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A new independent newspaper is launched in Juba

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June 6, 2010 (JUBA) – A newly published independent newspaper called ‘South Sudan Today’ was launched on Saturday in Juba.

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South Sudan Today (ST)

South Sudan Today is an English weekly paper and will be based in Juba and contribute in informing and educating the people of South Sudan about the current affairs in the region.

It was launched at De’ Havana hotel with participation of some other media representatives and officials of the government.

The papers’ first published samples were freely distributed to the participants who attended the launching ceremony.

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  • 7 June 2010 03:32, by Dinka Boy

    Great idea for South Sudan to have their current affairs reported in their independent newspaper. I encouraged journalists not to write unfiltered ideas in this media. Bias of journalist is always against the interest of the progress of South Sudan. The information must contained raw datas and good evidences. Thanks

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    • 7 June 2010 03:51, by marie

      This newspaper would only survive if it continues praising the government which is its safe havens, otherwise it would meet its fate just like its predecessors in the region such as Juba Post and many others.

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      • 7 June 2010 07:52, by Angelo Ajiech Manyuat

        Great idea! But Journalists should print their articles in consistent with the law. The government cannot tolerate anything that inconsistent with SPLM interests. I am a diehard Journalism’s right, but most Journalists in Southern Sudan are incompetence due to their lack of skills to differentiate wrong Vs right. In other words, it’s the obligation of head of the Media to ensure that all articles that expect to be print must be examined prior to their print out date. Journalists are always complaining about their freedoms being targeted while most of them print articles that incompatible with the law. How the Journalists expect the government to do when they print out illegal articles that harm the government’s reputation?

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    • 7 June 2010 07:59, by Hillary B.M.L,M

      Great Idea if not Dinka privately owned Weekly news Paper since administrators of the News paper are not mentioned here.

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      • 7 June 2010 09:03, by sunny

        Great Idea, but don’t Dinkanize it. let it represent the interest of all southerners.

        Thanks.

        Sunny.

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        • 7 June 2010 09:35, by Angelo Ajiech Manyuat

          Dinkas don’t own any newspaper in Juba. Stop your pathetic tribal comments. This article doesn’t mention anything related to Dinkas period! This is a national independent newspaper which means that it’s for all Southerners at large. Be rational in your comment otherwise your comments will always be regarded as rubbish.

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          • 7 June 2010 11:40, by mack waweru

            Yeah brother Angelo Ajiech Manyuat. First, my warm greetings to you.

            You are right to let this fellow know that nothing is written about Dinka in the article. It’s not Dinka Today, but "South Sudan Today". His Dinkaphobia has blinded him.

            Mack Awer

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        • 7 June 2010 16:50, by kuur Deng

          It is absolutely rubbish and disgrace,most of you need to go back again and re-read the article if there is anything concerning tribe.Your hatred and idiocy always on dinka will still keep you in darkness;you are much more crazier about dinka,just hates....,where will you go.

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  • 7 June 2010 23:42, by Makuach Akot Ngongdit

    On behave of South Sudanese State of WARRAP, I welcome, appreciate and congratulate the position of South Sudan Today news paper agency. this completely shows that our diverstated land (South Sudan) will again sees her progress through media and many other forms of development.

    Mine as a citizen, our beloved nation is really going to it’s absolute direction where every one will funtastically be happy and enjoying. wake up then to bring back the real created dignity of our most wanted nation (South Sudan) once again.

    Long live new Sudan
    Long live SST
    Long live Warrap State

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