National flag of South Sudan

The official name of South Sudan (SSD) is Republic of South Sudan and consists of Black, red, green, blue, yellow and white flag colors. The capital city of South Sudan is Juba. South Sudan has the total estimated population as of 2020 is 11,384,393 or 11.4 M based on 22 states, 17 cities. The independence day is celebrated on July 9, 2011 and the founder of South Sudan is John Garang.

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About South Sudan Flag

South Sudan flag
South Sudan Flag Colors   Black
  Blue
  Green
  Red
  White
  Yellow
Meaning of South Sudan flag colors

This flag was adopted fourteen years ago and has a variety of colors, each color representing something different. Black: The people of Sudan. Red: The lives lost while fighting for freedom. Green: The country’s rich agriculture. White: The peace they got after the long-fought Sudanese civil war Blue: River Nile, which runs through the country. Gold: Unity of the country’s citizens

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Proportion (decimals) 2.0
Flag Adoption Date July 9, 2005

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Provinces/States (22)

Cities (17)

Airports (46)

Neighboring Countries of South Sudan

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kenya

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