Sudan Today electronic newspaper has celebrated last Thursday its first anniversary. The ceremony took place at the Creatively Salon for Culture and Development in Omdurman amid distinguished presence of media figures especially those concerned on English journalism.
Khartoum Today , which was launched on 6th April 2020, is considered the first English electronic newspaper issued from inside Sudan.
Prominent journalist Al-Samawal Badwa said, while addressing the ceremony, that Khartoum Today represents a qualitative addition to press in general and to Sudanese English press in particular following overthrowing the dictatorship of Al-Bashir and the openness the country is witnessing.
Khartoum Today, Editor-in-Chief, Mohammed Ali Fazari said that the paper aimed at presenting a model for free and independent press, pointing out that the paper is not bias to any party.
He added that they managed to overcome the challenges by the confidence and teamwork they adapted since its establishment.
The attendees hailed the experience of Khartoum Today especially during the period of COVID-19 pandemic and the lock-down, along with their remarks and recommendations to improve the performance of the paper.