JUBA (AFP) - Newly independent South Sudan will change the language of schooling to English this year, shrugging off decades of Arabic imposed from the north, the government announced on Wednesday. The new nations parliament passed the Higher and General Education Bill late Tuesday that all education from primary level will be taught in English. This new year, we are teaching our national languages at the pre-school and the rest of the instructions, mathematics or science, all in English, theres no Arabic. Well have Arabic only as a language as a subject, Information Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin told reporters.