Sudan Hit by Protests Against Price Hikes

Sudanese residents are taking to the streets of various cities to protest price hikes. In early January, the country's markets were hit by government financial measures, including increased levies and taxes imposed on traders and citizens. The prices of consumer goods immediately doubled or even tripled.



  • Sudan:  Protests Over Price Hikes Continue

    Radio Dabanga, 21 January 2018

    On Friday, demonstrations against the huge price hikes continued in the Sudanese capital for the fourth day in a row. Protests were also reported in Rabak, the capital of White… Read more »

Protests on January 17, 2018 in Omdurman against the price hikes.

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