Comfort, charm and efficiency are the hallmarks of the Basiri Plaza, a hotel that embodies the Sudanese spirit of hospitality. The hotel’s owner, Mohammed Basiri (MB), explains why and also provides some tips on his favourite places to visit in the country
The British Council was formed in 1934 to create friendly awareness and understanding between the people of the United Kingdom and other nations. Charles Nuttall (CN), Director of the British Council in Sudan, talks about the organisation’s work in the country and the successes it has achieved
Sudan is sixth on the list of Africa’s top ten countries with the biggest number of internet users (IT web Africa). Information and Communications Technology, which is referred to as CIT in Sudan, and not ICT, has made its way into the country’s economy and society at a high speed. The mobile phone market has taken a central role in the economy, too. It has done so by creating employment in the telecom sector, by providing market information and logistical support, and by enabling families to stay in contact in spite of migration.
With major communications infrastructure now in place, Sudan has opened its CIT industry to foreign investment. Minister of Communications & Information Technology H.E. Dr Tahani Abdalla Attia (TA) explains how this “horizontal” sector will connect people and spur economic growth
We speak to Tarig Hamza Zainelabdin (TH) about his experience of working abroad and what it meant to him to return to Sudan, in particular to the role of President & CEO of Sudatel