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#Pineapple

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Poll: Is pineapple on a pizza ever okay?

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The Burning Question*: Should pineapple ever go on a pizza?

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FANCY LIVING in a town shaped like a giant pineapple? What about a giraffe – or a rhino?

Well then book a ticket to Sudan because you’re in luck.

The Sundanese government has admitted to being in talks with investors about reconstructing towns to resemble shapes found on their state flags – toying with the idea of reconstructing its cities look like animals and fruit.

Sudan has been ravaged by over two decades of civil war and, although the country has sizable oil deposits, the Sudanese people suffer from hunger and poverty.

The price placed on the project is an estimated $10bn.

It has been proposed that the capital of Southern Sudan, Juba, be reshaped to resemble a rhino. It would be renamed “Rhino City”.

However, unlike some countries that have taken on ambitious construction projects – for example Dubai’s coastal palm-shaped islands – Southern Sudan still lacks basic infrastructure. Outside of Juba buildings, apart from mud huts, are rare.

According to the UN, more than 90% of Southern Sudan lives on less than $1 (0.77c) a day.