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Mayor Happy with Konyo Konyo Fire
Written by Manyang David Mayar   
Monday, 12 March 2012 12:57

The Mayor of Juba, Mohammed Al-Haj Baballah, said he is the happiest man with the fire that gutted Konyo Konyo Market to ashes because it will now ease his work plan in demolishing squatters markets and replace them with modern structures.

“The fire outbreak has proved my campaign against corrugated iron sheet shops right”, he said. The Juba City boss condemned the Traders as ignorant people who have objected the City Council plan to build modern shops and now they must learnt the lessons the hardest

Women with disabilities call for recognition
Written by Denis Dumo   
Monday, 12 March 2012 12:48

The Chairperson for women with disabilities in Central Equatoria State CES, Suzan Ide Wilson has called on the government at all levels to recognize the rights of people with disabilities.

She urged that it is necessary for the physically disabled to be represented in the national and state parliaments. Susan made this statement during her participation in the cerebrations of the International women’s day held at Nyakuron Cultural Center in Juba last Thursday.

90 killed in Akobo
Written by Manyang David Mayar   
Monday, 12 March 2012 12:21

At least 90 people are reported killed and several others wounded in Akobo County in Jonglei State following an armed raid carried out by unknown gunmen on Friday 9, official sources in the State revealed to The Juba Post.

Reached by phone from Akobo, the Secretary to the County’s Commissioner, Mr. Pal Mai described the battle as heavy indicating that it started early in the morning and took the whole day to stop. He said the battle took place at a distance of 25 kilometers away from Akobo town.

UN Coomaraswamy visits Jonglei State
Written by Adaku Samuel   
Monday, 12 March 2012 12:26

The United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) for Children and Armed Conflict, Radhika Coomaraswamy has arrived South Sudan yesterday and expected to visit Jonglei State to participate in the launch of state-sponsored disarmament of civilians holding guns.

During her visit, she will witness the signing of an action plan which commits the government to ensure there are no children within the ranks of the Sudanese People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) and ensure orderly release of children still associated with SPLA.

Kiden calls on women to rise against armed violence
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 12 March 2012 11:53

On the 8th March, women from across South Sudan joined their counterparts in the world to mark the International Women’s Day with a call to end bloody conflicts in the country.

At an event in Juba the capital city of the new nation, a woman activist and MP in the National Assembly, Mary Kiden Kimbo, called on women to rise up against armed men killing women and children in cold blood.

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