Civil society urges gov’t to exempt food items from taxation

Obaj Shago | Apr 28th, 2017

The South Sudan Civil Society Alliance is urging the government to issue tax exemptions on food items being imported from the neighboring countries.

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Measles vaccination to start in May

Ray Okech | April 27th, 2017

The Director of immunization at the National Ministry of Health is urging all parents to take their children for its planned measles vaccination that will start next week.

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Why judges threaten a pay strike

Emmanuel Akile | April 24th, 2017

At a news conference Thursday, the justices, and judges announced an open strike in demand for better pay and working conditions. They also called for the resignation of Chief Justice Chan Reech, over failure to…

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Teachers to receive $40 in monthly incentive

Joakino Francis | April 24th, 2017

Teachers in South Sudan will receive a monthly incentive of 40 US dollars at the end of this month. The European Union Impact Project will implement the project for a period of 18 months. Last…

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MTC: Training job creators, not seekers

Moses Legge | April 19th, 2017

The deputy director for administration and finance at Multiservice Training Center, Martin Lugala Tumba speaks about vocational training center in Juba.

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