17th January 2021
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Education

Min.Finance to pay lecturers from non-oil revenue

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Wednesday, January 13, 2021

A senior official at the ministry of finance says plans are underway to pay the salaries and arrears of academic staff of the public...

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Friday, January 8, 2021

Upper Nile University staff threaten ‘industrial action’ if arrears not paid

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Thursday, January 7, 2021

Striking Bahr el Ghazal University lecturers accuse administration of intimidation

Published: Monday, December 28, 2020

Fire destroys Abyei community radio

Published: Friday, December 25, 2020

Ethiopia-based students stranded in Juba

Published: Thursday, December 24, 2020

Children receive radio sets for distance learning

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Schools won’t reopen anytime soon

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University of Juba switches to e-learning amidst Covid-19 uncertainty

The University of Juba is set to start providing online lessons next month to ensure students continue learning during the coronavirus...

Aweil schoolgirls accuse teachers of stealing their motivational cash

Some schoolgirls in Aweil town of Northern Bahr el Ghazal State are complaining that they are receiving only about one third of the...

Prof. Lo Liyong reinstated, fined 3 months’ salary

A renowned lecturer who was suspended from the University of Juba in February has been reinstated. (more…)

Stuck in hostels, S.Sudanese students in Uganda cry for help

South Sudanese students stranded in Uganda due to the coronavirus lockdown have appealed to the government to evacuate them, saying they...

Rising teenage pregnancies blamed on school closure

Teenage pregnancies and child marriages are increasing across the country due to the closure of schools, the ministry of education has...

Schools cautioned against reopening

The undersecretary at the Ministry of General Education and Instructions has warned public and private schools against reopening amid the...

Juba school’s reopening angers parents

Parents across the country have strongly criticized some private schools for reopening despite a lockdown on learning institutions due to ...

Concerns over rising teenage pregnancies as schools remain shut

The Ministry of General Education and Instructions has raised concerns over the increase in teenage pregnancies due to the closure of...

Long distance learning to benefit few students-activist

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

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