To register a company in South Sudan, you will need to follow the legal procedures and requirements set by the government. Here is a general overview of the company registration process in South Sudan:

  1. Choose a Business Name: Select a unique name for your company that is not already in use by another registered business in South Sudan.
  2. Memorandum and Articles of Association: Prepare the Memorandum and Articles of Association, which outline the objectives, structure, and rules of your company. These documents should comply with the Companies Act of South Sudan.
  3. Shareholders and Directors: Determine the shareholders and directors of your company. South Sudan requires at least two shareholders and two directors for private companies.
  4. Registered Office: Establish a registered office address in South Sudan where official documents and communications can be delivered.
  5. Business Registration Form: Complete the official business registration form, which can be obtained from the Ministry of Justice or the relevant authority responsible for company registration.
  6. Supporting Documents: Prepare the necessary supporting documents, including:a. Copy of the Memorandum and Articles of Association. b. Copy of the identification documents (passport or national ID) of shareholders and directors. c. Proof of the registered office address. d. Any additional documents required by the registration authority.
  7. Pay Fees: Pay the required registration fees at the designated bank or payment center. The fees may vary depending on the type and size of your company.
  8. Submission: Submit the completed registration form and supporting documents to the appropriate authority. In South Sudan, the Ministry of Justice is responsible for company registration.
  9. Verification and Approval: The registration authority will review your application and documents for compliance. If everything is in order, they will issue a Certificate of Incorporation.
  10. Tax Registration: Register for taxation purposes with the South Sudan Revenue Authority (SSRA) to obtain a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN).

It’s important to note that the specific registration process and requirements may vary, and it’s recommended to consult with a legal professional or business advisor in South Sudan to ensure compliance with the latest regulations.