Chinese oil firm accused of unfair treatment in Paloch

Some staff of the China National Logging Corporation have accused the company of failing to implement a ministerial order which directed it to pay them in dollars, among other demands. In July this year, the employees of the oil firm laid down their tools after the company allegedly failed to respond to their demands. They […]

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Almost half of South Sudanese youth don’t change their underwear daily

ALMOST 50 per cent of people in South Sudan don’t change their underwear every day, according to a disturbing survey. The research revealed that 45 per cent have worn the same pair of briefs for two days or longer. Even worse, 13 per cent of those surveyed admitted that they’d sported the same undies for […]

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Man handed 25 years for gang-rape, infecting victim with STI

A Nakuru Court has sentenced a man who was part of a gang that raped a 49-year-old woman and infected her with sexual transmitted disease- to 25-years imprisonment. Senior Resident Magistrate Yvonne Khatambi handed Charles Keitany the jail term after the court found him guilty of gang-raping the woman with others not before court on […][……]

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Suspected criminals arrest in Juba, Nzara

Authorities in Jubek and Gbudue States have arrested 13 individuals suspected of committing various crimes in separate incidents in Juba and Nzara. Police in Juba on Wednesday arrested six people accused of various crimes in the capital. Officers from the Criminal Investigation Department apprehended the suspect with stolen items such as phones, laptop, ladies’ handbags […]

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U.S questions Kiir, Machar’s leadership ability

The U.S government has called into question the ability of President Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar to lead South Sudan after it said the two leaders failed to form a government of national unity on November 12 as expected. A statement by the State Department mentioned that the Trump administration will review its relationship […]

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