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Long distance learning to benefit few students-activist

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Thursday, May 7, 2020

A human rights activist has criticized the Long Distance Learning initiative by the Ministry of General Education, saying it will benefit...

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Friday, April 17, 2020

Students in Ethiopia angry over $ 3million relief

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Thursday, April 9, 2020

Students to get distance learning lessons

Published: Thursday, April 9, 2020

Students to get distance learning lessons

Published: Friday, April 3, 2020

Teachers to receive incentives next week

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Sexual Reproductive Health Services ‘a must for all’ – Gender Analyst

Sexual and reproductive health services must be made available to everybody since its one of the international human rights instruments,...

Female student emerges top in 2019 SSLE

The National Examinations Council has announced the results of the 2019 Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations with 24,414 ...

Prof Lo Liyong regrets UoJ inability to protect freedom of speech

A renowned professor has expressed regrets over what he calls the inability of the University of Juba to protect its staff and the freedom...

Prof. Lo Liyong suspended over ‘views’ on number of states

A renowned South Sudanese scholar has been placed on administrative leave by the University of Juba following an article he wrote critical...

Fee defaulters vandalize UoJ

Students of University of Juba staged a protest this morning after the administration prevented some of them from sitting final ...

Five school girls forced out over pregnancy

Authorities in Maridi State have revealed that five girls were forced to terminate their studies after they got pregnant while in school....

Public university admission falls short of target

The ministry of higher education has admitted less than 4, 000 out of the targeted 17,000 students to the five public universities from the...

Over 27,000 sit secondary school leaving exams

More than 27,000 candidates have today begun this year’s secondary school leaving examinations across the country. The examinations...

New school feeding program launched

The government and World Food Program have launched a school feeding program to be run entirely by home-grown food. (more…)

Bor: why varsity students staged protest

Students at Dr. John Garang Memorial University in Bor have staged a strike after their exams were cancelled by the lecturers on Wednesday...

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