The Republic of South Africa has three capitals:Pretoria, often treated as the single capital, is home to the executive branch of government (including the President).Cape Town is home to the Assembly and the Supreme Court is located in Bloemfontein.Although Johannesburg is the commercial center of the country, is not actually one of the capital cities.Pre - 1994, South Africa was divided into four provinces: Transvaal where Pretoria is located; Orange Free State, Bloemfontein; Cape where Cape Town is located. Natal was the only province without a capital city, Durban being the major city and the largest and busiest seaport in South Africa.South Africa has three (3) capitals. This was instituted in order to placate the three different separate states that would merge to form the Republic of South Africa (The Cape Colony, The Orange Free State, and the Boer Republic (a.k.a. Transvaal)).The three capitals are:Cape Town - LegislativeBloemfontein - JudiciaryPretoria - Administrative
South Sudan is country code 211.(The plus sign means insert your international access prefix here. From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
The broad answer to that question is that Sudan and its southern half just dont have enough in common. For instance, the north is primarily Arabic in culture, whereas the south is tribal black animists.
Korea was persuaded by Russia to become a communist country yet some parts of korea did not agree with this form of government so they started a entire war they ended up becoming seperate countries afterwards