Ten most influential people in South SudanBy MACHEL AMOS in Juba | Monday, July 9 2012 at 17:16
South Sudan just celebrated its first indepedence anniversary, Monday July 9, after it separated from Sudan last year.
Over the period, a lot has happened: Some quarrels with the Sudan over oil, currencies and boundaries. Construction is also booming with new institutions popping up in Juba. On the flipside, rebels and tribal outfits also want a share fo the national cake, complicating the national equation.
There is also the country's on-going public show featuring suspected corruption officials, who recently received letter from President Salva Kiir, has become a major hit.
These, among others, are incidents shaped by the different actors starring in the country's social, political and economic fronts.
As the country celebrated its first anniversary, we put pen to paper and here is the list of what we are calling Africa Review's list of most influential South Sudanese:
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