13th May 2021
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Private schools protest order regulating school fees

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Saturday, May 8, 2021

The South Sudan National Union of Private Schools has threatened to lay down their tools if any private school is shut down in enforcement...

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Thursday, May 6, 2021

Schools cautioned against hiking fees

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Monday, May 3, 2021

Schools reopen after a year of closure

Published: Monday, May 3, 2021

Schools reopen after a year of closure

Published: Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Turkey offers 138 scholarship slots for S.Sudanese

Published: Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Schools to reopen under strict Coronavirus rules

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Students in Raja, Jur River fail to sit for secondary school exams

Thousands of candidates have missed their secondary school certificate examinations in some parts of Western Bahr el Ghazal state, the...

Full Remarks: President Kiir address to CSE candidates

Esteemed candidates, Teachers across the country, Ladies and gentlemen, Good morning; I am very excited to be with you this morning...

Over 34,000 candidates sit high school leaving exams

More than 34,000 candidates begun sitting the South Sudan Certificate for Secondary School Examinations on Monday morning. (more…)

Meet Atong, a single mother who regrets choosing marriage over education

In 2012, it was all joy, laughter and praises for 17 year old Monica Atong when she topped the list of the secondary school certificate...

The abandoned schools of Kapoeta

As primary 8 pupils sat for their final examinations early this month, many schools in the Greater Kapoeta areas in Eastern Equatoria state...

Senior university lecturer Dr. Edward Momo passes on

A senior lecturer at the University of Juba and a trainer at the Media Development Institute has passed on. (more…)

Poor funding, conflicts are barriers to education – ex-official

The lack of funding and political and communal conflicts are among the main factors hindering access to education in the country, a former...

PLE exam papers reach ‘opposition’ areas

UNICEF has confirmed the delivery of examination papers to primary eight candidates in seven counties where exams were postponed last...

PLE candidates who missed exams to begin on 15th February

The Ministry of General Education and Instruction has announced new dates for conducting primary 8 examinations for the pupils that had...

Nearly 1,000 PLE candidates to miss exams

Nearly 1,000 candidates will miss the Primary Leaving Examinations that commenced this morning across the country. (more…)

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