Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Informing and Influencing

a Fair, Equal and Empowered Citizenry in

South Sudan

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  • Hundreds of soldiers run for peace, human rights December 10, 2018
    About 500 members of the organized forces including UNMIS police and military  have taken part in a run for peace  and human rights in Juba today The race was to mark the  occasion of 70th anniversary of...
    Memoscar Lasuba
  • Traffic officers warned against crackdown on light-tinted vehicles December 10, 2018
    The police spokesperson has warned traffic officers unlawfully attacking motorists driving light tinted vehicles. This come after some motorists complained they were harassed and their cars impounded by some traffic police in Juba recently. Last...
    Obaj Shago
  • Women groups introduce new campaign slogan ‘Ma mara sakit’ December 9, 2018
    A group of women organisations have launched a campaign dubbed #Ma mara sakit , an Arabic word which literally means “I’m not just a woman”. In line with the 16 days of activism, the campaign was...
    Diing Magot
  • Parliament appeals to lawyers not to bend the law in favor of NGOs December 7, 2018
    The deputy chairperson for the standing specialized committee of Labour and Human resource development has appealed to lawyers not to interpret labor law in favor of NGOs. The Labor Bill was first presented to the National Parliament...
    Rosemary Peter
  • Taban’s group told to put house inorder December 7, 2018
    The SPLM chairman, President Salva Kiir has told Taban Deng Gai’s group to organize themselves first before they are allowed to rejoin the ruling party. The President made the remarks during the SPLM top leadership...
    Obaj Shago
  • Why top USAID official visited South Sudan? December 7, 2018
    In December 3rd, 2018, Jonathan Kamin of USAID’s Africa Bureau Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator was hosted by Eye Radio in Juba and he discussed the purpose of his visit to Africa and  South Sudan in...
    Koang Pal
  • S. Sudanese are “remarkable and resilient” people – USAID top official December 7, 2018
    Visiting USAID acting deputy assistant administrator for Africa bureau has said there is need for stability and long lasting peace in South Sudan to enable the citizens realise their potential. Jonathan Kamin has described South Sudanese as...
    Emmanuel Akile
  • Official wants to see more of Dr Atar December 6, 2018
    The minister of humanitarian affairs and disaster management is appealing to UN agencies and aid groups to encourage voluntarism in South Sudan. The call came during the celebration of the award-winning surgeon Dr. Evan Atar...
    Emmanuel Akile
  • SPLM chairperson says party is weak December 6, 2018
    The Chairperson of the SPLM has said the incumbent ruling party is weak because the members are divided. Salva Kiir, who is also the President, said different political ideologies and individual ambitions have caused the...
    Daniel Danis
  • MPs voluntary testing for HIV postponed December 6, 2018
    The voluntary HIV/AIDS testing of the members of the transitional parliament has been postponed to next week. The “leading by example” testing had been slated for today. It is also in an effort to help...
    Joakino Francis

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