Members of the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement arrive at the rally in Juba, as South Sudan prepares for its independence. (UN Photo/Paul Banks)
After two years of independence, is it progress or paralysis for South Sudan? Economically it suffers as oil continues to fuel conflict with Sudan. Internally, nearly 90 per cent of its people live on less than $1 a day, violence between tribes continues & malnutrition persists. Some have labeled South Sudan a failed state. But can that be changed? With 72 per cent of the population under 30, is it up to the youth to chart the course for their homeland’s future? Join the conversation at 1930GMT.