South Sudan is a landlocked country in east central Africa. The Republic of South Sudan became independent from Sudan on 9 July 2011 after a referendum in January that year, which was secured as part of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement
The total area of the country is about 619,745 square kilometres
The country is landlocked and bounded by Sudan to the north, Ethiopia to the east, Uganda and Kenya to the southeast, Democratic Republic of Congo to the southwest and Central African Republic to the west.
Equatorial climate with high humidity and lots of rainfall. The rainy season varies but is generally between April and November. Temperatures are moderate but vary depending on the season.
Water Resources: The River Nile is the dominant geographic feature in South Sudan, flowing across the country. South Sudan is home to the world’s largest swamp, the Sudd, which covers a total area of 30,000 square kilometres.
Information about South Sudan has been summarized to include the following
Southern Sudan General Information
South Sudan National Anthem
President of Republic of South Sudan since independence
Background and Geography of South Sudan
Development Partners of South Sudan
Double Taxation Treaties in South Sudan
Exports of South Sudan
International Trade Agreements of South Sudan
Investment Authority of South Sudan
Investment Guarantees in South Sudan
Investment Incentives in South Sudan
Investment opportunities in South Sudan
Membership of International organizations of South Sudan
Natural Resources of South Sudan
Population and Health of South Sudan
Trading Partners of South Sudan
Vision of South Sudan 2040
South Sudan Vision 2040