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18 October, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The crazy hikes in the cost of commodities and services is one symptom of the economic problem in the Sudan that plagues the politicians and the citizens. Proposed approaches of sorts for solving the problem were put forward to no avail. Foremost among those propositions was a return to consMore
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Below are extracts of some most-noted issues of the foregoing week as reviewed by certain columnists. University professor and columnist at ‘Elsudani’ newspaper, Abdel-latif Albooni, commented on the recent wave of criticism against Juba peace deal. Albooni highlighted ....More
18 October, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Folklore Professor Sayyid Hamid Heraiz is described by his fellow university professors and researchers as hardworking, composed and always not much of a talk.The outcome was a distinct and productive scholarly career in a rare specialization, by Sudanese standards: folktales and folk verse.Heraiz’s guiding principle in his productive research effort was to “listen carefully to what people (the research subjects) would say.”So, his major research guiding principle was to listen and listen to the population of each of his studies: Let the subjects talk and talk, record what they say, then examine it...
27 September, 2020
11 October, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Sudan will be the guest of honor in the tenth edition of the Luxor African Film Festival, set to kick off in March 2021. The organizers say naming Sudan as the edition’s guest of honor is by way of paying homage to what they call “breakouts” of Sudanese cinema like Amjad Abulela’s 'You Will Die at Twenty' and Sohaib Gasmelbari’s 'Talking About Trees'. Both films have been widely acclaimed and selected ...
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Sudanese Dr Sulafa Khalid Mohamed Ali has been awarded the State of Kuwait Prize for the Control of Cancer, Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, for her significant contribution in the field of cardiovascular diseases.The prize is one of several awards administered by the World Health Organization, which acknowledges the wor...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - This amusing exchange had occurred in court between two tribal leaders during the British rule of Sudan. It happened between the chief of Wad Ramli area and the chief of the Abdallab tribe (both districts adjacent to Khartoum to the North. The story says Wad Ramli’s chief Saroar Ramli was accused by the Abdallab Chief, the Mak, of usurping a ranch (locally called the sagya) belonging to Alabdallab peopl...