South sudan

Prayer times in South sudan

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Payer Times for Cities in South sudan

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04:3205:4812:0715:3118:2519:36
05:3106:4613:0016:2519:1320:24
04:3405:4812:0015:2518:1119:21
04:2405:4111:5915:2418:1819:30
04:4205:5712:0815:3318:1919:30
04:3805:5312:0715:3218:2219:32
04:3105:4511:5615:2118:0619:17
04:4305:5812:1415:3918:3019:41
04:4706:0212:1215:3818:2319:34
04:3905:5312:0315:2918:1319:24

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About South sudan

South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, emerged as the world's youngest sovereign state when it declared independence from Sudan in 2011. It nestles in East-Central Africa and is landlocked, with a sprawling area of 619,745 square kilometers. The vibrant city of Juba serves as the capital and the largest city of this infant country. South Sudan is a melting pot of cultural diversity, housing an ethnically varied population of approximately 11 million people. The country is a colorful mosaic of over 60 distinct major ethnic groups. Reflecting its past as a British colony, the official language is English, although numerous indigenous languages echo through its bustling markets and fertile plains. The richness of the land is undeniable, teeming with abundant natural resources. From the oil fields in the South to gold, silver, and iron ore deposits scattered throughout, the country has immense potential. Vast areas of fertile, well-irrigated land accentuate its agricultural capability. However, these resources lie dormant due to the relentless cycle of conflict and political instability that plagues the country. The White Nile, a significant tributary of the Nile, courses through the land, further enhancing its agricultural and hydroelectric prospects. However, the nation's wealth contrasts sharply with the poverty of its people. Despite being resource-rich, South Sudan is among the poorest countries globally. The majority of its population remains dependent on subsistence farming, striving daily to carve out a living from the land. Yet, the people of South Sudan hold an unyielding spirit of resilience and hope for a peaceful and prosperous future.