Southern Sudan has unveiled plans to remake its capital cities in the shapes found on their state flags

August 2010- Source: The Globe & Mail

Southern Sudan has unveiled plans to remake its capital cities in the shapes found on their state flags- costing $10 billion. The plan is to transform two state capitals into the shapes of a giraffe and pineapple. Juba, the capital of Southern Sudan, is to be reshaped into a compact rhino with two pointy horns and be renamed Rhino City. Others disagree with the idea as people of Sudan should first think about putting money into basic services like health care & water.