Sudan provides Investment opportunities in Uranium and Gold

SMC- The fourth international mining forum kicked off yesterday in Khartoum with the participation of 37 countries and 700  global companies to discuss mineral investment opportunities, particularly gold and silver Uranium. The forum aims to highlight the huge mining potential of Sudan and attract large international companies to invest in all available fields and benefit

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Sudan pledged to facilitate humanitarian work in South Kordofan

SMC- Sudan’s government has pledged to facilitate the work of aid groups in South Kordofan saying it is still waiting for the Sudan Liberation Movement-North Sector (SLM-N) response to the UN humanitarian proposal. A federal delegation from the committee on the implementation of the humanitarian work directives has arrived in South Kordofan to assess the

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FAO warns of Locusts Danger in Sudan Saudi Arabia and Egypt

SMC- The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned of an outbreak of the desert locust populations in Sudan and Eritrea which are rapidly spreading along both sides of the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia and Egypt. According to the FAO’s statement on Monday, the heavy rains and cyclones have triggered the recent surge in desert

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Cooperation between Sudan and Egypt in the Field of Scientific Research

SMC- Egyptian Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar has praised the cooperation between Sudan and Egypt on the level of scientific research. He said the Sudanese- Egyptian first forum is fruitful and reflect the cooperation between the two countries. Abdel-Ghaffar said during a joint press conference with Sudanese Minister of Higher Education

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Istanbul donates 5 buses to Sudanese capital

Turkey’s largest city to supply Khartoum with buses as well as spare parts, technical help The city of Istanbul is giving five buses, spare parts and tools to the north African nation of Sudan. At the February meeting of the Istanbul City Council on Tuesday, a new request for buses from Sudan’s capital Khartoum was

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Sudan to cooperate with China in uranium projects

Chinese National Nuclear Corporation to develop country’s uranium sector, as Sudan opens its door to uranium investments Sudan agreed with state-owned Chinese National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) on Wednesday to cooperate in the peaceful use of nuclear energy with uranium enrichment. In an interview with Sudanese official news agency SUNA, Mohammed Abdullah, director of the Geological

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UN reports fresh violence in South Sudan

  The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said on Tuesday that thousands of civilians in South Sudan have been fleeing fresh outbreaks of violence in Equatoria state. South Sudan’s leaders signed a peace deal in September last year that officially brought an end to the country’s five-year civil war but UNHCR says some 5,000 people have

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UN-Habitat Sudan Receives USD 700,000 from Japan to Support (IDPs) Returns to South Darfur

Japan has pledged a contribution of USD 700,000 to the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) in Sudan’s project “Emergency Support to IDP Return in Alsalam Locality, South Darfur State” for a period of one year running from March 2019 to March 2020. The project will benefit some 17,100 returned Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) and

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Egypt to exchange electricity for Sudanese food products

By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO – 19 February 2019: Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker told Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli on Tuesday that electricity will be delivered to Sudanese plants by the end of March. Shaker said that coordination with his Sudanese counterpart is taking place and that the maximum amount that can be

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Sudan collaborations help tackle disease in Africa

by Stephen Johns20 February 2019 Imperial academics are collaborating with the University of Khartoum and Ahfad University for Women to address the burden of disease in Sudan. A symposium, funded by the Haggar Foundation, brought together scientists from the three institutions to exchange ideas and discuss potential collaborations. During the three-day symposium, academics discussed themes such

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