Africa 54: Sudan’s War Impact On Residents, US Debt Ceiling Talks
Since the break out of fighting in Sudan, residents in the capital Khartoum are enduring food shortages, electrical outages and constant fear. Negotiations between the Biden administration and lawmakers in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives over the government’s debt limit resumed Wednesday, despite complaints by Republicans about a "lack of urgency" from the White House. And, a South African-based Agritech firm is using Artificial Intelligence to help farmers grade their produce and target the right buyer. Analysts say introducing A.I. technologies into agriculture is a game-changer.