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22 September 2018 | Comments (0)
"Loneliness imposes writing or reading on me. To others it imposes robbery on them or other forms of subversion...Football stadiums have been radicalised by the female gender. Football is no longer a male domain or the preserve of people with balls." Read more
06 August 2016 | Comments (0)
South Sudan was admitted and became member one of the Olympic Team Countries recently. They are currently for the first time participating in Rio 2016 Olympics’ Games with a small team of athletes. Read more
05 February 2016 | Comments (0)
A fashion show and modeling event was held in Nimule, on Saturday to identify the best fashion model to represent the country in upcoming competitions in the region. Read more
02 February 2016 | Comments (0)
“I want to talk about early marriage. In our country South Sudan, early marriage is the biggest problem facing the progress of young girls. It is very common that parents think that if a girl is married off, they will get [wealth] dowry.” Read more
22 August 2014 | Comments (0)
Many South Sudanese today have embarked on internet usage, making it a new potential source of livelihood for those who provide the service of setting up internet on phones. Read more
12 January 2014 | Comments (0)
Villa United Football Club which qualified for the reconciliation league has this week resumed their training after they took a break during the festive season. Read more
11 January 2014 | Comments (0)
Torit Local Football Association (TLFA) is set to conduct general elections for new executive body to handle football competition activities in, officials announced. Read more
10 January 2014 | Comments (0)
A youth competition supported by the Episcopal Church of South Sudan has concluded in Nzara Diocese, Western Equatoria State, with youth being urged to unite and advocate for peace. Read more
31 December 2013 | Comments (0)
Yei community leaders have agreed to hold the New Year celebrations tomorrow, urging citizens not to fear celebrating due to the current clashes in some parts of the country. Read more
17 December 2013 | Comments (0)
Bahr El Ghazal University students have staged demonstrations against the order issued out by the Dean of Students Affairs, Stephen Gum, preventing them from wearing miniskirts and trousers in the campus. Read more
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