Lecturers protest over missing pay in South Sudan
Staff at the University of Bahr El-Ghazal in Wau are demanding that six months of unpaid salaries be paid to them, a week after a similar demand by University of Juba employees was seemingly ignored.
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Faculty members of both institutions have been staging protests in recent days, and are calling on the government to settle all pay arrears across all five of South Sudan's public universities.
"A hungry man is angry," read one banner carried by University of Bahr El-Ghazal staff during protests on Monday.
A photo of it was shared in solidarity on Facebook by the vice-chancellor of the University of Juba, Prof John Akec
Meanwhile, the BBC understands that South Sudan's education minister is to call an emergency meeting with leaders of all five public universities on Wednesday to discuss the matter.