank to allocate the electricity company $3 million every month to run...

NSS detains two over counterfeit dollars

The internal security bureau of the National Security Service has arrested two people for dealing in counterfeit U.S. dollars in the...

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