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Govt urged to embrace biometric system or lose World Bank support

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The Minister of Public Service and Human Resource Development said the government should commit to implementing the biometric payroll...

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Official urges working youth to shun extravagant spending

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Trade ministry eyes import subsidies as cost-of-living bites

Published: Thursday, February 22, 2024

Trade ministry eyes import subsidies as cost-of-living bites

Published: Thursday, February 22, 2024

South Sudan introduces first-ever biometric payment system

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Govt urged to embrace biometric system or lose World Bank support

The Minister of Public Service and Human Resource Development said the government should commit to implementing the biometric payroll...

Official urges working youth to shun extravagant spending

The Undersecretary in the Ministry of Youth and Sports has encouraged young entrepreneurs to exercise financial discipline and resist the...

Trade ministry eyes import subsidies as cost-of-living bites

The Minister of Trade and Industry says the government is working with the private sector to import goods to be sold at a cheaper price,...

South Sudan introduces first-ever biometric payment system

The South Sudan government has introduced a World Bank-funded biometric payment system for effective data management and initiating an...

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South Sudan's Chief Justice has urged the Ministry of Public Services and Human Resource Development to address fictitious names and...

NCA to audit employment, revoke work permits, secure jobs for youth

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Gov’t to increase water tariffs at Juba filling stations next month

The South Sudan Urban Water Corporation is set to increase water tariffs at filling stations to 200 pounds per drum next month, citing...

NCA warns Telecom companies of penalties for discriminating users

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