Sunday, November 17, 2019

Sudan restores internet ‘for only one person’

  Sudan's military rulers ordered an internet blackout after they violently dispersed protesters camping in central Khartoum who were demanding they leave power. The lawyer, Abdel-Adheem...

Sudan protests: Out of the frying pan into the fire

The political situation in Sudan remains tense and precarious. Reports say 128 people have been killed and more than 300 critically injured since June...

The little known Sudanese-Egyptian Pan-Africanist who mentored Marcus Garvey

When Jamaican Pan-African icon Marcus Garvey was a student in London, he found a mentor in one of Africa’s actors and political activists called...

African Union suspends Sudan over brutal violence against protesters

Juba – the African Union has suspended Sudan’s membership days after the transitional military rulers hurled a brutal crackdown on protesters that killed dozens...

Sudan: Death Toll Rises as China, Russia Block UN Action

Cape Town — The number of people killed since security forces stormed a protest camp outside the Defence Ministry in central Khartoum has risen...

Sudanese forces storm protest camp, three people dead

– At least three people were killed when Sudanese security forces stormed a protest camp in central Khartoum early on Monday, a medical association...

Life After Omar al-Bashir – What Happens to Sudan-South Sudan Border Crisis?

Will the ousting of Omar al-Bashir put an end to the Sudan-South Sudan border crisis? "Sudan has been an experiment that resonated across Africa: if...

Muslims and Jews pray alongside each other at Africa’s oldest synagogue

Djerba, Tunisia – Afef Ben Yedder delicately placed an egg inscribed with wishes in a cavity in Africa’s oldest synagogue in southern Tunisia, hoping...

The journey of an Egyptian doctor who backpacked to 9 African countries in 120...

Africa is a beautiful continent of 54 countries with diverse cultures but similar values. Travelling around the continent is the best experience one can...

Gaddafi Should be Remembered as a Great African Leader – Not a Great Arab...

To 21st century ears, the very concept of a “great Arab leader” sounds more like a paradox than an earnest phenomenon. After the death...

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The vice president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has threatened to sue American multinational technology company, Google, over a post made on its...

Cause of Cde Mugabe’s death revealed

National hero and Zimbabwe’s former President Cde Robert Mugabe died of advanced prostate cancer, our Harare Bureau has gathered. The revelation follows widespread conjecture and...

President Museveni on USA sanctions against Gen Kale Kayihura

  Before I comment on the action of the USA Government in the matter of Kale, I should, first of all, say that, that excitement...