Sudanese army seizes smuggled ammunition near Ethiopian border

(KHARTOUM) - Sudanese military Intelligence seized 95,000 rounds of ammunition loaded on donkey carts on their way to Ethiopia from the border state of Gedaref, the official news agency reported on Saturday. The Sudanese army set up an ambush to arrest several donkey carts carrying more than 95,000 (ninety-five thousand) rounds (9 mm) of along with drugs, said the Sudan News Agency (SUNA). The operation took place upon informed provided…

Sudan’s Hamdok congratulates Biden on election win

(KHARTOUM) - Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok congratulated Joe Biden Saturday on winning the U.S. presidential election. "On behalf of the Sudanese people, I congratulate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for their election as President and Vice President," Hamdok said in a tweet released on Saturday evening. "Looking forward to working closely with them both to continue building bridges of friendship and cooperation between our two nations and countries". Biden…

Communists quit Sudan’s FFC ruling alliance

(KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) announced its withdrawal from the ruling Forces for Freedom and Change, accusing its leadership of plotting against the revolution. The withdrawal was decided in a two-day meeting on Friday and Saturday held by the SCP Central Committee to discuss the party’s strategy during the transitional period which should pave the way for general elections. "We decided to withdraw from the National Consensus Forces…

S. Sudan opposition alliance criticize government over floods

(JUBA) - Members of South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOMA) have expressed solidarity with the flood victims in South Sudan, accusing the Juba government of allegedly neglecting them. The group, in statement issued on Sunday, condemned the “inaction” and “poor leadership” of the Juba regime, saying they are responsible for the loss of lives and the suffering of flood victims. “The Juba regime lack of priorities is now glaringly exposed by…

South Sudan’s Central Bank increases interest rate to 15%

(JUBA) - South Sudan’s Central Bank on Friday raised its interest rate to 15% from 10%, as part of the government’s attempt to halt the rapidly depreciating local currency (SSP).     South Sudan Pounds (ST) Tong Dier Ngor, the Central Bank governor told reporters that an extraordinary meeting of the bank’s monetary policy committee devised five resolutions aimed at tackling currency devaluation.   Among the policies, he said, is…

تطبيق الخدمات المصرفية الشخصية من كي كارد يوفر الراحة والأمان لإدارة الأمور المالية الشخصية

قم بتزيل تطبيق خدمات كي من مصرف الرافدين للوصول إلى الخدمات المصرفية الشخصية عبر الإنترنت  بغداد، العراق, 8 نوفمبر / تشرين ثاني 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  Qi Card، الحل المصرفي الإلكتروني الرائد وبطاقة الخصم/الائتمان الوطنية الافتراضية في العراق، للعملاء العراقيين أكثر تجربة مصرفية شخصية سهلة الاستخدام من خلال تطبيق خدمات كي من مصرف الرافدين. يمكن لحاملي بطاقة كي كارد وماستركارد الذين يتعاملون مع مصرف الرافدين إدارة التمويل بكل سهولة، على الأجهزة اللوحية…