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South Sudan

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South Sudan

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Quick Facts
Capital Juba
Government Federal Presidential Democratic Republic
Currency Sudanese Pound (SDG)
Area total: 619,745 km2
Population 7,500,000–9,700,000 (2006 est.)
Language English (official), Juba Arabic (official), Dinka, others
Religion Christianity, indigenous beliefs 25%, Islam
Country code +249
Time Zone GMT+3

South Sudan is a country in East Africa. Formerly a breakaway region of Sudan, it became an independent country on 9 July 2011 after a referendum was held in January that year.

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English and Arabic (Juba Arabic) are the official languages of South Sudan; however, Dinka is the most widely spoken language.

Get in

By plane

There are currently no direct commercial flights from outside Africa. So, changing planes is necessary; most airlines flying into Juba depart from Cairo (Egypt), Entebbe (Uganda) or Nairobi (Kenya) to/from where you should be able to manage flights to Europe, Asia or the Americas.

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Do

  • River Tours by swamp boat operated by Bahr El Jebel Safaris[1].

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