Stories about Sudan from December, 2006
Africa: China-Africa trade
Africa-China relationship is increasingly becoming an important subject to bloggers in the African blogosphere as seen in the latest post on the subject by Grandiose Parlor:“More on China-Africa trade.”
Sudan: should South Sudan separate?
Black Cush writes about the case for South Sudan to form a separate state, “South Sudan has the most untapped resource, in both human and natural. The vast oil reserves in the South could give its economy might that can rival South Africa in growth. There are also other minerals...
A First Round-Up of the Sudanese Blogosphere
Today in the Sudanese blogosphere, we notice a variety of opinions on different topics. Black Kush from South Sudan has 2 posts entitled “How Egypt is woeing South Sudan” where you’ll find an interesting exchange between him and an Egyptian. It was no surprise when the news came out that...
Sudan: Janjaweed identity
An aid worker in Sudan blogs about Janjaweed identity in Darfur.
Sudan: save Darfur
Soldier of Africa, who blogs from Darfur, posts a video made by American school kids, Save Darfur.
Sudan: UN peacekeeper in Darfur
A South African peacekeeper and blogger in Darfur responds to questions from Sudan Watch : Question: How can you tell who is a bandit and who is a janjaweed? Answer: I wish I knew. The one is politically motivated and the other is not.