Today 24.Feb.2017
Last update : 2017-02-22, 3:33 pm
in Khartoum
  • How and Why has the Ethiopian Strategy on the Renaissance Dam Succeeded?

    Renaissance Dam

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)– As we have mentioned in the previous article “Limelight on the Declaration of Principles on the Renaissance Dam ” on March 25, 2015, the three member states of the Eastern Nile Basin, Ethiopia, more..

  • WhatsApp and Facebook Conquer Hearts


    Khartoum (SUDANOW) – Mobile phone has wide ranges of use. It can be used for conducting normal telephone connections, entertainment, exchange of information, socialization, learning purposes, following media news, launching debates and so on. Mobile more..

  • Limelight on the Declaration of Principles on the Renaissance Dam


    KHARTOUM, Mar 25 (SUDANOW)—At last and after four years of heated disputes, statements and meetings, Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan reached a declaration of principles agreement on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. The document was signed by more..

  • Mycetoma: An Economic-Threat Disease Crippling People of Producing Age

    Dr. Fahal showing mycetoma-related photos

    Khartoum (SUDANOW) – Suad had a look on the soles of the feet of her young brother, while he was lying on bed to rest from a walk in the acacia forest, and noticed very more..

  • Renaissance Dam Historic Accord to be Signed in Khartoum Tomorrow

    Water Resources Minister Mutaz Musa

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)- President Abdul Fatah Al- Sisi of Egypt and Prime Minister Haile Desalgn of Ethiopia are set to arrive in Khartoum tomorrow “Monday” for the signing of the Renaissance Dam historic accord between the more..

  • Hayat Center: Narcotics Traffickers Target the Youths


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) – Hayat (Life) Center is the first integrated center in Sudan for treatment and rehabilitation of narcotics addicts. In an interview to SUDANOW, the Director of Hayat Center Ustazah Rehab Hussein Shabo, shed more..

  • Winners of British-Sudanese Creative Entrepreneurship Competition Announced

    HE Peter Tibber

    Khartoum (Sudanow) – The British-Sudanese creative entrepreneurship competition “Mushrouy” on Monday revealed the names of the three winners of its prize. The first prize (200,000 SDG) went to Ashraf Osman for his project on producing more..

  • The Safety Fund: A Pilot Programme for Combating Poverty

    The third international conference for zakat held in Khartoum last week

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The Zakat (Islamic tax) is a factor for purification and redemption of the soul of the individual and the society. Our gratefulness is humbly proffered to Al-mighty, Omani-perfect and Omani-majestic God that our country more..

  • Voluntary return of over eighty thousand IDPs to North Darfur State


    Al-Fashir (SUDANOW)- Over eighty thousands Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) have returned to their home areas in North Darfur State, the Commission for Voluntary Return and Resettlement of the Darfur Regional Authority announced on Friday. The more..

  • Interview with HE the Ambassador of Venezuela to Sudan Anibal Marquez

    HE Marquez

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) It is one of the happy twists of history. A few decades ago if you mentioned the name of Venezuela to a Sudanese layman, it would have needed a dictionary and quite a more..