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By Garang Abraham Malak, Juba-South Sudan


Deng Deng Hoc, South Sudan minister for Education

January 4, 2017 (SSB) —The ministry of General Education has announced the post-ponding of the South Sudan Secondary Examinations from January to 6th of March, the exams were supposed to start on the 6th of January but due to the delay of money made it to be pushed to March.

Addressing the press yesterday in the ministry of General Education, the Minister of General education Mr. Deng Deng Hoc stated that there were several reason as to why the examinations were post ponded to March.

“One was the delay of transfer of money from the ministry of Finance to the accounts of National Examination Council and also to the accounts of the two printing companies supplying the Council with Ink, paper and security envelopes, those reason forced the National Examination Council to post pond the examinations to March” Deng Explained



By Garang Abraham Malak, Juba-South Sudan


Taban Deng Gai, First Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan

January 3, 2017 (SSB) —- The First Vice President revealed that his predecessor Riek Machar will not be seen soon because he is being prevented from travelling to cause more trouble in the region.

Addressing Yei River State Citizens on New Year’s Eve, The First Vice president Taban Deng Gai stated that all the neighboring countries perceive Machar as a war monger after he declared war on South Sudan following the July fighting that forced him out of Juba.

“Riek Machar has been parked like a packed car without wheels,” he repeatedly told people in Yei,

Deng cited that “Time for conflict in South Sudan has ended, even for region has ended hence all regions say this is time for peace.”

“Riek Machar will not be seen again, He would be seen again in election if there is peace, if there is peace he will be seen again, if there is no peace Riek Machar will not be seen again,” he explained.


By Garang Abraham Malak, Juba-South Sudan


Edmunk Yakani, CEPO director

January 3, 2017 (SSB) —- The proposed National Dialogue is a popular call, by South Sudan citizens including the MPS, religious leaders, civil societies, academia and many more,  as one of the tools that can bring peace back to the young nation, with a hope that the dialogue with will bring the  people together.

In an interview with SSB, the executive director of Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) Edmunk Yakani stressed that that national will be effective if the patron-ship is neutral and if all the grassroots levels are reached.

“In my position if think national dialogue was a good idea of bringing back the war nation from turmoil to normality, we hope that the national dialogue will result positive only if it is opened, inclusive, freedom of expression in a manner that every individual can have a chase to have a say on what he/she thinks south sudan should look like whether in governance, public resources utilization.