Justice Khalid Mohamed Abdalla, President of the Court of Appeal in Greater Upper Nile.

Gov’t to meet demands of striking judges

Alhadi Hawari | Jun 24th, 2016

The judges and justices who are on strike say the government has agreed to meet some of their demands during negotiations with the Presidential Advisor for Legal Affairs.

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Hungry Juba teacher collapses in class

Obaj Shago | June 20th, 2016

When Usaz Michael Khamis woke up one June morning, he thought it would just be like any other day of work. Little did he know he would wake up from a different bed – a…

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Judges raise red flag over pay

Mabior Philip | June 20th, 2016

It started with the doctors at the Juba teaching hospital, followed by those in Wau and Tambura. All those are from service institutions.

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Judicial trouble: Q & A with a Justice

Daniel Danis | June 20th, 2016

This week (starting Monday June 20, 2016) Justices, Judges and support staff working for the Judiciary of South Sudan are expected to go on an open strike. This means any court proceedings or hearing that…

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