Sunday 20 September 2009
By Manasseh Zindo
September 19, 2009 — Sudan is mourning the death of her Third Anglican Archbishop who succumbed to his to illness on Friday September 18, 2009 in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. Sadness greeted me this morning when I (...)
Friday 16 January 2004
A van believed to be carrying Wassila Alhibr Alwasila from Sudan leaves the Bow street magistrate court in London. Alwasila, 45, was arrested at a transit lounge security check point on Wednesday after he came off a Virgin Atlantic (...)
Thursday 16 October 2003
KHARTOUM, Oct 16 (AFP) — Four men will stand trial on charges of the murder in N’Djamena last month of a Sudanese businessman and member of parliament who was setting up an oil refinery in Chad, police said Thursday.
A joint (...)
Friday 28 July 2006
"Because I relate therefore I am"
By Mading de Ngor*
July 27, 2006 — I trace my ancestry to the 18th ancestor. This is how it is in much of Africa. When a child is born, he must learn to count to the last (...)
Thursday 6 November 2003
NDJAMENA, Nov 6 (AFP) — Chad on Thursday ignored protests from human rights groups and carried out the death penalty for the first time since 1991, executing eight people after vowing to crack down on unrest in the impoverished desert (...)
Tuesday 25 May 2010
May 24, 2010 (JUBA) – A veteran politician, and the first Southern Sudanese official to head the Republic of Sudan, has died.
Luigi Adwok Bong Gicomeho died on Friday, 21st May in the national capital, Khartoum, after a long illness (...)
Wednesday 15 December 2010
December 14, 2010 (KHARTOUM) – Over forty protesters mostly women were arrested Tuesday by the Sudanese authorities following a peaceful demonstration staged to protest against brutal flogging of a young woman by the police.
Sunday 20 July 2003
KHARTOUM, July 20 (AFP) — Sudan Airways officials are due to fly to London Tuesday to join British insurers in opening the black box of a Sudanese plane that crashed two weeks earlier, killing all but one of the 116 people on board. (...)
Thursday 5 August 2010
August 4, 2010 (KHARTOUM) — A Sudanese court has sentenced 19 men to flogging in public and a fine of 1000 Sudanese pounds (approximately 400 US dollars) for breaching the country’s morality code by wearing women clothes.
The alleged (...)
Friday 9 January 2009
By Manyang Mayom
January 5, 2009 (WAU) – Islam is spreading in Wau as over 14 mosques are available to Muslims for prayers.
Wau, the state capital of Western Bhar-El-Gazal, is a centre for three states that include Lakes, Warrap and (...)
Shilluk and its Dinka neighbours2016-05-23 18:20:45
By Jwothab Othow
Shilluk People in front of an Imperial Airways Aircraft - Malakal circa 1936Shilluk People in front of an Imperial Airways Aircraft - Malakal circa 1936
Sudan Tribune website (...)
What we need from the Humanitarian Summit 2016-05-19 20:32:42
By Stephen O'Brien
Next week at the first ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, leaders from Governments, international agencies, the private sector and civil society will gather to (...)
Economic consequences of peace in South Sudan2016-05-16 08:56:14
By John A. Akec
South Sudan owes its recent peace agreement to the mediation endeavors by the African countries. Particularly, to efforts of Ethiopian, Ugandan, South African, Tanzanian, and (...)