Sudan needs English to build bridges between North and South

Last week the population of South Sudan went to the polls to decide whether to separate from the North, potentially becoming Africa’s newest country. The people and politicians of the South have been building up to this moment since the Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed in 2005, ending decades of civil war. Guardian, 11 January, 2011. Read more…

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