Will Ross Africa editor, BBC World Service
Sudan’s prime minister has replaced seven key ministers after protests over the slow pace of reform following the overthrow of Omar al-Bashir as president last year.
Abdalla Hamdok dismissed the health minister and accepted the resignations of the six others – including those in charge of finance, foreign affairs, and energy, the government said.
Correspondents say the Sudanese economy was already in a crisis before the impact of the coronavirus so the new finance minister faces a daunting task amid worsening food and fuel shortages.
On Sunday Mr Hamdok – who heads a power-sharing interim government with the military – replaced the police chief and his deputy.