Not Everyone is Celebrating the Power-Sharing Deal in Sudan

While the Sudanese Journalist Network, in a statement dominated by indignant disappointment with the fact of an alliance with the transitional military council, says "the agreement is devoted to a dysfunctional partnership that produces a being distorted by a hateful military head, so that all the dreams of our people will be lost.”

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Mookh: The Ticketing and Events Giant

Like most startups, ideas evolve and morph. As they were hard at work on developing a solution to the problem of selling a product online, they identified another problem; musicians were trying to get their music out there. How would they sell online? How could someone from Kenya buy that dope album by Ali Kiba? Mookh, that’s how.

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Towards Religious Reformation in Africa

Unfortunately, the spread of Christianity and Islam has not delivered the promised development and civilization. The continent remains the poorest in the world, and life expectancy in the region is the lowest. Unemployment, diseases, hunger, and illiteracy are endemic challenges that seem as if they may never go away at least for now.

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