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4 days ago
Our reporters take us to Khartoum's breadbasket, to hear how Sudanese farmers feel about the coup and the protest movement rocking the country. Entrepreneurs in the Central African Republic seek out ways to ramp up Cassava production. The root vegetable is a staple in the country but supplies are dwindling since the pandemic.
30 Oct
Protesters against Sudan's coup aren't giving up their fight. Despite a deadly response from security forces, activists are calling for millions to turn out on Saturday. Uganda's President will reopen schools in January after nearly two years of COVID closures. But many teachers have found other jobs, as children have started working. And our reporter in Kenya tells you how the nation built a one billion dollar tech industry. With huge companies moving in, the demand for local talent has boomed.
11 Jun
Protesters in Sudan take to the streets of the capital Khartoum and elsewhere in the country, demanding justice for victims of a 2019 crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators. Also, France says it will suspend joint military operations in Mali after the country's second coup in nine months. And tensions remain high between Chad and Central African Republic after six Chadian soldiers were shot dead at a border post on Sunday.
4 Jun
Protesters in Sudan take to the streets of the capital Khartoum and elsewhere in the country, demanding justice for victims of a 2019 crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators. Also, France says it will suspend joint military operations in Mali after the country's second coup in nine months. And tensions remain high between Chad and Central African Republic after six Chadian soldiers were shot dead at a border post on Sunday.
8 Nov 2020
Sirens of Lesbos started off as a challenge to create the perfect Ibiza summer hit, but soon turned into a group who blend different sounds and styles together from world beat to nu-soul. Although they are based in Switzerland, the band members are of different heritages: Czech, Sudanese and Eritrean, origins that can be found in their musical infusion. We caught up with Arci and Jasmina from the band to find out more about their first album, SOL, which comes out this week.
5 Nov 2020
In a move that would have been almost unthinkable under ousted Islamist president Omar al-Bashir, Sudanese designers organise a series of mixed-gender fashion shows to present their new lines.
18 Dec 2019
In a cooking oil factory in Khartoum, Sudanese workers hammer at a broken-down machine, as general manager Sarah al-Fateh sighs in frustration. She is unable to import replacement parts for her family's business, she said, because of "American sanctions".
25 Aug 2019
Young Sudanese celebrate in Khartoum and react after generals and opposition leaders signed the documents that will govern Sudan's three-year transition to civilian rule.
8 Jul 2019
The Sudanese military and civilian opposition have agreed on democratic elections in three years' time. Meanwhile, they're supposed to share power in a council. But will they? And can they without more violence?
11 Apr 2019
Sudanese protesters rally for fifth day outside army HQ.
29 Jan 2019
Sudanese opposition leader backs calls for President Bashir to step down.
17 Jun 2017
The children of Sudanese Islamic State members who operated in Libya are to be returned to their relatives in Sudan.

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