President Salva Kiir has instructed the new Minister of Petroleum not to demand or accept oil advances before the actual sale of South Sudan’s crude oil to the international market. Kiir says the government should only receive money that is generated from the oil sale and not loans. Recently, the International Monetary Fund said South […]
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News which is currently making round on social media shows a South Sudanese man speaking angrily to his family members after he came back from America only to discover the worst. According to the report, the man who is from Jonglei state has been in America for the past 13 years, and he’s been sending money […]
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The transitional national legislative assembly has summoned five governors over insecurity in their respective states. These are governors of Ruweng, Twic, Gogrial, Tonj and Northern Liech states. Last month, dozens were killed and thousands displaced in separate inter-state conflicts. Thousands of cattle were also reportedly looted during the clashes. The latest incident occurred in Twic […]
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Jonglei state government says it is investigating the recent alleged police brutality against school children in Bor Town. On Wednesday, police opened fire on protesting pupils and students of Royal High and Primary boarding and day School, wounding two. The protests reportedly revolved around poor teaching methods and bad boarding conditions. The peaceful protest reportedly […]
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Six point nine million people in South Sudan will face high levels of food insecurity by the end of next month. This is according to the Food and Agriculture Organization, the United Nations Children’s Fund and the World Food Program. The three UN agencies based their warning on the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification or […]
ADJUMANI, UGANDA – Uganda hosts Africa’s largest refugee population – one and a quarter million people, with two-thirds having fled conflict in South Sudan. Last year’s peace deal raised hopes for some South Sudanese that they could soon return home. But the fragile peace has discouraged many from leaving Uganda’s refugee camps, despite struggles for […]
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KAMPALA, UGANDA – A second person infected with the Ebola virus has died in Uganda, the health ministry said Thursday, after a family exposed to the disease quietly crossed the border from Congo. The first cross-border cases in this Ebola outbreak — the second-deadliest in history — have prompted a World Health Organization expert committee […]
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The Inspector of Police in Torit has confirmed to Eye radio that the prison officer suspected of rape is now in their custody. On Wednesday, a relative of the 20-year-old woman who was sexually assaulted reported that the suspect identified as Sergeant-Major Daniel Sebit – had evaded police detention twice. This created fear among the […]
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Authorities in Southern Liech State are appealing to the national government to help them with more police personnel. Southern Liech borders Northern Liech to the north, Western Bieh to the east, Jonglei to the south-east, Eastern Lakes to the south, Western Lakes to the south-west, and Tonj to the west. According to the state minister […]
Unconfirmed reports shows that several South Sudanese have been killed in the latest crackdown on protesters in the Sudan. Recently, Human rights charity Amnesty International say they have evidence that the Sudanese government military forces are committing serious crimes against the protesters. According to a South Sudanese human rights activist based in Khartoum, the military […]
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National MPs have criticized the decision to have the office of the president supervise the road construction. In March, South Sudan and Shandong High-Speed group of companies signed a 700-million-dollar deal to be paid gradually through the lifting of 30,000 barrels of crude oil per day to cover the cost of the road works. This […]
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Health authorities have appealed to VIPs to undergo Ebola screening upon arrival in the country just like everyone else. The Ministry of health, with support from its partners, launched the second Ebola Preparedness Plan after confirmation of two cases in Uganda’s Kasese District, near DR Congo. This places South Sudan in critical position because it […]
Juba city metro fiber launched Vertigo communication Limited on Wednesday launched Juba city Metro fiber at the Ministry of information, Telecommunications, technology and postal services in Gumbo. The launched that was witnessed by the line Ministry under the leadership of Michael Makuei will see Juba city Enjoy reliable internet soon and “Deng Biar” the C.E.O of […]
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The commissioner-general of the national revenue authority has rubbished claims that the institution is involved in corruption. This comes after some unnamed government officials accused Dr. Olympio Attipoe, a Ghanaian national, of diverting money to his personal offshore accounts. Dr. Attipoe was appointed last year by President Salva Kiir to reform the non-oil sector and […]
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The Carter Center says it is investigating the reported guinea worm case in Gbudue State. Yesterday, a family told Eye Radio that its 3-year-old child has been affected by the disease at Saura, an area situated about 9 kilometers north of Yambio town. Guinea-worm disease is a parasitic infection by the Guinea worm. A person […]
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The just amended national security service Act, 2014 which was handed over to the ministry of justice this morning still gives the blue house the power to arrest anyone without arrest warrant. An arrest warrant is a document issued by a judge or magistrate that authorizes the police to take someone accused of a crime […]
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A suspected rapist on the loose in Torit has displaced a family that had reported him to authorities after accusing him of sexually assaulting their daughter last month. The man is identified as Sergeant-Major Daniel Sebit – a prisons officer working at the Torit Central Prison. A member of the family, John James (real name […]
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The president Kiir has appointed a new petroleum minister, removing Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth and Awou Daniel Chuang who served as the Director General of the oil ministry has been appointed as the new oil minister; Hot in Juba presents facts about the new minister: Education Background 1995 BSc. (Honours) in Chemical Engineering, University of Khartoum, […]
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