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Jonglei gov’t investigating alleged police brutality against school children

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Friday, June 14, 2019

Jonglei state government says it is investigating the recent alleged police brutality against school children in Bor Town. (more…)

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Tuesday, June 11, 2019

S. Sudan displays 40 years old historic posters on national archive day

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Monday, June 10, 2019

Ager Gum Primary School in Rumbek closed indefinitely

Published: Friday, June 7, 2019

Project to benefit 1,000 youth launched in Juba

Published: Saturday, May 18, 2019

Fashoda approves monthly incentives for teachers

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University VC calls for ‘dialogue’ with the President, Min.Finance over tuition fees

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Juba has called for dialogue between the public universities and the government to resolve the...

Tonj to investigate death of school girls

The Governor of Tonj State has formed a committee to investigate the death of 3 students who were caught up in a fire incident at a Don...

S.Sudan to introduce French language with Congolese help

South Sudan will introduce the French language into its academic curriculum this year, according to the Minister of General Education....

Parliamentary committee summons Minister and VC over university fee hikes

The Specialized Standing Committee on Education at the Transitional National Legislative Assembly has summoned two senior higher education...

Juba university suspends students’ political activivities

The administration of the University of Juba has banned student political activities, days after the students staged a peaceful protest...

“Women’s development here equals S. Sudan development”, US ambassador

The US ambassador to South Sudan says his country will continue to support youth especially women and girls in capacity building....

University of Juba students protest new tuition fees

Students of the University of Juba have staged a peaceful demonstration against new tuition fee hikes. (more…)

Lecturers demand 20% salary increment

Lecturers at the public universities are demanding pay rise. (more…)

Angry students in Morocco want scholarships canceled

Some South Sudanese students in Morocco are asking the government to cancel their scholarships over a confusion there. (more…)

Meet 2018 PLE best candidate

The top candidate in the 2018 primary leaving examinations has attributed her excellent performance to family and teachers. (more…)

Juba University female students defy hostel eviction order

Female hostlers at the University of Juba have protested an order to evict them from the institution hostels. (more…)

Meet S. Sudan’s extraordinary blind teacher

Have you ever stumbled upon a visually impaired headteacher who has not let any obstacles take a course of his faith or any other...

Certificate, Diploma Curriculum for Primary Education launched

The Ministry of General Education and the University of Juba have launched a Certificate and Diploma Curriculum for Primary Education....

Kiswahili to be introduced to S. Sudan education curriculum

The Ministry of General Education and Instruction plans to recruit teachers from Tanzania to teach Kiswahili in South Sudan, according to...

South Sudan, Bostwana sign MoU on education

South Sudanese students will now be able to study in universities in Botswana, according to the ministry of Higher Education, Research,...

5-year plan for girls’ education launched

The Ministry of General Education and partners have launched a framework that aims at providing a sound direction to all education...

Report: S. Sudan toughest place for girls to get an education

A campaign group has ranked South Sudan as the toughest place in the world for girls to get an education. (more…)

State of education in Renk

Only three schools out of more than ten schools in Northern Upper Nile’s Renk County have opened, an official has said. (more…)

Boma education sector in crisis

Boma State is facing numerous challenges in the education sector, says (more…)

Impact of insecurity on Gbudue education sector

Insecurity in Gbudue’s Ezo and Yambio counties is affecting delivery of services in the education sector, an official has told Eye Radio....

S Sudanese children miss out on primary education

The UN has rated South Sudan number two in the world with the highest number of children missing out on primary school education....

Norway offers over $5m to support education sector

The Norwegian government and the UN children agency have signed an agreement in Juba for provision of more than $5 million to support basic...

Nation budget: Health and education get low funding

The national legislature has approved a budget of more than 10 billion pounds for the financial year 2015-2016. (more…)

Pay students in Egypt, education ministry told

The Ministry of foreign affairs says it has written to the ministry of education, asking them to pay allowances to students on scholarship...

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