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By John Agok More than twenty (20) young professionals in Information, Communications Technology (ICT) have completed training on “virtual digital skills” in Juba and are calling on more young people to acquire ICT skills. The one day training drew twenty five (25) participants online each from twenty three countries in

By Staff Writer In a bid to eradicate financial woes, Okay Africa Foundation a youth led advocacy organization is calling on individuals and stakeholders to ensure proper financial accountability and transparency at their reach across South Sudan’s areas. They echoed a call during Youth-led public discourse on financial accountability and transparency

By John Agok Yei Local Football Association’s President is threatening to resign if the General Assembly does not remove three members of the executive accused of misconduct and lack of cooperationby him.  Earlier this month, Justin Lokonga, wrote to General Assembly in order to eliminate three officials but the body never acted.   A document seen by Juba Echo claimed that the Association’s Vice President, Secretary General

Yei ECSS New Bishop enthroned

By Bida Thomas Right Reverend Levi Marandulu Yepete has been consecrated and enthroned as the new and third Bishop for the Episcopal Diocese of Yei in an event presided over by the Episcopal Church of South Sudan primate Justine Badi Arama at the Yei Emmanuel Cathedral Church on Sunday. Hundreds of faithful gathered at