23rd October 2021
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Kiir re-appoints Dr. Chol Deng as MD for Nilepet

Author: Woja Emmanuel | Published: 11 hours ago

President Salva Kiir has re-appointed Dr. Chol Deng for the second time as the new Managing Director of Nilepet. (more…)

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Friday, October 22, 2021

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

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Friday, October 22, 2021

Boats Union calls for removal of illegal checkpoints along the Nile

Published: Monday, October 18, 2021

Bor fishermen worry over tons of fish lost to bad weather

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Peace parliament urged to approve 2021/2022 budget

President Salva Kiir has called on lawmakers to urgently discuss and approve the country’s fiscal year budget after two years of no...

Nunu to prioritize parliament house renovation

The speaker of the Revitalized Transitional National Legislative Assembly says constructing a new parliamentary facility is among her top...

Salary delays due to breakdown of pay sheet machine – Kiir

Civil servants have not received their two-month salaries because the pay sheet machine at the ministry of labor is not working, President...

Internet connectivity fully restored

Internet users across the country say internet connectivity has been fully restored after the government said a technical problem occurred...

Truckers are yet to end Juba-Nimule road security protest

Truck drivers are yet to officially resume movement to South Sudan despite the deployment of organized forces along the Juba-Nimule...

Gunmen detain 20 traders between Lakes, Jonglei

At least 20 traders from Unity state are being detained by unidentified gunmen in an area between Lakes and Jonglei states, the former...

Truckers reject ‘safe movement on unsafe road’ promise

Commercial truck drivers from the East African region have maintained their decision not to enter South Sudan due to security concerns....

Igga wants corrupt leaders prosecuted

The vice president for Economic Cluster has warned government officials against corruption, saying severe punishment would be taken...

Kenyan drivers promised safe movements on unsafe road

The Kenyan Embassy in South Sudan says it has received security assurances from Juba following the killing of truckers along the...

Kenyan truckers suspend operations over insecurity along Juba-Nimule road

The chairperson of the Kenya Transporters’ Association has advised all its drivers to suspend their movements to South Sudan....

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