18-August-2018

Business

  • Living In Garbage Dump
    Living In Garbage Dump

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sad mourners sitting at the home of a deceased Sufi leader in Khartoum all of a sudden heard sharp cries and wailing from a woman outside. Rushing outside to see what went wrong, the gathering saw a ...

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  • Fighting Corruption, Enter the IMF
    Fighting Corruption, Enter the IMF

    Fighting corruption has been a hot issue in many countries and throughout different times, but with little success. Despite efforts by various organizations to tackle the issue from publicizing it as a deterrent measure ...

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  • The Doam: Important Crop, Neglected Fruit
    The Doam: Important Crop, Neglected Fruit

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Unlike other trees, the doam palm is gigantically tall. Its leaves are very tough. Regardless, its shadow is just a trace. The doam is a durable tree that grows on rocky grounds, mountain sl...

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  • Free Lunch
    Free Lunch

    It looks like a bombshell. A long story about what could be the last biggest oil discovery is taking place in Sudan in the newly tapped block-25, better known as Al-Rawat, located 137km south west of Kosti in the White N...

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  • Interview, Musician Anas Al-Aagib
    Interview, Musician Anas Al-Aagib

       -Sudan’s cultural diversity accommodates all types of musical scales: fifth, seventh scales and Arab music.   -A song aired in Sudan is performed in Somalia, Ethiopia, the Niger and Nigeria wit...

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  • A Victory By Sports Woman
    A Victory By Sports Woman

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Member of the Executive Office of the Sudanese Olympic Committee Hanadi al-Sidiq has been elected vice-president of the Arab Badminton Federation. Al-Sidiq is the President of the Sudan Badmin...

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Sudanow is the longest serving English speaking magazine in the Sudan. It is chartarized by its high quality professional journalism, focusing on political, social, economic, cultural and sport developments in the Sudan. Sudanow provides in depth analysis of these developments by academia, highly ...

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