Sign in English in South Sudan
English, which was introduced in the region during the colonial era (see Anglo-Egyptian Sudan) is the country's official language. There are over 60 indigenous languages in South Sudan. The indigenous languages with the most speakers are Dinka, Nuer, Bari and Zande. In the capital city, an Arabic pidgin known as Juba Arabic is used by several thousand people.
External links 
- Soudan du Sud - Linguistic situation in South Sudan by Aménagement linguistic dans le monde