Sudan – 18 March 2016

Sudan threatens to shut South Sudan border

Sudan on Thursday threatened to shut its border with South Sudan just weeks after reopening crossings, accusing Juba of backing insurgents battling Khartoum.

South Sudan split from Sudan in 2011 under a peace deal that ended a 22-year civil war, but Juba and Khartoum have traded allegations the other is supporting rebels on their territory, which both deny.



Sudan invites Malaysian investors to top livestock sector

The Sudanese government, looking to enhance and expand bilateral relations with Malaysia, is inviting Malaysian investors to look at the business potential in the country especially in the livestock and tourism industry.

Its Ambassador to Malaysia, Khalid Abdelgadir Shukri, said that currently the volume of trade and investment between the two countries is still small with the enormous potential yet to be fully tapped.

The Star Online