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Abandon cultural norms that dis-empower women, girls – justice

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Friday, March 6, 2020

Cultural norms that undermine the rights of women and girls should be abandoned to empower women to achieve their goals, a judge...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Exit EAC or conduct referendum, Dr Okuk suggests

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Monday, March 2, 2020

Advocate criticizes financial offer to MPs

Published: Monday, March 2, 2020

Advocate criticizes financial offer to MPs

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National Dialogue committee to be sworn in next week

President Salva Kiir has said that members of the steering committee of the National Dialogue will take oath of office early next week so...

Report says Juba has been calm for the last 4 months

A report released by a South Sudanese civil society group indicates that Juba has been relatively calm in the last four months....

Press Freedom: Journalists decry harassment and arrests

The Union of Journalists of South Sudan (UJOSS) has called for better protection of journalists, ahead of the World Press Freedom Day...

SPLA says security forces not leaving Juba streets

The security forces deployed in Juba will remain on some streets in Juba as long as what he calls 'national security' threat in form of...

Ban Ki-moon says a global united front needed to safe South Sudan

The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says a lack of global solidarity has led to continued violence in South Sudan. (more…)

SPLA to introduce road escort service

The SPLA general headquarters says it will soon introduce security escort service on major roads. (more…)

US concerned about S Sudan activists

The United States says it is deeply concerned by what it calls “South Sudanese government’s increasing efforts to silence” civil...

Juba Monitor Editor-in-Chief Alfred Taban says ready for trials

The Editor in Chief of the Juba Monitor, Alfred Taban says he is ready to appear in court for any case filed against him, just days after...

The alleged Troika letter: Eye Radio reacts

President Salva Kiir’s Presidential spokesperson has backtracked on his earlier statement he made to Eye Radio that Troika submitted a...

Feature: Kiir-Riek op-ed raises dust

Which way for accountability and reconciliation: A hybrid court or a truth and reconciliation commission? Or both? (more…)

How Dr Marial lost his job

“.......the University of Juba is an independent academic institution which employs nationals and non-nationals like Dr Luka Biong Deng...

Marial denies calling Biong Sudanese

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr Barnaba Marial Benjamin, has clarified that his reference to Dr Luka Biong, who hails from Abyei, as a...

Media urges gov’t to probe attack on journalists

The Association of Media Development and the Union of Journalists have urged the Ministries of Information and Justice to investigate...

National Security confirms detention of journalist

The chairman of the Union of Journalists of South Sudan says National Security officials have given him assurances of the safety of...

Senior Journalist with New York Times gives opinion on South Sudan

A senior journalist with the New York Times says the international community feels the people of South Sudan have not learned from the...

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