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South Sudan to reprint own currency...

South Sudan to reprint own currency – Official

JUBA – A senior official at the ministry of finance and economic planning has disclosed that South Sudan government might resort to reprinting its currency to double the effort in fighting inflation and shortage of hard currencies needed to keep the government businesses and to execute... FULL STORY »

MTN switches on $76m expansion proj...

MTN switches on $76m expansion project

LOBONOK, South Sudan – The MTN Base Transmission Station switched on by Vice President Wani Igga on Saturday, is one of 161 new sites ready to go on air, followed by modernization of 147 existing bases – a process the company said will make it the largest network during this... FULL STORY »

IRC received 2,575 cartons of Plump...

IRC received 2,575 cartons of Plumpy Nut from UNICEF

JUBA – Nearly 500,000 vulnerable children in the South Sudan have received emergency supplementary feeding support from the #irc. In the past few months, the country and its environment have been significantly affected by the ongoing conflict. The IRC, after carrying out a rapid assessment,... FULL STORY »

President Kiir approves 1000 tracto...

President Kiir approves 1000 tractors for farmers

JUBA – President of the Republic of South Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit said his government is injecting one thousand tractors to the farmers across the ten States in this agricultural season, to boost food security in the Country.   The president made this announcement on Wednesday during the... FULL STORY »

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EBONY CENTER FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES KICKS OFF ITS FIRST ANNUAL ECONOMIC POLICY WEEK IN JUBA

Juba – The #ebony Center for strategic studies (ECSS) has started the first Annual economic policy week in Juba, under the theme: “Cash transfer” of oil revenue sharing as a... FULL STORY »

China will help build new airport in Juba: Information Minister says

JUBA – South Sudan said on Friday China would help build a new airport in the capital Juba, completing a project that has highlighted the government’s struggle to execute... FULL STORY »

Pipeline via Lamu to cost $3 billion, construction to begin in June next year

JUBA – The construction of an alternate oil pipeline to the Kenyan port of Lamu is set to begin in June 2013, according to officials at Finance and Energy Ministries in the... FULL STORY »

Inflation prone Juba tops other South Sudanese cities in the rise of cost of basic commodi...

JUBA – The National Bureau of Statistics (SSNBS) have released a rising inflation numbers for basic goods around the Country, putting the capital city, Juba at all time... FULL STORY »

North Sudanese nationals to leave jobs for South Sudanese –...

JUBA– The Ministry of Labour and  Human Resource development in the government of South Sudan has directed various agencies and resource sectors in South Sudan to implement the... FULL STORY »

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