15th June 2024
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South Sudan, EAC counterparts agree to ease trade

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Trade officials and diplomats from South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya have agreed to work on mechanisms to ease trade between the neighboring...

Author: | Published: Thursday, June 13, 2024

South Sudan lags behind as EAC counterparts table budgets

Published: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Thorny shrubs hamper livelihoods in Kapoeta

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University of Juba students protest access restrictions

Students at the University of Juba have staged protests against the recent decision by university to restrict access to those who have not ...

We have failed the country – VP Nyandeng

The country’s leaders have failed the citizens particularly the youth to providing basic services, the Vice-president for Gender and...

Why transit goods are stranded at Nimule border

Transit goods are stranded at the border as importers ponder over the introduction of new tariffs by the government, clearing agents at ...

Makuei asks citizens to help gov’t fix economy

The minister of information has admitted that the government alone can't fix the economy, saying citizens should not “wait for the...

Politicians urged to leave financial institutions alone

A legislator of the yet-to-be reconstituted national parliament has told politicians to desist from interfering with the work of...

Unity residents call off strike

The communities living in oil-producing areas in Unity State have called off their protests after reportedly reaching a deal with the ...

Gov’t recommends all transactions be done in SSP

The committee tasked with studying the hyperinflation in the country has recommended that all transactions within South Sudan should be...

Covid-19 testing at border points hurts regional trade

The East African Business Council has urged the partner states to end testing for coronavirus at border points, to increase trade....

Residents of oil-producing areas demand services

Residents of some oil-producing areas in Unity State have staged peaceful protests, demanding the provision of essential services by an oil...

Gov’t to inject hard currency into dying economy

The government is planning to inject into the market more hard currency to rescue the ailing economy, the Minister of Information says....

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