Helen Zari serves White Bull Beer at the Queen Sheba bar in Juba, southern Sudan.
Credit: Trevor Snapp

  • Helen Zari serves White Bull Beer at the Queen Sheba bar in Juba, southern Sudan.
    Credit: Trevor Snapp
  • White Bull beer in a bar in Juba, southern Sudan.
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  • Kjairi Jould, a member of the Bari tribe, drinks White Bull beer in Juba.
  • The beer brewing factory in Juba, southern Sudan built by the South African firm SABMiller produces the region's first beer since the 2005 peace agreement.
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  • SABMiller's brewing factory in Juba, southern Sudan, is one of the biggest investments in the area since the 2005 peace agreement.
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  • A factory worker rolls out crates of beer for delivery across the territory of southern Sudan, which is the size of Texas.
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  • Ian Alsworth-Elvey, the managing director of SABMiller's White Bull Beer brewing factory in Juba, southern Sudan.
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  • A neighborhood in Juba near the White Bull beer brewing factory in southern Sudan.
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  • Children play in a neighborhood that sprang up near the White Bull brewing factory in the fast-growing city of Juba.
    Credit: Trevor Snapp

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