Dubai-based HMH - Hospitality Management Holdings has officially opened the EWA Khartoum Hotel & Apartments in Sudan.
The grand inauguration was attended by Mohamed Adbul Karim Al-Had, Federal Minister of Tourism, SSIA chairma
Ericsson has revealed the winners of its ‘Smart Schools’ competition 2015 in Khartoum, Sudan and launched its social media campaign #ienable at the event.
The winner were awarded a roundtrip to visit Ericsson’s E
Leading transport and logistics firm Al Abbas Transport is set to expand its network with the addition of its latest route between Egypt's Erqan and Sudan's Khartoum.
The new route coincides with the opening of the Egypt-S
Egypt-based Al Abbas Transport, a trading and logistics firm, has expanded its network with the addition of its latest route between Erqan and Khartoum.
The new route coincides with the opening of the Egypt-Sudan overland l
South Sudan plans to sell 6.4 million barrels of oil worth $300 million before shutting down its entire production by the end of July due to a row over its alleged support for rebels in neighbouring Sudan, its oil minister said on Saturday.
Sudan has scrapped a 30 per cent profit tax on telecom operators until 2015-end, replacing it with a 2.5 per cent levy on total income, the state news agency said, in a move that should help a sector hurt by the plunging value of the Sudanese po
Sudan's president ordered a stoppage of all South Sudan's oil exports from Sunday, accusing his neighbour of backing rebels on his territory, and bringing the foes back to the brink of confrontation after months of relative peace.
Sudan has granted an Iranian firm a licence to explore for gold in the African country, state-linked media said, a sign of strengthening business ties between Khartoum and Tehran.
Sudan state media said in February after a meeting
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has announced that it has increased its Khartoum services from five flights per week to a daily schedule.
Etihad launched its services to the Sudanese capital in July 2006 wit
A Kenyan Airways plane with 56 passengers on board made an emergency landing in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, after an engine caught fire, witnesses said on Wednesday.
Nobody was hurt, but the incident on Tuesday night left pass