Sunday 30 November 2008
By James Gatdet Dak
November 29, 2008 (JUBA) – Sudan’s national capital, Khartoum, and the capital of the semi-autonomous Government of Southern Sudan, Juba, are now connected by all-weather road after they were cut off from each other (...)
Friday 4 September 2009
September 3, 2009 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudanese government announced today that it signed a framework agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on developing a nuclear energy program. IAEA headquarters in Vienna (AFP) (...)
Wednesday 21 October 2009
October 21, 2009 (KHARTOUM) – Six crew members of a Sudanese cargo plane have been killed when the aircraft crashed today in the desert near Sharjah airport in the United Arab Emirates.
The crashed Boeing 707 belongs to Azza Air (...)
Saturday 2 August 2008
August 1, 2008 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese authorities have banned, the YouTube, a video sharing website joining other five countries in the world.
Since 22 July, Internet users in Sudan have been unable to access the site, instead (...)
Thursday 29 December 2005
Dec 28, 2005 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese government and the UN mission in Sudan signed here Wednesday agreement on the status of UN forces charged of the support of peace implementation in the country.
State Minister for Foreign Affairs Ali (...)
Wednesday 20 July 2005
KHARTOUM, Sudan, July 20, 2005 (AP) — Sudan’s president has overturned a publishing ban on the Khartoum Monitor, one of the capital’s two English daily newspapers, the official Sudan Media Center reported Wednesday. A Sudanese read a (...)
Tuesday 16 May 2006
May 15, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — A series of protests and demonstrations at national service camps have occurred in the last two weeks and have led to some students fleeing, clashes and burning of property.
In Nahr Atbarah municipality, (...)
Sunday 4 February 2007
Feb 3, 2007 (NAIROBI) — The Catholic Archbishop of Khartoum, Gabriel Cardinal Zubeir Wako, has called on the Government of National Unity to promote human rights in Sudan.
Cardinal Wako, speaking during ecumenical prayers for peace in (...)
Monday 9 January 2006
Jan 9, 2006 (KAMPALA) — The team investigating the helicopter crash that killed Sudan’s former first vice president John Garang at the end of July last year, has sent parts of the helicopter wreckage to the U.S. for testing. Sudanese (...)
Saturday 6 August 2005
KHARTOUM, Aug 6 (AFP) — Sudanese authorities banned two independent newspapers Saturday for their coverage of the three days of deadly riots that followed the death of southern leader John Garang, their management said. A Sudanese man (...)
South Sudan and the nation building!2016-02-06 11:47:08
" Disagreement does't mean disapproval." Oprah Winfrey.
By Dhano Obongo
I have been delving in a debate within myself as to what could possibly be the proper way to expound a presentation to (...)
Africa: Strengthen steps to end child marriage2015-12-14 08:04:41
December 10, 2015
African governments should coordinate action to improve laws, education, health care, and public awareness to end the scourge of child marriage, Human Rights Watch said today (...)
Professor Akolda, it is too early for you to go2015-12-06 06:36:15
I learnt from social media of the untimely departure of Professor Akolda Maan Tier on the 30th Nov 2015, whom I knew and admired, as one of the great, committed sons of both Sudans, who dedicated (...)