State Department warns it will take punitive action on South Sudan’s leaders perpetuating South Sudan’s conflict
Sudan militia leader Ali Kushayb faces 31 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur
Thousands of Sudanese from across the U.S. attended a march in D.C. on Oct. 30, 2021, to protest a recent military coup in Sudan. VOA's Nabeel Biajo was there.
Nureldin Satti remains in his post and vowed in an interview with VOA to continue working with US officials
The coup could also affect Ethiopia's ongoing crisis in the Tigray region
Sudan sends money to the US through the banking system for the first time in decades
The death toll has risen to 159 in West Darfur state after three days of clashes between different communities and fresh fighting broke out in South Darfur state
Cybercrime law amendments and Sudanese army’s plans to take legal action against journalists are troubling signs for press freedom, reporters and rights group say
Analyst suggests Sudan continues to resolve terrorism charges to clear its name with the US government
The DRC was due to have elections in 2016, but none took place and Kabila has refused to step down
President Salva Kiir fired 14 judges, but strike goes on for better pay and working conditions, as well as the removal of Chief Justice Chan Reec Madut from the bench
Najla Salih returned to Sudan and to give beauty a new definition with the spoken word
Young Ghanaians build entertainment industry one campus at a time
A young entertainment production company establishes a new business model by focusing on college campuses.
A Kenyan quietly fights anti-gay stereotypes "not very out and open"
Young Sudanese project a new image of their nation with TED talks