The working-class history of the Republic of the Sudan

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Sudanese workers threaten to hold a general strike
ArabicNews, 11 December 1998. The general federation for workers in Sudan has threatened to hold a general strike if the government refuses to increase salaries. The federation’s chairman, Taj al-Serr Abdoun, said, they sought an increase in both the private and public sectors.
Saudi-owned Islamic bank employees strike in Sudan
AFP, 29 April 2000. Strikers are demanding a pay rise of up to 100 pct as well as the removal of three deputy bank managers and additional allowances. The protest might turn into an open strike if the management of did not respond to the demands. The bank that a strike would be illegal because the stages of negotiation and arbitration were not finished.
Decision to Restrict Service Women in Sudan Backfires
Panafrican News Agency, 7 September 2000. A decision by the governor of Khartoum State barring women from certain occupations he considered harmful to the dignity of women and a breaching of the teachings of the Islamic religion, has been greeted with a storm of fury from workers, trade unions and human rights groups in Sudan.
Mail Accumulates As Post Strike Enters Second Day
Panafrican News Agency, 14 November 2000. Panafrican News Agency, 14 November 2000. The Sudanese Post and Telegraph trade union Monday declared a three-day strike to press demands for the payment of salary arrears and increments.
Comrade Abdel Wahab Sinada, President of FSPITU of Sudan and member of WFTU General Council is no more
World Federation of Trade Unions, press release, 1 August 2001. Abdul Wahab Sinada, President of the Federation of Sudanese Professionals’ and Technicians’ Trade Union (FSPTTU) as well as a dedicated fighter for human rights and social progress died on Monday, 30 July 2001. He joined the Sudanese Communist Party in 1949 and was fully engaged in the struggle for national independence, democracy and social progress and was a prominent organiser and leader of the trade union movement as well as the movement for democratic rights and liberties.
Salary increase in Sudan the Workers
ArabicNews, 6 November 2002. The chairman of Sudan's workers federation Ibrahim Ghandour said the Trade Unions in Sudan and the ministry of finance have agreed to increased wages (brief).