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Over-reliance on oil. A threat to economic prosperity

South Sudan’s economy is one of the world’s weakest and most underdeveloped, with South Sudan having little existing infrastructure, electricity, running water, poor health care, education and not to mention the highest maternal mortality and female illiteracy rates in the world. South Sudan over-dependence on oil export is worrisome and may lead to economic disaster […]

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Department of Immigration and Passport of South Sudan is failing to deliver services to Junubin

Author: Atem (hatem_gil@yahoo.com) South Sudan is on its way to recovery after the peace signed by the warring parties who have accepted to settle their animosities for the sake of the nation and its extremely exciting since peace has finally been given a chance . With that said , there is a question that need […]

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Meet Adut M Deng

Adut M Deng, is a South Sudanese who has a vision for her country. The 19 year old is a loyalist and patriot who has too much love for her country. Deng is currently running a project called “Mission for Better South Sudan” and that’s…

We Want A United South Sudan

We want a united south Sudan, we want south Sudan in peace, and we want a south Sudan for all of us, we need to raise our voices to say; “together everything is possible”. My fellow south Sudanese citizens, the peace celebration on 31 of October  shoul…

Federalism does not deserve war in S. Sudan

By Roger Alfred Yoron Modi Last week, the National Salvation Front (NAS) which a member of the South Sudan Opposition Alliance SSOA denied that it was party to the Agreement on Outstanding Issues of Governance signed on August 5th in Khartoum, Sudan as part of the Igad-led revitalization of the 2015 ARCSS aimed at ending […]

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5 men arrested for stealing goats in Bor Town

Bor town

The police in Bor town of South Sudan’s former Jonglei State have arrested 5 men in connection to the theft of goats around the town. Speaking to Radio Tamazuj on Wednesday, Johnson Thon Reng, the director for Bor Town Police operations said the men are also accused of slaughtering and selling meat from the stolen […]

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South Sudan government to hire Tanzanian teachers to teach Kiswahili

kiswahili

The incumbent minister of General Education and Instruction Deng Deng Hoc Yai says the ministry is planning to hire teachers from Tanzania who will teach Kiswahili in South Sudan. Swahili has been adopted as the official language for the East African Community (EAC), of which South Sudan is its latest member after it deposited the […]

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South Sudanese Pounds gain against US Dollars as peace talks progress

The Khartoum Declaration of Agreement reached by South Sudan’s parties has brought a positive mood of peace to the country, with the South Sudan Pound started gaining against the dollars. Several traders in Juba told juba Xposed that the South Sudanese Pound has shown signs of appreciation against the US dollar today at the black […]

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If you marry a slay queen, be ready to pay the price

Slay queens is a trending word nowadays often used to refer to classy and stylish women. Most girls accompany their edited photos on social media with #slaying or #slayqueen. They are girls who love fashion and go by trends. They take care of themselves and mind their appearance. A slay queen is a girl most […]

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South Sudan’s female basketball player defies obstacles to become good coach

Suzan Awal Samuel, a talented basketball player from South Sudan, has nurtured her skills in the elite sporting genre since her childhood days despite fierce resistance from her patriarchal society that hardly recognize the positive contributions of the girl child. The 25-year-old has an undying love for basketball compared to other sports she played since […]

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Meet software engineer set to revolutionize South Sudan’s ICT industry

Perhaps the greatest amusement of many would be how South Sudan would grow to be a great technology hub in the East African region after series of political instability witnessed in the past, creating a hostile environment for technological enhancements. But that should not the case anymore, thanks to Mading Roben Maluk, an IT and […]

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A response to Gordon Buay’s attack on my step-mother – Lucy Ayak

By Anei Malong Awan Dear Ambassador, I am writing to respond to your uncalled-for attack on my step-mother, Madam Lucy Ayak. As diplomat, you know very well that your service falls under the rubric of external relations. You know very well that you have no business commenting in internal affairs. I also know that had […]

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South Sudan FA president meets CAF president

President of South Sudan Football Association, Francis Amin was received in audience on Tuesday 10th October 2017 by CAF President, M. Ahmad. It was at the headquarters of the Confederation Africaine de Football in Cairo. For the occasion, he was accompanied by Venancio Amum and Anthony John Lauro, respectively Vice-President and Secretary General of the […]

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