Minister of Minerals – Share of States in National Wealth Is One of the Most Important Recommendations of the National Dialogue

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Minerals Prof. Hashim Ali Salim has stressed that the share of states in national wealth is one of the most important recommendations of the national dialogue, which will be lodged to the parliament according to the lega…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Minerals Prof. Hashim Ali Salim has stressed that the share of states in national wealth is one of the most important recommendations of the national dialogue, which will be lodged to the parliament according to the legal regulation that determines the share of states.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Vice-President Meets Great Lakes Conference Official

[SNA] Khartoum, Nov.8n (SUNA) – The Vice – President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohammed Abdul Rahman, received Wednesday at the Republican Palace the Executive Director of the International Conference for the Great Lakes Region, Ambassador Zakaria Mouri…

[SNA] Khartoum, Nov.8n (SUNA) - The Vice - President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohammed Abdul Rahman, received Wednesday at the Republican Palace the Executive Director of the International Conference for the Great Lakes Region, Ambassador Zakaria Mouri Moita.

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President Gives Directives for Formation of Committee for Study of Reality of Sudan’s Archeology

[SNA] Khartoum -The President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer al -Bashir has given directives for the formation of a committee to be chaired by the Minister of the Presidency of Republic for the study of the reality of the Sudanese archeology, its …

[SNA] Khartoum -The President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer al -Bashir has given directives for the formation of a committee to be chaired by the Minister of the Presidency of Republic for the study of the reality of the Sudanese archeology, its sites and maintenance,

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African Commission for Human Rights – Sudan Keen to Improve Human Rights Situation

[SNA] Banjul -the African Commission for Human Rights and Nations has lauded the Sudan’s earnest efforts for the improvement of situations of the human rights in the country.

[SNA] Banjul -the African Commission for Human Rights and Nations has lauded the Sudan's earnest efforts for the improvement of situations of the human rights in the country.

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Macheso Charms Korean Ambassador

[The Herald] Alick Macheso’s music has excited people of various backgrounds, with Korean Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Cho Jaichel being one of the fans charmed by the “Tafadzwa” singer. The Ambassador revealed to The Herald Arts that he is a big fan of M…

[The Herald] Alick Macheso's music has excited people of various backgrounds, with Korean Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Cho Jaichel being one of the fans charmed by the "Tafadzwa" singer. The Ambassador revealed to The Herald Arts that he is a big fan of Macheso and has been following his music on YouTube and other social media platforms. He said in Korea music was associated with farming and the Korean drum symbolises hard work.

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Embassies Banned From Carrying Procedure Related to Kidney Transplantation to Sudanese

[SNA] Khartoum -The Advisory Council for kidney diseases and surgery, chaired by the Federal Health Minister, Bahar Iddris Abu Garda, has issued a decision preventing all the Sudanese embassies abroad, including the Sudan’s Embassy in Cairo, from carry…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Advisory Council for kidney diseases and surgery, chaired by the Federal Health Minister, Bahar Iddris Abu Garda, has issued a decision preventing all the Sudanese embassies abroad, including the Sudan's Embassy in Cairo, from carrying out any procedure that related to the kidney's transplant operations, considering that to be part of duties of the Sudan's Advisory Board for Nephrology and Polyclinic Medicine and the National Medical Council.

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Rumblings of a Quiet Tax Revolt as Inquiry Launched

[Daily Maverick] R50-billion. That’s how much the government is currently missing in taxes. Announcing the establishment of an urgent inquiry into the cause of the hole in SARS’ revenue on Tuesday, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba suggested that one of t…

[Daily Maverick] R50-billion. That's how much the government is currently missing in taxes. Announcing the establishment of an urgent inquiry into the cause of the hole in SARS' revenue on Tuesday, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba suggested that one of the drivers may be "weakening tax morality". Many would say that the problems lie more within SARS and the economy than the tax base, but there have been rumblings for some years about a possible tax revolt by South Africa's increasingly disenchanted taxpayers. Does the shortf

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