Portrait of Prince Khaliut – the Greatest of Moral Texts in the Old World

[SudaNow] It was not carving on stone that immortalized the script of the Kushite Prince khaliut and kept it intact for thousands of years but the noble values the portrait contained that expressed man’s good nature as enjoined by the divine books that…

[SudaNow] It was not carving on stone that immortalized the script of the Kushite Prince khaliut and kept it intact for thousands of years but the noble values the portrait contained that expressed man's good nature as enjoined by the divine books that came after it.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

UNICEF Statement on the Passing of Charlotte (Nana Yaa) Nikoi

[Unicef] New York -“We learned with great sadness that the remains of our colleague Charlotte (Nana Yaa) Nikoi have been found. All of us at UNICEF are deeply saddened by this news and express our personal sympathies to her family. Nana Yaa was a commi…

[Unicef] New York -"We learned with great sadness that the remains of our colleague Charlotte (Nana Yaa) Nikoi have been found. All of us at UNICEF are deeply saddened by this news and express our personal sympathies to her family. Nana Yaa was a committed colleague who devoted the past 18 years of her life to the work and values of the United Nations. Her warmth and steadfast support will be missed by all those who knew her.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Halotel Reveals Secret Behind Telecom Firm’s Fast Expansion

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Halotel Tanzania is currently one of the fastest growing telecommunication companies in the country and its management believes the expansion is purely a result of its business strategy of focusing on the poor communities.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Halotel Tanzania is currently one of the fastest growing telecommunication companies in the country and its management believes the expansion is purely a result of its business strategy of focusing on the poor communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

The Sudanese Army Shows Impressively August Behavior in Kuwait

[SudaNow] When late Iraqi President Abdul Kerim Gassim gathered his armed forces in the early 1960s and threatened to devastate Kuwait, the Arab League dispatched a joint Arab force that included a contingent of the Sudanese Armed Forces to help repuls…

[SudaNow] When late Iraqi President Abdul Kerim Gassim gathered his armed forces in the early 1960s and threatened to devastate Kuwait, the Arab League dispatched a joint Arab force that included a contingent of the Sudanese Armed Forces to help repulse any invasion if it occurred.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Chinese Firms Invest U.S.$4 Billon in Ethiopia in 2 Decades

[Focac] Addis Ababa -Chinese companies have invested around 4 billion U.S. dollars during the last two decades in Ethiopia, employing 111,000 Ethiopians on permanent and temporary basis.

[Focac] Addis Ababa -Chinese companies have invested around 4 billion U.S. dollars during the last two decades in Ethiopia, employing 111,000 Ethiopians on permanent and temporary basis.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Macron Sparks Row With Migrants’ Boat Joke

[RFI] French President Emmanuel Macron has come under fire for making a joke about makeshift craft that have been dubbed the “boats of death” because so many have sunk while transporting migrants to the French Indian Ocean island of Mayotte.

[RFI] French President Emmanuel Macron has come under fire for making a joke about makeshift craft that have been dubbed the "boats of death" because so many have sunk while transporting migrants to the French Indian Ocean island of Mayotte.

source: AllAfrica News: Comoros

NAMA Commences Implementation of Osinbajo’s Executive Orders

[Premium Times] Ahead of the June 8 deadline for the implementation of the Federal Government’s executive orders on the ease of doing business in the country, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, NAMA, says it has begun the process of implementing …

[Premium Times] Ahead of the June 8 deadline for the implementation of the Federal Government's executive orders on the ease of doing business in the country, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, NAMA, says it has begun the process of implementing the directive.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Time for Action

[SudaNow] Last week witnessed the return of five former Darfur rebel leaders, who used to occupy key positions in Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) to Khartoum. It is the same week that witnessed the 18th anniversary of the 4th of Ramadan, when the I…

[SudaNow] Last week witnessed the return of five former Darfur rebel leaders, who used to occupy key positions in Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) to Khartoum. It is the same week that witnessed the 18th anniversary of the 4th of Ramadan, when the Ingaz split formally into two camps one led by President Omar Al-Bashir and the other by the movement's ideologue Hasan El-Turabi. Unlike the previous years, this time the anniversary has a different taste. El-Turabi's followers through their political body, the Peoples

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan