South Sudan Wikipedia

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South Sudan includes the vast swamp region of the Sudd formed by the White Nile, locally called the Bahr al Jabal. History. What is now South Sudan was once part of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. This part of the British Empire became the Republic of Sudan when independence was achieved in 1956. After the First Sudanese Civil War, the Southern Sudan ....

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South Sudan national football team - Wikipedia.

The South Sudan national football team represents South Sudan in international football and is controlled by the South Sudan Football Association, the governing body for football in South Sudan.. The majority of the squad is usually derived from either the domestics South Sudan Football Championship and South Sudan Premier League, or various clubs in the Australian ....

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Religion in South Sudan - Wikipedia.

There are conflicting reports as to the religious beliefs in South Sudan, though all agree that the three main religions are traditional African religions, Christianity and Islam.President Salva Kiir, a Catholic, while speaking at Saint Theresa Cathedral in Juba, stated that South Sudan would be a nation which respects freedom of religion. The reported estimated relative proportions of ....

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Economy of South Sudan - Wikipedia.

South Sudan became the world's newest country and Africa's 55th nation in July 9, 2011. The conflict which started in December 2013 and July 2016 undermined the development achieved since the independence which has made the Humanitarian work situation hard, as such, South Sudan is facing economy stagnation and instability in 10 years after the independence, poverty ....

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Flag of South Sudan - Wikipedia.

The flag of South Sudan was adopted following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement that ended the Second Sudanese Civil War. A similar version of the flag was previously used as the flag of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement.The flag of South Sudan is older than the country itself, as the flag was adopted in 2005, while the country became independent in ....

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Catholic University of South Sudan - Wikipedia.

The Catholic University of South Sudan (abbreviated as CUofSS for short) is a university located in South Sudan.CUofSS consists of two campuses; one in the capital of Juba, while the other is located in the city of Wau.The university is fairly new as it was established and operating since 2008. However, the university was founded approximately three years before the independence ....

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List of rivers of South Africa - Wikipedia.

This is a list of rivers in South Africa.. It is quite common to find the Afrikaans word -rivier as part of the name. Another common suffix is "-kamma", from the Khoisan term for "river" (often tautologically the English term "river" is added to the name).The Zulu word amanzi (water) also forms part of some river names.. The Afrikaans term spruit (compare spring) often labels small ....

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Sudan (region) - Wikipedia.

Sudan is the geographical region to the south of the Sahara, stretching from Western Africa to Central and Eastern Africa.The name derives from the Arabic bilad as-sudan (???? ???????), or "the lands of the Blacks", referring to West Africa and northern Central Africa.. Historically, the name was understood to denote the western part of the Sahel region..

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South Sudan People's Defence Forces - Wikipedia.

The South Sudan People's Defence Forces (SSPDF), formerly the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA), is the army of the Republic of South Sudan.The SPLA was founded as a guerrilla movement against the government of Sudan in 1983 and was a key participant of the Second Sudanese Civil War, led by John Garang.After Garang's death in 2005, Salva Kiir was named the ....

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Flag of South Africa - Wikipedia.

Republic of South Africa; Use: Civil and state flag, civil and state ensign: Proportion: 2:3: Adopted: 27 April 1994: Design: a horizontal bicolour of red and blue with a black isosceles triangle based on the hoist-side and a green pall, a central green band that splits into a horizontal Y, centred over the partition lines and was edged in both white against the red and the blue bands and ....

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List of banks in South Sudan - Wikipedia.

This is a list of commercial banks in South Sudan. African National Bank Afriland First Bank South Sudan Agricultural Bank of South Sudan Buffalo Commercial Bank Charter One Bank South Sudan Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (South Sudan) Cooperative Bank of ....

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National anthem of South Africa - Wikipedia.

The National Anthem of South Africa was adopted in 1997 and is a hybrid song combining new English lyrics with extracts of the 19th century hymn "Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika" (English: "God Bless Africa", lit. '"Lord Bless Africa"') and the Afrikaans song "Die Stem van Suid-Afrika" (English: "The Voice of South Africa"), which was used as the South African national anthem during the ....

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Supreme - Wikipedia.

Supreme may refer to: . Entertainment. Supreme (character), a comic book superhero Supreme, a 2016 Telugu film; Supreme (producer), hip-hop record producer "Supreme" (song), a 2000 song by Robbie Williams The Supremes, Motown-era singer group; Supreme Pictures Corporation, 1930s film company; Other. Supreme (brand), a clothing brand based in New York Supreme (cookery), ....

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Malakal - Wikipedia.

Geography. The city of Malakal is located along the White Nile, in upper Nile state, South Sudan, close to the International borders with the Republic of Sudan and with Ethiopia. The town is located on the banks of the White Nile, just north of its confluence with the Sobat River.. This location lies approximately 650 kilometres (400 mi), by road, directly north of Juba, the capital ....

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List of supermarket chains in Africa - Wikipedia.

South Sudan. JIT Mart - Juba Town (Mega) Branch and Yei Road Branch. Biggest Supermarket Chain in South Sudan; Uchumi Supermarkets - In development; Phoenicia Supermarket; VAMP Supermarket; Amen Supermarket; AFRI General Trading Ltd (AFRI Shopping Centre) Eswatini. OK; Shoprite; Pick 'n Pay;.

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Hilal - Wikipedia.

Arts and entertainment. Al Hilal, a 1935 Urdu/Hindi costume drama film; Al Hilal, a 1958 Urdu/Hindi Bollywood film costume drama film; Al-Hilal, a weekly Urdu newspaper 1912-1914; Al-Hilal, a monthly Egyptian cultural and literature magazine; Businesses and organizations. Al Hilal Bank, an Islamic bank in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Al-Hilal Stadium, a multi-use ....

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Regions of Ethiopia - Wikipedia.

The South West Ethiopia Region was created on 23 November 2021 following a successful referendum earlier that year. The new region was split off from the SNNPR and consisted of Keffa, Sheka, Bench Sheko, Dawro, and West Omo Zones, along with Konta special district. See also. List of governors of the Regions of Ethiopia.

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