Yup, braided fish! It was new to me, too: thin fish from a nearby river artfully woven into long braids and sold in the outdoor marketplace in Rumbek town. Take a look:
This market also sold fruit imported from Uganda and Kenya. Despite Sudan's tropical climate, it is hard to find fresh fruit in the South. Perhaps that is the legacy of war, or simply the difficulty of transport. At any rate, vendors in Rumbek town were charging $7.00 US dollars (an impossible amount for local residents) for a travel-bruised pineapple. No one was buying. At least the dried fish would not spoil!