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13 July 2016 | Comments (1)
A guard dog is one that is used to watch out for and guard against unwanted people or animals. It is discriminating; so, it does not attack familiar people, such as its owner’s family or other pets. Read more
08 July 2016 | Comments (0)
A US-based advocacy group is continuously educating South Sudanese religious leaders and its citizens about the contents of the August peace agreement between government and the SPLM-IO. Read more
24 June 2016 | Comments (1)
Prices of commodities in Eastern Equatoria region have continued to skyrocket forcing families frustrates and resorting to having a meal a day. Read more
23 June 2016 | Comments (0)
"... Fellow South Sudanese! What can I say and can I express myself better! To begin with..., where shall we buy diplomats, peacemakers, peace specialists or those with skills to restore peace and stability/tranquillity for us in our country?..." Read more
22 June 2016 | Comments (0)
With many South Sudanese looking for jobs particularly the youth, some have even given up looking. A tight job market, the skills gap between what employers want and what prospective employees have to offer have kept jobseekers on the sidelines. Read more
22 June 2016 | Comments (0)
“By the way, for your information, get it right from me the truth..! We the street boys are not joking here but we honestly serve our families. We struggle to collect some part of the money to them in which in turn, use it to purchase our foodstuffs for our homes' welfare...." Read more
20 June 2016 | Comments (0)
Lelere villagers in Torit County, gathered on Saturday to remember the day the youth flogged two community members for failing to construct pit latrines for their homes. Read more
14 June 2016 | Comments (0)
A South Sudanese who fled to America as a refugee due to the war of the 1990s has returned to South Sudan as a missionary with many church sponsored developmental projects to help rebuild the nation. Read more
30 May 2016 | Comments (3)
The Principle of Juba College of Nursing and Midwifery (JCONAM), Petronilla Wawa Habib looks at training midwives as one of the ways to enhance reduction of deaths related to pregnancy cases. Read more
26 May 2016 | Comments (0)
“I do not have enough drawing materials as I don’t make meaningful returns from this undertaking. I get less than 100 SSP at the end of the day although sometimes I am able to save something when I make up to 1,000 SSP,” Read more
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