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S. Sudan U-17 team lose to Uganda

The National U-17 team face a difficult task to make it to the semi-final of this year’s CECAFA AFCON zonal qualifier as they lost 1-6 to Uganda Cubs this afternoon. A poor first-half display from…

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New pact a chance for IDPs to return home

The peace deal presents an opportunity for the displaced people to return home, the head of UNMISS has said. Early this week, clashes erupted between two groups of IDPs at the Protection of Civilians’ site…

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VP asks ‘peace lovers’ to fund peace accord

The Vice President has called for donors’ support to finance the peace agreement to enable its speedy implementation. Dr. James Wani Igga made the appeal yesterday while making remarks during a conference on International Cooperation…

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Get education to live better life, Torit youth told

The Deputy Governor of Torit State has told young people in the state to get education to avoid mounting “roadblocks” to robtravelers of their valuables. Recently, state officials accused some youth of doing nothing all-day…

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‘Stop harmful sugar from entering S Sudan’

The Secretary-General of the Chamber of Commerce has appealed to the Bureau of Standards and the ministry of Trade to ensure that trucks of contaminated sugar allegedly destined for South Sudan do not enter the…

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Jubek asked to establish police post in Dolo

The commissioner of Dolo County in Jubek is asking the state government to establish a police post in the area. This comes after a series of attacks in the county, located roughly 32 kilometers north-west…

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Kiir tells governors to prepare to lose seats

President Salva Kiir has told the 32 governors to prepare for the coming of the Opposition to take over 14 states. The peace agreement has allocated 55 % seats for the government and 45 %…

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World urged to enforce sanctions after Jok’s China visit

The Sentry has urged the international community to enforce the sanctions against South Sudan and individual leaders in an effort to attain a sustainable peace in the country. The Sentry is a team of policy…

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160 injured in fighting at UN POC in Juba

At least 160 injured people are receiving treatment in Juba Teaching hospital following clashes between two groups of IDPs at the UN protection of civilians’ site in Juba. According to UNMISSS, the fighting erupted on…

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No media intimidated by security this year – Media Authority

There has been no incident of confrontation between National security and media houses for almost a year, says the Chairperson of the Media Authority. Elijah Alier said this is due to the operationalization of the…

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How state MPs can apply for car loan

Any state assembly that would like to be offered the government car loan should apply to the relevant institutions, says the chairperson of the information committee at the parliament. This is a response to the…

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Uganda police arrest 2 S. Sudanese over death of pastor

Police in Uganda have confirmed arrest of two South Sudanese refugees and a local evangelist for allegedly mobilizing a mob which lynched a pastor recently. The pastor, whom the police identified as Bunia Margret, was…

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Kenya beat S. Sudan’s U-17 team

The U-17 national team lost their second game in group B of Cecafa Zonal qualification for Africa nation’s cup to Kenya’s U-17 earlier on Tuesday. The young Bright Stars started on a brighter note but…

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S. Sudan ranked most dangerous for aid workers

The Norwegian Refugee Council has described as sad the ranking of South Sudan among the most dangerous countries for aid workers. In its report issued on Monday, Humanitarian Outcomes South Sudan tops the list of…

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Parties in Khartoum form committees to tackle outstanding issues

The parties to Khartoum peace talk have formed three committees to tackle the outstanding issues, said the government spokesperson. Nine days ago, the parties signed the deal of the governance and power sharing responsibilities. However,…

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MPs urged to summon those imposing illegal taxes

The Minister of Trade has called on the Transitional National Legislative Assembly to summon all entities and individuals accused of imposing illegal taxes on traders. Moses Hassan said these institutions and people are behind the…

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Current parliament will not accommodate increase in lawmakers’ number

The august house may be forced to hold its sessions outside the parliamentary building when the number of lawmakers’ increases, according to the information committee at the Transitional Parliament. The recently signed peace accord provides…

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Kiir announces plans to establish petroleum technology institute

President Salva Kiir has announced that plans are underway to establish an institute of Petroleum Technology and Applied Sciences at the University of Juba. President Kiir made the remark during the graduation ceremony of more…

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