(ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia): The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the IGAD region in different ways. From public health emergencies, societal challenges and significant disruption of the economy, the pandemic has presented unique sets of challenges on an unprecedented scale. On the …Read more
Sudan’s Anti-Corruption Committee is planning to file ‘several new complaints’ against deposed president Al Bashir regarding money laundering, corruption, and forbidden and suspicious wealth.
In a statement on Friday, Sovereign Council spokesman and Deputy Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Committee, …Read more
Plans are in place to cultivate 2 million acres of farmland during this year’s agricultural season in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State, a local official said.
Adam Wieu Ayong, the Director General of the Agriculture Ministry in the defunct Northern …Read more
“I had sleepless nights as a result of high fever and body pain,” a coronavirus survivor described of his fight against the virus.
Arthur Gabriel Yak, a South Sudanese writer living in the United States, believes he caught COVID-19 at …Read more
Sudan’s Misseriya tribe has paid 99 cows as blood compensation for a South Sudanese child killed by one of its members in Ruweng Administrate Area last month.
Abakar Babu Jedu, a Misseryia community leader in the area, told Radio Tamazuj …Read more