Emmanuel Bida

the archive

NoneGovernment orders indefinite closure of schools due to heatwave

Due to severe heat waves, the government has ordered the indefinite closure of schools countrywide to protect students from high temperatures with a joint...

NoneUN Security Council extends UNMISS mandate to sustain peace efforts

UN Security Council extends UN Mission in South Sudan's mandate, emphasizing continued commitment to peace and stability in the country.

NoneBari has the highest brideprice in South Sudan, study finds

Study reveals Bari tops South Sudan with highest brideprice, averaging $400 per head of cattle, shedding light on economic strains and gender implications.

NoneJCC, Juba Diocesan Model students collaborate to create zebra crossing

JDMSS Interact Club and JCC Intrusive Club unite to paint zebra crossing for safer streets in Juba, emphasizing the importance of youth-led community initiatives....

NoneGovernor promises to cover university fees for young artist who drew his portrait

Governor Adil meets young artist Mayen Kuol Mayen at his office and promises to pay his full university tuition

NoneLainya commissioner offers 20 students full scholarships to study at Kuda University

The commissioner of Central Equatoria’s Lainya County, Emmanuel Khemis Richard, has generously offered fully-funded scholarships to twenty students from his county to study at...

NoneBlaze engulfs Transway Petrol Station in Wau market, cause unknown

Fire engulfs Transway Petrol Station in Wau market near Mayo Primary School, with authorities investigating the cause as damage assessment continues.

NoneYei fan says Juba-based Woja Music doesn’t know how to perform

Attendee critiques Woja Music's stage performance at Made in Yei Festival.

NoneStaying trouble-free amidst increased police presence for Juba’s Christmas celebrations

The South Sudan National Police Service has deployed over 3,000 officers throughout the city of Juba in anticipation of the upcoming Christmas and New...

NoneTusker’s OktobaFest suffers low turnout and disappointment despite high expectations

OktobaFest, a music concert intended to promote Tusker beer, reportedly suffered from low attendance in Juba last evening. The event, initially slated for October...