Sudan

13 Jan 2022

Is Mali Russia’s new roost?

Is Mali Russia’s new roost? As Mali braces for sanctions by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), questions are being asked about the growing presence of Russian mercenaries […]
2 Jan 2022

Elevating women in water

Elevating women in water A new council of high-level water professionals from across Africa will transform how women’s interests in water are respected. Building on experience from the Nile basin, […]
7 Oct 2021

IWMI study improves water allocations in the Nile Basin

IWMI study improves water allocations in the Nile Basin A recent study conducted by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) estimated the economic value of irrigation water for major crops in […]
30 Sep 2021

Strongmen debris haunts Khartoum and progressive African leaders

Strongmen debris haunts Khartoum and progressive African leaders Sudan is the latest country in Africa where the remnants of its down (but not out) leaders fight back to bite the […]
24 Jul 2021

Sudan could be a breadbasket but security remains a concern

By Leon Louw, founder and editor of WhyAfrica  24 July 2021 – Sudan could be the breadbasket of North and East Africa, but safety and security remains a concern that […]
27 Jun 2021

Sudan signs nine concession agreements for gold

By: This article was first published by Reuters 27 June 2021 – According Sudan the Sudanese state news agency Suna, Sudan recently signed nine concession agreements for gold and copper […]
4 Mar 2021

A win for solar in Egypt.

04 March 2021 – In what can be regarded as a win for solar in Egypt, the African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a loan to finance a solar project […]