24th September 2020
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Leaders have stolen over $36m since 2016 – UN

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 10 hours ago

The United Nations Human Rights Commission has accused some politicians and senior government officials of siphoning off at least $36...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 11 hours ago

Policeman shoots dead two ex-gov’t officials

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: 13 hours ago

Ugandan traders lied about amount Juba owes them – report

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Outstanding issues on Abyei

An agreement has been reached over some of the outstanding issues surrounding the future of the contested Abyei region. Last night, in the...

100 million US dollars for Rumbek Airport

The government has approved 100 million dollars to ensure that Rumbek Airport in Lakes reaches international standards. (more…)

Training for visually impared

The Union of Visually Impaired People is appealing to the government to assist them with computer training equipment. (more…)

Magwi-Lobone Road

Eastern Equatoria State government says that the construction of Magwi Lobone road is still delayed as the authority tendering for a...

Sudanese Traders Killed

The South Sudan Army has condemned the killing of 11 Sudanese traders in Renk County in Upper Nile last Tuesday by armed men believed to be...

Northern Bahr El Ghazal on Staff

Northern Bahr El Ghazal State Ministry of Public Service and Human Resources Development has given a one week ultimatum to all...

Mosque in Warrap

Authorities in Warrap State have suspended the construction of a Mosque in Kuajok town after residents in the area rejected its...

SHE/IGP on Press Freedom

A leading female journalist is calling for a greater protection from the police, especially in the absence of any media laws in the...

DDR on Pension

The bill which will enable all ranks and files of the armed forces to receive pension based on their contributions since January 9, 2005 is...

Arrest of Michael Koma

The Juba Monitor Newspaper says one of its senior editors has been arrested by the security in Juba. The Managing Editor, Michael Koma was...

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