Alongside the fighting in Sudan, there’s a battle of narratives while grassroots are pushing information out. Plus, the rise of racist rhetoric in Tunisia.
The Sudanese capital, Khartoum, looks like a war zone these days, as two generals and their armies fight for control of one country. Both are pushing their narratives on social media and jostling for command of the state-run airwaves.
Declan Walsh – Chief Africa correspondent, The New York Times
Matthew Benson – Sudan research director, London School of Economics
Yassmin Abdel-Magied – Author, Talking About A Revolution
Hager Ali – Research fellow, German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA)
Dallia Mohammed Abdelmoneim – Sudanese activist
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Monia Ben Hamadi – Editor-in-chief, Inkyfada
Reem Garfi – Anti-racism activist
Amine Snoussi – Journalist and political analyst