Monday 21 June 2010
By Manyang Mayom
June 20, 2010 (WAU) - Lakes state cattle keepers conduct a workshop in the state capital, Rumbek, with the aim to sensitize the pastoralists about the danger of armed cattle raiding and the need to stop it. Cattle (...)
Thursday 23 April 2009
By James Gatdet Dak
April 22, 2009 (JUBA) – The United Kingdom authorities will next month return to Southern Sudan a Rod and Pipe belonging to a Nuer prophet after nearly 80 years in exile. Ngundeng’s Pyramid (Lou)
The family of (...)
Sunday 18 June 2006
June 17, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese authorities have released Saturday around two hundred women imprisoned for brewing illegal alcohol after presidential decree at the end of May.
Director of the General Administration for Prisons, (...)
Monday 28 July 2003
KHARTOUM, July 28 (AFP) — Twelve student recruits for compulsory military service were killed and 31 others injured when their bus overturned in a road accident in strife-torn western Sudan, a Sudanese newspaper reported Monday.
Friday 30 January 2009
By Richard Ruati
January 29, 2009 (YAMBIO) – Two truck drivers of the Khartoum-based Eyat Company have been arrested for committing adultery during midnight with women alleged to be married.
According to a police officer, Captain (...)
Wednesday 20 January 2010
January 19, 2010 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese government is working on mobilizing efforts locally in order to send aid to Haiti and one official here called it an “obligation” to extend help. A member of an Israeli rescue team and a dog (...)
Saturday 8 November 2003
KHARTOUM, Nov 8 (AFP) — Thirty-one people were killed and 46 others injured in the northeastern city of Port Sudan when a crowd rushed to collect charity donations, a minister told AFP Saturday.
Red Sea State Health Minister Sadek (...)
Sunday 2 August 2009
THE SUDAN HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATION – CAIRO
July 31, 2009 — The status of women in the country has been largely demoted by the laws enacted and enforced since the NIF rule in 1989. Partisan decrees and legal articles indicated the (...)
Saturday 5 February 2005
DJIBOUTI, Feb 4 (AFP) — A conference of about 300 experts mainly from Horn of Africa nations has issued a "Djibouti Declaration" against the practice of female circumcision, considered "a violation of human rights". Female Genital (...)
Saturday 17 January 2004
KHARTOUM, Jan 17 (AFP) — The family of a Sudanese man charged with carrying live ammunition on a flight from Washington to London’s Heathrow airport accused British intelligence of planting the bullets on him.
Al-Waseilah al-Hibir (...)
A critique of the IGAD protocol for peace in S Sudan2014-08-30 05:53:03
“A critique of the IGAD protocol on agreed principles on transitional arrangements towards resolution of the crisis in South Sudan”
By David de Chand
August 29, 2014 - First and foremost of all, (...)
IGAD failure to delivering peace for South Sudan!2014-08-30 05:43:48
By Jacob Odong
August 29, 2014- The East African Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) is concluding a plan to allow for what they are calling a unity government for South Sudan. If (...)