The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) project is still having issues with all three parties involved (Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia) still yet to come to a conclusion on way to settle their dilemma.
However, in a interview with the BBC, Egypt Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli has reaffirmed that Cairo is … Read More
Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia failed to achieve a breakthrough in the African Union-led talks to revolve their years-long dispute over the controversial dam that Ethiopia is building on the Blue Nile, the three countries announced on Sunday.
Foreign and irrigation ministers of the three nations met online for the second … Read More
Over the weekend, all three countries resume talk on the nile mega dam negotiation.
So far, all three countries are yet to agree a deal but it is believed that the team, will put “a frame of reference” on the role of experts to facilitate the talks, and will submit … Read More
Sudan government has announced that the GERD negotiation has resumed after a meeting was held.
According to the press release, “Negotiations on the Filling and Operations of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), resumed on Monday the 10th of August, at the invitation of the African Union; in attendance are … Read More
Governor of Nahr El-Neil state in Sudan has halt all projects under the state government.
According to Governor Amna Ahmed Al-Mekki, the state want to review all projects and programs that are meant to kick-off this year under their jurisdiction.
She issues the directive during a meeting held at the … Read More
The unending negotiation battle between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over the Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam (GERD) should be resolved at the African Union (AU).
So far, the three countries have made major progress on the dispute in talks mediated by the African Union; and they have agreed to continue negotiating … Read More
GERD – Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is a controversial dam between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan. This mega project is the subject of international deliberations. The United States and other countries are acting as observers and/ or arbitrators as Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan agree on the comprehensive filling and operation of … Read More
The continue war over the 145-metre-high, 1.8-kilometre-long Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) between Ethiopia and Egypt is set to continue with both parties still yet to agree on technical term as Sudan is cut in the middle.
When completed, the Dam will become the largest hydropower plant in Africa. With … Read More
Sudan Government has rejects Ethiopia’s first proposal for the renaissances dam project. The proposal was reject after Sudan Prime Minister Abadalla Hamdok instead called for a tripartite agreement between Khartoum, Addis Ababa and Cairo.
The rejection from Sudan now means that there can’t be any deal that may sideline Egypt, … Read More
After the agreement between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia, Sudan PM review details with negotiating team
Over the past couple of months, all three-nation involved in the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam has been in a serious negotiation over the dam construction. After the agreement during the last meeting held in united … Read More
The long awaited decision on the GRED issues has finally been stroke.
The round of talks on Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam(GERD) held in Washington, US , during February 12-13 with participation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Irrigation of Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia, was concluded and issued a joint statement.… Read More
Egypt and Sudan will to begin the project to link both national grids.
The project which is expected to operate at a total capacity of 50MW and further rise to a total capacity of 240MW by the end of this year.
Sudan has offered USD20 million of the USD31.74 million … Read More
Siemens completes Toshka Electricity substation that will dispatch around 4000 MW of electricity in Egypt.
Siemens has completed the construction of the new Toshka Electrical Substation in Egypt. The new 220kv Air-Insulated Substation (AIS) will dispatch around 4000MW of electricity to secure reliable power transmission. It will also help to … Read More
The value of Sudanese pound increases for the first time after devaluation.
According to bankers, the Sudanese pound have gained weight as it now values at 46.95 to the US dollar. This is the first rise since the devaluation of the Sudanese national currency. The devaluation is a new strategy … Read More
The Finnish telecommunications and technology company, Nokia, has partnered with Sudanese telecom and Internet firm, Sudatel.
Both companies aim to deliver ultra-broadband services to Sudan. Hence, the trial of Nokia 4.5G Pro, Nokia 4.9G, and 5G mobile technologies.
The joint venture will also introduce Nokia’s fixed fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) portfolio, initially … Read More
Ethiopia’s PM vows to give Egypt there share of the Nile waters inline with the agreement earlier on.
Prime Minister of Ethiopia promises that Ethiopia will not reduce Egypt’s share of Nile waters as plans to complete the Africa’s largest hydroelectric dam is ongoing .
The PM in a statement … Read More
Egypt President Sisi said there is no conspiracy against Sudan and has no plan to fight in reference to the rising tension.
Relations have deteriorated in recent weeks, including over a Sudan-Turkey naval agreement that angered Cairo and an ongoing dispute over a dam Ethiopia is building on the Nile … Read More
Mr Beleke says Ethiopia does not need anyone’s permission to benefit from its natural resources.
Ethiopian minister of water, electricity and irrigation, Seleshi Bekele, after a meeting (between countries that share the Nile) which ended without an agreement, said despite warnings from Egypt it would continue with the construction of … Read More