19th June 2021
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Economy

DPOC employees call off their short-lived industrial strike

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 5 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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S Sudan: The 2nd most corrupt country – report

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Juba & Khartoum extends cooperation for 3 more years

South Sudan Minister of Petroleum says the Cooperation Agreement signed in 2012 with the Sudan has been extended for another three years....

Peace partners ask IMF to assess economy

Parties to the peace agreement have agreed to invite the International Monetary Fund to assess the economy (more…)

Bad economy: SSBL lays off 150 workers

The South Sudan Beverages Limited, SSBL, has laid off 150 employees as its production declines due to scarcity of the US dollars....

Wildlife and tourism

The Director General of Wildlife in the Ministry of Interior says there is a need to properly manage areas that have not been affected by...

Economist blames bad economy on deceitful traders

An economic analyst has attributed the economic crisis in the country to fraudulent businesspeople. (more…)

Only peace will save economy from collapsing – Lam Akol

In order to save the economy from collapsing, the government must bring peace, the leader of the opposition SPLM-DC has said. (more…)

EA experts and gov’t discuss ways to improve the economy

A two-day conference for the government to consult with East African countries on how to improve the economy has started in Juba....

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