by Clement Maring Samuel Swaka Yibi in Kampala, UGANDA - 28 APR 2019 "Journalists suffer like Pastors and they die poor like Pastors and like John Garang. The day I first met late Alfred Taban Logune was in Khartoum in his house at Redimiya after he was released from prison. I was studying together with … Continue reading Hon. Alfred Taban Logune, May your perfect soul rest in eternal peace…
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by Fedrick Pitia from Terekeka, SOUTH SUDAN - 25 APR 2019
Malaria is common disease in South Sudan [ REPOST from World Health Organization - who.int ] Key facts Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. It is preventable and curable. In 2017, there were an estimated 219 million cases of malaria … Continue reading “Zero malaria starts with me” – World Malaria Day / 25 April 2019
Best wishes to all of our brothers, sisters, friends and the families in every conner of the world, be blessed with home filled with harmony, joy and love. Greetings from Mundari in Terekeka, SOUTH SUDAN
[ REPOST from Harvesters Reaching the Nations@Facebook - 9 APR 2019 ] "Our Petia Marino, who is currently attending St. Steven's Secondary School, took 1st place in S-1 class debate last week and will be competing against the winner of S-2 class this Thursday." MUNDARI ONLINE REVIEWS Believe ourselves, WE CAN! SOUTH SUDANESE CAN!
by Kenyi D. Legge and Federicko Pitia - Terekeka, SOUTH SUDAN - 1 APR 2019 HE. Governor of Terekeka state Jacob Gore Samuel and HE. Governor of Central Equatoria state Peter Wani Elia from opposition side comes together yesterday (31 MAR 2019) for celebration of building trust signing of revitalize peace agreement. It's a colorful day … Continue reading Peace oyeeeeeeeee