Doctors On Strike in South Darfur’s Nyala Teaching Hospital

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -Doctors at the Nyala Teaching Hospital in the capital of South Darfur embarked on an open-ended strike on Thursday, in protest against the delay of their dues.

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -Doctors at the Nyala Teaching Hospital in the capital of South Darfur embarked on an open-ended strike on Thursday, in protest against the delay of their dues.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Sudanese Continue to Suffer From Scarcity of Bread, Fuel

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -People living in various parts of Sudan are complaining about a renewed wheat and fuel crisis since early last week. The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) has instructed the media not to report about the crisis.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -People living in various parts of Sudan are complaining about a renewed wheat and fuel crisis since early last week. The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) has instructed the media not to report about the crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Somali Cadets Graduate From Turkish Military Academy

[Shabelle] Somali President H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo Friday attended the passing out ceremony of the first batch of national army troops who received training from Turkey’s military academy in the capital Mogadishu.

[Shabelle] Somali President H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo Friday attended the passing out ceremony of the first batch of national army troops who received training from Turkey's military academy in the capital Mogadishu.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

UN Envoy Hails Adoption of 2018 Government Budget

[Shabelle] The top United Nations official for Somalia has welcomed the country’s recent adoption of a federal budget as a major milestone in its economic development, bringing it one step closer to gaining access to funds from international financial …

[Shabelle] The top United Nations official for Somalia has welcomed the country's recent adoption of a federal budget as a major milestone in its economic development, bringing it one step closer to gaining access to funds from international financial institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

President Erdogan of Turkey Arrives in Khartoum

[SudaNow] President Reccep Tayyib Erdogan of Turkey arrived in Khartoum Sunday on a three-day state visit to the Sudan, the first ever by a Turkish president since independence in 1956.

[SudaNow] President Reccep Tayyib Erdogan of Turkey arrived in Khartoum Sunday on a three-day state visit to the Sudan, the first ever by a Turkish president since independence in 1956.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Influence of Turkish On the Sudanese Vernacular

[SudaNow] A language that does not borrow from others is a dead language. A language like English, is over 60% borrowed from other languages. You could see that even in the Koran, the most eloquent of all texts in which Arabic language is used, has wor…

[SudaNow] A language that does not borrow from others is a dead language. A language like English, is over 60% borrowed from other languages. You could see that even in the Koran, the most eloquent of all texts in which Arabic language is used, has words borrowed from other languages. It was through studying these terms that men of literature could understand reference made therein. Studying words and their ancestral belonging helps deciphering work of arts.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

A Young Man Gunned Down in Mogadishu

[Shabelle] Assailants have gunned down a young Somali man in the capital, Mogadishu on Saturday night, the latest in a string of attacks by suspected Al Shabaab assassins.

[Shabelle] Assailants have gunned down a young Somali man in the capital, Mogadishu on Saturday night, the latest in a string of attacks by suspected Al Shabaab assassins.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Malema v Mbalula – Dubai or Not Dubai – That Is the Question

[News24Wire] A Twitter spat between EFF leader Julius Malema and Police Minister Fikile Mbalula over his holiday whereabouts took full flight on Wednesday – with Malema warning Mbalula that it would all end in tears.

[News24Wire] A Twitter spat between EFF leader Julius Malema and Police Minister Fikile Mbalula over his holiday whereabouts took full flight on Wednesday - with Malema warning Mbalula that it would all end in tears.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa