A Day in Ramadan in Sudan

The tradition of hospitality is of utmost importance in Sudan, particularly in the blessed month of Ramadan. Communal breakfast Iftar is a continual tradition among all Sudanese regardless of ethnic background or region. Preparations for…

Are You a Hard Worker or a Workaholic?

Occupations have become an integral part of personal identity for many millennials and are seen as essential for wellbeing. It's safe to say that most of us have integrity and want to excel at our jobs, but at what point does our healthy…

Sudanese Cinnamon Tea

Under the pulsing noonday sun, Tea Ladies line the streets of Sudan. They soak up what little shade they can find. Water simmers over charcoal stoves. They swirl a mishmash of ingredients through the steam, into the pot. You can pick…

Perceptions

I don't think we're lazy just because our living rooms are littered with angaraibs our dreams are as lively as the colours interwoven in them our backs are as bent as the curves shaped in them our feet stand grounded as…

Dealing With a Shrinking Salary

Nowadays, it can only take a couple of months for the value of your salary to drastically reduce.  Just a few months ago 20-50 SDG could buy you a pretty decent meal but now sandwiches start at about 50 SDG and a meal could cost you…

The Benefits Of Hibiscus ‘Karkade’

The hibiscus tea is a herbal tea which is made from the sepals of the hibiscus flower, whose scientific name is Hibiscus sabdariffa. This tea is quite popular in the countries of Egypt, Sudan, Latin America, United States and Trinidad and…