19th June 2021
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DPOC employees call off their short-lived industrial strike

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 5 hours ago

The staff of the Dar Petroleum Operating Company have returned to work without resolving the issues that made them go on strike....

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: 6 hours ago

Motorists to witness continuous sluggish traffic on Juba Bridge

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No fuel, no newspapers – media body

All newspapers across the country have not printed new editions for the last 2 days due to fuel shortage, a media body has announced....

Army foils an attack on a town in Amadi state

Amadi State Minister of Information says the army repulsed an attack on Kediba town on Sunday night. (more…)

A chat with the ‘saviour of orphans’ the Machine Gun Preacher

The year is 1998, and Sam Childers arrives in Yei to help build houses damaged by the civil war in the small town of war-ravaged Southern...

Counsels demand promotions

Legal Counsels at the Ministry of Justice have complained that they have not been promoted for years now. (more…)

Judicial trouble: Q & A with a Justice

This week (starting Monday June 20, 2016) Justices, Judges and support staff working for the Judiciary of South Sudan are expected to go on...

Bor welcomes Eye Radio

The Minister of Information in Jonglei says the extension of Eye Radio broadcast to Bor offers a means of circulating messages of peace and...

How ‘Al Watani’ newspaper Chief Editor escaped attack

The Chief Editor of the Arabic daily newspaper 'Al Watani', Michael Christopher, says he escaped being attacked by a group of unknown armed...

UNSC renews sanctions against peace obstructors

The UN Security Council has renewed sanctions on those it says are blocking peace in South Sudan. (more…)

Eye Media launches weekly newspaper

The Eye Media has started publishing a weekly newspaper, The Eye, a sister publication of the Eye Radio. (more…)

Security shuts down The Citizen newspaper

Security closed down the Citizen Newspaper on Monday, Editor in Chief Nhial Bol has said. (more…)

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