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Facebook adds labels identifying state-controlled media

Facebook will soon add labels to news outlets owned or otherwise controlled by a government, marking that information as, if not necessarily...

A big step forward! OneLamp, Uganda-based startup, gets Nest’s funding commitment.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Nest, an event designed for startups, has been  very active. The Nest is a...

South Sudan launches .SS

The Republic of South Sudan, the world's youngest nation located in East-Central Africa, is soon to launch domain name registrations under its...

Tech training at Rhino Camp

The Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement in northwest Uganda, not far from the border with South Sudan, is an unlikely spot to find...

Carry1st has $4M to invest in African mobile gaming

Gaming development startup Carry1st  has raised a $2.5 million seed round led by CRE Venture Capital. That brings the company’s total VC...

Rwandan Develops App For Easy Tracing Of #COVID-19 Candidates

The mobile application can be used at banks, supermarkets, restaurants, commercial buildings to digitally record data of every person and the data...

‘Fallout Shelter’ joins Tesla arcade in the latest software update

Nearly a year ago, Todd Howard, the director of Bethesda Games, said that the company’s “Fallout Shelter” game would be coming to...

Facebook and Instagram roll out Shops, turning business profiles into storefronts

Starting today, you’ll be able to browse and buy products directly from a business’ Facebook  Page or Instagram profile. Both Facebook...

Deploying technology to fight COVID-19 in Africa

COVID-19 appears to have pocketed the entirety of the human race as it threatens the whole world on a large scale. The...

Opera’s OPay still plans Africa expansion on Nigerian super app

Opera’s  Africa fintech startup OPay  remains committed to building a multi-service super app in Nigeria as the foundation to expand on the continent.

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Education ministry responded to Teacher’s demonstration in Jonglei state

Tomori, NCMP - A public statement was seen by NCMP released from the office of the undersecretary, Ministry of General Education and...


Tomori NCMP - About twelve (12) young men were picked by Jonglei State Police Commissioner Yesterday Morning in Bor Town market at...

International Day Of Peace 2020: Know Why Dove Is A Symbol Of Peace

World Peace Day is observed every year on September 21. A United Nations-designated day, it was first established in 1981.

What can UN International Day of Peace mean for South Sudan?

The determination, courage, and commitment of ordinary South Sudanese working to bring peace to war-torn South Sudan should be honored daily.

South Sudan National Team (Bright Stars) lost 1-0 to Al Rabita FC yesterday at Buluk Playground.

In its second practicing match, South Sudan National Team (Bright Stars) lost 1-0 to Al Rabita FC yesterday at Buluk Playground.
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