Is the Sudanese Cuisine Healthy Enough?

Malnutrition is a disease that has an entire ward in every paediatric hospital in north Sudan. But that does not mean adults are exempt from this disease. Be it obesity or malnutrition, majority of the Sudanese population is affected. The World Health Organization (WHO) calls malnutrition as deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake

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Sudan, South Sudan Armies to Form Joint Military Forces

Wednesday, 3 October, 2018 Khartoum – Ahmed Younes Sudan’s army confirmed its agreement to conduct joint military exercises with the South Sudan Army and to work on completing outstanding security files between the two countries. Both states are working towards implementing joint Juba-Khartoum cooperation agreements before the end of 2018. For his part, Sudanese Army

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Sudan’s Bashir Sets Anti-Corruption Efforts at Heart of Future Govt. Strategy

Tuesday, 2 October, 2018 Khartoum – Ahmed Younes Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir announced that the fight against corruption is ongoing and set it as a firm goal pursued by his government in the next stage. The new anti-corruption mechanism was set up over a year ago to tackle the country’s severe economic crisis, he

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China-South Sudan Relations: From Margin to the Spotlight

 October 2, 2018 By David Ceasar Wani As China is marching up its Pac, into Africa, (Rotberg, 2008) since the new century, its relations with some, fragile states, in Africa are increasingly coming under the international attention. Given the remarkable internal weakness of those countries, an obvious spread of widespread conflicts, and that includes, lack

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