Today 25.Mar.2017
Last update : 2017-03-20, 1:38 pm
in Khartoum
  • Constitutional Amendments Set National/ Popular Congress Foreseen Partnership Into Jeopardy

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – A heated tug of war has dominated the political scene over the proposed constitutional amendments put forward by the Popular Congress Party(PCP) of the Late Islamist leader Dr. Hassan al-Turabi. At issue more..

  • Building Blocks to July

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Gradually and step by step the momentum is building towards July deadline, where the new Trump administration will lift finally economic sanctions on Sudan, or re-instate sanctions that were eased by former more..

  • Tourism Categorized under Economic Sector after Decades of Minor Role

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Nearly 1000 Travel and Tourism Agencies (TAA) are conducting businesses in Khartoum (the national capital). However only handful of them operates in real tourism activities. The bulk of them conducts activities in more..

  • Sudan Provides Humanitarian Aid to South Sudan

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – President Omar al-Bashir has directed the dispatch of 10,000 tons of sorghum in humanitarian assistance to famine-affected South Sudanese. The Rapporteur of the High Committee for Humanitarian Aid, Ahmed Mohamed Adam, said more..

  • Sudanese Version of an Arab Spring?

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – By appointing Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih the first formal prime minister in almost three decades, a window of opportunity is opening for a controlled gradual change that will be the first of more..

  • A Tour of Kordofan Countrside Heritage (3)

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – The Sheep-breeders are the people who own, raise and practice trade in sheep which are found in Kordofan in large numbers of species internationally known as the Hamary sheep (owned by Hamar more..

  • Bashir’s Vice President Officially Appointed Prime Minister

    KHARTOUM ( Sudanow)- First Vice President, Lt General Bakri Hassan Salih, has been sworn in as new prime minister before president Omer al-Bashir at the Republican Palace on Thursday. The ruling party, the National Congress more..