Author: One Citizen Daily Newspaper

Minister Awut boosts education reform

By Bida Elly David   National Minister of General Education and Instructions drives to improve education sector through construction of more public schools in the country. Awut Deng Acuil disclosed her plan on Tuesday during her visit to Northern Bahr-Al-Ghazal State on the mission to assess education projects in the[Read More…]

Returnees face catastrophic conditions-RRC

By Hou Akot Hou   Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC) is urgently appealing for assistance to over 700 households residing in makeshift shelters in Rumaker Village, Aweil East County, Northern Bahr El Ghazal State. Mr. Angelo Deng Akol, Deputy Chairperson of the RRC, revealed the dire situation during a press[Read More…]

Gov’t unveils measures to control prices

By Kidega Livingstone   National Ministry of Trade and Industry and its line institutions have unveiled measures to control the runaway inflation characterized by the weakening of the South Sudanese Pounds, triggering commodity price hikes in the markets. In recent days, the populace, including government officials, witnessed a staggering increase[Read More…]

Forecast predicts wetter conditions for Greater Horn of Africa

By ’Dogga Morris Luwo   The IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC) has released its March to May 2024 seasonal forecast, revealing a higher probability of wetter-than-normal conditions across most parts of the Greater Horn of Africa. According to the forecast, several countries are expected to experience increased rainfall[Read More…]

Top NAS officers join gov’t

By William Madouk   A high-ranking officer of the National Salvation Front (NAS), led by General Thomas Cirilo, defected from the group to the government. Operations commander Col. Joseph Lasu Laila, under the command of Lt. Gen. John Kenyi Loburon, said he forsakes rebellion under Gen. Thomas and accepts President[Read More…]

The economy is what the lives of people rely on, without a functioning economy people live in a degrading situation. The economy is confined to production, distribution and trade, including consumption of goods and services. According to economic literature, economy is also a collection or combination of factors like education,[Read More…]

Parliamentary committees’ term ends

By Bida Elly David   The terms of specialized committee chairpersons and deputies within the Revitalized Transitional Legislative Assembly (R-TNLA) have officially ended, creating anticipation for their replacements or potential retention. According to the house order, these positions have a two-year term limit, with the possibility of extension based on[Read More…]

The Myth of Equality: As a man, you should accompany your wife for antenatal services

  By Lisok James Moses Antenatal care or services can be defined as the care a woman or women gets from health professionals during their pregnancy period. Sometimes it’s called pregnancy care or maternity care. During the pregnancy period, the expectant mother will be offered appointments with a midwife or[Read More…]