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SA key to peace in South Sudan
SA key to peace in South Sudan
South Africa’s ascendance to the United Nations Security Council this year offers an unprecedented opportunity to reshape peace efforts in some...
Nurture Sudan’s fledgling accord
Nurture Sudan’s fledgling accord
On August 17, four months after the most sustained protest campaign in Sudan’s modern history swept Omar al-Bashir from power, the Forces of...
The AU’s role in brokering Sudan deal offers lessons for the future
The AU’s role in brokering Sudan deal offers lessons for the future
The African Union (AU) came into existence after a restructuring of its predecessor – the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). It was created to...
Sudan: from demonstrations to start of transition
Sudan: from demonstrations to start of transition
The swearing-in on Wednesday of the head of a sovereign council to steer Sudan through its transition to civilian rule comes eight months after the...
Sudan swears in civilian-majority ruling council
Sudan swears in civilian-majority ruling council
Sudan took further steps in its transition towards civilian rule Wednesday with the swearing in of a new sovereign council, to be followed by the...
Unveiling of Sudan's sovereign council delayed
Unveiling of Sudan's sovereign council delayed
Sudan was expected to form its sovereign council on Sunday, the first step after the landmark adoption of a transitional constitution, but the day...
What other African protesters can learn from Sudan
What other African protesters can learn from Sudan
Exactly four months after former President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan was pushed out of power, and a few weeks after the military rulers and civilians...
Africa’s most authoritarian school
Africa’s most authoritarian school
By law, every single student in Eritrea must spend their final year of high school at the Warsai Yikealo Secondary School and Vocational Training...
Sudan's ghost battalion
Sudan's ghost battalion
The force that drove recent protests in Sudan, known as Tajamoo al-mihanyin al-sudaniyin or the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), remains...
Sudan’s heartbroken diaspora
Sudan’s heartbroken diaspora
Ola Ahmed Mohamed Diab, 28, a journalist who has been living in Qatar in the Middle East for 25 years, left her birthplace in Sudan when she was a...
Sudan deal defuses threat of 'slide into chaos'
Sudan deal defuses threat of 'slide into chaos'
A hard-won deal between Sudan's ruling generals and protest leaders has averted a slide into chaos or even civil war but many questions remain...

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