(KHARTOUM) - Sudan on Saturday has ordered the closure of schools and universities for a month and restricted mass gatherings to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
On Thursday, the health ministry announced the death of a Sudanese patient diagnosed … Read more
A severe shortage of teachers has hit public schools in Kapoeta County of Eastern Equatoria State, threatening the quality of education.
Speaking to Radio Tamazuj last Thursday, David Eriga, the secretary general of the defunct Kapoeta State said several public … Read more
Following recent intercommunal clashes in greater Tonj near Kuajok, the United Nations Mission in South Sudan is continuously patrolling the area and engaging in other activities to restore peaceful coexistence between feuding residents.
Since they began patrolling our communities after … Read more
The Dutch Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Sigrid Kaag, met with Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, Minister of Cabinet Affairs Omer Manis, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Asmaa Abdullah in Khartoum earlier today. Prime Minister Hamdok asked … Read more
Government departments, institutions, and markets in Bindisi locality in Central Darfur reopened on Wednesday after a weeklong closure due to protests calling for the removal of the locality's executive director.
As previously reported by Radio Dabanga, residents and displaced people … Read more