Monthly Archives: April 2019

285 million pounds to buy surplus wheat in Gezira Scheme

Director of Gezira Scheme, Osman Samsaa, announced the receipt of (285) million pounds, to buy the third batch of surplus wheat crop from farmers, and one hundred million pounds to pay dues of wheat seeds. During his address on the Field Day at the middle section of Gezira Scheme, in the presence of Minister of Production and Economic Resources Arryah ...

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Six military figures nominated to succeed Bashir

Observers have revealed the emergence of six leading figures in the armed forces, which enjoy the confidence of President Omar al-Bashir, may succeed in taking power in the country, following the sit-in of hundreds of thousands in front of the General Command of the Sudanese Armed Forces headquarters. According to a report published by “Aljazeera.net, two of these figures are ...

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Economist calls for localization of products

The Economist, Prof. Alkandi Yusuf, called on Ministry of Industry and related bodies; to localize the culture of dependence on local products rather than imported one; in order to boost the national economy. AlKandi called on state officials to give young people a greater chance to manage the country’s political and economic affairs, by expanding microfinance projects on concessional terms ...

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Gold prices dropped in world trading today

The price per ounce of gold in world trading today (Wednesday) was $ 1302.36, decreased by $ 2.0, compared to (Thursday) trading of $ 1304.37. The world price of gold of 24 caliber reached to ($ 42.01), while the local price of gold of 24 caliber was (1996) pounds, according to dollar price against Sudanese pound of the Central Bank ...

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Widad Yagoub calls on the army to take power

Former Minister of Social Security, Widad Yagoub, called on the army to shed blood and take power, as she strongly refused to disperse the demonstrations in a violent manner. In an interview with (Alintibaha) newspaper on Wednesday, Widad said that the protesters are neither minority nor majority, and noted that they are part of the Sudanese people. “Talking about the ...

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