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  • Apr 11, 2012
  • 04:48 PM

South Sudan: Is Arabic Language a Bouncing Ball About to Take Its Place Amongst Local Languages?

Emmanuel Monychol /
..It means that Arabic language, whether it is Africanized or pure still has a room in South Sudan, since South Sudanese are Sudanese, who have been influenced over the years by Arab cultural heritage, a Sudanese culture amidst other African cultures and languages in the South. Although Arabic language has been chucked out in the constitution, it still hangs over us like a bouncing ball about to fall down and takes its place.

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