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Now an accountant, learning under South Sudan’s trees did not stop Richard from pursuing his dream

I still vividly remember my excitement in 1997 when a local chief announced the reopening of a primary school which was closed...

How Uganda’s coronavirus curfew is claiming lives

The last words Evelyn Namulondo said to her elder sister, Jennifer, were: “It’s over, I am going to die.” It was 15...

DESTROYING ‘THE HOUSE OF INSOMNIA’ UNDER THE WEIGHT OF J1

DENG DIAR DIING - As someone who witnessed impunity first-hand when my club, The House of Insomnia, was demolished on a command...

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THE QUARANTINO AND COVIDIOT GAMES PROJECT

The world is locked down by the Covid-19 pandemic. It is breaking down societal fabrics like social gatherings and socio-economic activities.

Hundreds of Inmates Escape Uganda Prison

Police, army and prison personnel in Uganda are searching for more than 200 inmates who escaped from a maximum security prison Wednesday...

FACEBOOK WATCH: WATER CRISIS HIT JUBA

Water tankers in Juba are on strike a move staged to hike water prices. A normal barrel of water used to...

South Sudan teachers not paid for 13 months, set off strikes in Jonglei State

High school teachers in Jonglei State are protesting in demand of about 19 million South Sudanese pounds that should have been paid...

Rwanda: Tanzania, Rwanda to Resolve Cross Border Trade Hurdles

TANZANIA and Rwanda have agreed to meet at the end of this month to discuss and address various bottlenecks that impede smooth...
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