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S.Sudanese refugee teachers in Sudan protest salary delay

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 7 hours ago

More than four hundred South Sudanese teachers in various refugee camps in Sudan's White Nile state have gone on strike. (more…)

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Saturday, June 19, 2021

Gov’t to target fresh graduates in new recruitment policy

Published: Saturday, June 19, 2021

University of Juba graduates over 1,700 students

Published: Thursday, June 17, 2021

EU provides teachers additional motivational cash

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Comboni students protest dismissal of principal

Students of Comboni Secondary school have staged a peaceful protest in demand for re-appointment of a principal who was dismissed by the...

Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, S.Sudan to fight exams cheating

Four Eastern Africa countries including South Sudan have established an educational association that aims at consolidating efforts to fight...

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…)

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