Saturday 26 December 2009 December 12,2009 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan’s First Vice President and South Sudan government President, Lt General Salva Kiir Mayardit, today appealed for preaching peace, forgiveness peaceful coexistence and religious tolerance. Salva Kiir (...)
Sunday 10 December 2006 By manyang Mayom
Dec 9, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The Nile Theological College (NTC), the first Protestant seminary in Sudan, made its graduation of sixth successful groups this year at the Cathedral Church in Khartoum Amarat. Academic (...)
Thursday 1 March 2012 By Ngor Arol Garang
February 29, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan announced it was seeking US$99 million in funding to conduct a census, which has been encountering that may prevent the exercise planned for 2014 from taking place.
Thursday 29 June 2006 June 28 (NAIROBI) — Women play a central role in solving some of Africa’s deadliest conflicts, but remain marginalised from the government and peace processes, an influential think tank said on Wednesday.
Highlighting conflicts in (...)
Thursday 2 June 2005 KHARTOUM, June 2 (AFP) — Five people were killed and almost 30 others injured as a Sudanese commercial airliner crashed on take-off from Khartoum on Thursday, airport authorities said.
"The plane aborted its take-off and crashed at the (...)
Friday 19 November 2004 KHARTOUM, Nov 18, 2004 (Xinhua) — A traffic accident killed 27 people and injured 44 others Thursday morning at the southern suburb of Khartoum, capital of Sudan, the Sudanese News Agency reported.
Mohamed Abdel Majeed, the Sudanese (...)
Wednesday 15 October 2003 KHARTOUM, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Arab tribal militias this week killed 34 people and torched several villages in a raid in west Sudan, where rivalry between African farming communities and Arab cattle herders is common, a Sudanese MP said (...)
Wednesday 13 July 2005 NAIROBI, 12 July 2005 — (Sudan Radio) - The Episcopal church of the Sudan’s house of bishops met in Kampala last week to deliberate on the comprehensive peace agreement and the formation of the new government of national unity.
In a (...)
Wednesday 5 August 2009 August 4, 2009 (KHARTOUM) — A Sudanese court today postponed the trial of a female journalist accused of wearing “indecent” clothes as police beat women protesting in her support. Sudanese journalist Lubna Hussein, right, who faces 40 (...)
Sunday 20 June 2010 By Julius N. Uma
June 19, 2010 (JUBA) — Widows, Orphans and People Living with HIV/AIDS (WOPHA), a community-based organization in Yei, Central Equatoria State is among the 25 winners of this year’s Red Ribbon award, which attracted 720 (...)
Women play a central role in peace 2014-03-10 07:18:26 By John Kerry
March 8, 2014 - International Women's Day is more than a moment marked on a calendar. It is a day not just to renew our determination to make the world a more peaceful and (...)
UNMISS head of mission must heed calls to step down2014-03-08 11:44:51 By Rose Sakala
March 7, 2014 - The calls by the South Sudanese for the Head of the UN Mission ( UNMISS) to step down ought to be taken seriously for it is their prerogative to determine who is (...)
Khartoum: really out of the terrorism business?2014-03-08 11:33:53 By Eric Reeves
March 7, 2014 - Given the U.S. intelligence community's eager relationship with Khartoum, it would be convenient if the National Islamic Front/National Congress Party regime were (...)